Mar 17, 2015

Sabriye Tenberken - Revisited

SabriyePic.jpgThis week we revisit our conversation with Sabriye Tenberken - a woman who gives new meaning to activism and inspiration. Born in Cologne, Germany, she became blind at age 12. A trip to Tibet as a young adult was life-changing. Sabriye, along with Paul Kronenberg, founded Braille Without Borders, a world-wide organization that creates training programs and Braille book printing houses. The two are also the co-directors and co-founders of Kanthari, an international institute for social visionaries based in Kerala, South India.

Sandi Klein's Conversations with Creative Women returns with an all new show next Tuesday.

Oct 28, 2014

Shelley Bernstein

Bernstein.jpgMeet Shelley Bernstein, Vice Director of Digital Engagement and Technology at the Brooklyn Museum. She and her staff are expanding the 187 year old Museum's community-oriented mission through digital projects. The newest initiative, part of the Bloomberg Connects Program, will have staff members stationed at a hub using an app to field questions from visitors (in real time) as they move through the galleries. It's fascinating, exciting and cutting edge....and you can hear all about it.

Sep 23, 2014

Rebroadcast - Anna Cummins

Anna1.jpegBottle.jpgMost of what we eat, drink, use every day of our lives comes packaged in petroleum plastic, which is designed to last forever. Only a paltry 5% of the plastics produced is recovered... a fact certainly not lost on the 5 Gyres Institute, which researches plastic pollution across the world's oceans, while engaging communities in finding solutions. You can't afford to miss this conversation with Anna Cummins, the group's Executive Director and co-founder.

Sep 2, 2014

Jane Curley

janecurley.jpgArt is Jane Curley's passion. It's also her profession. She has a PhD in Art History from Yale and works as an independent curator specializing in the art of illustration. Jane's worked with the Carle Museum of Picture Book Art in Amherst, Mass., and is the guest curator for a special exhibit at the New York Historical Society marking the 75th anniversary of the classic children's book, "Madeline," brought to life by author/illustrator Ludwig Bemelsman.

Jul 29, 2014

Lorraine Rodriguez Reyes

LorraineReyes.jpgActress/Producer Lorraine Rodriguez Reyes has a lot to talk about: growing up in the Bronx, getting her MFA from Harvard, spending a semester at the Moscow Art Theatre Institute for Advanced Theatre Training, auditioning, performing and landing roles on stage, television and film, including "Mami Confessions," her one-woman show. Tune in to hear her tell-it-like-it is tale of 'making' it as a performer.

Jul 1, 2014

Bitsy’s Brain Food

Bitsy.jpgHealthy bodies and healthy minds are connected, and learning to eat smart should be fun. Those two simple beliefs are behind Bitsy's Brainfood.... brain child of Alex Buckley Voris and Maggie Jones Patton. There's nothing artificial in their alphabet-shaped treats for kids made with real fruits and vegetables and packed with vitamins and Omega-3. Their website ( features interactive games and characters designed to promote good health, as well as nutritious recipes for the whole family.

Apr 22, 2014

Dr. Lee Quinby

LeeQuinby10Y-1.jpgDr. Lee Quinby's academic career spans more than 30 years. An expert in apocalyptic and millennial belief in American society, she's an author, editor and filmmaker. The 2012 documentary, True Delta, which she wrote, co-directed and produced, focuses on aging blues musicians in the Mississippi Delta in the hope that, "as one generation passes on, another carries on."

Feb 11, 2014

Nancy Giles

Nancy Giles is opinionated...and that's a good thing. The actress, comedienne, voice over artist has been sharing her 'take on life' since 2002 when she joined CBS Sunday Morning as a commentator/contributor. Nancy's views, cutting and comedic have garnered her an Emmy and two "Gracie" Awards from American Women in Radio and Television/Alliance for Women in Media. No topic's off-limits.

Jul 30, 2013

Maureen Sullivan

Meet Maureen Sullivan, the 31-year-old Senior Vice President and General Manager of Women's Content and Lifestyle Brands at AOL. She also launched and oversees MAKERS - an unprecedented digital video and broadcast initiative that brings the stories of exceptional women to life.


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