Starting Trouble

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Synopsis

IndyRise is a boutique digital product design and development studio. We help startups and entrepreneurs bring their ideas to life by standing up the technology they need. Our work is at the intersection of User Research, User Experience Design, Product Development and Software Engineering. If you are interested in learning more, lets talk! (letstalk@indyri.se)Starting Trouble is a not-for-profit, passion project, conceptualized and delivered by IndyRise.

Episodes

  • Episode 26: Vani Krishnamurthy “Enjoy the journey rather than be too focused on the end goal”

    Episode 26: Vani Krishnamurthy “Enjoy the journey rather than be too focused on the end goal”

    04/06/2017 Duration: 37min

    Vani is passionate about enabling artists to realize their commercial potential. She founded a consulting firm for arts organizations, collaborating with clients such as Lincoln Center, World Music Institute, a host of theater and dance companies, and visual artists from around the world. Prior to this, she worked at top-tier consulting firms such as Bain & Company and The Boston Consulting Group. She holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, received a Fulbright to India to study temple art and architecture, and has a BA from the University of Pennsylvania. She lives with her husband, two daughters, and an inordinate number of crayons, markers, and paintbrushes.

  • Episode 25: Kelly Bailey My challenge was thinking that I wasn’t worthy because I was a Mom.

    Episode 25: Kelly Bailey "My challenge was thinking that I wasn’t worthy because I was a Mom."

    22/05/2017 Duration: 40min

    Mother of 3 who left a full-time job last year to work on creating a work/life balance. Professionally, I am known for relationship building and strategic planning in higher education. My passions include: supporting working mothers, reforming education for out of the box thinkers, supporting children with learning disabilities and their parents, fashion, work/life balance, healthy living, transforming the idea of career services in education, education and job opportunities for disadvantaged youth, gaining skills versus degrees, and more.

  • Episode 24: Carly Meredith Outsource when you can, don’t put it on yourself to do every last thing

    Episode 24: Carly Meredith "Outsource when you can, don’t put it on yourself to do every last thing"

    15/05/2017 Duration: 26min

    Carly is an employment attorney barred in both New Jersey and New York. She represents both employers and employees on a variety of employment-related issues including discrimination, retaliation, wage and hour, contractual matters, non-competes, and whistleblowing. She actively litigates matters in both the federal and state courts and recently helped obtain a verdict of nearly $1 million dollars in a single Plaintiff gender discrimination and retaliation case.

  • Episode 23: Renske Gosselink-Tibosch You have to trust your own gut to find your way, your balance

    Episode 23: Renske Gosselink-Tibosch "You have to trust your own gut to find your way, your balance"

    08/05/2017 Duration: 35min

    Renske Gosselink-Tibosch lives in Brooklyn with her husband and daughter Kiki (6 months). She moved from Amsterdam to New York with her husband 3 years ago. Together with two co-founders, she decided to bring something beautiful from her home country to expecting women here: Noobie Box. Noobie Box is a free gift box for moms-to-be, filled with great products, coupons and trusted information to support women through the first days, weeks and months of motherhood. Noobie Box was launched end of 2015.

  • Episode 22: Jennifer Herrera Finding a mom tribe locally in the same season of life was a struggle”

    Episode 22: Jennifer Herrera "Finding a mom tribe locally in the same season of life was a struggle”

    01/05/2017 Duration: 32min

    Jenny is the Senior Director of Strategy and Operations at ProjectEd, a mission-driven consulting group focused on making education products and services better. Her expansive knowledge of literacy and pedagogy is paired with her natural talent for interpersonal connection, a combo that makes her an indispensable partner for anyone looking to think deeply about the classroom. Previously, Jenny worked in professional services for a large EdTech company and in public school classrooms as a teacher and Literacy Coach.

  • Episode 21: Jennifer Stringer Parenting can be shared equally if fathers get equal paternity leave

    Episode 21: Jennifer Stringer "Parenting can be shared equally if fathers get equal paternity leave"

    24/04/2017 Duration: 42min

    At CarrotNewYork, Jennifer develops new client relationships with non-profits and corporations, develops agency strategy and vision, and oversees creative education program development. Before joining the executive management team at CNY, she held a variety of roles in education including classroom teacher, educational technology director, and has served as a consultant for educational technology companies and learning organizations. Jennifer was born and raised in Dallas, TX and moved to New York 5 years ago with her husband. They are now raising their 18-month-old daughter in Brooklyn, with frequent flights back home for Tex-Mex, margaritas, and family.

  • Pitch: #MomsWhoWork  #StartingTrouble at the Jersey City Tech Meetup, April 19, 2017

    Pitch: #MomsWhoWork & #StartingTrouble at the Jersey City Tech Meetup, April 19, 2017

    20/04/2017 Duration: 12min

    I had the opportunity to pitch #StartingTrouble and the work we are doing to change the conversation about #MomsWhoWork at the Jersey City Tech Meetup hosted by Wylei at their awesome new HQ in downtown Jersey City on April 19, 2017. Here's the pitch.

  • Episode 20: Tiffany Spina I just want women in general to love themselves

    Episode 20: Tiffany Spina "I just want women in general to love themselves"

    17/04/2017 Duration: 37min

    "I’m just a meal prepping mama who loves fitness, wine and interior design! During the day I’m a Space Planner in Washington, DC. But I’m also a fitness and nutrition Coach with a mission to help women to love themselves by discovering their strength and confidence."

  • Episode 19: Zahra Amanpour I’ve started to embrace the open door between my personal and career

    Episode 19: Zahra Amanpour "I’ve started to embrace the open door between my personal and career"

    10/04/2017 Duration: 44min

    Zahra Amanpour opened Indiegrove (the first coworking space in Jersey City) in January 2013. Since then, the Indiegrove community has grown to over 250 members and become a hub for entrepreneurship. Indiegrove is a dynamic and inclusive community that balances comfort and professionalism. Zahra’s career has been dedicated to economic access and equality. She has an MA in Social Psychology and MBA in International Business. Zahra believes business can and should be used as a tool for empowerment, equality and happiness.

  • The Women of Starting Trouble (Season 2): Meetup Event

    The Women of Starting Trouble (Season 2): Meetup Event

    03/04/2017 Duration: 01h39min

    Starting Trouble is a podcast show about working women. Every season we cover different themes such as "Women Solopreneurs", "Women Leaders", "Moms Who Work" etc. At the end of every season we bring back the women that were interviewed to continue the conversation we started during the season. The second season of the show was about women intrapreneurs and leaders. This meetup event brought to a close some of the fantastic stories we covered this past winter.

  • Episode 18: Heather Waibel Persistence (not just passion) is key to getting what you want.

    Episode 18: Heather Waibel "Persistence (not just passion) is key to getting what you want."

    26/03/2017 Duration: 36min

    Heather Waibel is an MBA who speaks German and has traveled to over 30 countries. She was a "cigar celebrity" as the owner of Fumee, a cigar bar and media company. After an exit, she went corporate and spent half a decade doing business operations and UX project management at a Fortune 500 company. Returning to her entrepreneurial ways, she is combining her corporate experience with her 15 years of yoga practice into her next success, Welnys.

  • Episode 17: Adrian Miller The vulnerabilities as you  your parents age are more wrenching.

    Episode 17: Adrian Miller "The vulnerabilities as you & your parents age are more wrenching."

    13/03/2017 Duration: 53min

    Adrian Miller launched Adrian Miller Sales Training 30 years ago. She’s also a Mom of 2, avid reader (runs a book club), dedicated observer of the human condition and roams the streets with her camera at the ready, passionate movie and theater goer, passive foodie (doesn’t cook but loves to eat), married forever, world traveler (8 weeks of vacation per year), only child, committed networker and connector, writer and gym aficionado. She loves what she does and plans to start more businesses before too long.

  • Episode 16: Kate Finnefrock Autonomy, Mastery and Purpose

    Episode 16: Kate Finnefrock 'Autonomy, Mastery and Purpose'

    27/02/2017 Duration: 46min

    Kate is the personable, clear-minded and direct CEO of ProjectEd. Kate brings a career of leadership experience to bear as a woman leader of this mission-driven company. She started her career as an IT consultant for PriceWaterhouseCoopers before moving into education, where she’s spent the past 16 years creating and developing new products and teams. As Senior Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, Kate’s influence reverberated throughout Amplify, touching products and teams throughout the company.

  • Episode 15: Cynthia Parvinn Going with my gut instincts has had very positive outcomes.

    Episode 15: Cynthia Parvinn "Going with my gut instincts has had very positive outcomes."

    13/02/2017 Duration: 39min

    "Working with children is not everyone’s cup of tea, but those who are passionate, kind, patient, and have a very special kind of heart and talent can work with children and make a difference in their lives. I’m lucky to be one of those people."

  • Episode 14: Isabelle Bonneau “ I draw a lot of my energy from my own optimism”

    Episode 14: Isabelle Bonneau “ I draw a lot of my energy from my own optimism”

    30/01/2017 Duration: 38min

    Isabelle has both extensive experience in multilingual education and an extensive international business background. She started Be Lingual, a premier language program for schools and language immersion summer camp, in 2007 and has acquired broad expertise in the education industry thanks to this eight year venture. Before switching to education, Isabelle worked internationally for 8 years for a leading hospitality group and for an international finance consulting firm. She holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the Booth School of Business (University of Chicago). For her undergraduate degrees, she studied at ESCP Europe in France, the UK, and Germany and holds business degrees from the three countries.

  • Episode 13: Shirin Malkani Speak with people who remind you of what you love.

    Episode 13: Shirin Malkani "Speak with people who remind you of what you love."

    16/01/2017 Duration: 38min

    "I managed the digital content business of the National Basketball Association for six years and left in 2015 to work with an old friend on launching a kids’ re-commerce site, Girls on Greenwich. My move away from a more corporate career was fueled largely by my desire to feel organically connected to my work product and build an organization with a culture of my own making. The unexpected byproduct was finding a community of like-minded, inspiring and supportive female entrepreneurs."

  • Episode 12: Layla Tabatabaie “Learn from those who have actually done it

    Episode 12: Layla Tabatabaie “Learn from those who have actually done it"

    19/12/2016 Duration: 40min

    "I barter and trade all of the time. When I was a student in undergrad, I bartered tutoring lessons to help someone for a logic exam in exchange for coffee. The passion started at a young age. I originally went to law school, because I wanted to be a judge. I have always wanted to be an agent for helping make the world a better place, and I found entrepreneurship to be the best fit to live this value. "

  • The Women of Starting Trouble (Season 1): A Meetup Event

    The Women of Starting Trouble (Season 1): A Meetup Event

    17/12/2016 Duration: 01h29min

    December 15 Meetup event to continue the conversation we started with the first season of the show.

  • Episode 11: Swati Paranjpe: “Don’t let being a woman stop you from doing what you want to do.”

    Episode 11: Swati Paranjpe: “Don’t let being a woman stop you from doing what you want to do.”

    12/12/2016 Duration: 31min

    A graphic designer, brand strategist and a budding social entrepreneur on a quest to balance between commercially viable and strategically driven, yet soul stirring and socially responsible design practice. With the aim of creating a vibrant ecosystem that gives creative talent in this country (India) a thriving platform to flourish.

  • Episode 10: Lorelei Bookluck You naturally carve your destiny with your day to day.

    Episode 10: Lorelei Bookluck "You naturally carve your destiny with your day to day."

    05/12/2016 Duration: 25min

    Lost Lorelei is a fashion label that celebrates life in the outback and by the sea. www.lostlorelei.com

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