Impactful Problem Solving with Shazia Khan of EcoEnergy
“We sat down to solve this problem in the same way that you sit down to solve any problem. And even though it’s a big problem, it’s not unsolvable. Why not place our time and effort and our brainpower on something really important? How do we provide people with something life-changing and impactful?” – Shazia […]
What does it mean to be ‘Radically Generous’ + ‘On Your Own Terms’?
“When you show up, as your whole self and you’re like I’m here to give and I’m here to ask. Both kind of in circular motion with each other, there are magical things that can happen.” —Hannah Cree, SheEO Venture in Residence In this episode You ask a question and we answer it! Join us […]
Power With versus Power Over: Transforming Access to Capital for Women Entrepreneurs
This article is written by Denise Hearn. Recently released PitchBook data shows that funding for US-based women entrepreneurs slowed to a three-year low in Q3, despite overall investments keeping pace with previous years. The slowdown worsens a previously dismal record of investor allocations to women. The largest year for women founders was 2019, with a […]
Women in Tech: A Global Problem with Ally Watson of Code Like a Girl
“I was honestly sick of women volunteering their time for this problem. It’s not their problem. It’s the world’s problem. It’s everybody’s problem.” – Ally Watson, CEO & Founder of Code Like a Girl In this episode The technology we build today determines the world we live in tomorrow. But if that world is being […]
How COVID moved a package free grocery store online with Brianne Miller of Nada
“We decided very early on that we were going to try and get online as fast as possible. That was something that always was in the works. This really was just a good kick in the butt to finally get these systems and processes in place to make that a reality. There’s certainly a lot […]
Racial Justice with Lutze Segu
“First we have to really think about what’s possible. Because the resistance revolution change starts in the imagination.” – Lutze B. Segu, MSW, Doctoral Student in The Institute for Gender, Race Sexuality and Social Justice at The University of British Columbia In this episode Join Lutze Segu and Vicki Saunders to chat about Lutze’s work […]
Gender Analysis + Power Dynamics
“To change systems, you have to focus on A system, not THE system. Because if you try to take on THE system, it’s just an amorphous blob that you can’t figure out how to pick at. But you can get at individual systems one at a time and that at least is a place to […]
What It Means to Lead Like A SheEO
SheEO Ventures are solving complex social problems and solving for the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals); their business models include practices like paying living wages, hiring inclusively, sourcing from women-owned suppliers, using clean energy, and reducing environmental waste.