“The Big Lie is that we can do things on our own timetables” – Tanya Selvaratnam is on a mission to educate women about the truth behind infertility by sharing her own struggles. Her story and statistics really got us thinking…no matter when/if you want to start a family, know the information. Thank you, Tanya, for opening our eyes!
Diane Cornman-Levy is the new Executive Director of WOMEN’S WAY and a champion for females everywhere. Despite personal struggles and heartbreak, she’s never stopped fighting to change the world. See how she found triumph through tragedy and works tirelessly to use the power of her voice to help others find theirs.
“I don’t mind being the first, but I don’t want to be the last” – Lorraine Branham, Dean of S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, has made this her motto in all aspects of her life, especially in her career. Hear her incredible story of overcoming adversity & defying the odds.
Meet Barbara Byrne, a Wall Street powerhouse who was nominated by one of our Modern Heroes, Sarah Megan Thomas! She’s spent her career defying the odds and shattering glass ceilings, but the climb hasn’t been easy…Here’s how she did it.
Meg Saligman is a socially conscious mural artist who is on a mission to use the power of art to bring communities together and start important conversations. She ‘paints the town’ with passion, story and color.
With passion and perseverance, Linda Cliatt-Wayman, principal of Strawberry Mansion High School, rescued one of the most dangerous schools in the country. Listen and share her incredible story of resilience and transformation.
Nataly Kogan is the co-founder and CEO of Happier, a wellness company helping people find joy in their daily lives. As a Russian immigrant, Nataly knows all too well how life’s struggles can get in the way of true happiness.
Battling against the effects of racism and sexism all her life, the struggles of Ella Bell’s past have made her the powerhouse she is today. She is proof where you start in life doesn’t have to be where you end up.
Every day almost half a million people are held as prisoners without having been convicted of a crime, simply because they can’t make bail. Robin Steinberg, CEO of The Bail Project, is using a groundbreaking approach to change that.