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Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff

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What are the secrets behind some of the most successful women in the world? Each week designer Rebecca Minkoff talks to women from all walks of life, from CEOs to artists, and shows us what life is like without the pretty filters in order to help you navigate what it means to be vulnerable, how loss… read more

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Progress Over Perfection: Sarah Paiji Yoo of Blueland

October 20th, 2020


Let’s face it: the burdens of plastic consumption are overwhelming. We try our best to recycle, hoping our used ketchup bottles and takeout containers are reincarnated as earth-friendly reusable water bottles, but the …

Tiny But Transparent: Melissa Clayton of Tiny Tags

October 13th, 2020


Tiny Tags is a small company, and Melissa Clayton likes it that way. After working as a CPA early on in her career, eventually the entrepreneurial genes she inherited from her father began to activate, stirring within …

Think Outside the Box: Katie Rosen Kitchens of FabFitFun

October 6th, 2020


Back in 2010, the zenith of subscription boxes was just beyond the horizon - a small glimmer in the consumer’s eye. Katie Rosen saw this as an opportunity not to be missed. These days, while they may be ubiquitous …

Get Your Own Seat: Suzanne Lerner of Michael Stars

September 29th, 2020


How often do people consider the ethics behind the brands they buy? While it’s becoming increasingly popular to make sure your money is going …

The Prophecy of Bea: Learning to Be Zero F*cks Zen With Bea Dixon of The Honey Pot Company

September 22nd, 2020


Lots of businesses start with a dream, but rarely is it literally by the guidance of someone who arrives in your slumber. For Bea Dixon, it was …

For the Love of Brick & Mortar: Jill Manoff of Glossy

September 15th, 2020


Jill Manoff loves brick and mortar, rarely gets a pedicure, and holds a soft spot for reading paper magazines on the beach. This may seem incongruous …

Martha Miller: Getting Comfortable Working in Ambiguity

September 8th, 2020


Martha Miller never really thought she’d be working for the federal government. A self-proclaimed “over achiever,” Martha studied cognitive neuroscience and obtained a law degree from Georgetown before entering the …

The Catalyst for Change is Conversation: Ally Love of Love Squad

September 1st, 2020


Ally Love is a tour de force. You may know her from your Peloton workouts, or perhaps from watching the Brooklyn Nets. Either way, this dancer-turned-host-turned-fitness instructor-turned-entrepreneur has mastered more …

Green Goddess: Catharine Arnston of ENERGYbits

August 25th, 2020


When was the last time you thought about algae? Maybe you’re a health maven ahead of the curve and you enjoyed some in your smoothie this morning, …

Execution is Everything: Danielle Bernstein, Author and Founder of WeWoreWhat

August 18th, 2020


You may have heard of Danielle Bernstein, author, entrepreneur, and queen of the fashion scene on Instagram. What you may not know is that ten years ago she was an intern at Rebecca Minkoff!

Growing up on Long Island, …

Sharing is Caring: Squad Goals with Isa Watson

August 11th, 2020


Published chemistry whiz, JP Morgan financial expert, and classically trained pianist Isa Watson had a perfectly-honed plan to take her straight to the senate. Accustomed to excelling in almost any field she attempted, …

Team Work, Team Success: Sarah Shadonix of Scout & Cellar

August 4th, 2020


When Sarah Shadonix decided to leave the world of law and pursue her passion for wine, she didn’t think it would come with daily headaches. In …

This is a Human Issue: Tovah Haim of Bodily

July 28th, 2020


Before you become pregnant and give birth, you may think you have a pretty good idea of the whole process. It may come as a shock, then, when all …

It’s the Time to Try: Michelle Cordeiro Grant of Lively

July 21st, 2020


Back in January, Michelle Cordeiro Grant, CEO and founder of Lively (those cute bras you see on Instagram!), was consumed by ways to expand the brand’s brick and mortar presence. What seemed like a paramount concern …

Innovative Impact: Discussing the Intersection of Business and Social Responsibility with Susan McPherson

July 14th, 2020


What does it take for a company to do well? Not financially, but in terms of its impact on employees, the community, and the environment? Susan McPherson of McPherson Strategies makes it her mission to help companies …

Lean Into Courage: Writer Minda Harts on the Power of Intersectionality in the Workplace

July 7th, 2020


Writer Minda Harts does not want you to give up or shy away. The writer, speaker and career revolutionary has made it her mission to support women of …

Be Your Own Boss: Taking the Reigns of Career Transition with Emilie Aries of Bossed Up

June 30th, 2020


In this episode of our COVID-specific series we are thrilled to have guest Emilie Aries, author, speaker and CEO/founder of Bossed Up. After …

Biz, Please: Mary Ann Reilly of Visa Talks Small Business Success

June 23rd, 2020


Maybe you’re a small business owner. Maybe you’d barely gotten your feet wet when COVID hit. Under these conditions, everyone is trying to regroup and reorganize, but small business owners are in a unique situation: …

Broad Generalizations: Changing the Narrative with Samantha DiGennaro

June 16th, 2020


When Samantha DiGennaro felt things begin to falter in her corporate job, she made a bold move. Rather than meekly waiting to see how things would …

Taking Back Birth: Latham Thomas, Founder of Mama Glow

June 9th, 2020


As we see people flock to the streets in support of ending violence against black communities, it’s beneficial to the cause to reflect upon other …

Sell With Compassion, Sell With Heart: The New Age of Sales with Laura Wright

June 2nd, 2020


What is it about sales? Why do so many people, especially women, cringe at the thought of trying to sell their services, even when we know we offer something of great value?

This question is especially relevant under …

Décor Disruptor: Natalie Ebel of Backdrop

May 26th, 2020


You may not think of painting your walls as a “therapeutic process,” but Natalie Ebel sure does. In fact, it’s her go to in times of stress. The only child of a painter by profession, Natalie grew up helping her dad …

Graduation Motivation: Priming Yourself for Promotions with Elisabeth Leonard of Female Founder Collective

May 19th, 2020


Folks getting ready to graduate, enter the workforce, or those early on in their careers, this episode is for you! Chances are no matter where you …

The Art of a Productive Life: Actress Jenna Elfman

May 12th, 2020


You may know Jenna Elfman from TV shows like Dharma  & Greg, or more recently Fear  the Walking Dead, but she’s also a family friend of …

Gut and Grit: Money Management During COVID-19 with Financial Advisor Tracy Byrnes

May 5th, 2020


Financial advisor Tracy Byrnes has seen her share of earth-shaking events in the realm of finance. With a background in accounting and journalism, Tracy has reported on such events as the burst of the tech bubble and …

Rebecca Minkoff x This Is Working

April 28th, 2020


This week, we're doing something a little different. Rebecca recently sat down with LinkedIn's EIC Daniel Roth for his show, This Is Working. In this last episode recorded from LinkedIn's office (remember those?) and …

A Field Guide to Finances During COVID-19 with Wendy Heilbut and Shelly Kapoor Collins

April 23rd, 2020


Coronavirus has had an impact on daily living unlike anything most of us have ever experienced before. Navigating uncharted waters during this period can be unsettling, especially in business.

Wendy Heilbut, partner at

Comparison Will Kill You: Daniella Yacobovsky of BaubleBar

April 21st, 2020


Most women find themselves, at one time or another, looking for the perfect accessory to compliment that special outfit, or maybe they’re simply …

Funding & Planning Your Way Through A Crisis with Alison Wyatt

April 15th, 2020


Alison Wyatt, co-founder of the Female Founder Collective, is no stranger to investing in businesses big and small. In this bonus episode Rebecca and …

It Runs in the Family: Ariane Daguin of D’Artagnan Foods

April 14th, 2020


When Ariane Daguin left the region of Gascony, France, in the early 1980’s to study journalism at Columbia, it was with the intention of leaving the …

What To Do With Your Money In a Time of Crisis, With Sallie Krawcheck of Ellevest

April 9th, 2020


With unemployment rates skyrocketing during the COVID-19 pandemic,  many of us are worried about our money and our investments. In this mini  episode Sallie Krawcheck, CEO and co-founder of Ellevest, answers  Rebecca's …

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough: Singer and Songwriter Jessi Alexander

April 7th, 2020


She sings in the shower and in the car, and loves to watch, “The Bachelor.” She also wrote Miley Cyrus’ hit song, “The Climb.” This isn’t your best friend’s Tindr profile. We’re talking about Jessi Alexander, the …

Market Yourself: Aliza Licht of Leave Your Mark

March 31st, 2020


According to Aliza Licht, she wasn’t born with the ability to command a room. Growing up, the author, founder and president of Leave Your Mark, LLC, struggled to speak anytime she was thrust into the spotlight. It …

Everyday Adventures: Ruzwana Bashir of Peek

March 24th, 2020


Taking a look at Ruzwana Bashir’s resume, you might think she was born into a lifestyle of unlimited opportunity. Educated at Oxford and Harvard …

Special Message From Rebecca

March 19th, 2020


Things are...weird. Thanks to all our listeners who continue to support us during this time. We're here for you and hope to keep you motivated and inspired.

Drop us a line or give us guest suggestions here, or visit

Cooking is a Muscle: Getting Culinary with Mia Rigden of The Rasa Life

March 17th, 2020


Nutrition runs in Mia Rigden’s blood. According to Mia, her grandmother, a dietician born in the 1930’s, was slathering coconut oil on her meals long …

Turning Failure Into Triumph with Barbara Corcoran

March 10th, 2020


Barbara Corcoran wants to have as much fun as she can while she lives on this earth. “I always plan for fun – FIRST.” The real estate mogul and …

You Don’t Get What You Don’t Ask For: Leigh Gallagher of Google and Fortune

March 3rd, 2020


Leigh Gallagher’s mom always told her, “Do what you love and the money will follow.” Journalism may not always be the most lucrative career, but …

The Moral and Ethical DNA of Faryl Morse

February 25th, 2020


Faryl Morse is not your average shoe designer. First off, she’s a woman in a male-dominated industry. Secondly, her care and devotion to creatively designed, well-made shoes is only outmatched by her humanitarian …

Follow Your True North: Divya Gugnani of Wander Beauty

February 18th, 2020


Sometimes it’s hard to remember that the skin is the largest organ of  the body. We often take for granted this most precious part of ourselves  that …

Scrappiness is a Virtue: Jenny Fleiss Co-founder of Rent the Runway

February 11th, 2020


Jenny Fleiss has been an entrepreneur since she was a child. Where most kids are content to simply sell lemonade by the cup, she spent her summer days figuring out how to bundle products, the best form of signage, and …

Cuup Queen: Abby Morgan on Support, Vulnerability, and the Definition of “Sexy”

February 4th, 2020


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Searching for a perfect bra, one that’s comfortable, fits well, and is just the right amount of sexy (as defined by the wearer, …

Beautiful Hustle: Ariane Goldman of Hatch

January 28th, 2020


What’s the coolest maternity brand? Does that seem like a strange question? It shouldn’t. In a global society that’s more fashion conscious than …

Babba Rivera on Baking, Branding, and the Power of Vulnerability

January 21st, 2020


Babba Rivera is an entrepreneurial powerhouse. Born in Sweden to Chilean parents, Babba felt  the struggle to fit in, but she never let that keep her from speaking  her mind. Her creativity and critical thinking may …

Groove is in the Heart: Susan Feldman Takes on Ageism in Fashion & Beauty

January 14th, 2020


Everyone can identify with the feeling of being invisible sometimes, but for a whole generation, that feeling may be more a matter of endurance. …

Chasing Match Point: Maria Sharapova Talks Tennis Courts and Candy

January 7th, 2020


Maria Sharapova was born in Siberia, raised in Sochi and then, at age 6, moved to the U.S., and she hasn’t really stopped moving since. The tennis sensation who won Wimbledon at 17 and 5 Grand Slam titles in the years …

Written in the Cosmos: Jessica Pels of Cosmopolitan Magazine

January 1st, 2020


Things I bet you didn’t know about Cosmo: The first issue was released in 1886; It’s now the largest media brand for young women in the world, …

Major Love for Mejuri: Noura Sakkijha on Her Passion For Jewelry and Why Company Culture Matters

December 31st, 2019


In a world of fast fashion it’s easy to find cheap, cute jewelry. But it’s not so fun when that jewelry falls apart, turns your skin green, or worse, is made under poor working conditions. Mejuri is working to turn the …

From Cookies to Kale: Rachel Drori of Daily Harvest

December 26th, 2019


How many times have you been hungry - hangry, even! – and stuck somewhere with no snacks? Worse, perhaps there’s food laying around but it’s not even something you want to actually consume, but you have no other …

How to Achieve Glowgasm: Sarah Lee and Christine Chang of Glow Recipe

December 24th, 2019


Sarah Lee and Christine Chang were friends for many years before deciding to go into business together. Working in marketing and product development for L'Oréal , both were assigned to work in their Korean offices where …

Beauty, Bowls and Branding with Kathryn Duryea of Year and Day

December 17th, 2019


What’s the 7 billion dollar industry that’s perched on your shelves, resting on your table, even held in your hands multiple times a day? It’s not …

Unique Yums: Monique Bernstein Celebrates Sweet Success

December 10th, 2019


This episode is sponsored by Capital One Spark Business.

It happens all too often. You get the job you’ve been wishing for, hoping for, knowing it suits you perfectly – only to find out that it doesn’t. Such was the …

Claire Wasserman: Proud Feminist Helping Women Get Paid

December 3rd, 2019


It’s not difficult for most women to think of a time in their careers when they wanted to ask for more money but didn’t – or maybe they did and were …

Cat Lee: Unapologetically Non-Normal

November 26th, 2019


Cat Lee grew up with the intention of following in her father’s footsteps, and she did, for a while. After graduating from Stanford she immediately …

Anne Mahlum Gets to the Core of the Matter

November 19th, 2019


This episode is sponsored by Capital One Spark Business.

Special note: This episode contains a short discussion of eating disorders that may be sensitive for some listeners.

Anne Mahlum isn’t going to sugarcoat things …

Help Each Other Up: Kerry Cooper Talks Hard Work and Scalability

November 12th, 2019


When Kerry Cooper was hired as a consultant for sustainable footwear company, Rothy's, she didn’t think she’d be sticking around. After working for …

Pay Yourself From Day 1: Funding Female-Owned Startups with Karen Cahn

November 5th, 2019


As employee #213, Karen Cahn joined Google relatively early in the game. Back in the day she was an account executive covering ad sales in New England and the entirety of Canada. A seemingly monumental task, Karen was …

Canaries in the Mine: Latham Thomas on Doula Work and Maternal Mortality Rates in the U.S.

October 28th, 2019


We are a country built upon a foundation of slavery, and the truth is that that has affected every aspect of our culture. We live in an era of

There’s No One Way to Be a Mom: Sharing Personal Life on a Public Platform With Naomi Davis

October 22nd, 2019


This episode is sponsored by Capital One Spark Business.

Being a mom is hard. There’s no other way around it. It’s beautiful and amazing too, but it …

Going For Golde: Trinity Mouzon Wofford

October 15th, 2019


We’ve all been there. In search of the perfect product that is holistic, natural, and good for us, only to be torn between brands that seem to veer …

Thoughts Become Things - Ericka Perry on Manifesting Dreams into Reality

October 8th, 2019


This episode is sponsored by Capital One Spark Business.

Pregnancy  can be overwhelming, especially the first time around. Your body is changing, …

Talking Super Woman and Self-Care with Nicole Lapin

October 1st, 2019


Nicole Lapin may be a financial expert, but that doesn’t mean she was born knowing an index from an S&P fund. Growing up in challenging …

Glitter and Color: The Wild World of Tish and Snooky

September 24th, 2019


This episode is sponsored by Capital One Spark Business.

If you’ve ever been a teenage girl, or if a teenage girl secretly lives within your heart, …

Do the Hustle: Laura Brown on Fashion and Hard Work

September 17th, 2019


Laura Brown came up in the 80’s – a period devoid of the internet and Instagram, where fashion inspiration came almost exclusively in the form of magazines. To make things worse for a young fashionista living in …

Stop and Smell the Revenue: Talking Flowers and Fundraising With Christina Stembel

September 10th, 2019


We’ll  address the big question first: Christina Stembel of Farmgirl Flowers really did  grow up on a farm. Growing up in northern Indiana, Christina …

Yes WIE Can: Talking Institutional Change with Dee Poku-Spalding

September 3rd, 2019


This episode is in partnership with SAP Success Factors.

Dee Poku remembers what it was like when she worked for big movie studios. No need to make her own travel plans, or worry about her computer getting fixed. All …

99 Problems But A Bed Ain’t One: Problem-Solving With Ariel Kaye

August 27th, 2019


Bed. We spend a third of our lives there, and yet oftentimes, our beds, or what we put on them, become somewhat of an afterthought.

Ariel Kaye sought to change that. After spending some years in advertising, Ariel came …

“I Say Yes to Everything”: The Adventurous Spirit of Katie Couric

August 20th, 2019


 This episode is in partnership with SAP SuccessFactors.

She’s self-described as “messy” and can play the piano by ear – as long as it’s in the key of C. No, we’re not talking about Katy Perry – Katie Couric is here, …

Jill Kargman: Gucci Kneepads & Not Giving a F***

August 13th, 2019


 Jill Kargman is not your neighborhood soccer mom and she doesn’t play one on TV, either. Her dark sense of humor and love of all things goth might put her out of place at most “mommy and me” gatherings, but this is …

Amy Shecter on Creativity, Failure and Growth

August 6th, 2019


This episode is in partnership with SAP SuccessFactors.

How would your life be different if you were less afraid to make mistakes, to “fail”? 

Amy …

Rachel Blumenthal’s Not Sweating the Small Stuff

July 30th, 2019


 The fashion world was the last place Rachel Blumenthal envisioned her career. Growing up on Cape Cod surrounded by adults with “practical” careers, …

Amanda de Cadenet: Girlgazing Her Way Through the Glass Ceiling

July 23rd, 2019


Amanda de Cadenet is a force to be reckoned with. She’s had more  noteworthy careers than most people achieve in a lifetime. Amanda began  her career in television at the age of 15. Not for the stardom or the  glamour, …

Noria Morales and Sarah Robinson Transition from Fashion World to Family Business

July 16th, 2019


It may not seem like the most obvious progression, but after spending the early parts of their careers in the demanding world of fashion, Noria Morales and Sarah Robinson decided to go out on a limb and pursue a venture …

Life Lessons With Noor Tagouri

July 9th, 2019


Journalist and all-around amazing human being, Noor Tagouri joins us this week for a  wide-ranging conversation. She talks about how she found  success in her career while remaining true to herself, the importance of …

Elizabeth Shaffer & Lizzy Brockhoff: Things Are Not Perfect

July 2nd, 2019


 This week, Rebecca sits down with Elizabeth Shaffer & Lizzy Brockhoff, co-founders of MASSE,  a shopping app with a  zero tolerance policy for …

Jennifer Bett Meyer + Melissa Duren Conner: How To Hire & Fire

June 25th, 2019


In this episode Rebecca sits down with Jennifer Bett Meyer and Melissa  Duren Conner of Jennifer Bett Communications, where they talk about the …

Raegan Moya Jones: What It Takes

June 18th, 2019


This week, Rebecca sits down with Raegan Moya Jones, the Founder of aden  + anais and author of What It Takes. After being fired from the company  she founded and had to grown over $100 million, to say she felt knocked …

Nicole Gibbons Talks Passion, Paint, and Perseverance

June 11th, 2019


Nicole Gibbons is a disruptor of the paint industry.  In a field dominated by absurdly masculine branding, Nicole is the first person to create a …

The Value of Being Shamelessly Yourself with Jennifer DaSilva

June 4th, 2019


It’s not often that the word, “vulnerability”, is listed as a desired trait in a potential employee, but Jennifer DaSilva, president of WPP creative …

Amy Levin Says You Can’t Plan For It All

May 28th, 2019


Confidence is not something that Amy Levin is lacking. “No,” Amy says with a laugh, in response to whether or not her age or gender was ever an issue …

Alanna Masterson: Why Hard Work Matters

May 21st, 2019


In this episode actress Alanna Masterson (The Walking Dead) talks about  how she struggled with her body image on the red carpet, the pros and  cons of social media, and how being a mother has kept her grounded. 

--- …

Alexa von Tobel Teaches Us How to Be Financially Forward

May 14th, 2019


For Alexa von Tobel (Founder & Managing Partner, Inspired Capital, and author of "Financially Forward") money is a life skill, just like brushing your teeth. In this episode Alexa talks about her failures, the …

Rebecca's Mom Sue Reflects On Raising A Strong Daughter

May 7th, 2019


In this special Mother's Day episode, Rebecca sits down with her mom, Sue Minkoff, to talk about everything from raising a strong daughter to how she used her voice to stand up for others in the workplace. Sue also …

How To Build Your Own Lane With Jaclyn Johnson

April 30th, 2019


In this episode, Jaclyn Johnson (CEO of Create & Cultivate and author of WorkParty) talks about why it's so important for women to have …

Katia Beauchamp On Living The Life She Wants To Live

April 23rd, 2019


In this episode Katia talks about her unlikely start as an entrepreneur and how she dealt with rejection when investors didn't believe in her vision for Birchbox. Katia and Rebecca also talk about motherhood and how in …

Wide Awake: A Day for Female Founders Panel - Even Sallie Krawcheck Gets Mansplained

April 18th, 2019


Sallie Krawcheck (CEO & Co-Founder of Ellevest) has had an extremely successful career working on Wall Street. But she's also been fired twice, …

How To Find Confidence In Your Decisions With Fast Company's Stephanie Mehta

April 16th, 2019


Sometimes in life you're faced with two amazing opportunities. How do you know which one to choose?

In this episode Stephanie Mehta talks about how she's made those hard decisions in the past. She also talks about the …

Wide Awake: A Day for Female Founders Panel - How To Break The Rules (with Birchbox, Rent The Runway, and the Female Founders Fund)

April 11th, 2019


In this panel Katia Beauchamp (Birchbox), Jennifer Fleiss (Rent The Runway & Jetblack) and Sutian Dong (Female Founders Fund) show us how …

Pattie Sellers: Everyone Has An Incredible Story

April 9th, 2019


In this episode Pattie Sellers tells us what she's learned from three decades of listening to other people's stories---including how women define success and their goals in business. Pattie also reflects on why there …

Wide Awake: A Day for Female Founders Panel - Debt Is Not A Dirty Word

April 4th, 2019


There are dozens of ways you can finance your small business--but which one is right for you and your situation? In this panel Mary Ann Reilly from Visa, and Hilda Kong and Sheryl Cameron from Chase talk about common …

Beautycounter's Gregg Renfrew Explains: The Toxic Crap In Your Beauty Products

April 2nd, 2019


 How do you know the ingredients in your beauty products are safe?

In this episode Gregg Renfrew  (Founder and CEO of Beautycounter) explains how the United States is  way behind other countries in regards to what …

Wide Awake: A Day for Female Founders Panel - The Skimm Founders Danielle Weisberg & Carly Zakin: Ask For What You Want

March 28th, 2019


Rebecca moderates this panel with The Skimm co-founders and CEO's Danielle and Carly. They talk about the struggles of managing a team, being emotionally investing in your business and the power of asking for what you …

How The Wing & Audrey Gelman Are Inspiring The Next Generation Of The Women's Movement

March 26th, 2019


In this week's episode Audrey talks about how she got the idea to bring back the old idea of women's clubs, and how The Wing is able to create a …

Wide Awake: A Day for Female Founders Panel - How To Disrupt Your MFing Industry (with Michelle Cordeiro Grant, Mariah Chase, and Nicole Gibbons)

March 21st, 2019


This year for International Women's Day the Female Founder Collective hosted Wide Awake: A Day for Female Founders. This panel moderated by Ann …

Overcoming Stress And Insecurity With Athena Calderone

March 19th, 2019


Have you ever felt stressed by a "lack of direction" in your career? Athena Calderone, who's a blogger, interior designer, entertaining expert, and author did too.

In this episode Athena talks about how she was able to …

Katya Libin & Amri Kibbler Help Working Mamas Build Their Tribe

March 12th, 2019


Are you looking for a way to build your mama village? Well look no further.

This week we speak with Katya Libin and Amri Kibbler, co-founders of Hey …

Breaking Financial Barriers

March 5th, 2019


Are you confused by venture capital? Do you wonder if it's right for your business? (Spoiler: It's not for everyone.)

In this episode Anu Duggal and Sutian Dong break down the complex world (and acronyms!) of venture …

Living A Glamour Life

February 26th, 2019


In this episode Samantha Barry, the Editor in Chief at Glamour Magazine, talks about her start in broadcasting, the difference between toxic talk and criticism, and how change can be a good thing.

Rebecca ends the …

Elisa Kreisinger Reminds Us To Put Ourselves First

February 19th, 2019


In this episode Elisa Kreisinger talks about how she uses humor to get people to pay attention to important issues, and the importance of taking care of yourself, no matter what that looks like. Rebecca and Elisa also …

Planning Your Way To Success With Anne Fulenwider

February 12th, 2019


Have you ever felt stuck in a job but didn't know how to advance your career?

In this episode Anne Fulenwider, editor-in-chief of Marie Claire …

Reshma Saujani Teaches Us How To Be Brave, Not Perfect

February 5th, 2019


In this episode we talk to Reshma Saujani about women's habits towards perfectionism and being a toxic people pleaser. In order to overcome these traps Reshma teaches us to do something everyday that scares us in order …

When Cause Meets Commerce with Lauren Conrad and Hannah Skvarla

January 29th, 2019


Founded by women to empower women, The Little Market is a place where you can buy beautiful handmade goods from artisans around the world. In this …

Managing Your Money Like A Pro With Sallie Krawcheck

January 22nd, 2019


Does the thought of investing in stocks and bonds intimidate you? In this episode Sallie Krawcheck co-founder of Ellevest, a financial platform designed to focus on the needs of women, gives us an Investment 101 lesson, …

Using Your Passions to Fuel Your Success

January 15th, 2019


Do you struggle to keep motivated when the odds are stacked against you?

Brooklyn Decker is many things; model, actress, mom, and now the co-founder of Finery. Brooklyn talks about the stigmas she had to overcome as a …

Do What Feels Good (For Your Body)

January 8th, 2019


In a world filled with detox teas and quick fixes, fitness and health has never been more complicated. We sat down with the multi-talented Hannah …

How To Make A New Years Resolution That Sticks

January 1st, 2019


Here at Superwomen, we don't believe in "New Years Resolutions" in the traditional sense. In this New Years bonus episode, Rebecca shares how you can …

How To Advocate For Yourself In The Workplace

December 25th, 2018


Shelley Zalis is know for saying "first came IQ (the Intelligence Quotient) then came EQ (the Emotional Quotient), now comes FQ (the Female …

From Hobby To Explosive Career, With a Cherry On Top

December 18th, 2018


For the very first interview recorded in our office, we talk to the queen of sprinkles, Amirah Kassem. Amirah started Flour Shop–a contemporary …

Honoring Your Inner Badass with Bozoma St. John

December 11th, 2018


Have you ever wanted to cultivate a confident, badass persona but it just felt wrong? This week Bozoma St.John shares her incredible journey and how …

Stella & Dot’s Blythe Harris Says Failure IS an Option

December 4th, 2018


Stella & Dot co-founder Blythe Harris often talks about the value of failure, and how important it is to pick yourself back up and keep moving. In addition to sharing some of her favorite tips and tricks to help …

Overcoming Your Fears With Christene Barberich

November 27th, 2018


Have you ever needed to make a decision but were held back by fear? Refinery 29 co-founder Christene Barberich talks about how she overcame those fears while listening to her gut, and found the importance of rooting for …

How to Connect Through Vulnerability

November 20th, 2018


In this episode Cassandra Grey, founder of beauty empire Violet Grey, talks about the difference between fake confidence and real confidence, and how …

Jen Gotch Gets Real

November 13th, 2018


Jen Gotch is no stranger to sharing her struggles. In her quest to make people feel less lonely, she explains how sharing her struggles publicly has actually helped her become stronger in the long run, and how changing …

How to shift culture within your community

November 6th, 2018


Over the summer Rebecca spoke with Sarah Sophie Flicker and Paola Mendoza, organizers of the Women's March. What followed was a passionate …

The Truth about Stacy London

October 30th, 2018


From “What Not to Wear” to the NY Times best seller list, Stacy London talks about why the anti-aging movement is just “a way to make women hate themselves,” her recovery from an autoimmune disease, and what she’s …

When Your Dream Job….Is Not

October 23rd, 2018


Attending fashion show after fashion show, Garance Dore was living the life many would be envious of. Yet she was miserable, and the stress …

Coco Rocha on the Power of Saying No

October 16th, 2018


Model, owner, and director of Nomad Management, Coco Rocha made a name for herself by saying no. In this episode Coco talks about how she has used her voice to stand up for herself, and the future generations of models.

Navigating Change and Fresh Beginnings

October 9th, 2018


After spending more than two decades as the first female vice chair at GE, Beth Comstock explains how our creativity is the most powerful and …

Lauren Chan: Changing the Culture of Fashion

October 2nd, 2018


From varsity basketball player to fashion mogul, Lauren Chan is making moves and breaking boundaries. Lauren is raising awareness about body …

If You Can’t Stand the Heat, Get out of Eden Grinshpan's Kitchen!

September 25th, 2018


Restaurateur Eden Grinshpan brings her personality and love of food into literally everything she does. She dives into what it’s like working in a male-dominated industry, her perspective on raising her daughter and how …

Create a Life That Inspires You With Hillary Kerr

September 18th, 2018


On this episode of Superwomen, co-founder of Clique Media Group and fearless business lady and mama, Hillary Kerr, offers her tips and tricks for starting a company on a small budget, working with a co-founder she sees …

Michelle Lee: Modern Media Game Changer

September 18th, 2018


On this episode of Superwomen, Michelle Lee, the editor-in-chief of Allure, talks to us about her unique career path, overcoming racism and sexism, and her secrets to success.

Superwomen is presented by Prudential.

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Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff Trailer

September 4th, 2018


As women, we have so many sides to ourselves. Storyteller. Caretaker. Money maker. Activist. Sister. Mom. Leader. This is the podcast that celebrates …

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