Sandi's Podcasts

Amanda Kraus

With $50, vision and determination, Amanda Kraus, founded Row New York in 2002 and serves at its Executive Director. What began as a pilot program has grown into a thriving organization serving more than 2,000 middle and high school boys and [...]

Robin Bell

You'll never look at ice sheets the same after you "meet" Robin Bell, PhD. The PGI Research Professor at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University has, among her many accomplishments, coordinated nine major aero-geophysical [...]

Barbara Winslow

A committed feminist, Brooklyn College Professor Barbara Winslow teaches in the School of Education and the Women's Studies Program. She is also the founder and director of the Shirley Chisholm Project of Brooklyn Women's Activism (1945-present).

Lisa Johnson-Willingham

Passion, talent, creativity, commitment...Lisa Johnson-Willingham has an abundant supply. A member of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater from 1993-1999, she's also choreographed for a number of other companies, ran several dance programs, [...]

Alyssa Bresnahan

From her role as "Rose" in the Tony Award Winning epic drama "War Horse" (she was 5-months pregnant at the audition), to nearly two-dozen regional theater productions, and parts on the small screen, Alyssa Bresnahan has an impressive resume.

Aiesha Turman

Educator, writer, storyteller, filmmaker, artist, activist, mentor, mom -- Aiesha Turman is a force to be reckoned with. Tired of not seeing positive images of black women and girls in the media, Turman decided to take matters into her own [...]

Julie Johnson Staples

From covering the White House and the Supreme Court, to the world of Private Equity, to Seminary -- the Rev. Julie Johnson Staples in a Renaissance woman. She shares the stops made along the way to becoming Interim Minister for Education at New [...]

Deborah Gorman

Chef Deborah Gorman's passion for food knows no bounds. After training at some of New York's finest restaurants, she's worked as a private chef, started her own catering company, and is the co-founder and Executive Chef of Gourmet Sorbet by the [...]

Nancy Lublin

Who doesn't know Dress For Success? Founder Nancy Lublin came up with the idea in 1995 during her first year of law school. She has since gone on to become the CEO of DoSomething.org, the largest organization for teens looking to make social change.

Muna Saleh

There's a lot going on in the life of 31-year-old Muna Saleh. She was born in Saudi Arabia to Eritrean parents, raised in London, and came to New York City ten years ago -- and has been living her passions ever since. She the founder of Great [...]

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