Showcasing the stories and strategies of entrepreneurial women from San Diego to New York and beyond.
If you run your own business, or think you want to, The Story Exchange podcast series will inspire you and help you grow. Hosted by Colleen DeBaise, each episode tells real stories of real women, and how they built real — and sometimes really original — businesses. Get ready to hear from women who are busting the myths of entrepreneurship and starting and running companies that fill their lives with meaning, purpose and passion. Subscribe today! iTunes | Stitcher
Ep.15: A $20 Million Comeback Story
Ep.14: On a Mission
Ep.13: Running the Boys’ Club
- Ep. 12: A Winemaker’s Pleasure and Pain
- Ep. 11: Jacket Dreams
- Ep. 10: Off the Slopes and Into the Wine Shop
- Ep. 9: Cleaning Up Our E-Waste Mess
Ep. 8: A Free Spirit Gets Hard-Nosed About Business
Ep. 7: The Honest Pet Food Jackpot
Ep. 6: Feeding the Ambitions of Female Chefs
Ep. 5: How Good Ideas Become Good Businesses
Succeeding as a Woman in Tech – Shaan Kandawalla, Melody McCloskey, Amy Sheng – Ep 04
Ep. 3: The ‘Rain Woman’ Behind a Digital Detective Agency
Ep. 2: Creating Indiegogo
Ep. 1: Turning Setbacks into Triumphs
The Story Exchange – Podcast Teaser
Colleen DeBaise is a longtime journalist and author of “The Wall Street Journal Complete Small Business Guidebook.” She is the former director of digital media at The Story Exchange and has written about the rewards and challenges of entrepreneurship for Entrepreneur, The Wall Street Journal, SmartMoney, Dow Jones Newswires and BusinessWeek. She has been interviewed on MSNBC, Fox, CNBC, CBS and NPR. Colleen has a master’s in journalism from Northwestern University. On the side, she shares curry recipes on her food blog, CrackingCurry.com.
Victoria Wang is the co-founder of The Story Exchange. She is a former banker and marketing consultant with more than three decades of experience in the financial world. As she rose through the ranks of corporate America, she saw very few role models or even other women to talk to at senior levels. By the time she left she wanted to find ways to mentor women and to encourage them down the path to economic independence. Not one to sit home and retire, Victoria travels the world looking for stories and is learning to play jazz piano in her free time.
Sue Williams is the co-founder of The Story Exchange. She is a film producer and director who started her own business, Ambrica Productions, in 1986 to make documentaries with an international scope and interest. Under Sue’s leadership, Ambrica has produced awarding-winning films on a range of subjects, including feature-length documentaries about China for the PBS series Frontline and biographies of two American icons, Eleanor Roosevelt and Mary Pickford, for American Experience. She has three passports, which she rotates to keep herself out of trouble.
Audio Editor: Nusha Balyan
Production Coordinator: Michelle Ciotta
Sound Recordist (Interview): Sam Shinn
Posted: September 4, 2015