25. Melissa & Johnathan Nightingale – Sharing the mic

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Melissa Nightingale has been a startup warrior since the first dotcom boom . She has held senior leadership roles in marketing, pr, and strategy at several fast paced startups, including Wattpad, Edmodo, and Mozilla. Johnathan Nightingale has built and operated organizations from 2 people to 250. He was the Vice President of Firefox for Mozilla during a period of intense turmoil inside Mozilla and out.  Both are founders and partners at Raw Signal Group.

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Melissa Nightingale and Johnathan Nightingale

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24. Jaime Schmidt: Natural Supermarker

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Jaime Schmidt is Founder of Schmidt’s Naturals, the natural personal care brand that she scaled from her kitchen to acquisition by Unilever in 2017. Today, the brand is sold in over 30 countries and 30,000 retailers, and Jaime continues to support their global expansion. Since Schmidt’s breakthrough, Jaime has focused her efforts on enabling other entrepreneurs to pursue their own visions for a better future, and empowering the next generation of consumer brands. Through her inclusive investment firm, Color, Jaime invests directly in emerging founders, primarily women and people of color.

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Jamie Schmidt

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23. Stacy London: Always in Vogue

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Stacy London is an American stylist/fashion consultant, author, and magazine editor known primarily for her time as co-host on What Not to Wear, a reality television program that featured wardrobe and appearance makeovers. After graduating from Vassar College, London started her career as a fashion editor at Vogue and transitioned into being a stylist for celebrities and designers. She moved into television by co-hosting What Not to Wear with Clinton Kelly, and doing fashion reporting for Access Hollywood, The Early Show, and the Today Show.

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Stacy London

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22. Jamila Souffrant – Her journey to 1 million podcast downloads

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Jamila Souffrant is a Certified Financial Education Instructor (CFEI), podcaster, blogger, money coach and founder of JourneyToLaunch.com where she shares her journey to reach Financial Freedom and helps others do the same. Her mission is to teach, inspire and help others reach financial freedom.

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Jamila Souffrant

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21. Jodi Kovitz – Dial Mover

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Jodi Kovitz is the founder and CEO of #movethedial, a global movement that she launched in January 2017 and is dedicated to advancing the participation and advancement of all women in tech. In 2017, Jodi was recognized by the Women’s Executive Network as one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women; and in 2018 as Women of Influence’s one of Canada’s Top 25 Most Powerful Women as one of Adweek’s Toronto Brand Stars.

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Jodi Kovitz

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Bonus Episode 15 – My book!

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It’s Arlan’s 39th birthday and her debut nonfiction book, It’s About Damn Time, is officially available for pre-order!

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Bonus episode 14 – WeWork thoughts

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In this bonus episode, I share my thoughts about WeWork.

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20. NeueHouse’s Josh Wyatt: Phoenix Risen

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Josh Wyatt is the CEO of Neuehouse, a boutique membership co-working and curated social club in Los Angeles and New York. He formerly co-founded and served as the Chief Strategic Officer of one of the fastest growing hospitality companies in the world, elevated hostel company Elevator, which sold for half a billion dollars. In this episode, Josh shares a deeply personal and shocking moment in his life that changed everything, gives his opinion of WeWork’s wild few weeks, and shares his holistic view of what working will mean in the future.

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Josh Wyatt

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