A View of Leadership from Courtside Seats with Michele Roberts

A week before the 2015 NBA season kicks off, Michele Roberts, Executive Director of the National Basketball Players Association sat down with me to talk about shedding self-doubt, her maternal instinct, and working for men like LeBron and Chris Paul.  Her thoughts are searingly honest and refreshingly direct.  I've shared more content from this interview than any other one I've done.  Check it out.  It's not to be missed. 

Read More
Lauren Laitin
Juggling the Women’s Movement and Two Babies (with Ilyse Hogue)

A week before Ilyse Hogue, President of NARAL Pro-Choice America, returned to work from maternity leave after having twins, she sat down with me to talk about her life in politics and at home, and what her stellar career has taught her about keeping them both on track and under control.  Read about Ilyse's approach to leadership and motherhood and how she's juggling the women's movement and two babies!

Read More
Lauren Laitin
How Data Is Changing the Workplace for Women with Ursula Mead

Ursula Mead, Co-Founder of InHerSight, is on a mission to measure how well employers support the women who work for them – and to turn those insights into better support for women in the workplace. In the process, Ursula and her co-founders are changing the way women choose where they work and the way that companies attract and retain their women employees. To launch a new monthly interview series, The PowerChute, highlighting stand out women in the paid workforce, we caught up with Ursula to hear more about what InHerSight is all about, and why it compels her to work 18 hour days. 

Read More
Lauren Laitin