Power Up Women! The Podcast
Power Up Women! The Podcast

Anne Doyle and Dana Harvey in the Motor City Woman recording studio

POWER UP WOMEN! is a cross-generational, cross-cultural conversation about leadership, power, gender and social justice. Now in its third season, POWER UP WOMEN! is hosted by creator Anne Doyle and new co-host Dana Harvey. Listen here to the newest episodes and conversations from all three seasons. Or, subscribe to POWER UP WOMEN! wherever you get your podcasts.

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Podcast Episodes

Fighting for the Future of Girls

October 19, 2021

Girls throughout the world face urgent and unique challenges to living healthy and fulfilling lives. Michelle Nunn, President and CEO of CARE USA updates Anne on the current state of girls globally and key issues disproportionately impacting females, including the crisis in Afghanistan, access to education, climate change and gender-based violence, as well as why it is so important for more women to run for public office. 


 


 


 


 

Women in Sports Management

October 13, 2021

Sports is one of the most gender lopsided arenas in the professional world. Women make up close to 40% of global sports fans, providing billions in revenue. Female participation has exploded since 1972 Title IX legislation unlocked doors of athletic opportunity. Yet women working in sports management roles are still rare trailblazers, such as Kim Ng of the Miami Marlins and Cynt Marshall of the Dallas Mavericks, and usually the only woman in the room. Guests Kellie Fischer, CFO of the Texas Rangers Baseball Club and Jhonika Hawkins of the NBA's Detroit Pistons say it's an exciting career path, ripe with possibility. To connect with other women in the field, check out WISE. 

Ending Period Poverty: A Big Idea Whose Time Has Come

September 28, 2021

The drive to end "period poverty" by making sanitary products for women more affordable is building momentum. It's a problem shared by girls and women, throughout the world, experiencing homelessness, fleeing domestic violence or enduring poverty. In the U.S., one in five girls miss school because of the cost of tampons or pads, which are taxed in 34 states.  It was Australian Rochelle Courtenay, founder of Share the Dignity, who begn the global drive to end the gender-based "tampon tax" abd tackle the stigma around menstruation. Courtenay talked about her Big Idea whose time has come with Anne Doyle for the Game Changers podcast of the International Women's Forum. Click her for info on organizations and efforts to tackle this problem


 

Previous Episodes

Seasons 1 & 2 with Monica Doyle

Anne and Monica Doyle in the Motor City Woman recording studio

In Seasons 1 & 2 of POWER UP WOMEN! with Anne Doyle, Anne and her niece, Monica Doyle, explore women and power – what it looks like, why it's important and what we can all do to claim our power – individually and collectively. Listen to any of these great episodes below.

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