Made By Women

Made By Women

Made By Women is a new weekly show brought to you by the Seneca Women Podcast Network and iHeartRadio. At a moment when businesses face some of the biggest challenges in recent history, we bring you inspiring stories, practical insights and shared learnings from women builders. Benefit from the experiences of legendary entrepreneurs, fierce up-and-comers and women leaders who are changing the trajectory of business. Made by Women gives you the tools, expertise and hard-won lessons you need to succeed in business in these fast-changing times. Consider it your real-world MBA, designed for the new now. Made by Women is a production of the Seneca Women Podcast Network and iHeartRadio with support from our founding partner P&G.

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November 18, 2021 28 min

For decades, buying paint for the home was a chore. Learn how Nicole Gibbons, who had already made her name in interior design, built the success of Clare, which offers designer-curated colors and an easy, enjoyable online experience.

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Krikey is an augmented reality gaming company bringing users virtual experiences with exotic animals like gorillas, birds of all species, lions and sharks. The games are beautifully designed and programmed with cutting edge technology — but the goal of the company is to bring you so much more. We revisit this episode with Jhanvi and Ketaki Shriram, sisters and Krikey co-founders. Hear their story about starting an AR gaming company...

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Sharon Miller, President of Small Business and Head of Specialty Banking and Lending at Bank of America, knows that women-owned small businesses are vital to a resurgent, post-pandemic economy.

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If protective gear doesn’t fit right, it may not offer complete protection.  And for many women, fit is a problem, with gear often designed for menScientist Beau Wangtrakuldee realized that after she suffered chemical burns in a lab accident. Her solution: AmorSui, which she founded to make PPE with women’s size and needs in mind.

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We revisit our conversation with Shyla Sheppard, co-founder of the only brewing company owned by Native American women in the US. She reveals how the inspiration and strength she draws from her roots allows her to pivot, change and move ahead in even the most challenging of times.

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When Kara Goldin began cooking fruit at home and adding it to water, she was merely looking for a healthful, flavorful drink for her family. She soon had a hit on her hands. We revisit this episode in which Kara reveals the struggles and setbacks behind the success.

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“It’s about more than style,” says rugby champion Phaidra Knight. She started PSK Collective to provide street wear and athletic apparel that fits a range of body types, promotes women’s empowerment and  champions social justice.

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For decades, buying paint for the home was a chore. Learn how Nicole Gibbons, who had already made her name in interior design, made a success of Clare, which offers designer-curated colors and an easy, enjoyable online experience.

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Who doesn’t love cookie dough? Kristen Tomlan found a way to turn a guilty pleasure into a safe, versatile treat. Learn how she overcame a devastating health challenge to build a thriving, nationwide business.

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The former superstar forward for the Indiana Fever and Olympic gold-medal winner really knows how to pivot—from sports icon to owner of Tea's Me Cafe in Indianapolis. Hear how the lessons she learned on the court translated into business success. 

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Helya Mohammadian once thought she’d have a career in high fashion. But then she invented an undergarment that made life easier for women with disabilities. Now her company, Slick Chicks, is a success, and is empowering countless women.  

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May 6, 2021 28 min

Starting a new business can mean that a million things go wrong—and Alli Webb probably encountered most of them on her way to making Drybar, a revolutionary chain of blow-out salons, a hit from coast to coast. Hear how she learned to find an upside in even the worst situations.

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Beautiful, comfy loungewear is only half the story at Sudara. This mission-driven company is empowering women in India, giving them skills training so they don’t end up being trafficked into brothels. Founder and CEO Shannon Keith reveals how Sudara combines purpose and profit.

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She revolutionized the world of retail and consumer goods when her data-science company, dunnhumby, developed a groundbreaking store loyalty program. Learn how she found success with Big Data—and about her mission to bring more women into leadership roles.

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King and Lee realized that women over 40 were being overlooked by the beauty industry, and that there was a real need for affordable, hormone-defying products. Hear the lessons they learned while building a game-changing business.

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In 2013 Trina Spear and Heather Hasson set out to revolutionize the field of medical workwear when they founded FIGS, a line of fashionable, well-made scrubs and apparel. Spear tells how it all started, and the challenges of building the business.

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Heather Potters, co-founder of PharmaJet, is making vaccinations faster, easier and with less waste through her needle-free technology. She tells how Covid has made her work even more important.

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Through Medable, the company she co-founded, CEO Dr. Michelle Longmire is revolutionizing the way clinical trials are conducted—something that’s become all the more urgent during the pandemic.

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The pandemic was an unprecedented disruptor of the global supply chain. Bindiya Vikal, CEO and co-founder of Resilinc, is in the business of supply chain risk management. She talks about the challenges she's overcome, and what she's learned during Covid.

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Childcare is among the many challenges facing women business owners and their families—and the pandemic has only heightened the crisis. Alejandra Castillo, who recently stepped down as YWCA CEO, talks about the “she-cession” and what the organization is doing to support women. She also discusses the YWCA’s new partnership with P&G and its Secret Deodorant brand in support of superhero moms; learn more at #RaiseItUp and at Secre...

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