A discussion with Jill Melton, founder and editor of Edible Nashville, a Nashville-based food magazine.
Poonam Patodia, Chief Marketing Officer at United Methodist Communications, discusses their latest campaign named Dismantling Racism: Pressing on to Freedom, and why women are such an important audience for the United Methodist denomination.
Margaret Behm and Jeanie Nelson discuss Tennessee’s role in the fight for women’s voting rights and the virtual grand opening of the exhibit on the 19th Amendment at the Nashville Public Library on the amendment’s 100th anniversary.
Wil Shelton of of WilPower Integrated Marketing discusses his work in bringing brands together with the African American community.
Phillip Fryman joins us to discuss marketing through social media influencers and how food influencers have been a steady and valuable resource to brands.
Alina Thompson, Artist Marketing & Industry Relations Manager at Pandora joins us to discuss female representation in music and its importance to Pandora’s female audiences.
Margaret Dolan of Launch Tennessee discusses the increasing interest of investors in female entrepreneurs, CEOs, and board members.
Food Stylist Teresa Blackburn dishes on the behind-the-scenes work that goes into making food look good
Ea Fuqua and Meg DeLong of The Tidy Home, a professional organizing and home styling business, talk about the importance of social media for the growth of their brand.
Ruben Hunter, Jr., is host of Surround Sound Podcast, a Nashville-based podcast tailored to the Hip Hop community that uses the platform to discuss topics ranging from sports and entertainment to culture and political involvement.
In this episode, Casey Reese of NHC HealthCare talks about the challenges of both external and internal marketing during the COVID-19 healthcare crisis - and how they have had to come up with new strategies during this stressful time.
As Director of People at Buffer, Courtney Seiter has seen firsthand how diversity and workplace culture impact a company’s ability to reach a wider audience. She tells Lipstick Economy about Buffer’s unique values and shares her insight into some of today’s most popular social media platforms.
Emily Tucker is Senior Director of Brand Marketing Services at 21c Museum Hotels, a Louisville-based combination contemporary art museum and boutique hotel chain. She tells Lipstick Economy how her company is providing more than just an overnight stay to guests, but rather a true one-of-a-kind curated experience. Tucker also shared how elevating customer service - specifically for women - can actually improve service and sales for ...
Clark Buckner and Brynn Plummer of the Nashville Entrepreneur Center’s “Navigate” podcast share some stats about women and podcasting and speak with three female podcasters about how and why they started podcasting. Recorded live at Red Letter Day 2019.
Beverly Keel is the first female Dean of Middle Tennessee State University’s College of Media and Entertainment. Beverly is also a co-founder of the advocacy group Change the Conversation and is an important voice advocating for women in the music industry. Her interesting career as a music executive, publicist and journalist for publications such as Rolling Stone and People Magazine has given her a unique perspective on women as ...
During a live audience version of Lipstick Economy, Amanda Weeks-Geveden and Mekesha Montgomery tell how they brought twelve leading corporations together to advance and develop women as business and community leaders. Advancing Women in Nashville, known as AWIN, was launched in March 2019, and is already a force in leadership development for women in business.
Sharon Brawner, Senior Vice President for the Country Music Hall of Fame, tells Lipstick Economy how the Country Music Hall of Fame has grown along with Nashville making it the premier home of country music. Today, marketing helps guide 1.2 million people to visit the Country Music Hall of Fame, making it a must visit for Nashville tourists. Sharon says the Country Music Hall of Fame® is like a great hit song. People think they w...
Yanika Smith-Bartley, Vice President & Special Counsel of Diversity & Inclusion for Asurion, tells Lipstick Economy why diversity and inclusion has moved from being a buzzword to being the way the marketplace and the workplace must operate today to represent the culture we live in.
Kaleigh Imbriale, Executive Director of TedXNashville, tells Lipstick Economy how TedXNashville has thrived in Nashville for ten years, becoming one of the ten largest TedX events worldwide. The popular event programming was recently enhanced with the addition of the TedXNashvilleWomen event in 2018 that returns again in December 2019. Kaleigh tells why having a women’s event was important to TedX.