I ALSO Want Money

I ALSO Want Money

Closing the gender wealth gap goes beyond financial literacy. On I ALSO Want Money, co-hosts Nicole Kyle and Sophie Holm explore strategies for overcoming and dismantling the societal barriers that prevent women from making money. This podcast investigates why wealth is more accessible to men than women, and, in a world where net worth is a function of one’s network, invites psychologists, economists, anthropologists, activists, and more to democratize, demystify, and demasculinize wealth.

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June 9, 2022 35 mins

Crypto is volatile, risky, and not as regulated as traditional markets. So how should individuals and institutions think about the micro and macro risks when it comes to investing in crypto? In this episode, U.S. and UK qualified lawyer Paige Berges, who specialises in anti-money laundering, sanctions and anti-bribery and corruption compliance, shares her outlook on risks in cryptocurrency, the extent to which it is regulated, and ...

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Sport is arguably the biggest arena in the fight for equal pay: in a milestone victory last week and after a six-year legal battle, the US Women’s National Soccer Team reached an agreement with USSF to equalise compensation, bonuses, and work conditions between the women's and men's national teams through 2028.

But in the history of gender-based pay discrimination, the tennis court pre-dates the soccer field.

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Careers in tech can be a means of security, wealth, professional development, opportunity, and more. But women in tech have a unique experience. What is it like leading (and thriving) at a high-growth tech startup? Roshni Sondhi, VP of Customer Experience at Grafana Labs, shares how working at a high-growth tech startup does not require deprioritizing other aspects of life. We discuss ruthless prioritising, setting boundaries at wo...

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Crypto could exponentially increase nonprofits’ fundraising capacity and accelerate the speed with which nonprofits are able to deliver support. Maggie Burke is head of strategic partnerships and Web3 projects at New Story, a nonprofit to end global homelessness. In this episode, Maggie talks writing a crypto policy for New Story’s donor, fundraising, and family-support strategy and her observations around crypto & Web3’s succe...

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Could blockchain and the decentralized web mean the end of surveillance capitalism? Maybe! In this episode, Perkins Coie partner Charlyn Ho defines digital identity, explains how blockchain empowers users to take control of their data, and shares how Web3 could dismantle Big Tech’s monopoly on Big Data - if it’s built the right way. 

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The status quo of investment in Black founders needs to change: BrainTrust and BrainTrust Founders Studio CEO & founder Kendra Bracken-Ferguson is building the catalyst. Kendra talks about her journey from corporate intrapreneur to an entrepreneur, shares lessons from a career that spans public relations, brand strategy, beauty, wellness, and entrepreneurship, and why she loves leading ad supporting founders through the challen...

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Art NFTs are disrupting the art market as we have known it, says Playform CEO Jennifer Chang in our first episode of 2022. In this episode, we explore how NFTs could solve the traditional art industry’s homogeneity and gatekeeper problem. We also unpack how blockchain and AI technology are bridging the gap between artist and supporter like never before, with the potential for economic upside. 

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December 10, 2021 55 mins

Actor, producer, and activist Alysia Reiner joins us to revisit her film Equity, discuss the stories that surround women & money and get candid about her relationship to wealth. We learn more about Alysia’s outlook on investing in ideas and people that drive social and environmental change, and explore why making art and making money are often at ideological odds. 

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Attention: American listeners!

Did you know Health Savings Accounts are investment accounts? These often-underutilized financial tools offer the opportunity to passively grow your wealth, even if allocated to health expenses until the age of 65. Diana Health Chief of Staff Karen Doster joins to share an HSA 101. Whether you’re coming up on open enrollment or just finished, this mini-episode is a quick but important listen! 

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In America, it is easier to lose money to banks, credit cards, and lenders than it is to earn and grow it. In this episode, author and financial sector reform activist Elena Botella explains exactly why that is and exposes the American financial system for its exploitative structures. With years of experience in the credit card industry, Elena shares her expertise in America’s unique and dangerous way of using the financial sector ...

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A money story is your history and relationship with money and wealth. Did you grow up with enough of it? Are you still insecure about it? Are you afraid to make more of it? Everyone has a money story but not everyone shares them. Author Jennifer Risher is breaking this cycle with her recent book, ‘’We Need to Talk: A Memoir About Wealth.” In this episode, we talk to Jennifer about her experience getting wealthy during the dot-com b...

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The definition of breadwinner is wider than what society leads us to believe. In this episode, Bethanie Baynes, the Breadwinning Women’s community founder at Google, shares how she helps those who identify as breadwinners manage relationship dynamics, tough conversations, forward financial planning, self-confidence and more. 

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Activism is among society’s most important work. So why is it almost always unpaid? And if traditional capitalism has gotten us here, could the token economy change this pattern? In this episode with Women of SexTech president and sex worker rights and labor rights activist, SX Noir, we scratch the surface on a critical hypothesis: crypto-enabled metaverses could solve the problem of unpaid activism.

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In this episode, we chat with The Justice Dept. founder and CEO Jennifer Justice about her career’s evolution and how her experiences in law and music - two particularly male-dominated sectors - have shaped her company’s mission to make women money and further women-owned businesses. 

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Speaker Bio: Jennifer Justice is an entertainment and live-experience executive known for h...

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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a disproportionate effect on women and triggered the “she-cession.” In the US alone, women lost 5 million jobs, with 80% of jobs lost in government, retail, education & health services, and leisure & hospitality. Where will women in the workforce and the fight to close the gender wealth gap go from here? In this episode, LinkedIn Editor at Large Caroline Fairchild, who covers the future of work...

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Have you ever thought about being a digital nomad? The last year has accelerated the normalization of remote and hybrid working for many job roles. Combined with a yearning for travel’s resumption, more people are considering a digital nomad lifestyle. In this episode, long-time digital nomad and founder/CEO of Nomad Tax, Krystal Pino, shares how to plan and manage finances as a digital nomad, travel and integrate authentically, an...

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What percentage of one’s wealth should be in cryptocurrency? What financial products exist in the crypto space to accrue passive income? What does decentralized finance actually mean? Crypto experts Sophie Holm and Harrison Comfort return in the second part of this interview with crypto convert Nicole Kyle and talk about a new venture to disrupt the crypto asset management space. 

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Talk of cryptocurrency has gone mainstream - but how to take action with crypto largely remains a mystery. In this unique series, our co-hosts flip the script: crypto-convert Nicole Kyle asks the questions and crypto-expert Sophie Holm has the answers. Sophie is joined by I Also podcast producer and fellow cryptocurrency expert Harrison Comfort as they reveal the fundamentals of cryptocurrency, blockchain, and NFTs. This is not to ...

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Short. Call. Put. Long. What do these things have in common? Options trading is a key factor in meme stock trading and enabled the $GME run. In this episode, we continue with meme stock experts and Salience Capital co-founders Lily Francus and Monica Turrey. Lily and Monica teach us how options work and how they may make you money.

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What happened with GameStop can be attributed to meme theory - the same theory that explains viral sensations and fake news. How does it work? Meme theory experts Lily Francus and Monica Turrey turned to day-trading to pay for grad school and now have a rapidly growing following, studying how meme theory impacts the markets. In the first of this two part series, the Salience Capital co-founders teach us the logic behind trading the...

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