Season 3 Podcast Finale!

In this special episode of Culture Stew, we celebrate the year by looking back at some of our amazing conversations with our incredible guests. In this hour-long special, we take a listen to seven of our guests this year and reflect on the amazing conversations, questions, stories and lessons we’ve learned. In this episode we […]

Tech Can Do Better: Addressing Disparities in Tech with Moses Harris & Lawrence Humphrey

Diversity, equity, and inclusion are crucial topic for any industry. One industry in particular that has been under the spotlight for the lack of diversity representation as well as exclusionary and inequitable work environments for diverse identity groups. Wired Magazine recently wrote an article about Silicon Valley’s diversity and recruitment structures that actually hinder opportunities […]

We All Have Work To Do

Culture Stew is going on a brief hiatus to pull together more wonderful content for you! We are working hard to bring you guests who offer unique and valuable perspectives around issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion. In the meantime, we wanted to repost this episode from 2019, which is so timely and offers a […]

Season 1 Episode 11: Invisible Wounds: A Conversation with David Shade, Entrepreneur, War Hero, Survivor

How is resilience linked to diversity, inclusion and identity? What invisible wounds do people carry with them into the workplace and their personal relationships? How do we help ourselves and others build resilience, to not “spring back” but and thrive in our new existence? David Shade is an entrepreneur, a veteran, and a war hero, […]

Stay tuned…

Hi everyone, I had to take a brief hiatus from podcasting and blogging as I prepared and delivered my TEDx talk in Media, PA this week. It was a surreal experience, one that was equally humbling and exhilarating! I will share more and be back with fantastic guests in the coming weeks. Stay tuned!

The “Woke” Olympics

I recently interviewed my colleague Shilpa Alimchandani (her episode will drop next week so tune in!) and she said something that has been ping-ponging around in my mind ever since we talked. Shilpa said we need to stop competing in the “Woke Olympics,” where we’re all in competition to prove we’re more enlightened than the […]

Pops at War

My dad was drafted into the Army to serve in the Korean War the minute he turned 18.  He told my grandmother and aunties not to worry, because he barely weighed 100 pounds soaking wet and was sure they wouldn’t take him.  The Army decided he weighed enough and he was handed his assignment papers.  Then […]

Ok…start running!

Here we go!  I feel like I’m at the top of a roller coaster and in that second of silence before the plummet, when everything slows down for a moment, and I can feel the blood pumping through my veins with greater thickness and purpose, like my body is saying, “this is the end, my […]