Generation Women performed a one-off show for Podcast Mixtape at the Greene Space in NYC on Monday February 5th, co-presented by WNYC. The theme was "My Digital Revolution".
We sold out! Re-watch the livestream here.
Team 20: Vera Papisova is Teen Vogue’s first ever Wellness Editor. In addition to running their award-winning sexual assault awareness campaign #NotYourFault, Papisova is responsible for producing stories spanning the topics of health (physical and mental), nutrition and diet, sexual identity, sexual health, relationships and dating, and fitness.
Team 30: Kathy Tu is the co-host and producer of Nancy, a podcast about the LGBTQ experience today. Prior to Nancy, Kathy worked on The Memory Palace, The Mortified Podcast, Masterpiece Studio, and others. And prior to that she was an EMT and law school grad. Kathy's on twitter @_kathytu.
Team 40: Sara Shepard is the best-selling author of Pretty Little Liars, The Lying Game series, The Perfectionists, The Heiresses, and The Amateurs. Her new novel, The Elizas, is out this April.
Team 50: Majora Carter is a NYC real estate developer, Peabody Award-winning public radio producer & host, a Business Insider Silicon Alley 100, one of Goldman Sachs' 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs, and a MacArthur 'Genius' Fellow. She has eight honorary PhDs, and lives in the same South Bronx community where she was born and raised, because she believes: You don't have to move out of your neighbourhood, to live in a better one.
Team 60: Chirlane McCray is the First Lady of New York City. As First Lady, Ms. McCray created ThriveNYC—the most comprehensive mental health plan of any city or state in the nation—and spearheads a nationwide Cities Thrive coalition of nearly 200 mayors across the U.S. to advance mental health reform. Ms. McCray also helps lead the City’s gender equity and domestic violence efforts as co-chair of the Commission on Gender Equity and Domestic Violence Task Force.
Team 70: Carol Prisant has been an antiques dealer and appraiser. She’s written both of Antiques Roadshow’s encyclopedias, another book on connoisseurship, a dog memoir, and last year, she published her first novel, Catch 26. For the past thirty years, she’s been the New York editor of The World of Interiors magazine.
Hosted by Georgia Clark, author of The Regulars and The Bucket List.
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