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WOMEN'S WORK
PODCAST

Insight from Insiders

Influential women reveal insights on challenging gender and intersectional issues, getting ahead, defining success, taking their place at the table, and how to do it while thriving.

Women’s Work: Rising, Leading, and Thriving
Produced by the Institute for Women, Wellness & Work at Ursuline College

This is a podcast that empowers women to recognize ourselves as the leaders we’ve been waiting for. We take on leadership roles in different ways but know this: all women lead. Whether you’re climbing the corporate ladder, a stay-at-home mom (a.k.a., a working mom), whether you’re running for office or a social influencer, a student or a volunteer in your community, you are a leader.
We all face challenges and have areas for growth yet we also have the ability to cultivate our strengths and become the leaders we want to be. Join us and learn about diverse women leaders who courageously share their challenges and ambitions, how they’ve overcome gender and intersectional challenges, and where they’ve found value in their own identities. Listen for mentoring tips, leadership strategies, and discover how to find your voice.
Embrace your strengths and claim your seat at the table.

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Meet the Host

 
Gina Messina, Ph.D., M.B.A. is an author, educator, and thought leader. Well recognized as an expert practitioner, Gina has an international platform and has spoken at universities, organization, and conferences. She has also presented at the Commission on the Status of Women at United Nations on multiple occasions and in the national news circuit with appearances on MSNBC, PBS, NPR, and SiriusXM Radio. Gina has been welcomed to the TEDx Stage and has been featured in The Washington Post, HuffPost, The Associated Press, and The Boston Globe among others. 

Gina began her career in non-profit advocacy and administration before shifting to higher education. Her background brings together more than 25 years of experience across multiple fields including women’s leadership, intersectionality, emotional intelligence, and spiritual well-being.