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womenonthemove
Women on The Move Podcast
Women on the Move is JPMorgan Chase’s commitment to fuel female ambition and advance financial equality.
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4.9 stars from 53 ratings
🤔 The Detroit Land Bank?
There are benefits yet many flaws associated with the Detroit Land Bank. I was surprised to hear the praise about this organization because they are notorious for blindly selling properties without proper investigation.
beniebocks via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/01/21
Informative and inspiring
I found this podcast because I was looking for a quality podcast to learn from, get inspired and get empowered from other amazing women. I love the diversity and the short stories of these women which helps when time is a factor. I have shared this podcast in my women empowerment group that I...Read full review »
Tami O'Connell via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/11/20
So inspiring and informative!
I love the variety of topics in each season and every episode leaves me even more inspired than the last!
tsedolma via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/18/20
Recent Episodes
Published 08/04/22
When Shelly Porges learned in 2017 that women were only receiving 2.7 percent of global venture capital, she started thinking about what she could do to change that. By 2018, she had co-founded the Billion Dollar Fund for Women (now Beyond the Billion), and within a year more than $1 billion was...
Published 08/04/22
The question from our community of female founders is how can we use having a diverse team as an advantage during pitch meetings?   WOTM host, Sam Saperstein invites Pamela Ellsworth, Managing Director and Head of VC Coverage at JPMorgan Chase to share her take on using diverse teams to your...
Published 07/28/22
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