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Jennifer Iannolo

Fostering Women’s Empowerment and Entrepreneurship, with Jennifer Iannolo

Renaissance woman and entrepreneur Jennifer Iannolo brings her insights to audiences from Harvard to Kathmandu. As a featured speaker for the U.S. State Department, she travels the globe fostering women’s empowerment and entrepreneurship, including a recent tour of Nepal. In 2015 Jennifer launched The Concordia Project™ to bring forth a global conversation of inclusive empowerment, as well as programs to guide young women through their key decision-making moments in life. She recently shared insights from the project at UN Headquarters during the Commission on the Status of Women.


A pioneer in digital content, Jennifer co-created Culinary Media Network® — the world’s first all-food podcast channel — in 2006. She’s been featured in media from television to Bloomberg Businessweek, to a New York Times bestseller, and the documentary Eat. Cook. Love.


While an undergraduate at NYU’s Stern School of Business, she built her second company and chaired a conference on social entrepreneurship (before it was an official major or buzzword). Today she collaborates with leaders of social impact, including the Centre for Social Innovation, the ONE Campaign, and various UN organizations. Jennifer lives in New York City, and can be found in the ether as @foodphilosophy.


What you’ll learn about in this episode:

• Delivering insight to students by fostering women’s empowerment

• How Jennifer helps people bring their lives to the next level

• What the Culinary Media Network is and how it began as a podcast

• Coming to terms with an autoimmune diagnosis

• Finding your way out of the darkness and determining the next step

• Jennifer’s pursuit to save the world by teaching entrepreneurship

• The reality of your situation and the entrepreneurial mindset

• Micro-level way of thinking versus macro-level way of thinking

• Being an entrepreneur in your own life and making a difference in your community

• Creating a think-tank of women and a virtual think-tank discussion

• Guiding young women through key decision-making moments

• Why we’re more alike than we are different

• The critical belief as an entrepreneur and using your necessary tools

• Taking risks that would make non-entrepreneurs run

• Straddling cultures and looking at entrepreneurship from a global viewpoint

• Habits of an entrepreneur that help achieve success

• Balancing the things you love to be successful and the importance of scheduling rest

• Connecting people with business ideas and entrepreneurship

• Taking talents in entrepreneurship and helping others

• On the other side of terror: the ultimate freedom of taking ownership

 

 

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