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Friday, February 21, 2020

Rise and Thrive!

Wendy Noe Executive Director of Dove Recovery House for Women has been a part of the Rise and Thrive Indianapolis experience.  She talks about the impact the last 7 months has had on her, her business and her family. 

Wendy and the rest of the women will be on stage at The Cabaret sharing their stories in a TED like talk.  We'll have food, drinks and live music to celebrate Women's Month!  


Buy Your Ticket!  Event is March 5th! 


Consider next year's Rise & Thrive experience starting in September 2020


New Badass Womens Council podcast episode is here!

Friday, February 14, 2020

The She Said Project - My Sister in Stories

I met Kerry Rossow in 2014 when we did a Listen to Your Mother show in Indianapolis.  We had written orginal pieces and been chosen to read them in a beautiful theater to a loving crowd on Mother's Day weekend. 

How amazing that I'm not hosting my own Stand Tall in Your Story show on March 5th in a beautiful theater for the women of Rise and Thrive Indianapolis to share their stories. 

AND, Kerry went on to found a show,The She Said Project.  Some of us are just meant to write and tell our stories.  Kerry and I are sisters in stories. 

The day I met her I wanted her to be my sister or my neighbor or somehow in my life!  

You'll love this one, try not to spit out your coffee, she's a funny one!



New Badass Womens Council podcast episode is here!

Friday, February 7, 2020

Jillian Walker: Breaking Barriers for Women

We need you ...
to start a conversation. 

Education can take a lot of forms; classroom, video, podcasts, reading .... 

and ...


Jillian Walker, founder of MicroChip Indy is a woman on a mission, one we can and should join.  

From today's episode, we're asking you to start a conversation about the gap that exists in childcare.  

Go to 

1. Share the stats 

2. Share the article

3. Share your story and your perspective

4. Sign up to get updates

Join the conversation to spread massive education on a topic that impacts our economy, our community and our families. 

You can make a massive difference by having an authentic conversation and sharing this challenge that exists in cities around the country for career women.  We need you to talk to your dad, your brother, your husband and your uncles. 



of US companies offer back up childcare services (ONLY 3%!)


in financial losses to Indiana businesses due to caregiving issues


of highly qualified women with children off-ramp or leave their careers due to a lack of flexibility


Jillian Needs: 

1. To Educate on this Topic

2. A Building 

3. Money 

Let's do this badasses, we all can contribute to #1


New Badass Womens Council podcast episode is here!

Friday, January 31, 2020

Courageous Courteous Creative .. Not Your Typical Lawyer

Andrea Sager has flipped the script on the stereotype of traditional law.  Her heart for the entrepreneur and small business owner led her to leave her firm to create something far different to meet her clients needs. 

Andrea will inspire you and remind you that serving your customer, meeting them where they are to add value and be relevant is the best answer and the most profitable answer. 

There are RICH resources available on her site: Andrea Sager Law

Follow on Instagram for free advice and inspo! 

Andrea Sager on IG




New Badass Womens Council podcast episode is here!

Friday, January 24, 2020

Linking Indy Women Keynote: Three Keys to Thrive

This is the audio from a keynote I did for Linking Indy Women in Indianapolis.  Over 100 amazing career women came early on January 15th to The Hatch co-working space to build community and hear about THRIVING! 

Because this was a keynote, there are slides visual slides referenced. 

Striving vs Thriving

1. We're all a little afraid 

2. Our uniqueness is our superpower

3. Nobody thrives alone. 

I'd love to keynote your next conference! 

Rebecca on LinkedIn 

New Badass Womens Council podcast episode is here!