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על ידי Kimberly Ann Johnson, Kimberly Ann Johnson: Author, and Co-founder of the School for Postpartum Care התגלה על ידי Player FM והקהילה שלנו - זכויות היוצרים שמורות למפרסם, לא ל-Player FM, והשמע מוזרם ישירות מהשרתים שלכם. הירשמו כדי לעקוב אחר עדכונים ב-Player FM, או הדביקו את כתובת העדכונים באפליקציות פודקאסט אחרות.
What Clelia Shares:
- Her journey with money coming from generational wealth
- Accepted gender roles within her community and her work with Mama Gena and Barbara Stanny
- Turning point in her journey about her role as a woman came with having an abortion
- How she came to terms with money, wanting to enter the “marble hall of the daddies,” and getting there
What You’ll Learn:
- What gender roles look like in communities with generational wealth
- System of dependence in humanitarian aid paralleled system of dependence of being wealthy and feeling that you will be taken care of
- Women are outside of the worlds of money + commerce
- Revenue - costs = profits
- Assuming she would have a non-accretive job, and a virtuous, non-threatening in dating
- Thinking business school was a “world of benevolent daddies”
- Business school is 75% male, 25% female (the one professional school that remains disproportionately male)
- What business school is really like
- The shift to be motivated by money and power
- Interviewing women in business, and if they’d left, why had they left?
- Shifting structures and logistics in keeping women in workforce, but there is something much more profound than “solving” the logistical problems
- Generations and stages of feminism in business, the metaphor of a building
- Few models for feminine leadership
- Codeshifting women do in corporate jobs
- Online businesses are operating outside of the core systems of power that exist (real estate, technology, finance)
- The US is not a true capitalist country, it is a corporatist country
- We give corporations (not people ) welfare, with bailouts
- Market-based system, where both people come as empowered transactors
- What about reparations- how do we level things so people are empowered transactors? How do we level set the system?
- What rich people really do or think- are they Democrats or Republicans?
- Economy managed on merits, based on financial outcomes
- 2500 years of white supremacist patriarchy that we’ve lived in, and we are in a transition
- Developing a vocabulary of collective questioning
- Being a channel and gauging with her intuition when deciding whether to invest
- Why it’s taboo to state your sex within business, even if that may be informing your communication style
- Does she look for female-run companies to invest in?
- Masculine as triangle, feminine as a circle