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On WorkParty today is Create and Cultivate’s very own Dallas Pop-up Pitch Competition winner, Paulana Lamonier. Paulana is the founder of the New York-based organization, Black People Will Swim, a swimming instruction and advocacy group on a mission to change the narrative that Black folks don't swim.
Kamie Crawford, TV Host, Content Creator, Model, and one of our 2022 Create & Cultivate 100 List recipients, talks about trusting your gut, following intuition, and making things happen. From mastering your mindset to cultivating confidence, Kamie has the best advice for following your dreams. Listen to Kamie's full WorkParty episode at the link.
In this episode of WorkParty, we sit down with the quintessential multi-hyphenate to dive into her incredible career, the blessings and the challenges of starting over, and what the future holds
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In this episode of WorkParty, Jaclyn sits down with Nabela Noor at our digital Self-Care & Beauty Summit to talk about why representation matters, how she’s wielding her influence for good, and what her hopes are for the future of the beauty industry
In this episode of WorkParty, we sit down with Morgan Mercer to discuss how she’s using technology to transform workplace training, how to drive empathy and fundamentally make the world more human, and what’s in store for the future
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In this episode of WorkParty, we sit down with Lindsay McCormick to dive into the triple bottom line framework of her sustainable oral care line, Bite Toothpaste Bits, and learn more about her mission to eliminate the one billion plastic toothpaste tubes that end up in our landfills and ocean every single year
In this episode of WorkParty, we sit down with True Religion co-founder Kym Gold to learn how she found her place in a male-dominated industry, built a multi-million dollar denim empire, and pivoted to a new career
In this special episode of WorkParty podcast, Create & Cultivate founder and CEO Jaclyn Johnson chats through some of your most pressing COVID-19 biz Qs with C&C’s editorial director Sacha Strebe. Scroll on to listen to the full episode (safely recorded via Zoom to account for social distancing). https://bit.ly/2CiYzcT
Grab your headphones (and a notebook and a pen while you're at it) because these 5-star episodes of WorkParty are going to inspire you to put that business plan you've had on the back burner into action. https://bit.ly/3f1QQin
“Don’t talk about money.” We’ve all heard this phrase at least once in our lives but we’re kicking off the new decade singing a different tune. That is, with more transparency and open dialogue around money, salaries, and the notion that women are content with what they’re given—that's simply not true. In this episode, we sit down with Divya Gugnani, CEO and co-founder of Wander Beauty, and serial entrepreneur.
WorkParty is back, 🎙 and Jaclyn Johnson is chatting with Divya Gugnani, the CEO and Co-Founder of Wander Beauty 💄a line of multitasking beauty essentials, keeping women on the go gorgeous. Hear how Divya went from investing banking at Goldman Sachs to winning 30+ beauty awards in only 4 years. Plus, Divya dishes out some fundraising and money management FACTS. 💯 Tune in at the link! 🎧
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"Confidence begets confidence begets confidence." Jaclyn Johnson, author of Work Party
Jaclyn Johnson—the founder and CEO behind Create & Cultivate and author of Work Party
Nobody will blame you if you're tired of the word 'Mentorship.' It had a moment—and for good reason—but soon it was gauzed in millennial-targeting and corporate-speak. Now the word might trigger anxiety about an unfulfilled relationship, an unmet career goal, or an unsent email sitting in your drafts folder. Or maybe, if you're honest with yourself, you don't really know what it means anymore. We're here to change that, first by defining what mentorship isn't. It isn't exclusive to one gender,