Stand up comedian Melissa Shoshahi fills us in on being a woman in comedy, how she fights for equal pay, how she brings her life experience as an Iranian American into her act and how she deals with the praise and hate that come her way.
Second City alumni and master improv trainer, Kate Ashby, joins the Being A Woman For Men Podcast to talk with us about her very positive experience growing up in a house of boys, how she discovered improv and its benefits in life and how she came to be known as one of the best teachers in the biz for aspiring actors, comedians and even patients at the Centre For Addiction and Mental Health.
Executive Producer of "The Real O'Neals," Stacy Traub, talks about her initial exposure to sexism in the work place, her inspiration and education from a female show runner, and how she's managed to make her home and work a nourishing, positive place for her, her family and her very diverse coworkers.
Single mom, sales rep, casting agent, TV Executive... these and many others are titles Joan Lambur has had during her amazing life and career. Her never quit style and always finding a way to rise from the ashes helped her break through the glass ceiling and kick down the doors of the Old Boys Club. Her stories make for an inspiring episode filled with laughs and thoughtful messages we can all enjoy.