Podcasts - KAAIwomen
#S02 Episode 2: Chisato Eda Marling (US)
The MIC traveled all the way to Rochester New York to have a talk with Chisato Eda Marling a talented musician with Japanese roots. Today she is a professional saxophonist, saxophone instructor, and Manager of Education and Community Partnerships of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra.Listen to the conversation and learn more about the cultural differences between Japan and the US and how she combines her personal life with having two jobs.
#S02 Episode 1: Lies Eeckman (Belgium)
The MIC stayed between our national borders to have a conversation with Lies Eeckman from Brussels. How does one combine a busy job with having 5 children? With the necessary help from her loved ones, Lies managed to keep her life on track. For her, authenticity is truly key.
#Episode 6: Anne Ludmann (Belgium)
Anne Ludmann is General Manager at Sapphire House in Antwerp. She has more that 20 years of experience in the tourism and the hotel business. She ran luxury hotels internationally and lived in New York and France before moving to Belgium. Even though she does not have a standard routine, she still values structure in life.
#Episode 5 - Angélique Van Gils (Belgium)
Our KAAI MIC stayed in our home country, Belgium, to talk with Angélique Van Gils. Angélique is the co-founder and -owner of 'Pursuit Femmes' a Belgian fashion label specialized in tailor-made suits for women. "Communication is rule number one", listen now and discover what it's like to start a brand together with your two daughters.
#Episode 4 - Mayu Yoshida (Japan)
The MIC traveled all the way to Japan to talk with Mayu Yoshida. Mayu was a news correspondent, anchor, and reporter for Thomas Reuters and Reuters news agency in Japan until she decided to become a freelance reporter. Listen to the podcast to get insights about the work-life balance for women in Japan and how it has changed over the years and learn more about Mayu's decision to not adhere to the Japanese norm for stay-at-home moms.
#Episode 3 -Annie Bourdeau (Canada)
The MIC travelled to Toronto, Canada to talk with Annie Bourdeau. Annie is the CEO of Amplius Business Design, a consulting firm aiming to innovate the world of healthcare, pharma and biotech. For 10 years she worked as an academic scientist, but then she decided to jump off the cliff and start her own company. On this episode Annie talks about how she manages her busy schedule with family life.
#Episode 2 - Rasha Ezzeddine (Kuwait)
The MIC travelled to Kuwait to talk with Rasha Ezzeddine, a Belgian with Lebanese roots who lives between Kuwait and Dubai. Rasha is Marketing Director in the telecom industry and Chief Marketing Officer at GigCMO. She has been staying all over the world and considers herself a global citizen who's obsessed with music, books, organizing and handbags.
#Episode 1 - Milan Ball (USA)
The MIC travelled to Virginia in the US to talk with Milan Ball. She founded her own platform PHILAN, to help consumers track their own impact and works as a content marketing strategist for a company in tech. With a background in the fashion industry, she's still getting used to the concept of being a woman in tech. She builds her day around her work schedule. By working with international partners, she doesn't live by fixed daily schedules and routines.