Work and Life on Business Radio
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Work and Life is a radio show that explores everything related to work and the rest of life; your home and family, your community and society, and your private self (mind, body, and spirit). You’ll hear from the world’s leading experts – including researchers, CEOs, psychologists – and from everyday people in all kinds of jobs and families, with the aim of helping you become more informed and effective in creating harmony among the different parts of life.
Work and Life is a live interview and call-in show that airs Tuesdays, 7:00–9:00 PM, EST, hosted by Prof. Stew Friedman, Director of Wharton’s Work/Life Integration Project. We broadcast from the Wharton School on the University of Pennsylvania campus.
The mission of Business Radio Powered by The Wharton School is to educate listeners about business and management in order to maximize their personal career success and enhance the social and economic performance of the organizations in which they work. Read the press release about our launch.
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- February 25:Deika Morrison, Eng’94 W’94, WG’08 — Co-Founder and President, DoGood Jamaica.
- February 25: Jerry Jacobs — Professor of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania and Founding President, Work and Family Researchers Network.
- February 18: Wharton Total Leadership Alumni: Judith Duval, W’03; Matthew Jennings, WG’12; Eugene Lebedev, WG’10; Richard Meene, WG’11; Goshin Mizuno, WG’12; Sean O’Reilly, WG’10; David Tucker, W’09.
- February 11: Wharton Women: Pamela Freed, Nohemie Sanon, Meaghan Casey, and Kristina Milyuchikhina current members of Wharton Women in Business.
- February 11: Jessica DeGroot, WG’94 – Founder and Executive Director, Third Path Institute.
- February 4: Katrina Alcorn – Author, Maxed Out: American Moms on the Brink.
- February 4: Marci Alboher, Penn ’88 –Lawyer-turned journalist/author and VP,Encore.org.
- January 28: Brad Harrington – Executive Director and Research Professor, Boston College Center for Work & Family and Founder, The New Dad.
- January 28: Ellen Ernst Kossek – Basil S. Professor of Management, Purdue University and President, Work and Family Researchers Network.
- January 21: Matt Schneider, W’97 – Co-Founder, NYC Dads Group.
- January 21: Deborah Epstein Henry – Founder, Flex-Time Lawyers; author, Law and Reorder; and Co-Founder, Bliss Lawyers.
- January 14: Erin Owen – Founder, Your Performance Breakthrough.
- January 14: Brett Hurt, WG’99 — Co-owner of Hurt Family Investments and Vice Chairman, former CEO and Co-Founder, Bazaarvoice.
- Connie Gersick – Visiting Scholar, Yale School of Management. New research on the lives and careers of Boomer women.
- Wharton Men — David Ash, WG’15; Vikram Madan, WG’15; Kareem Howard, WG’14 and Siddharth Shankar, WG’14.
- Alyssa Friede Westring — Asst. Professor of Management, Driehaus College of Business, DePaul University. Her work focuses on young professionals’ anticipated work/life conflict and managing multiple roles.
- Ashley Milne-Tyte – Journalist and founder of The Broad Experience a podcast and radio show about women, the workplace, and success.
- Erica Dhawan, W’07 — Author, Speaker, Founder and CEO, Cotential. How to ignite the connected potential of people to influence work and life.
- Allison Karl O’Kelly — Founder and CEO of Mom Corps a national professional staffing company helping talented people find flexible work.
- Joan C. Williams – Distinguished Professor of Law, UC Hastings Foundation Chair and Director of the Center for WorkLife Law
- Lisa Belkin – New York Times columnist for nearly three decades, senior work/life/family columnist at the Huffington Post, author of several books and of seminal articles on Opting-Out.
- Stephanie Coontz – Director of Research and Public Education for the Council on Contemporary Families.
- Julie Smolyansky – President and CEO, Lifeway Foods. Insights about creating harmony among all parts of life from the youngest female CEO of a publicly-held firm, mother of two, benefactor, and avid marathoner.
- Maggie Jackson — Former Boston Globe columnist and author of What’s Happening to Home? Balancing Work, Life and Refuge in the Information Age.
- Ellen Galinsky – President and Co-Founder, Families and Work Institute.
- Meg Hirshberg – Contributing editor and former columnist for Inc. and author, For Better or for Work:A Survival Guide for Entrepreneurs and Their Families .
- Doug Conant — Chairman, Kellogg Executive Leadership Institute, Past CEO and President, Campbell Soup; author Touchpoints.
- Brigid Schulte — Reporter, Washington Post. Author, Overwhelmed: Work, Love, and Play When No One Has Time. Helping people craft full lives with room for their souls.
- Prasad Setty – Vice President, People Analytics and Compensation at Google. What research at Google indicates about what makes people most effective in creating harmony between work and the rest of life.
- Anne-Marie Slaughter – President and CEO, New America Foundation. Author of ground-breaking Atlantic article that ignited a new national conversation about work and the rest of life.
- Peter McGraw — Director of the Humor Research Lab at the University of Colorado and author of The Humor Code: A Global Search For What Makes Things Funny.
- Neil Blumenthal, WG’10 – Co-Founder and Co-CEO, Warby Parker. What are progressive CEOs and companies doing to create harmony between work and the rest of life?
- Nilofer Merchant – Corporate Director, Author, Innovator, speaker, former CEO.
- Janet Hanson — Founder of 85Broads, a global network of 30,000 trailblazing women, formerly with Goldman Sachs and Lehman Brothers.