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Glen Eagle Advisors CEO Susan Michel hosts Women's Wealth: The Middle Way® - the radio show aimed at helping YOU navigate work, money, and family! Tune in every other Wednesday for a new episode!

Glen Eagle Advisors CEO Susan Michel hosts Women's Wealth: The Middle Way® - the radio show aimed at helping YOU navigate work, money, and family! Tune in every other Wednesday for a new episode!
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Glen Eagle Advisors CEO Susan Michel hosts Women's Wealth: The Middle Way® - the radio show aimed at helping YOU navigate work, money, and family! Tune in every other Wednesday for a new episode!




A Head Coach's Journey with Rebecca Grzybowski

Rebecca Grzybowski shares her journey from collegiate rower, to training for the Olympic trials, to becoming a head coach, and what motivated her through each step. As a mother of two, Rebecca had to adjust to not only leading a team of women, but to also caring for her two sons, and learning how to “flex the muscle” of asking others for help along the way. Named the head coach of Temple University’s women’s rowing team in 2012, Rebecca led the team to win the Dad Vail Regatta in the 2019...


Empathy-Driven Innovation with Hetal Parikh

Hetal Parikh is a dynamic entrepreneur who drives innovation with a culture of empathy. She co-founded Rangam Consultants, a minority, woman-and disability-owned workforce solutions company, with her husband in 1995. She has worked to create a company culture of inclusion and collaboration through innovation in special education, disability hiring, and reemployment of veterans and with mottos of “Employment for Everyone” and “Empathy Drives Innovation.” Hetal’s commitment to empowering and...


Blending It Together with Judith Germano

This week, Susan is joined by Judith Germano. Judith is an adjunct professor at NYU Law, the founder of Germano Law, a senior fellow at the NYU Center for Cybersecurity, a mother of two, and a triathlete. Judith joins Susan today to talk about cybersecurity law and women in the field of cybersecurity. She gives helpful advice on the importance of blending together multiple disciplines in cybersecurity, as well as how blending carries over into our everyday lives, including how she blends...


Beauty for Everyone with Dana Donofree

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and in this episode, Susan is joined by Dana Donofree, founder of AnaOno. After being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010 at the age of 27, Dana applied her degree in fashion design, a successful fashion industry career, and her 15+ years of experience toward designing, launching and growing AnaOno, a line that is made for those just like her, with lingerie, swim and loungewear options made for those affected by breast cancer, breast surgeries,...


A Recipe for Success with Laurie Cummins & Alexandra Groezinger

Laurie Cummins and her daughter, Alexandra Groezinger, join Susan Michel and Carol Ann Fernandez to share their story. Laurie and her husband started their business, Groezinger Provisions, Inc. in 1982. As a woman in business, especially in the male-dominated food industry, Laurie has faced and overcome challenges to achieve the success that her business has today. Her daughter, Alexandra, joined her in the business in 2014. Since then, the duo has continued to achieve new heights, and their...


Finding a Successful Balance in Your Career and Family with Ande Frazier

This week, Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle Advisors, is joined by guest Ande Frazier, a successful finance and insurance industry executive. Ande has had many ambitions and plans for her life both personally and professionally. Despite going through a divorce at a young age and being a single mom, Ande was able to excel in her role as a mother and simultaneously pursue her career passions. Through her hard work, she was able to rise to a CEO position within 3 years! Ande is proof that...


From Law to Love to LLC with Rita Goodroe

Today, Susan is joined by Rita Goodroe, founder of Rita Made Me DO It! Rita founded “Women’s Business Garden,” a free, global community that provides education and community events to women entrepreneurs, in 2015. She was a lawyer for 13 years, but after realizing that she wasn’t happy with her career choice, Rita quit her job to become a dating coach and a mentor to women in business. Listen as she shares her humorous and empowering story with Susan, including going on 35 dates in 35...


The Importance of Dialogue with Teens with Lauren Galley

At the age of 15, Lauren Galley became the founder and CEO of Girls Above Society, a nonprofit designed to give girls confidence and cybersmarts in our media-driven society. Today, the 24-year-old award-winning teen mentor, Amazon Best Selling Author, TEDx Speaker, and Girl Power Expert is dedicated to empowering young girls to be confident and cybersmart as they face the tough pressures of living in today’s world. Lauren has learned a lot along the way, including that it’s easier to get...


Intern Advice with the 2019 Glen Eagle Interns

Internships have increasingly become a popular way for young adults to spend their summers. Having an internship provides work experience, learning experiences that are not gained in the classroom, and networking connections to many college-age young adults looking to get their foot in the door in today’s workforce. This week, Susan is joined by Carol Ann Fernandez, and the four interns working in the Glen Eagle office this summer. Join us as Sarah, Nishali, Abhi, and Kirti share their...


Community and Confidence with Jahanvi Sardana

Growing up attending an all-girls school in India, Jahanvi was given the opportunity to grow and excel while surrounded by a tight-knit community of intelligent women who pushed her to be the best version of herself. The experience gave her the confidence to immigrate to the United States to attend The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. She then launched into a career in finance in New York City, where the self-assurance her upbringing fostered continued to guide her. Tune in...


Growing Your Business from Home with Caryn Kopp

Caryn Kopp is the Chief Door Opener® at Kopp Consulting, the company she built from the ground up, which specializes in helping business owners land initial meetings with high-level decision makers at big-time companies. She is also a best-selling author, nationally-recognized speaker and expert in business development who can be seen in Inc., Forbes, Fortune Magazine and Newsweek and has been featured on the Wall Street Journal Morning Show. Caryn discusses the dynamics of building her...


From Mother to Inventor with Krista Woods

Any mom of an athlete knows the battle with the never-ending odors coming from their children’s sports gear. After months of trial and error, research and planning, Krista Woods, mother of three, decided to take matters into her own hands. She invented GloveStix®, an award-winning and patented odor management system using all-natural ingredients. With no previous manufacturing or e-commerce experience, and after only 7 months in business, Krista entered a “Mom Inventor” contest on NBC’s...


Handling Life’s Difficult Moments with Lara Currie

Lara Currie is a coach, speaker, and the author of “Difficult Happens,” who works with professionals in high-stakes, high-stress, purpose-driven fields. With more than 27 years of experience in high conflict positions such as an investigative journalist, private-investigator and court appointed child advocate -- all while raising children of her own -- she has a unique and intuitive understanding of why people act and react the way they do. Tune in to hear Lara’s advice on understanding our...


Sarah Coyne on the Issue of Princesses and Girls’ Development

It turns out that Snow White and Cinderella aren't as harmless as you thought they were. BYU Professor of family life Sarah Coyne discusses her research findings that girls who spend more time watching princess movies and playing with princess toys are less courageous and independent later on in life. What can we do to portray the right messages to girls while still allowing them to enjoy their favorite shows? How can we recognize and change the subtle differences in the way we speak to...


Jaya Iyer On Following Your Dreams—Whatever They May Be

When Jaya’s young daughter expressed a passion for anything outer space, Jaya, with a Ph.D. in Fashion Merchandising, naturally set out to find some space-themed clothing for her. However, she was disappointed to find that the only space-themed—or STEM themed, for that matter—apparel could be found in the boy’s section. So, Jaya left her job to start her own clothing company. With girls’ shirts featuring dinosaurs and boys’ shirts with butterflies, Jaya’s company, Svaha, encourages everyone...


Tara Sonenshine: From Emmy Awards to the White House

Tara Sonenshine, former Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs, Executive Vice President of United States Institute of Peace and Special Assistant to President Bill Clinton, among other positions, sits down with Susan to discuss the lessons she has learned from her career path. From dropping out of law school after a day and a half to pursuing journalism on a whim to juggling children and working in the White House, Tara has collected plenty of career wisdom for...


Opening Up in the Business World with Michelle Tenzyk

Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle, sits down with Michelle Tenzyk, CEO and Founder of East Tenth Group, a People Strategy, Leadership and Executive Coaching Firm. Michelle worked her way up the corporate ladder to executive strategic HR positions. While doing so, though, she was diagnosed with a serious, debilitating illness, one that often carries a tremendous social stigma. In 2014, Michelle founded the movement, The Truth Behind Our Titles®: Strength, Resilience and Hope for the...


The Climb to Self-Love with Kara Richardson Whitely

Kara’s habit of turning to food for comfort during difficult times throughout her childhood followed her into adulthood. By the time she finished college, she was 360 pounds and was even further weighed down by her low self-esteem. Later, Kara set off on a quest to climb Mount Kilimanjaro despite her weight. Only 45% of hikers make it to the summit, but Kara’s drive to prove to herself that she could accomplish whatever she set her mind to pushed her to the top. However, her path to healing...


Starting Fresh and Giving Back with Wendy Selig-Prieb

Wendy’s career path has been anything but linear. After graduating law school, she worked in law for only a year before taking a leap into working for Major League Baseball, where she climbed the ladder and became the only female CEO of a Major League team at the time with the Milwaukee Brewers. The Woman In Sports and Events Woman of the Year Award finalist then jumped to a very different scene: fashion. She began a business representing Worth New York and, as president of the company,...


30 Minutes a Day to Save Your Life with Lilian Stielstra

Lilian’s story may sound familiar to many of us: a mom of two, working a high-stress job, spending a lot of time in the car and on the go, putting her own health on the backburner. Overweight and with high blood pressure, she suffered from a stroke at the age of only 46. Lucky enough to survive with no lasting disabilities, Lilian began to take control over her health and walk for 30 minutes each morning, which slowly progressed to running miles a day. Although her transformation required...