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Voices of Women at Wartime

Rivkah Lubitch and Rachel Stomel

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From battlefield to bomb shelter, from home front to hospital, from volunteer rosters to victims’ lists—women experience war in distinctive, gendered ways. These are their stories. These are their voices. Voices of Women at Wartime is an Israeli podcast that examines how women affect war and how war affects women. These are the unique perspectives and testimonies of women in their own words—a candid conversation that is sometimes hopeful, sometimes heartbreaking, and always essential as Isra ...
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Voices of Women Physicians

Tatyana Reznik MD, FACP

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Dr. Tatyana Reznik is a practicing physician and a Certified Life Coach. She interviews many talented women physicians, diving into their journeys to success inside and outside of medicine. Her guests share practical tips from their areas of expertise you can easily apply to your life. Additionally, her solo episodes focus on many effective coaching tools to add more joy to your life. She is here to inspire you, to elevate your voice, and to help you build your happiness toolkit for the jour ...
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Leadership isn't just about titles – it's about making a lasting impact. Welcome to 'Voices of Leadership', the podcast that shines a spotlight on the remarkable women of the International Women’s Forum, who are reshaping industries, defying norms, and being instigators of change. Each episode is a candid conversation with women leaders from across a variety of industries and sectors. As we delve into their stories, our guests will share their insights, wisdom and experiences as they recount ...
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Voices Of Women

Bold Brave TV

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Kris Steinnes is the visionary founder of the Women of Wisdom Conference, which celebrated its 25th year in 2017. As a spiritual leader and meditation teacher, Kris has a commitment to bring feminine consciousness to the forefront of our collective experience. Returning from a world travel odyssey from 1983 – 1986, she began her spiritual journey and discovered her mission to bring people together. After reading the Feminine Face of God, by Patricia Hopkins and Sherry Anderson, a vision was ...
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Quintessential Voices: Britain's biggest conversation celebrating women of colour

Marverine Cole - Journalist, Broadcaster, Podcaster, Diversity Champion

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Quintessential Voices is Britain's biggest conversation, celebrating women of colour. Get ready to smile, laugh, cry and learn after listening to the stories which focus on the lives and journeys of black, asian and minority ethnic women in Britain today. Some of those voices will be famous ones, others will be voices you might never have heard, yet each one of them will entertain you. My guests will be drawn from across the generations, and they’ll come from all walks of life. But the thing ...
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On today's episode, we talk with Sherry Shannon VanStone, a trailblazing, successful serial entrepreneur. Sherry is currently the founder of Profound Impact and the co-founder of Women Funding Women. Sherry's career started with her being an accomplished code breaker, which she explains is just as cool as it sounds. She shares her insights and expe…
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Anne Rethmann, a PhD fellow from Berlin studying at Hebrew University, explains how the notion of “dignity” entered into the discourse on human rights, and describes the gap between individual human rights and collective human rights. Anne also tells us about her personal experience on October 7, and how various countries, particularly Germany, res…
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Valerie Cacho, MD, is an integrative sleep medicine physician and women's sleep expert. Her interests and expertise include diagnosing and treating medical sleep disorders, mind-body approaches to insomnia, self-compassion and mindfulness, clinical hypnotherapy, and promoting sleep health and whole living. She is the president and founder of Sleep …
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On today's episode, we talk with Deborah MacLatchy, President and Vice-Chancellor of Wilfrid Laurier University. She is also a zoologist who is passionate about science and is still actively involved in research and mentoring students across Canada. We discuss the importance of nurturing young girls' interest in science during their high school yea…
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Nigun Halev is a center for Jewish life, ritual, social action, and culture. Rabbi Liora Ezrachi-Vered, Rabbi of Nigun Halev and board member of Tag Meir, talks about their work with Jewish and Arab evacuees of the Galil. https://www.facebook.com/nigunhalev Support and amplify women's voices by contributing to the making of this podcast: Donate now…
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Dr. Basma Faris is a board certified OBGYN and Certified Culinary Medicine Specialist, who started her career as a registered dietitian. She is the founder of PollyPrep which is an educational program and telemedicine practice for people with PCOS. She aims to care for people with PCOS through Nutrition, Medicine and Education and to spread awarene…
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Dr. Basma Faris is a board certified OBGYN and Certified Culinary Medicine Specialist, who started her career as a registered dietitian. She is the founder of PollyPrep which is an educational program and telemedicine practice for people with PCOS. She aims to care for people with PCOS through Nutrition, Medicine and Education and to spread awarene…
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On today's episode, we talk with Tracy Van Kalsbeek. Tracy is an accomplished Executive Director, a passionate volunteer, and a valued community builder. Her leadership journey is a treasure trove of inspiration and wisdom for aspiring leaders. Tracy takes us through her remarkable career trajectory, from her formative cadet days to her influential…
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Esther Markus, a social worker and therapist, manager of clinic resilience center of Sdot Negev, and member of Kibbutz Alumim talks to us about her experience on Oct. 7th and the work she has been doing since. The personal tragic story of her husband’s death is part of the bigger story of the horrific attack of Hamas. Support and amplify women's vo…
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Dr. Maryal Concepcion is a dedicated national speaker and the host of the My DPC Story podcast, committed to enhancing healthcare delivery for both patients and physicians. With over a decade of experience in the traditional model of insurance-based healthcare, she made a bold move to establish her own Direct Primary Care clinic, Big Trees MD, in r…
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Dr. Maryal Concepcion is a dedicated national speaker and the host of the My DPC Story podcast, committed to enhancing healthcare delivery for both patients and physicians. With over a decade of experience in the traditional model of insurance-based healthcare, she made a bold move to establish her own Direct Primary Care clinic, Big Trees MD, in r…
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Are you ready to learn how to talk about your work using purposeful self-promotion? On today’s episode, we welcome Lisa Bragg, author of Bragging Rights: How to Talk about Your Work Using Purposeful Self-Promotion. We had so much to talk about that we divided our conversation into two episodes. In part two, Lisa and I continue our conversation abou…
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Hana Cooper, a digital selections collector for the National Library of Israel, collects online materials related to October 7 and the ensuing war for the massive ”Bearing Witness” project. While the library has always collected material on historical events, this is the first time it became actively involved from the start. We learn from Hana the …
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Are you tired of feeling like your hard work and achievements go unnoticed? Do you struggle with self-promotion and feel like you're not being seen or heard in your industry? On today's episode, we talk with Lisa Bragg, author of the book Bragging Rights: How to Talk about Your Work Using Purposeful Self-Promotion. Lisa is a renowned speaker, advis…
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Dr. Susan Baumgaertel is an internal medicine physician with over 30 years of clinical experience. In 2020 she launched MenopauseMenu, a free informational website providing nourishing support for menopause and beyond. 2021 started a new chapter as she stepped away from direct patient care and founded a novel telemedicine business model, myMDadvoca…
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Dr. Susan Baumgaertel is an internal medicine physician with over 30 years of clinical experience. In 2020 she launched MenopauseMenu, a free informational website providing nourishing support for menopause and beyond. 2021 started a new chapter as she stepped away from direct patient care and founded a novel telemedicine business model, myMDadvoca…
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Have you ever considered how a strong support network can catapult your career to new heights? Patricia Polischuk, Vice President, Business Development with the Organizational & Talent Development practice at B. Riley Farber joins us to unravel the secrets of career empowerment and the transformative power of networking. She shares her insights and…
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Dr. Susan Weiss, founder and director of the Center for Women’s Justice, interviews podcast host and to'enet rabbanit Rivkah Lubitch about how Jewish law might affect women in the aftermath of the Gaza war. Susan and Rivkah talk about women who might not be able to get divorced (agunot); women who might need their brother-in-law’s permission to rem…
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Dr. Catherine Toomer is a TEDx speaker, certified hypnotherapist, and a Family Medicine & Community Health physician - founder TOTAL Weight Care Institute - a virtual coaching platform for patients to optimize their health and wellness through weight loss, and for clinicians to provide comprehensive and compassionate weight health care through targ…
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Shana Aaronson is the director of Magen, an organization that services and advocates for victims of sexual abuse in the Orthodox and ultra Orthodox Jewish communities. She speaks about the impact of the Gaza War on her work. She explains how the war has had a triggering affect on women who have experienced sexual abuse in the past; and she describe…
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Dr. Catherine Toomer is a TEDx speaker, certified hypnotherapist, and a Family Medicine & Community Health physician - founder TOTAL Weight Care Institute - a virtual coaching platform for patients to optimize their health and wellness through weight loss, and for clinicians to provide comprehensive and compassionate weight health care through targ…
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In this episode, we welcome Melanie Rodriguez, Director of Corporate Partnerships with the Toronto Public Library Foundation. Melanie shares insights from her experience with the IWF Fellowship and emphasizes the importance of the continuous pursuit of learning and seizing opportunities for career pivots. We also discuss the importance of mentorshi…
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How do we preserve women’s stories, especially those of sexual violence? Dr. Sarai Aharoni delves into the historical, ethical and feminist questions she navigates while archiving women’s testimonies. Support and amplify women's voices by contributing to the making of this podcast: Donate now to the Center for Women’s Justice.…
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Kara Wada, MD is a board-certified adult and pediatric allergy, immunology & lifestyle medicine physician, Sjogren's patient, certified life coach. She is a national expert, sought-after speaker, advisor, and host of the Crunchy Allergist podcast where she covers all things allergies, autoimmunity, and anti-inflammatory living. Some of the topics w…
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Celia Jawabreh, a feminist social activist and educator in the Arab-Israeli community, has a very painful and candid conversation with us. She tells what it is like to grow up as a woman in a patriarchal religious society, and especially how Arab women (and men) are faring since the 7th of October. We learn what it is like to be identified in publi…
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Cherie Chu, MD DipABLM is double board certified in pediatrics and lifestyle medicine. She is a mother of twins and practices outpatient pediatrics in a large multispecialty medical group in Southern California. She is also the founder and CEO of Doctor Moms Lounge and Wellness Pediatrician. Doctor Moms Lounge is an online membership for women phys…
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In this episode, we welcome Rosa Lupo. Rosa is a partner based in the Waterloo office of the Corporate Commercial Group with Gowling WLG, a global law firm. Her specialties include commercial real estate law both locally and globally. Rosa shares with us the story of how watching the show L.A. Law influenced her decision to become a lawyer. We disc…
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Leader of the Religious Kibbutz Movement Sarah Evron describes the miraculous story of how Kibbutz Sa’ad was spared on October 7th, the challenges of evacuation, and how the community has rallied together in inspiring ways. Support and amplify women's voices by contributing to the making of this podcast: Donate now to the Center for Women’s Justice…
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Dr. Sarah Neitzel is a board certified podiatric surgeon who grew up in Northern CA and attended medical school and residency in Chicago. She currently owns both a private practice and medical nail spa business in Silverdale WA and has been in practice almost a decade. In 2021, Dr. Sarah recognized the need for doctors to maintain a presence in med…
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Dr. Sarah Neitzel is a board certified podiatric surgeon who grew up in Northern CA and attended medical school and residency in Chicago. She currently owns both a private practice and medical nail spa business in Silverdale WA and has been in practice almost a decade. In 2021, Dr. Sarah recognized the need for doctors to maintain a presence in med…
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Embedded trauma specialist Lisa Fliegel recounts working with children survivors of October 7th. Drawing on her experiences in three disparate high conflict zones—Israel, Northern Ireland and inner city Boston—Lisa shares insightful and effective ways of responding to children processing trauma. Read about Lisa’s experiences with children survivors…
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In the latest episode of our podcast, we had the pleasure of interviewing Mandy Bujold, a Canadian boxer who has made a name for herself on the international stage. From her humble beginnings in Kitchener, Ontario, to her rise to fame as a two-time Pan American Games gold medalist, Mandy's story is one of perseverance and determination. During the …
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Bolanle Akinronbi M.D is a board certified, residency trained physician in Psychiatry - a field devoted to the treatment of brain and mental health conditions. She is the founder and CEO at BrightMindsMD - a private psychiatry practice in NJ where together with her team, she offers a unique and whole person approach to treatment. Her treatment reco…
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Meet Dr. Weili Gray (pronounced “Way Lee”), a dreamer and physician who experienced burnout and now happily practices sleep medicine in Vermont's tranquil countryside. With her husband and three cherished kids, she crafts a dream life brimming with family adventures and extraordinary experiences, sprinkling a touch of magic to every moment. Beyond …
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Why is humor the quintessential Jewish coping mechanism—even during war? Bazy Rubin talks about making funny videos of her struggles as a reservist wife and mom on the home front, and why they resonate with so many right now. Check out Bazy’s funny videos on Facebook and Instagram. Support and amplify women's voices by contributing to the making of…
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Meet Dr. Weili Gray (pronounced “Way Lee”), a dreamer and physician who experienced burnout and now happily practices sleep medicine in Vermont's tranquil countryside. With her husband and three cherished kids, she crafts a dream life brimming with family adventures and extraordinary experiences, sprinkling a touch of magic to every moment. Beyond …
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Since the start of the war, Israel has drastically loosened and expedited the process for citizens to obtain gun permits. But at what cost? Social worker Tamar Schwartz of Women’s Spirit shares how war affects women victims of domestic violence and warns of the deadly consequences of guns falling into the wrong hands. Support and amplify women's vo…
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Dr. Cecilia Minano is a practicing gastroenterologist and certified trauma informed, somatic life coach and clinical hypnotherapist. Her passion is to help people living with chronic gut issues to re-gain control of their debilitating symptoms and conditions so they can begin to live more normal lives again. She has a unique perspective of how chro…
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On today’s episode we welcome Martha Breithaupt. We talk about innovation, the dangers of the ‘broken rung’ as an obstacle women face on the path to senior leadership, the state of science, Martha’s newest venture, which is devoted to innovation in both the science and business sectors and R&D tax credits, which are more interesting than you might …
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Dr. Malathi Acharya is the founder of Ayur Integrative Medicine, a holistic Medical practice. She has 3 locations in the Bay Area. Her areas of focus are: Cancer prevention and survivorship, South-Asian metabolic and heart health. Some of the topics we discussed were: Dr. Acharya's journey About integrative medicine and why she chose it How integra…
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What compels a volunteer forensic pathologist to travel all the way from New Zealand to Israel? Dr. Judy Melinek speaks about the crucial role of science in bearing witness to the Hamas attacks on October 7th. Read Dr. Melinek’s firsthand account here. Support and amplify women's voices by contributing to the making of this podcast: Donate now to t…
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Dr. Poorvi Shah is an integrative medicine physician, speaker and author of Stress Tools: An 8 Week Guide to Relieve Stress and Regain Resilience. Dr. Shah also founded Peace and Good Health, a company dedicated to helping individuals and companies manage stress and burnout through mind-body medicine. She runs her own private practice in the Washin…
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Why do international feminists, who champion human rights and social justice for minorities, seem to have a blind spot when it comes to antisemitism? Feminist icon Dr. Phyllis Chesler shares her experiences confronting antisemitism over decades in feminist activism and academia. Read Dr. Chesler’s article on the silence of feminists regarding Hamas…
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Welcome to today's episode! We are thrilled to have Tricia Mumby as our guest. Tricia is an accomplished entrepreneur, co-founder of Mabel's Labels, and guiding force in the business world. During our conversation, Tricia shared her passion for buying URLs, her current interest in Bleisure travel, and her business book club. We also get an exclusiv…
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Dr. Suzanne Morgan is a board-certified family medicine physician who earned her doctorate of osteopathic medicine in 2004 at Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Feeling burned out after 11 years in fee-for-service practice, she sought out opportunities that would allow her to care for patients and practice medicine in a way that maxim…
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While the home front supports the military, who supports the home front? Yael Yechieli shares how an innovative volunteer database facilitates critical support for the women and families back home. Learn more about the volunteer database, Anchor for the Reserve Families, and the 50-50 Partnership for Equity. Support and amplify women's voices by co…
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Dr. Klee is a physician mom of 4 that decided to get to financial freedom in order to practice medicine, raise kids and live life on her own term. Her goal was to get to financial freedom in as few doors as possible. She accomplished that in our first short term rental door. Their second door replaced her clinical income. It took her 5 years of lea…
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Atar Maor recounts a harrowing 20 hours spent hiding in the closet with her two young children as terrorists hunted them down in Kibbutz Be’eri on October 7th. As she answers their innocent questions and makes split-second decisions to save their lives, she wonders: can she preserve their faith in humanity? Support and amplify women's voices by con…
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As a girl growing up in Northern Israel in the 80s, Rina Levanon evacuated her home many times. Now, she must contend with wartime evacuation yet again—but this time, as a mother of three. Rina shares her experiences navigating memories of personal trauma, unexpected parenting challenges and anchoring herself in routine while her life has turned up…
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Today we welcome Jane Klugman to the podcast. Jane is an amazing leader, whose career has taken her through entrepreneurship, real estate, and business development. Jane is also the Honourary Colonel for the Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada, making her the first woman in the history of the Regiment to hold this esteemed position. Join us as Jane …
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