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Women Rule

Women Rule

POLITICO

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Join POLITICO’s Anna Palmer on the Women Rule Podcast as she takes you backstage with women bosses for real talk on how they made it and what advice they have for women looking to lead. New episodes every other Wednesday. Women Rule is produced by POLITICO in partnership with our founding partners Google and the Tory Burch Foundation.

Latest Episodes

‘This one is unprecedented’: Andrea Mitchell on 2020

Andrea Mitchell, the NBC News journalist and television icon, joins Anna to talk about what she's learned over five decades of political conventions, how life has changed for women reporters and where she sees things going from here.

24 MIN1 d ago
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‘This one is unprecedented’: Andrea Mitchell on 2020

The psychology behind the pandemic: Angela Duckworth

Angela Duckworth, a Penn psychology professor and host of "No Stupid Questions," on the coronavirus pandemic and the unseen psychological reasons that explain why we act the way we do.

29 MIN2 w ago
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The psychology behind the pandemic: Angela Duckworth

Agility is the new superpower: Nina Garcia

Nina Garcia is a judge on "Project Runway" and editor-in-chief of Elle. Throughout her life, she’s shown an ability to adapt to new situations — whether as an immigrant who came to America for an education, as an editor as the digital revolution upends the publishing world, or even just staying on top in a fashion world built upon the idea of constant change. She joined Anna to talk about all of that and more.

20 MINJUL 15
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Agility is the new superpower: Nina Garcia

Padma Lakshmi on how food is a gateway to empathy

Anna's joined by Padma Lakshmi, the author, model and activist who hosts “Top Chef” on Bravo and whose new show, “Taste the Nation,” is now out on Hulu. Padma said she decided to do the show after thinking about what a central role food plays in American culture and everyday life — and how the people behind the food we love are so rarely given the chance to tell their own stories.

20 MINJUL 1
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Padma Lakshmi on how food is a gateway to empathy

Curtis Sittenfeld on 'Rodham' and leading the life that's right for you

Bestselling author Curtis Sittenfeld joins Anna to talk about her new novel, "Rodham," which imagines a world where a young Hillary Rodham decides not to marry Bill Clinton. Though this isn't Curtis's first book, it is her first book to be released during a global pandemic — which presents its own challenges. We get into all of that, and more.

25 MINJUN 17
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Curtis Sittenfeld on 'Rodham' and leading the life that's right for you

Grieving, surviving but hopeful: Teresa Carlson and Dionna Dorsey

Teresa Carlson, VP of Amazon Web Services, and Dionna Dorsey, the owner and designer behind District of Clothing, join to discuss how businesses are pivoting because of the coronavirus pandemic and how the fallout from the protests over the killing of George Floyd are impacting their companies.

39 MINJUN 5
Comments
Grieving, surviving but hopeful: Teresa Carlson and Dionna Dorsey

Re-open the economy? 'We're not ready yet': Rep. Pramila Jayapal

Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal on coronavirus, why being a leader is often lonely and "the poor men who are so afraid of our talents as women."

36 MINMAY 20
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Re-open the economy? 'We're not ready yet': Rep. Pramila Jayapal

Talking coronavirus with Melinda Gates

In this special bonus episode, Melinda Gates, one of the world's most active philanthropists and public health advocates, joins Anna to talk about the coronavirus pandemic, what she wishes the Trump administration would do differently in its response and the things that keep her up at night.

19 MINMAY 9
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Talking coronavirus with Melinda Gates

‘If you own your vulnerability, it becomes your strength’: Diane von Furstenberg

Fashion legend DVF on life, leadership, and why, even now, she feels imposter syndrome.

22 MINMAY 6
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‘If you own your vulnerability, it becomes your strength’: Diane von Furstenberg

Inside Facebook's 'incredibly aggressive' response to coronavirus: Fidji Simo

A conversation with Fidji Simo, head of the Facebook App, on tech, coronavirus and Facebook’s response to misinformation and anti-quarantine protests. Simo is the 34-year-old who is in charge of Facebook's app — which has 2.2 billion users. She joined to talk through not only how the company is responding to Covid-19, but her own unpredictable journey to the upper echelon of Silicon Valley, and what she's doing to open the door for more women to follow.

30 MINAPR 22
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Inside Facebook's 'incredibly aggressive' response to coronavirus: Fidji Simo

Latest Episodes

‘This one is unprecedented’: Andrea Mitchell on 2020

Andrea Mitchell, the NBC News journalist and television icon, joins Anna to talk about what she's learned over five decades of political conventions, how life has changed for women reporters and where she sees things going from here.

24 MIN1 d ago
Comments
‘This one is unprecedented’: Andrea Mitchell on 2020

The psychology behind the pandemic: Angela Duckworth

Angela Duckworth, a Penn psychology professor and host of "No Stupid Questions," on the coronavirus pandemic and the unseen psychological reasons that explain why we act the way we do.

29 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The psychology behind the pandemic: Angela Duckworth

Agility is the new superpower: Nina Garcia

Nina Garcia is a judge on "Project Runway" and editor-in-chief of Elle. Throughout her life, she’s shown an ability to adapt to new situations — whether as an immigrant who came to America for an education, as an editor as the digital revolution upends the publishing world, or even just staying on top in a fashion world built upon the idea of constant change. She joined Anna to talk about all of that and more.

20 MINJUL 15
Comments
Agility is the new superpower: Nina Garcia

Padma Lakshmi on how food is a gateway to empathy

Anna's joined by Padma Lakshmi, the author, model and activist who hosts “Top Chef” on Bravo and whose new show, “Taste the Nation,” is now out on Hulu. Padma said she decided to do the show after thinking about what a central role food plays in American culture and everyday life — and how the people behind the food we love are so rarely given the chance to tell their own stories.

20 MINJUL 1
Comments
Padma Lakshmi on how food is a gateway to empathy

Curtis Sittenfeld on 'Rodham' and leading the life that's right for you

Bestselling author Curtis Sittenfeld joins Anna to talk about her new novel, "Rodham," which imagines a world where a young Hillary Rodham decides not to marry Bill Clinton. Though this isn't Curtis's first book, it is her first book to be released during a global pandemic — which presents its own challenges. We get into all of that, and more.

25 MINJUN 17
Comments
Curtis Sittenfeld on 'Rodham' and leading the life that's right for you

Grieving, surviving but hopeful: Teresa Carlson and Dionna Dorsey

Teresa Carlson, VP of Amazon Web Services, and Dionna Dorsey, the owner and designer behind District of Clothing, join to discuss how businesses are pivoting because of the coronavirus pandemic and how the fallout from the protests over the killing of George Floyd are impacting their companies.

39 MINJUN 5
Comments
Grieving, surviving but hopeful: Teresa Carlson and Dionna Dorsey

Re-open the economy? 'We're not ready yet': Rep. Pramila Jayapal

Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal on coronavirus, why being a leader is often lonely and "the poor men who are so afraid of our talents as women."

36 MINMAY 20
Comments
Re-open the economy? 'We're not ready yet': Rep. Pramila Jayapal

Talking coronavirus with Melinda Gates

In this special bonus episode, Melinda Gates, one of the world's most active philanthropists and public health advocates, joins Anna to talk about the coronavirus pandemic, what she wishes the Trump administration would do differently in its response and the things that keep her up at night.

19 MINMAY 9
Comments
Talking coronavirus with Melinda Gates

‘If you own your vulnerability, it becomes your strength’: Diane von Furstenberg

Fashion legend DVF on life, leadership, and why, even now, she feels imposter syndrome.

22 MINMAY 6
Comments
‘If you own your vulnerability, it becomes your strength’: Diane von Furstenberg

Inside Facebook's 'incredibly aggressive' response to coronavirus: Fidji Simo

A conversation with Fidji Simo, head of the Facebook App, on tech, coronavirus and Facebook’s response to misinformation and anti-quarantine protests. Simo is the 34-year-old who is in charge of Facebook's app — which has 2.2 billion users. She joined to talk through not only how the company is responding to Covid-19, but her own unpredictable journey to the upper echelon of Silicon Valley, and what she's doing to open the door for more women to follow.

30 MINAPR 22
Comments
Inside Facebook's 'incredibly aggressive' response to coronavirus: Fidji Simo
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