Eleanor LeCain discusses the rise of women entrepreneurs with Betty Hines, a leader in the Women Presidents Organization (those who own or lead companies with revenue of $2 million/year or more) and President of Betty Hines Business Builder.
Eleanor LeCain discusses building a pro-Democracy movement in the US and ending hunger through Living Democracy with Frances Moore Lappe, author of Diet for a Small Planet and 17 other books.
Eleanor LeCain discusses student activism on campus with Mila Rostain, head of the Yale SNAP PAC, the country’s largest student political action committee (Students for a New American Politics).
Eleanor LeCain discusses stopping terrorism and promoting peace with Barbara Wien, a world leader in peace education and teacher at American University in Washington, DC.
Eleanor LeCain speaks about Boston's plan to be the first city to close the gender wage gap with Megan Costello, executive director of the Office of Women's Advancement. Also speaks about innovation in cities with Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, mayor of Baltimore and President of the US Conference of Mayors
Eleanor LeCain discusses what's working in cities with Baltimore Mayor and President of the US Conference of Mayors Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, and Setti Warren, the mayor of Newton, Massachusetts.
Eleanor LeCain discusses the race for President - including Hilary v. Bernie, the growing strength of progressives, and the rise of Trump (and how he might be stopped) - with Harold Meyerson, Editor At Large of the Prospect magazine and a leading political analyst.
Eleanor LeCain discusses successful progressive governing (including governing with a gender lens, reducing homelessness and stopping violence) with Helene Schneider, the mayor of Santa Barbara, California and candidate for the US House of Representatives. Followed by a conversation with Ralph Nader on how the left and right can work together to reign in corporate influence on our government.
Eleanor LeCain talks about work-family balance and gender equality with Anne-Marie Slaughter, author of “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All” and Unfinished Business, President and CEO of New America, and former director of Policy Planning for the US Department of State.
Eleanor LeCain talks about the Women’s Economic Agenda: Creating an Economy That Works for Everyone with Elise Gould, Senior Economist at the Economic Policy Institute