Breaking Glass Ceilings in Finance with Rosa Chalekian and Mari Miles-Mattingly
Welcome to the second episode of the Minority Money Podcast for Women’s History Month! This episode will be guest-hosted by Mari Miles-Mattingly, featuring Rosa Chalekian– previously a guest for Episode 102 alongside her husband, Alex.
In this episode, Mari and Rosa dive into their experience as women still actively fighting for basic respect in different parts of society. From the home to the workplace, it’s only recently that people have grown comfortable having a woman in power or allowing the glass ceiling to break.
As entrepreneurial women, the struggle is only amplified– where doubt is placed on their capabilities to deliver despite accomplished and well-proven backgrounds. If you’ve ever felt like people have put you down for your gender, then we hope that this episode empowers you to prove everyone wrong and achieve your dreams!
>> What does Women’s History Month mean
>> Harassment Directed at Women
>> How people oftentimes underestimate women
>> Raising Independent Women, Raising Good Boys
>> Rosa’s advice for young women
Connect with Rosa
>> Website | rosachalekian.com
>> Instagram | @rosa.chalekian
If you loved this episode, you have to listen to these episodes as well:
>> Episode 102: Proper Team Dynamics with Alex and Rosa Chalekian
>> Episode 78: Growth Mindset: The Only Mindset You’ll Need for Success! with Patricia Villegas
>> Episode 73: We Need To Talk… Social Justice Investing with Rachel Robasciotti
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