Bold(h)er: Money, Meaning and Mental Health

Bold(h)er: Money, Meaning and Mental Health

Ask Sandi Treliving for a stat on women’s mental health, and be prepared to be shocked. When she found out how underserved women are in research on mental health, she decided to put her time, money and family into making a difference. Her daughter Katie is a big supporter, giving as she can to make sure that philanthropy is a multi-generational legacy. In this Bold(h)er podcast, they talk to Lisa Bragg about community, making a difference and supporting women.   About the show: Brought to...
Bold(h)er: Solving an Impossible Problem

Bold(h)er: Solving an Impossible Problem

A dumpster might be full of food, meanwhile, a neighbour’s fridge is empty. That paradigm frustrated Leah Lizarondo. Armed with a tech background and food industry experience, she realized she could be part of the solution. Her social enterprise is Food Rescue Hero.   About the show: Brought to you by BMO for Women and hosted by journalist and award-winning entrepreneur Lisa Bragg, Bold(h)er delivers thought-provoking conversations that inspire listeners to make their own bold moves in...
Talking to Your Kids About Money: Advice from a Money Expert & Mom

Talking to Your Kids About Money: Advice from a Money Expert & Mom

Ellen Rogin is a speaker, author, entrepreneur and mother of two. These are her tips for talking to your kids about money. Ellen Rogin has made it her life’s work to educate, counsel and guide people to grow their prosperity and use it as a force for good. She’s the co-author of “Picture Your Prosperity: Smart Money Moves to Turn Your Vision into Reality,” a New York Times best-seller, and she currently speaks across the globe about creating success and abundance. As a former wealth advisor,...
Bold(h)er: Rejection to Reinvention

Bold(h)er: Rejection to Reinvention

Women often feel compelled to avoid making waves in their line of work. Not so for Amanda Brugel, award-winning actor. She pushed against stereotypical roles for women of colour and forged a successful career as a character actor, starring in The Handmaid’s Tale and hundreds of other Canadian and international productions. Amanda reinvented what it means to be a Black woman in film and television through asserting her individuality first. From daring to be the “wild card” in auditions to...