Now she’s sharing what she’s learned and taking her friends along for the ride. On The Lawyer Who Rocks, Joleen chats up fellow entrepreneurs about what they do, how they do it, and what they’ve learned along the way. From founders of startups making waves in tech and media, to authors, musicians and VC’s – The Lawyer Who Rocks is amplifying their badassery with the world at large.
Kellie Phelan has always been a natural connector with a fiery drive. From working non-profits, to corporate consulting, to starting her own business, Kellie has created her success story by casting a wide net of contacts and being open minded. Kellie tuned in to her self-starter persona and founded The Works- a gathering place in an urban environment where students can come together to learn practical, creative, and essential life skills. Now, her every day mission is to create a sense of community by giving others a chance to share their unique stories.
Throughout her career, Leigh McMillan’s spontaneity and curiosity has enabled her to master the art of communication in many different industries. From politics to media to automotive and analytics, Leigh has made a career out of adaptability. Now CEO of Whitepages, Leigh brings her uniqueness and humor to the workplace, creating a comfortable, passionate, and productive environment. By saying ‘yes’ to seemingly abstract opportunities, Leigh art of flexibility has evolved into an incredible badass leadership model.
A born entrepreneur, by age 20 Jason Thane launched a successful side-hustle valet service. After leading technical staffs at some of the most innovative start-ups, he identified that companies needed a best-in-breed software development solution. So, Jason founded GenUI in 2009, and his team has created products that have appeared in Fortune, Fast Company, Gizmodo’s App of the Day, TIME Magazine’s App of the Week, and Apple’s “Best of” year-end recap. What is his key to success? Jason think it is his ability to surround himself with a dream team of diverse and innovative people. Learn why on this week’s episode of The Lawyer Who Rocks.
Part 2 of Scott Ehrlich’s interview dives into Scott’s serial entrepreneurial adventure. After his time at Real Networks, Scott turned creativity into technological successes with projects like the League of Extraordinary Dancers and Substance over Hype. Today, Scott is plowing through the world of broadcasting at Sinclair Broadcasting Group with yet another groundbreaking vision. His amazing path has made a real impact on media and is an inspiration to all listeners.
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