WHERE TO WATCH
How This Women-Founded, Women-Led Cycling Apparel Company is Uniting Cyclists Everywhere
September 11, 2020
Jennifer Kriske, Founder and CEO of cycling apparel company Machines For Freedom, joins ChedHER to discuss how she's empowering and uniting women in the cycling community.
Builders Say Home Bars Are Hot Items During Coronavirus Lockdowns
Nov 13, 2020
Oxford Dictionaries Change 'Sexist' Definitions; Woman Makes History in Historic Free-Climb
On this episode of ChedHER: Oxford dictionaries change 'sexist' definitions and synonyms of the word 'woman'; Emily Harrington becomes the first women to free-climb El Capitan in less than 24 hours.
Sep 11, 2020
Empowering Women in the Cycling Community; Paving the Way for Black Fashion Designers
On this episode of 'ChedHER': New inclusivity rules are unveiled for films to be considered for 'Best Picture' at the Oscars; CEO and founder of of cycling apparel company Machines For Freedom explains how she's empowering and uniting women in the cycling community; CEO, founder, and fashion designer Autumn Adeigbo breaks down how she's bringing culture, color, and conscience to the fashion industry; Founder and CEO of Curious Jane explains the importance of empowering young girls in STEM.
Nov 20, 2020
MLB's First Female GM; Supporting Women During the Pandemic
On this episode of ChedHER: Miami Marlins hire Kim Ng as the MLB's first female general manager; Actress and activist Charlize Theron is helping to form the 'Together for Her' initiative to raise awareness of the rise of domestic violence during the pandemic; Author of 'Trampled by Unicorns' breaks down how tech can take on more responsibility and accountability; Founding Partner of Halogen Ventures explains what's missing in venture capital that women can help fill; Roxann Cooke, Consumer Bank & Wealth Management Regional Director at Chase, and 'Banking on Style' competition winner Deirdre Jeffries, Founder & Designer at Espion Atelier, discuss how this competition gives access, exposure, and opportunity for emerging designers, and how to break down barriers for Black designers.