June 21, 2022

Today’s interview is about STRIKING THE RIGHT BALANCE . Joining me today is a woman described as an independent thinker and quiet force in her approach to life. Camille Obering is a fine art advisor, curator, and investor. She and her husband, multi-instrumentalist and composer Ben Musser are the founders of Guesthouse, a private studio space in Jackson Hole, Wyoming that invites artists, musicians, filmmakers, and creators to explore new ideas, and present their work to new audiences.  Last year, Vanderbilt Magazine highlighted Guesthouse as “a laboratory for adventurous art” in which “no project is too avant-garde”.

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May 25, 2022

This week on the Power of Women, we are excited to chat with Martha Ryan who is currently the chair of the Commonwealth Club of Northern California, the oldest and largest public affairs forum.

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April 21, 2022

Ben Musser. A husband. A father. A brother. A son. A solo musician that has been on his musical journey since the beginning of his life’s journey.  It all started on the east coast, down a quiet street in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.  As a son and brother, Ben grew up in a household quite the opposite of quiet.  Instead, filled with music. 

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April 21, 2022

London based singer-songwriter Dylan Allura began her career at the tender age of seven. Allura was a theatrically trained singer, dancer, and actor, which contributed into her interest in songwriting rather quickly. She is known for curating her own take of Alternative R&B, but has also dabbled with a variety of genres prior to finding […]

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April 18, 2022

Today’s feature with The Power of Women is on HEALTHY LIVING from a woman who is the face of a fresher plant-based movement who refuses to compromise style for sustainability. Leslie Durso and I had the opportunity to work together when I was the CEO of FARE, the world’s largest NGO investing in food allergy […]

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April 12, 2022

Carolina Sala began working as a theater actress at a very young age, training at the Lorenzo Da Ponte Academy and in 2018 made her debut as a protagonist in the Rai hit, “Single Pieces” directed by Cinzia Th-Torrini. The following year she was chosen for the role of Sara in, “The War is Over” by Michele Soavi and later for the role of the young Rita Levi Montalcini in the fiction film dedicated to the Nobel Prize in medicine, “Rita Levi Montalcini” directed by Alberto Negrin.

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