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Welcome to a new season of The Brand is Female podcast! This week, host Eva Hartling welcomes Marilyne Gagné, Founder and President of Dermapure, Canada’s leading network of high-end aesthetic medicine clinics. Marilyne launched Dermapure 13 years ago, growing the brand from a single clinic in Sherbrooke, Quebec to a network of 68 clinics coast to …
 
This week on the podcast, we are re-airing our episode with Ara Katz, co-founder and co-CEO of Seed Health. Seed Health pioneers applications of microbes for our health and is known for their probiotic products for gut health. At Seed Health, Ara wears many hats from fundraising, design thinking, brand, insights and more, and she is at the helm of …
 
This week, we are re-airing our episode with professional women's ice hockey player for the Toronto Six, Saroya Tinker. Saroya is a Yale graduate; she played for the Yale Bulldogs during the entirety of her collegiate eligibility where she was recognised for her physical, shutdown style of play. Saroya is passionate about educating others and uses …
 
This week, on the podcast, host Eva Hartling speaks with Jeri Ann Willis, co-founder of The Observatory, Edmonton’s leading destination for independent, luxury eyewear. Jerri Ann purchased her first optical retail space in downtown Edmonton in 1976 at the age of 23, and today, 46 years later, she is still going strong. Listen to the conversation to…
 
This week, on the podcast, host Eva Hartling speaks with Jacqueline Prehogan, Chief Brand Officer and co-founder of Open Farm, a premium and ethically sourced pet food brand, and founder & CEO of Canada Pooch, a leading pet apparel & accessories company. At Open Farm and at Canada Pooch, Jacqueline has worked hard on creating and maintaining a comp…
 
This week, on the podcast, host Eva Hartling speaks with Ashley Mielke, Registered Psychologist and Founder and CEO of The Grief and Trauma Healing Centre in Alberta. Ashley founded her company at the age of 26, after the tragic death of her father by suicide. It was the purpose she found through her healing that inspired the ‘WHY’ behind The Grief…
 
This week, on the podcast, host Eva Hartling speaks with Los Angeles-based Allison Conrad, an entrepreneur and operator focused on consumer brands and e-commerce. With a BA from Duke University and an MBA from Stanford University, she’s run fashion and beauty brands as well as consulting and advising tech-enabled consumer companies. A couple years …
 
This week on the podcast, we are re-airing a recent favourite episode featuring Catherine Choi, Founder of SoYoung. Stay tuned for a new episode next Tuesday! In this episode, we talk about how lessons from our own personal growth journey can transpire into business, and the importance of believing in our own worth despite challenges. Over 20 years…
 
This week on the podcast, we’re talking about the importance of considering insurance when looking at our overall financial planning. Host Eva Hartling speaks with Davina Boulineau, Vice President, TD Insurance, Private Client Advice. Davina has spent more than two decades across North America building and nurturing relationships for Private Insura…
 
This week on the podcast, host Eva Hartling speaks with Rachael Newton, an entrepreneur, innovator, and the founder of period care brand, nixit. Rachael is on a mission to destigmatize, and help evolve the conversation around periods. She launched the brand in 2019 with a revolutionary, suction-free menstrual cup and today uses nixit’s platform as …
 
This week on the podcast, we’re talking with an entrepreneur who is setting out to revolutionize the way we consume beauty products. Host Eva Hartling speaks with Jayme Jenkins, Co-Founder and Chief Brand Officer for beauty brand Everist. Along with her co-founder Jessica Stevenson, Jayme was focused on creating a product with a reduced environment…
 
Aujourd'hui, nous diffusons un épisode spécial du balado The Brand is Female comme le 26 septembre marque la Journée mondiale de la contraception. Au Canada, la moitié des grossesses sont encore non planifiées et une femme sur 6 n'utilise pas de contraception. Nous savons à quel point les grossesses non planifiées peuvent avoir un impact sur la vie…
 
This is part 2 of a special episode of The Brand is Female podcast highlighting World Contraception Day on September 26th. Host Eva Hartling speaks with three experts regarding contraception, sexual education and unplanned pregnancies in Canada. You will hear from Dr. Diane Francoeur, Ob/Gyn and General Director at The Society of Obstetricians and …
 
Today, we’re airing a special episode of The Brand is Female podcast as September 26th marks World Contraception Day. In part 1 of this episode, host Eva Hartling speaks with three experts regarding contraception, sexual education and unplanned pregnancies in Canada. You will hear from Dr. Diane Francoeur, Ob/Gyn and General Director at The Society…
 
This week on the podcast, host Eva Hartling speaks with Rachelle Demosthene, President and Owner at Pouvoir Des Fleurs. Rachelle left a cushy corporate job to take over the reins of her favourite Montreal-based flower shop called “Le Pouvoir des Fleurs,” which translates into “Flowers’ Power.” A few years later, her business is thriving and she is …
 
This week on the podcast, we talk about the impact negative self-image can have on our lives, especially where children, and young women are concerned. Host Eva Hartling speaks with Margot Denommé, a criminal lawyer with over 20 years of experience. During her time in court, she witnessed firsthand the devastating effects of poor choices made by yo…
 
This week, on the podcast, host Eva Hartling speaks with Isabelle Menard, TD’s Region Head, Quebec and Atlantic for Private Wealth Management. We talk about women and financial literacy when it comes to building and managing wealth, as well as the reality of being a woman executive in the banking industry. Isabelle has built a successful career ove…
 
This week, on the podcast, host Eva Hartling speaks with Alicia Rose, Senior Manager in Strategy and Social Impact at TD. We talk about aligning purpose, passion and one’s life work, as well as the best way for business owners to integrate values, culture and giving back to their business activities. Alicia Rose calls herself an INtrapreneur. She h…
 
This week, on the podcast, host Eva Hartling speaks with Tiffani Young, Founder of Natural Butter Bar Cosmetics. The brand was created from Tiffani’s own personal hair journey and out of a desire to help people learn how to use high quality natural ingredients in their self-care hair routine. What started as a homemade product soon turned into a th…
 
This week, on the podcast, host Eva Hartling speaks with Tiffany Callender, the CEO of FACE, a national Black-led non-profit organization focused on providing resources and information to the Black community across Canada with the aim of accelerating wealth creation for Canadians of African descent. In partnership with the Canadian Government, FACE…
 
This week, on the podcast, host Eva Hartling speaks with Kim Tarlo and Cait Patrick, the co-founders of Darling Mimosa. Kim is an award-winning marketer and creative director with over 15 years experience leading brand work in Canada, US, and UK. She is also the Executive Creative Director and Partner at Mint, a creative agency in Toronto. Cait Pat…
 
This week, on the podcast, host Eva Hartling speaks with Sonia Virk, co-founder and partner of Virk Viyas & Associate Lawyers. Sonia was born in India and lost her mother when she was four-years-old. She and her three siblings were raised by their dad and she went to boarding school starting at age 5. Sonia obtained her first law degree in India an…
 
This week, on the podcast, host Eva Hartling speaks with Lauren Barker, CEO of Uresta, a bladder support solution to stop urinary leaks. After graduating from the Ivey School of Business, Lauren started her career in investment banking, where she invested in private businesses throughout North America. Lauren’s career then brought her to a leading …
 
This week, on the podcast, host Eva Hartling speaks with Nuria Madrenas, the Founder and Principal Curator of Tacit, a platform dedicated to the sale of artwork entirely created by women artists. As an artist herself, Nuria recognized a gap in the market to provide female artists with a dedicated resource to sell their work and achieve discoverabil…
 
This week, on the podcast, host Eva Hartling speaks with Elynn Lorimer, CEO at Spatial Research and Design, a creative, multifaceted team of researchers, designers, and strategists who share a deep curiosity about human behaviour and are passionate about ensuring technology improves our lives. Elynn is a trailblazer in the tech industry with over 2…
 
This week, on the podcast, Eva speaks with Stacey Madge, President and Country Manager at Visa Canada and trailblazer in the banking world. Stacey climbed up the ladder quickly and demonstrated her leadership in an industry where women tend to be underrepresented at the senior executive level. Stacey dedicates her time and energy to building progra…
 
This week, on the podcast, Eva speaks with Jolene Livingston, Founder and Principal Consultant of Bespoke Social Profit Solutions, a woman-led, majority-female consulting firm. Jolene and her team specialize in helping charitable organizations increase their reach and impact by providing guidance in strategy, fundraising, and communications. She be…
 
This week, we are re-sharing our episode with Carmen Sandor, founder and CEO of Green Owl Vodka, one of the only female-owned and -led spirits sold at the Liquor Control Board of Ontario. Green Owl is Canada’s first sipping vodka infused with green tea extract from Japan. Carmen started her career as a reporter for CTV News and TSN. She then switch…
 
This week, on the podcast, Eva Hartling speaks with Kate Milne, a Specialist in Healthy Aging and Workplace Wellbeing as well as a women’s health-in-aging researcher. Her company, Cardea Health Consulting, is a health promotion firm focused on a lifespan approach to health. Kate specializes in helping clients to support, retain, and recruit midlife…
 
This week, on the podcast, Eva Hartling speaks with Shauna Levy, Founder and CEO of MADGE AND MERCER MODERN APOTHECARY, the first premium wellness brand within the cannabis space, designed for women aged 40 and older. Prior to her new venture, Shauna co-founded IDS Toronto, North America’s largest design fair, The Yoga Conference, and Expo for Desi…
 
This week, on the podcast, Eva Hartling speaks with Emily Silverman, Founder and CEO at Arnold Street Media. Emily launched Arnold Street Media fuelled by her industry expertise and the opportunity she saw ahead. She recognized a growing need for commercial creative content in an ever-evolving digital space and paired her talents in digital media w…
 
This week on the podcast, Eva Hartling talks with Joella Hogan, Owner and Operator of The Yukon Soaps Company. Joella comes from a long line of strong, vibrant, Indigenous women. Her matriarchs are teachers, healers, bush women, social advocates, and cultural leaders. She credits them for knowing how to make things happen. Through her line of hand-…
 
This week, on the podcast, Eva Hartling welcomes Dr. Bimpe Ayeni, a board-certified Canadian plastic surgeon and founder of men’s skincare line BLAIR + JACK. With an Ivy-league education from Yale University to Columbia University and Harvard University, international training at Oxford University in England, and award-winning research, Dr. Ayeni i…
 
This week, on the podcast, Eva Hartling welcomes Kate Bouchard, CEO and Founder of Loba, an innovative new pill/supplement organizer that both looks great and makes your life easier. Kate conceived Loba after experiencing health challenges herself and starting a naturopathic treatment plan which included taking a number of supplements. Uninspired b…
 
This week, Eva Hartling speaks with Sammy Kronick, owner of BEATBOX, a Boutique Boxing studio in Toronto. Sammy grew up in Toronto and started building companies in the health and wellness industry, always with a focus on women in fitness. Launching her first company while still in university, she travelled to schools across Canada and led group fi…
 
This week, Eva Hartling speaks with Samantha Estoesta, Manager, Equity in Innovation and Programs at TD. Samantha is a poet, an equity advocate, a design thinking facilitator, and a mother. With a Masters in Intercultural Communications and over a decade of experience in equity, diversity, and inclusion advocacy, she centers her efforts on creating…
 
This week, we welcome Carmen Sandor, founder and CEO of Green Owl Vodka, one of the only female-owned and -led spirits sold at the Liquor Control Board of Ontario. Green Owl is Canada’s first sipping vodka infused with green tea extract from Japan. Carmen started her career as a reporter for CTV News and TSN. She then switched gears and started wor…
 
This week, host Eva Hartling speaks with Lacey Norton and Elizabeth Davey, the founders of the Vancouver-based brand HIRRS, a performance-based bodywear line that has been designed for a woman’s movement. The name HIRSS was chosen because it represents the fluidity of gender associated with being a woman in modern times—a combination of hers and hi…
 
This week, host Eva Hartling talks about women in business and financing with Nancy King, Associate VP at TD Bank, who has been with TD Business Banking for over 14 years. Nancy was born to immigrant parents who instilled within her a strong work ethic and entrepreneurial values at an early age. Today Nancy heads TD Small Business Banking and the B…
 
Au balado The Brand is Female, Eva Hartling parle à des femmes inspirantes du monde entrepreneurial, des affaires ou autre domaine connexe. Cette semaine à l’occasion de la Journée Internationale des Femmes, nous vous offrons une entrevue en français avec Elizabeth Coulombe la co-fondatrice de Tero, une entreprise innovante québécoise fabriquant un…
 
This week, host Eva Hartling interviews Heather Marshall, a Canadian author who has just published her debut novel, Looking for Jane. A historical novel set between 1960s and present-day Toronto, it follows a group of inspiring women who dared to fight for their own rights, united by an underground abortion network known only by its code name: Jane…
 
This week my guest is Mungi Ngomane, Social Justice Advocate and Author of the book Everyday Ubuntu, inspired by the lessons from the South African philosophy and way of life. Mungi is the grand-daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, anti-apartheid and Human Rights Activist who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984 for his efforts in resolving an…
 
This week, host Eva Hartling speaks with Monica Ruffo, founder of Well Told Health. A serial entrepreneur with passion for health and wellness, Monica enjoyed a prolific career in the advertising agency world when she received a diagnosis of aggressive breast cancer. Throughout her 18 months of cancer treatment, she put her passion for health and w…
 
This week, my guests are Jen Murtagh and Sonja Baikogli Foley, the founders of Maturn, the platform they created to shift the narrative and support systems around maternity leave in Canada, so that more working mothers can continue to advance in their careers and retain positions of leadership with greater support from employers, partners, and like…
 
The New Year is here and our resolutions are too. But focusing on our self-care and wellness should always be the focus, no matter the time of year. That’s why we’re happy to introduce a special series on The Brand is Female podcast. Presented by Athleta, these conversations feature women who embody different aspects of wellness — from sports to me…
 
We welcome Pulitzer-Prize winner and New York Times bestseller author, Dana Canedy. This episode of The Brand is Female is brought to you by Sony Pictures Entertainment Canada and their latest film, A Journal for Jordan, based on a memoir by Dana Canedy, directed by Denzel Washington. A Journal for Jordan is a powerful recollection of love and fami…
 
This week on the podcast, Eva Hartling welcomes Jennifer Abbott, a Sundance and Genie Award-winning Canadian filmmaker best known as the co-director and editor of the acclaimed documentary THE CORPORATION. Last year, she released THE MAGNITUDE OF ALL THINGS, a new film which explores how we face and accept the reality of climate catastrophe while c…
 
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