Denise chats it up with Nabiha Syed, women's rights advocate and Assistant General Counsel for BuzzFeed. They discuss Nabiha's journey through law school, what it means to get "pointy" and the importance of having an unsilenced media.
Bronwyn Cosgrave, former features editor of British Vogue and the co-curator of "Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style," joins Denise to share stories about turning small ideas into grand projects, taking advice and getting through an identity crisis.
Denise takes on the role of The Witch Doctor as she and outspoken licensed therapist Bea Arthur tackle the topics of when you should make yourself irreplaceable, what to do with the inner voices that hold you back and how to be a badass at every age.
Sarah Robb O'Hagan, Flywheel Sports CEO and author of "Extreme You" joins Denise to talk about working for huge companies like Virgin, Gatorade and Nike, the multiple times she was fired and how she used her failures to propel her to go from a routine life to extreme living.
Life is not a straight line... it's more of a noodle. Denise and Ellen Bennett, founder and designer at Hedley & Bennett (aka The Apron Lady) talk about Ellen restarting her life at age 22 after living in Mexico, why bumps in the road are the road and why the best way to shut up the naysayers is to succeed.
Feast your ears on Denise's conversation with James Beard award-winning chef, Jody Adams. They talk about Jody's path from studying anthropology to lessons learned from her mentor Julia Child to owning several successful restaurants in Boston.
Denise talks with Leanne Lauricella, founder of Goats of Anarchy, about how she went from high heels and a secure job in the city to mud boots and starting up a goat sanctuary. Leanne shares how following her gut and falling in love with a goat led to a success she never dreamed of.
Denise sits down for a powerful conversation with journalist and filmmaker, Michele Mitchell. They talk about the sweat and tears that went into her critically acclaimed documentary, The Uncondemned, knowing when to say "I don't know" and what can happen when you mobilize a lot of angry women.
Go for a rock 'n' roll journey as Denise sits down with Kimra Luna, founder of Freedom Hackers. They talk about Kimra's inspiring path from booking punk bands in Idaho to becoming a mom. She also shares stories from her time traveling across the USA, living off food stamps and making millions with her online business.
Carrie Hammer, a fashion designer who changed the definition of beauty when she featured "Role Models Not Runway Models" at the 2014 NY Fashion week, joins Denise to talk about jealousy, finding your "true north" and why being a badass is better than being perfect.
Drue Kataoka, artist and technologist, joins Denise to talk about why she created a parallel universe for women, how to empty our minds to let new ideas take flight and why Drue was sought after by Hillary Clinton.