iWoman Report Interviews

Watch host Cathleen Trigg-Jones as she interviews various personalities on their area of expertise

Season 5: Episode 9
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Chelle Carter-Wilson
Season 5: Episode 10

Breaking barriers, building writers. Cathleen Trigg-Jones talks with Chelle Carter Wilson, Creative Marketing Director of Girls Write Now, to discuss how this incredible organization is breaking down the walls of gender, race, age, and poverty to mentor the next generation of writers and leaders. From empowering young girls to inspiring change through storytelling, is truly paving the way for a brighter, more inclusive literary world.

Natasha S. Alford
Season 5: Episode 10

Natasha S. Alford an award-winning journalist, host and media executive driven by the power of storytelling to inspire and change people’s lives. Natasha serves as Vice President of Digital Content for theGrio and an anchor for theGrio TV. She is also a CNN Political Analyst, where she offers commentary on the news, politics, and movements of the moment. Her work has been published in The New York Times, The Guardian, Oprah Daily, TIME Magazine and Vogue. Natasha is currently completing a Master of Public Policy at Princeton University and resides with her family in New Jersey

Lizzie Asher
Season 5: Episode 9

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This year is the 23rd anniversary of dedication to spreading awareness and education about sexual assault. Our guest today is passionate about moving toward an end to sexual abuse through her philanthropy organization the Cura Collective. Lizzie Asher, one of the co-founders, is a graduate of Harvard Law School and currently serves on multiple non-profit boards that give back to her community. The Cura Collective aims to empower communities, working with women-led initiatives to improve health, socioeconomic, and community issues. One of the Cura Collective’s current initiatives is to eliminate the voluntary intoxication exclusion, a law in New York City that means an assaulter cannot be charged with a sex crime if the victim became voluntarily intoxicated.

Katie Chambers
Season 5: Episode 8

Katie Chambers returns to the iWoman Report to talk about the 44th Annual Muse Awards hosted by New York Women in Film and Television.

Kate Kelley
Season 5: Episode 7

Kate Kelley is a Producer on the upcoming film, "Lilly," a biopic based on Lilly Ledbetter, the pioneer who was the driving force toward equal pay laws for women and other marginalized groups.

Gwen Carr
Season 5: Episode 7

Gwen Carr, the mother of Eric Garner, who was murdered by police in New York City ten years ago, joins the iWoman Report. She talks with Cathleen about her foundation, E.R.I.C., which was started after the death of her son to help bring justice and equality to the community.

Nathalie Beasnael
Season 5: Episode 6

We are proud to introduce our latest iWoman Ambassador, Nathalie Beasnael who attended the Saudi Cup where competitors vied for a $20 million purse including seven female jockeys. Check out this exclusive interview to see who took home millions!

Latoya Shambo
Season 5: Episode 6

Cathleen Trigg-Jones talks with LaToya Shambo, founder of Black Girl Digital and an expert thought leader in influencer marketing. They discuss her driving change and helping brands to close the pay gap among Black and Brown influencers.

Deanna Dixon
Season 5: Episode 5

Cathleen Trigg-Jones is joined by the Rideshare Queen, Deanna Dixon who has taken the digital world by storm, amassing millions of views and catching the attention of industry giants like Rihanna and Chance the Rapper. Her unique blend of entertainment, comedy, and inspiration has resonated profoundly with audiences.

Adrianne Smith
Season 5: Episode 4

Our Host Cathleen Trigg-Jones talks with Adrianne Smith Founder and Visionary of the Cannes Can: Diversity Collective (CC:DC) which provides rising stars in the advertising and creative industry the opportunity to attend and participate in the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.