Work it With Carrie Kerpen

A show designed to help women find their own secrets for success in work & life.

Season 1: Episode 11
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Stephanie Kramer
Season 2: Episode 9

Stephanie Kramer, Vice President of Global Marketing at Kiehl's and mother of two, talks about being pregnant at work.

Suze Orman
Season 2: Episode 8

Suze Orman- the former host of the emmy-award winning, Suze Orman show, gets real about one of the most taboo topics among working women -- money. Orman shares how women can empower themselves financially.

Debbie Coffey
Season 2: Episode 7

Debbie Coffey, vice president of new corporate communications at Avon speaks on Imposter Syndrome and how to turn insecurity into your key towards advancement.

Marysol Castro
Season 2: Episode 6

Marysol Castro, the first ever latina PA announcer for Major League Baseball, and first woman announcer for the New York Mets shares her experience breaking barriers in a male dominated industry and the importance of representation.

Kristin Lemkau
Season 2: Episode 5

Chief Marketing Officer of JP Morgan Chase, Kristin Lemkau speaks about the importance of being ambitious in your career goals while remaining flexible and open to different opportunities.

Shellye Archambeau
Season 2: Episode 4

Shellye Archambeau, a former CEO, board director and speaker, talks about planning your way to the top, how to climb the ladder, and getting what you want out of both work and life.

Erica Dhawan
Season 2: Episode 3

Author, speaker and entrepreneur Erica Dhawan debunks common career/ business myths about mentors, scaling and trusting your gut. Dhawan stresses the importance of listening to yourself and surrounding yourself with like-minded individuals.

Mari Smith
Season 2: Episode 2

Mari Smith, premier facebook marketing expert talks about the work that goes behind achieving the entrepreneurial dream.

Beth Comstock
Season 2: Episode 1

Author of “Imagine it Forward”, Beth Comstock shares her experiences with large career shifts and how she leaned into change and became a change-maker rather than running from it.

Jenna Ushkowitz
Season 1: Episode 11

Tony Award-winning producer and actress Jenna Ushkowitz explains why we should be saying yes to more things—even when they scare us.

Randi Zuckerberg
Season 1: Episode 10

Balance is impossible. Randi Zuckerberg, the founder & CEO of Zuckerberg Media and the NYT bestselling author of the new book Pick Three, shares how to embrace a “well-lopsided” life.

Kate White
Season 1: Episode 9

Kate White, former editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan and author of the new book, THE GUTSY GIRL HANDBOOK: Your Manifesto for Success, chats about how to find your signature style and why it matters what we wear to work.

Aleesha Smalls-Worthington
Season 1: Episode 8

She’s worked with JAY-Z, Rihanna, and Pharrell Williams. Now, Aleesha Smalls-Worthington (senior brand director at Scotch Porter & founder of The Digital Tidbits) is spilling her networking secrets.

Emily Culp
Season 1: Episode 7

Should women limit themselves to finding female mentors/sponsors/coaches? And how do you approach someone to ask for guidance in your career? To answer those questions and more, Carrie spoke with Emily Culp, Chief Marketing Officer at Keds.

Cathleen Trigg-Jones
Season 1: Episode 6

The secret to work-life balance: getting comfortable saying no. Emmy award-winning journalist and founder of CatScape Productions Cathleen Trigg-Jones chats about how to prioritize what’s important to you.

Maryann Bruce
Season 1: Episode 5

No matter how hard we work or how much we achieve, life will still inevitably throw us curve balls that change our plans—and sometimes our whole lives. But as the saying goes, when life hands you lemons, make lemonade. Maryann Bruce tells Carrie about how her life changed after the famous Miracle on the Hudson.

Charlotte Kerpen
Season 1: Episode 4

Want to know how to manage your brand on social media? Just ask a teenager. Carrie’s daughter Charlotte Kerpen shares how Gen Z is using “Rinstas” and “Finstas” and demonstrates how to find your own personal brand with “The Total Stranger Test.”

Pam Kaufman
Season 1: Episode 3

She joined Nickelodeon when she was eight months pregnant. The brand’s CMO, Pam Kaufman, joined Carrie to talk about how we can have the family AND the career we want.

Dawn Hudson
Season 1: Episode 2

What’s your gut telling you? Dawn Hudson, CMO of the NFL, joined Carrie to chat about how to make smart career decisions by going with your gut.

Lauren Maillian
Season 1: Episode 1

She’s a former model, creative entrepreneur, bestselling author, and mother of two with a picture-perfect life online. On the inaugural episode of Work It, Lauren Maillian gets real about the highlight reel.