Stories My Mother Told Me: Creating Professional Narrative

22May

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In the final part of our Mother's Day Series, a filmmaker and her mother tell their story of creating a business together and how they combine the skills of the millennial and baby boomer generations to help business professionals how to tell their own story.


Guest(s):
Debbie Sultan, Co-Founder & Marketing Guru, Food Guru, San Francisco, CA
Ariel Sultan, Co-Founder & Video Guru, Food Guru, San Francisco, CA

Orchard House: Life Lessons from Generations of Gardeners

15May

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In Part Two of our Mother's Day Series, we visit the pages of a beautiful new memoir, Orchard House: How a Neglected Garden Taught One Family to Grow, and speak with the author about what happens when, on a common ground, differences become cherished strengths.


Guest(s):
Tara Austen Weaver, Author, Orchard House, Seattle, WA

Mother Earth, Mother of Mine: Lessons from a Biodynamic Family Business

8May

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In a month-long feature on motherhood throughout the month of May, we look first at a family whose business is based on caring for Mother Nature. The mother-daughter duo discusses similarities in raising a family and tending to the land, and the opportunities to build upon the wisdom from each generation.


Guest(s):
Katrina Frey, Executive Director, Frey Vineyards, Redwood Valley, CA
Eliza Frey, Winemaker, Frey Vineyards, Redwood Valley, CA

Making Your Life More Vanilla: Simple, Sweet & Sustainable

1May

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Vanilla has become a synonym for plain and predictable. Yet this spice has one of the most special stories you've never heard. Travel with us in Malagasy stories and develop a new appreciation for the orchid that produces one of the most fundamental flavors of modern cuisine.


Guest(s):
Nathaniel Delafield, CEO & Co-Founder, LAFAZA, Oakland, CA
James Delafield, CPO & Co-Founder, LAFAZA, Oakland, CA