Sinopsis

Wild Rye Radio shares stories of breaking trail, and the characters who led the way. Brought to you by Wild Rye, makers of design-forward outdoor apparel for women. #playwild

Episodios

  • WRR10: The Harder Way to Startup: Were Talking Full-Time Jobs.

    WRR10: The Harder Way to Startup: We're Talking Full-Time Jobs.

    23/10/2018 Duración: 44min

    Running a startup is hard, but you know what makes it harder? Holding down a full-time job while you do it. On this episode of Wild Rye Radio, our founders Katy & Cassie share what it's like to balance the job that pays with passion. Here's a preview: it's both incredibly challenging, and deeply rewarding.

  • WRR9: Jenn Kriske MFF Update

    WRR9: Jenn Kriske MFF Update

    28/06/2018 Duración: 31min

    Female entrepreneurs only receive 3% of venture capital, and Machines for Freedom Founder, Jenn Kriske is now part of that elite group. On June 4th, MFF announced that they would be stepping under the Specialized Bikes umbrella, so we caught up with Jenn about the changes coming to Machines for Freedom. Listen to hear her explain how starting a business is like riding a lion...it's scary to dismount.

  • WRR8: Jean Enersen, KING-TV

    WRR8: Jean Enersen, KING-TV

    19/02/2018 Duración: 37min

    This week Wild Rye co-founder, Cassie Abel sat down with Jean Enersen, the nation's first female news anchor and longest running person on a major new station anchor desk - a whopping 48 years with NBC's King 5 news out of Seattle. Jean shares stories about getting into the biz, adventuring on the job, interviewing mega celebs such as Jimmy Carter and Barak Obama, motherhood and her own #metoo moments.  Have a listen for some serious glass-ceiling-chattering inspiration.

  • WWR7: Jeanine Pesce, Range

    WWR7: Jeanine Pesce, Range

    18/01/2018 Duración: 41min

    We talk to Jeanine Pesce about coining the term "modern outdoors woman," what it's like to balance a thriving business and toddler, and where she believes the outdoor industry is headed.

  • WRR6: Amanda Goad, Bold Brew

    WRR6: Amanda Goad, Bold Brew

    28/11/2017 Duración: 40min

    Amanda Goad shares with us what it's like to run not just one, but TWO startups in the mountain town of Durango and how she gives back to the entrepreneurial community in the four corners.

  • WRR5: Corinne Prevot, Skida

    WRR5: Corinne Prevot, Skida

    14/09/2017 Duración: 37min

    On today’s episode, we talk to Corinne Prevot. Founder of the accessories powerhouse, Skida, Corinne got her start hand-sewing hats for her nordic ski team mates at Burke Mountain academy. Almost a decade later, Corinne has built a Burlington, VT base brand and a team that continues to produce one of the must-have accessories for skiers around the world.

  • WRR4: Jen See, Freelance Journalist

    WRR4: Jen See, Freelance Journalist

    29/07/2017 Duración: 51min

    On today’s episode, we talk to Jen See. A writer, photographer, surfer, and cyclist, Jen started her career as a History PhD, interviewing for tenure track jobs at places like Yale before realizing the call of the California coastline was strong enough to change careers. Now a freelance writer for publications that including Men's Journal, Bicycling, and the Adventure Journal, Jen discusses what it was like to change careers after a decade of pursuing a specific dream, how to stay sane as a freelancer, and why the importance of place can outweigh everything else.

  • WRR3: Jenn Hannon, Machines for Freedom

    WRR3: Jenn Hannon, Machines for Freedom

    13/07/2017 Duración: 38min

    In Episode 3 of Wild Rye Radio we talk with Jenn Hannon, founder of Machines for Freedom, a Los Angeles based maker of beautiful and technical road cycling apparel for women.  From dealing with the unexpected, to learning to manage the increasingly fluid nature of our personal and professional lives, Jenn shares her experience launching, growing, and running Machines.

  • WRR2: Collyn Ahart, Bowndling

    WRR2: Collyn Ahart, Bowndling

    29/06/2017 Duración: 43min

    In episode 2 of Wild Rye Radio we talk to Collyn Ahart. Founder of Bowndling--maker of adventurewear for women--Collyn came up through the ranks of the agency world working with clients like Nike and Rapha before launching her own company. But only a year after launch, Bowndling shuttered. Collyn shares with us what it was like to live through a "fast failure," and shares some insights into the development and future of the outdoor womens market. Wild Rye Radio is brought to you by Wild Rye, makers of design-forward outdoor apparel for women. #playwild

  • WRR1: Stephanie Roberts, Flora Financial Consulting

    WRR1: Stephanie Roberts, Flora Financial Consulting

    14/06/2017 Duración: 30min

    In episode 1 of Wild Rye Radio, we talk to Stephanie Roberts. Previously CFO of Old Navy and Specialized Bicycle Components, Steph shares with us what it was like to grow up as 1 of 8 children, how she went from the night school class room to the c-suite, and how she's managed her imposter syndrome along the way. Wild Rye Radio is brought to you by Wild Rye, makers of design-forward outdoor apparel for women. #playwild

  • Welcome to Wild Rye Radio

    Welcome to Wild Rye Radio

    14/06/2017 Duración: 02min

    An introduction to Wild Rye Radio, stories of breaking trail and the characters who led the way. Brought to you by Wild Rye, makers of design-forward outdoor apparel for women. #playwild

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