Jessica Lee is a graduate of Columbia University School of Law, a Revson Fellowship Recipient and a Partner at Loeb and Loeb LLP.
Jessica has extensive legal knowledge of emerging technology and regularly advises clients on advanced advertising strategies, from how to monetize consumer insights derived from the use of emerging media platforms, including OTT apps, social media channels, wearables, chatbots, to helping them engage influencers and leverage user-generated content to optimize data collected through social media campaigns.
Jessica also advises on global and European data protection laws including data protection strategy and compliance (with a focus on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)) the topic of today's conversation.
The information provided in this interview is to only be used for informational purposes, does not constitute legal advice, and does not create an attorney-client relationship. If you need legal advice, please contact an attorney directly.
Liza Rodewald is an entrepreneur and software engineer with 16+ years of technical experience. Since 2004, she launched 3 companies in the software and services industry.
As Co-Founder and CEO of MadSkills Liza is providing flexible work options for professionals while serving middle market companies with quality virtual talent on demand.
Find out how she stays on the leading edge while being an active duty military spouse and mother to four kiddos.
Monica Mo, PhD is the founder and CEO of WellSeek, a brand and media company on a mission to dispel myths and spread truth in the health and wellness world.
She’s the Curating Editor of the WellSeek Collective and a member of the Council of Directors at True Health Initiative, a global coalition of world-renowned health experts alongside David L. Katz, Sanjay Gupta, and Deepak Chopra, and has been featured in Thrive Global and BuzzFeed.
From Fenty to Glossier and Birchbox the beauty industry has seen a lot of disruption in recent years. Today's special guest is Sheena Franklin who is leaping forward with a disruptive data-driven, and personalized machine learning beauty management application, Well-Kept Beauty. Her goal is to give us full control of our skincare and beauty routines so we know what is working for us and what is not!
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Modern Mogul was formed on the concept of bringing modern and ancient ideas together from technology to yoga and from innovation to intuition and intention. This is why after taking some of Rev. Jagadisha's classes I knew we had an aligned perspective and I invited him to talk with us on the podcast from his wealth of knowledge and experiential wisdom in yoga study and teaching for over 2 decades.
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Monica Snyder is a businesswoman, Chief Nerd and Co-founder at Fearlessly Social, on a mission to make a difference while living her best life. As a Serial Entrepreneur and the Engineer behind several Saas companies, Monica's software has helped over 12,000 entrepreneurs scale their business using software and systems.
Monica is nothing short of strategic, smart and driven. In this interview, she is sharing from her experience:
ANGEL QUINTANA is a business mentor, metaphysician, holistic health practitioner, and founder of the Holistic Fashionista umbrella brand formed with the mission to support and build up holistic leaders of tomorrow to share their message with the world. She is passionate about sharing her sacred rituals and grassroots business and marketing strategies through her trademark concepts Signature System® and Kismet Client®.
In this episode, we are talking about:
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Merlyne Jean-Louis, Esq. is the founder of Jean-Louis Law, P.C., a New York-based law firm that focuses on business, entertainment and immigration law.
She has provided counsel to entrepreneurs and creatives, including social media influencers and tech startups. She also writes a legal blog for entrepreneurs at www.jllaw.net.
Not sure what to consider related to IP (trademarks and copyright) law? Tune in now:
4:03: Merlyne's backstory of how she started in law and the inspiration that helped her to open her own firm
9:50: Why the law tends to lag behind new technology and how lawyers approach those cases
11:01: How to think about copyright, nondisclosure agreements and trademark laws and what each covers
17:03: Can you reserve your trademark or protect it before you start using it broadly or making money from using it
19:30: What can happen if you don't properly research and protect your trademarks and basically why trademark laws were created to protect customers
24:30: Merlyne answers questions about how intellectual property law is defined, how you know if you need an NDA, and what each protects
34:50: We cover some of the other legal matters for which you may want to secure a lawyer
37:04: How Merlyne thinks about leadership, continuous learning and collaborating with others
41:01: One healthy cult we both agree can be essential to being modern moguls and why we both love to travel
44:17: How Merlyne keeps a positive and radiant energy and what makes her a Modern Mogul
Mona is an English major turned Software Engineer turned Entrepreneur. She is now the founder of Bra Theory, a made-to-measure bra company that will solve your problems with bras. When she's not working on Bra Theory, Mona is either working relentlessly on self-introspection and self-growth... or skiing, dancing, singing, and being holistically human.
In this episode, we are discussing:
1. How Mona came to find the problem with bras and decided to do something about solving it
2. How she views customer development and the impact it has had on her market positioning, pricing and MVP decisions so far
3. You'll also hear about her daily success ritual and leadership mantra and her perspective on imposter syndrome and talk to male VCs about her work
Nechelle Bartley is a seasoned Financial Strategist and Project Manager with 19+ years experience in her niche. She is the founder of Money Basics where she empowers female entrepreneurs to become true CEO's of their money.
In this episode, we talk about common pitfalls for women and entrepreneurs and money and how to start overcoming them. Nechelle's experience on being a woman in business and her bigger mission. We also get an inside look at her thoughts on leadership and listens learned that she wanted to share. Tune in!
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Marlyne, reflects on the last two seasons and kick-off the themes and focus areas for the next season of the podcast.
The Gig economy and future of work
Multiple streams of income
Tech innovation and culture
Gender roles and changing culture
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With modern movements taking aim at the way "things have always been" and raging a war on authority figures with the #metoo and #timesup hashtags and movements, now is the time to go back and dust off Sheryl Sandberg's 2013 book "Lean In: Women Work and the Will to Lead"
In this episode, Marlyne is talking about the 3 main takeaways from the book and why they are most relevant in 2018. Points include: