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Olympia Yarger

Olympia Yarger filled a knowledge gap in my brain: the beauty of maggots. I never fully appreciated maggots, particularly of the black soldier fly, until I interviewed her. She is helping reshape waste management as the founder and current CEO of Goterra, located in Australia. Her drive towards more efficient farming and reducing food [...]

Suzy Batiz

Suzy Batiz is the founder of Poo~Pourri. Perhaps you’ve heard of it -- it’s the spray before you go toilet spray. Her company is famous for its innovative and hilarious viral videos like “Girls Don't Poop.” It is, literally, a crappy business. That said, it has 44,000 ratings on Amazon that average 4.5 stars. [...]

Emma Issacs

This episode’s remarkable person is Emma Isaacs. She is the CEO of a women’s networking community that started in Australia and is growing across the rest of the world. Emma Isaacs didn’t draw up a life plan. Emma doesn’t believe in work/life balance, and she’s never had a five-year plan -- instead, she dives [...]

Mike Sinyard

Mike Sinyard is the founder and chairman of Specialized Bicycle Components. Sinyard was inducted into the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame in 1988. His StumpJumper mountain bike was added to the Smithsonian Museum in 1994. The history of Specialized begins in the summer of 1973 when Mike sold his VW van for $1,500 and [...]

Shellye Archambeau

This episode’s guest may be Wharton’s second most famous graduate. Her name is Shellye Archambeau. She is a power house. A woman with a plan. She is unapologetically ambitious. She worked for IBM while in college and then took a sales job there after graduating. She well-versed in leading tech companies because she was [...]

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