Empowering Women Leaders

The Int-HER-rupt Podcast mobilizes women in leadership to disrupt the status quo, to take their seats at the table, and to be part of the conversations that are happening in the places where women engage.

Int-HER-rupt provides a place for women to collaborate, encourage, and inspire each other through discussions about balancing work and home, being heard in the workplace, prioritizing self-care, navigating professional relationships, and other issues relevant to women in leadership.

Int-HER-rupt is hosted by Linda Yates, the Image Energizer, and produced by TSE Studios. Listen, subscribe, and share with other women who are leading the charge toward change.

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INT 011: Two Steps Back to Move Forward

INT 011: Two Steps Back to Move Forward

Getting to know Elizabeth George Elizabeth George works as a senior manager at Sensormatic, a subsidiary of Johnson Controls. She is a mother of two boys, 16 and 10 years old. Elizabeth is also a member of  Toastmaster International and has served in different...

INT 010: How to Navigate Jealousy

INT 010: How to Navigate Jealousy

Though it's a normal part of the human experience, learning how to navigate jealousy will protect your relationships and help you understand the people around you. Linda Yates and Nancy Gault have known each other for 22 years. As a partner in a CPA FIRM and a...

INT 009: Education and the Path to the C-Suite

INT 009: Education and the Path to the C-Suite

More and more women are landing in leadership roles at the university level, and Dr. Michelle Johnston shares her leadership experiences and her journey of education and the path to the C-suite. Michelle’s career journey is a bit accidental for her. While she loved...

INT 008: Why Women Should Engage in the Election

INT 008: Why Women Should Engage in the Election

The 2020 election culminates on voting day tomorrow, and in this 100th anniversary year since women gained the right to vote, it’s important to understand why women should engage in the election.  Sarah Lamar, an attorney from the law firm of HunterMaclean in...

INT 007: How To Be Heard Over the “Me Too” Movement

INT 007: How To Be Heard Over the “Me Too” Movement

  Today’s guest is Amy Chorew and she’s going to speak about the “Me Too” movement, a hot topic in today’s generation. Amy sheds light on how our voices can be heard above the movement and how it has impacted women in leadership.  Being interrupted  Amy has been...

INT 006: How to Balance Good Health and Career

INT 006: How to Balance Good Health and Career

Le Bergin is the head trainer for FASTer Way to Fat Loss who started out as a high school teacher before she pursued this journey of helping others with their health goals. In today’s episode, Le sheds light on her journey to personal growth and how it’s connected to...

INT 005: Why Being Human is an Important Aspect of Leadership

INT 005: Why Being Human is an Important Aspect of Leadership

Today’s guest is Sherry Chris, the CEO of the Realogy Expansion Brands. Her focus is guiding the strategic growth of brands. Under her leadership, she’s been able to grow REBs brand in over forty states and across six countries. In this episode, Sherry talks about her...

INT 004: I’m not your Girl!

INT 004: I’m not your Girl!

Having a seat at the table Organizations give women seats at the table. Oftentimes though, these are token seats. Even after being on a career path for years, it can be difficult to feel your position doesn’t command the same respect as colleagues in the same...

INT 003: Race in the Workplace

INT 003: Race in the Workplace

What has race got to do with experiences in the workplace? Does it impact results? Let’s talk about that in this episode. Charlotte Price Leonard is a healthcare executive now working as the Regional Director of Operations for Promedica Senior Care. She’s also a...

INT 002: Am I a Bad Mom Because I’m Career Centered?

INT 002: Am I a Bad Mom Because I’m Career Centered?

Balancing a career and being a mother is challenging. In this episode, we talk to Jenny Davis, who worked with large companies before starting her own firm. She is also the mother of five kids. In our discussion with Jenny, we will talk about the obstacles that can...