Recent Episodes

12: Robbie Hardy
“Entrepreneurologist” & Author of Upsetting the Table and Fed Up to Start Up

11: Jenny Fielding
Co-Founder & Managing Partner, Everywhere Ventures

10: Sharon Gillenwater
Co-Founder and Former CEO, Boardroom Insiders

09: Bridget Johns
CEO & Co-Founder, To & From

08: Kate Brodock
CEO of Switch; General Partner at W Fund

07: Carleen Haylett
CEO of EnrichedHQ

06: Maria Intscher-Owrang
CEO of Simplifyber; Fashion Innovator

05: Jonathan Greechan
CEO & Co-Founder of The Founder Institute

04: Ellen Weber
Executive Director of Robin Hood Ventures

03: Danielle Cohn
Vice President, Startup Engagement and Head of Comcast NBCUniversal’s LIFT Labs

02: J. Kelly Hoey
Author of Build Your Dream Network: Forging Powerful Relationships in a Hyper-Connected World

01: Amber Liao
Author of Still She Raises: Venture Capital for Female Founders.

About The Hosts

Shelli Pavone

CEO & Co-Founder, Inlightened

Shelli Pavone has more than 20 years of commercial experience in healthcare, and a history of developing sales strategy and teams from the ground up. She excels in managing change and executing adaptive programs in highly competitive segments.

Having spent her entire career focused on healthcare, she understands the unique challenges that come with disrupting an incredibly complex market. She is dedicated to partnering with clinicians and innovators to help shape the future of healthcare.

Previously, Shelli worked with Lumere, a startup focused on utilizing clinical evidence to facilitate patient-focused, cost-effective decisions around pharmaceuticals and devices. Most recently, she led the sales and marketing team at Avant-garde Health, a healthcare analytics company with solutions that guide hospitals to improve outcomes and lower costs.

She was named among Forbes‘ Next 1000 2021. Shelli is a graduate of The Ohio State University, with a BS in Psychology.

Tracey Welson-Rossman

CEO & Founder, Journal My Health

Tracey Welson-Rossman is a sought-after expert, advisor and advocate for women in technology. She is co-founder and CMO of Philadelphia-based software consulting firm Chariot Solutions and founder of TechGirlz, which was acquired by Creating IT Futures in 2019. She is the founder and CEO of a new startup, Journal My Health, a digital platform for patients with chronic conditions.

Tracey is a frequent commenter on women in technology-related careers and the future of work. She has shared insights and solutions from the stage at SXSW, as a contributor to Forbes, and as a speaker at the Philadelphia Women’s March.

Tracey began her career in retail management and advertising sales, before acquiring child transportation company KangaKab in 2005. In addition to leading the branding and marketing strategy for Chariot, she helped grow the company 10x since its launch.

Tracey is a founding board member of Philadelphia Startup Leaders, board member for CompTIA Spark and WXPN, a Commissioner for the PA Governor’s Commission for Women, and an advisor for startup Rec Philly.