In the Media

Speaking Engagements and Publications from Members of the Trajectory Women Community

Past Features
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Trajectory Women Founder Marya Stark appears on the podcast, "Our Mothers Ourselves".

Veteran New York Times reporter Katie Hafner interviews Marya Stark about Marya's mother, Helen, who lived for most of her life with a debilitating lung condition that left her with 25% of normal lung capacity.  

Helen had nine children, and somehow managed to make each believe that that one child was her favorite. Katie and Marya dig deep into how Helen might have managed to pull that off. May 2020.

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Trajectory Women Coach Laine Joelson Cohen appears on the podcast, "Work and Life with Stew Friedman".

Stew and Laine talk about how to effectively coach others, how to be coached well, how to provide useful feedback, and the importance of networking in a way that doesn’t feel icky. They discuss the difficulties people have in developing these skills and Laine offers practical tips for overcoming these challenges to improve performance in all parts of your life. May 2018.

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Harvard Business School's 30th Annual Dynamic Women in Business Conference: Inspire to Rebuild"Executive Mindset: Women Have What It Takes to Lead Well"
A Panel Moderated by Leigh Kearney, Coach

This year's Inspire to Rebuild Conference, organized by the Women's Student Association (WSA) at Harvard Business School, featured an exciting agenda that included Trajectory Women's Leigh Kearney! Leigh was a speaker and moderator for the session, "Executive Mindset: Women Have What it Takes to Lead Well".

FEBRUARY 6TH, 2021

FREE EVENT 

Executive Mindset: Women Have What it Takes to Lead Well

A Panel Moderated by Leigh Kearney

FEBRUARY 6TH AT 1:15 PM
The 30th Annual Dynamic Women in Business Conference: “Inspire to Rebuild” at Harvard Business School

This panel we will deliver the strong message that executive women are absolutely prepared and eminently capable of leading well in these chaotic and uncertain times of COVID-19 and beyond. The trick is to learn how to access those competencies and then go use them well!

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Past Features
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Trajectory Women WomenFounder Marya Stark appears on the podcast, "Our Mothers Ourselves".

Katie interviews Marya Stark, founding executive director of Emerge America, about Marya's mother, Helen, who lived for most of her life with a debilitating lung condition that left her with 25% of normal lung capacity. 

Helen had nine children, and somehow managed to make each believe that that one child was her favorite. Katie and Marya dig deep into how Helen might have managed to pull that off. May 2020.

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Trajectory Women WomenCoach Laine Joelson Cohen appears on the podcast, "Work and Life with Stew Friedman".

Stew and Laine talk about how to effectively coach others, how to be coached well, how to provide useful feedback, and the importance of networking in a way that doesn’t feel icky. They discuss the difficulties people have in developing these skills and Laine offers practical tips for overcoming these challenges to improve performance in all parts of your life. May 2018.

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Harvard Business School's 30th Annual Dynamic Women in Business Conference: Inspire to Rebuild

"Executive Mindset: Women Have What It Takes to Lead Well"
A Panel Moderated by Leigh Kearney, Coach

This year's Inspire Rebuild Conference, organized by the Women's Student Association (WSA) at Harvard Business School, features an exciting agenda that includes Trajectory Women 's Leigh Kearney! Leigh was be a speaker and moderator for the session, "Executive Mindset: Women Have What it Takes to Lead Well".

FEBRUARY 6TH, 2021

FREE EVENT 

Executive Mindset: Women Have What it Takes to Lead Well

A Panel Moderated by Leigh Kearney

FEBRUARY 6TH AT 1:15 PM
The 30th Annual Dynamic Women in Business Conference: “Inspire to Rebuild” at Harvard Business School

This panel we will deliver the strong message that executive women are absolutely prepared and eminently capable of leading well in these chaotic and uncertain times of COVID-19 and beyond. The trick is to learn how to access those competencies and then go use them well!

REGISTER

The Coaching Advantage

Laine Joelson Cohen appears on Work and Life with Stew Friedman

Stew and Laine talk about how to effectively coach others, how to be coached well, how to provide useful feedback, and the importance of networking in a way that doesn’t feel icky.

"Coaching takes time. It's a skill. It happens in the small moments."  – Laine Joelson Cohen

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Experience the power of coaching + community

The best athletes and executives in the world have coaches powering their journeys. 

You should too. But the cost of high quality 1:1 coaching can place it out of reach. And even if it’s affordable, 1:1 coaching lacks the unique power of a Trajectory Women Womenpeer group.

The group has your back.

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