I had an honest conversation about brave and innovative leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic with Dr. Tarika Barrett, Chief Operating Officer of Girls Who Code.
Cecile opens up about the bravery of stepping down as head of Planned Parenthood, co-founding Supermajority to empower women, and making lasting change in a system that was set up to keep women out.
For Reshma Saujani, founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, her podcast grew out of a mission — to help people change the world.
Joe Holland, CEO of Teachers Pay Teachers, and Reshma Saujani, Founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, talk about how their organizations are supporting teachers, students, and parents during the coronavirus, and the particular challenges that students from lower socio-economic backgrounds face.
Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani shares her daily soundtrack.
I know that we can continue to keep our heads up and our feet moving forward.
Confronting staying true to who you are, where embarrassment really comes from, and the challenges of marginalized relationships.
Are you ready to get brave about your fitness and health?
With audio from a 2016 TED Talk--”Teach girls bravery, not perfection”--given by Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code, TED’s filmmaking goal was to create a memorable and approachable story to teach girls that they will be loved and accepted not for being perfect, but for being courageous.
Have you been putting off taking care of your mental health?
Opinion by Reshma Saujani
If you're on the fence, here's my advice to you.
On Tuesday, Governor Cuomo launched the "Love Makes a Family" campaign to legalize gestational surrogacy and help support LGBTQ individuals and people struggling with fertility start families.
This week, Reshma gets personal about her struggles with fertility and the sisterhood she found through surrogacy.
Ready to brave up your parenting?
By Reshma Saujani
A candid discussion on who gets to be brave and authentic at work, and how to train yourself to get past that imposter syndrome.
This year I'm focusing on something that has a much better chance at improving my happiness: saying no.
If we don’t take some time to dwell on our screw-ups, we don’t truly own them and learn from them.
Because there’s room for bravery in everyone’s life.
After 9 years of fertility struggles, our son is being carried by an angel -- our gestational carrier Amber.
By: Alisha Haridasani Gupta
I felt like a total imposter... lucky as hell, but not smart enough (or rich enough or white enough) to really "belong there."
Everyone was just looking at me like I was speaking a foreign language... 🤦♀
My reaction? Pulling my hair out and screaming.
On the season finale of season 4, Reshma Saujani faces her 'ledge'
Who let me go out with my hair like this??
I wanted to jump out of the car and hand my friend the wheel back but then I realized how quick we are to quit when we feel stupid.
By: Erin Carson
Are you constantly giving up on new hobbies because you're not good at it from the start? Reshma explores how to break away from that perfection mindset.
See that crazy look in his eyes? I’ve tried, I really have...
By Reshma Saujani
Reshma explores the way young girls are discouraged from working through challenges and sitting with frustration.
Anyone else take up a hobby and immediately want to quit? Same.
Let’s work that bravery muscle—literally! Reshma explores the ways we’ve been teaching young girls to be fearful and gives you a bravery challenge to help you unlearn those messages.
Is worrying what other people think holding you back? Reshma explores how we can stop giving so many fucks.
Do one simple thing you wouldn’t normally do, because you’re worried about what someone else might think.
Challenge: Be like Cardi B, do something that screams I don't care
Get active! Try something physical that you've never done before not for the sake of getting fit or losing weight but to do something new!
Hang up a picture frame, troubleshoot that IT problem. Do something you've told yourself you can't do because you're not technical/handy/etc.
Challenge this week: Get a hobby.
Reshma Saujani explores why we wait to have the perfect question to raise our hands
Challenge: Raise your hand in a meeting, make your voice heard in every room you're in
It really is as simple as that
I have to admit it: when my producer sent me the first cut, my reaction was “Nope. I can’t put that out there.”
By Reshma Saujani
Join a six-week crash course to free yourself from the chokehold of perfection and rewire yourself for bravery
October 2, 2019
October 3, 2019
September 17, 2019
Reshma and Girls Who Code hosted a Brave, Not Perfect Townhall with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
Reshma spoke at a sold-out Commonwealth conversation
Reshma joined NBC News Correspondent, Stephanie Ruhle at NYC's 92Y
By Eilene Zimmerman
Tune in every Tuesday for interviews, tips, and tricks on how we can all live our most #BraveNotPerfect lives with Reshma Saujani
Brave, Not Perfect has a new home... and this is it!
Season 4, Episode 1 premiers Tuesday, August 6. Stay tuned!
Season 4, Episode 2 premiers August 13. Stay tuned!
By Reshma Saujani
We all know mom guilt is SO real... but I'm starting to think aunt guilt is almost worse...
Does my son really need a dance party before we brush our teeth every night?
Taking inventory of the things I avoid... like doing my own taxes
It all came out when we slowed down on vacation...
Reshma Saujani joins Dax Shepard in the attic on Armchair Expert
Go for the moonshot with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Reshma on this episode of Brave, Not Perfect.
By Kendra Levin
By Reshma Saujani for USA Today
By Reshma Saujani for CNBC
Interview with Reshma Saujani
By Jasmine Garsd
Reshma Saujani on Good Morning America
By Becky Hughes
By Reshma Saujani for The Cut
By Reshma Saujani for Fortune
Get "Good and Mad" with bestselling feminist writer Rebecca Traister and Reshma on this episode of Brave, Not Perfect.
Hear from Stacey Abrams on her run for Governor on this eposide of Brave, Not Perfect with Reshma Saujani