• Top Videos

    • Advocating for Women in the Workplace

      It's a special all-women edition of Inside INdiana Business featuring female guest hosts and guests. She's an advocate for women in the workplace and holds a key executive position at Indianapolis-based The Finish Line. COO Melissa Greenwell shares tips from her book "Money on the Table," and how she practices what she preaches in the office. 

    • Women in Tech: The Bee Corp

      Bloomington-based startup The Bee Corp has landed milestone funding from the National Science Foundation. Guest Host Sara Croft from TechPoint talks with CEO Ellie Symes about how the funding will help improve its beehive monitoring technology. 

    • Women in Construction

      When it comes to big construction projects in southwest Indiana, there's a woman at the forefront. Guest Host WGU Chancellor Allison Barber introduces you to Skanska's Barbara Daum and discusses her success in a male-dominated industry. 

    • Trendiana: Women Mixing Things Up

      Meet six Hoosier women who work in the craft beer and spirits industries. This month's Trendiana segment zeros in on some of the best female mixologists, brewers and distillers in Indiana with Guest Host Nikki Reed of WZPL Radio and Yelp’s Brittany Smith.

    • Women Educator: Codelicious

      Codelicious is a woman-led, tech company that develops and licenses educational curriculum for teaching problem solving and analytical thinking through coding. Guest Host and Pharm CEO Erin Albert talks with CEO Christine McDonnell about the startup’s aggressive growth plans.

    • Women Innovating Health: CapeAble

      Two moms from Fort Wayne spent five years creating specialty scarves, blankets and capes, designed to help relieve stress and provide calmness. Guest Host and Reporter Kylie Veleta talks with the co-founders of CapeAble about their unique SmartWeight technology and new manufacturing technologythey invented.

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  • The Show

    • Special Women's INsiders

      Each week a group of Insiders offers perspective on the week's top stories. This week, an all-female INsiders panel sounds off on what it takes to get more women in leadership positions and on corporate boards. Guest Host and Kiwanis Executive Christina Hale leads the ladies in an important discussion.

    • Women in Sports: Less Than 100 Days Away

      We are just a couple months away from the 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500, and one woman is very busy and key to preparing for the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. Guest Host and Field Reporter Mary-Rachel Redman finds out how Senior VP Allison Melangton spends her day, and what’s new for 2018. 

    • Women Innovating Health: CapeAble

      Two moms from Fort Wayne spent five years creating specialty scarves, blankets and capes, designed to help relieve stress and provide calmness. Guest Host and Reporter Kylie Veleta talks with the co-founders of CapeAble about their unique SmartWeight technology and new manufacturing technologythey invented.

    • Women Educator: Codelicious

      Codelicious is a woman-led, tech company that develops and licenses educational curriculum for teaching problem solving and analytical thinking through coding. Guest Host and Pharm CEO Erin Albert talks with CEO Christine McDonnell about the startup’s aggressive growth plans.

    • Trendiana: Women Mixing Things Up

      Meet six Hoosier women who work in the craft beer and spirits industries. This month's Trendiana segment zeros in on some of the best female mixologists, brewers and distillers in Indiana with Guest Host Nikki Reed of WZPL Radio and Yelp’s Brittany Smith.

    • Women in Construction

      When it comes to big construction projects in southwest Indiana, there's a woman at the forefront. Guest Host WGU Chancellor Allison Barber introduces you to Skanska's Barbara Daum and discusses her success in a male-dominated industry. 

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  • Perspectives

    • #MeToo, Bullying And What We All Can Do Now

      Indeed, it is an interesting time with so much continuing to come out in Hollywood, the media, other industries, and even our state government related to the sexual harassment of women - women who have remained silent for years. Like those women, I too have been harassed in various ways over the course of my career, even in recent years - and yes, even in top leadership roles. The headline about my departure or the email citing that I was moving on never fully told the real story.

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