Women at Work is a weekly conversation on how to help women join, stay, succeed and lead in the workplace. We explore tactics and strategies to help women and men at all stages of career; talk with extraordinary role models; and look through the gender lens to build a more inclusive, satisfying and diverse workplace. Women at Work is the proud recipient of a 2016 Gracie Award from the Alliance for Women in Media .

Guests [view recent guests]

  • Past Guest Wed 4/19
    Brenna Sniderman

    Senior Manager, Subject Matter Specialist, Center for Integrated Research
    Deloitte Services LP

  • Past Guest Wed 4/12
    Jamila Taylor

    Senior Fellow
    American Progress

  • Past Guest Wed 4/12
    Gretchen Borchelt

    Vice President for Reproductive Rights and Health
    National Women's Law Center

  • Past Guest Wed 4/5
    Dr. Kelsey Crow

    Professor of social work, author
    California State University

  • Past Guest Wed 3/29
    Sarah Robb O'Hagan

    Author of "EXTREME YOU: Step Up, Stand Out, Kick Ass. Repeat."

  • Past Guest Wed 3/22
    Tiffany Dufu

    Author of "Drop the Ball: Achieve More by Doing Less"

  • Past Guest Wed 3/15
    Kim Scott

    Co-Founder
    Candor, Inc

  • Past Guest Wed 3/8
    Wendy Sachs

    Author of “Fearless and Free: How Smart Women Pivot and Relaunch their Careers”

  • Past Guest Wed 3/1
    Pam Borton

    Division-1 Basketball Coach, Author of "On Point: A Coach's Game Plan for Life, Leadership, and Performing with Grace Under Fire"

  • Past Guest Wed 2/22
    Shavonda Sumter

    New Jersey State Assemblywoman
    New Jersey General Assembly; New Jersey Democratic State Committe

  • Past Guest Wed 2/22
    Debbie Walsh

    Director
    Center for American Women and Politics

  • Past Guest Wed 2/15
    Jamila Taylor

    Senior Fellow
    American Progress

Hosts

Laura ZarrowLaura Zarrow

Laura Zarrow is the Sr. Director of Wharton People Analytics, and has spent her career implementing innovations to advance the strategic goals of educational institutions, and the needs of diverse learners alike. Having built Wharton's Lifelong Learning program as a member of Wharton's Innovation Group, she is now working to develop Wharton's People Analytics Initiative and its ground-breaking work in evidenced-based management.

Prior to her time at The Wharton School, Laura served as the Dean of the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts and the Associate Provost at the The University of the Arts. Laura holds a BFA from the University of the Arts and an MSEd from the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania. She is a devoted swimmer, an exuberant cook, and the proud mother of a spirited teen-age feminist.

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