How Financial Feminism can change the world | EP01.S2 Jessica Robinson
Jessica is a strategic advisor to governments, institutional investors, think tanks and companies on all things related to green finance, sustainability and responsible investment. She has lived and worked in North America, Europe and Asia and is now based in Dubai, a global citizen at heart.More about Jessica's Moxie FutureWhat We Discuss:00:00 Intro03:12 15 years in finance03:41 Her fascination for gender & female empowerment04:16 How she decided to move forward for female empowerment05:44 Financial gaps that women face06:47 Jessica trusting her GGUTT08:35 How can women get started in investing08:52 Concept of greenwashing & knowing where you’re investing in is being transparent12:44 Opinion about Cryptocurrency & Blockchain14:02 Difference between the investing mindset & culture17:59 Approaching problem-solving20:20 Giving value to more valuable things in our world23:04 People are spending more on non-essential things25:23 The role of universities in today’s day and age27:20 How schools take us into a specific thought process28:49 How she measures success when she works with women & companies30:57 How she started investing in women’s businesses32:19 Why women are not confident about investing & talking about finance34:12 Why she wrote her book37:06 The toughest thing she did38:17 Last thought---GGUTTALKS is a podcast focusing on business and tech for good, experience design and ggutt feelings. It is aimed at corporates, professionals, entrepreneurs and anyone interested in building, growing or pivoting businesses and data-driven products with impact. Guests are entrepreneurs, investors and industry leaders.🛎 Subscribe to GGUTTALKS on your favorite podcast player!🔗 Let's get Linking:Linkedin https://go.ggutt.com/linkedinYoutube: http://go.ggutt.com/videoInstagram: http://go.ggutt.com/instagramTikTok: https://go.ggutt.com/tiktokEnroll in the Free Impact Strategy Readiness Email Course or Free Video Course on using Post-its to optimize workflows🔵 Join the Telegram Channel - latest tech, design, investment news to read!
EPISODE TIMELINE2:30- Entry into storytelling3:30- Jessica's 7-minute story (world premiere!)11:30- Repetition13:00- Focus15:00- Why this story now16:00- Attainable goals17:30- Written piece19:00- Better Said Than Done21:00- Women's Storytelling Festival22:30- Two pro tipsJessica Robinson, Founder of Better Said Than Done, has performed at such venues as Atlas Performing Arts Center, The National Women's Equality Monument, and The Miracle Theater. Jessica's solo show, "Tech Babies," premiered at Stories in the Round, and her new solo show “Covid and Kids and Zombies” premiered at The Story Space. Jessica has performed at the International Storytelling Festival, on PBS’ “Stories from the Stage,” and as a featured performer in the Women’s Storytelling Festival. Jessica is co-author of Roar: True Tales of Women Warriors.Jessica is a teaching artist, leading classes for individuals, as well as for the Brookings Institution, INOVA Fairfax Hospital, Marie Stopes International, George Washington University School of Business, and the World Bank, to name a few.FLASH (story + improv + courage)WORKSHOPSSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/grit/donations
290 Why Sustainable Investing is the Future with Jessica Robinson, Author, Sustainable Finance Expert, Founder and Managing Director of Moxie Future
More Money Podcast
For the final week of Season 12, I've got not one, not two, but three amazing episodes to share with you before I go on summer break. And for the first episode this week, we’re talking about sustainable investing and financial feminism! To discuss this topic with me, I am joined by an expert in the field (and a fellow Jessica) . She is an expert in sustainable finance and has over 15 years of experience in the industry. Her career has taken her all over the world resulting in quite the résumé. Jessica is a global expert in sustainable finance and the Founder and Managing Director of — the world’s first insights, education, and community platform empowering women as responsible, sustainable, and impact investors. She also has a newly published book, . In this episode, she talks about what sustainable investing actually means and how it goes deeper than solely investing in green energy. We also chat about how 2020 gave a good indicator to investing skeptics about what kind of returns you can expect from adding sustainable investments to your portfolio, and finally how not to be fooled by greenwashing in the industry. For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/290
Ep. 41 – Jessica Robinson – Navigating the World of High Finance… and Kids
Taking Her Lead
Financial Feminism. As our guest, Jessica Robinson, said, women make money decisions together. Why don’t men make such decisions together, rather than maverick-ly? Shouldn’t something as important as why, where and with whom we invest be topics discussed with others? Hmmm. So, Financial Feminism isn’t about getting money away from men. It’s about making sound, very purposeful decisions about our money. Coming from a woman like Jessica, we should pay attention. She has made a career out of knowing where money goes, with whom is stays, and why. She works, leads, consults, and speaks with purpose, with the input of others she trusts, with wisdom. In addition, of course, she parents with such critical components. She has super cool kids, who are being led to look at the world with those components. Jessica talks about her kids, her hopes for women in the world of finance, how far things have come, and how far they still have to go. It’s a truly wonderful conversation. Enjoy this audio. Enjoy the livestream: Jessica Robinson on Taking Her Lead Livestream Seriously, and with some others, enjoy her book: Financial Feminism Thanks for letting us into your journey, Jessica! Joshua, for the team
3.16 Soul Care, Part ✌🏾 with Jessica Robinson Grant
Being Eve: Be Encouraged | Be Inspired | Be Equipped to THRIVE
Jessica Robinson Grant is back to close-out this amazing series on Soul Care! If you heard Part I, you know exactly why it is imperative to listen to Part 2 of this series: 👇🏾SHOWNOTES👇🏾 In this episode, Jessica shares: ▪Breaking the stigmas surrounding mental health ▪Why finding your identity in Christ is so important ▪Why therapy should be just as important as your routine check-up ▪Why we should normalize Christians seeing therapist ▪Why faith and therapy can co-exsist through Soul Care ▪And so much more! ABOUT JESSICA Jessica Robinson is a Clinical Social Worker and Christian Therapist who is deeply committed to serving marginalized and racialized populations through community organizing and capacity building. Working from a community development, advocacy, and therapeutic approach, she aims to provide an Afrocentric and faith-based perspective through her practice. As a therapist, she is on a radical journey to decolonize spaces of healing for Black bodies. As a Black woman with lived experiences of trauma, creating holistic and safe spaces of healing and intentionally holding space her community is at the forefront of her work as a Therapist. Jessica has a Honour Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and a Master’s degree in Social Work, both earned at York University. She humbly serves people of all ages, races, creeds, and religions. Over the last nine years, she has had the life-changing opportunity to provide support to Black bodies mainly in the areas of transition and post-traumatic growth, while focusing on emotional wholeness, wellness, and a healthy faith and Christ-based spiritual life. Jessica is an ordained minister in her local church, has authored two books, Sisters in Praise presents: Journeys of Godly Women and This Generation and I also host a weekly podcast, She Speaks Truth. STAY IN CONTACT WITH JESSICA - https://msha.ke/soulcaresuperhero/ <<<>>> ORDER Your copy of Being Eve in Adams World: https://www.beingeve.com/freebook-go <<<>>> Click on the links below to dial in and stay encouraged: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/being.eve/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Casey.BeingEve/ Website - www.beingeve.info Thanks for Tuning In! If you enjoyed this episode, please share it with your friends by CLICKING SHARE! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/casey-alexis/message
Episode 4 – GUEST: JESSICA ROBINSON Jessica Robinson is a cybersecurity entrepreneur with a difference. One of her highest core values is Love, and it shines through her mindset, actions, and how she relates to clients, and people who work with her. She is CEO at PurePoint International, and their brand Consciously Secure Living (CSL). In her words, “she helps CEO’s create safety, security and love in companies and communities around the world.” This goes way beyond cybersecurity work for clients and focuses on helping underrepresented and vulnerable populations, particularly people of color, women and black communities. That's the worthy legacy journey she is on, and it started when she was in her early 30s.Generationally, Jessica, a “Millennial/Gen X cusper” exhibits typical attributes of both generations. And as a talented young black woman, she has already experienced many challenges in her career, which she shares on the podcast. While a rising star at Target in the area of security, Jessica tells us about a wonderful mentor she worked with during her corporate career who encouraged and supported her to be herself. Jessica shares her vision for PurePoint, which she founded 8 years ago based on her values as the centerpiece of everything she does, how she treats people and the direction she has been leading the company. From a client base of small companies and non-profits, she has grown the company to handle large corporations with her network of specialist collaborators.From the early days creating and expanding PurePoint, Jessica has been very generous with her time for a number of organizations and boards. Jessica has considered her work and thought leadership as her intentional work legacy. Listen to this episode of Legacy-Makers@Work to learn how and where she is planning to keep building it. You’ll be inspired!BIO: Jessica Robinson is the CEO of PurePoint International, which helps leaders bridge the gap among data security, cyber risk and privacy by providing cybersecurity consulting and training for financial services, insurance and other middle market global companies. PurePoint received an award for International Affairs and Women’s Security from Jaycees Philippines-New York Chapter. Jessica has been featured in The Root, BBC, Bustle, CNN, Mother Jones, #sharethemicincyber social media campaign and interviewed by radio and talk shows, and podcasts. She is a Women's Media Center SheSource Expert. She has spoken at the Women in Tech Cyber Summit USA-NYC, Women of Silicon Valley, Lesbians Who Tech + Allies, Women’s Economic Forum, The Hague, United Nations, U.S. Capitol, Microsoft, ISACA - NYC amongst others and has published articles with Security Director Magazine. Jessica received her BS in law and security at Western Illinois University and a Master’s in Public and International Affairs with a focus in Security and Intelligence Studies, with an East Asian Studies Certificate from the University of Pittsburgh. Jessica is also on the board of the authentication technology company Netlok and World Pulse.org.https://the-purepoint.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessica-a-robinson-she-her-22740311/https://twitter.com/jessrobin96
Being Eve: Be Encouraged | Be Inspired | Be Equipped to THRIVE
With everything that has recently hit our timelines, whether it was Harry and Meagan, or Kirk Franklin and his son, we’ve learned regardless of how much influence you have or your financial stature in life, we all need support to put an end to generational trauma. Join us as we discuss the topic of Soul Care from a biblical world-view.✨💙 👇🏾SHOWNOTES👇🏾 In Part 1 of this series, Jessica shares: ✨Her journey to healing ✨The definition of Post Traumatic Growth ✨Finding the positive in trauma ✨Noticing the signs of a mental health breakdown ✨What is soul care and what it can do for you ✨The importance of preventative care ✨Why therapy is transformational ✨And so much more! ABOUT JESSICA Jessica Robinson is a Clinical Social Worker and Christian Therapist who is deeply committed to serving marginalized and racialized populations through community organizing and capacity building. Working from a community development, advocacy, and therapeutic approach, she aims to provide an Afrocentric and faith-based perspective through her practice. As a therapist, she is on a radical journey to decolonize spaces of healing for Black bodies. As a Black woman with lived experiences of trauma, creating holistic and safe spaces of healing and intentionally holding space her community is at the forefront of her work as a Therapist. Jessica has a Honour Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and a Master’s degree in Social Work, both earned at York University. She humbly serves people of all ages, races, creeds, and religions. Over the last nine years, she has had the life-changing opportunity to provide support to Black bodies mainly in the areas of transition and post-traumatic growth, while focusing on emotional wholeness, wellness, and a healthy faith and Christ-based spiritual life. Jessica is an ordained minister in her local church, has authored two books, Sisters in Praise presents: Journeys of Godly Women and This Generation and I also host a weekly podcast, She Speaks Truth. STAY IN CONTACT WITH JESSICA - https://msha.ke/soulcaresuperhero/ <<<>>> ORDER Your copy of Being Eve in Adams World: https://www.beingeve.com/freebook-go <<<>>> Click on the links below to dial in and stay encouraged: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/being.eve/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Casey.BeingEve/ Website - www.beingeve.info Thanks for Tuning In! If you enjoyed this episode, please share it with your friends by CLICKING SHARE!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/casey-alexis/message
Security and Digital Privacy Concerns for Small Businesses with Jessica Robinson
Break the Ceiling
This month on the podcast, I'm talking about privacy and security. Those are actually two different aspects of overall cybersecurity. I really love the definition of these two from the Fathom analytics blog about the difference between digital privacy and online security (I'll link to it in the show notes). It says: Digital privacy protects our personal information and data so that it's not unnecessarily exposed. This means that your information is protected before it’s known.Online security protects and secures our personal information and data when it needs to be exposed. If our personal information needs to be known, it's done as safely as possible. Last week, I talked to Paul Jarvis, the author of that blog post and co-founder of Fathom, a privacy-focused analytics company. We talked a LOT about digital privacy and how to ONLY collect information that does really needs to be known.This week, I want to talk about the other side of the coin: security. Jessica Robinson is an outsourced Chief Information Security Officer, founder, and CEO of PurePoint International and an expert in data security, cyber risk, and privacy. PurePoint International provides cybersecurity consulting and training for financial services, insurance, and other middle-market global companies with $100M-$500M in revenue. Listen to the full episode to hear: Where cybersecurity risks might live in your business How to assess the risk of a data breach in your own business What steps to take to shore up the security of your business and keep both your AND your clients' information safe The biggest concerns around digital privacy and online security for small business owners Learn more about Jessica Robinson: the-purepoint.com Follow PurePoint on Twitter Other resources from this episodeWhat’s the difference between digital privacy and online security?Learn more about Susan: Scalespark Dollars + Decisions Roundtable Twitter @ScaleSpark LinkedIn @thesusanboles
Eps 35: Jessica Robinson – Alcohol virginity, swearing and movie stars behaving badly!
Claire Hennessy presents: The Bonkers Brit
WARNING: EXPLICIT LANGUAGE. This episode I talk to a relatively new friend of mine from Fairfax, Virginia, Jessica (Piscitelli) Robinson. She is the founder of the storytelling show, Better Said Than Done, which she set up in 2011 in Northern Virginia, to avoid having to drive into DC and park! She’s told stories in many places, some great, some small. As she says: she’s a big deal! She is also a writer, author and producer. She tells a funny story regarding the fact that she didn’t lose her alcohol virginity until she was 21 years old, which involved an unpleasant experience with Kimchi, (spicey rotted cabbage, according to Jessica). She talks about Roar: True Tales of Women Warriors - a storytelling series and a book anthology and now a festival, to give women more of a voice. Then she tells another funny story about her dad’s creative use of swearing, particularly with the F-word. We also talked about kids, home-schooling on Zoom, her one-woman show on Fertility. Then she ends the show about her time in the film business straight out of film school, and how a famous 1990’s movie star had a tantrum and stopped the entire filming for a very unusual reason.
Stop My Crisis with Vivian Gaspar with guests Dr. Stacey Plichta, Jessica Robinson, and Jim Cullum
VRR Media Productions
Guests include: Dr. Stacey Plichta, Professor of Public Health at City University of New York, Security Expert Jessica Robinson and Jim Cullum, author of Let Me Show You How I LOVE You--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vrrmediaproductions/support