Cover image of Katherine Johnson

Katherine Johnson

39 Podcast Episodes

Latest 6 Aug 2022 | Updated Daily

Episode artwork

Episode 9: Katherine Johnson and Hilda of Whitby

Tell, Don't Show

It was Katie's birthday recently! As a result, we chose to do an episode based on her name, resulting in a discussion of esteemed mathematician and icon of empowerment Katherine Johnson, AND of Saint Hilda of Whitby and her famous Abbey, on this ninth episode of "TELL, DON'T SHOW". Be sure to rate us and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, follow us on Instagram (@tell_dont_show), and write to us with your strange facts, interesting topics, or obscure tales (telldontshowpodcast@gmail.com). We also have a subreddit (/r/telldontshow_podcast)!


30 Jun 2022

Episode artwork

Ep 16: Katherine Johnson, Chief People & Legal Officer, Head of Compliance - Storj Labs

Talent Acquisition Trends & Strategy

Katherine Johnson, Chief People & Legal Officer, Head of Compliance at Storj, joins host James Mackey to discuss what the "Web 3" world of decentralization must get right (and where Web 2 failed), hiring policies and parameters to ensure a diverse workforce; applying the Rooney Rule in Corporate America, the responsibility of SMBs to implement DE&I into the company’s framework, and a lot more!Episode Chapters00:20 Who is Katherine Johnson and what is Storj?03:45 How owning a legal practice, Wall Street experience of anti money-laundering, compliance, and regulation helped her transition into Crypto & blockchain04:45 Katherine's upcoming book about what Web 2 got wrong, Web 3 must get right08:05 The responsibility to implement DE&I into your company’s framework12:15 How to approach job descriptions15:05 Being inclusive is about making everyone feel welcome and being mindful21:45 Hiring policies and parameters to ensure a diverse workforce; the Rooney Rule28:45 Impacts of DE&I efforts34:45 Storj Institute helps under-represented get a foothold in tech35:45 Lessons learned from working at an international, multicultural company40:45 How to get in touch with Katherine


14 Jun 2022

Similar People

Episode artwork

Katherine Johnson - NASA "Computer", Mathematician, Pioneer for Women in STEM

She Is Legend

In this episode Jussy shares the Inspiring story of Katherine Johnson - a mathematician who was one of the first African American women to work at NASA.  Katherine was also a pioneer in space science and exploration. She refused to be limited by society's expectations of her gender and race and opened the door for more blak women to step into spaces they were previously excluded from.  This week jussy recommended the podcast “Restart” with Madeline West and Chole gave us the low down on Geocaching and her new fave pod - The Trojan Horse Affair (apologies for where that convo landed).  She is Legend is an independently produced podcast that relies on the support of our incredible listeners - that's you!  So, if you'd like to support the show you can hit 'subscribe' on Apple Podcasts or 'follow' on Spotify, and leave a review if you're feeling especially generous. 

1hr 1min

2 Mar 2022

Episode artwork

#165: How a Curated Online Presence Can Impact Your Board Search, with Katherine Johnson

Boardroom Bound with Alexander Lowry

Communicating your value and personal brand.


23 Feb 2022

Most Popular

Episode artwork

Katherine Johnson and Tracy Bohaboj | February

The Girls Code Lincoln Podcast

On this episode Aakriti and Elsbeth get really excited about planes, space crafts, and satellites, profiling NASA icon and mathematician Katherine Johnson. Our guest this month is Tracy Bohaboj, who is an Engineering Team Lead at Duncan Aviation. Operating in Lincoln Nebraska, Duncan Aviation is the largest privately owned business jet service provider in the world. Ready for launch? Let's go. 


18 Feb 2022

Episode artwork

17. Be Your Authentic Self, Don't Perform Your Personality with Katherine Johnson

The Yes I Kan Podcast

#017- When the very identity that you've had your whole life changes in an instant- it begs the million dollar question of -"who am I now?" Today, I have an amazing conversation with Katherine Johnson, former ten-time national squash champion and US Olympic Committee Athlete of the Year and now  founder of True Self Executive Presence Consulting. Through the lens of her experience as an image consultant and Positive Intelligence Coach, we talk about finding your aligned identity that encompasses who you were, who you now authentically are and who you strive to be. We talk about the different between being who you are and performing your personality. We also talk about how authenticity is not a singular identity but a dynamic range that constantly changes. This conversation will inspire and empower you to find alignment with who you are and how to find your authentic self when your identity changes. To access Katherine’s free gift, visit: http://bit.ly/TrueSelfGiftTo learn more about Katherine Johnson and their work, visit: www.trueselfpresence.comThis episode is sponsored by Sewl Sister- a company that creates hand-sewn, inspirational clothing and products for everyone. What I love about them is their products embody authenticity- each of their creations is different- when it comes to the designs and fabrics- they can create something that uniquely reflects you  or your loved ones. Their mission is to live in a world with ZERO landfill fabric waste and they source landfill fabrics from around the world and transform them into something beautiful.Go check them out at www.sewlsister.comSubscribe, Rate & Review! I would love it if you could subscribe to the podcast and leave an honest rating and review. This will encourage others to listen and to grow our impact and community. To subscribe, rate and review the podcast on iTunes, visit: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/yes-i-kan/id1539162160


14 Feb 2022

Episode artwork

Hidden Figures - Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughn & Mary Jackson

The Internet Historians

Welcome to episode thirty three of The Internet Historians Podcast! Alec is back! Nikkole, Lisa and Alec watched Hidden Figures, the story of three brilliant African-American women at NASA who serve as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit, a stunning achievement that restored the nation's confidence, turned around the Space Race and galvanized the world. Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theinternethistorians/ Watch us on Youtube! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9jzN_CVdI2fYgKtrCCpUZQ Music: Santa Monica Fiesta by DJ DENZ The Rooster This episode is sponsored by Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast! https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/internet-historians/support--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/internet-historians/support


16 Aug 2021

Episode artwork

“How to create a DEI report” with Katherine Johnson

The Employee Cycle Podcast for HR Leaders

Let's welcome back Katherine Johnson! Today we will discuss how you can create a DEI report and why you would want to create one!


14 Aug 2021

Episode artwork

S1:E6: Katherine Johnson

Genius Beats Fear

On this episode of Genius Beats Fear, discover the captivating story of Katherine Johnson, the NASA mathematician and subject of the Oscar-winning film, Hidden Figures, who played an integral part in launching astronaut John Glenn into space.

1hr 1min

20 Jul 2021

Episode artwork

Exxon's New Board and Climate, Brazilian Enviro Officials Accused of Profiting From Illegal Deforestation, Katherine Johnson and One Step Further and More!

Living on Earth

Corruption In Brazilian Government / The G7 Gears Up to Talk Climate / Climate Activists Take Board Seats at Exxon / Beyond the Headlines / One Step Further: The Story of Katherine Johnson Brazil's environment minister and nine other government officials face allegations of corruption, including profiting from illegal deforestation in the Amazon. But despite public criticism, the Brazilian government continues to endanger the environment. Also, climate activists take three seats on ExxonMobil's board of directors, in the hopes of convincing the company that continuing to deny climate change hurts the "triple bottom line": people, planet, and profit. And from the Living on Earth Book Club: the story of NASA "hidden figure" mathematician, Katherine Johnson, and how she became one of the most critical contributors in the Space Race despite the racism she faced, as told by her daughter Katherine Moore. Thanks to our sponsors this week: Democracy in Danger, a podcast from the University of Virginia Christiana Figueres' podcast Outrage + Optimism And Nord VPN Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


4 Jun 2021