Nick Hamburger is the founder behind the egg white protein chip, Quevos. Sold in national retailers like Whole Foods and Amazon, Quevos started as a hobby in college in an attempt to create a chip for diabetics. After dropping out of college halfway through, Nick embarked on continuing to pursue the chip company to satisfy mouths across the country!
Lara Schmoisman has over 20 years of experience in the business world, and isn’t afraid to branch out and take risks. This has led her to become the CEO of her own agency, The Darl, which started out as a small start-up and now has a team of over 20 talented individuals located all over the world. With a passion for marketing and communication that goes back to her childhood roots, she has truly made a name for herself.
Hi! I’m talking about what’s been going on in my life along with some inspirational tips from Gossip Girl star Kelly Rutherford whom I interviewed on an Instagram Live video a few months ago. There are changes coming to this podcast and my brand and I hope you enjoy this new chapter in my life!
Garrett Marino & Natalie Salvatierra are tackling COVID-19, loneliness and activism. Natalie is 16-years-old and the founder of Solely Sunshine, and Garrett is 18-years-old and one of the founders behind the Quaranteen Collection. Head to the This is Life Unfiltered Instagram to read more about these founders at @thisislifepod!
I have decided to take a vow of silence in posting any content not related to Black Lives Matter, and I hope you’ll join me. Today I’m joined by black activist and 20-year-old MIT student & President Danielle Geathers to discuss the movement, her role, and how you can get involved if you’re not colored.
Napa, California based entrepreneur George Haymaker joins Alexa for a conversation today on building a business during COVID, getting startup funding & how he went from being an addict to an ice cream entrepreneur. Re:THINK made me rethink my sugar habits, that’s for sure!
I’ve been asked by so many of you how I’ve been dealing with quarantine, and to be honest, I don’t hate it. I’m walking you through a day in my quarantine life, how I’m financially supporting myself, and advice for those of you who are small business owners struggling during this bizarre time.
Kirstie Taylor is a good friend of mine and a dating expert who frequently solves many of my dating situations! Kirstie is a dating + relationship writer and up-coming author. She also writes a weekly newsletter Words With Kirstie, responding to reader’s questions and dishing honest relationship advice.
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Jooyeon Song is a Stanford grad and founded Mani Me, the first laser based gel manicure company that sends you at home manicure sets. By sending in pictures of your bare nails to the company, you’ll have a set of custom stick on nails in under 4 days on your doorstep. Use the code alexacurtis for $5 off of your first 5 mani sets. This is a sponsored episode.
Julia Boorstin joined CNBC in May 2006 as a general assignment reporter. Later that year, she became CNBC’s media and entertainment reporter working from CNBC’s Los Angeles Bureau. Boorstin covers media with a special focus on the intersection of media and technology. Boorstin joined CNBC from Fortune magazine where she was a business writer and reporter since 2000. During that time, she was also a contributor to “Street Life,” a live market wrap-up segment on CNN Headline News. Follow Julia Boorstin on Twitter .