Scroll Down for All Podcast Episodes

Welcome to the Wisdom at Work Podcast

Wisdom at Work is the podcast that kicks old stereotypes to the curb! Come meet these creative, outrageous, authentic, adventurous, irreverent and powerful Disrupters and Influencers – from the living room to the courtroom – making powerful contributions in every walk of life. In this podcast, you’ll come to know more about them - they are galvanized, determined and are guaranteed to get you thinking!

Scroll Down To See Them All!

Enjoy Episodes of Wisdom at Work: Older Women, Elderwomen and Grandmothers on the Move!

Episode #65

EPISODE #65: Louise Lamothe, Reflections and resonance: from healing, to the dancing lens and bringing colour to colour-less spaces

Join me for an intimate conversation with Louise Lamothe, a Swampy Cree grandmother and great-grandmother,  whose story is a testament to the healing journeys and deep insights older women and Indigenous ways of knowing and being have to teach us.  There is so much to learn from Louise, as she shares stories of her work […]

Episode #64

EPISODE #64: Hendrica Okondo: Reflections on history, power and generations of feminist resilience

This week, I had the honour of sitting down with Hendrica Okondo, a natural storyteller who makes the phrase ‘living memory’ resonate, with insight and humour.  Hendrica paints a vivid picture of colonial Kenya and independence, with economic and scientific insights and stories that challenge and delight.  Her stories of the women in her family, […]

Episode 63

EPISODE #63 – Aundra Willis Carrasco: Writing the Untold Story of Her Brother’s Place in History

Aundra Willis Carrasco Aundra Willis Carrasco: Writing the Untold Story of Her Brother’s Place in History When the echoes of jazz legends still rumbled through Cleveland, a determined young man named Winston Willis carved out a slice of American history. His remarkable sister, Aundra, joins me to share a riveting tale of triumph and tragedy, […]

Episode 62

EPISODE #62 – Dr. Rochon: Women’s Age Lab, A Global First!

Dr. Rochon: Women’s Age Lab, A Global First! Episode Description: Join me for a conversation with the founding Director of the truly necessary, innovative, and exciting Women’s Age Lab! The first and only centre of its kind in the world!  Women’s Age Lab at Women’s College Hospital in Toronto, Canada is a space dedicated to science-driven system […]

Episode 61

EPISODE #61 – Grandmothers for Refugees, Australia

Elizabeth Cox, Jane Touzeau, and Janine Laurence Grandmothers for Refugees, Australia Episode Description: This week I bring to you Grandmothers for Refugees from Australia. Thoughtful, personal, and political – from “Grandmothers Unite! to jolting others out of their comfort zones to rally against the egregious treatment of refugees in their country, these three Australian grandmothers […]

Episode 60

EPISODE #60 – Introducing: Tap Elderly Women’s Wisdom for Youth!

Rustica Tembele and Neema Tembele Introducing: Tap Elderly Women’s Wisdom for Youth! Episode Description: Welcome back to Wisdom at Work where we’re having a tremendous intergenerational conversation about wellness, Elderly women’s wisdom, and the creation of a powerful Tanzanian organization by Rustica Tembele and her daughter Neema Tembele – Tap Elderly Women’s Wisdom for Youth! […]

Episode 59

EPISODE #59 – “Strengthening Communities to Speak for Themselves”

Patsy George “Strengthening Communities to Speak for Themselves” Episode Description:  Patsy George,  a champion for human rights, shares insights from her remarkable range of endeavors – from policy and government to mobilizing for change! Dynamic, energetic, and with palpable decency and generosity of spirit, “Strengthening Communities to Speak for Themselves” reflects Patsy’s principled and inspiring […]

Episode 58

EPISODE #58 – Neglected No More: the Urgent Need to Improve the Lives of Canada’s Elders in the Wake of a Pandemic

Michele Landsberg Neglected No More: the Urgent Need to Improve the Lives of Canada’s Elders in the Wake of a Pandemic Episode Description: Neglected No More – The Urgent Need to Improve the Lives of Canada’s Elders in the Wake of a Pandemic by André Picard (March 2021). My friends, even if you are not from […]

Episode 57

EPISODE #57 – A Revolutionary Borne of Necessity: Norita

Nora Morales de Cortiñas A Revolutionary Borne of Necessity: Norita Episode Description: A Revolutionary Borne of Necessity:  Meet Nora Morales de Cortiñas – the last active member of the iconic Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo resistance movement in Argentina. Still without closure in the struggle for justice for her ‘disappeared’ son Gustavo (taken by […]

Episode 56

EPISODE #56 – World Read Aloud Day – The “3Ps” of Reading: Pleasure, Passion and Power for Transformation, Part I

Malcolm Mitchell World Read Aloud Day, The “3Ps” of Reading: Pleasure, Passion and Power for Transformation, Part I Episode Description: World Read Aloud Day – The “3Ps” of Reading: Pleasure, Passion, and Power for Transformation.  Punctuate this important day with two advocates championing the critical importance of storytelling, reading and reading aloud, the right to […]

Episode 55

EPISODE #55 – World Read Aloud Day, Part 2

Dr. Karen Burke World Read Aloud Day, Part 2 Episode Description: World Read Aloud Day – The “3Ps” of Reading: Pleasure, Passion, and Power for Transformation.  Punctuate this important day with two advocates championing the critical importance of storytelling, reading and reading aloud, the right to literacy, and the powerful impact of sharing the joy […]

Episode 54

EPISODE #54 – A Two-Spirit Journey: The Autobiography of a Lesbian Ojibwa-Cree Elder

Ma-Nee Chacaby A Two-Spirit Journey: The Autobiography of a Lesbian Ojibwa-Cree Elder Episode Description: Wisdom at Work Episode 54 brings you Ma-Nee Chacaby, and a powerful conversation about her book,  A Two-Spirit Journey: The Autobiography of a Lesbian Ojibwa-Cree Elder. This book is a must-read… it just IS… tremendously profound and important; the knowing of […]

Episode 53

EPISODE #53 – I will do my part…. and I ask everyone to do the same!

Paula Wharton I will do my part…. and I ask everyone to do the same! Episode Description: This week on Wisdom at Work, I have the pleasure of speaking with Paula Wharton. I think of her as the Grandmother-Convenor.  She has marshaled her emotional resources more than once to move forward in her life.  And, […]

Episode 52

EPISODE #52 – We Feminists Dared to Step Into the State!

Jacqueline Pitanguy and Branca Moreira Alves We Feminists Dared to Step Into the State! Episode Description: A daring, dynamic feminist duo, Jacqueline Pitanguy and Branca Moreira Alves… two organizers of the feminist movement in Brazil in the 1970s share their invaluable insights on feminist organizing, governing, movement building in the context of brutal dictatorship, and […]

Episode 51

EPISODE #51 – I am Retired but not Tired!

Chandni Joshi I am Retired but not Tired! Episode Description: Meet Chandni Joshi, a tireless advocate for women’s rights from Nepal, who has never wavered in her determination to amplify the voices of grassroots women – from national government platforms to the international stage.  From her compelling love affair with her grandchildren to her days […]

Episode 50

EPISODE #50 – A Life of Commitments and Connections

Claudette London A Life of Commitments and Connections Episode Description: Claudette London shares reflections and learning in a conversation that just touches the surface of the expanse of the relationships and support networks she has created through her work with diverse communities. Claudette brings her insight and gift for connection to all, including the many […]

Episode 49

EPISODE #49 – “People Must Not Tire!”

Achola Pala Okeyo “People Must Not Tire!” Episode Description: Achola Pala Okeyo is one of the voices we need to hear in this historic moment. Her career spans research, policy, community building, & advocacy – with a national, regional, and global reach, including significant contributions at the U.N.  You’ll want to hear her powerful insights, […]

Episode 48

EPISODE #48 – The Badass Grandmas for Democracy

Ellen Chaffee, Dina Butcher & Kathy Tweeten The Badass Grandmas for Democracy Episode Description:  These self-named Badass Grandmas for Democracy (as they say, Grandchildren not required!) took on the establishment in North Dakota to fight corruption – and won! Their mission: To engage you in restoring trustworthy govt. for generations to come. They mobilized citizens, […]

Episode 47

EPISODE #47 – In a Time of Crisis: Women We Need to Hear

Florence Butegwa In a Time of Crisis: Women We Need to Hear Episode Description: Wisdom at Work Episode 47 — In a Time of Crisis: Women We Need to Hear.  Today, Florence Butegwa, Ugandan feminist lawyer, long-time women’s human rights activist, and U.N. leader – is one of the women to whom I look for […]

Episode 46

EPISODE #46 – Reprieve and Refuelling: Natalie K. Levant

Natalie K. Levant Reprieve and Refuelling: Natalie K. Levant Episode Description: Natalie K. Levant instantly warmed my heart and made me want to rush to Philadelphia (pre-solidarity-distancing!) to hang out for hours and then watch her show! Comedy, tattoos, the twists and turns of life… reflecting on speaking truth in comedy and social justice activism.  […]

Episode 45

EPISODE #45 – Ideas from the frontline of activism to fuel our spirits in troubled times!

Ana Falú Ideas from the frontline of activism to fuel our spirits in troubled times! Episode Description: Ana Falú, an Argentinian architect, professor, activist, and long-time women’s rights leader/agitator/visionary is riveting in her reflections on life in exile, building bridges to strengthen women’s movements, and grandmotherhood reinforcing ‘the private is political’! Support the show Join […]

Episode 44

EPISODE #44 – The Joy in Connection! I Can still be Up and At’em!

Patt Schroeder  The Joy in Connection! I Can still be Up and At’em! Episode Description: The engaging, insightful Patt Schroeder – facilitator extraordinaire at Well Connected – a wonderful program about which you should hear more!! An innovative, powerful program with connection, community, and compassion at its heart.  But these conversations aren’t pablum – they […]

Episode 43

EPISODE #43 – May I have Your Attention Please: Rethinking to Reclaim Rights!

Madhu Bala Nath May I have Your Attention Please: Rethinking to Reclaim Rights! Episode Description: Widsom at Work brings to you deep reflections from my superlative guest, Madhu Bala Nath.  Lyrical, practical, wise, and perseverant, Madhu speaks of what has been accomplished to advance gender equality, “what we missed”, and what must come next! A storyteller with […]

Episode 42

EPISODE #42 – These Jobs Should be Done by Older Women!

Erzsebet Andreanszky These Jobs Should be Done by Older Women! Episode Description: These Jobs Should be Done by Older People! The delightful and insightful Erzsebet Andreanszky, from Hungary, speaks about her life in Lebanon as a young mother, her ‘accidental’ life as a humanitarian aid worker from Iraq during the war to Syria, an engineer, […]

Episode 41

EPISODE #41 – The Grandma Project: Sharing the World’s Most Delicious Heritage!

Jonas Pariente The Grandma Project: Sharing the World’s Most Delicious Heritage! Episode Description: This is a scrumptious, endearing, and important short-video initiative, started by Jonas Pariente. So smart and simple: Grandma making a favorite recipe in her kitchen, filmed by her grandchild, with warm and intimate conversation – it’s riveting! Jonas talks about the inspiration […]

Episode 40

EPISODE #40 – “Senior Ladies Living Together” – it just makes sense!

Pat Dunn “Senior Ladies Living Together” – it just makes sense! Episode Description: Grandmothers on the Move, Episode 40: Senior Ladies Living Together – It Just Makes Sense!  Hear Pat Dunn talk about the housing crisis for older women and grandmothers, and how precarious housing can be dire and tremendously stressful. Pat found herself in […]

Episode 39

EPISODE #39 – WE WILL NOT BACK DOWN!

Joyce and Madeleine WE WILL NOT BACK DOWN! Episode Description: WE WILL NOT BACK DOWN! Grandmothers on the Move Podcast #39 brings you the important work of THE ANGRY TIAS AND ABUELAS. Joyce and Madeleine, two of the dynamic Abuelas, are thoughtful, passionate, and not reticent about saying they’re incensed by what is happening to […]

Episode 38

EPISODE #38 – Bringing Spiderwoman to Life!

Gloria Miguel Bringing Spiderwoman to Life! Episode Description: Grandmothers on the Move Podcast Episode 38: BRINGING SPIDERWOMAN TO LIFE!  A remarkable story and a remarkable grandmother – Gloria Miguel founded the world-celebrated Spiderwoman Theatre with her sisters in 1975, and has spent her life creating and performing.  From joining her family in the colonial ‘Native […]

Episode 37

EPISODE #37 – Grandma, Did You Save Any Dolphins Today?

Barbara Napoles Grandma, Did You Save Any Dolphins Today? Episode Description: Grandmothers on the Move Podcast Episode 37:  Grandma, Did You Save Any Dolphins Today?  Barbara Napoles – moved from the agony of the loss of her daughter to passionate advocacy to save dolphins and fight their captivity.  She cares deeply about our oceans, the […]

Episode 36

EPISODE #36 – The Pasta Grannies – A Delicious Living History!

The Pasta Grannies – A Delicious Living History! The Pasta Grannies – A Delicious Living History! Episode Description: Grandmothers on the Move Podcast, Episode 36: The Pasta Grannies – A Delicious Living History!  The delightful Vicky Bennison – a grandmother herself – finds and films Italian grandmothers who still make pasta by hand (a disappearing […]

Episode 35

EPISODE #35 – What If All Women Who Were Survivors Had This?

Dr. Lesley Ann Foster What If All Women Who Were Survivors Had This? Episode Description: Grandmothers on the Move Episode 35 – What If All Women Who Were Survivors Had This?  Dr. Lesley Ann Foster is a passionate, tireless activist and grandmother – the founder and Director of Masimanyane Women’s Rights International – an international […]

Episode 34

EPISODE #34 – A must-read: Women Rowing North: Navigating Life’s Currents and Flourishing as We Age

Mary Pipher A must-read: Women Rowing North: Navigating Life’s Currents and Flourishing as We Age Episode Description: Grandmothers on the Move Episode 34 – Mary Pipher, Author of Reviving Ophelia and her newest book Women Rowing North – Navigating Life’s Currents and Flourishing as We Age.  A profound and transformative book…I was enlightened, deeply moved, […]

Episode 33

EPISODE #33 – “Get a can and go to the streets!”

Lara Seixo Rodrigues “Get a can and go to the streets!” Episode Description: Grandmothers on the Move Episode 33 brings you Lara Seixo Rodrigues, founder of Lata 65 – also known to many of us as the Graffiti Grannies! An amazingly creative, inspiring, transformative program. “Get a can and go to the streets” is Lara’s […]

Episode 32

EPISODE #32 – Reclaiming and reframing our notion of life after retirement!

Karen Wagner and Erica Baird Reclaiming and reframing our notion of life after retirement! Episode Description: Grandmothers on the Move!  Indeed! Today, a different conversation – Lustre – a website, and a burgeoning community – for women who are finding their footing in a new chapter, and getting out of the “retirement box”!  Lustre’s founders, […]

Episode 31

EPISODE #31 -Stand in Your Truth with Integrity, Humanity, and Courage

Joanne Dallaire Stand in Your Truth with Integrity, Humanity, and Courage Episode Description: Welcome back to Grandmothers on the Move! I’m your host, Ilana Landsberg-Lewis, and today, I am honored to speak with Joanne Dallaire.  Joanne tells us “Being in my truth is vitally important to me to work with other people in their truth […]

Episode 30

EPISODE #30 – (17 minutes) The Grandmother Hypothesis

Dr. Kristen Hawkes (17 minutes) The Grandmother Hypothesis Episode Description: Welcome to Grandmothers on the Move! I’m your host, Ilana Landsberg-Lewis, and today I have the great honor to speak with Dr. Kristen Hawkes, the brilliant originator of THE GRANDMOTHER HYPOTHESIS: How Grandmothers Played a pivotal role in the Evolution and Very Continuation of our […]

Episode 30A

EPISODE #30A – Extended interview with Kristen Hawkes (36 minutes)

Dr. Kristen Hawkes Extended interview with Kristen Hawkes (36 minutes) Episode Description: Welcome to Grandmothers on the Move! I’m your host, Ilana Landsberg-Lewis, and today I have the great honor to speak with Dr. Kristen Hawkes, the brilliant originator of THE GRANDMOTHER HYPOTHESIS: How Grandmothers Played a pivotal role in the Evolution and Very Continuation […]

Episode 29

EPISODE #29 – “This Granny is not ashamed to put herself out there”!

Audrey Cooke “This Granny is not ashamed to put herself out there”! Episode Description: Audrey Cooke, originally from Singapore, and in Australia now for 50 years, is a social justice dynamo! She is the personification of having the courage of one’s convictions. Whether taking action to oppose the building of the Adani Mine or advocating […]

Episode 28

EPISODE #28 – Aging and Strength: Grandmothers, Engagement and Social Change

Dr. Linda P. Fried Aging and Strength: Grandmothers, Engagement and Social Change Episode Description: Grandmothers on the Move podcast episode featuring Dr. Linda P. Fried. This remarkable and internationally renowned global leader and scientist in the field of epidemiology and geriatrics has dedicated her career to the science of healthy aging and creating a world […]

Episode 27

EPISODE #27 – “Grandmothers, We must gather our strength and help!”

Eva Unterman “Grandmothers, We must gather our strength and help!” Episode Description: In 1939, Eva was a happy six-year-old living with her parents in Lodz, Poland. She was looking forward to starting first grade. However, instead of starting school, Eva, along with her family, was forced into the Lodz Ghetto, under the occupying Nazis’ policy […]

Episode 26

EPISODE #26 – Without Grandmothers, what would our world look like today?!

Pfiriaeli Kiwia Without Grandmothers, what would our world look like today?! Episode Description: Grandmothers on the Move – A Grandmother, a Leader, a Visionary, and a tireless advocate for people living with HIV & AIDS, Pfiriaeli Kiwia is the inspiring founder and program director of Kimara Peers Educators and Health Promoters in Dar es Salaam, […]

Episode 25

EPISODE #25 – “Don’t Wait to be Great or it May be too Late!”

Raven Blair Glover “Don’t Wait to be Great or it May be too Late!” Episode Description: Raven Blair Glover a.k.a. Raven, The Talk Show Maven, known by many as the ” Queen of Interview Conversion” is my guest today! I was touched by how honest and personal Raven is when she shares her story and insights, […]

Episode 24

EPISODE #24 – A Powerful Testament – the Personal IS Political!

Dr. Peggy Antrobus  A Powerful Testament – the Personal IS Political! Episode Description: A Powerful Testament – the Personal IS Political. I am still thinking about all of the rich insights that Peggy Antrobus shared… a glimpse into a remarkable lifetime of principled, feminist, and transformative leadership and activism awaits you in this inspiring conversation! […]

Episode 23

EPISODE #23 – Nothing About Us Without Us!

Zodwa Ndlovu Nothing About Us Without Us! Episode Description: NOTHING ABOUT US WITHOUT US! Mama Zodwa Ndlovu is a force of nature.  Hear her story of breathtaking grief and titanic strength and determination. She has triumphed over adversity, and become a leader in her community, and one of the organizers of the growing South African Grandmothers […]

Episode 22

EPISODE #22 – The Society of Fearless Grandmothers: Fearless Love and Compassion Personified

Pennie Opal Plant The Society of Fearless Grandmothers: Fearless Love and Compassion Personified Episode Description: Grandmothers on the Move – an episode not to be missed! Pennie Opal Plant, one of the co-founders of Idle No More SF Bay, tells us the story of how she started the Society of Fearless Grandmothers, joined by the […]

Episode 21

EPISODE #21 – A life exemplifying Ubuntu

Carole Adriaans A life exemplifying Ubuntu Episode Description: In this episode of Grandmothers on the Move, let me introduce you to a master storyteller – Carole Adriaans – who passionately shares stories of her remarkable history, how she came to stage powerful events with great meaning and purpose… a trip back to her homeland of […]

Episode 20

EPISODE #20 – The Wonder Woman behind Wonder Women Mastermind

Gail Zelitzky The Wonder Woman behind Wonder Women Mastermind Episode Description: Grandmothers on the Move – This is a departure for me, speaking to a Grandmother who forged her path in the private sector and has thought deeply about the legacy of women entrepreneurs, and empowering young women to make the changes they want to […]

Episode 19

Episode #19 – Exploding the traditional notions of ‘grandmothers’

Dorrie Jacobson and Ieda Jonasdottir Herman Exploding the traditional notions of ‘grandmothers’ Episode Description: Grandmothers on the Move – In this episode I speak to two women who really challenge the notion of ‘grandmother’ in completely different ways! Dorrie Jacobson, “mature fashionista” of the Senior Style Bible and I talk about her objection to the […]

Episode 18

EPISODE #18 – Elderstateswoman Personified. Gladys Acosta Vargas: Chair of the CEDAW Committee (Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women)

Gladys Acosta Vargas Elderstateswoman Personified. Gladys Acosta Vargas: Chair of the CEDAW Committee (Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women) Episode Description: Grandmothers on the Move – In this episode I speak with Gladys Acosta Vargas – A Lifetime Devoted to Equality. Gladys is an Expert sitting on the CEDAW Committee […]

Episode 17

EPISODE #17 – Grandmothers Rocking Solidarity Not Charity Part 2

Grandmothers Rocking Solidarity Not Charity Part 2 Grandmothers Rocking Solidarity Not Charity Part 2 Episode Description: Grandmothers Rocking Solidarity Not Charity Part 2 – the next installment on the Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign – this time with Grandmothers who have started groups more recently in the United States, Australia, and Canada! This episode has a […]

Episode 16

EPISODE #16 – Grandmother Solar Engineers, the Legacy of Light!

Ilivani Vumainabuke Grandmother Solar Engineers, the Legacy of Light! Episode Description: I am excited about Grandmothers on the Move, Episode 16: Grandmother Solar Engineers, the Legacy of Light! Meet Ilivani Vumainabuke, from Fiji, who is participating in a 6 month course for grandmothers from the global south, to learn how to be Solar Engineers! Barefoot […]

Episode 15

EPISODE #15 – Grandmother Power!

Paola Gianturco Grandmother Power! Episode Description: Welcome to Grandmothers on the Move! Today, you will hear some of the valuable insights and reflections of Paola Gianturco, author-photographer extraordinaire, who brought us the book Grandmother Power! Paola interviewed Grandmothers around the world working to improve the human condition and has documented women’s issues in 62 countries. […]

Episode 14

EPISODE #14 – Lola Aktibistas – Activist Grandmothers, a new chapter of Lola activism and solidarity!

Edna Aquino Lola Aktibistas – Activist Grandmothers, a new chapter of Lola activism and solidarity! Episode Description: Welcome to Grandmothers on the Move! Today, a mentor and friend and women’s human rights advocate, Edna Aquino, of the Philippines – a human rights activist since she was 17, and founder of a new group of Lola […]

Episode 13

EPISODE #13 – We Won’t Stand for This! Grannies Respond/Abuelas Responden

We Won’t Stand for This! Grannies Respond/Abuelas Responden We Won’t Stand for This! Grannies Respond/Abuelas Responden Episode Description: Welcome to a Special Episode of Grandmothers on the Move! I’m your host, Ilana Landsberg-Lewis. Today, I am speaking to Grandmothers on a mission… 2 Grandmother Representatives from Grannies Respond/Abuelas Responden – an action caravan of Grandmothers […]

Episode 12

EPISODE #12 – The Secret Ingredient – A Grandmothers’ Love

Ploumitsa The Secret Ingredient – A Grandmothers’ Love Episode Description: Welcome to Grandmothers on the Move! I’m your host, Ilana Landsberg-Lewis. Today, the heartwarming story of Ploumitsa – a Greek grandmother living in New York – who reinvented herself as a Chef after meeting the owner of Enoteca Maria Restaurant (Jody Scaravella)! Grandmother Chefs and […]

Episode 11

Episode #11 – A mentor and leader for Peace, Security and feminism: Ruth Ojiembo Ochieng

Ruth Ojiembo Ochieng Introducing: A mentor and leader for Peace, Security, and Feminism: Ruth Ojiembo Ochieng Episode Description: Welcome to Grandmothers on the Move! I’m your host, Ilana Landsberg-Lewis. Today, a great pleasure and honor! A conversation with Ruth Ojiembo Ochieng, a respected leader in the peace and security architecture in Africa. A dedicated and […]

Episode 10

Episode 10 – U.S. Grandmothers Forging a Path to Sanity and Safety: GRR, Grandmothers for Reproductive Rights Part 2

Judy Kahrl U.S. Grandmothers Forging a Path to Sanity and Safety: GRR, Grandmothers for Reproductive Rights – Part 2 Episode Description: Welcome to Wisdom at Work! I’m your host, Ilana Landsberg-Lewis. This is Part 2 of a special 2-episode programme! U.S. Grandmothers Forging A Path to Sanity and Safety Part 2 – is a conversation […]

Episode 9

EPISODE #9 – U.S. Grandmothers Forging a Path to Sanity and Safety: Grandmothers against Gun Violence

Margaret Heldring U.S. Grandmothers Forging a Path to Sanity and Safety: Grandmothers against Gun Violence Episode Description: Welcome to Wisdom at Work! I’m your host, Ilana Landsberg-Lewis. This is Part 1 of a special 2-episode programme! U.S. Grandmothers Forging A Path to Sanity and Safety Part 1 – is a conversation with Margaret Heldring, founder […]

Episode 8

EPISODE #8 – Revolutionary Reflections on Power in Nicaragua

Malena di Montis Revolutionary Reflections on Power in Nicaragua Episode Description: Welcome to Grandmothers on the Move! I’m your host, Ilana Landsberg-Lewis, and today I have the great honour to speak with Malena de Montis. A participant in the Sandinista Revolution in Nicaragua that overthrew the Somoza dictatorship, and then a Director of Social Planning […]

Episode 7

EPISODE #7 – Grandmothers Rocking Solidarity Not Charity!

Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign Grandmothers Rocking Solidarity Not Charity! Episode Description: Welcome to Wisdom! I’m your host, Ilana Landsberg-Lewis, and today’s topic is particularly close to my heart. I am thrilled to introduce you to the remarkable Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign. In this episode we hear from 3 grandmothers in Canada who are part of […]

Episode 6

EPISODE #6 – Barbara Coloroso radiates with compassion and hope for a more humane future for all of us!

Barbara Coloroso Barbara Coloroso radiates with compassion and hope for a more humane future for all of us! Episode Description: Welcome to Grandmothers on the Move! I’m your host, Ilana Landsberg-Lewis, and I am delighted to share my conversation with Barbara Coloroso – international bestselling author, speaker, and humanitarian – an expert on parenting, teaching, […]

Episode 5

EPISODE #5 – Grandmothers for Repeal – Abortion rights in Ireland

Carol Hunter Grandmothers for Repeal – Abortion rights in Ireland Episode Description: Welcome to Wisdom at Work! I’m your host, Ilana Landsberg-Lewis, and today, I have the great pleasure to bring you the insights, activism and passion of Carol Hunter – the grandmother behind Grandparents 4Repeal in Ireland. Truly Influencers – the group played an […]

Episode 4

EPISODE #4 – Grandmothers’ Activism: Strength Beyond Measure

Indai Sajor Grandmothers’ Activism: Strength Beyond Measure Episode Description: Hi, I’m Ilana Landsberg-Lewis, your host of “Wisdom at Work”, the podcast that kicks old stereotypes to the curb! Come meet these creative, outrageous, authentic, adventurous, irreverent and powerful Disrupters and Influencers. In this episode, I have the great pleasure of speaking to a lifelong activist […]

Episode 3

EPISODE #3 – It Takes All of Us to make the Planet Safe

Gillian Kelly It Takes All of Us to make the Planet Safe Episode Description: Welcome to Grandmothers on the Move! I’m your host, Ilana Landsberg-Lewis, and in this Episode, I speak to a grandmother who became an activist, surprising even herself! Gillian Kelly is a psychotherapist and a warm, insightful grandmother who decided to take […]

Episode 2

EPISODE #2 – Not Before My Parents

Raydell Lacey Turning Pain into Power-for-Change One Chessboard at a Time Episode Description: Welcome to Wisdom at Work: Older Women, Elderwomen, and Grandmothers on the Move! I’m your host, Ilana Landsberg-Lewis, and today I was touched and inspired by my conversation with Ms Raydell Lacey, a grandmother – and great-grandmother! – in Chicago, who started […]

Episode 1: There Is An Optimism In Survival

EPISODE #1 – There Is An Optimism In Survival

Michele Landsberg There Is An Optimism In Survival Episode Description: Welcome to Wisdom at Work: Older Women, Elderwomen and Grandmothers on the Move! I’m your host, Ilana Landsberg-Lewis, and today – the inaugural episode of this podcast, I am interviewing a special guest – My Mother – feminist journalist and activist, Michele Landsberg. My mother, […]

Title
.