Your World, Your Money
The New Era of Mental Health Accessibility
Season 3, Ep. 9
Dr. Han Ren, licensed clinical and school psychologist, consultant, speaker, and educator, joins our co-hosts for a conversation on the accessibility and cost of mental health from an anti-oppressive liberation standpoint. With her experience working with a diverse range of communities, young generations and her successful growth on social media, Dr. Ren shares her unique perspective on the realities of mental health, stigmatization, and tangible actions everyone can take starting today.
Rising From the Pandemic: Side Hustles and Entrepreneurship
Season 4, Ep. 4
Indonesian sisters Deborah Margaretha Tanudirjo and Elizabeth Margaretha, founders of Sundae Service Creamery, a NY-based small ice cream business, join us for a delicious conversation on their entrepreneurship journey. From an ice cream machine at home during the pandemic, to various locales throughout NYC, Debbie and Liz share with us how they turned their passion into an exciting side hustle and maneuvered growth and expansion through the pandemic.
Money Magic - An Economist’s Look Into Personal Finance
Season 4, Ep. 3
YWYM sits down with bestselling author & Economics professor Laurence Kotlikoff to discuss his new release, “Money Magic,” an economist's primer on personal finance for navigating career, retirement, loans, and more; challenging longstanding notions of economics and introducing base principles for pursuing financial security.
Community Banking: New Era of Fintech and Personal Finance
Season 4, Ep. 2
So many of the rules of personal finance seem to be written for a world that no longer exists. With new ways to save and invest - and new financial dangers to be aware of - does the same old advice still apply in the banking world? Gabe Krajicek, CEO of the FinTech neobank, Kasasa, joins us for today's episode on the power of local banking. What does the banking landscape look like in a world of less competition and more megabanks? How does our relationship with money affect our banking needs, and how does the concept of community banking fit into the post-pandemic world?