Women are doing incredible things in the world, workplace, and everywhere in between. In honor of International Women’s Day, we’ll be having a little bit of fun and playing a quick round of jeopardy.
Listen in to play along and learn some incredible things you may not know about the fabulous women in the world. You'll hear where women first got to vote, which country outlawed the pay gap, and more.
Listen To The Episode Here:
What You’ll Learn:
Where women first got to vote.
The origin of Mother’s Day.
Who started the He For She campaign.
The first female solo aviator.
Which ancient civilization allowed women equal rights to the throne.
The first woman in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
The nickname given to female pilots in WWII.
Ideas Worth Sharing:
- “This country made having a pay gap between men and women illegal. Answer: What is Iceland?” - Regina McCann Hess
- “This country has the highest representation of women represented on the board of directors. What is Norway?” - Regina McCann Hess
- “What nickname was given to an all-female aviator crew who bombed Nazis by night in WWII? What is Night Witches.” - Regina McCann Hess
Share The Love:
If you like the Women & Wealth podcast …
Never miss an episode by subscribing via Apple Podcasts, Amazon, Spotify, Stitcher, or by RSS!