Podcast Part I: Bursting the Bubble of Female Entrepreneurship?

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We very much enjoyed this 11-minute podcast by Ashley Milne-Tyte and will be bringing you Part II soon!

Being a journalist and British, I walk around with a double level of cynicism. So when recently I started reading a bunch of posts, articles and tweets all raving about female entrepreneurship ('you go girl' was the general flavor), I got suspicious. I wanted to get behind the hype and find out what's really going on in the world of women entrepreneurs.

In the next installment of this two-part series,  I'll have an interview with Amanda Pouchout, co-founder of The Levo League, a startup devoted to ambitious 20-something women. Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg is one of their funders.

Look out for Part II, coming soon!

Ashley Milne-Tyte was born and raised in London and is now a writer, reporter and podcast host based in New York.

Ashley has been a radio reporter for 10 years and spent seven of those at Marketplace, the public radio business show. While there she covered everything from collateralized debt obligations and bad banks to the business advantages of babies in bars. She also started reporting on women and work, a topic she's been covering ever since. Her print pieces have appeared in the Financial Times, New York Daily News, Wall Street Journal, and Independent.

Since 2010 Ashley has been producing radio stories for various U.S. public radio shows and Voice of America, writing for print/online, and teaching radio storytelling skills at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. From January to May 2012 she was a Tow-Knight fellow in the entrepreneurial journalism program at the City University of New York, where she created The Broad Experience, her new podcast about women and the workplace.

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