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Gahmya recounts her journey of traveling to South Korea after Barack Obama's comments about the excellence of their education system. She tells us her first-hand findings and observations that have reshaped the way we should look at curriculums across the globe, what we need to focus on and how we can make the impact in schools children need.    You can learn more about the content mentioned in this episode by visiting the links below: Gahmya Drummond-Bey's website TED Talk TED X Talks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yn-rWmoq7Is&feature=youtu.be https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0MDTptXOYo&feature=youtu.be Teacher training Books Workshops and retreats Digital Online Learning Platform
Pediatrician, and mum of 3, Paria Hassouri joins the Elevate Podcast sharing her story with raw honesty of acceptance. We explore her journey of overcoming a parent's grief  along with the overwhelming challenges surrounding her inspiring daughter's transition during her teenage years.    Her book 'Found in Transition'.  Paria's website.   You’ll find her on social media here:    Facebook  Twitter  Instagram 
Soli Lazarus joins the Elevate Podcast and is gracious in sharing her story of raising her son with ADHD. We go in-depth into the misconceptions, and the feelings kids with ADHD go through without us realizing. You can learn more about the content mentioned in this episode by visiting the links below: Soli Lazarus' website Yellow Sun
An entrepreneurial discussion with the co-founder of one of the most successful Brand Management companies in the world. Angela Farrugia shares her wealth of knowledge and outlines her journey to the top to inspire and encourage others that the same ability and success rests within us all.
World champion dancer and teacher Artia Zandian shares his experience of being brought up in Iran, and how he didn't let their outlawing of dancing get in the way of achieving his dream. Having not only overcome the challenge of moving from his home country to Australia, Artia also discusses mental health concerns and eating disorders, and shares what we can do to help those in need. You can learn more about the content mentioned in this episode by visiting the links below: Artia Zandian's website
A passionate conversation with creative technologist Hannah Beder. Ramita and Hannah dive into the gender disparity in STEM, and how these roles are risking our children's curiosity to try new things. You can learn more about the content mentioned in this episode by visiting the links below: Creatable Time's 'Kid of the Year' The Pattern Seekers by Simon Baron-Cohen
Sally Ashcroft joins the podcast and enlightens us about the highly-complex world of dyslexia. She shares resources, parenting tips, advice, and stories she has experienced throughout her career to help aid those struggling with the disorder, along with those not even aware they are part of this incredible community. You can learn more about the content mentioned in this episode by visiting the links below: Handy Spelling British Dyslexia Association Dyslexia advice and training
The one and only Mo Gawdat joins the Elevate Podcast and shares his extraordinary knowledge about how we can invest in our own happiness. Ramita and Mo discuss loss, technology's influence in the modern world, and how our very own children have an innate wisdom within them, and how we can discover it. You can learn more about the content mentioned in this episode by visiting the links below: Slo Mo: A Podcast with Mo Gawdat Solve for Happy book
Katherine will leave you hanging onto every word she so profoundly shares. Her interview explores the inspiration behind her award winning books and her passion to motivate our youth and adults alike to keep a sense of adventure and their imaginations alive.
Gain incredible insights into Eileen's journey, to becoming a hugely successful venture capitalist. As the child of an immigrants, growing up in America and being the co-founder of top VC firm Passion Capital in London- Eileen reveals her experiences about navigating this very male dominated space as a woman and shares helpful tips for young girls today. 
Deputy Director of Education at The Girls' Day School Trust UK, Will speaks to all the initiatives he is diligently working on to ensure girls become and remain motivated, confident learners. Learn more about the challenges and ways in which he addresses girls' education. 
Fay candidly shares the challenges she experienced during her daughter's formative school years and how as a family they found a happy place of understanding each other. 
A heart warming conversation with author, speaker, UN Youth Leader on her experiences and struggles as a student with differences and how she's working to change the narrative for the good. 
Conversations on ways to empower young girls with thought leaders, educators, innovators, creatives who champion girls.  Working together to lift our girls so they live remarkable lives and be their best selves. 
This week Ramita spends time with Courtney Adamo and discusses the adventures of raising multiple children. Courtney is a mother of five with kids aged 5 to 16. After twelve years in London, followed by 18 months of travel, she and her husband are now happily settled in Byron Bay, Australia. A creative businesswoman, blogger and author, and having had the pleasure of working in the parenting lifestyle arena for the past 15 years, Courtney has created e-courses and eBooks for parents and loves connecting with parents all over the world. You can learn more about the content mentioned in this episode by visiting the links below: Courtney's website Instagram
In this extraordinary episode, Ramita speaks with Anita Kaushal, the Co-Founder of Mauli Rituals; a British brand of skin, hair and body products, inspired by her Indian, Ayurvedic heritage. A life-changing incident in 2012 gave Anita the impetus to launch a fund-raising initiative and take her career full-circle and return to beauty with the launch of Mauli Rituals. The common thread in all her projects has been to share products and ideas that enrich the everyday by giving equal value to the physical, emotional and spiritual.  You can learn more about the content mentioned in this episode by visiting the links below: Mauli Rituals
A clinical psychologist and writer, Dr Tara Porter works clinically in the NHS in a CAMHS Eating Disorders Service primarily with teenage girls and their families, and she also works privately with adults and teenagers.  She is the author of “You Don’t Understand Me: The Young Woman’s guide to Life” and writes articles about mental health for magazines, journals and newspapers.  She has a special interest in mental health in schools: she loves going into schools to teach pupils, teachers or parents about mental health.  She is also a mental health columnist for Times Educational Supplement, and a judge on their Schools of the Year Award. Tara is an Associate Tutor on the doctorate programme for Clinical Psychologists at UCL.  She tweets @drtjap and is on Instagram @drtaraporterpsychologist. You can learn more about the content mentioned in this episode by visiting the links below: Dr Porter's Instagram Dr Porter's Twitter 'You Don't Understand Me' by Tara Porter 'Pride and Prejudice' by Jane Austen Euphoria series The 'Still Face Experiment' by Dr Edward Tronick  
In this episode, Ramita is joined by Filipa Bellette where the two explore Filipa's radical rethinking of the sorts of medicines we put into not only our own, but our childrens' bodies too. Filipa Bellette is the Co-Founder of Chris & Filly Functional Medicine. She is an accredited Clinical Nutritionist & Functional Medicine Practitioner, a graduate of Kalish Institute of Functional Medicine. She is also a PhD thought-leader, award-winning writer, and regularly published as a guest blogger & in the media. Together with her husband Chris Bellette, Filipa has worked with over 2,000+ busy, burnout clients in the last combined 20+ years, and specialises in producing healthy, productive and happy Mums & Dads...or as she calls it, a Power Parent! Filipa’s own passion for producing high-performance Power Parents came from her own personal experience of Mummy Burnout, after having babies and juggling the demands of business, family, and her failing health. You can learn more about the content mentioned in this episode by visiting the links below: Website - www.chrisandfilly.fm\ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/chrisandfilly  Instagram - @chrisandfilly_fm LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/filipa-bellette-73339019/   
This week of the Elevate podcast, we are joined by Dr Anne Whitehouse. Dr Whitehouse, FRSA, is a leading expert in Female Power, a success healer, and best-selling author of ‘Pull Back Your Power'.  A former metallurgist, the strain of succeeding in the 'boys' club’ world of engineering caused her to spiral into a spectacular burnout 25 years ago.  A pattern experienced by many high-flying women. Anne has spent two decades unravelling the hidden power dynamic that still undermines women in the world - and has developed a unique solution that integrates subconscious reprogramming and subtle energy flow - The RE-POWER®.  Her ground-breaking techniques help you change your power relationship with the world and feel genuinely safe in situations you used to dread. Visibility fears and imposter syndrome disappear, and it becomes safe to be seen as a powerful woman.  Anne has helped hundreds of women, worldwide, step into more success and impact than they ever believed possible! You can learn more about the content mentioned in this episode by visiting the links below: Dr Whitehouse's LinkedIn Facebook Instagram Website Book: 'Pull Back Your Power' And an extra-special thanks to Dr Whitehouse for her generous FREE GIFT: '5 Easy Steps to  More Confidence'
In this extra-special episode of Elevate, Ramita is joined by not only a pioneer in sports sponsorship, Ishveen Jolly but also her mother, Dr Jolly. Ramita and her two guests unpack generational and cultural differences as women from Asia, along with discussions surroundings the reluctance of women to pursue sports as they become older. Ishveen Jolly is the founder and CEO of OpenSponsorship, the largest two-sided marketplace for sports sponsorship that helps connect brands to athletes. Ishveen believes that sponsorship is the best form of marketing that brands can leverage to tell their story, whether that is by putting their logo on a footballer’s shirt or using an athlete’s social media presence to bring a brand to life. OpenSponsorship allows brands and athletes to connect in an easy, accessible way that simply didn’t exist before. You can learn more about the content mentioned in this episode by visiting the links below: Ishveen's Instagram Ishveen's LinkedIn Ishveen's Twitter OpenSponsorship
Comments (17)

Shilpi Narang

Ramita has an easy but no-nonsense style that is both conversational and refreshing. She dives into topics and questions that are relevant and impactful and she brings out the best in her fabulous guest speakers. Take a listen, you won’t be disappointed and you’ll come back for more.

Oct 30th
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Jade Atienza

Love this podcast! It opened so many discussions; exciting and entertaining - most of all, informative. You will learn a lot from listening to different people and their perspectives. Ramita is remarkable, and she gets better every episode released. Can't wait for more guests! ❤✨

Oct 28th
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Anita D

This podcast touches upon so many relevant and important issues... thank you for sharing your thoughts and pearls of wisdom @rare_coach and @elevate.ra!

Jun 23rd
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Anita D

Really touched by this podcast and so pleased that such an important topic is being discussed. Great insights and very worth listening to!

Apr 23rd
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Anita D

A lot of great take aways, found this very helpful and encouraging! Thank you Angela and @elevate.ra for the insightful discussion. 🙌

Mar 12th
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Anita D

Just finished listening to Artia share a very touching part of his life - a topic not spoken about enough. Was very moved by it and hope others also tune in!!

Mar 10th
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Vikas Mehta

Amazing work and very thoughtful conversations! Thank you, Ramita

Mar 8th
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Nitin Narang

As a father to two boys, these episodes help me form a more balanced viewpoint of gender inclusion. Thanks for sharing Ramita!

Mar 7th
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Anita D

Download complete, let the learning journey begin!!!

Feb 24th
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Henry Liu

5 Stars all the way, love her passion and mission, I'd I had a young girl I'd know exactly where to go for mentorship , to Ramita!

Feb 13th
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Anita D

Brilliant all around, don't miss this one!!!

Feb 12th
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Anita D

Brilliant podcast, truly enjoyed listening to it and very much looking forward to the rest of the series!

Feb 12th
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Sonia Rattan

So inspiring! loved it.

Feb 12th
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Sonia Rattan

LOVE this podcast! can't get enough?

Feb 12th
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Paras Anand

Terrific podcast - enjoying every episode!

Feb 12th
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