Glen Eagle Advisors has its own Radio Show and Podcast! Hosted by CEO Susan Michel, Women’s Wealth: The Middle Way airs every other Wednesday at 8am ET. Join Susan as she answers questions and shares tips relating to work, family and finance.

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Wednesday, August 21, 2019: From Law to Love to LLC with Rita Goodroe

Today, Susan is joined by Rita Goodroe, founder of Rita Made Me DO It! Rita founded “Women’s Business Garden,” a free, global community that provides education and community events to women entrepreneurs, in 2015. She was a lawyer for 13 years, but after realizing that she wasn’t happy with her career choice, Rita quit her job to become a dating coach and a mentor to women in business. Listen as she shares her humorous and empowering story with Susan, including going on 35 dates in 35 consecutive days!

Wednesday, August 7, 2019: The Importance of Dialogue with Teens with Lauren Galley

At the age of 15, Lauren Galley became the founder and CEO of Girls Above Society, a nonprofit designed to give girls confidence and cybersmarts in our media-driven society. Today, the 24-year-old award-winning teen mentor, Amazon Best Selling Author, TEDx Speaker, and Girl Power Expert is dedicated to empowering young girls to be confident and cybersmart as they face the tough pressures of living in today’s world. Lauren has learned a lot along the way, including that it’s easier to get teenage girls to open up about what is going on in their lives by being a role model and a friend who cares, rather than in an authoritarian way. Tune in as Lauren talks about the importance of dialogue and her “Girls Talk” platform.

Wednesday, July 24, 2019: Intern Advice with the 2019 Glen Eagle Interns

Internships have increasingly become a popular way for young adults to spend their summers. Having an internship provides work experience, learning experiences that are not gained in the classroom, and networking connections to many college-age young adults looking to get their foot in the door in today’s workforce. This week, Susan is joined by Carol Ann Fernandez, and the four interns working in the Glen Eagle office this summer. Join us as Sarah, Nishali, Abhi, and Kirti share their experience in the Glen Eagle internship program, and a bit of what they have learned this summer.

Wednesday, June 12, 2019: Growing Your Business from Home with Caryn Kopp

Caryn Kopp is the Chief Door Opener® at Kopp Consulting, the company she built from the ground up, which specializes in helping business owners land initial meetings with high-level decision makers at big-time companies. She is also a best-selling author, nationally-recognized speaker and expert in business development who can be seen in Inc., Forbes, Fortune Magazine and Newsweek and has been featured on the Wall Street Journal Morning Show. Caryn discusses the dynamics of building her company from home for only a strict 15 hours a week while her toddlers were in preschool. Tune in as she shares her unique perspective on building what has been named as one of NJ’s 50 Fastest Growing Companies even while all her employees work remotely.

Wednesday, May 29, 2019: From Mother to Inventor with Krista Woods

Any mom of an athlete knows the battle with the never-ending odors coming from their children’s sports gear. After months of trial and error, research and planning, Krista Woods, mother of three, decided to take matters into her own hands. She invented GloveStix®, an award-winning and patented odor management system using all-natural ingredients. With no previous manufacturing or e-commerce experience, and after only 7 months in business, Krista entered a “Mom Inventor” contest on NBC’s TODAY Show where she pitched her invention. She took home the grand prize, which was a trip to QVC to sell her product live, and she sold out in less than 8 minutes. In 2017, Krista appeared on Shark Tank and negotiated a deal that would propel her to the next level. Tune in as Krista discusses overcoming the fear of leaving her stable job and lifestyle to take a leap into the unknown world of entrepreneurship all while raising her children.

Wednesday, May 15, 2019: Handling Life’s Difficult Moments with Lara Currie

Lara Currie is a coach, speaker, and the author of “Difficult Happens,” who works with professionals in high-stakes, high-stress, purpose-driven fields. With more than 27 years of experience in high conflict positions such as an investigative journalist, private-investigator and court-appointed child advocate -- all while raising children of her own -- she has a unique and intuitive understanding of why people act and react the way they do. Tune in to hear Lara’s advice on understanding our reactions, communicating with people you don’t get along with and handling high-stress situations in your professional and personal life.

Wednesday, May 1, 2019: Sarah Coyne on the Issue of Princesses and Girls’ Development

It turns out that Snow White and Cinderella aren't as harmless as you thought they were. BYU Professor of family life Sarah Coyne discusses her research findings that girls who spend more time watching princess movies and playing with princess toys are less courageous and independent later on in life. What can we do to portray the right messages to girls while still allowing them to enjoy their favorite shows? How can we recognize and change the subtle differences in the way we speak to young girls versus boys?

Wednesday, April 17, 2019: Jaya Iyer On Following Your Dreams—Whatever They May Be

When Jaya’s young daughter expressed a passion for anything outer space, Jaya, with a Ph.D. in Fashion Merchandising, naturally set out to find some space-themed clothing for her. However, she was disappointed to find that the only space-themed—or STEM-themed, for that matter—apparel could be found in the boy’s section. So, Jaya left her job to start her own clothing company. With girls’ shirts featuring dinosaurs and boys’ shirts with butterflies, Jaya’s company, Svaha, encourages everyone to proudly pursue their interests and defy expectations. Tune in as Jaya shares her story as an immigrant chasing the American Dream, a mother looking to empower her daughter and entrepreneur hoping to make an impact.

Wednesday, April 3, 2019: Tara Sonenshine: From Emmy Awards to the White House

Tara Sonenshine, former Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs, Executive Vice President of United States Institute of Peace and Special Assistant to President Bill Clinton, among other positions, sits down with Susan to discuss the lessons she has learned from her career path. From dropping out of law school after a day and a half to pursuing journalism on a whim to juggling children and working in the White House, Tara has collected plenty of career wisdom for women out there. Additionally, her valuable perspective on what it means to have diversity and inclusion in debate and policy-making is one you won’t want to miss.

Wednesday, March 20, 2019: Opening Up in the Business World with Michelle Tenzyk

Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle, sits down with Michelle Tenzyk, CEO and Founder of East Tenth Group, a People Strategy, Leadership and Executive Coaching Firm. Michelle worked her way up the corporate ladder to executive strategic HR positions. While doing so, though, she was diagnosed with a serious, debilitating illness, one that often carries a tremendous social stigma. In 2014, Michelle founded the movement, The Truth Behind Our Titles®: Strength, Resilience and Hope for the Professional Journey. It shifts the belief that professional success means hiding or disguising our inner struggles and difficulties. Tune in to hear Michelle candidly discuss her inspiring journey and share her theory that we should embrace all of our experiences—even difficult ones—to integrate ourselves fully and more authentically in our professional lives.

Wednesday, March 6, 2019: The Climb to Self-Love with Kara Richardson Whitely

Kara’s habit of turning to food for comfort during difficult times throughout her childhood followed her into adulthood. By the time she finished college, she was 360 pounds and was even further weighed down by her low self-esteem.  Later, Kara set off on a quest to climb Mount Kilimanjaro despite her weight. Only 45% of hikers make it to the summit, but Kara’s drive to prove to herself that she could accomplish whatever she set her mind to pushed her to the top. However, her path to healing her relationship with her past and with herself is an ongoing journey with its own peaks and valleys.

Wednesday, February 20, 2019: Starting Fresh and Giving Back with Wendy Selig-Prieb

Wendy’s career path has been anything but linear. After graduating law school, she worked in law for only a year before taking a leap into working for Major League Baseball, where she climbed the ladder and became the only female CEO of a Major League team at the time with the Milwaukee Brewers. The Woman In Sports and Events Woman of the Year Award finalist then jumped to a very different scene: fashion. She began a business representing Worth New York and, as president of the company, found unique ways to give back to her community through her work, all while raising a family at the same time. In her current role, Wendy is a strategic advisor who works with companies looking to capitalize on new growth opportunities and drive large-scale transformation. Wendy’s professional and personal experiences have shaped her into a leader and she works to help others find their own inner leaders. From having the confidence to make bold career moves to giving back to her community to what she has learned from motherhood, Wendy’s insights are valuable to all women.

Wednesday, February 06, 2019: 30 Minutes a Day to Save Your Life with Lilian Stielstra

Lilian’s story may sound familiar to many of us: a mom of two, working a high-stress job, spending a lot of time in the car and on the go, putting her own health on the backburner. Overweight and with high blood pressure, she suffered from a stroke at the age of only 46. Lucky enough to survive with no lasting disabilities, Lilian began to take control over her health and walk for 30 minutes each morning, which slowly progressed to running miles a day. Although her transformation required slowing down at work, Lilian made the choice to change her priorities in order to save her life. Her message about the dangers of getting too caught up in life’s responsibilities resonates with women everywhere, as we often put others’ needs before our own.

Join us every other week on Women's Wealth: The Middle Way®, a radio show aimed at helping women navigate questions about work, money, and family. You can find us on, and, on the SoundCloud Apps for iPhone and Android, and Spotify. See you in two weeks!

Wednesday, January 23, 2019: Jennifer Pharr Davis: National Geographic Adventurer of the Year, Author, Mom

In today's episode, Susan is joined by Jennifer Pharr Davis who has not only hiked the trail 3 times, but she also broke the record of the fastest known hike of the Appalachian Trail, for both men and women, in 2011. Throughout her career, she has hiked across 6 continents, earning National Geographic Adventurer of the Year. From adaptability when things don’t go your way to positive self-image as a woman, Jennifer has learned plenty of life lessons while on the trails, which she shares in her newest book, The Pursuit of Endurance.

Join us every other week on Women's Wealth: The Middle Way®, a radio show aimed at helping women navigate questions about work, money, and family. You can find us on, and, on the SoundCloud Apps for iPhone and Android, and Spotify. See you in two weeks!

Wednesday, January 9, 2019: Judge Faith Hochberg: An Inspiring Story of Confidence and Success

Susan Michel is joined this week by The Honorable Faith Hochberg, a nationally recognized Federal Judge and the first and only woman to serve as the United States Attorney for the District of New Jersey, where she served for over 15 years before retiring from that position in 2015. From being one of the few women at Harvard Law at the time to being the first pregnant woman on the job at her firm, Judge Faith Hochberg has broken ground in more ways than one. Her story exemplifies confidence and the courage to take a chance. 

Wednesday, December 26, 2018: What to Know Before Starting Your Own Business

Many of us contemplate starting our own businesses but aren’t sure what the process truly is like. How do you create a unique brand? How do you set your goals, both long and short term? How do you work with clients to make sure they’re satisfied? Tune in to hear Kelsey Gilbert-Kreling and Mallory Ulaszek discuss their journey as they joined forces to create their own company, Presence Agency, while they were both under the age of 30.

Wednesday, December 12, 2018: Professor Ann Mari May on Closing the Gender Gap in Economics

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Professor of Economics and Women’s and Gender Studies Ann Mari May sits down with Susan to discuss why women in economics are often discouraged by a lack of representation and how closing this gender gap could lead to changes in public policy. Why has there been such a strong push for women in science and technology fields recently but no equivalent push for women in economics, and how can we change that?

Wednesday, November 28, 2018: Rainy Day Inspiration: A Creative Idea Takes Off!

In celebration of World Entrepreneur Day, Susan is joined today by two successful women who were inspired by something as simple as a rainy day! Stacy Struminger and Rachel Teyssier are the creators of RainRaps, a fashionable alternative to traditional bulky rain gear.  With their unique idea, they were able to win the Today Show’s Bright Idea Contest in 2013, just over a year after they began their journey. Their product is now featured in hundreds of stores across the United States, as well as in Canada, the Netherlands, and Australia. 

Join us every other week on Women's Wealth: The Middle Way®, a radio show aimed at helping women navigate questions about work, money, and family. You can find us on, and, on the SoundCloud Apps for iPhone and Android, and Spotify. See you in two weeks!

Wednesday, November 14, 2018: Kelli Tanghe and Team Ari: Pushing for Inclusion, One Race at a Time

Kelli Tanghe and Team Ari: Pushing for Inclusion, One Race at a Time Kelli Tanghe promised herself that when her daughter Arianna, who has cerebral palsy and is legally blind, took her first steps on her own after years of therapy, she’d lace up her sneakers and start to run. Little did she know the journey that would follow. When Ari entered middle school, she voiced her disappointment being left on the sidelines in gym class and desire to compete in sports just like her older brother and sister. In order to get Ari off the bench and into the action, in 2012, Kelli pushed her daughter in her wheelchair in a 5k race. Since, they’ve crossed over 60 finish lines together, including multiple marathons, all while raising awareness for the inclusion of physically challenged and assisted athletes. Kelli is able to push herself through the miles thanks to encouraging words from Ari, who feels like her “disability disappears” when she races with her mom. Tune in as Kelli discusses how, even with the obstacles, Arianna blesses her life and inspires her every day.

Wednesday, October 31, 2018: The Oldest Woman to Swim the English Channel on Retirement Adventuring

At the age of 46, Pat Gallant-Charette’s son decided to swim an open-water race in honor of Pat’s brother who had recently passed away from a heart attack at the age of only 34. When Pat commended his decision and commented that she wished she could do the same, he surprised her by responding, “Mom, you can if you try.” Those encouraging words started Pat’s journey of transition from a mom who cheered in the stands and was afraid of swimming in the ocean to a mom who competed in some of the world’s most famous and difficult open-water swims. Even as a caretaker to her young grandchildren and a working nurse, Pat proved to herself and others that she could accomplish whatever she set her mind to. At the age of 66, she became the oldest woman to swim the English Channel, and she’s still competing and adventuring, proving that age is truly just a number.

Wednesday, October 16, 2018: The Art of Trial and Error with Joy Fennell and Valerie Wray

When friends Valerie and Joy decided to join forces for a creative passion project alongside their busy work schedules, they began a journey that may be familiar to any entrepreneur. From deciding they wanted to be self-funded instead of taking outside loans to the process of finding the perfect pop-up location, the building of their lifestyle brand, The 125 Collection, is the result of ongoing analysis and re-evaluation. Through the ups and downs and sacrifices that come out of financing your own business and building a recognized brand in New York City, Valerie and Joy have plenty to share when it comes to the trial and error process in the beginning stages of a business.

Wednesday, October 3, 2018: Sandy Hook Teacher Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis on Finding Hope After Tragedy

When a gunman opened fire inside the friendly, peaceful Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14th of 2012, lives were changed forever. First-grade teacher Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis, whose classroom was only a few feet from where the attack began, immediately sprang to action by hiding her 14 students in a 3x4 foot bathroom and keeping them quiet. Although she and her students survived, others did not, and the tragedy left the community frozen with dismay and unanswerable questions. In an effort to overcome the darkness and chaos, Kaitlin created an organization to promote kindness in the classroom and wrote a novel, Choosing Hope, to guide others who are suffering through hardship to find their light, one day at a time. From her heroic actions as a teacher, philanthropist, writer and speaker, Kaitlin was chosen as a 2013 Glamour Woman of the Year.

Wednesday, September 19, 2018: The Big Rethink with Veronica “Niki” Fielding

Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle, sits down with accomplished senior digital marketing executive, entrepreneur, writer and speaker Veronica “Niki” Fielding to discuss the “Big Rethink” and its implications in the business world. In the 80s and 90s, people considered success as two-dimensional and strictly financial. However, after the Great Recession about a decade ago, people began to ask themselves what they truly wanted out of life, and began to consider money as just a part of the success equation, alongside other personal factors and values. As part of the workforce, how should we restate our career goals as they intertwine with our personal goals? As employers, how do we work with the new realization that our employees might not stick around for long as personal journeys and growth begin to take priority over vertical promotions?

Wednesday, September 5, 2018: Pursuing Passion Over Perfection with Carlota Zimmerman

Carlota Zimmerman, like many women, had always strived for perfection. Her list of accomplishments is impressive: child actor on Sesame Street at age 4, published playwright at 17, law school graduate and successful television news manager in Moscow. Finally, it took a low point in her life with nothing left to lose to push her to take a chance and pursue her passion of coaching others. Reflecting on her life of trial and error, “safe” decisions like going to law school out of practicality and riskier decisions like starting her own business with no experience, Carlota discusses what it takes to truly pursue your passions, despite doubt from yourself and others.

Wednesday, August 22, 2018: Sara Schaer on Kango: An App for Working Moms, Created by One

Any mother knows the chaos that is transporting your kids from school to soccer practice to their friends’ houses and all the other places they go, especially as a working parent. That’s exactly how Sara’s life was before she decided to take matters into her own hands as an entrepreneur and create Kango--essentially Uber for kids with thorough background checks and live GPS tracking. From dealing with gender-specific questions from investors, such as “How will you run this company as a working mom?” to dressing up in a pink kangaroo as a marketing stint, Sara’s unique journey is one that all women can learn from.

Wednesday, August 8, 2018: A Balancing Act: Starting a Business with your Best Friend

Typical business advice often warns people not to start a business with their best friend if they want the company -- or the friendship -- to last. When a Harvard Business School professor studied over 10,000 startups, he found that the least stable teams were friends, with a founder turnover rate of 28.6%, higher than teams of virtual strangers. But Meghan Patke and Lisa Strangis have proven that with a shared passion and respect for each other, you can balance the friend and business partner relationship. Tune in as Susan sits down with Meghan and Lisa to discuss how they collaborated and compromised to make the business and relationship work.

Wednesday, July 25, 2018: Turning Obstacles into Opportunities with Briana Williams

When Briana began her education at Harvard Law School, she was the perfect example of beating the odds: she was the only person in her family to attend college, and now graduate school. However, when she found out she was pregnant with her daughter Evie before her second year at Harvard, she realized one of her biggest challenges was yet to come. From going into labor during a final exam to having to ask the dean of students to babysit during class, being a single mom while achieving her law degree was no easy task. But through her journey, she has inspired women everywhere with her honesty about the struggles she has faced and what she has learned from them.

Wednesday, July 11, 2018: The Selflessness of Self-Discovery with Sam Johnstone

Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle sits down with single mother and entrepreneur Sam Johnstone to discuss her journey of self-discovery and courage that began when she left an unhealthy marriage and job and started her own business as a single mother. In addition to turning her life around for herself and her children, she decided to help other businesswomen do the same by creating her own local networking group for women. From taking the first step towards a better life to finding the self-confidence to network as a woman, Sam’s story is an important one for any woman to hear.

Wednesday, June 27, 2018: The Internship Generation

Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle, is joined today by three of Glen Eagle’s summer interns tell us about their experiences. According to a recent Forbes report, the percentage of graduates who had worked at least one internship during their college careers rose from less than 10 percent in the ‘80s to more than 80 percent in the mid-2000s, and the number is only growing. While there’s the stereotype of the monotonous internship full of coffee and copier runs, an internship usually is an eye-opening learning experience that prepares students for their future careers while also bringing a fresh perspective into the office that employers can benefit from.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018: Outnumbered but not Overpowered: Finding your Voice with Sprina Moon

Sprina Moon is no stranger to being the odd one out. Her journey began as she emigrated from South Korea to the United States as a daring teenager and struggled to learn English while surrounded by unforgiving high school kids. With the confidence built by knowing the value of her unique perspective and forging meaningful relationships, she worked her way up to success in the car sales industry despite being one of the few female and Asian voices in the white male-dominated field. Join us this week as Susan sits down with Sprina to discuss her inspiring journey that all women should hear.

Wednesday, May 30, 2018: Your Career, Your Choices: The Key of Flexibility with Kathleen Karkos

When it comes to balancing a family and a career, women in particular often feel pressure to conform to what others believe is the “right” way to accomplish the feat. However, Kathleen Karkos, who oversees Glen Eagle’s client service team and has raised children of her own, knows that the key to balance is flexibility, open-mindedness and the confidence to form one’s own path. This week, Susan Michel sits down with Kathleen to discuss her unique journey of many career changes, relocations, sacrifices and successes. Listen in to learn about how career and personal choices intertwine to meet her own definition of success.

Wednesday, May 16, 2018: Mentorships: A Win/Win Relationship

Mentorships: A Win/Win Relationship In this episode, Susan and Carol Ann Michel share their personal experiences with mentorship. Mentors can be anchors of trust and ignitors of change and their styles can vary from coach to connector to cheerleader or challenger. These constructive relationships are usually a win/win for both mentors and mentees. Listen in to learn how mentorship can lead to fresh ideas and perspectives, reduced feelings of isolation and a wonderful way to expand your life and business!

Wednesday May 2, 2018: A Journey From Bus Driver to Aerospace Engineer with Clare McGlory

In today’s episode, Susan Michel is joined by Clare McGlory, an aerospace engineer based in San Diego. Clare shares her career journey, including how she encountered a tough job market after college graduation and how joining a professional organization and connecting with a mentor helped her land her current role. She offers insightful and heartfelt advice for women interested in pursuing a career in engineering, or any of the STEM areas.


Wednesday April 18, 2018: Staying Safe in an Increasingly Digital World with Mary Frantz

In today’s digital world, cybersecurity is extremely important for businesses of any size. One look at the news and you get an idea of why that is. This week, Susan Michel is joined by Mary Frantz, founder and managing partner of Enterprise Knowledge Partners. An industry leader with more than 25 years of experience, Mary shares valuable information you won’t want to miss. Join us as she talks about her journey to the top of a predominantly male industry, what all mid to small business owners should keep in mind, and her number one piece of advice on how to keep your information safe in this digital world.


Wednesday, April 4, 2018: Working from Home: The Best of Both Worlds with Laura Hurd

This week, Susan sits down with Glen Eagle’s Executive Assistant, Laura Hurd. After staying home with her children for sixteen years, Laura decided to re-enter the workforce in an unconventional way- working from home. Listen in as Laura shares her journey, her advice to those contemplating a similar career and the top three things you need to do to successfully work from home.


Wednesday, March 21, 2018: Five Generations Working Side-By-Side

In this podcast, Susan and Carol Ann Michel discuss the dynamics of multi-generational groups working together. Through collaboration, teamwork and understanding, the five generations (Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials and Generation Z) can work effectively while learning from one each other.


Wednesday, March 7, 2018: Life Insurance: What All Women Should Know with Hilary Kurzer

On this episode of “Women's Wealth: The Middle Way,” Glen Eagle CEO Susan Michel is joined by Hilary Kurzer, who has been in the insurance industry for over 20 years. As a single working mother, Hilary lives our company motto of “Faith, Family, Firm.” Listen in as Hilary shares the important factors to keep in mind when selecting a life insurance policy and how long-term health insurance has become a major concern for women.


Wednesday, February 21, 2018: The Importance of Financial Literacy With Toneisha Friday

Susan is joined on this week’s podcast by Toneisha Friday, a publicist in the healthcare industry, a financial literacy champion and an advocate for the youth. Toneisha grew up with two successful female role models in her life, and she credits that strong support system for shaping her into the professional she is today. Listen in as Toneisha shares her thoughts on the importance of financial literacy, leveraging your network and knowing your worth.


Wednesday, February 7, 2018: Wisdom Begins in Wonder with Susan and Carol Ann Michel

Susan is joined by Carol Ann Michel, Susan’s daughter who recently joined the firm. Listen in as they share their insight into juggling the demands of career, life and family - from both perspectives! Susan and Carol Ann have learned that open communication, finding common ground, and learning to treasure the small moments along the way are key elements to their work and family life.


Wednesday, January 24, 2018:The Unpredictability of Life with Jen McNelis

On this week’s podcast, Susan is joined by Jen McNelis, a product manager at a large analytics firm. After experiencing tragedy at a young age, Jen was able to look to her mother as a role model on how to face some of life's greatest adversities. Although she is now a part of the male dominant software and web development industry, Jen wasn't always on the STEM career path. Listen in as Jen refutes the correlation between major and career and emphasizes the importance of learning and picking up new skills once a part of the workforce.

Join us every other week on Women's Wealth: The Middle Way, a radio show aimed at helping women navigate questions about work, money, and family You can find us on, and, on the SoundCloud Apps for iPhone and Android, and Spotify. See you in two weeks!


Wednesday, January 10, 2018: Creating the Lifestyle You Want with Cheryl Biron

This week, we are joined by Cheryl Biron, Founder and Principal of LexaGen Freedom Accelerator. Cheryl works with CEOs and their leadership teams to help them grow their companies, scale and create a culture of action and accountability. After working in the financial world, helping her husband run a business and starting a family, Cheryl returned to school to earn her MBA from Wharton and become an entrepreneur. On this week’s podcast, Cheryl sits down with Susan to discuss her bookThe Hot Tub Manifesto. Join us to hear Cheryl’s advice for changing careers and the how important it is to know your natural strengths, passions and goals.


Wednesday, December 27, 2017: Choosing Your Own Path with Kristin Santizo

Kristin Santizo joins Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle Advisors, to discuss her journey as a mother and business owner. Kristin spent a number of years climbing the corporate ladder at her company, but when she took a backseat to a male peer after returning from her second maternity leave, she came to the harsh realization that the corporate world she was a part of was unsupportive of women and discouraged them from having families. Motivated, Kristin decided to start her own business, promising herself to never work for another employer. Join us as Kristin discusses the process she went through to prepare herself for the transition.


Wednesday, December 13, 2017: Leading the Feminist Revolution in Immersive Technology with Sybil Steele

As technology continues to become an important part of everyday life, one amazing woman is using immersive technology to create female-focused content. On this week’s podcast, Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle Advisors is joined by Sybil Steele. Sybil is Founder and CEO of Temme Media, an emerging media studio dedicated to informing and inspiring women’s journeys through virtual reality/360 video. Temme Media’s debut film, Mothers of the Atlas, chronicles the innovative way mobile technology is decreasing maternal mortality in Morocco. Listen in as Sybil discusses the motivations for her work, the power of immersive technology and balancing work and family responsibilities.


Wednesday, November 29, 2017: Making a Real Impact on the Lives of Those in Need

In the spirit of the holiday season, Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle Advisors in Kingston, New Jersey, is joined by Meredith Michel as she discusses helping those who are often overlooked. After leaving her job as an attorney in NYC to stay home with her growing family, Meredith joined her local bible study and became involved in youth ministry. Meredith’s goal was to find a valuable service opportunity that also left an impact on the youth ministry members. By working with Midnight Run, a nonprofit organization that has a unique take on helping the homeless, Meredith was able to do just that.


Wednesday, November 15, 2017: A Growing Family and a Growing Business with Michelle Slapa

This week, Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle Advisors in Kingston, New Jersey, is joined by Michelle Slapa, the owner of a second generation woman-owned promotion company. Listen in as Michelle shares her experience deciding to join the family business, the importance of blending family and work, and her advice on how to grow a business while cherishing time spent with family.


Wednesday, November 1, 2017: Sharing your Story: The Three T’s (Trust, Transparency yields Triumph)

This week, listen in as Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle Advisors in Princeton, New Jersey, talks about The Three T’s of successful retirement planning. Susan discusses the importance of sharing your story when planning for retirement in order to build Trust, generate Transparency and Triumph. Sharing not only your life and journey but also your dreams, hopes, and aspirations empower you and your family to come to terms with and prepare for retirement.


Wednesday, October 18, 2017: The Challenges & Advantages of Starting a Business with Michele Semper

This week, Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle Advisors in Princeton, New Jersey, is joined by Michele Semper. Originally a special education teacher, Michele started a new business in order to gain the flexibility and freedom to spend more time with her family. Listen in as Michele discusses the emotional conflicts that come with starting your own business, her personal experience with tragedy, and her advice for those going through challenging times themselves.


Wednesday, October 4, 2017: The Entrepreneurial Spirit with Shelley Gray

This week, Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle Advisors in Princeton, New Jersey, is joined by Shelley Gray. A serial entrepreneur, Shelley has been able to start a number of businesses ranging from set building for Broadway to farming and storage rentals, all from the same home office and while raising a family. Listen to her speak about important lessons you can take away from unconventional work experiences and what empowers her to start new ventures.


Wednesday, September 20, 2017: Navigating Rough Waters with Chris Lowhorn

This week, Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle Advisors in Princeton, New Jersey, is joined by Chris Lowhorn. After graduating from the US Naval Academy and serving as a Surface War Officer for a number of years, Chris became a Senior Business Development Consultant with a major insurance company. With her unique story, Chris is able to share her experience with transitioning from the Navy to the corporate world. Listen in as she talks about the three main ways life at sea differs from life in the office and the challenges, and advantages, of being a woman in a predominantly male environment.


Wednesday, September 6, 2017: Your Doughnut Moment

This week, Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle Advisors in Princeton, New Jersey, is joined by guest Nina Kaufman. Nina is the founder of Business Exponential and not your ordinary business owner! Forbes Magazine calls her an Influencer on the subject of Entrepreneurship. Nina talks about her Doughnut moment and realizing how important being able to rely on your team is in order to grow. Nina shows owners of expertise-driven service companies how their businesses can double their value and begin to function like a well-oiled machine. Tune in to hear Nina’s story and powerful business advice!


August 23, 2017: Faith's Journey to Helping Women

This week, Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle Advisors in Princeton, New Jersey, is joined by guest Faith Saunders. Faith is the founder and CEO of Discover a New Future, a company focused on helping women be the best version of themselves. Faith shares how her personal struggles led her on a path of helping others. We all have something to offer, and we should be looking for opportunities to share our experiences. Tune in to hear Faith’s amazing journey and learn how she found herself running a company dedicated to helping other women!


Wednesday, August 9, 2017: Millennials and The Workplace

This week, Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle Advisors in Princeton, New Jersey, is joined by two millennials who are eager to share their perspectives on internships and entering the workforce. Taylor used her internship as an opportunity to “test drive” a job before accepting a full-time position after college graduation. Christina, a college sophomore, discusses how two summers of internship experience have given her the opportunity to contribute to a growing firm. Technology, time management, flexibility and open-mindedness are just a few of the key points they’ll share about today!


Wednesday, July 26, 2017: Giving Back: Helping Our Community

In this episode of Women’s Wealth: The Middle Way, CEO Susan Michel is joined by Marna McDermott, an active community volunteer. Marna finds joy in helping others and devoting her time to several local organizations. Listen in to find out about Marna’s busy and rewarding life!

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” - Helen Keller


Wednesday, July 12, 2017: A Smart, Winning Strategy - Reverse Parenting

This week, Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle Advisors in Princeton, New Jersey, is joined by guest Kathy LoBue. Kathy shares her personal experience with reverse parenting, and how she and her husband made the decision for Kathy to work outside of the home and for her husband to stay at home full-time with their children. Tune in to find out how this decision helped her family find health, balance and happiness!


Wednesday, June 28, 2017: The Middle Way- Part 3

Today, CEO Susan Michel interviews special guests, Joy Ann Lowery and Nancy Smith, on how they live The Middle Way: a lifestyle choice that honors both work and family obligations. Joy works part-time and owns her own business. Plus, she has three children. Her mother, Nancy was also a working mom and now helps with her grandchildren in her retirement.


Wednesday, June 14, 2017: Eldercare: A Two-Way Conversation

CEO Susan Michel and Joanna Gordon Martin, the founder of Theia Senior Solutions, discuss the two-way conversation that occurs between working children and their aging parents when considering eldercare.


Wednesday, May 31, 2017: Doing Well By Doing Good

CEO Susan Michel is joined by Joanna Gordon Martin, the founder of Theia Senior Solutions. This podcast focuses on Joanna’s journey as an entrepreneur, and how she balances work, life and family. Through her own personal experience navigating the challenge of finding care for her elderly parent, Joanna realized that she could form a business that would help others going through similar situations.


Wednesday, May 17, 2017: Best Laid Plans - Not So Much

In this podcast, CEO Susan Michel shares a heartfelt, personal experience about a recent time when her best laid plans didn't work out. Listen as Susan discusses life, family and how important it is to adapt when things don't go according to plan.


Wednesday, May 3, 2017: The Power of Mentorship

In this podcast, Susan is joined by her daughter, Carol Ann, to discuss the power of mentors as anchors of trust and igniters of change.


Wednesday, April 19, 2017: Living The Middle Way with Laura Hurd

In this episode, Susan interviews Laura Hurd, her executive assistant at Glen Eagle Advisors, about living The Middle Way, a lifestyle all about honoring both family and work obligations. Laura shares her personal strategies for striking a healthy work-life balance.


Wednesday, April 5, 2017: Spring Cleaning Your Life’s Priorities

April marks the beginning of Spring, which is the perfect time to revisit your work and family priorities and consider "Spring Cleaning" any overlapping commitments. In this episode, Susan shares some personal stories of living the Middle Way that will provide you with the insight you need to start this Spring Cleaning process!


Wednesday, March 22, 2017: Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month, which is a great time to reflect on the immense progress women have made in business and finance. In this episode of Women’s Wealth: The Middle Way, CEO Susan Michel commends the growth of women in business, especially in the past few years.


Wednesday, March 8, 2017: Tackling Taxes

Listen in as Susan shares her perspective and personal experiences with filing taxes. From the history of taxes, to her son's first minimum wage job, to the types of questions to ask your accountant, Susan is here to cover it all!


Wednesday, February 22, 2017: Giving Back

In this pilot episode of Women’s Wealth: The Middle Way, Susan shares her insights into the importance of "Giving Back."