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How to Take Back Control and Truly Find Balance with Suzanne Brown

In this episode, Kathy is in conversation with Suzanne Brown. Suzanne is a multifaceted career woman who gives her realistic perspectives of being a working mom in the United States. Suzanne and Kathy discuss the mental load of working mothers being based on previous generations obligations of motherhood and how that mind shift needs to change.

Suzanne emphasizes the need for moms to have a flexible work environment and addresses how corporations need to catch up with what their employers want. She believes that the power of asking your workplace what you need is a way of regaining personal time and care.

Suzanne Brown is a strategic marketing and business consultant, a work-life balance speaker, consultant, and bestselling and 4-time award-winning author, and a mom to two young boys. She has appeared in places like Forbes, Real Simple, Time, Washington Post, and Harvard Business Review.

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About Kathy Guzmán Galloway:

Kathy Guzmán Galloway is a girl mom, entrepreneur, strategist and 20 year veteran of the CPG marketing world. She is the CEO at kgalloway consulting, where she helps small businesses to Fortune 500 organizations drive growth with strategy and innovation. She’s also the founder and CEO of Dual Language Family - a travel and language startup that helps families raising bilingual children connect language learning to real people and experiences. She’s a Jersey girl living in Texas, proud daughter of Dominican Republic immigrants, who loves cooking, beaches and 90’s merengue.

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About Fork in the Road Podcast

Fork in the Road Podcast shares the stories of women who have faced the choice between leaning into an invested career in Corporate America or daring to venture onto an unknown path. So many women in Corporate America today are facing a Fork in the Road: the choice between staying with what you know and working to transform it into what you want - or risking it all for the unknown and manifesting something better. Because not every road is right for every one, listen to these stories to inspire you to choose yours.


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