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What we can learn about AI, the digital space, and activism from a CEO and podcast expert

Have you ever been curious to learn about podcasting, artificial intelligence, and activism all at once? Look no further - we have the answers!

What we can learn about AI, the digital space, and activism from a CEO and podcast expert

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Have you ever been curious to learn about podcasting, artificial intelligence, the digital space, and activism all at once?

Look no further - we have the answers!

In the latest interview for Conversations on Women's History Month, we spoke with Denese Duran, the CEO of Podcasters Unlimited Podcast Network and the Podcaster's of NJ incubator.

Conversations on Women's History Month is an opportunity to discuss the issues women face worldwide, celebrate influential people past and present, debate the big news of the day, and speak to professional women in their respective industries.


We discussed how Ms. Duran got into podcasting, her experience on AI panels about Amazon's Alexa technology, and her involvement with New Jersey's Amend the 13th organization.

Check out the interview below to get the full scoop.

Interview with Denese Duran, the CEO of Podcasters Unlimited for Conversations on Women's History Month. roar-assets-auto.rbl.ms

You can visit the Podcasters of NJ incubator here. To learn more about Podcasters Unlimited, click here.

Do you have something to say about Women's History Month? Do you want to share your opinions about celebrating women in their respective fields? Sign up to submit a post today!


I'm pleading for pop culture to stop playing OCD for laughs

Perhaps the time has come to re-evaluate how we portray OCD in films and TV series.

Melvin Udall in As Good as it Gets

I've had Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) since I was a child and I'm now in my early 40s. For all of this time, I have felt like I should be apologizing for it.

It's like this invisible phantom that engulfs one in fear and doubt and brings dark clouds to a shiny day at the park. The sense of guilt has always followed me due to the disorder being a part of my everyday life. For whenever I would try to talk about it to a friend or a relative, to explain a certain lifestyle choice, to touch upon its debilitating nature, I've often been looked at funny in return.

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