Swipe Right on Female Artists: Yayoi Kusama & Whitney Wolfe Herd
Tori Ganahl, co-founder of SheFactor and host of The SheFactor podcast, joins me on the mic to tell a story about a history-making woman she admires. Melissa kicks off the show by introducing Yayoi Kusama, an influential Japanese artist who's psychedelic style captures her real-life hallucinations. Tori tells the story of Whitney Wolfe Herd, founder of the popular dating app Bumble who just became the world's youngest female self-made billionaire. Looking for a way to support the show? Check out our new Support Feature: https://supporter.acast.com/mimosasisterhoodpodcastSHOW NOTES:In this episode, we talk about:Tori and Melissa meeting during the Almost 30 podcast accelerator programTori's struggle navigating life after collegeFounding The SheFactor with her mom, becoming an entrepreneur, and hosting The SheFactor podcastGrowing up with MySpace as our main digital platform + the ridiculous songs we had on our profile pageUsing social media to connect with inspirational peopleBev canned wine and Rabbel RoseLife for Yayoi Kusama living with mental health issues and hallucinationsThe male-dominated New York art scene during the 60's Andy Warhol's potential plagiarism + profiting off Yayoi's vision and styleLife for Whitney Wolfe Herd growing up with a natural talent for entrepreneurshipCo-founding Tinder but not receiving the credit for it Sexual and verbal harassment in the workplace + media harassment for speaking upFounding Bumble and creating a new dynamic where women can make the first moveRESOURCES:Follow Tori Ganahl: InstagramFollow The SheFactor: InstagramSubscribe to The SheFactor Podcast: PodcastCheck out The SheFactor website and discover your silhouette: Website Watch the Kusama-Infinity documentary on AmazonPrime: Yayoi Kusama DocumentaryTry out Bumble for dating or meeting new friends: BumbleTry Tori's favorite Bev Wine: Drink Bev WineTry Melissa's favorite Rose: Rabble RoseSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/mimosasisterhoodpodcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.