It takes a village

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Claire Wasserman
Founder, Director of Programming

Claire Wasserman is a community builder and an advocate for women in the workplace. 

In addition to running LGP, she is on the Well + Good's Council, coaches individuals and groups, and is a frequent writer, moderator and speaker at companies like the New York Times. Claire is also featured in the Sally Hansen global campaign, Shetopia.

Claire is currently on a tour across the country, hosting town halls for thousands of women to talk about self-worth at work.


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Ashley Louise
Co-Founder, Partnerships + Operations

Ashley Louise graduated from Cornell University in 2010 with a focus on economics, negotiation and business management, skills she took with her as a grassroots fundraiser for various civil rights and environmental non profits like the Human Rights Campaign and the Sierra Club. She then spent the next six years at various tech companies, most recently heading up business development at Vimeo.

An avid pantsuit enthusiast, Ashley is extraordinarily passionate about women's rights, especially equal pay, and has been featured in publications like Forbes and Bustle.


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Danielle Magee
Community Lead

Danielle Magee is a business money maker and loves to elevate women through community and education. She designed a backpack for working women which she successfully funded through Kickstarter and is currently evolving her dream into an online marketplace for female identifying and non-binary creators. She has written for publications like Darling Magazine and Eco Warrior Princess. Ladies Get Paid came to her at a time where she felt silenced, but after her first event she found the confidence to speak her truth and took pride in knowing her worth. She is so honored to be able to help women find their voice in the workplace and hear them ROAR! Website: https://blog.livelikeanace.com/


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Nicole Babalas Nichols
Ambassador Program Manager

Nicole Babalas Nichols joined Ladies Get Paid in 2018 as Ambassador Program Manager and is responsible for providing programmatic and developmental support for our Ladies Get Paid committees across the country.

 What drew her to Ladies Get Paid (besides loving Claire and Ashley, of course)? The desire to see women thrive and be the best versions of themselves possible in the workplace, and to bring other women up with them. A proud native Bostonian, Nicole graduated from Boston University with a degree in psychology, and has spent the past decade working in Washington, DC and NYC in research and strategic communications. Her passions, besides Ladies Get Paid, include worshiping all things Ruth Bader Ginsburg, fighting the damn patriarchy, and drinking red wine (usually all together).


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Danielle Vogl
Designer

Danielle Vogl is a designer and illustrator, as well as an ambassador for the Ladies Get Paid Burlington Vermont Chapter.

Originally from Pittsburgh, she is currently living in the beautiful state of Vermont.  She loves working on projects that align with her passions, which include food, health and wellness—and, of course, helping women advocate for their worth.

Portfolio: www.daniellevogl.com   
Instagram:@deevogl


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Hannah Rothblatt
Lady Talk Co-Producer

Hannah Rothblatt is a comedy writer living, working, complaining, checking her phone, holding onto her purse, barely sleeping, and laughing to herself on the subway in New York City. She works for money as a digital marketer at Comedy Central and is passionate about telling women’s stories and experiences through irony and laughter, like here. Hannah graduated with a B.A. in Art History from Carleton College, where she met her Lady Talk co-producer and bestie, Jhernie Evangelista.

Hannah is also the co-writer of the upcoming web-series, Impodsters, about a group of friends who pretend to create a podcast. You can follow her on Instagram @babkabebe or into any Trader Joe’s so long as you are willing to help carry groceries.


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Jhernie Evangelista
Lady Talk Co-Producer

Jhernie Evangelista is a freelance video editor based in New York City. Originally from Hawai'i, she migrated East to follow a passion for the arts. Recognizing the need for representation, both behind and in front of the camera, she began to combat disparities in tech and media through her work in Virtual Reality. She received her BA from Carleton College in Cinema and Media Studies with a focus in Cognitive Science and has since specialized in nonfiction, promotional pieces, and virtual reality content.

As a proud native Hawaiian she believes her cultural background lends her a keen eye for storytelling nuance and integrity. Her personal work has shown at Independent Filmmaking Project Minnesota and the Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Film Festival, and she is currently working on a documentary highlighting the need for support and recognition in queer women’s healthcare.


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Christina Barry-Simmons
Negotiation Instructor (Portland)

Christina Barry-Simmons is a skilled finance and sustainability strategist committed to creating innovative solutions for mission-driven organizations that are driving local, national and global change.

 

A passion for gender equity has led her to start a blog Women & Money and her own business Asset: Sustainable Money & You. Christina became a Ladies Get Paid PDX ambassador because she wants to “close the damn wage gap in my lifetime.” She is excited to teach the skills to get the raises we deserve.

 


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Morgan Fletcher
Negotiation Instructor (New York)

Morgan Fletcher is a cultural producer and digital marketer with a specialty in the arts.

She is passionate about supporting women, trans and non-gender conforming individuals as they pursue their career and creative goals, and serves as East Coast Co-Director of Art Girl Army, as a Salary Negotiation Workshop Leader for Ladies Get Paid, and as a member of the Planned Parenthood Activist Council NYC. She also dedicates her time to teaching embroidery classes, voice-over work, and studying languages (French, Italian, and Arabic, so far).


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Tallia Deljou
Negotiation Instructor (Atlanta)

Tallia Deljou is the co-founder of Mavenly + Co., dedicated to helping professional women design a career and life with purpose.

With a Master’s degree in Positive Organizational Psychology, Tallia brings a strengths-based approach to thriving in the workplace. By encouraging a mindset rooted in values, her work helps women redefine success for themselves. She joined LGP because the need for real conversations about women, work, and worth is greater than ever, and equipping women with the tools they need to get what they deserve is the first step.


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Amanda Fakhreddine Goedde
Negotiation Instructor (Boston)

Amanda Fakhreddine Goedde is a content creating professional, who works to inspire others to live their best life.

As publication editor and master fitness instructor in the Greater Boston Area, developing high quality results, standing her ground, and lifting others with her are her greatest accomplishments. She joined Ladies Get Paid because she saw an opportunity to learn and network with like-minded women in her city. Negotiations run in her blood - her father and mother taught her from a young age to never accept the first number, whether it was in a souk in Dubai or in the HR office. So when she was approached by Ladies Get Paid to teach women salary negotiation skills, she jumped at the opportunity.


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Allegra Moet Brantly
Negotiation Instructor (Austin)

Allegra Moet Brantly is the Membership Manager at Galvanize Austin, a national co-working space and tech school with 8 campuses across the US. 

Previously, she was the Head of Marketing and Partnerships at the Financial Gym, a financial services startup helping millennials get their finances in shape. Her personal "why" is to help 100,000 women achieve financial freedom far earlier than "retirement age" so they can live life on their terms and experience true independence.

 
 
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