The Ghidotti Podcast Empowering Women Spotlight

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In the last episode of our Empowering Women Spotlight, Justice Rhonda Wood shares more about how her podcast Lady Justice came to be, what she and her co-hosts are hoping listeners gain from their discussions and future plans for the podcast after a successful first season. 

After four years and 99 episodes with leaders, thinkers and innovators from in and around Arkansas, The Ghidotti Podcast has officially shifted to a new series format. We’re still connecting our listeners with interesting stories, business strategies and new ideas from all the movers and shakers, but episodes are now released simultaneously with each guest interview reflecting an exciting and new content theme. 

“This new style provides our listeners with more of a deeper dive into a specific theme or subject,” host Natalie Ghidotti said on a previous episode of The Ghidotti Podcast. “We’ve got lots of ideas that we’re working on and I’m excited for everyone to experience the podcast in this new format.”

Kicking things off under this new format is a six-part series called the Empowering Women Spotlight. From business leaders and government officials to authors and state Supreme Court Justices, The Ghidotti Podcast Empowering Women Spotlight discusses issues and topics with a focus on empowering women no matter where they are in life. Join us as we sit down with those in Arkansas and beyond who are leading women and uplifting their voices in business, politics and life. 

Episode 1 of 6: Treasurer Dennis Milligan and Fran Jansen

Arkansas Treasurer of State Dennis Milligan has been a champion for improving women’s financial education since his election in 2014. Providing women the opportunity to learn the necessary information to take control of their financial lives, Milligan’s commitment to this cause was reinforced with the Smart Women Smart Money virtual conference held in September. With a goal to make financial education available to everyone, the conference was FREE for all attendees. Along with Director of 529 Programs Fran Jansen, Milligan kicks off our Empowering Women Spotlight by sharing more about the conference and how the State Treasurer’s office promotes financial education for Arkansas women.

Episode 2 of 6: Rachel Martin

As an author and blogger, Rachel Martin provides encouragement for mothers with a bit of intentional living mixed in. Featuring serious and funny posts about motherhood along with content about struggles in finance, divorce and single parenting, Martin is the voice behind the Finding Joy website and blog. Several of her blog posts achieved viral status, eventually leading her to write her first book, “The Brave Art of Motherhood” and she also served as keynote speaker for the Smart Women Smart Money conference. 

In episode two of our Empowering Women Spotlight, Martin shares more about how she got started in the early days of motherhood blogging, how Finding Joy has grown since its inception and what it means to her to help other women on their own journeys.

Episode 3 of 6: Erin Hohnbaum

A previous guest on The Ghidotti Podcast, E. Leigh’s founder and CEO Erin Hohnbaum has always been passionate about inspiring and elevating women. From co-founding PowHer Players to serving as a mentor for fellow female entrepreneurs, Hohnbaum has seemingly done it all. However, as we’ve learned with the recent launch of The Nest, Little Rock’s first coworking community and social club, she remains committed to doing even more to support the women around her. 

Partnering with host Natalie Ghidotti as co-founder, The Nest will serve a diverse community of women looking for ways to learn from each other, better connect and build on each other’s strengths and ideas. Ghidotti and Hohnbaum share more about their vision in episode three of our Empowering Women Spotlight.

Episode 4 of 6: Tamika Edwards

Encouraging representation and participation of diverse groups of people, Tamika Edwards has dedicated her career to providing and improving opportunities for women. She currently serves as Special Advisor to the CEO on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Engagement at Central Arkansas Water. Previously the Executive Director of the Social Justice Institute at Philander Smith College and Director of Governmental Affairs at Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families, Edwards is widely known in the community as a leader in women empowerment. 

In episode four of our Empowering Women Spotlight, Edwards provides clarity on what it means to promote diversity, equity, inclusion and engagement with action and why it’s an important practice for all businesses and organizations.

Episode 5 of 6: Barbara Sugg

Southwest Power Pool President and CEO Barbara Sugg has always strived to equip women to succeed. As a founding member of Arkansas Women in Power and the Leadership Foundation for Women, she helps educate women about leadership and opportunities for personal growth while encouraging networking and professional relationship building among women. With more than 30 years of experience in the male-dominated electric utility industry, Sugg has also been a longtime advocate for recruiting, maintaining and promoting women in the energy industry. 

After a unique journey from an IT background to her current role, Sugg joins us on episode five of our Empowering Women Spotlight to share more about the opportunities and challenges she’s faced and how she’s championing women’s empowerment across our state.

Episode 6 of 6: Justice Rhonda Wood

Associate Justice Rhonda Wood has served the Arkansas Supreme Court since her appointment to Position 7 in 2014. A former Circuit Judge for the 20th Judicial District and judge for the Arkansas Court of Appeals, Wood is also a five-time recipient of the Arkansas Bar Association’s Outstanding Service Award and was previously named Arkansas Elected Official of the Year by the Arkansas Federation of Business. Along with fellow State Supreme Court Justices Bridget McCormack of Michigan, Eva Guzman of Texas and Beth Walker of West Virginia, she serves as co-host of the Lady Justice: Women of the Court podcast. 

In the last episode of our Empowering Women Spotlight, Wood shares more about how Lady Justice came to be, what she and her co-hosts are hoping listeners gain from their discussions and future plans for the podcast after a successful first season. 

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Are You the Next Rock Star on the Ghidotti Team?

The Ghidotti Team is overflowing with full-fledged rock stars. Sure – we’re looking for the best, brightest, most creative, most organized. You get the picture. But what we REALLY want is someone who we can laugh with, depend on, learn from and do great work together. Learn more about who we’re looking for and what you can expect.

Ghidotti is currently hiring an Assistant Account Executive! 

Assistant Account Executive Job Description: 

As an Assistant Account Executive, the staff member will assist the team in the execution of client activities and be exposed to all aspects of the basic services offered at the agency.

Main Responsibilities

  • Develop complete, accurate and effective lists using multiple information sources based on the agency’s resources. (Cision, online resources, etc.).
  • Write/prepare pitches, backgrounders, executive communications and various reports (as appropriate by service function) with supervision from the manager.
  • Effectively pitch and place stories for clients, with an emphasis on placement results (particularly local and regional media). (Digital-specific team members excluded).
  • Be adept at engaging in and creating content for digital media campaigns, including social media, paid campaigns (including early stages of copywriting), e-newsletters, etc.
  • Monitor for trends/marketing/story/lead opportunities that are client- or service-related. Keeping a consistent pulse on the industry trends within your client’s base.
  • Support special events such as media tours, receptions, luncheons, trade shows, grand openings, etc. 
  • Participate in group brainstorming sessions.
  • Continue advancing skills for InDesign, Photoshop and/or WordPress, as well as grasping overall design best practices (depending on position/department).
  • Continue advancing skills in agency platforms such as Cision, TVEyes, Sprout Social, Sprinklr.
  • Maintain relevant Google certifications for AdWords, GDN, Analytics or otherwise, adding at least one additional certification. (Digital team only)
  • Depending on the needs of the service area, responsibilities may extend beyond the items above as skill sets, client contracts and other extenuating circumstances dictate.


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We strive to create a fun, engaging atmosphere where high fives, chicken minis, and celebrations are commonplace. We lift one another up, honor achievements and reward hard work.

  1. Professional Enrichment

    Whether instructor-led, web-based or sharing during Fireside Friday, we are always learning more!

  2. Community Engagement

    We love the state of Arkansas. Our team enjoys outings to locally-owned businesses and pride ourselves on community involvement. In addition, employees are often offered free tickets to community events to get out and enjoy life with friends and family.

  3. Team Building

    Quarterly adventures for the team!

  4. Winter Recess

    We shut this place down at the holidays so we can all rest, relax and reinvigorate for the new year.

  5. Summer Fridays

    We get an early jump on the weekend every Friday during the summer.

  6. Volunteer Time Off (VTO)

    Along with your PTO, you also get VTO to use to support your favorite charity or organization.

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