Drinks with Her

Host Kate Agnew celebrates amazing women by getting to know them more deeply over a drink (or two) in this Podcast.

Jessica Meyer

Jessica Meyer is a data scientist working at Optum, is the host of Women in Tech Twin Cities Podcast, and works as an adjunct professor at Columbia University. Listen in as we discuss her experience being a young parent and still driving an ambitious career, ultimately discussing women in technology. Listen to her podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wit-twin-citiess-podcast/id1455934495?mt=2

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Roxanne Anderson

Roxanne Anderson, a Bush Foundation Fellow, believes vital, visible transgender leaders of color can make our communities stronger. Rox intends to be that kind of leader in Minnesota by helping shape and create places where LGBTQ people thrive.

Listen as we discuss connecting people and the impact it has on our community, over Buffalo Trace and Heineken.

Episode 7 Sanni Brown

At Memory Lanes Bowling Alley, join us over drinks for a complex conversation with talented entertainer and performing artist Sanni Brown-Adefope. She discusses her childhood in foster care and her drive to entertain, enlighten, and explore. Guess that background sound!

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Episode 5 Anna Min

Anna and Kate met during undergrad at Macalester and continue to share their truths with one another. Join us over red wine with the potentially Honorable Anna Min, photographer, entrepreneur, and community leader, as we discuss our childhoods, health, and unrequited love.



Episode 4 Molly Cross

Host, Kate Agnew, initiated Drinks With Her two years ago at MIT Business School, one of those tapings were with the fabulous Molly Cross a Harvard and MIT alum. It helped shape the podcast into what it is today. Originally video recorded and now remastered for podcasting this interview introduces; Molly a consultant and strategist currently Head of Consumer Solutions at Docent Health in Boston, MS. We discuss Molly’s sexuality, coming out to her family, marriage decisions, and our childhoods.

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