Cara is a frequent podcast guest and invited speaker. She regularly presents live and in-person and online. Selected appearances are featured below.
Reaching over 20,000 subscribers, Cara joins senior journalist Khudania Ajay to discuss how assertiveness differs from aggression, the importance of ongoing efforts to advance women's equity, and cultural considerations for adapting assertiveness training for diverse audiences.
Cara joins Vickie Helm on The Coffee Break Show -- transformational conversations over coffee. Cara and Vickie discuss family violence and sexual harassment and the potential and limits of assertiveness training, boundary setting, and empowerment self-defense.
We’ve come a long way, baby!
Or have we? Even today, gender bias plays a significant role in corporate and educational environments. Cara joins Anjel B. Hartwell's award-winning Wickedly Smart Women podcast to discuss how assertiveness and institutional advocacy can address gender equity.
Cara visits the W3 Award-winning Perpetual mOetion Podcast hosted by motivational speaker, bestselling author, survivor, dentist, and speaker coach, Monica F. Anderson (aka Dr. mOe) in her ongoing conversation about lifestyle, personal empowerment, on-trend topics, and health.
Cara joined Diana Nguyen of Madison/Saville Inspired podcast to discuss why and how assertiveness is crucial to communication, empowerment, personal safety, and wellbeing. And it's not just about negotiating when we talk being assertive. How does being assertive serve us, better improve us as a collective, especially for women? What does it mean to be assertive vs being aggressive?
Soraya -- Be Convinced! shares life-changing stories of hope. Soraya possesses a heart to convince you to wake up each morning with a sense of hope and awe for the new day. You will be convinced that you can indeed improve your life and contribute to making the world a better place. Cara joined Soraya to discuss how women can learn assertiveness to become better advocates for themselves and for others.
Touchy Subjects explores topics that affect violence, gender roles, and social norms in America. Touchy Subjects is hosted by Shawn Schutt, Ally Beattie, and Amanda Courier. Cara joined them to discuss assertiveness, boundary-setting, risk reduction, and prevention.
Inclusive History investigates the historical contributions of women, Native Americans, African Americans, immigrants and members of the LGBTQ community, hosted by Erica Kennedy. Cara joined Erica to discuss the history of sexual harassment prevention in higher education.
Are you striving to live assertively and work to avoid falling into either aggressiveness or passive-aggressiveness? Are you looking for peace, stability, and joy, while also avoiding burnout and frustration? Erica Gifford Mills speaks with Cara to discuss how to embrace justifiable anger in our lives productively, constructively, and strategically to empower women and create change.
Cara joins Jenn Root Martell, cidermaker and entrepreneur, as she shares lessons learned while building a hard cider company in the Bay area. Courage and Other C Words features women sharing their experience fighting for space in a male-dominated industry and women offering guidance for navigating gender inequity.
On It's Time to Be You, Cara joins podcaster Ariel Bredder to offer tips on how to speak up for yourself and use assertiveness strategically. They discuss how to be assertive but not aggressive, how to show up for yourself and communicate your needs and how being assertive helps you be authentic.
Cara joins the hosts co-hosts Susan Andrien & Dr. Megan Sweet, two lifelong educators who bring their skills, curiosity and unique perspectives to the topics most relevant to educating our youth in today’s complex world on The Awakened Educator to discuss the importance of consent and boundary-setting educatoin.
In this Perpetual Moetion podcast episode Dr. mOe and Cara discuss these topics: how to be direct without being aggressive; practicing salary negotiation; sexual Harassment in corporate America; why children must be taught assertiveness; bystander intervention in assault prevention handling sexual misconduct in schools; teaching moral courage; trauma-informed training and more...
Women's History Month 2021 University of Kentucky Honors College
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On behalf of Stop Sexual Assault In Schools (SSAIS), Cara offered this webinar sponsored by Girls Learn International and the Feminist Majority Foundation. Visit SSAIS.org to learn more.
Offered in 2020 for the Memphis Area Prevention Coalition, Cara discussed the characteristics of Gen Z and compared them to younger and older Millenials, Gen X, and Boomers, with considerations for sexual harassment and assault prevention and response efforts.