A Podcast for
Human Venn Diagrams.
Why limit yourself to one side of your brain, or one career path? Here's the thing: the limit does not exist.
Multi-hyphenates Christina Wallace and Cate Scott Campbell believe that creativity and STEM are better together, and they've got a bunch of great guests who are proving that's true in groundbreaking ways.
If you feel that one path may not be your only path, and you'd rather build your own custom Venn diagram, this show is for you.
Christina is a serial entrepreneur, writer, and classical musician. Most recently she founded BridgeUp: STEM at the American Museum of Natural History, an educational program designed to captivate, inspire, and propel girls into computer science, funded by a $7.5M grant from the Helen Gurley Brown Trust. She's currently a Vice President at Bionic, which helps enterprises grow like startups by installing entrepreneurship and venture capital as a form of management. Her writing has been published in ELLE, Quartz, Time, the Detroit Free Press, and Forbes, and she is a regular contributor to Forbes.com. Christina sings with chamber choir Ensemble Companio and occasionally finds herself on the producing end of a good play.
Cate Scott Campbell
Cate is an actress, writer, and creator who makes smart, story-driven content with comedy and style for millennials and Generation Z—and for clients like Tumblr and Disney. She produced and directed the critically acclaimed short film How I Do Math, and wrote, produced, directed, and starred in the digital series Tutored. Cate currently appears in a national commercial campaign for RE/MAX and is a correspondent for Disney Interactive, as well as a Forbes contributor. Cate also founded 11 Betties, a nonprofit turned media company with the mission of making STEM creative, thrilling, and relatable to young women. Cate lives in Los Angeles by way of San Francisco and New York. In short, she's a can-do gal.