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Category: Our Voices

Category: Our Voices

A woman, Cass Rudolph, with long brown hair wearing a blue stripped dress, standing in an indoor garden. White brick walls behind her.

Leading with Care and Transparency

A people-first and feminist-led business, Lucky Ones – a media production company – strives to move away from traditional patriarchal and hyper-capitalist structures and instead lead with care and transparency.

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How to End Clinician Burnout

“I was looking to create a space where we could feel safe to be authentic – feel safe to be supported, feel safe to, you know, focus on work-life balance, with the goal of protecting against clinician burnout. That was the big picture for us.”-Jillian Walsh

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A woman, Cass Rudolph, with long brown hair wearing a blue stripped dress, standing in an indoor garden. White brick walls behind her.

Leading with Care and Transparency

A people-first and feminist-led business, Lucky Ones – a media production company – strives to move away from traditional patriarchal and hyper-capitalist structures and instead lead with care and transparency.

Read More »
An photo of the change creates change team (four white women) standing in front of a store front.

How to End Clinician Burnout

“I was looking to create a space where we could feel safe to be authentic – feel safe to be supported, feel safe to, you know, focus on work-life balance, with the goal of protecting against clinician burnout. That was the big picture for us.”-Jillian Walsh

Read More »