The Broad Experience Ashley Milne

It's a 20-minute show hosted by Ashley Milne-Tyte that tackles some of the big issues facing women in the workplace today - things we think about, but don't always talk about. We explore everything from race to communication styles, being a professional woman without kids to sexual harassment. That's just a sampling of the topics we've covered through storytelling and intelligent discussions with smart, influential guests.

About Ashley Milner-Tyte: I'm a journalist, teacher, and podcast host. On this site you'll find links to recent work in radio and print/online as well as the occasional blog post about whatever I'm thinking about or working on.

These days I'm devoting much of my time to The Broad Experience, my podcast on women in the workplace. You can listen at, on SoundCloud, or download the show from iTunes or Stitcher.

I produce The Broad Experience, a bi-monthly podcast and online audio show all about women and the workplace. I incubated and launched the show in 2012 while I was a Tow-Knight fellow on CUNY’s entrepreneurial journalism program. I cast a journalistic eye on a vast, rich topic. There’s a lot of nuance missing from most coverage of women and work. That’s what I deliver every two weeks with each new show. Most episodes tackle a particular theme, such as women in tech, why women tend to stay in jobs longer than men, or what men have to say about women and workplace equality. You can check out a few testimonials here.
In 2014 I wrote a guest post on women and job tenure for I’ve been interviewed on women’s engagement at work by Business News Daily. I’ve also been interviewed on WNYC’s popular news and talk program The Brian Lehrer Show and on Kansas City Public Radio’s daily news show Up to Date. The Broad Experience has been featured on many best podcast lists over the years, from the Guardian to Fortune.

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