Hosted by Liz Plank and Hitha Herzog, this podcast uncovers the complicated, multifaceted, intersectional debates that make up the life of the modern American woman. Liz (a progressive) and Hitha (a conservative) may be friends who get along, but they certainly don’t always agree. They’ll bring prominent feminist thinkers, politicians, and celebrities onto the show as guests, and they’ll report from the field to hear from women around the country.
About our co-hosts
Hitha is the Chief Research Officer of H Squared Research LLC a data driven, research firm for registered investment advisors. She is also consumer spending columnist at US News and World Report and author of the book "Black Market Billions: How Organized Retail Crime Funds Terrorists" published by FT Press. Forbes magazine recently named her as “one of the most influential South Asian women in the United States.”
Liz is an award-winning reporter and executive producer, and a leading voice for insightful, humorous, feminist takes on politics and pop culture. Most recently, she created, produced and hosted Vox’s 2016ish, an award-winning weekly video series about the unprecedented 2016 presidential election that was watched by millions of people on Facebook and YouTube, and featured interviews with important political and cultural figures including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Prior to Vox, she was a senior correspondent at Mic and co-creator of Flip The Script, an award-winning weekly video series confronting social issues. Plank regularly appears on national and international television programs to provide a perspective on politics and gender issues including The Today Show, The Daily Show, MSNBC, Fox News, ABC News, and BBC World.