Fireside Chat with Randi Braun


Join us as we celebrate Women’s History Month with author and women’s leadership expert, Randi Braun. She’s changing women’s lives, one play at a time. Women are natural leaders but they’ve been taught to play the game by an outdated set of rules. So certified executive coach, Randi Braun, wrote them a new playbook.

Braun will sit down with MSJDN for a fireside chat about her new book and how women leaders can thrive in the future of work.


  • Insights into the New Playbook for women’s leadership
  • Tactical strategies to help you succeed in building an authentic work-life that you love
  • Fireside chat with the author of the book
  • Q&A session with the author

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About Randi Braun & Something Major:
A member of the Forbes Coaches Council, Randi Braun is a highly-regarded speaker and ICF-certified executive coach, who has worked with 50+ organizations including Microsoft, Uber, Accor Hotels,Cox Communications, Women in Government Relations, and Anthem Insurance, among others. Her insights have been featured in The Washington Post, Forbes, Thrive Global, Parents Magazine, and The Chicago Tribune, among others. She is the author of the forthcoming book, Something Major: The New Playbook for Women at Work (New Degree Press, 2023).

About Michelle Richart:
Michelle Richart has been an Air Force spouse for seventeen years. From 2019-2021, Michelle served on the MSJDN Board of Directors as the Community and Events Director. She has also served on several MSJDN committees and as the Nevada State Licensing Director. While Michelle has worked in the non-profit, government, and private sectors she likes to joke that her favorite job as a military spouse attorney was working as a yoga instructor while based in Germany. She currently works at the Department of Defense-State Liaison Office as the Midwest Regional Liaison educating state policymakers on legislation that affects the lifestyle of military families. Michelle currently lives in Colorado Springs with her husband, Jamison, and children, Piper and Pierce.

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