The Jewish Women Entrepreneur Podcast
The Jewish Women Entrepreneur


Where we speak about Women, Jewish Identity & Leadership in Business
Episode #21 Special International Women's Day Episode - What type of leadership would you choose as a woman? 
Sophie Bigot-Goldblum, Jewish Educator 
In this episode, Sophie Bigot-Goldblum, a Jewish Educator, talks about the transformation of Queen Esther in the Book of Esther in the Jewish Tradition. In the Book of Esther, Esther starts from being a passive character who does what she is told, and progressively she becomes this strong Leader, facing her fears and taking on the responsibility of saving the Jewish People. Esther uses her vulnerability as a strategy to help her save the Jewish people.  Sophie sheds new light on Women's Leadership when she compared the approaches of Esther and Vashti dealing with the King in the Book of Esther. Listen to the full episode to see how Sophie connects the teaching of the Book of Esther with Women's Day and the world of entrepreneurship. 
Who is Sophie Bigot-Goldblum ?
Jewish Educator

Sophie is a graduate of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She has studied at various progressive Yeshiva in Israel and the US.
She is part of the Talmud faculty at Hillel Deutschland and works as a Jewish educator for JEM, an umbrella organisation of progressive Synagogues in Paris.

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