Today on Art of the Cut, Steven Spielberg's long-time collaborators - Oscar-winner, Michael Kahn, ACE, and Sarah Broshar, discuss editing “The Fablemans.” Sarah Broshar was nominated for an ACE Eddie for Spielberg's “The Post.” Her credits also include “Ready Player One,” Pet Sematary,” and “West Side Story.” One of Michael Kahn's early jobs as an editor was cutting “Hogan's Heroes.” Then he went on to cut at least 70 feature films. Some highlights: Close Encounters of the Third Kind for which he was nominated for an Oscar, ALL of the Indiana Jones movies for which he won an Oscar for Raiders, Poltergeist, The Goonies, The Color Purple, Fatal Attraction for which he was nominated for another Oscar, Jurassic Park, Schindler's List for which he won another Oscar, Saving Private Ryan - another Oscar win, Lincoln - another Oscar nomination, Ready Player One and West Side Story. And he was honored with the career Achievement Award by American Cinema Editors and probably has enough films since then to get the award again.
This special episode was recorded in-person at The Almond Conference in early December 2022. Almond Achievement Award winner Brian Ezell shares his almond journey, the importance of volunteerism, and what he's given and gained by serving the industry over the years. Ezell is the vice president of the almond division for Wonderful Almonds and Pistachios. His primary role is to make sure that the company markets and sells their almonds every year to customers around the world. Ezell has served on numerous Almond Board committees over the past 20 years, including serving as chairman of the Global Market Development Committee (GMDC) for the past six years. “I've gotten way more out of volunteering than I know I contributed, so when you get an award like this you feel very humbled because you feel like you're the one that got all of the benefit.” - Brian Ezell In Today's episode:Meet Almond Achievement Award winner Brian Ezell, and discover his almond journeyHear why Ezell was surprised to be the recipient of the awardUnderstand why Ezell is so committed to volunteerism in the almond industryExplore why Ezell is hopeful for the next generation of volunteers The Almond Journey Podcast is brought to you by the Almond Board of California. This show explores how growers, handlers, and other stakeholders are making things work in their operations to drive the almond industry forward. Host Tim Hammerich visits with leaders throughout the Central Valley of California and beyond who are finding innovative ways to improve their operations, connect with their communities, and advance the almond industry. ABC recognizes the diverse makeup of the California almond industry and values contributions offered by its growers, handlers, and allied industry members. However, the opinions, services and products discussed in existing and future podcast episodes are by no means an endorsement or recommendation from ABC. The Almond Journey podcast is not an appropriate venue to express opinions on national, state, local or industry politics. As a Federal Marketing Order, the Almond Board of California is prohibited from lobbying or advocating on legislative issues, as well as setting field and market prices.
Jennifer and Lydia chat with Dean Henry, owner of Berry Patch Farm in Nevada, IA, about his operation and winning the Practical Farmers of Iowa's 2023 Sustainable Agriculture Achievement Award. Next, Adair County 4-H student Madie Carstens tell us about todays beef weigh-ins and the programs available with Adair County 4-H.
Leafly released their 2022 "Doobieous" Achievement Awards list... and we're taking a look at their awards, plus embelishing them with a few updates of our own! These represent some of the wierdest, wildest, craziest, and coolest cannabis stories of the year!
The Clark County Youth Commission is seeking nominations to recognize 300 local youth that demonstrate personal growth and community contribution in one of thirteen categories of achievement. https://bit.ly/3VTmzXM #YouthAchievementAwards #Arts #CareerDevelopment #Citizenship #Courage #Diversifier #Education #Empathy #EnvironmentalStewardship #FamilyLife #Inspiration #Leadership #PersonalAchievement #Sportsmanship #VancouverWa #ClarkCountyWa #ClarkCountyNews #ClarkCountyToday
"MARCI HOPKINS is an award-winning TV Personality, host and creator of the Telly Award Winning Television Talk Show, Wake Up with Marci, a Recovery Expert on Fox, CBS, NBC and ABC and the author of ‘Chaos to Clarity: Seeing The Signs and Breaking The Cycles'. Wake Up with Marci is a motivational talk show which airs on CBS-owned WLNY-TV 10/55 in the Tri-State area, streams on Fubio and Hulu Live at 10 am on Saturdays, Sundays on ABC Palm Springs, CBS Idaho Falls and Fridays on CBS Los Angeles, along with all podcast platforms. Wake Up is a talk show filled with inspiration and empowerment. Marci shares stories of triumph and transformation to spread hope and encouragement for her viewers. The show often features celebrity inspiration and industry leaders that are set to help educate the audience and provide resources that's meant to motivate viewers to put their lives into action. Wake Up is all about figuring out how to grow and live our happiest lives! Marci has candid conversations with her guests and her mission is simple: She's committed to changing lives as an authority on recovery, as well as spreading hope and happiness. She amplifies the stories and voices of others. “My guests are living proof that it is possible to heal and that difficult situations do not have to define us...I hope viewers find strength and purpose through these stories". Marci herself has a testimony which is why this show is such a passion project for her... She is a survivor of sexual abuse and just recently celebrated seven years of sobriety. As a native of Texas, Marci started her career at Fox Cable Group, where she served in multiple roles and quickly climbed the corporate ladder which led to her ultimately becoming the Director of On-Air Promotions for the FX Network in Los Angeles. When Marci's not hosting her show, the mother-of-two devotes much of her time to giving back to her community. Marci supports the Kumali Organization and other orphanages in Uganda, Africa. Since she began her fundraising efforts, one of the ministries she's worked with has been able to buy land and build a home for the native children. Marci is also on the board of the YWCA, which is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. The YWCA helps women and children through Healing Space with an emphasis on helping those that were sexually assaulted. Marci has also helped to open a safe haven for women and children in New Jersey through her interview and support of Access Family Services where she was awarded for her support. She has also been honoured as 2021 TOP 25 LEADING WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS by Leading Women Entrepreneurs, and has received the Women's Achievement Award from The New Jersey State Federation Women's Club, as well as being honoured by the Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge at their Whiskers and Tails Dinner and Casino Night. Marci has been named a top influencer in New Jersey by 201 Magazine, featured on; ABC, NBC, Fox, CBS, Yahoo, CBS New York; Parade, Celebrity Parents, Medium Magazine, PEOPLE en Espanol; Latina Magazine; News 12 NJ; 201 Magazine, New Jersey Family Magazine, Hollywood Times, The Bergen Record, BOLD Global and other leading outlets."✅ @officialwakeupwithmarci_✅ www.wakeupwithmarci.com✅ https://a.co/d/fVb9pZu Chaos to Clarity on Amazon
Guests: Former Blue Jay and current MLB Network Host Mark DeRosa, Jays' Mental Skills Coach Jimmy Van Ostrand, Toronto Star columnist Gregor Chisholm. This week in Deep Left Field - from the Winter Meetings in San Diego - host Mike Wilner talks to former Baseball Canada star Jimmy Van Ostrand about Greg Hamilton winning Baseball America's Lifetime Achievement Award, assesses the Jays' San Diego inaction with Gregor Chisholm and has a great chat with Mark DeRosa, whose final big-league season was with the 2013 Blue Jays.
In this episode of Better Thinking, Nesh Nikolic speaks with Jolanda Jetten about the consequences of economic inequality for the social and political vitality of society. Jolanda Jetten (PhD, University of Amsterdam, 1997) is Professor of Social Psychology at the University of Queensland. She has been employed as an ARC Future Fellowship, UQ Development Fellowship and was recently awarded the 2018 Belgian Francqui fellowship and an ARC Laureate Fellowship (2019-2013). Her research is concerned with group processes, social identity and intergroup relations, as represented by her most recent books: Together apart: The psychology of COVID-19 (with S. Reicher, S.A. Haslam, and T. Cruwys; Sage, 2020), The wealth Paradox: Economic prosperity and the hardening of attitudes towards minorities (with Frank Mols; Cambridge University Press, 2017) and The New Psychology of Health: Unlocking the Social Cure (with Catherine Haslam, Tegan Cruwys, Genevieve Dingle and Alex Haslam; Psychology Press, 2018). She has published over 250 peer-reviewed articles, over 40 chapters and 10 books. Jolanda is the former co-Chief Editor of the British Journal of Social Psychology and former co-Chief Editor of Social Issues and Policy Review. She was awarded the British Psychological Society Spearman Medal in 2004, the Kurt Lewin Medal from the European Association of Social Psychology in 2014, and the Life-time Achievement Award from the European Association of Social Psychology in 2020. Jolanda is the former President of the Society of Australasian Social Psychology (SASP), and the Australasian Society for Philosophy and Psychology (ASPP) and serves on the ARC College of Experts. She was elected as fellow of the Association of Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA) in 2015. She also serves as an expert on the BETA academic panel (Behavioural Economics Team of the Australian Government in Prime Minister & Cabinet). Episode link at https://neshnikolic.com/podcast/jolanda-jettenSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Joel Berger is the Barbara Cox Anthony University Chair of Wildlife Conservation at Colorado State University. He is also a longtime Senior Scientist with the Wildlife Conservation Society, and the author of multiple books, including most recently Extreme Conservation: Life at the Edges of the World. Joel is dedicated to saving animals that are off the radar of most people such as the Takin in Bhutan or the Huemul in Patagonia. These animals live in faraway places, and there are relatively few people advocating for their preservation. When he's not working, Joel enjoys hiking, watching animals, traveling to remote places, and drinking good coffee. He is also a fan of bodysurfing, but he doesn't get to do this often living in Colorado. Joel earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in biology from California State University, Northridge, and his Ph.D. in biology from the University of Colorado Boulder. He was awarded a Smithsonian Postdoctoral Fellowship to conduct research at the National Zoo's Conservation & Research Center, and he was subsequently awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship which supported his research for four years. Before joining CSU, he held the position of John J. Craighead Chair of Wildlife Conservation at the University of Montana. Joel has received numerous awards and honors over the course of his career, including the Aldo Leopold Conservation Award for Lifetime Achievement from the American Society of Mammalogists, the Life-time Achievement Award from the Institute for Parks at Clemson University, the Society of Conservation Biology's LaRue III Life-time Achievement Award, and the Conservation Biology Award from the Denver Zoological Society. He is also an elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences, and he is a three-time finalist for the prestigious Indianapolis Prize in Conservation, one of the field's greatest honors. In this Interview, Joel shares more about his life and science.
About Aaron: Recognized as a trailblazer and thought leader, Aaron Walton's focus on innovation and cultural engagement has transformed traditional marketing and advertising strategies. As the CEO / co-founder of Walton Isaacson (WI), a full-service advertising agency, with offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas and New York, Aaron's focus is squarely on identifying unseen opportunities rooted in cultural insights and connections, transforming the definition of the agency model by prioritizing diversity of thinking and encouraging strategic solutions that defy tradition. Founded in partnership with famed NBA superstar and entrepreneurial legend, Earvin “Magic” Johnson, WI has built inventive and dynamic business relationships with brands and organizations such as Lexus, McDonald's, Bristol Myers Squibb, JP Morgan Chase, and Spalding. His leadership in the advertising community has led to several industry Board positions including a 2022 appointment to the National Board of the American Association of Advertising Agencies (4A's). During 2020, Walton was elected to Co-President of ThinkLA after serving on the Board of Directors of this prestigious nonprofit advertising trade association for three years. He is also a member of the Ad Age Diversity Council and the AIMM/ANA Catalyst Committee. A recipient of Babson College's Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Award, Aaron also was recognized by the American Association of Advertising Agencies (4A's) as one of the 100 People Who Make Advertising Great and is member of the Ebony Magazine Power 100 list. About Renetta: Renetta McCann has been recognized as one of the leading innovators and most influential executives in the advertising, marketing and media industries, with a global reputation for not only building brands, but also the organizations and leadership to sustain them. As Chief Inclusion Experience Officer for Publicis Groupe, she works to drive inclusion at all levels of the organization, with an emphasis on ensuring that the company's clients are benefiting from the many strategic advantages that diverse teams deliver. Renetta is no stranger to the Publicis family. She began her career at Leo Burnett, and, after a long tenure, she became the CEO of Starcom MediaVest Group Worldwide. Under her leadership, client billings exceeded $26 billion and the global workforce rose to over 6,000 people. Most recently, she served as the Chief Talent Officer for Leo Burnett USA as well as Publicis Communications North America. She is a frequent name in the press. In 2002, she was named "Corporate Executive of the Year" by Black Enterprise magazine and was selected Ad Woman of the Year by the Chicago Advertising Federation. Essence named her one of "50 Women Who are Changing the World” and she received a Matrix Award in 2006 from New York Women in Communications. She has appeared on the pages of Advertising Age, Business Week and Chicago magazine. In 2014 the American Advertising Federation honored her with a Diversity Achievement Award for her contributions as an Industry Influential and she received The Pantheon Award from the 4A's MAIP program. Recently, she was featured on Adweek's list of “11 Inspiring Women Who Have Broken Down Advertising's Most Persistent Barriers.” On September 10, 2020, Renetta was honored with an ADCOLOR lifetime Achievement Award and the Sheldon J. Levy Leadership Award. In October 2020, Renetta will receive the Chicago Advertising Federation's Silver Medal Award.
Sara Holtz, a former Fortune 500 vice president, is the author of Advice to My Younger Me: Career Lessons from 100 Successful Women and the host of the highly rated podcast "Advice to My Younger Me." She has interviewed hundreds of successful women about what they wish they had known earlier in their careers, has coached thousands, and has received the American Bar Association's prestigious Margaret Brent Women Lawyers of Achievement Award in recognition of the impact that her work has had on helping women succeed. We'll start the program with an overview of the main lessons Holtz has learned from her interviews about the critical steps to career success. Too many women (and men) expect that all they need to do is work hard on assigned tasks and they will be rewarded for their good work with raises and promotions. But that's a bit unrealistic; Holtz says that succeeding at your career requires taking responsibility for how it unfolds, understanding the unwritten rules in your workplace, nurturing and leveraging your career relationships, and taking smart risks. After a brief presentation by Holtz, the in-person participants will break into small groups to discuss some common career challenges before regrouping for further discussion. There will also be a post-event reception with wine and cheese for more discussion and networking, along with a book signing. Although this program will be available on live stream, come to the Club for the full experience that includes small groups, meet Sara and your peers, and maybe even have dinner afterward at a nearby restaurant! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
WTOP Entertainment Reporter Jason Fraley chats with director Steven Spielberg as "The Fabelmans" opens today in movie theaters nationwide. They spoke in 2013 at the National Archives' Records of Achievement Awards presented by Ken Burns. You'll also hear an in-depth breakdown of Spielberg's entire filmography in chronological order by legendary D.C. movie critic Arch Campbell and the hilariously eloquent Oliver Jones, son of the late D.C. critic Davey Marlin-Jones. (Theme Music: Scott Buckley's "Clarion")
Live from the Financial Modelling Summit, Danielle Stein Fairhurst chats to the Financial Modelling Podcast. Danielle is an accomplished author, trainer, consultant, and the 2022 Financial Modelling Lifetime Achievement Award winner. This award recognises somebody who has consistently served to move the profession forward whilst raising the profile of financial modelling. In this podcast, we discuss lessons for entrepreneurs and how to succeed in the creator economy.
The Town of Bluffton won a 2022 Achievement Award from the Municipal Association for its multifaceted program promoting officer wellness and normalizing mental health assistance. Mayor Lisa Sulka and Councilmember Bridgette Frazier discuss everything from the community-focused parts, including the creation of a mental health advocacy position, to the promotion of good mental health among officers, including a sabbatical benefit. See the award video at vimeo.com/732155399.
In this episode of On Record PR, Gina Rubel goes on record with Roberta “Bobbi” Liebenberg, senior partner at Fine, Kapan and Black, to discuss steps law firms can take to achieve better diversity within their organizations. Learn More Bobbi is a senior partner at Fine, Kapan and Black, a law firm in Philadelphia. She is also a principal in The Red Bee Group, a women-owned consulting group devoted to helping clients attain DE&I objectives. In her law practice, Bobbi focuses her practice on antitrust, class actions, and complex commercial litigation, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. She has devoted considerable time and effort throughout her career to the advancement of women in the profession. She has researched and co-authored groundbreaking, widely cited empirical studies on the underrepresentation of women litigators as lead counsel, the disproportionately high rate of attrition of senior women lawyers, and the effect of the pandemic on women lawyers. Bobbi has served as chair of numerous organizations devoted to gender equality in the profession, including the ABA Commission on Women in the Profession, the ABA Gender Equity Task Force, the ABA Presidential Initiative on Achieving Long Term Careers for Women in Law, DirectWomen (the only organization devoted to increasing the number of women attorneys on corporate boards), the Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Bar Associations' respective committees on women in the profession, and the Pennsylvania Interbranch Commission for Gender, Racial and Ethnic Fairness. In recognition of her professional accomplishments and contributions to gender equality for women lawyers, Bobbi has received numerous prestigious awards and honors, including the Margaret Brent Women Lawyers of Achievement Award from the ABA Commission on Women in the Profession; the Sandra Day O'Connor Award and Sonia Sotomayor Diversity Award from the Philadelphia Bar Association; the Lynette Norton Award from the Pennsylvania Bar Association; the Florence K. Murray Award from the National Association of Women Judges; the Hortense Ward Courageous Leader Award from the Center for Women in Law at the University of Texas School of Law; the Martha Fay Africa Golden Hammer Award from the ABA's Law Practice Division; and Lifetime Achievement Awards from Corporate Counsel and Inside Counsel, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and The Legal Intelligencer. She was named by Pennsylvania's Governor as a "Distinguished Daughter of Pennsylvania,” and The National Law Journal named her as one of the “50 Most Influential Women Lawyers in America” and one of the “Elite Women of the Plaintiffs' Bar.”
We have a very special #WorldKindnessDay collaboration for you for this weeks' Women of the Future podcast. We've joined up with the wonderful people @teamkind2 (Twitter) and @teamkinduk (Instagram) for KindFest 2022 - the global virtual kindness festival featuring politicians, performers, broadcasters, authors, entrepreneurs and policy makers, now in its third year and advocating for radical #kindness. Joining Kim Rowell on this podcast episode, is the remarkable Waad Al-Kateab, a Syrian journalist, filmmaker and activist. Her documentary, For Sama (2019), was nominated for 4 BAFTAs at the 73rd British Academy Awards, winning Best Documentary; it was also nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the 92nd Academy Awards, with Waad going on to receive the 2021 Academy Gold Fellowship for Women. Waad's coverage of the Battle for Aleppo won an International Emmy Award for Current Affairs & News for Channel 4 News, and amongst numerous other accolades, including the Chairman's Award at the Asian Women of Achievement Awards (part of the Women of the Future Programme) this year, Waad has also been included as one of Time's 100 Most Influential People. For more information about the Women of the Future Programme and initiatives, click here. For more information on the Action For Sama campaign click here. For more information on KindFest 2022 click here.
On today's episode… Italy is honoring Kevin Spacey with their most prestigious film award amid constant sexual misconduct allegations (00:48:05), an update on Racism in America (00:12:55), Meth addicted fish (00:36:20), and Much more… Watch Full Podcasts on Spotify and YouTube + Get Bonus Podcasts via Anchor and Patreon NEW “CREAM OF THE CROP” & “CUP OF COFFEE IN THE BIG TIME” MERCH IS OUT AT STORE.HARDFACTOR.COM (00:02:00) - GET READY FOR THE BEAVER BLOOD MOON MIDTERM LIVESTREAM STARTING AT 8:30 PM EASTERN TONIGHT!! ☕ Cup of Coffee in the Big Time ☕ (00:04:42) - Aggressive Pick Up Lines of the Day (00:06:27) - Tyson Foods C-Suite LOVES to Party (00:12:55) - Racism in America - ABC Talks Indigenous “Creatures” (00:17:24) - Racism in America - Chicago High School Goes Full Nazi for Halloween
The City of Florence won a 2022 Achievement Award from the Municipal Association for its work to spur new development in a corridor running alongside its downtown, reducing the area's food insecurity and finding new uses for historic warehouses. Florence City Manager Randy Osterman and Assistant City Manager Clint Moore explain projects in the district, including the establishment of a grocery store and the City Center Market, a venue for a farmers market and startup food businesses. See the award video at https://vimeo.com/732157829.
Paul Pelosi's Attacker also seems to be the same guy that was walking around the capital on Jan. 6th. how many questions surrounding this is going to pile up? John Fetterman does an interview where he's hiding the lump on his neck again. we speculate on what it could actually be, why not just come out with it?.. is it a Gollum?, is it a Voldemort style mini me? Also Kevin Spacey is trending, apparently he is receiving a lifetime achievement award in Italy, after getting off of sexual abuse charges and is still facing charges in the UK. Biden's speech falls short on the ears of the people in what seems to be a last ditch effort ahead of the mid-terms. Pardon My American podcast (PMA) is an opinion-based podcast that explores politics, entertainment, paranormal, and culture all while having a good laugh. They keep things lighthearted as they dive into subjects that inspire you to think and ask questions. Support Our Sponsors ► Aura ► Ghostbed ► Fum Support Our Show ► Website ► Buy Merch ► Patreon Watch & Follow Our Show ► YouTube ► Rumble ► Rokfin ► Instagram ► Telegram
Recognizing the value of diverse perspectives and voices at the municipal table...that's the focus of The Leadership Summit for Women and Gender Diverse Individuals. It took place on Wednesday as part of this year's Municipalities NL conference. It included the unveiling of a new project and the presentation of the Inspiration and Achievement Awards. Deatra Walsh is the Director of Advocacy and Communications for MNL. Trina Appleby is the group's vice-president.
In this episode, Dan and Lauren reflect on the 2022 International Leadership Association (ILA) Global Conference with Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Dr. Susan Komives. She is one of four honorees this year as part of the ILA's Leadership Legacy Program, which honors individuals who have made a significant lifetime contribution to the field of leadership through their published works and influential support of leadership knowledge and practice. In addition, Susan shares her contributions to the ILA community, including her service on the board, past presentations, and personal and professional highlights from this year's conference.
The City of Rock Hill won a 2022 Achievement Award from the Municipal Association for its rapid deployment of a large-scale COVID-19 vaccination clinic in early 2021. Rock Hill Communications and Marketing Manager Katie Quinn explains how the city helped with logistics, volunteers, transportation and communication, and the lessons learned for ongoing city initiatives. See the award video at https://vimeo.com/732160538.
In this episode, Dan and Lauren reflect on the 2022 International Leadership Association (ILA) Global Conference with Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Dr. Barbara Crosby. She is one of four honorees this year as part of the ILA's Leadership Legacy Program which honors individuals who have made a significant lifetime contribution to the field of leadership through their published works and influential support of leadership knowledge and practice. Barbara shares her start in ILA, her work in the Public Leadership community, and the personal and professional highlights from this year's conference. Some of the resources mentioned in this episode include: ----more---- Leadership for the Common Good Teaching Leadership: An Integrative Approach "Exploring and Enhancing Leader, Educator, and Leadership Educator Professional Identities" (New Directions for Student Leadership chapter co-authored with Dr. Corey Seemiller)
Tom wants to know who's paying for a night out at Dromoland Castle organised by Age Friendly Ireland? Liz can't believe that Ukrainian refugees coming to Ireland next week may have nowhere to stay. Many hundreds of Irish people offered accommodation that wasn't followed up on.
Welcome to The Smart Human Podcast, today I have the pleasure of chatting with actor Fran Drescher! Yes, you may know her as the star of the TV show The Nanny, but she's also an author, an activist and an educator. Today we're talking about her work in health education, her history as a cancer survivor, her plans as new president of The Screen Actors Guild and much much more. Fran Drescher was elected president of SAG-AFTRA in September 2021. A 20-year cancer survivor, Drescher has a reputation for passion and commitment. She is Founder and Visionary of the Cancer Schmancer Movement; dedicated to educating, motivating, and activating patients into medical consumers by connecting lifestyle to disease with her Master Class Health Summit and teen-targeted education video, Be The Change, starring Jamie Foxx. Fran received two Emmy and two Golden Globe nominations for her portrayal as the lovable “Miss Fine'' on CBS's hit series, The Nanny, which she both created and executive produced. She also created, executive produced and starred in the groundbreaking TV Land sitcom, Happily Divorced, which was inspired by her real-life relationship with her gay ex-husband, Peter Marc Jacobson. Fran recently starred in the new NBC sitcom, Indebted, about a Baby Boomer couple who go broke and have to move in with their adult son and his young family. She has worked with many great directors in films such as Rob Reiner's This is Spinal Tap, to which Fran won Esquire Magazine's One Minute Oscar, Milos Forman's Rag Time, and Francis Ford Coppola's Jack. She also starred in Beautician and the Beast opposite Timothy Dalton. Her famous voice is currently featured in the top-grossing SONY animated feature franchise film, Hotel Transylvania: In her role as Eunice, the wife of Frank Stein. In 2019, Fran starred in two indie films, The Creatress and After Class. An accomplished author, Fran received the prestigious NCCS writer's award for Cancer Schmancer, which, along with Enter Whining, were New York Times Best Sellers. She also penned the celebrated children's book, Being Wendy. Furthermore, Fran made her Broadway debut as “Madame” in Rodgers + Hammerstein's Tony-Award winning, Cinderella. Fran has won countless awards for her leadership in the health space, including the John Wayne Institute Woman of Achievement Award, the Gilda Award, City of Hope Woman of the Year Award, The Albert Einstein Medical School Lifetime Achievement Award, Queens College Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Citizen Artist Award.
Since 1984, the faces and voices of ELI's constituents have come together in a gathering of environmental professionals at the annual ELI Environmental Achievement Award. In this episode, ELI's Georgia Ray sits down with the recipient of this year's Environmental Achievement Award: Benjamin F. Wilson, an environmental lawyer and civil rights advocate who has worked tirelessly to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion within the legal field. ★ Support this podcast ★
Dexter Catambay works at the North regional TAFE, Pundulmurra Campus in the Nursing Education unit, and he has been listed as a finalist in the Curtin University, School of Education Teaching Excellence Award for the WA Regional Community Achievement Awards....See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Beaufort won a 2022 Achievement Award from the Municipal Association for its project creating upgraded new drainage infrastructure for an area beset by heavy rains, king tides and storm surges. Director of Special Projects Neal Pugliese talks about how the effort brought together numerous entities into a multijurisdictional task force, since the water itself is heedless of what jurisdiction it's in. See the award video at https://vimeo.com/732149816
Emily has been involved with book publishing since 2007, including the international Writers & Illustrators of the Future Contests. She is the producer for the Writers of the Future annual Achievement Awards and the online writing workshop. She is involved in community activities in the greater Los Angeles area and has been Vice President of Community Outreach for the Hollywood Christmas Parade since 2014. Emily was an Honorary Commander for the US Air Force from 2018-2020 and now the US Space Force since 2020.
10-7-22 AJ DailyRandy Blach Recognized as 2022 Industry Achievement Award Winner at Feeding Quality ForumAdapted from an article by Morgan Boecker, Certified Angus Beef Beef Industry Scholarship Applications Are Now Available for Undergraduate Students Adapted from a release by the National Cattlemen's Beef Association Hurricane Ian Relief FundTo make a donation by credit card, click hereHurricane Ian resourcesApply for agricultural-related reliefAdapted from a release by the Florida Farm Bureau Compiled by Paige Nelson, field editor, Angus Journal. For more Angus news, visit angusjournal.net.
Dr. Finance Live Podcast Episode 80 - Stephen M. R. Covey IV Interview - Trust Expert – AuthorThis is Episode 80 of the Dr. Finance® Live Podcast hosted by Dr. Anthony M. Criniti IV (aka “Dr. Finance®”). Dr. Criniti interviewed Stephen M. R. Covey IV, a New York Times and #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling author, inspirational speaker, and an authority on trust. Stephen M. R. Covey is the New York Times and #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Speed of Trust, which has been translated into 22 languages and has sold over 2 million copies worldwide. He is also the author of the newly released Wall Street Journal bestseller, Trust & Inspire: How Truly Great Leaders Unleash Greatness in Others. Stephen brings to his writings the perspective of a practitioner, as he is the former President & CEO of the Covey Leadership Center, where he increased shareholder value by 67 times and grew the company to become the largest leadership development firm in the world. A Harvard MBA, Stephen co-founded and currently leads FranklinCovey's Global Speed of Trust Practice. He serves on numerous boards, including the Government Leadership Advisory Council, and he has been recognized with the lifetime Achievement Award for “Top Thought Leaders in Trust” from the advocacy group, Trust Across America/Trust Around the World. Stephen is a highly sought-after international speaker who has taught trust and leadership in 55 countries to business, government, military, education, healthcare, and NGO entities. For more information, please visit: www.trustandinspire.com Dr. Anthony M. Criniti IV (aka “Dr. Finance®”) is the world's leading financial scientist and survivalist. A fifth generation native of Philadelphia, Dr. Criniti is a former finance professor at several universities, a former financial planner, an active investor in diverse marketplaces, an explorer, an international keynote speaker, and has traveled around the world studying various aspects of finance. He is an award winning author of three #1 international best-selling finance books: The Necessity of Finance (2013), The Most Important Lessons in Economics and Finance (2014), and The Survival of the Richest (2016). As a prolific writer, he also frequently contributes articles to Entrepreneur, Medium, and Thrive Global. Dr. Criniti has started a grassroots movement that is changing the way that we think about economics and finance. For more information about Doctor Finance, please visit https://DrFinance.Info. Disclaimer: This Podcast is for informational purposes only. It is presented with the understanding that the author(s) and the publisher(s) are not engaged in providing financial, legal, or other professional services. If financial, legal, or any other form of advice is needed, please consult a financial advisor, an attorney, or another professional advice-giving entity. Also, the opinions and views expressed by any guests on this Podcast do not necessarily represent the opinions and views of Dr. Finance® or its affiliates. Copyright © 2021 to Present by Dr. Anthony M. Criniti IV - All Rights Reserved.
Aiken won a 2022 Achievement Award from the Municipal Association for its effort to create a large-scale drainage solution with an adaptive control system in Hitchcock Woods. City Manager Stuart Bedenbaugh explains how the project was developed and funded, and how it benefited from the city's partnership with the Hitchcock Woods Foundation. See the award video at www.vimeo.com/732137656.
The Lee Strand Garda Youth Achievement awards which took place on Friday night recognised the contributions of 25 young people to our community. Patrick Clifford, from Milltown, was the overall winner of the event and Garda Mary Gardiner received the inaugural Inspiring Our Youth Award.
Our own Judy Woodruff was honored with the Emmy Award for Lifetime Achievement in Television News. She shared some words of wisdom as she accepted the award at the News and Documentary Emmys ceremony in New York on Wednesday. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Our own Judy Woodruff was honored with the Emmy Award for Lifetime Achievement in Television News. She shared some words of wisdom as she accepted the award at the News and Documentary Emmys ceremony in New York on Wednesday. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Join Craig Hutchison and Damian Barrett for S7 Ep 33 - It's Going to Play Out in Real Time, In Public ViewThis podcast is proudly supported by Drinkwise. Thanks to our live audience at The George Hotel in South Melbourne. TIME CODES0.00 - Hutchy and Damo discuss the biggest story in AFL today – Russell Jackson's piece on the Hawthorn Racism Review. Can Clarko survive this? The allegations are indefensible but what happens now.12.30 - What now for North Melbourne15.00 – Hutchy's review of the AFMA pie night / Awards.19.30 - Robbo was inducted as a lifetime Achievement Awards at the AFMAs.22.00 - Bruce Guthrie showing a few Glass Jaw tendencies.25.30 - Breaking news. Clarko will delay his start at North Melbourne26.40 - Who will accompany Robbie Williams at the Grand Final – Kylie or Delta.27.30 - Function season is underway – are we fit for it?29.00 – Hutchy got papped at the races. Is Hutchy leaving Footy Classified?. Caro stepping down from Wednesday's.33.30 – The Swans / Buddy Franklin ‘One More' message.34.00 - Magic Round for the AFL?37.00 - Grand Final Week Dust Ups – there's been a few for Damo.39.00 - The optics of bad behaviour at The Brownlow.42.00 - Question of the week47.40 - Kane Cornes – what a remarkable run from Adelaide to Melbourne for My Room has raised so much money already. You can support his cause HERE.To send Hutchy and Damo a question jump on Twitter or Facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Sounding Board is produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for SEN - thanks to Pete Camelleri and Michael Loughlan for the live sound for this episode.
In this episode, we're joined by Bonnie Chiu who helps us unpack the world of social enterprise and impact investing and explore what it will take to get this work right.Bonnie brings a wealth of expertise in impact investing, impact measurement and diversity, equity and inclusion. In her current role as Managing Director of The Social Investment Consultancy (TSIC), she has supported over 150 clients. She has also expanded TSIC's team globally to Asia, Africa, the Middle East and the Caribbean. As a serial social entrepreneur, she co-founded an award-winning social enterprise Lensational, focused on empowering women through storytelling, which she has scaled to 23 countries, as well as the Diversity Forum for Inclusive Social Investment and other initiatives.She is a Member of the Flexible Finance Committee of the Access Foundation for Social Investment, a Member of the Expert Review Committee of the World Benchmarking Alliance's Gender Benchmark and sits on several Boards, including 360 Giving, which advocates for open data in philanthropy. She also serves as a Forbes Senior Contributor writing on gender and diversity. She has received multiple accolades for her work, named Asia21 Young Leader by Asia Society, a Forbes 30 Under 30 Social Entrepreneur, and Young Achiever of the Asian Women of Achievement Awards, and has been invited to speak in over 20 countries and in two TEDx talks.Connect with Bonnie Chiu on LinkedIn and Twitter.Follow UpEffect on Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn for updates on future episodes. This show was produced by Sheeza Shah and edited by Rohan Singhal. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Edisto Beach won a 2022 Achievement Award from the Municipal Association for its comprehensive Master Park and Recreation Plan. Assistant Town Administrator Mark Aakhus discusses how the town sought grant funding for the effort, how it brought together wide-ranging public input for the plan and what plan recommendations it has turned into new projects. See the award video at https://vimeo.com/732164282.
Hardeeville won a 2022 Achievement Award from the Municipal Association for the development of the 38,000-square-foot Hardeeville Recreation Center. City Manager Michael Czymbor and Parks, Recreation and Tourism Director Jennifer Combs talk about how the project grew out of a long-running dream, and what it has meant for Hardeeville and its larger region. See the award video at https://vimeo.com/732153018.
It's in the news! The top stories and headlines around the diabetes community this week include a new attempt to have fewer misdiagnoses of type 2 (when it's really type 1) diabetes, a new approval for Omnipod 5 down to two years old, a look at the endocrinologist shortage in the US, a milestone for Tandem and more! Check out Stacey's book: The World's Worst Diabetes Mom! Join the Diabetes Connections Facebook Group! Sign up for our newsletter here ----- Use this link to get one free download and one free month of Audible, available to Diabetes Connections listeners! ----- Episode Transcription Below (or coming soon!) Please visit our Sponsors & Partners - they help make the show possible! *Click here to learn more about OMNIPOD* *Click here to learn more about AFREZZA* *Click here to learn more about DEXCOM* Hello and welcome to Diabetes Connections In the News! I'm Stacey Simms and these are the top diabetes stories and headlines of the past seven days. XX In the news is brought to you by T1D Exchange! T1D Exchange is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving outcomes for the entire T1D population. https://t1dexchange.org/stacey/ XX New effort to avoid the very common misdiagnosis of type 2 when it's actually type 1. JDRF and a a company called IQVIA are seeing if artificial intelligence can be used here. IQVIA used machine learning to look at data from individuals diagnosed with T2D and then, later, diagnosed with T1D within a specific time frame. The big problem, the company says, is that medical records are often incomplete and are compiled using different standards and formats. They call it a good starting point though. Earlier studies have shown that possibly 40-percent of adults with new onset type 1 are first misdiagnosed with type 2. https://www.jdrf.org/blog/2022/08/11/iqvia-algorithm-for-misdiagnoses/ XX New UK study about COVID, diabetes and kids.. shows there was an increase in new cases and in DKA. This was from March 2020 to February of 2021, compared to same time the previous year. This was a large study, looking back at cases across 49 sites. There was a 17% increase in new-onset diabetes from Year 1 to Year 2, mostly of type 1 diabetes. ED visits for DKA dropped by 31.9% during the pandemic year among patients with existing diabetes. There was a 43% increase in severity of new-onset disease from Year 1 to Year 2, with severe DKA increasing by 79% (P < .001) and intensive care admissions by 89% (P < .05 There were limitations to this study, the biggest is that data was only captured for those who went to the emergency room. The question of whether SARS-CoV-2 can trigger new-onset diabetes remains unanswered. https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/979381#:~:text=There%20was%20a%2017%25%20increase,by%2079%25%20(P%20%3C%20. XX Omipod 5 is now FDA approved for kids as young as two. Omnipod 5, the first tubeless automated insulin delivery (AID) system in the U.S., was originally cleared for use in individuals aged six and older in January 2022. That makes Omnipod 5 the only AID approved for the toddler set. Tandem's Control IQ ia approved down to age 6 and Medtronic 780G down to age 7 https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220822005158/en/Insulet-Announces-FDA-Clearance-of-Omnipod%C2%AE-5-for-Children-Aged-Two-Years-and-Older-with-Type-1-Diabetes XX Milestone from Tandem they say that in the first month since the new mobile bolus feature was released, users have delivered more than 1 million insulin boluses. The company said in a news release that it is the first-ever FDA-cleared smartphone application capable of initiating insulin delivery on both iOS and Android operating systems. The company added that it is now available on approximately 30 different devices. https://www.drugdeliverybusiness.com/tandem-diabetes-app-insulin-bolus-million/ XX What looks like an editorial in a publication called Stability Health caught my eye. It's all about the shortage of endocrinologists in the US. Right now there are only 8-thousand in practice across the whole country. Endocrinologists receive the lowest compensation of all internal medicine (IM) specialties — lower even than practicing general internists — and 76–89% of medical students graduate with astronomical debt. Additionally, these clinicians often make themselves available outside of their office hours. But since this time may not be billable, it is often not supported in salaried compensation. Separately (but related), in 2016, 71% of entrants to the field of endocrinology were female. Due to America's long-standing gender wage gap, this may be a contributing factor in wage stagnation. Roughly 85% of Americans with diabetes rely on a general practitioner for their care. I'll link up the column so you can take a look. https://stabilityhealth.com/endocrinologist-shortage/?fbclid=IwAR0jx-nSiOL2UccmoJ9H74SnC6l3M5CCppecGcQ2t2M_zc7U-ydOj4JxfQ4#:~:text=Today%2C%2034.2%20million%20Americans%20are,currently%20practice%20in%20the%20U.S XX Update on one of the CGM smartwatches we've been keeping an eye on.. the K-Watch Glucose CGM watch is being tested by a French Company. They had their first clinical trials last year and got results this summer. the first run had a MARD of 29-percent.. brought down to a much better 16-percent. MARD is of course Mean Absolute Relative Difference to a calibrated meter and the gold standard right now is under 10 with Dexcom and Libre's next offerings closer to 8.. so a way to go here. https://www.notebookcheck.net/Painless-K-Watch-Glucose-blood-free-CGM-smartwatch-produces-positive-first-in-human-trial-results-as-PKvitality-targets-2024-for-availability.642380.0.html XX Back to the news in a moment but first.. The T1D Exchange Registry is a research study conducted online over time, designed to foster innovation and improve the lives of people with T1D. The platform is open to both adults and children with T1D living in the U.S. Personal information remains confidential and participation is fully voluntary. Once enrolled, participants will complete annual surveys and have the opportunity to sign up for other studies on specific topics related to T1D. The registry aims to improve knowledge of T1D, accelerate the discovery and development of new treatments and technologies, and generate evidence to support policy or insurance changes that help the T1D community. By sharing opinions, experiences and data, patients can help advance meaningful T1D treatment, care and policy. The registry is now available on the T1D Exchange website and is simple to navigate, mobile and user-friendly. For more information or to register, go to www.t1dregistry.org/stacey XX Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists gave their lifetime Achievement Award to Dr. Kenneth Moritsugu, former surgeon general of the United States. Many of you may know him as the Chairman of the Board of Children with Diabetes you see him at Friends for Life and other events. He's been involved with lot of national diabetes groups and effort – he was diagnosed with LADA at age 55. He's also been a guest of this show.. so congrats Dr. Moritsugu. https://www.healio.com/news/endocrinology/20220814/a-lifetime-of-service-a-conversation-with-kenneth-moritsugu-md-mph-facpm-faade?fbclid=IwAR2DyFSAyxCqeGMpmGHAi1FG1swihxFAPe-WveCaCP6NJrcUd0rFioBedQU XX Next week we're talking back to school! The wonderful diabetes educator Anna Sabino from Finding Smiles coaching will join me to talk 504, remote monitoring, supplies and lots more. The long format episode out right now is with Patients For Affordable Drugs about the bill that passed the Senate this week. The insulin copay cap was removed, but what does it really mean for medication prices? Listen wherever you get your podcasts That's In the News for this week.. if you like it, please share it! Thanks for joining me! See you back here soon.
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Listen to and Subscribe to the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast on all audio platforms and on YouTube for more amazing interviews at https://www.KDDPodcast.com and follow Knockin' Doorz Down on social media. Why did I want to talk with Marci Hopkins on Knockin' Doorz Down? Marci Hopkins is an award-winning TV Personality; host and creator of Wake Up with Marci and a Recovery Expert on Fox, CBS, NBC, and ABC, and author of ‘Chaos to Clarity: Seeing The Signs and Breaking The Cycles' Wake Up with Marci is a talk show - which airs on CBS-owned WLNY-TV 10/55 in the Tri-State area and Streams on Hulu Live at 10 am on Saturdays. The show is also available on all Podcast Platforms. Wake Up is a talk show all about inspiration and empowerment. Marci shares stories of triumph and transformation to spread hope. She shares celebrity inspiration, spreads hope through triumphant stories, and has Industry Leaders on to educate the audience and provide resources so the viewer can put their lives into action. Wake Up is about living our happiest lives! Marci has candid conversations with her guests and her mission is simple: She's committed to changing lives as an authority on recovery spreading hope and happiness. She gives others' stories a voice. “My guests are living proof that it is possible to heal and that difficult situations do not have to define you...I hope viewers find strength, hope, and their purpose through these stories.” The show is a passion project for Marci, who is six years sober after winning her battle with alcoholism. When Marci's not hosting her show, the mother-of-two devotes much of her time to giving back to her community. Marci supports the Kumali Organization and other orphanages in Uganda, Africa. Since her fundraising efforts, one of the ministries has been able to buy land and build a home for the children. She is also on the board of the YWCA, dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. The YWCA also helps women and children through Healing Space, helping those sexually assaulted. This is most important to her because she is a survivor of sexual abuse. Marci has also helped to open a safe haven for women and children in New Jersey through her interview and support of Access Family Services. Marci was awarded for her support. Marci has been honored as 2021 TOP 25 LEADING WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS by Leading Women Entrepreneurs, she has received the Women's Achievement Award from The New Jersey State Federation Women's Club. This is Marci Hopkins in her own words on Knockin' Doorz Down! For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For more information on Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down, the Carlos Vieira Foundation, the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma, and Race For Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ © 2021 by KDD Media Company. All rights reserved. #MarciHopkinsr #onedayatatime #wedorecover
A note from Talking Taiwan host Felicia Lin: Emily Wu Truong is a motivational speaker for mental health awareness. She is affiliated with NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness and has been involved with this organization for the last 8.5 years. I've invited her on to Talking Taiwan as a guest since July is BIPOC (Black Indigenous People of Color) Mental Health Month. Emily spoke with me about her own struggles with mental health, and suicide. She has a passion for working with youths on mental health related issues. She also shared her thoughts about the oppression and trauma experienced firsthand or as generational trauma by the people of Taiwan, and how it could impact one's mental health. About Emily Wu Truong: Emily Wu Truong is an award-winning mental health advocate, nationally-recognized motivational speaker, catalytic thought leader, community educator, playwright and published author. For over a decade, Emily has worked tirelessly to create more compassionate & accepting communities by bringing mental health education wherever she goes. As a speaker, Emily utilizes her story from depression to self-actualization, inspiring others to find meaning in life struggles. She has spoken to a variety of audiences, including students from elementary school to graduate school students, school administrators, teachers, families, law enforcement, faith-based communities, medical and mental health professionals and many more. Over the years, in recognition of Emily's efforts to raise awareness on mental health and emotional resilience, she has been featured in the California Mental Health Movement “Each Mind Matters,” Good Morning America, NBC Asian America, LA 18 and World Journal (世界日報). Emily has also been honored with the “2015 Woman of Achievement Award” by former Senator Ed Hernandez. Also in 2015, Emily was honored with the Youth and Young Adult Leadership Award at the 29th Annual National Alternatives Conference in Memphis, Tennessee. In 2017, the Los Angeles County Supervisors honored Emily's request to establish May 10th as "Asian Pacific American Mental Health Day." In 2018, former Assemblyman Ed Chau honored Emily with the 2018 Make A Difference Award. Emily has become a role model for many, sharing her life lessons and delivering her message that helplessness is not hopelessness and that with help, there is hope. This episode of Talking Taiwan has been sponsored by NATWA, the North America Taiwanese Women's Association. NATWA was founded in 1988, and its mission is: to evoke a sense of self-esteem and enhance women's dignity, to oppose gender discrimination and promote gender equality, to fully develop women's potential and encourage their participation in public affairs, to contribute to the advancement of human rights and democratic development in Taiwan, to reach out and work with women's organizations worldwide to promote peace for all. To learn more about NATWA visit their website: www.natwa.com Here's a little preview of what we talked about in this podcast episode: Why she's been called the lady in green How Emily tries to talk about mental health in a positive light The struggles that Emily felt growing up How the painting “The Potato Eaters” by Van Gogh reminds her of how she felt disconnected from her family in the past How she started asking existential questions about life when she was in junior high Competitiveness in the Asian culture Comparisons made by Asian parents, families and relatives Emily's passion for the mental health of youth How important it is for kids to have supportive friends How Emily struggled in elementary school and was bullied in junior high Emily's best friend in high school Enoch who helped her to get through high school How Emily used dating as a coping skill in the past How Emily is a suicide survivor what her to consider suicide and what stopped her from committing suicide Emily's thoughts on school shootings Her first experience with a therapist and counseling in college How Emily wants to help young people to develop coping skills to deal with their parents and peers so that they don't need to internalize things How Emily took an interest Taiwan in order to bond with her mother How Emily competed in the Miss Taiwan pageant How Emily discovered that her mother's cousin is Taiwanese activist Koh Se Kai and that encouraged her to be more outspoken How Emily got involved in the Write in Taiwanese Census Bureau, TACL and FAPA Emily's thoughts on how the people of Taiwan have been oppressed and how and trauma experienced firsthand or as generational trauma could impact one's mental health Author Iris Chang who committed suicide Emily's work with NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Related Links: To view all related links for this article, click link below: https://talkingtaiwan.com/emily-wu-truong-award-winning-mental-health-speaker-inspires-others-to-find-meaning-in-their-struggles-ep-198/
Dr. John Mekalanos (Harvard Medical School) has devoted his career to the study of bacterial pathogens, with a special emphasis to understanding Vibrio cholerae, the bacterium that causes the deadly disease cholera. And what an amazingly productive research path he has followed, from the discovery and characterization of the regulon that controls V. cholerae virulence, to the identification of the pilus that allows the bacteria to colonize the intestine, to the discovery of the bacteriophage that encodes the cholera toxin. His (relatively) recent discovery of the Type VI Secretion System and characterization of its role in inter-bacterial competition and host modulation has had broad impact on all aspects of microbiology. Dr. Mekalanos received the 2022 ASM Lifetime Achievement Award for all of his tremendous contributions to our understanding of bacterial-host interactions. Dr. Mekalanos talks about the background of some of the seminal discoveries from his laboratory, how important his laboratory personnel (graduate students, postdoctoral fellows) have been to his success, his thoughts on the eradication of cholera through vaccination, and how his love of poker has contributed to his success as a scientist. Participants: Karl Klose, Ph.D. (UTSA) John Mekalanos, Ph.D. (Harvard Medical School) Karla Satchell, Ph.D. (Northwestern University)
Joe Satriani taps Peter Frampton, John 5 & more for his G4 Experience, U2 will be honored with the lifetime achievement award at the Kennedy Center Honors later this year, Taylor Hawkins part of Justin Kreutzmann's new “Let There Be Drums!” documentary coming out in October, Rob Zombie dispels rumors that his new Munsters reboot cost 40 million dollars to make PLUS This Week in Rock History Trivia weekly wtf & so much more! All of our links are up at www.rocknewsweekly.com For $3.99 a month, you get access to our exclusive interviews with bands/musicians, Aftershock festival coverage, ALL our commercials, exclusive sub giveaways, extended and unedited episodes with bonus content & more! Subscribe now in the description link or head to anchor.fm/rocknewsweekly/subscribe We are also now on Google Podcasts & Amazon Audible, so check us out! Follow us on Twitch to get notified when we go live, usually every Friday at 9pm PST https://www.twitch.tv/rocknewsweekly Check out our YouTube channel to watch our videos on demand - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-DrseMXk92HiqKMGRFpdYA Follow us for our weekly 1 minute video updates: Instagram.com/rocknewsweekly Facebook.com/rocknewsweekly Twitter.com/rocknewsweekly Check it out on 9 different platforms now at www.rocknewsweekly.com #rock #rocknews #rocknewsweekly #rocknewsweeklypodcast #podcast #podcasts #podcastsofinstagram #metal #alternative #indie #trivia
Hello, and welcome to Beauty and the Biz where we talk about the business and marketing side of plastic surgery and how Sheila Barbarino, MD has practices in LA and Austin. I'm your host, Catherine Maley, author of Your Aesthetic Practice – What your patients are saying, as well as consultant to plastic surgeons, to get them more patients and more profits. Now, today's episode is called “Practices in LA and Austin. How? - with Sheila Barbarino, MD". When life throws you a curve ball, you have the choice to duck, run away or figure it out. That's what Sheila Barbarino, MD did. She figured it out. Dr. Barbarino, a cosmetic surgeon of the face and body has a thriving practice in LA with celebrity clientele, lots of PR media opportunities and a great reputation as the go-to source for expert techniques for injectables, laser and aesthetic devices. All was well until she experienced a pull to set up another practice in Austin, TX (you have to listen in to find out). This week's Beauty and the Biz Podcast is my interview with Dr. Barbarino describing her journey from LA to Austin to worldwide lecturer, innovator and industry thought leader. It's quite a ride! Visit Dr. Barbarino's Website
Stephen M. R. Covey is co-founder of CoveyLink and the FranklinCovey Global Trust Practice. A sought after and compelling keynote speaker and advisor on trust, leadership, ethics, and collaboration, he speaks to audiences around the world. He is the New York Times and #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Speed of Trust, a groundbreaking and paradigm-shifting book that challenges our age-old assumption that trust is merely a soft, social virtue and instead demonstrates that trust is a hard-edged, economic driver. The Speed of Trust has been translated into 22 languages and has sold over 2 million copies worldwide. Stephen is also the author of the forthcoming book, Trust & Inspire: How Truly Great Leaders Unleash Greatness in Others, which will be released on April 5, 2022. While the world has changed, our style of leadership has not. Most leaders and organizations—faced with ever new and disrupting challenges— continue to operate from a base model of “Command & Control;” they've just become more advanced and sophisticated at it, what Stephen calls “Enlightened Command & Control.” In contrast to Command & Control, Trust & Inspire is all about unleashing greatness in others. Leading in a way that both inspires and empowers people to become the best version of themselves—tapping into a sense of purpose, meaning, contribution and inclusion. The result is a level of belonging, collaboration, and ultimately innovation that Command & Control is simply not capable of producing. Stephen asserts that trust has become the new currency of our world, and that having the ability to develop, extend, and restore trust with all stakeholders is the number one competency of leadership needed today. He passionately delivers this message and is dedicated to enabling individuals and organizations to reap the dividends of high trust throughout the world. Audiences and organizations alike resonate with his tangible, practical approach to trust. Stephen is the former CEO of Covey Leadership Center, which, under his direction, became the largest leadership development company in the world. He personally led the strategy that propelled his father's book, Dr. Stephen R. Covey's The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, to become one of the two most influential business books of the 20th Century, according to CEO Magazine. A Harvard MBA, Stephen joined Covey Leadership Center as a Client Developer, became National Sales Manager, and then President & CEO. Under Stephen's leadership, the company achieved Inc. 500 status, nearly doubled revenues while increasing profits by 12 times, and expanded into over 40 countries. This greatly increased the value of the brand and company. Within three years of being named CEO, Stephen had increased shareholder value by 67 times in a merger with then FranklinQuest to form FranklinCovey. Over the years, Stephen has gained considerable respect and influence with executives and leaders of Fortune 500 companies as well as with mid- and small-sized private sector and public sector organizations he's consulted. Clients recognize his unique perspective on real-world organizational issues based on his practical experience as a former CEO. Stephen serves on numerous boards, including the Government Leadership Advisory Council, and he has been recognized with the lifetime Achievement Award for “Top Thought Leaders in Trust” from the advocacy group, Trust Across America/Trust Around the World. Stephen resides with his wife and children in the shadows of the Rocky Mountains. Topics covered in this episode: The Future of Leadership Command and Control Shifting from Paradigms of the Past Trust Flexibility Motivational Interviewing Trusting Relationship Regulating Behaviors Parental Standards Inspiration | Motivation Stewardships of Agreements To learn more about Stephen M.R. Covey and his work, head over to https://www.franklincovey.com IG @franklincovey __________________________________________________________ Eaton Hemp Organic Hemp Food - Nature's most nutrient-dense superfood. Head to www.eatonhemp.com/lindseyelmoreshow and save 25% on all Eaton Hemp products… with a full money back guarantee! __________________________________________________________ The BioMat Professional is an FDA 510K Class II medical device that harnesses the best of nature's wisdom to activate your inner healing power. Filled with 18lbs of Amethyst channels, the BioMat is powerful at alleviating pain, inflammation, and stress as well as improving sleep and immunity. Head to www.lindseyelmore.com/biomat and you could be on your way to relaxation and less stress and fatigue throughout your day. __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ We hope you enjoyed this episode. Come check us out at www.lindseyelmore.com/podcast.