Following her passion for art and math, Elizabeth Graziolo decided that getting into an engineering university was an excellent way to leave her house. She was a teenager that just immigrated to the US, but dealing with puberty and starting to build her future didn't seem much for her; in fact, it was one of her traits - she enjoyed challenging herself. She got into the Cooper Union's Architecture program, which she thought she'd use to get into The Albert Nerken School of Engineering, Cooper Union's largest engineering school. But after a semester of Architecture, she fell in love with it. The feeling was mutual; Elizabeth became an award-winning architect and built an outstanding career, which she is sharing with us today. Elizabeth Graziolo is the Founder and Principal of Yellow House Architects, PLLC. She is the recipient of the "City of Design Award," a distinction awarded by the Museum of The City of New York in 2018. Elizabeth is also a trustee of The Museum of the City of New York and The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science & Art and serves on the Delano & Aldrich/Emerson Fellowship Committee of the American Institute of Architects.In this episode, we explore Elizabeth's successful journey into a male-dominated industry. We talk about her mentors and what she learned after school when she started doing the real thing. We also go through her decision of leaving a great job in a great company where she had become a partner to start her own architecture company. Elizabeth also shares the projects she most enjoyed working on, her opinion on general contractors, and her advice for those interested in joining the construction industry.Some Questions I Ask:How did you get into architecture? And why architecture. Can you talk to us a bit about that? (3:23)You worked at Peter Pennoyer Architects for almost 18 years and you became a partner there. What made you decide to take a chance on yourself and go out on your own? (7:34)Can you talk to me about the favorite projects that you've worked on? (13:48)When you hear about general contractors, what comes to your mind? (20:27)In This Episode, You Will Learn:How Elizabeth ended up loving Architecture (4:11)A bit about the fun stuff Elizabeth learned that Architecture School doesn't teach (7:10)It is hard to leave a job, and when that job is outstanding, it is even more complicated (9:58)The future plans for Yellow House Architects (18:16)Resources:Yellow House Architects websiteYellow House Architects InstagramConnect with Elizabeth:LinkedInLet's Connect!LinkedInInstagram TwitterMPC Builders - WebsiteMPC Builders - Facebook See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jack Molisani Finding the right job in the content strategy field has always been a challenge, and it's getting harder as computers take over more of the applicant screening process. Changes in the industry - especially the convergence of technical and marketing communication duties - also mean that you you have to be proactive about managing your career, even if you aren't job hunting. Jack Molisani knows how to navigate this challenging landscape. He is both the principal of a staffing agency that focuses on content talent and the organizer of the LavaCon content strategy conference. We talked about: the origin story of the LavaCon conference the content management and publishing systems used to execute omnichannel strategy the convergence of marketing communication and technical communication what content professionals need to know to prepare for emerging trends in content practice the importance of speaking to senior management in their language how to deal with applicant tracking systems when you are preparing and submitting your resume how to completely skirt the automated job application world by working your professional network and improving your visibility Jack's bio Jack Molisani is the president of ProSpring Technical Staffing, an employment agency specializing in content professionals. He's the author of Be The Captain of Your Career: A New Approach to Career Planning and Advancement, which hit #5 on Amazon's Career and Resume Best Seller list. Jack also produces the LavaCon Conference on Content Strategy and Technical Communication Management, to be held in virtually 24-27 October 2021. Connect with Jack on social media LinkedIn Video Here's the video version of our conversation: https://youtu.be/1he6YNdGkjc Podcast intro transcript This is the Content Strategy Insights podcast, episode number 107. As marketing communication and technical communication slowly begin to converge around omnichannel distribution strategies, content professionals need to stay on their toes. Both the details of the work and the ways that employers seek out content talent are changing. Jack Molisani can help you navigate this new terrain. He runs both a content staffing agency and LavaCon, a big content strategy and technical communication conference. Interview transcript Larry: Hi, everyone. Welcome to episode number 107 of the Content Strategy Insights podcast. I'm really happy today to welcome back Jack Molisani. Jack, you may know, he does a lot of stuff. He's runs ProSpring Technical Staffing, an agency that focuses on content professionals. He also organizes the LavaCon conference, which is ... Well, tell us more about LavaCon, Jack, because that's coming up pretty quick and you've been doing it how long now? Jack: This is our 19th annual conference. We've survived a dot-com crash, two recessions and a pandemic. Larry: Wow! Way to keep it going. That's amazing. I just want to observe just for the folks who are listening, that I put on a Hawaiian shirt for this because the name LavaCon comes from ... Well, tell the origin story real quick. Jack: The conference started in Hawaii back when there was STC region seven and eight. We had a combined conference in Hawaii in the year 2000 and everyone kept saying, "I can't wait till year." I'm going, "There is no next year. Hmmm. Maybe there's an opportunity here, but what's my niche?" Right? There's the STC conference. There was Win Writers at the time. I said, "There's not enough conferences with us, with a little gray in our temples." Jack: I did a content strategy conference and content documentation management, and that worked and we had it in Hawaii. That's why it's called LavaCon. That worked until the market crash in 2008. After that, I brought the conference to mainland U.S. cities, but I wanted to keep that aloha spirit that we were known for. The local music, the local foods,
We talk to our plants hoping our words will help them grow. So are they actually listening? Beronda L. Montgomery is MSU Foundation Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Microbiology and Molecular Genetics at Michigan State University and a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Academy of Microbiology. She joins host Krys Boyd to discuss what plants “know,” how they overcome obstacles, and what we humans can learn from them. Her book is called “Lessons From Plants.”
VIDEO VERSION HERE: https://youtu.be/pQtLsMn7yJQ Get in touch with Lehigh Valley with Love This October 15th is White Cane Safety Day which is an awareness day to highlight the challenges that individuals living with visual impairments face and educate the public on vision loss. White Cane Safety Day has been celebrated on October 15 of each year since 1964. The date is set aside to celebrate the achievements of people who are blind or visually impaired and the important symbol of blindness and tool of independence, the white cane. We talk with Christe Konopitski - Director Of Advancement for Sights for Hope. The organization, known formerly as Center for Vision Loss, transforms lives by removing the barriers to independence and success caused by visual impairments: https://sightsforhope.org/ If you'd like to learn more about the Lehigh Valley with Love Podcast and the opportunities we can provide through sponsorship and collaboration, be sure to reach us at email@example.com Or click here Thank you to our sponsors! Michael Bernadyn of RE/MAX Real Estate Venture X - Get all of our links here. - Subscribe to the Lehigh Valley with Love Podcast. - Want to be a guest on the Lehigh Valley with Love Podcast? Watch the video episode here or below.
Our guest for this episode is Natasha Tan, Assistant Director, Major Gifts at Nanyang Technological University (NTU). Heather and Brad congratulate Natasha on her new role with NTU and discuss the differences between Australian and Singaporean cultures of giving back. Also, hear how her experience in the CASE Graduate Trainee Programme shaped her decision around wanting to make an impact, including ensuring every student gets equal opportunities in educational endeavours.
Wish you knew how to actualize the potential of your teams? You're in for a treat because, today, Ellen Burts-Cooper is with me. Ellen is one of my favorite educators on cohesive, agile team performance, and she's going to share her approach to creating high-performing teams. One of the reasons I love Ellen's work is she focuses on both style and systems. It's easy to over-index on style as it's more provocative, but without good systems, we dilute our strength. What will you walk away with? A methodology for co-creating team norms and working agreements. The ready-made recipe to run a Team Reunion; a concept I love! I'm convinced we all need to host one with our teams in the immediate future. Ellen is the senior managing partner of Improve Consulting and Training Group (http://improveconsulting.biz/) and is on faculty at Case Western Reserve University in the Weatherhead Executive Education Program and The Institute for Management Studies (IMS). She's written two books: “aMAZEing Organizational Teams: Navigating 7 Critical Attributes for Cohesion, Productivity and Resilience” and “Canine Instinct: A Guide to Survival and Advancement in Corporate America.” You can connect with her directly on LinkedIn. The 10X Impact podcast is a production of 10X Leadership Lab. 10X Leadership Lab exists to transform business into a vehicle that elevates humanity through conscious leadership, stakeholder win-win, thriving culture, and higher purpose. Visit www.10xleadershiplab.com Subscribe to 10X Leadership Lab Education Follow Us on LinkedIn Connect with your host, Laura Juarez #10ximpact #10xleadershiplab #impactdrivenbusiness #stakeholdercapitalism #businessstrategy #consciousleadership #consciouscapitalism #leadership #bcorp #higherpurpose
Episode #16 - Dr. Steven Kuchuck - The Relational Revolution Hey everyone! Welcome back to Why in the World. If you know anything about me, you know that I tend to be a bit of a nerd when it comes to reading and learning about psychoanalysis. I'm particularly drawn to what is known as Relational Psychoanalysis, which emerged in the 1980's and has continued to evolve ever since. So when Dr. Steven Kuchuck agreed to be a guest on my podcast, my inner nerd started break dancing! I'm excited about this episode! It was a true pleasure talking with Dr. Kuchuck about his new book The Relational Revolution in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. Dr. Kuchuck is a leading teacher and scholar of relational thinking and President of the International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. He is on the faculty of the New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis as well as various other institutes. In addition to all of this, he is also just a joy to talk to. In his new book he writes: “In Relational and other contemporary, two-person perspectives, the analyst's expertise is measured by the extent to which she can facilitate exploration of the intersubjective dynamics of a treatment in order to help the patient gain better understanding of older, formative relationships, internalizations, repetitions, and barriers to desired change. In a successful treatment, ‘co-created old truths are replaced with co-created new truths'. I hope you enjoy my conversation with Dr. Steven Kuchuck… Find Dr. Kuchuck online: Twitter: @stevenkuchuck Facebook Author Page: Dr. Steven Kuchuck Website: www.stevenkuchuck.com His New Book: The Relational Revolution in Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy Links: Relationally Focused Psychodynamic Therapy (RFPT) - Post-grad continuing education program for psychotherapists that I teach in and mentioned in the intro of this episode. We have a few spots open for the Fall 2021 cohort. If you're a therapist and want to learn more, I'd love to chat with you! Send me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Relationally Focused Psychodynamic Therapy (RFPT) is an evidence-based treatment approach with strong roots in depth psychology (particularly contemporary Relational Psychoanalysis), dialogical philosophy, and neuroscience. As of December 2018, the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy has set forth policy recommendations that evidence-based therapy relationships and responsiveness be taught as frequently as other evidence-based treatments. (Reference: Norcross, J. C., & Lambert, M. J. (2019). Psychotherapy Relationships that work III. Psychotherapy, 55,4, p. 303-315). The RFPT certificate program is a direct response to these policy recommendations. Why in the World Podcast on Instagram Bryan Nixon is a psychotherapist and the founder and clinical director of Mindful Counseling GR in Grand Rapids, MI. He is also a teacher and facilitator in Relationally Focused Psychodynamic Therapy, a post-grad continuing education program for therapists.
Dr. Oz, E! Entertainment It's National Mental Health Awareness MonthThe Segment is for Educational Purposes, Always Consult Your Physician About this Information so it Can be Determined If it is Right for You.Nationally acclaimed innovator and expert in the fields of integrative medicine, psychiatry, and addiction recovery, Dr. Cass helps individuals to take charge of their health. One area is in withdrawing from both psychiatric medication and substances of abuse with the aid of natural supplements. Dr. Cass appears often as a guest on national radio and television, including The Dr. Oz Show, E! Entertainment, and The View, and in national print media. She has been quoted in many national magazines, blogs for the Huffington Post, and is the author of several best-selling books including: Natural Highs, 8 Weeks to Vibrant Health, Supplement your Prescription: What Your Doctor Doesn't Know About Nutrition, and her ebook, The Addicted Brain and How to Break Free. She has created her own line of innovative nutritional supplements. A member of the Medical Advisory Board of the Health Sciences Institute and Taste for Life Magazine, she is also Associate Editor of Total Health Magazine, she has served on the boards of California Citizens for Health and the American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM). A native of Toronto, she graduated from the University of Toronto School of Medicine, interned at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, and completed a psychiatric residency at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center/UCLA. She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN), and of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine (ABIHM).2021 All Rights Reserved © 2021 Building Abundant Success!! Join Me on ~ iHeart Radio @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBAS Spot Me on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yxuy23ba
In this episode, Giovanni and Tracy discuss the Stanford design program, how Materna Medical was founded, discusses their two seed rounds and series A round, why she called it a series 2A, the ignite fire pitch event, the importance of naming your round properly, and more. Tracy MacNeal LinkedIn Materna Medical Website Giovanni Lauricella LinkedIn Project Medtech LinkedIn Project Medtech Website
Nick Nanton sits down with Mo Gawdat, the former Chief Business Officer for Google X, a serial entrepreneur and author of the books 'Solve for Happy' and 'Scary Smart'. After a 30-year career in tech, Mo has made happiness his primary topic of research, diving into literature and discussing the topic of happiness with some of the wisest people in the world. He poured his findings into his first book, 'Solve for Happy,' which he was inspired to write after the tragic death of his son, Ali, in 2014. Throughout his career, Mo has remained a serial entrepreneur who has cofounded more than 20 businesses as well as serving as a board member and mentor to various comanies and start-ups. He founded the organization One Billion Happy, in honor of his son, as a moonshot goal to help one billion people become happier. His latest book, 'Scary Smart' looks at the future of artificial intelligence and explains how to fix the current trajectory now, offering a blueprint for how we can take action to safeguard ourselves. Timestamps:1:29: A brief bio on Mo Gawdat 3:12: Mo talks about his early years and his career at Google 7:59: Money was not the solution to Mo's problems 11:18: Mo's happiness equation 21:20: Mo speaks on the death of his son due to medical malpractice 29:48: You stop getting happier with pay increases after you start making the median income of your country of residence 34:50: Advancement in AI (artificial intelligence) is the true pandemic facing humanity 36:50: Mo's dichotomy with AI 40:23: Will AI become sentient? Resources:https://www.mogawdat.com (mogawdat.com) https://www.twitter.com/MGawdat (Mo on Twitter) Connect With Nick Nanton:http://www.nicknanton.com/ (Website) https://www.facebook.com/Nicknanton (Facebook) http://twitter.com/nicknanton (Twitter) https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicknanton (LinkedIn) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWOvnpNMTX4pKVIi234pOTg (YouTube)
This webinar addresses the impact that changes proposed in HR 4, the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act of 2021, may have on drawing voting districts and litigating redistricting cases and features two renowned voting rights experts. Featuring: -- Mark Braden, Of Counsel, BakerHostetler-- Jeffrey M. Wice, Adjunct Professor of Law, New York Law School; Director, N.Y. Census and Redistricting Institute -- Moderator: Maya Noronha, Visiting Fellow, Independent Women's Law Center
This lecture was delivered on June 18, 2021 as part of the third annual Thomistic Philosophy and Natural Science Symposium: Chance and Indeterminacy in the Natural World. For information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Jonathan I. Lunine is The David C. Duncan Professor in the Physical Sciences at Cornell University and Director of the Cornell Center for Astrophysics and Planetary Science, His research focuses on astrophysics, planetary science and astrobiology. In addition to his responsibilities in the classroom, he serves as Interdisciplinary Scientist on the James Webb Space Telescope project and is a coinvestigator on the Juno mission currently in orbit around Jupiter. Lunine is a member of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, a fellow of the American Geophysical Union and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He is the 2014 recipient of the Jean Dominique Cassini Medal of the European Geosciences Union. He is the author of Astrobiology: A Multidisciplinary Approach and Earth: Evolution of a Habitable World. Lunine obtained a B.S. in physics and astronomy from the University of Rochester (1980), an M.S. (1983) and a Ph.D. (1985) in planetary science from the California Institute of Technology. He lives in Ithaca New York, where he is a member of St. Catherine of Siena parish. In 2016 Lunine helped to found the Society of Catholic Scientists and currently serves as its vice president.
Nickolaus Bauer is joined by Mbekezeli Benjamin, Research and Advocacy Officer at Judge Matters and Lawson Naidoo, Executive Director, Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution (CASAC) to talk about the rerun of the Judicial Service Commission interviews See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Nancy Mills was a Murchison Professor (2011-2014) at Trinity University. She works at a primarily undergraduate institution as an organic chemist. Typically organic chemists make things like drugs or polymers. When trying to make things, they really focus on making stable compounds. Nancy has actually created a rare unstable (anti-aromatic) compound that does not turn into a stable one. In addition to her love of science, Nancy enjoys reading mystery books, cooking, and ultralight backpacking. She received her PhD in Chemistry from the University of Arizona and she spent a few years teaching at Carleton College in Minnesota before joining the faculty at Trinity. Nancy has received many awards and honors during her career, including selection as a Council on Undergraduate Research Fellow, the Distinguished Achievement Award in Scholarship from Trinity University, the American Chemical Society Award for Research at an Undergraduate Institution, and the Piper Professor state-wide teaching award. She has also been elected as a Fellow of the American Chemical Society, a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and a Z. T. Scott Faculty Fellow at Trinity in recognition of outstanding teaching. Nancy joined us for an interview to tell us all about her journey through life and science.
Nino Di Cara is the founder and president of Electric Autonomy Canada Key topics in this conversation include: Why Nino started Electric Autonomy Canada How to think about the role of media and providing an accurate perspective on emerging technology Why we need to move to decarbonize now if we want to save our way of life The Electric Fueling Station of the Future: A Design Competition Decarbonize of non-automotive applications Links Show notes: http://brandonbartneck.com/futureofmobility/ninodicara Nino's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshiav/ Electric Autonomy Canada website: https://electricautonomy.ca/ Design competition website: https://designawards.electricautonomy.ca/ Nino's Bio: Nino Di Cara is the founder and president of Electric Autonomy Canada. He is the past president of the National Media Awards Foundation and recipient of the EV Society's 2020 Howard Hutt Award for Excellence in the Advancement of Electric Transportation. About Electric Autonomy Canada: Electric Autonomy Canada is the leading news publication reporting on the transition to electric vehicles, autonomous transportation and new mobility services. Future of Mobility: The Future of Mobility podcast is focused on the development and implementation of safe, sustainable, and equitable mobility solutions, with a spotlight on the people and technology advancing these fields. linkedin.com/in/brandonbartneck/ brandonbartneck.com/futureofmobility/ Music credit: Slow Burn Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
Jennifer L. WilliamsJennifer Lynne Williams is the Chief Development Officer for the USA Basketball Foundation. In this role, she is responsible for all aspects of the USA Basketball Foundation, including developing a holistic fundraising platform to support various USA Basketball national team programs and youth and sport development initiatives.Named on Oct. 10, 2018, the director of intercollegiate athletics at Alabama State University, Williams previously served as Alabama State's interim athletic director and deputy athletic director for the 2016-17 and 2017-18 academic years. During her time at ASU, the Hornets experienced tremendous success, with athletic teams winning 43 Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) championships, three consecutive commissioner cups and two conference academic awards for the highest GPA under her leadership.Williams spent four years (2012-16) at North Carolina A&T State University as the associate athletic director for development and executive director of the Aggie Athletic Foundation. While there, she oversaw all giving initiatives for athletics, while overseeing the athletics marketing department. She also was the liaison between IMG Sports Properties and the department of athletics. In 2014, the Aggie Athletic Foundation was recognized as a model booster organization by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).Williams also worked at DePaul University as the assistant director of development for athletics (2009-12) and worked in development and marketing for Women Leaders in College Sports (formerly the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators).Williams was named the 2018 Women Leaders in College Sports Division I (FCS) Administrator of the Year and was selected by her alma mater, North Carolina Central University, as a 40-under-40 Class of 2016 honoree, recognizing young NCCU alumni who have made significant contributions in the arts, entertainment, healthcare, sciences, education, law, business, entrepreneurship, philanthropy, public service or government.A four-year letterman and two-year captain in women's basketball at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Williams began her professional career as a reporter for the Tar Heel Sports Network and as a production assistant for Fox Sports South.The Detroit native earned her bachelor's degree as a double major in journalism and African American history at North Carolina, and a master's degree in athletic administration from NCCU, where she graduated magna cum laude. In 2018 Williams was appointed to the NCAA Division I Council, where she served on the Football Oversight Committee as part of her council duties; and was an executive committee member of the National Association of Athletic Development Directors (NAADD).She also served on the Women Leaders in College Sports Board of Directors, the NCAA Board of Governors Committee to Promote Cultural Diversity and Equity, the Black AD Alliance, and the Black Coaches United Board of Directors.To connect with Jennifer Williams follow her on LinkedIn and Instagram.About Sivonnia DeBarrosSivonnia DeBarros – the Protector of Athletes – is a first-generation lawyer and law business owner, woman in business and a former track and field Division-I College athlete. DeBarros is passionate about helping athletes in business protect their brands through collaborative partnerships, education and support necessary to carry them to the next level. DeBarros's practice areas are Business, Employment, Sports, and Entertainment. Learn more about her services at www.prosportlawyer.com and www.sldebarros.com.
Jennifer L. WilliamsJennifer Lynne Williams is the Chief Development Officer for the USA Basketball Foundation. In this role, she is responsible for all aspects of the USA Basketball Foundation, including developing a holistic fundraising platform to support various USA Basketball national team programs and youth and sport development initiatives.Named on Oct. 10, 2018, the director of intercollegiate athletics at Alabama State University, Williams previously served as Alabama State's interim athletic director and deputy athletic director for the 2016-17 and 2017-18 academic years. During her time at ASU, the Hornets experienced tremendous success, with athletic teams winning 43 Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) championships, three consecutive commissioner cups and two conference academic awards for the highest GPA under her leadership.Williams spent four years (2012-16) at North Carolina A&T State University as the associate athletic director for development and executive director of the Aggie Athletic Foundation. While there, she oversaw all giving initiatives for athletics, while overseeing the athletics marketing department. She also was the liaison between IMG Sports Properties and the department of athletics. In 2014, the Aggie Athletic Foundation was recognized as a model booster organization by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).Williams also worked at DePaul University as the assistant director of development for athletics (2009-12) and worked in development and marketing for Women Leaders in College Sports (formerly the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators).Williams was named the 2018 Women Leaders in College Sports Division I (FCS) Administrator of the Year and was selected by her alma mater, North Carolina Central University, as a 40-under-40 Class of 2016 honoree, recognizing young NCCU alumni who have made significant contributions in the arts, entertainment, healthcare, sciences, education, law, business, entrepreneurship, philanthropy, public service or government.A four-year letterman and two-year captain in women's basketball at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Williams began her professional career as a reporter for the Tar Heel Sports Network and as a production assistant for Fox Sports South.The Detroit native earned her bachelor's degree as a double major in journalism and African American history at North Carolina, and a master's degree in athletic administration from NCCU, where she graduated magna cum laude. In 2018 Williams was appointed to the NCAA Division I Council, where she served on the Football Oversight Committee as part of her council duties; and was an executive committee member of the National Association of Athletic Development Directors (NAADD).She also served on the Women Leaders in College Sports Board of Directors, the NCAA Board of Governors Committee to Promote Cultural Diversity and Equity, the Black AD Alliance, and the Black Coaches United Board of Directors.To connect with Jennifer Williams follow her on LinkedIn and Instagram. About Sivonnia DeBarros Sivonnia DeBarros – the Protector of Athletes – is a first-generation lawyer and law business owner, woman in business and a former track and field Division-I College athlete. DeBarros is passionate about helping athletes in business protect their brands through collaborative partnerships, education and support necessary to carry them to the next level. DeBarros's practice areas are Business, Employment, Sports, and Entertainment. Learn more about her services at www.prosportlawyer.com and www.sldebarros.com.What Are You Sporting About?https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/what-are-you-sporting-about/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/ep-64-jennifer-l-williams-former-athlete-talks-sports-transitioning-going-pro-in-life-with-sivonnia-debarros-protector-of-athletes
Andrew Robison, Owner and President of Petrus Development, joins NCEA's Member Relationship Manager Laura MacDonald on this week's podcast. Andrew shares his story and expertise in the advancement field and also highlights a new NCEA Premier Member benefit: BOAT (Basic Online Advancement Training). If you are a NCEA Premier Member, you have access to a robust digital library to receive the training you need to jumpstart your fundraising.
On today's episode, our guest, Jerrod Brown, talks to us about all things trauma: why it's imperative for everyone to understand its role, the wide range of forms it takes in children and caregivers, and how the same traumatic experiences can impact people completely differently. We discuss how experiencing trauma without the necessary support robs people of joy, energy, and creativity. You'll also hear how trauma affects executive function, and why it's dangerous not to take trauma into account as a healthcare professional. Jerrod explores the role of Adverse Childhood Experiences and toxic stress exposure in development before we move on to discuss all the things we can do to address trauma in the kiddos we work with. Jerrod shares some pearls of wisdom from his own practice, touches on how trauma presents on a cellular level, doles out some practical advice for parents navigating trauma, and points professionals in the direction of some useful resources to grow their knowledge. We hope you join us to learn from Jerrod's extensive expertise today!Key Points From This Episode:Why it's imperative to understand trauma and what we can do about it.The most common forms of trauma: from developmental, complex, and cumulative, and repetitive to historical, generational, and single incident.How the same trauma can impact people completely differently. The collective trauma we are all going through as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.Trauma's impact on sensory processing capabilities through disrupted attachment patterns.What trauma can do to affect self-regulation and inhibition systems?Executive function, trust issues, and problems with sleep that occur as a result of trauma.Misdiagnosis, overdiagnosis, and underdiagnosis that occur if you don't consider trauma.Symptoms of trauma in children.How Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and toxic stress exposure affect development.How Jerrod emphasizes teaching resilience through being kind, calm, patient, and curious.How trauma presents on a cellular level: mitochondrial dysfunction.What the allostatic load is and how it affects toxic stress exposure.Advice for parents, starting with seeking professional help and creating stability and safety.Resources for therapists: trauma-based training, ACE training, TEDtalks, and the CDC.Be sure to check out the show notes on our blog at Harkla.Co/Podcast.Brought to you by HarklaThis podcast is brought to you by Harkla. Our mission at Harkla is to help those with special needs live happy and healthy lives. We accomplish this through high-quality sensory products, child development courses, & The Harkla Sensory Club.Podcast listeners get 10% off their first order at Harkla with the discount code "sensory". Head to Harkla.co/sensory to start shopping nowLinks Mentioned in Today's Episode:Google Drive Folder with Freebies from JerrodJerrod Brown on LinkedInAmerican Institute for the Advancement of Forensic StudiesThe American Institute for the Advancement of Forensic Studies on Facebook The Listening Program ® - Advanced Brain Technologies
In this episode of Walking Distance presented by The Trek and hosted by Blissful Hiker (Alison Young), we are joined by Shalin Desai, a Triple Crowner and Vice President of Advancement at the Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC), and Aer Parris, a 2015 PCT thru-hiker who identifies as queer and gender neutral. Desai is also the first person of South Asian descent to become a Triple Crowner, and he also identifies as queer. After their 2015 thru-hike, Parris began blogging for REI, often writing about inclusivity on the trail and advocating for marginalized communities hoping to fit in in the outdoors. Blissful Hiker covers recent efforts for diversity, equity and inclusion, if marginalized communities need advocacy to get outdoors, and how different identities impact hikers on the trail. Garage Grown Gear discount code: Use code “distance10” to save 10% at garagegrowngear.com. Gossamer Gear discount code: Use code “walkingdistance” to save 15% off your cart at GossamerGear.com. Interview with Shalin Desai 0:56 - Trail experiences are infinite, because they're all so personal. I was never looking to find a ‘tribe' or have my identity acknowledged, but for the trail community to let me have my trail experience. 1:50 - More about Shalin Desai 3:20 - How were you introduced to the outdoors? 4:46 - You identify as a queer man. How did you find your trail family, or how did you find your chosen family before hitting the trail? 5:44 - Did you ever have any encounters on your thru-hikes that were disturbing? 8:29 - I wanted to ask you about the affinity groups. You're the first person to introduce the idea of affinity groups for the ATC. Why is it important and how does it work? 12:15 - Is it a concern though that affinity groups might further prejudice and fear of the “other”? 13:00 - Diversity, equity and inclusion - every company and organization talks about these words. What do you think are the biggest hurdles as far as trails and the outdoors now? Interview with Aer Parris 17:40 - Aer Parris' take on fitting in on trail and how to be more inclusive is a bit different. They discovered that it's less about changing how we speak to people who are marginalized, and more about how we understand them. 19:26 - Aer Parris started their 2015 thru-hike articulating their identity. 20:30 - What does it mean to be visibly queer on trail? 22:05 - Was the reason you tried to ‘pass' as cis on the trail because of safety concerns? 23:10 - Did you ever have any experiences that you considered dangerous or disturbing? 23:25 - Your tagline is “Words have the power to change the world. I use mine for forces of good. Sincere, sometimes snarky.” What do those words mean to you? 25:30 - Tell me about your advocacy journalism for REI; it's called Uncommon Path. Do you choose your own topics, and what's the most important to you? 26:30 - Why do you feel that marginalized communities need advocacy to enjoy the outdoors? 28:50 - The conversation about fitting in on the trail is an evolving one. As Shalin Desai pointed out, we're flying the airplane as we build it. I certainly want to hear your thoughts on the subject. You can always contact us at email@example.com. 29:40 - Aer challenged my concept of what it means to be a hiker on the trail – not because of their gender or sexual identity but by what they do now as a hiker. Aer is 31 and told me they are happily partnered, have a full time job, house and dog and want to start a family, so long distance thru-hiking is pretty much a thing of the past – but they connect to the outdoors in the way they want to. Mentioned in this episode: Appalachian Trail Conservancy - Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Wild East Women ATC Affinity Group Outdoor Afro Affinity Group Latinos Outdoors Affinity Group Brown People Camping Affinity Group Aer Parris blogs on REI How to Read REI's “Uncommon Path” Get all of the Walking Distance Podcast episodes. About Alison Young Alison Young, aka Blissful Hiker, is a former host and producer at American Public Media and professional flutist. She's thru-hiked New Zealand's Te Araroa and the Pacific Crest Trail, as well as long trails in South America, South Africa, Europe, Pakistan and all over the US. In her podcast Blissful Hiker, she shares personal essays from the trail along with collected sound. Her goal in life is to hike until she drops. Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes (and please leave us a review)! Find us on Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts. Follow Walking Distance on Facebook and Instagram. Follow The Trek on YouTube.
In this episode, Mark Sollis, Strategist and Creative for the global advancement consulting company, D3 Advancement Studio, shares his passion for personalisation and the reason your stakeholders expect a tailored experience. Hear why disruptive thinking, such as asking ‘what if' will protect you against behavioural phenomena such as confirmation bias, groupthink, and power dynamics. Listen in to learn about static and dynamic stability in data systems, and how digital engagement should be a feature in any engagement strategy, even in a post-pandemic environment.
The benefits of artificial intelligence are manifest and manifold, but can we recognize the drawbacks … and avoid them in time? In this episode, recorded before a live audience at the Seattle meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, we discuss who is making the ethical decisions about how we use this powerful technology, and a proposal to create a Hippocratic Oath for AI researchers. Guests: Oren Etzioni - CEO of The Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence Mark Hill - Professor of computer sciences at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and chair of the Computing Community Consortium Originally aired February 24, 2020
In this interview, Professor Katharine Hayhoe, one of climate change's most effective communicators, provides inspired guidance on how to navigate all sides of the conversation on a topic that is currently one of the most politicised and divisive. Katharine discusses her new book Saving Us: A Climate Scientist's Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World, illustrated her arguments with stories from her personal experiences. Katharine argues we need to go beyond facts and statistics and begin essential climate conversations with shared values, connect the issue to our individual identities, and help inspire collective action. For Katharine, urgency of action is paramount: “The key conclusion of the IPCC is simply this. Every year counts, every action matters, every choice can make a difference.” Katharine Hayhoe is an atmospheric scientist—and a professor of political science at Texas Tech University, where she is co-director of the Climate Science Center. She has served as lead author on the Second, Third, and Fourth National Climate Assessments. Katharine also hosts and produces the PBS Digital Series, Global Weirding, and serves on advisory committees for a broad range of organizations including the Smithsonian Natural History Museum, the Earth Science Women's Network, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. She has recently become Chief Scientist, at the Nature Conservancy, the world's largest conservation organization- her new book Saving Us: A Climate Scientist's Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World has just been published.
Brandon Zech talks with San Antonio-based artist Mark Menjivar about archives, social practice art, and Menjivar's new virtual residency project with Glasstire. "My work sometimes — some people engage with it and are like 'Really, is this art?' I remember being at a talk years back and someone asked 'Are you an artist? A journalist? A social worker?'" View "Security Questions," Mark Menjivar's project with Glasstire, here: https://projects.glasstire.com/menjivar This week's podcast is sponsored in part by CASETA, the Center for the Advancement and Study of Early Texas Art, and its 2021 Virtual Fall Forum celebrating Early Texas Art on Friday, October 1st and Saturday, October 2nd. The free program will feature a variety of lectures, tours and conversations with leading scholars and curators revolving around Early Texas Art. To see a complete list of events and register for the free program, please go here: https://www.caseta.org/2021-virtual-fall-forum If you enjoy Glasstire and would like to support our work, please consider donating. As a nonprofit, all of the money we receive goes back into our coverage of Texas art. You can make a one-time donation or become a sustaining, monthly donor here: https://glasstire.com/donate
In this episode, we are excited to host our first-panel discussion of three Reede Scholars from the class of 2000. We are joined by Dr. Kimberly Wyche, who will be the new Senior VP for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at ASHTO, Dr. Dora Hughes, Senior Advisor at CMS/CMMI, and Dr. Tamarah Duperval-Brownlee, Chief Health Officer at Accenture. These dynamic women share their professional journey in Health Equity and the importance of addressing the issue in multiple sectors at all levels of leadership. We also discuss what balance means when considering yourself, your family, and the community that you serve. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reede-scholars/support
This final episode in our DEI series features a discussion about the Health Equity Advancement Lab (HEAL) at the University of Iowa with PhD candidate, Jessica Andino. She chats with our crew about the opportunities for students and the importance of exploring these issues in an open an honest learning environment. Learn more about HEAL at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/about-heal/ A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-exploring-dei-issues-with-the-health-equity-advancement-lab/ Have an idea for a show? Questions or comments for our hosts? Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ramsey Call of the Day is a quick, daily dose of advice on life and money in under ten minutes. Hear from experts like Dave Ramsey, Ken Coleman, Rachel Cruze, Christy Wright, Dr. John Delony, and George Kamel. Part of the Ramsey Network. Delivered to you five days a week.
Ray White speaks to Research officer at the Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution, Dan Mafora about judiciary cases presented before courts this year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Our guest for this episode is Steven Shattuck, Chief Engagement Officer at Bloomerang and author of Robots Make Bad Fundraisers: How Nonprofits Can Maintain the Heart in the Digital Age. Steven shares how technology can help build relationships with donors and supporters, and if used incorrectly, can stunt the progression of these relationships and hinder the donor experience. Also, listen in to hear if giving days are effective as a fundraising strategy and what personally donating to your institution can teach you.
What if you had an account with ALL the monies, but you didn't know that you had access to it? That's equivalent to living without accessing the inheritance God has given you. Do you ever wonder what God has given you? Are you using what's already in your possession? Are you advancing? It's proper stewardship that brings increase and doing good for the long-haul is EVERYTHING. Tune into "Keys to Advancement" to learn how you can discover the joy of colaboring with God. Subscribe and share Spirit-Filled Real Talk on Spotify or Apple Podcasts! Have you subscribed to The Spirit-Filled Real Talk Podcast? No more waiting, subscribe, rate it and leave a comment to receive a FREE gift. Once you've done those things, email email@example.com, with subject "Free Gift."
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: The Biden Administration is facing a series of setbacks in Texas. A judge refused to block a new pro-life law and thousands of migrants are overwhelming the border patrol, which was already stretched thin. Meanwhile, General Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joints Chiefs of Staff, defended the calls he made without former President Donald Trump's knowledge, assuring the Chinese general that the US would not attack China. Director of Policy and Government Affairs at the American Principles Project, Jon Schweppe, joins to share his thoughts on General Milley's comments and the situation overall. On Saturday at the Vatican, there will be a meeting of former theology students of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI. The group has met at the end of each summer, since 2008. Director of EWTN Germany, Martin Rothweiler, joins to tell us more about the symposium. And from fighting for religious liberties in the Middle East, to standing up for the unborn on pro-life issues, Catholic Congressman Jeff Fortenberry shares how he looks at service as an extension of his faith. Finally this evening, a Catholic University in the Holy Land has opened a new nursing building. The $5 million building is considered a beacon of hope for the region. Vice President for Advancement at Bethlehem University, Brother Belayneh Medhanit, joins to tell us about the new nursing building and how it came to be. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
FNF's Linda Grahovec is the President of the Illinois Land Title Association for the upcoming year, while FNF's Elizabeth Wysong Berg serves as President of the Indiana Land Title Association through 2021. Both share a passion for the real estate industry, and are advocates for involvement, education and consumer protection. In this episode, Linda and Elizabeth sit down to compare notes and share how, and why, you should be a part your local associations no matter what industry you are in. Sharing your time and talents will result in growing both personally and professionally.
Dr. Janice Jackson, formerly the CEO of Chicago Public Schools, is now the Senior Fellow at Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. She joins John Williams to share advice she has for the new superintendent, Pedro Martinez, and to reflect on her responsibilities.
FASD Hope is a podcast series about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), through the lens of parent advocates with over nineteen years of lived experience. September is FASD Awareness Month! Episode 83 kicks off a 4 part, monthly series within FASD Hope titled "All About FASD - Professional Insights and Perspectives” with Dr. Jerrod Brown. This month's topic is FASD and the COVID19 Pandemic. Jerrod Brown, Ph.D., M.A., M.S., M.S., M.S. is a professor, trainer, researcher and consultant with multiple years of experience teaching collegiate courses. Jerrod is also the founder and CEO of the American Institute for the Advancement of Forensic Studies (AIAFS) and the Editor-in-Chief of Forensic Scholars Today (FST). Jerrod has completed four separate master's degree programs and holds graduate certificates in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Other Health Disabilities (OHD) and Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI). In this first "All About FASD" episode, Dr. Brown educates the listener about the following topics: the history of his extensive work in the FASD field, implications of the stressors of the COVID19 Pandemic on individuals with FASD (and their families), specific points about FASD and the COVID19 Pandemic, Trauma with the COVID19 Pandemic, Resources and Tips for Caregivers and Words of Hope and Encouragement. EPISODE RESOURCES - Dr. Jerrod Brown - firstname.lastname@example.org American Institute for the Advancement of Forensic Studies (AIAFS) https://www.aiafs.com FASD Hope - https://www.fasdhope.com/ email@example.com Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fasdhope/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fasdhope1 Twitter - https://twitter.com/fasdhope LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalie-vecchione-17212160/ Clubhouse - @natalievecc Check out our new book “Blazing New Homeschool Trails: Educating and Launching Teens with Developmental Disabilities” by Natalie Vecchione & Cindy LaJoy BUY IT NOW!
In the second of our fabulous four-part series on Viewing Rural Health, Education, and Business Through an Equity Lens. produced in collaboration with and supported by Grantmakers in Health, Michelle talks with Heather Dimeris. the Director for the Office for the Advancement of Telehealth (OAT), in the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and a Commander in the United States Public Health Service (USPHS); Marilyn Werber Serafini, director of the Health Project at the Bipartisan Policy Center and an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University; Mei Wa Kwong Executive Director for the Center for Connected Health Policy (CCHP), the federally designated National Telehealth Policy Resource Center; and Walter Panzirer, a Trustee at the Helmsley Charitable Trust and grandson of Leona Helmsley. During the pandemic, Dimeris notes, telehealth expanded exponentially in utilization. In 2020, health centers saw telehealth visits increase to more than 28 million, equating to a nearly 6,000% increase — with more than 5.7 million of these additional telehealth visits occurring in health centers serving rural communities This increase in telehealth services was possible because of the temporary flexibilities with telehealth reimbursement during the pandemic. She also discussed the many ways that HRSA is seeking to address equity issues in rural areas in the further expansion of telehealth services, including a focus on tele-emergency care last year and on direct-to-consumer care this year, in 2021. In addition, just last month, HRSA announced funding more than $19 million in key telehealth investments in rural and underserved communities. (Check out telehealth.hhs.gov for more information about telehealth and broadband resources for both patients and providers.) BPC recently conducted a national survey about lessons learned about telehealth use during the pandemic, Serafini notes, which found that about one in seven people (14%) who used telehealth said they would have sought care in an emergency department or urgent care if telehealth was not available, and that more than half of those people had their primary health issue resolved. The survey also found that consumers are likely to use telehealth in the future as it has served as a valuable tool for accessing routine and preventive care during the pandemic, she adds Kwong says that the pandemic broadened awareness of telehealth and its breadth of utilization, but adds that while telehealth is a terrific tool for providing these virtual services, it is important to note that many rural residents do not have the capability to access broadband. Panzirer describes how the Helmsley Foundation is funding needed health projects to address equity access in the rural upper Midwest. This episode and the entire series is sponsored by Grantmakers In Health (GIH), a nonprofit, educational organization dedicated to helping foundations and corporate giving programs improve the health of all people. Learn more by visiting www.gih.org
Our guest for this episode is Tracy Chalk, Chief Marketing Officer at The University of Newcastle, Australia. Hear about the three campaigns that earned the university one Gold Award, three Silver Awards and one Bronze Award in the 2021 Circle of Excellence Awards. Tracy shares how these campaigns utilised storytelling to connect with their future students, alumni, and the Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander communities, as well as how the university intends to support the advancement of Indigenous education and culture.
Vermont State Sen. Brian Campion says the attack on the Capitol building in Washington on January 6 should not be allowed to fade into history without a thorough examination and a vigorous national debate.In his position as director of public policy programs at the Center for the Advancement of Public Action (CAPA) at Bennington College in Bennington, Vermont; Campion has put together a series of symposia to discuss what happened.
In this episode of Talk Nerdy, Cara is joined by physicist Dr. Walter E. Massey to talk about his long and distinguished career as the past head of the National Science Foundation, president and chairman of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, director of Argonne National Laboratory, and president of Morehouse College, among countless other titles. They also talk about his new book, "In the Eye of the Storm: My Time as Chairman of Bank of America During the Country's Worst Financial Crisis."
Today's episode of Research Like a Pro is about what to do if you have a brick wall genealogy problem that you can't break down, or if you have a document in another language you need translated. These and other scenarios are perfect times to hire a professional genealogist to assist you with your research. We discuss how to find a genealogist that will fit your research needs, credentials, and tips for working with a professional. Links Hiring a Professional Genealogist: Why, What, and How by Diana at Family Locket https://familylocket.com/hiring-a-professional-genealogist-why-what-and-how/ Elusive Ancestors: Never Too Poor to Trace - NGS 2021 lecture by Elizabeth Shown Mills https://www.playbackngs.com/ngs2104-lv-02-ind-59180 Boston University Genealogical Programs Certificate https://genealogyonline.bu.edu/certificate Brigham Young University Family History Program https://history.byu.edu/family-history Association of Professional Genealogist's directory https://www.apgen.org/directory?current_page=1&sort_type=featured&asset_type=company_user&display_type=default The International Commission for the Accreditation of Professional Genealogists (ICAPGen) website contains a directory of researchers credentialed in a specific locality. https://www.icapgen.org/professionals/ The Board for the Certification of Genealogists (BCG) website contains a directory of board-certified genealogists. https://bcgcertification.org/directory/ The Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy (CAFG) website holds a directory https://www.forensicgenealogists.org/why-hire-a-member/directory/ Research Like a Pro Resources Research Like a Pro: A Genealogist's Guide book by Diana Elder with Nicole Dyer on Amazon.com - https://amzn.to/2x0ku3d Research Like a Pro eCourse - independent study course - https://familylocket.com/product/research-like-a-pro-e-course/ RLP Study Group - upcoming group and email notification list - https://familylocket.com/services/research-like-a-pro-study-group/ Research Like a Pro with DNA Resources Research Like a Pro with DNA: A Genealogist's Guide to Finding and Confirming Ancestors with DNA Evidence book by Diana Elder, Nicole Dyer, and Robin Wirthlin - https://amzn.to/3gn0hKx Research Like a Pro with DNA eCourse - independent study course - https://familylocket.com/product/research-like-a-pro-with-dna-ecourse/ RLP with DNA Study Group - upcoming group and email notification list - https://familylocket.com/services/research-like-a-pro-with-dna-study-group/ Thank you Thanks for listening! We hope that you will share your thoughts about our podcast and help us out by doing the following: Share an honest review on iTunes or Stitcher. You can easily write a review with Stitcher, without creating an account. Just scroll to the bottom of the page and click "write a review." You simply provide a nickname and an email address that will not be published. We value your feedback and your ratings really help this podcast reach others. If you leave a review, we will read it on the podcast and answer any questions that you bring up in your review. Thank you! Leave a comment in the comment or question in the comment section below. Share the episode on Twitter, Facebook, or Pinterest. Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, or your favorite podcast app. Sign up for our newsletter to receive notifications of new episodes - https://familylocket.com/sign-up/ Check out this list of genealogy podcasts from Feedspot: Top 20 Genealogy Podcasts - https://blog.feedspot.com/genealogy_podcasts/
Dr. Jacqueline Swank, Associate Professor at the University of Florida, and Dr. Anita Neuer Colburn, Associate Professor at the Family Institute at Northwestern University, join Drs. Gina and Gideon to talk about their recent work developing an instrument to measure competence in supervision practice. References from this episode: Swank, J. M., Liu, R., Neuer Colburn, A. A., & Williams, K. M. (2021). Development and Initial Validation of the Supervision Competencies Scale (SCS). International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 1-12. Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Taskforce on Best Practices in Clinical Supervision. (2011, April). Best practices in clinical supervision. Retrieved from https://acesonline.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/ACES-Best-Practices-in-Clinical-Supervision-2011.pdf DeVellis, R. F. (2016). Scale development: Theory and applications (Vol. 26). Sage publications. Grant, A. (2021). Think again: The power of knowing what you don't know. Viking.
It gives me great pleasure to welcome back to the show the remarkable Kelly Cat-Wells who, since we last spoke has made the "Forbes 30 under 30", gotten engaged (and married - SURPRISE!), and continues to catapult the careers of so many disabled people across the entertainment and sports world. Only the third time I have welcomed someone back to the show makes this episode that extra bit special but the content we cover is fantastic for anyone lost and drowning in their career to hear. Keely has found a way to enhance her magnificent career and companies, while making time to let love and companionship into her life to find success across all areas! It is important to make time for these particular episodes from time-to-time to remind ourselves of the power a healthy and happy existence away from our career can have on the direction of our career. Keely had to learn the hard way that immersing herself in her career success at the expense of her happiness was a road to long term disappointment, so she made space for it and boy did it pay off! If you didn't listen to the first episode with Keely I encourage you to do so here - https://careercompetitor.libsyn.com/actress-and-disability-activist-keely-cat-wells - so you can learn all about her career trajectory before hearing about her successes today!
What Causes Brain Inflammation And How Can We Fix It? | This episode is brought to you by ButcherBoxWhile inflammation is a natural part of life that serves a beneficial role to protect us and help us heal, systemic inflammation leads to disease. This type of persistent inflammation not only affects the body, it also affects the brain. In fact, neuroinflammation may be linked to everything from Alzheimer's and dementia to ADD, ALS, depression, and even schizophrenia.In this mini-episode, Dr. Hyman speaks to Drs. Daniel Amen and Todd LePine about how the foods we eat, the toxins we're exposed to, our stress levels, and our genetics are just some of the many aspects that can promote brain inflammation. They also discuss how they work with patients to reduce inflammation in the brain and in the body.Dr. Daniel Amen, has been paving the way for a new type of psychiatry, looking at the actual brain and using an integrative approach to prevent disease and successfully treat it. The Washington Post called Dr. Daniel Amen the most popular psychiatrist in America and Discover Magazine listed his brain imaging research as the top neuroscience story for 2015. He is a double board-certified psychiatrist and ten-time New York Times bestselling author, with such blockbuster books as The End of Mental Illness, Change Your Brain, Change Your Life, Healing ADD, Memory Rescue, Change Your Brain, Change Your Grades, and The Daniel Plan, co-authored by Pastor Rick Warren and myself. Dr. Todd LePine graduated from Dartmouth Medical School and is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, specializing in Integrative Functional Medicine. He is an Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner. Prior to joining The UltraWellness Center, he worked as a physician at Canyon Ranch in Lenox, MA, for 10 years. Dr. LePine's focus at The UltraWellness Center is to help his patients achieve optimal health and vitality by restoring the natural balance to both the mind and the body. His areas of interest include optimal aging, bio-detoxification, functional gastrointestinal health, systemic inflammation, autoimmune disorders and the neurobiology of mood and cognitive disorders. Dr. LePine teaches around the world, and has given lectures to doctors and patients at American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM), Age Management Medicine Group (AMMG), the University of Miami Integrative Medicine Conference, The Kripalu Center in Lenox, MA, and is on the faculty for American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M). Dr. LePine is the head of the Scientific Advisory Board for Designs for Health and a consultant for Diagnostic Solutions Laboratory. He enjoys skiing, kayaking, hiking, camping and golfing in the beautiful Berkshires, and is a fitness enthusiast.This episode is brought to you by ButcherBox. Right now ButcherBox has a special offer for new members. If you sign up today you'll get 2 ribeye steaks free in your first box plus $10 off by going to butcherbox.com/farmacy.Find Dr. Hyman's full-length conversation with Dr. Daniel Amen, “How To End Mental Illness” here: https://DrMarkHyman.lnk.to/DrDanielAmenFind Dr. Hyman's full-length conversation with Dr. Todd LePine, “Is Brain Inflammation The Cause of Depression, Dementia, ADD, And Autism? A Functional Medicine Approach To Neuroinflammation” here: https://DrMarkHyman.lnk.to/mRUGgEnr See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.