The Maroon's Jake Zucker and Gregory Caesar interview pianist and saxophonist Adegoke Colson, who performed live at the 2023 Hyde Park Jazz Festival. They are joined by his wife, composer and vocalist Iqua Colson, who is a Hyde Park native and alumna of Kenwood Academy. About Ade: "STEVE COLSON – aka ADEGOKE – pianist and composer, has performed internationally as a leader of jazz ensembles ranging from trios to orchestras. Born in Newark and raised in East Orange, NJ, he received his degree from Northwestern University School of Music and lived in Chicago for a decade before returning to reside on the East Coast. "A critically acclaimed figure in modern jazz, Steve's compositions are finding their way into the “jazz standard” repertoire and are being performed and recorded by some of today's jazz greats as well as by his own group. He became a member of The Association for Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) in the early 70s, a musicians' collective that has influenced music internationally in the 20th and 21st Century." About Iqua: "IQUA COLSON has been praised internationally by the media and placed in the company of some of our finest known vocal innovators including Betty Carter, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan and Abbey Lincoln, Iqua's work has been discussed in countless periodicals and books including a chapter in “Black Women & Music, More than the Blues” – which also features the great Leontyne Price. Her industry accolades include Vocal Talent Deserving Wider Recognition by Downbeat Magazine and Distinguished Achievement as a lyricist by Billboard. "A native of Chicago, Iqua was accepted to Northwestern University School of Music as a pianist after three years of high school. She was voted into The Association for Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) in the early 70s, the influential musicians' collective acknowledged worldwide as a primary influence in 20th and 21st Century music. She has recorded and performed in the U.S. and overseas collaborating with great artists, most frequently with her husband decorated pianist/composer Steve Colson." Read more about Ade and Iqua This interview was recorded at the Study at University of Chicago on Friday, September 22, 2023. Photo courtesy of colsonsmusic.com
The Maroon's Jake Zucker and William Kimani interview saxophonist and Chicago native Chico Freeman, who performed live at the 2023 Hyde Park Jazz Festival as part of the Chico Freeman Quintet. They are joined by Michael Allemana (Ph.D. '20), a researcher of ethnomusicology and Director of the University's Jazz Ensemble. Chico's bio: "Heralded as one of the most important saxophonists of our time, composer and producer Chico Freeman has perfected an immediately recognizable approach to music and composition, blending what he has experienced from his past and providing fluidity into a future of infinite musical possibilities. "As part of the Freeman family legacy of Chicago (legendary NEA Jazz Master saxophonist Von Freeman is his father and guitarist George Freeman and drummer Bruz Freeman are his uncles), Chico amassed a diverse performance résumé including R&B, blues, hard bop, and avant-garde. His collegiate studies in Advanced Composition and Theory at Northwestern University propelled him to a position teaching composition at the AACM (Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians) Music School, as well as a Master's degree in Composition and Theory at Governor State University, where he studied composition with NEA Jazz Master Muhal Richard Abrams." (hydeparkjazzfestival.org) This interview was recorded at the Study at University of Chicago on Saturday, September 23, 2023. Portrait courtesy of Gert Chesi
Dr. Thabele "Bay" Leslie-Mazwi (Chair, Neurology) explains how philanthropy is essential to the work we do in academic medicine, and why partnership with UW Medicine Advancement is a key to that success. Philanthropy can support our missions in each domain from education to research to clinical work. Focus on articulating the impact each donation will have on your work, utilize the unique skills of the Advancement team and the voice of your department leaders early on, and express continued gratitude for support received through your donor relationships. You may read the transcript here.Music by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com/)
Anne talks with the Director of Advancement for the Advocacy Center for Crime Victims and Children in Waco. Discussing the programs origins as a Rape Crisis Center, to what the program does today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this Talking SMART special episode, SMART General President Michael Coleman, SMACNA President Anthony Kocurek and returning guest host Dushaw Hockett discuss the Belonging and Excellence for All initiative, also known as BE4ALL. Their conversation, which took place at the end of August 2023 during the SMART Leadership Conference, explores why BE4ALL is so vital for the unionized sheet metal industry as we enter a period of unprecedented opportunity. “We have some projects where the workforce for that project alone exceeds the amount of members we have in that entire local,” said GP Coleman. "We cannot apprentice our way out of this problem. The numbers don't line up. So, we have to get outside our comfort zone. And we have to look at all kinds of different ways to bring in a workforce that's not the traditional way we did that. And the issue with that is we need to be welcoming when we do this.” The values of belonging and inclusion are not only a core part of the solidarity that defines our organization and the labor movement – they will be crucial to ensuring that local unions can meet the workforce demands created by megaprojects, federal legislation and a new emphasis on our industry. Only by bringing all workers into our union will we be able to secure the jobs, hours and collective bargaining strength that lie before us. Dushaw Hockett is the founder and executive director of Safe Places for the Advancement of Community and Equity (SPACEs), a Washington, DC-based organization that is working with SMART and SMACNA to move forward with the BE4ALL initiative.
Is it possible for technology to make us fundamentally better at the things that make us uniquely human? It's a bit of a paradox but the potential of what's possible and what's already happening today will blow your mind. In this Learning Tech Talks I'm chatting with Sophie Thompson, one of the brilliant minds behind VirtualSpeech, and let me tell you, it was enlightening. Her founder story sets the stage for why overcoming one of the most paralyzing human skills is so meaningful to her. In our discussion, we delved deep into how the fusion of AI and VR is shifting many paradigms in the ways we approach soft skill development. Ever wondered how the virtual world stacks up against real-world interactions, especially when it comes to diverse personalities? Much closer than you realize, and we unpack why. But what really caught my attention was an unexpected bonus of integrating AI into language learning - Sophie shared some remarkable insights that I believe are going to be game-changers for the continued globalization of everything we do. The more we spoke, the clearer it became that the horizon of skill development is vast and incredibly promising. Curious about what the future holds? Jump into this conversation with us. The future of learning? It's unfolding right here. ****Show Notes**** 0:00 - Introduction 1:55 - Overcoming Social Anxiety with Tech 11:22 - Building Confidence with Soft Skills 21:04 - Using VR Right 33:41 - The Impact of Generative AI 41:57 - The Advancement of Active Learning 54:07 - Making Accessibility Accessible --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/learningtechtalks/support
Darcia Narvaez returns to the podcast, along with co-author G.A. Bradshaw, to discuss their new book, The Evolved Nest: Nature's Way of Raising Children and Creating Connected Communities published by North Atlantic Books. G. A. Bradshaw, PhD, is the founder and director of The Kerulos Center for Nonviolence. Her diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder in free-living elephants launched the field of trans-species psychology. She holds doctorate degrees in ecology and psychology and a master's in geophysics and was a Fellow at the National Science Foundation National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis. Darcia Narvaez, PhD, MDiv, is Professor Emerita of Psychology at the University of Notre Dame. Her earlier careers include professional musician, business owner, classroom music teacher, classroom Spanish teacher and seminarian, among others. She is a fellow of the American Psychological Association and the American Educational Research Association and former editor of the Journal of Moral Education. Narvaez has written numerous publications, including more than 20 books. She has given presentations, lectures and workshops in 23 countries; was recently named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science; and in a 2020 analysis, emerged in the top 2% of scientists worldwide. Narvaez is the founder of The Evolved Nest Initiative, focused on developing appropriate baselines for lifelong human wellness by meeting the biological needs of infants. Episode Notes: - Purchase a copy of The Evolved Nest from Bookshop: https://bit.ly/3EVpbxM - Learn more about the authors' work at their websites: https://darcianarvaez.com / https://gabradshaw.com - Learn more about the evolved nest and watch the short film Breaking the Cycle: https://evolvednest.org / https://breakingthecyclefilm.org - The music featured is by Waxie: https://waxiemusiclibrary.com WEBSITE: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/lastborninthewilderness DONATE: https://www.paypal.me/lastbornpodcast SUBSTACK: https://lastborninthewilderness.substack.com BOOK LIST: https://bookshop.org/shop/lastbornpodcast DROP ME A LINE: Call (208) 918-2837 or http://bit.ly/LBWfiledrop EVERYTHING ELSE: https://linktr.ee/patterns.of.behavior
Dr. Morgan McCaskill grew up in the foothills of North Carolina on her family's dairy farm. She got her first horse at 5 years old and has continued to ride and be a part of the industry ever since. She continued her path in the animal industry by attending North Carolina State University and receiving a B.S. in Zoology with minors in both Animal Science and Nutrition. During her senior year at NCSU, she was introduced to animal chiropractic in one of her equine science courses and decided to pursue the career. She received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree for humans from Sherman College of Chiropractic in South Carolina and continued with post-graduate training in animal chiropractic in Texas. Following this training, she became a certified animal chiropractor by the Animal Chiropractic Certification Commission (ACCC) of the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA).Dr. Morgan moved to Wisconsin following her graduation from Sherman College where she ran her own practice for 2 years. Following the birth of her daughter, Dr. Morgan decided to move back to North Carolina to be closer to family and the Blue Ridge Mountains that have always been home. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking with her husband, Brett, her daughter, Sadie, and their two dogs, Zoe and Ace. She also enjoys riding her horses, Dixie and Drifter, and working on her family's farm. Topics covered in this episode:Dr. McCaskill's journey through school knowing she wanted to work on animals full-timeHow she balances a farm and running a businessWhy she chose to see mostly large animal patients onlyWhat brought Dr. McCaskill to the Business Basics CourseHow she reestablished a patient base after a big move during CovidThe benefit of knowing other chiropractors in your areaDr. McCaskill's takeaways from the Business Basics CourseEfficiency in a mobile practiceAddressing the needs of the pet ownerDr. McCaskill's advice to new chiropractorsLinks and Resources: Visit the BackCountry Chiropractic websiteVisit BackCountry Chiropractic on FacebookVisit BackCountry Chiropractic on InstagramMaking Strides for Animal Chiropractic links:Visit the Making Strides for Animal Chiropractic websiteVisit our Facebook PageVisit our Instagram Page Thank you to our sponsors!Academy for the Advancement of Animal ChiropracticiPoint Touch- Integrative Veterinary Medicine EHRThe Evidence Based ChiropractorHave an idea for the podcast? Leave us a survey! Become a patron of the podcastDonate here
In a thought-provoking conversation with Gregg Braden, we delve into the transformative concept of "Connecting Heart and Mind." Braden emphasises the heart's unique neural network, enabling us to transcend judgments and polarities. He shares personal experiences highlighting the heart's healing power and introduces heart-brain coherence through simple practices that enhance well-being and resilience. The Beauty Prayer, inspired by Navajo tradition, encourages us to embrace beauty as a guiding force in our lives. Braden also calls on us to acknowledge our innate divinity, offering a path to overcome external fears. Amidst global challenges, he urges us to focus on personal growth and conscious choices, presenting a roadmap to navigate our ever-changing world. This podcast interview empowers us to approach life with grace and unwavering resilience, uniting heart, and mind for a brighter future. About Gregg Braden Gregg Braden is a five-time New York Times best-selling author, scientist, international educator and renowned as a pioneer in the emerging paradigm based in science, social policy and human potential. From 1979 to 1991 Gregg worked as a problem solver during times of crisis for Fortune 500 companies, including Cisco Systems, where he became the first Technical Operations Manager in 1991. He continues problem-solving today as his work reveals deep insights into the new human story, and how the discoveries inform the policies of everyday life and the emerging world. To date his research has led to 15 film credits and 12 award-winning books now published in over 40 languages. Gregg is the proud recipient of numerous awards including The Walden Award for New Thought, The Illuminate Award for Conscious Visionaries and he is listed in the United Kingdom's Watkins Journal among the top 100 of “the world's most spiritually influential living people” for the 7th consecutive year. He is a nominee for the prestigious Templeton Award, established to honor “outstanding living individuals who have devoted their talents to expanding our vision of human purpose and ultimate reality.” Gregg is actively involved in visionary organizations and think tanks including the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), The Evolutionary Leadership Organization, The Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research and The Arlington Institute. He has presented his discoveries in over 30 countries on six continents and has been invited to speak to The United Nations, Fortune 500 companies and the U. S. military. You can watch the video of the interview on YouTube Videos on Heart Coherence by Gregg Braden These Powerful Methods Will Build the Bridge Between the Heart & the Brain Two Powerful Methods to Awaken Hear & Brain Connection Three Keys to Heart - Brain - Earth - Harmony Find Out More About Gregg Braden Visit Gregg Braden's Website Connect with Gregg Braden on Facebook Follow Gregg Braden on Instagram @Gregg.Braden Watch Gregg's Amazing YouTube Channel
In this episode, Zach sits down with Ashley Budd, a marketing director at Cornell University, to discuss the past, present, and future of Advancement Marketing in Higher Education. Ashley revisits the early days of working in marketing and communications and recounts how she had to secure the social handles on Facebook and Instagram for the Rochester Institute of Technology, and also unpacks:What it's like raising money at an Ivy Leage schoolHow marketing and communication strategies with alumni and donors need to be reimaginedSome ideas she has for creating more meaningful relationships with students before they become alumniAnd some hot takes she has on the future of higher ed marketing more generally.Ashley invites you to connect with her on LinkedIn and to sign up for her popular newsletter, Ashley in your Inbox, at ashleybudd.com. This Episode is Sponsored by PathifyMeet Pathify — an innovative higher ed engagement hub that puts students at the center of their college journey. Pathify sits at the center of your school's digital ecosystem, becoming the single, user experience interface tying together all systems, content, and communications. Their engagement hub elevates the information that matters most and pushes systems like the SIS behind the scenes where they belong, making it simpler for students to discover and engage with the opportunities your institution provides at every step of their higher ed journey, from prospect to alumni. What's even better, Pathify has a mobile experience that provides 100% parity with the responsive web app, so your campus app is always in sync. Pathify is a platform that EVERY stakeholder on campus — from marketing, to admissions, to student affairs, to IT, etc., — can get equally excited about. Learn more about how Pathify is uniting strategic units across campus and bettering the entire student experience by visiting Pathify.com About the Enrollify Podcast Network The Enrollify Podcast is a part of the Enrollify Podcast Network. If you like this podcast, chances are you'll like other Enrollify shows too! Our podcast network is growing by the month and we've got a plethora of marketing, admissions, and higher ed technology shows that are jam packed with stories, ideas, and frameworks all designed to empower you to be a better higher ed professional. Our shows feature a selection of the industry's best as your hosts. Learn from Jaime Hunt, Allison Turcio, Corynn Myers, Dustin Ramsdell, Terry Flannery, Jaime Gleason and many more. Learn more about The Enrollify Podcast Network at podcasts.enrollify.org. Our shows help higher ed marketers and admissions professionals find their next big idea — come and find yours!
Attention animal lovers and adventure enthusiasts! I recently sat down with Rhealyn Carter, the VP of Advancement at the Dallas Zoo, to dive into all the exciting details about this year's Zoo To Do event. If you've ever wanted to stroll alongside elephants while sipping cocktails and savoring gourmet dishes from the best chefs in Dallas, now's your chance! Rhealyn shares all the details on what makes this year's Zoo to Do an unforgettable night and one you won't want to miss.Rhealyn also discusses how this annual event fuels the Dallas Zoo's critical mission of providing top-notch animal care, offering unique educational experiences, and strengthening wildlife conservation efforts. Every ticket you buy directly contributes to creating a better world for animals.Save the Date: Saturday, November 4, 2023 Time: 6-11 p.m.Location: Dallas Zoo, 650 South R.L. Thornton FreewayAttire: Safari Chic (Don't forget comfortable footwear!) Parking: Complimentary valet at the Dallas Zoo Main EntranceFor more information and to purchase tickets click here This episode sponsored by Cram Crew and SA Oral Surgeons. To learn more and to book an appointment visit https://cramcrew.com/ and https://www.saoralsurgeons.com/
The International Criminal Court reports a "cybersecurity incident." ShroudedSnooper intrusion activity is both novel and simple. Criminal malware targets Chinese-speaking victims. The costs of insider risk. More on the casino attacks (and related social engineering capers). In our Learning Layer segment, Sam Meisenberg drops into a CISSP tutoring session and offers some test-taking tips. Our guest is Aaron Brazelton, Dean of Admissions and Advancement at the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering. And the Clorox incident shows how one company navigates unfamiliar new SEC rules. Join Sam Meisenberg as he drops into a CISSP tutoring session talking about the difference between due diligence and due care along with some test-taking tips. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/12/180 Learning Layer. Learning about the CISSP certification from (ISC)² Selected reading. War crimes tribunal ICC says it has been hacked (Reuters) International Criminal Court says cybersecurity incident affected its information systems last week (AP News) Hackers breached International Criminal Court's systems last week (BleepingComputer) New ShroudedSnooper actor targets telecommunications firms in the Middle East with novel Implants (Cisco Talos) ShroudedSnooper's HTTPSnoop Backdoor Targets Middle East Telecom Companies (The Hacker News) Chinese Malware Appears in Earnest Across Cybercrime Threat Landscape (Proofpoint) Hackers who breached casino giants MGM, Caesars also hit 3 other firms, Okta says (Reuters) Las Vegas casino ransomware attacks: Okta in the spotlight (The Stack) MGM losing up to $8.4M per day as cyberattack paralyzes slot machines, hotels for 8th straight day: analyst (New York Post) Caesars reports cyberattack but did not go offline (Top Class Actions) What Las Vegas tourists need to know about casino hacks (Washington Post) MGM, Caesars Face Regulatory, Legal Maze After Cyber Incidents (Dark Reading) Clorox Cyberattack Brings Early Test of New SEC Cyber Rules (Wall Street Journal) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Host Henderson Blumer is joined by the Director of the Patty Disney Center for Life and Work (PDCLW), Jen Hitchings, and the Assistant Director for Career Connections & Development, Lonnie Woods III. Jen and Lonnie discuss the programs and services offered by the PDCLW as well as what it means to be a working artist. To learn more about the Patty Disney Center for Life and work, and the career services opportunities offering to CalArts students and alumnx, visit calarts.edu/clwYou can subscribe to the “Career Corner” newsletter.Request an appointment with an advisor.Beyond the Blue Wall Season 3 theme music (the intro is “Lima” and the outro is “Salta") was created and performed by Nicolas Savignano (Film/Video MFA 18). You can learn more about Nico and his work by visiting him on Instagram at @_oknico. Beyond the Blue Wall is a production of the CalArts Office of Advancement.
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SHOW TOPICThe Seneca Valley Foundation presents the Ryan Gloyer Memorial Run with Ms. Annie MersingSPECIAL GUESTMs. Annie Mersing, Seneca Valley Foundation Director of DevelopmentMs. Annie Mersing earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a Concentration in Management from Robert Morris University. Ms. Mersing has been in the Seneca Valley School District since 2019, first serving as the Executive Assistant to the Superintendent of Schools. Now in the role as the Director of Development for the Seneca Valley Foundation, Ms. Mersing also serves as the District's Director of Advancement and provides assistance with securing and writing District grants.IN THIS EPISODE, WE WILL REVIEWWhat is the Ryan Gloyer Memorial Run?Where and when the event will take place and who can participate. The mission of the Ryan Gloyer Memorial Run.What the event proceeds go toward?How can someone register for the event.
Brenda McPhail is at the intersection of technology, civil liberties & human rights. Her PhD is in the social impacts of tech, with a focus on surveillance & privacy in areas like workplace surveillance, health information privacy, & AI regulation. She's currently the Acting Exec Dir of the Master in Public Policy in Digital Society program at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. In this episode, we explore the medical advancements brain computer interfacing may bring us, how could change our idea of consciousness, how Florida & China have used brain fingerprinting to solve crimes & mitigate workplace violence, how Chile has amended their constitution to support thought liberty, consent vs convenience & what you can do to protect your privacy.If you like this episode, you'll also like episode 168: WELCOME TO THE FUTURE: AI, SMART CITIES & DATA NESTING DOLLSGuest: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brenda-mcphail-49222115/ | https://twitter.com/BJMcPHost: https://www.meredithforreal.com/ | https://www.instagram.com/meredithforreal/ | email@example.com | https://www.youtube.com/meredithforreal | https://www.facebook.com/meredithforrealthecuriousintrovertSponsors: Ready to shop better hydration, use my special link https://zen.ai/meredithforrealthecuriousintrovert1 to save 20% off anything you order | https://uwf.edu/university-advancement/departments/historic-trust/ | https://www.ensec.net/
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Tremenda conversación. Wao, la verdad que aprender de como funcionan las cosas políticas en las ciencias es excesivamente importante para poder hacer ciencia. Aquí el gran J. Alvelo nos explica lo que implica hacer ciencia, como recibir fondos y lo que se puede hacer para aprender mas sobre esto. También tocamos el tema de las vacunas, los virus y la manera de ver la comunicación científica de una manera objetiva, como que se esta haciendo y que se tiene que hacer. The climate is changing. Engineering education needs to change as well - Martin - 2022 - Journal of Engineering Education - Wiley Online Library Navigating the New Arctic and the UN Ocean Decade: Ingenta Connect Jesus Alvelo (@MinistroCiencia) / X (twitter.com)California Policy Actions for Pandemic Preparation, Response, and Recovery - California Council on Science & Technology (CCST)Jesus Alvelo: AAAS Policy Fellow Turns from Bacteria to Budgets | American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)curiosidad científica podcast(curiosidadcientificapodcast) - Official - LinktreeCuriosidad cientifica podcast (@curiosidadcitfk) / X (twitter.com)vale.alva (@curiosidacientificapodcast) • Instagram photos and videos --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/agustin-valenzuela/support
Randolph Nesse is the Founder of Evolutionary Medicine & Psychiatry. He is Professor Emeritus of the Departments of Psychiatry and Psychology, and Institute for Social Research, The University of Michigan; Research Professor of Life Sciences, and Founding Director of The Center for Evolution and Medicine, Arizona State University; Founding President of The International Society for Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health. He is a Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science, a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, and an elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. EPISODE LINKS: Randy's Website: http://randolphnesse.com/ Randy's Books: https://tinyurl.com/2s3esmf2 Randy's Publications: https://tinyurl.com/fvebpdkt TIMESTAMPS: (0:00) - Introduction (0:30) - Free Will (10:56) - Belief in Free Will (13:57) - Evolution of Morality (19:40) - Kin Selection & Selfish Genes (Dawkins was right) (24:25) - Stigma behind Evolutionary Science (27:22) - Evolution & Religion (30:52) - Freud & the Unconscious (36:44) - Why does biology affect psychology? (45:10) - Limits of the DSM & Understanding the Mind (54:33) - Metacognition & Intuition (59:19) - Evolutionary Psychiatry (Natural Selection & Mental Disorder) (1:04:21) - Did Mental Illness Evolve? Good Reasons For Bad Feelings (1:08:40) - The Smoke Detector Principle (Signal Detection Theory) (1:13:23) - Hypophobia (not enough anxiety) & Mania (1:26:53) - Psychosis & Paranoia (1:30:10) - Adapting to Our Environment (1:35:29) - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) (1:39:33) - Addressing the Medicalization Human Experience (1:45:35) - Psychiatry's Defense (1:49:16) - Conclusion CONNECT: - Website: https://tevinnaidu.com/ - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drtevinnaidu - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drtevinnaidu/ - Twitter: https://twitter.com/drtevinnaidu/ - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drtevinnaidu/ For Business Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org ============================= ABOUT MIND-BODY SOLUTION: Mind-Body Solution explores the nature of consciousness, reality, free will, morality, mental health, and more. This podcast presents enlightening discourse with the world's leading experts in philosophy, physics, neuroscience, psychology, linguistics, AI, and beyond. It will change the way you think about the mind-body dichotomy by showing just how difficult — intellectually and practically — the mind-body problem is. Join Dr. Tevin Naidu on a quest to conquer the mind-body problem and take one step closer to the mind-body solution. Dr Tevin Naidu is a medical doctor, philosopher & ethicist. He attained his Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery degree from Stellenbosch University, & his Master of Philosophy degree Cum Laude from the University of Pretoria. His academic work focuses on theories of consciousness, computational psychiatry, phenomenological psychopathology, values-based practice, moral luck, addiction, & the philosophy & ethics of science, mind & mental health. ===================== Disclaimer: We do not accept any liability for any loss or damage incurred from you acting or not acting as a result of watching any of our publications. You acknowledge that you use the information provided at your own risk. Do your research. Copyright Notice: This video and audio channel contain dialog, music, and images that are the property of Mind-Body Solution. You are authorised to share the link and channel, and embed this link in your website or others as long as a link back to this channel is provided. © Mind-Body Solution
Robert Kilo, Senior Director of Advancement at Center for Christian Virtue, shares with us today the importance of voting for LIFE at the state level. "The mission of CCV is to seek the good of our neighbors by advocating for public policy that reflects the truth of the Gospel." Robert is humble and kind, but God has planted a strong heart in this man to protect the unborn. "Vote LIFE", says Robert.
One of the most crucial but often overlooked aspects of American democracy is voter registration. Host Simone Leeper speaks with expert guests that provide a comprehensive view of the challenges that ordinary citizens face in registering to vote, from convoluted registration processes to restrictive laws and administrative hurdles. Julie Hilberg tells her story of how her name was illegally purged from the voting rolls along with 100,000 other voters in Texas. CLC's Senior Director of Voting Rights, Danielle Lang, guides listeners through the labyrinth of barriers that many Americans encounter when attempting to register to vote. And Nimrod Chapel Jr. shares how his work with the NAACP in Missouri examines the on-the-ground challenges faced by voter registration groups across the country. With a sobering yet hopeful perspective on voter registration, this episode also explores the efforts being made across the U.S. to modernize this fundamental democratic process. Host and Guests: Simone Leeper litigates a wide range of redistricting-related cases at CLC, challenging gerrymanders and advocating for election systems that guarantee all voters an equal opportunity to influence our democracy. Prior to arriving at CLC, Simone was a law clerk in the office of Senator Ed Markey and at the Library of Congress, Office of General Counsel. She received her J.D. cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center in 2019 and a bachelor's degree in political science from Columbia University in 2016.Julie Hilberg is a resident of Atascosa County, Texas. She became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 2015 and serves as the Democratic Chairwoman for Atascosa County. Voting and civic engagement are important to Julie and she has enjoyed being able to exercise her freedom to vote since she first registered in 2015.Danielle Lang is Senior Director, Voting Rights at Campaign Legal Center. She litigates in state and federal courts from trial to the Supreme Court, and advocates for equitable and meaningful voter access at all levels of government. Danielle has worked as a civil rights litigator her entire career. At CLC, she has led litigation against Texas's racially discriminatory voter ID law, Florida's modern-day poll tax for rights restoration, Arizona's burdensome registration requirements, North Dakota's voter ID law targeting Native communities, and numerous successful challenges to signature match policies for absentee ballots.Nimrod Chapel, Jr. is president of the Missouri State Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. He is an experienced trial attorney with over a decade of practice ranging from work in law firms to state government and covering a wide range of legal issues. Nimrod was responsible for a broad array of complex litigation regarding enforcement of civil rights, discrimination, consumer protection, and wage and hour and accessibility laws throughout Missouri. Links:I've Been a U.S. Citizen Since 2015. My State is Threatening to Purge Me From the RollsModernizing Voter RegistrationCLC Represents Missouri Civic Engagement Groups in Challenge to Anti-Voter LawIn Win for Voters, Missouri Judge Blocks Law Restricting Voter Engagement Activity About CLC:Democracy Decoded is a production of Campaign Legal Center, a nonpartisan nonprofit organization which advances democracy through law at the federal, state and local levels, fighting for every American's right to responsive government and a fair opportunity to participate in and affect the democratic process. Learn more about us. Democracy Decoded is part of The Democracy Group, a network of podcasts that examines what's broken in our democracy and how we can work together to fix it.We want to hear from you! Thank you for taking a few minutes to complete our survey. Your feedback helps understand what you love about Democracy Decoded and how we can make it even better. To show our thanks, you'll be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a $50 American Express gift card. We appreciate your time!
Thirty years of the Oslo accords and it is not dead and continues to shape the reality in the territories. This, according to Dr. Ronnie Shaked, an expert on the Palestinians from the Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace at Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He told reporter Arieh O'Sullivan that Oslo was irreversible and that there was a de-facto Palestinian state which Israel needed to make sure functioned and even allow it to be strengthened in order to suppress terrorism. (photo: Yossi Zamir/flash90)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What is the Technical College of the Lowcountry's Workforce Readiness Center? What's the latest going on in Bluffton? What is the fall festival schedule? Tune into Power Hour, where you can get unfiltered information about hot topics in our community straight from the source. Speakers include: - Mary Lee Carns, Vice President for Advancement and Workforce Development at the Technical College of the Lowcountry - Bluffton Mayor Lisa Sulka - Frank Soule, Parks and Rec Executive Director at the Island Recreation Association
Dr. Angelo Marinakis is passionate about health, fitness, and wellness. He is originally from Canada where he completed his undergraduate work at the University of Toronto. After completing his undergrad Dr. Angelo entered the chiropractic program at Life University in Atlanta, Georgia, and graduated in June of 2000.Dr. Angelo moved to Vermont after graduation and practiced family wellness chiropractic in the snowy Green Mountain State for 14 years before moving to Texas in June of 2014. After taking a one-year break from active practice (when he worked to develop a training program for a local dog facility), Dr. Angelo returned to chiropractic in August of 2015 and now operates practices in Round Rock, TX, and San Marcos, TX.Dr. Angelo resides in San Marcos with his wife Paige and their 5 dogs Vinnie, Hilda, Vito, Niko, and Gertie.Topics covered in this episode:What motivated Dr. Angelo to take on the task of changing Animal Chiropractic laws in TexasTaking the first steps to assemble a team and the key roles you needWriting the language of the billSetting up a political action committee (PAC) and bank accountCommon hurdles when going through the processWhat happens during a committee hearingThe emotional toll that trying to get a bill passed can take on the committeeWhat are the next steps for Texas?Links and Resources: Visit the Active Life Chiropractic websiteFind Active Life Chiropractic on FacebookMaking Strides for Animal Chiropractic links:Visit the Making Strides for Animal Chiropractic websiteVisit our Facebook PageVisit our Instagram Page Thank you to our sponsors!Academy for the Advancement of Animal ChiropracticiPoint Touch- Integrative Veterinary Medicine EHRThe Evidence Based ChiropractorHave an idea for the podcast? Leave us a survey! Become a patron of the podcast:Donate here
The Book of Acts tells the story of “The Continuing Work of Christ.” Following Jesus's death, resurrection, and ascension, the Father's plan is continued through the Son as the Spirit empowers his disciples for gospel ministry. From the opening verses of the Book of Acts we are met with certain programmatic themes that are crucial to the entire book. As we set our course today, we discover three of those: 1. The Certainty of Christ's Continuing Work, 2. The Promise of the Holy Spirit, 3. The Advancement of the Gospel.
I first learned about British physicist and chemist Sir William Crookes (1832-1919) several months ago, while working on my episode on X-rays. Recently, while reading Violet Tweedale's Ghosts I Have Seen and Other Psychic Experiences, I learned that Sir William had an interest in spiritual and paranormal matters in addition to the sciences. In this episode, I focus on some of his better known scientific discoveries (and will discuss his relationship to the paranormal next time). ***** References Barral, Miguel. “The Ghosts of William Crookes.” https://www.bbvaopenmind.com/en/science/leading-figures/the-ghosts-of-william-crookes/ Crookes, Sir William. On radiant matter [microform] : a lecture delivered to the British Association for the Advancement of Science, at Sheffield, Friday, August 22, 1879. https://archive.org/details/onradiantmatterl00croorich/page/7/mode/2up Division of Chemical Education, Purdue University. “6.1 Crookes' Tube.” https://chemed.chem.purdue.edu/genchem/demosheets/6.1.htm National MagLab. “William Crookes.” https://nationalmaglab.org/magnet-academy/history-of-electricity-magnetism/pioneers/william-crookes/ Sella, Andrea. “Crookes' tube.” https://www.chemistryworld.com/opinion/crookes-tube/8381.article Travis, Anthony S. “Introduction: Food or Famine.” https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-68963-0_1 Tweedale, Violet. Ghosts I Have Seen and Other Psychic Experiences. https://www.gutenberg.org/files/39769/39769-h/39769-h.htm#Page_33 Wikipedia “Atomic, molecular, and optical physics.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atomic,_molecular,_and_optical_physics#Optical_physics “Crookes radiometer.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crookes_radiometer “Organic chemistry.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organic_chemistry “Phenakistiscope.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phenakistiscope “Robert Bunsen.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Bunsen “William Crookes.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Crookes ***** Email: email@example.com Twitter (or X, or whatever it's called now): twitter.com/victorianvarie1 Threads: threads.net/@marisadf13 Buy Me a Coffee: buymeacoffee.com/marisadf13 Linktree: https://linktr.ee/thevictorianvarietyshow I'd greatly appreciate it if you could take a moment to rate & review this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Goodpods, Spotify, Podchaser, Audible, or wherever you listen, as that will help this podcast reach more listeners! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/marisa-d96/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/marisa-d96/support
Richard Sclove's newest book — Escaping Maya's Palace: Decoding an Ancient Myth to Reveal and Heal the Hidden Madness of Modern Civilization (Karavelle Press, 2023)— won a 2023 Gold Nautlilus Book Award, capturing the top prize in the category “World Cultures' Transformational Development & Growth.” Richard founded and for thirteen years directed the Loka Institute, a nonprofit organization dedicated to making research, science, and technology responsive to democratically decided priorities. He is also a cofounder of the ECAST (Expert and Citizens Assessment of Science and Technology) network and of the Living Knowledge network. He has been the Director of Strategic Planning at the Mind and Life Institute, co-founded by the Dalai Lama, and a Project Director at the Center for Contemplative Mind in Society. Richard's 1995 book Democracy and Technology received the Don K. Price Award of the American Political Science Association honoring “the year's best book in science, technology, and politics.” He is an elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He has published in numerous venues, including the Washington Post, Newsweek, the Christian Science Monitor, Adbusters, Yes! Magazine, Utne Reader, Tikkun, Huffington Post, Technology Review, the Chronicle of Higher Education, Science magazine, Nature magazine, Issues in Science and Technology, Futures, and Science, Technology and Human Values. Dr. Sclove has taught and lectured at universities worldwide and delivered many plenary and keynote addresses. He has prepared invited testimony for the House Science Committee of the U.S. Congress and given one-on-one policy briefings to U.S. and other national decision-makers, including the Director of the National Science Foundation and the President's Science Advisor. Richard earned his B.A. degree in environmental studies from experimental, interdisciplinary Hampshire College and, from MIT, an M.S. in nuclear engineering and a Ph.D. in political theory. He held the Ciriacy-Wantrup Postdoctoral Fellowship in Economics at the University of California at Berkeley. Richard has been a meditator for over 40 years, studied with more than half a dozen spiritual teachers, and lived for a year in an ashram/orphanage in Varanasi, India. Dr. Susan Grelock Yusem is an independent researcher trained in depth psychology, with an emphasis on community, liberation, and eco-psychologies. Her work centers around interconnection and encompasses regenerative food systems, the arts and conservation. She directs narrative development at the innovative global nonprofit Commonweal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Dr. David Gutmann is the Donald O. Schnuck Family Professor of Neurology and Director of the Neurofibromatosis Center at Washington University School of Medicine. Dr. Gutmann's expertise lies in the study of neurofibromatosis, or NF, a genetic disorder which causes tumor growth in the nervous system throughout the body. His work has received international recognition, resulting in him being honored with the 2012 Children's Tumor Foundation Frederich von Recklinghausen award and Election as a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He was also awarded an Alexander von Humboldt Award and an Einstein Fellowship from the Berlin Institute of Health to allow for the creation of an international research team. He is also recognized for pioneering preclinical models of brain tumors in mice. Dr. Gutmann is truly a world-class scientist and clinician and I was very happy to talk to him, so I hope you enjoy this episode.
Massimo Pigliucci, author of The Quest for Character: What the Story of Socrates and Alcibiades Teaches Us About Our Search for Good Leaders, joins the show to answer a three thousand year old question: Are we born with good character or can we develop it? Professor Pigliucci and Joe discuss how the ancient Greeks and Romans approached character development and how and their ancient teachings can help us live better lives today. Prof. Pigliucci has a PhD in Evolutionary Biology from the University of Connecticut and a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Tennessee. He currently is the K.D. Irani Professor of Philosophy at the City College of New York. His research interests include the philosophy of science, the nature of pseudoscience, and practical philosophies like Stoicism and New Skepticism.Prof. Pigliucci has been elected fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science “for fundamental studies of genotype by environmental interactions and for public defense of evolutionary biology from pseudo-scientific attack.” In the area of public outreach, Prof. Pigliucci has published in national and international outlets such as the New York Times, Washington Post, and the Wall Street Journal, among others. He is a Fellow of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry and a Contributing Editor to Skeptical Inquirer. He writes on practical and general philosophy at Medium. At last count, Prof. Pigliucci has published 176 technical papers in science and philosophy. He is also the author or editor of 16 books, including the best selling How to Be A Stoic: Using Ancient Philosophy to Live a Modern Life (Basic Books). Other titles include Nonsense on Stilts: How to Tell Science from Bunk (University of Chicago Press), and The Quest for Character: What the Story of Socrates and Alcibiades Teaches Us about Our Search for Good Leaders (Basic Books).
We know that tracking your diet and exercise can have positive impacts on your motivation to make healthier choices, but could tracking your mood have similar benefits? Justin and Lance discuss how Apple is rolling out a mood tracker and dive into the uncertain world of tipping in 2023. tags: justin weller, lance jackson, mood, tracker, journal, mental health, apple, technology, advancement, apple watch, iphone, tsou
Sign up for The Automotive Leaders Letter Watch the full video on YouTube - click hereIn this insightful podcast episode, Cheryl Thompson, CEO of the Center for Automotive Diversity, Inclusion, and Advancement (CADIA), joins host Jan Griffiths to discuss the critical topic of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) in the automotive industry. Cheryl shares her inspiring journey, from washing dishes in the basement of Ford Motor Company to becoming a CEO, highlighting the possibilities for personal growth and professional excellence.The conversation also touches on Cheryl's role at American Axle & Manufacturing and her efforts to champion DE&I within the organization. Demystifying DE&I, Cheryl emphasizes that it's about creating workplaces where everyone feels valued, respected, and has equitable opportunities. She introduces the concept of the "fear zone," a barrier to meaningful DE&I progress, and addresses common pushbacks and resistance faced in DE&I initiatives.Cheryl outlines the critical elements of an effective DE&I strategy, including leadership commitment, systemic change, and creating inclusive cultures. She also shares CADIA's mission to double the number of diverse leaders in the automotive industry by 2030 and highlights the tangible bottom-line impact that diversity and inclusion can have. The episode concludes with Cheryl offering valuable advice to leaders in the automotive industry: the importance of self-awareness and fostering an inclusive environment.Themes discussed in this episode:Diversity, Equity, and InclusionPersonal and professional growthCrafting an Effective DE&I StrategyChallenges and Pushbacks in DE&IBalancing Psychological Safety and AccountabilitySignificance of self-awarenessFeatured Guest: Cheryl ThompsonWhat she does: Cheryl Thompson is CEO and Founder of the Center for Automotive Diversity, Inclusion, and Advancement. (CADIA) Cheryl possesses a wealth of experience in the automotive sector, having held key roles at prominent companies such as Ford and American Axle.On leadership: “I think that leaders, particularly leaders who have been around for a while, think that they know everything, they think they've got it all figured out. And nobody has it all figured out.”Mentioned in this episode:Center for Automotive Diversity, Inclusion and Advancement (CADIA)Gallup surveyNational Defense Industrial AssociationGoogle in Project Aristotle 2012CADIA ConnectsMeet Stephen M. R. Covey, Global authority on trust, leadership, and culture. New York Times best-selling...
This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health, Sensate, ButcherBox, and Thrive Market.We're in the midst of a psychedelic renaissance. Compounds that have long been considered recreational drugs by conventional standards are finally being recognized through science as powerful tools for overcoming hard-to-treat health issues like PTSD, depression, addiction, and more. Today on The Doctor's Farmacy, I'm excited to talk to my good friend and one of the world's most renowned mycologists, Paul Stamets, all about psilocybin and how this compound is helping us reimagine our way of treating one of the most important public health crises today—mental illness. Paul Stamets is a speaker, author, mycologist, medical researcher, and entrepreneur and is considered an intellectual and industry leader in fungi: habitat, medicinal use, and production. His breakthrough research has created a paradigm shift for helping ecosystems worldwide. He has received numerous awards, including Invention Ambassador for the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the National Mycologist Award from the North American Mycological Association (NAMA), and the Gordon & Tina Wasson Award from the Mycological Society of America (MSA). In 2020, Paul was inducted into the Explorer's Club. He has been awarded myriad patents in the field of mycology. Paul is the founder and sole owner of Fungi Perfecti, LLC, the maker, and marketer of the category-leading myco-supplement Host Defense line.This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health, Sensate, ButcherBox, and Thrive Market.Access more than 3,000 specialty lab tests with Rupa Health. You can check out a free, live demo with a Q&A or create an account at RupaHealth.com today.Head on over to getsensate.com/Farmacy and use code FARMACY to get 10% off your Sensate device today.For new members of ButcherBox, you can receive New York strip steaks for a year PLUS $20 off your first order. Go to ButcherBox.com/farmacy and use code FARMACY.Thrive Market is offering 30% off your first order and a free gift of up to $60 if you sign up now! Head over to thrivemarket.com/Hyman today.Here are more details from our interview (audio version / Apple Subscriber version):Why we should care about mushrooms (6:50 / 4:39)Why mushrooms are the zeitgeist of our time (12:35 / 10:00) Health benefits of mushrooms (13:54 / 12:07) How psilocybin works in human brains (29:34 / 25:48) Psilocybin as treatment for mental health and addiction (33:07 / 28:55) Specific psilocybin molecules that influence us neurologically (40:04 / 35:46)Research on psilocybin for mental health issues (51:58 / 48:06)The Stamets Stack microdosing method (1:02:41 / 58:57)The future of psilocybin use in our society (1:15:43 / 1:11:50) A day in the life of Paul Stamets (1:20:16 / 1:16:22) Learn more at paulstamets.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode we explore our understanding of longevity with a leading longevity researcher. Guest: Dr Matt Kaeberlein, PhD Former Director, Healthy Aging and Longevity Research Institute Former Director, Biological Mechanisms of Healthy Aging Training Program Co-Director, UW Nathan Shock Center of Excellence in the Basic Biology of Aging Co-Director, Dog Aging Project Professor of Pathology Adjunct Professor of Genome Sciences Adjunct Professor of Oral Health Sciences Dr. Kaeberlein's research interests are focused on biological mechanisms of aging in order to facilitate translational interventions that promote healthspan and improve quality of life. He has published more than 200 scientific papers, has been recognized by several prestigious awards, and has Fellow status in the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the American Aging Association, and the Gerontological Society of America (GSA). Dr. Kaeberlein is currently the CEO of the American Aging Association and has served on the Board of Directors for the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), AGE, and GSA. Dr. Kaeberlein is the founding Director of the UW Healthy Aging and Longevity Research Institute, the Director of the UW Nathan Shock Center of Excellence in the Basic Biology of Aging, Former Director of the Biological Mechanisms of Healthy Aging Training Program, and founder and co-Director of the Dog Aging Project. Recommended Resources: Twitter @mkaeberlein Peter Attia: Podcast, book, articles
Everyone has some part of their life that's mediocre, but their career doesn't need to be! In this week's episode, Jeff Kahler explains how the concept of “Gears to Your Career” can be used to energize and inspire people in the workplace by providing their very own career path. How do you avoid workplace complacency? Share your thoughts in the comments at: https://www.cultureofconvenience.com/ or email Producer@CultureofConvenience.com.
In this episode we're talking about your Sustainable Career with Lauren Smart. How do you keep thriving in your career, year after year? Lauren Smart is the Chief Commercial Officer of S&P GLOBAL Sustainable1. Over the last 20 years, she has been a key figure in the ESG market and is a respected industry speaker at events such as the World Economic Forum in Davos. Lauren is passionate about entrepreneurship for impact and was instrumental in growing Trucost to its market leading position and was part of the board team that sold it to S&P Global. She is married with two daughters and lives in the countryside outside of London. In April she ran the London Marathon for the Sumatran Orangutan Society of which she is a trustee. Kristine Delano guides the conversation about how to thrive on your path to success and how to apply sustainability to your career. Follow on Instagram kristine.delano.writer Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry. Go to www.kristinedelano.com for your Thrive Guide: a compilation of the most requested and insightful advice from our guests on Leadership and Advancement. Book recommendations: Anthro-Vision: A New Way to See Business and Life by Gillian Tett
Josh Luckens interviews Dr. Kevin Gannon, who shares how he finds spaces of possibility to question the status quo in higher education, working alongside his students to build a more just and sustainable future. He discusses ways to stop inequities from reproducing themselves in the classroom, how he has moved from focusing on the product to the process of learning, and why he leads with compassion as an educator, helping students discover their own unique pathways to meaningful and authentic learning.Dr. Gannon posits that the better we can answer the following questions, the better the teaching and learning experiences that we design will be:How do I give students permission to take risks and fall short, knowing that a “failure” isn't the end of the process, but a necessary step towards learning and mastery?How will I get students connected with one another and myself in relationships built on mutual trust and shared purpose?How can I not take things personally, but instead lead with curiosity and meet my students where they actually are?How is everyone in this teaching and learning space acknowledging and meeting everyone else as fully and authentically human?How do I remain committed to a better future and act every day from that place?Dr. Kevin Gannon is the Director of the Center for the Advancement of Faculty Excellence and Professor of History at Queens University. He is a regular contributor to The Chronicle of Higher Education and is the author of the book Radical Hope: A Teaching Manifesto.Additional resources:Kevin Gannon's Book: Radical Hope: A Teaching Manifesto Kevin Gannon's Blog: The Tattooed Professor: History, Teaching, and Technology With A Custom Paint JobEditor: Sarah Walkowiak (August, 2023)
Many women who experience menopausal symptoms can easily feel overwhelmed and frustrated. From hot flashes and night sweats to vaginal symptoms and mood changes, the menopause transition can take a significant toll on a woman's body and quality of life. In this episode, Cody has invited Dr. Daved Rosensweet to be a guest and help us learn more about hormone replacement therapy (HRT), a popular treatment for postmenopausal women. In this episode, we will learn about the pro's and con's of hormone replacement therapy, and see if this treatment is best for you!Dr. Rosensweet graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School in 1968. Since 1971, he has been in private medical practice, with offices in Florida, New Mexico, California, and Colorado. Early in his career, Dr. Rosensweet trained the first nurse practitioners in the United States and was in charge of health promotion for the State of New Mexico.He is a nationally known lecturer and presenter at The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M), The American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM), The Age Management Medicine Group (AMMG), and more. In 2019, he was called to Washington to speak in front of The National Academies of Science Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) on “The Safety and Efficacy of Bioidentical Hormones.”Dr. R is the Founder of The Menopause Method and The Institute of BioIdentical Medicine, where he has been training medical professionals to master cBHRT using the most advanced and modern tools. His protocol has been used to treat more than 12,000 women.Dr. Rosensweet's Ebook: Happy Healthy HormonesDavedRosensweetMD.comSuggested Mixhers Supplement: HerthriveDid you learn something new today? Be sure to subscribe to this podcast and share this episode with all the girls you love. We would appreciate it if you'd also leave us a rating and review on iTunes.You can watch full episodes on YouTube now as well. Like and Subscribe to the It's Hertime Podcast HERE!Want to join our Mixhers Girl community and keep this conversation going? We'd love to hear your thoughts, feelings and experiences! Join us HERE!Join Mixhers email list and be the first to have access to new products and be the girl in the know!Follow Cody and Jess on Instagram:@codyjeansanders@jesstoolson@mixhers
**DISCLAIMER: I am not affiliated with Bharon Hoag or the Chiropractic Defense Council. I do not benefit personally or monetarily from having him on my podcast. This podcast today was designed for your information ONLY. Do your own research should you choose to donate any money to this cause.Bharon is currently serving the profession as the Executive Director of OneChiropractic. OneChiropractic is a coalition of concerned individuals and organizations advocating for the preservation and advancement of a drugless chiropractic.He has been a leader in the business aspect of healthcare for almost two decades. He has worked in the chiropractic profession for eighteen years and taught for sixteen, developing his unique “non-doctor” approach through ownership and management of numerous clinics. As a former consultant specializing in coding, documentation & compliance, Bharon has counseled hundreds of healthcare facilities and employers, evolving a profound understanding of the professional environment.Hoag's venture with OneChiropractic has ignited his passion and purpose. The mission of this organization is to protect the rights of practicing chiropractors all over the world, to create cultural authority, and ensure the world has access to chiropractic. Achieving these goals will make chiropractic the #1 healthcare choice in the world. Topics covered in this episode:How OneChiropractic came to be and what its purpose is in advocating for chiropractors worldwideA front-row seat to watching his daughter go through animal chiropractic trainingThe power of organizing a large group of people to move towards one goal at the same timeWhere the finances go with the OneChiropractic organizationBuilding relationships to communicate our message as chiropractors How to get involved in the Chiropractic Defense Counsel and what to expect when you get involvedLinks and Resources: Learn more and get involved in the Chiropractic Defense CounselSign up to receive updates from the CDC hereLearn more about OneChiropractic Find OneChiropractic on FacebookFind OneChiropractic on InstagramFind OneChiropractic on YouTubeMaking Strides for Animal Chiropractic links:Visit the Making Strides for Animal Chiropractic websiteVisit our Facebook PageVisit our Instagram Page Thank you to our sponsors!Academy for the Advancement of Animal ChiropracticiPoint Touch- Integrative Veterinary Medicine EHRThe Evidence Based Chiropractor