The OG show hit quite a few "Hey Joe" questions today, on various spectrums... Miranda The Boss Cat: #HeyJoe, what's a cat gotta do to get the human to upgrade brands? From Steve: #HeyJoe how did the Wolfs look at practice today? From Jonathan: Your thoughts on Campbell moving to the CAA from the Big South? From Alex: #heyjoe top yard sale items for this weekend From Nina: #heyjoe does NC State want to play the UConn women in the NCAA tournament this year? From Zak: #heyjoe top 3 small talk topics that are your go to? From Brian: #HeyJoe Assuming they can raise the cash to buy out Ricciardo, who gets the McLaren seat, Piastri or Palou? From Joe G: #heyjoe is it a coincidence that today is both National Watermelon Day and National Boob Day? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
NACDA's leadership transition, Campbell moving to the CAA, the latest from Indianapolis and Capitol Hill and much more. Be sure to check your inbox to see more of today's news and notes from around the nation. We would love to know what you think of the show and you can let us know on social media @D1ticker. If you are not subscribed to D1.ticker, you can and should subscribe at www.d1ticker.com/.
A true "Friend of the Show" - Shea Collins, CAA is back with another great WEDNESDAY WISDOM segment. Shea is the Director of Student Activities at Midlothian High School in Virginia but she is also active at the state level with coaches education and with the VIAAA. Shea shares her perspective on a couple of cool topics today on WEDNESDAY WISDOM on The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
Maysoun was a floating eyeball in space and saw some shows. Kate's cat, Bungie died and it's very sad. We miss him. We also try to figure out who curated the new show at the Oakland Museum.Most of the music in this episode is by Mex TapeBrass Tacks by Ricki DwyerClub Fugazi at Z SpaceThe Feminist Art Project at CAAEYEBALL
It's back to Ohio for the 16th time and we visit with a "Friend of the Show," Kaz Pata, CAA who recently moved to Hilliard Bradley H.S. to become their AD. Kaz has a been an AD in Ohio for a number of years and he shares his story along with his transition to a new high school on this episode of The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
On June 30, 2022, the Supreme Court decided West Virginia v. EPA. In a 6-3 decision, the Court held that EPA exceeded its authority under Clean Air Act Section 111 when it issued the 2015 Clean Power Plan, which sought to control carbon dioxide emissions from existing fossil fuel-fired power plants by imposing limits based on a “system” of shifting power generation away from fossil fuels and towards renewable fuels at the grid-wide level. Although the Supreme Court stayed the Clean Power Plan in February 2016 before it could take effect, the Court's decision in West Virginia v. EPA was the first time it pronounced on the Plan's merits.This case is a major development in administrative law. For the first time, a majority opinion of the Supreme Court used the phrase “major questions doctrine” to describe its methodology. The Court determined that the Clean Power Plan dealt with issues of such “economic and political significance” that it required a clear statement of Congressional intent to authorize this specific type of action. Because the CAA contains no such clear statement, the Clean Power Plan was unlawful.Justice Gorsuch, joined by Justice Alito, wrote a concurring opinion expanding on the “major questions doctrine” and its relationship to the constitutional principle of non-delegation. Justice Kagan, joined by Justices Breyer and Sotomayor, wrote a dissenting opinion arguing the Court improperly placed “major questions” at the beginning of its statutory analysis—instead of conducting a traditional Chevron-style textual inquiry and concluding with “major questions.” Further, the dissent states that Congress provided EPA with the authority to require “generation shifting” in the CAA's use of broad language authorizing the Agency to identify a “system of emission reduction” to address air pollution.Featuring: David Fotouhi, Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, former Acting General Counsel, EPAJustin Schwab, Founder, CGCN Law; former Deputy General Counsel, EPA.
Let's go back to Season #1 and a great visit with Mark Lee, CAA and FIAAA Board Member. Mark does a great job with his school and his episode is still a great listen! Check out his story along with some Best Practices on The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
240 Common Illusions That Kill Pilots with Dr. Victor Vogel + GA News Your Cirrus Specialist. Call me if you're thinking of buying a new Cirrus SR20 or SR22. Call 1-650-967-2500 for Cirrus purchase and training assistance, or to take my online seminar: So You Want to Fly or Buy a Cirrus. Join now as a member to support the show with a donation via PayPal or Patreon. Send us an email If you have a question you'd like answered on the show, let listeners hear you ask the question, by recording your listener question using your phone. Summary 240 Max talks with Dr. Victor Vogel about Illusions that kill pilots: “The Leans,” graveyard spiral, and Coriolis illusion. They create powerful sensations that pilots must ignore and instead rely on their instruments. He also talks about a mid-air collision at North Las Vegas Airport. A Piper JetProp flying left traffic to 30L overshot the runway and hit a plane landing on 30R. News Stories Student pilot DUI Plane crashes after CFI takes controls without telling student CAA warns of hot VFR moving map devices failing Somerset aircraft draw the Queen using GPS illustration CFI doesn't listen when student says engine doesn't sound right NAFI To Host Conference For Flight Instructors Two Paralyzed Pilots Take to The Skies Cirrus unveils painting addition to Duluth facilities NTSB Report: Crashed Pot Plane was Using Wrong Tank Colombian, Brazilian fined almost $1 billion for drug trafficking Drug Dealing Pilot who Attempted to Hire a Hitman to Kill Associate Sentenced Mentioned in the Show There's No Business Like Air Show Business!Susquehanna STEM to the Skies National Association of Flight Instructors - NAFI Videos Mentioned Trucker's Video of DUI Student Pilot on Interstate Max's Books – Order online or call 800-247-6553 to order. Max Trescott's G3000 and G5000 Glass Cockpit HandbookMax Trescott's G1000 & Perspective Glass Cockpit Handbook If you love the show and want more, visit my Patreon page to see fun videos, breaking news, and other posts in the Posts section. And if you decide to make a small donation each month, you can get some goodies! So You Want To Learn to Fly or Buy a Cirrus seminars Online Version of the Seminar Coming Soon – Register for Notification Check out our recommended ADS-B receivers, and order one for yourself. Yes, we'll make a couple of dollars if you do. Check out our recommended Aviation Headsets, and order one for yourself! Get the Free Aviation News Talk app for iOS or Android. Check out Max's Online Courses: G1000 VFR, G1000 IFR, and Flying WAAS & GPS Approaches. Find them all at: https://www.pilotlearning.com/ Social Media Like Aviation News Talk podcast on Facebook Follow Max on Instagram Follow Max on Twitter Listen to all Aviation News Talk podcasts on YouTube or YouTube Premium Max Trescott is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com
Over the last fifteen years, Luke Arrigoni has worked with some of the top brands in the United States building machine learning and data science programs, even before there was such a term. He worked with companies such as UPS, J&J, Getty, AT&T, Stryker, Goldman Sachs, CAA, FOX, Sephora along with others. CONNECT WITH Luke Arrigoni Website: https://www.arricor.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lukearrigoni/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/LukeArrigoni CONNECT WITH Cedric Francis Website: https://www.lead2greatness.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cedricbfrancis Twitter: https://twitter.com/cedricbfrancis Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cedric_francis/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cedric-francis-a0544037/ DONATE TO Meet the Streets Outreach Website: https://www.mtsoutreach.org Disclosure: Links contain affiliates. When you buy through one of our links we will receive a commission. This is at no cost to you. Thank you for supporting Lead to Greatness and allowing us to continue to bring you valuable content. Promo: Try Audible Premium Plus and Get up to two free audiobooks: https://amzn.to/3as87Aw Recording Equipment Mic - https://amzn.to/3dHeSAi Road Castor Pro - https://amzn.to/3aujvvS Headset - https://amzn.to/2QM2O8a Mic Cable - https://amzn.to/3dJ9Wec USB Cable (Mac Book Only) - https://amzn.to/2PbAPy2 USB Cable (Windows Only) - https://amzn.to/3sK5K2h Cable Compatible with Bose Brands - https://amzn.to/32BpN8j Camera - https://amzn.to/3ncI7Oz Mini Switcher - https://amzn.to/3dJGiWy Micro HDMI Cable - https://amzn.to/3tISvQK High Speed HDMI to HDMI Cable - https://amzn.to/3v3NfaG
Sir John is a dynamic force in the beauty and fashion industry, creating iconic looks with his signature use of color, luminance, and inclusive style. He developed his reputation as a Global Artist creating statement looks while working with industry moguls Pat McGrath and Charlotte Tilbury backstage at fashion shows worldwide. That experience provided Sir John a springboard into an elite tier of globally recognized leaders in the fashion and beauty industry. He has had the privilege to work with some of the most sought-after fashion and beauty industry professionals from Mario to Mert and Marcus. Now over two decades into his career, Sir John's visionary leadership expands far beyond his ability to create looks in all aspects of the beauty space. Sir John's magnetic presence and unique creative approach has allowed him to work with some of the world's most iconic women including Beyoncé, whose tone-setting signature looks Sir John has been trusted with since 2010. His other clients include; Naomi Campbell, Serena Williams, Priyanka Chopra, Margot Robbie, Zendaya, Naomi Osaka, Mary J Blige, Iman, Celine Dion, Erykah Badu, Barbie and many more. A true master of his craft, his looks have appeared in print and video across the global media spectrum. The Super Bowl, music videos, concert tours, magazine covers, a history-making September 2018 Vogue cover and Coachella performance. Sir John's ability to deliver editorial quality looks in video and live performance is truly unique. Over the course of his career, Sir John has helped shape the culture of the beauty industry, with his commitment to inclusivity and understanding the ever-changing needs of women. His leadership and passion for authenticity have driven him to champion an inside-out approach to beauty and wellness that helped make him the Global Ambassador and Creative Director with L'Oréal Paris, Chief Creative Officer of CTZN Cosmetics, an Advisory Board Member of the Black in Fashion Council represented by leading talent agency CAA, as well as partnerships with numerous other brands including Barbie, Glossier, MAC, and Yves Saint Laurent. His work has graced the covers of Vogue, Glamour, Elle, Vanity Fair, InStyle, Harper's Bazaar, and Marie Claire. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/skincareanarchy/message
Over the last fifteen years, Luke Arrigoni has worked with some of the top brands in the United States building machine learning and data science programs, even before there was such a term. He worked with companies such as UPS, J&J, Getty, AT&T, Stryker, Goldman Sachs, CAA, FOX, Sephora along with others. Luke has media experience explaining to audiences at Bloomberg, WIRED and others on topics such as data's impact on politics, machine learning, blockchain and other ways that technology intersects in a big way in everyone's day-to-day life. He built and sold an econometrics business in the past and also has experience with Sino-American trading relationships. He worked with several companies such as J&J and Samsung making him familiar with how to do business with technology and raise products in China. During the show we discuss: ● General Artificial Intelligence ● Machine Learning ● When are Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning used ● How do Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning succeed ● Approach legislators and lawmakers take to technology ● Role of artificial intelligence play in machine learning ● Relationship between artificial intelligence and machine learning ● How Artificial Intelligence used to benefit society ● How machine learning and artificial intelligence assist firms in making better use of their data ● Sentients and why you need to know about it ● How artificial intelligence help us in our daily lives ● Current state of artificial intelligence ● Impact of Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning have on the industry ● The most recent artificial intelligence-based technologies ● How Artificial Intelligence works with social media platforms ● What does the future hold for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning ● The technological future of Artificial Intelligence Show resources:https://arricor.com/
Amy Baer currently serves as President of Landline Pictures, a label within MRC Film that makes feature films about and for the 50+ audience. Launched in 2020, their first movie, JERRY & MARGE GO LARGE, directed by David Frankel, who did MARLEY & ME, is streaming now on Paramount+. Starring Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening, the film is based on the true story of a married couple who used a loophole in the Massachusetts State Lottery to win $27 million. I watched it with my dad a few weeks ago and it's incredibly fun and heartwarming. While Amy grew up in a showbiz family, she still had to carve her own path. One thing was certain: she did not want to be an actor. During her stint at CAA in 1988 as an assistant to the late Jay Moloney, she discovered the studio executive route. She eventually became President & CEO of CBS Films. She also spent 17 years at Sony Pictures Entertainment, where she oversaw impressive films such as: MY BEST FRIEND'S WEDDING (1997) ADAPTATION (2001) S.W.A.T. (2002) SOMETHING'S GOTTA GIVE (2003) THE HOLIDAY (2006) MONEYBALL (2011) Amy's entrepreneurial spirit led her to raise seven figure development fund and launch Gidden Media, one of the industry's only female-led, independently financed content incubation companies. Her first film as a producer was the 2013 hit LAST VEGAS, starring Michael Douglas, Robert DeNiro, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline, which grossed $136MM worldwide. A devoted wife and mother of two, Amy has also found time to be Board President of Women in Film since June 2018. A few takeaways from our chat include: Soaking up as much as you can when you are in a job you dislike How leaving the studio system forced her to develop an entrepreneurial muscle And how to not take things personally
Bienvenidos a Andalucía Informa, un podcast de Europa Press. En este espacio podrás conocer en unos minutos las noticias más relevantes de nuestra comunidad. Hoy es 18 de julio y estas son algunas de las informaciones más destacadas en nuestra agencia. Cinco heridos, dos graves, en un tiroteo en una discoteca de Marbella (Málaga)Vox esperará a escuchar el discurso de investidura de Moreno para decidir su votoPor Andalucía sugiere "aumentar" consejeros en RTVA y CAA para "garantizar su pluralismo" acogiendo a todos los gruposMunicipios de la Sierra de Mijas piden un plan de reforestación urgente para las más de 2.000 hectáreas afectadas por el incendioRecuerda que puedes encontrar estas y otras muchas noticias en la sección de Andalucía en nuestra web europapress.es.
Today its back out west to visit with Missy Mackay-Whiteurs, CAA who is the Athletic Director for the Salt Lake City Public School System. Missy shares her story along with some really cool Best Practices on this episode of The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
Today we sit down with Amanda Snider, CAA of Broken Arrow HS in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Amanda is the Associate AD for a very large high school and she brings a ton of experience with her including coaching and time spent as a journalist! Amanda shares her story plus some Best Practices for ADs on this episode of The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
In this healthcare podcast, I am speaking with Cora Opsahl, who directs the 32BJ Health Fund. Important to know about Cora's background is this: In previous roles, she's worked deep in the inner workings of the healthcare industry. So, she came to 32BJ armed with a BS meter that is finely tuned, which is, unfortunately, an essential skill for anyone trying to help the patients and members relying on them to successfully navigate the healthcare industry. So sorry to have to say that, but employers and unions, your employees and members need your help. If you do not help them, then your employees can find themselves defenseless against so many pit traps of financial toxicity and also clinical decision-making that is not made by patients and their clinicians in the service of improving patient outcomes but made by some other party in the service of financial maximization. It is really frightening what goes on in some cases. I really appreciated this interview with Cora Opsahl, which will be two shows, this week and next week. This whole conversation has been really a big bright spot for me and will provide hope, I think, for any employer/union who is seeking ways to protect their members and patients, the ones on their plans and therefore under their aegis and whom they have a fiduciary responsibility to look out for. It also should be a bright spot for dedicated clinicians out there suffering under the weight of moral injury because you are expected to do things that you know are not in your patient's best interest—or not do things, as the case may be. This whole conversation should put on notice health systems and others who have been really taking advantage of employers who are asleep at the wheel. Change is always really, really slow—until it hits a zeitgeist and then it's not slow anymore. I just attended the MTVA (Moving to Value Alliance) in Connecticut last month, and there were 30 employers there listening and learning. I hear similar numbers from business coalitions across the country penetrating their local markets (Houston, Indiana, for example). Also, spoiler alert, upcoming conversations with Dave Chase will continue this “yeah, there's good things happening out there” theme. So, let's start here with a little bit more about the 32BJ union and their Health Fund that we'll hear about in this episode. 32BJ represents about 200,000 members. They are mostly in residential and commercial real estate—so, for example, your doormen, your maintenance workers, your security, your cleaners, amongst others. Members are in about 11 states, but a lot of them are in the New York City metro area. These union members who are in the fund work for over 5000 different employers. The 32BJ Health Fund has zero-dollar premiums. Also, employees have no premium contribution. Wowza on that point—that's a huge benefit. Here's one more thing that I'm gonna say about the 32BJ Health Fund overseen by Cora Opsahl, my guest today. Let's talk about their amazing leadership, because I do not, nor should anyone else, take exceptional leadership for granted. We have had one guest after another on this podcast who, when asked what it takes to actually attain value for plan members or attain the quadruple aim, what it takes to navigate and overcome bureaucracy and inertia, every one of those thought leaders asked the “What does it take?” question came back with the following included in their list: It takes leadership. Real leadership. The mark of an exceptional leader is one who can conceive of a big mission statement, a goal to deliver better for their members at lower costs, and also the chops and determination to operationalize that vision. This operationalization requires brainpower and relentless dedication to untangle the deliberate opacity that some current healthcare stakeholders absolutely rely on as a business strategy. It takes work to get to the bottom of and disarm some deliberately labyrinthine and noncompetitive contract terms. Let me just pause for a beat on these basically egregious contract terms. Certain healthcare stakeholders seem to consider it somehow their birthright and their privilege to demand that employer and union customers sign on some pretty insane dotted lines—to the detriment of members and employees. By the way, if anyone is thinking CAA right now, I'm right there with you. Talking about the new Consolidated Appropriations Act that went into effect late 2021, and it's gonna take a lot of C-suite executives by surprise when they're named in class action lawsuits. So, there is another impetus to question bad contract terms if anyone at an employer or union needs an additional reason besides the health and safety of employees and members to justify getting their healthcare house under control. For more on the CAA, the Consolidated Appropriations Act, listen to the show with Christin Deacon (EP342). But as I mentioned a moment ago, we are breaking this conversation up into two power-packed episodes. This first one gets into everything that the 32BJ Health Fund does with their data. They have lots of data. They demand it. Next week's show gets into their unprecedented decision to kick a major local health system out of their network. This decision was also a data-driven decision, but it's a whole other conversation, which is why it is now a whole other episode. So, besides kicking out overly expensive health systems from their network, here's other things that 32BJ is currently doing with their data and which other employers and unions may get a few ideas from. If you have the data, you (like 32BJ) can use it to: Make smart benefit decisions that are validated, not just guesses. Before you decide to do something (add a wellness program etc), be able to model it accurately for how much it will actually cost you—which, spoiler alert, is most of the time not what the vendor will estimate. You have way more data than the vendor does, so you can certainly use it to great effect in this way. Make sure that the right members are being communicated with so that benefit designs are successful. As Ashleigh Gunter said in EP368, success when changing benefit designs has a lot more to do with communication than many realize. Create dashboards for leadership that may show trend lines, for example, which could be very helpful to ensure that the fund doesn't run out of money etc … little things like that. Figure out how much the fund is spending on various procedures and where. There's all this talk right now about the crazy variability of prices for the same exact service in the same local market. At one hospital, a colonoscopy could literally cost $10,000; and in another hospital—same quality, same basically everything—that same colonoscopy will be $2000 or $3000. I mean, there's a 500% delta or something in some of these cases. Ensure that if a vendor said they were going to do something, that they are actually doing it. This is especially meaningful for point solutions because of the whole squeezing the balloon thing. I can save money in a silo, and you won't realize that those dollars are getting transferred elsewhere unless you are doing your own math. This is a big deal if you start thinking about how pharmacy benefits are typically siloed from medical benefits. So, if I'm a pharmacy benefit manager, I can talk about how much I'm saving by denying patients drugs without consideration of the medical downstream implications of that. Ensure you're not paying a bill and writing a check for more than the bill was for, which is weirdly common. There's a whole show with Dawn Cornelis (EP285) about this. 32BJ has an engineering team that is creating an app to help members navigate to great doctors with fair prices. All of these things roll into basically three categories: Cutting wasteful spending and finding fraud Making smart benefit decisions Being able to see trends and forecast the future, which is really helpful for financial solvency etc As Cora Opsahl says, “I think we [all can] recognize [that] you [cannot] make smart … decisions and be a fiduciary of [a] fund without having [data].” You can learn more at 32bjhealthfundinsights.org. Cora Opsahl is the director of the 32BJ Health Fund, a self-funded plan that provides affordable, comprehensive, and innovative health coverage to 200,000 union members and their families. During her time at the Health Fund, Cora has led the implementation of multiple benefit changes: removing NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital System and physicians from the network, transitioning to a new pharmacy vendor and pharmacy group purchasing coalition, and implementing an expanded Centers of Excellence program administered by Mount Sinai Hospital System. These efforts are projected to save over $35 million in 2022. Prior to joining the 32BJ Health Fund, Cora spent 12 years with Express Scripts, a pharmacy benefit manager. During her time there, she held a variety of roles, including Medicare Part D, strategy and acquisitions, operations, and account management. 08:55 How much data does 32BJ Health Fund have, where do they get it, and how do they use it? 10:56 How did 32BJ Health Fund successfully demand their data from 100% of their vendors? 11:45 “We feel it's really important that we own this information ourselves.” 12:08 “It always concerns me—if a vendor doesn't want to give you the information, what are they hiding?” 12:34 “It's not just getting the data; it's then using the data.” 15:44 “Without data, you're really just taking a guess; and guesses are never gonna get you where you need to go.” 17:23 EP285 with Dawn Cornelis.17:42 Is the cost of creating a data analytics team worth the cost savings of those data discoveries? 21:07 “The use of data has really built our knowledge.” 22:55 “It's really important to us that as we make benefit decisions, we're doing it smartly.” 27:34 EP358 with Wayne Jenkins, MD.27:42 How is 32BJ Health Fund making their data knowledge actionable? 30:14 “If we can figure out how to make telehealth accessible … there may be an opportunity for telehealth … to upset some of these … monopoly systems or low-choice options.” 32:25 “It's really easy to think that we can solve this problem through benefit design … but in the end … it's the price.” You can learn more at 32bjhealthfundinsights.org. @CoraOpsahl discusses #healthdata on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth How much data does 32BJ Health Fund have, where do they get it, and how do they use it? @CoraOpsahl discusses #healthdata on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth How did 32BJ Health Fund successfully demand their data from 100% of their vendors? @CoraOpsahl discusses #healthdata on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “We feel it's really important that we own this information ourselves.” @CoraOpsahl discusses #healthdata on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “It always concerns me—if a vendor doesn't want to give you the information, what are they hiding?” @CoraOpsahl discusses #healthdata on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “It's not just getting the data; it's then using the data.” @CoraOpsahl discusses #healthdata on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “Without data, you're really just taking a guess; and guesses are never gonna get you where you need to go.” @CoraOpsahl discusses #healthdata on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Is the cost of creating a data analytics team worth the cost savings of those data discoveries? @CoraOpsahl discusses #healthdata on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “The use of data has really built our knowledge.” @CoraOpsahl discusses #healthdata on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “It's really important to us that as we make benefit decisions, we're doing it smartly.” @CoraOpsahl discusses #healthdata on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth How is 32BJ Health Fund making their data knowledge actionable? @CoraOpsahl discusses #healthdata on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “If we can figure out how to make telehealth accessible … there may be an opportunity for telehealth … to upset some of these … monopoly systems or low-choice options.” @CoraOpsahl discusses #healthdata on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “It's really easy to think that we can solve this problem through benefit design … but in the end … it's the price.” @CoraOpsahl discusses #healthdata on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! Dr Mark Fendrick (Encore! EP308), Erik Davis and Autumn Yongchu (EP371), Erik Davis and Autumn Yongchu (EP370), Keith Hartman, Dr Aaron Mitchell (Encore! EP282), Stacey Richter (INBW34), Ashleigh Gunter, Doug Hetherington, Dr Kevin Schulman, Scott Haas, David Muhlestein, David Scheinker, Ali Ucar, Dr Carly Eckert, Jeb Dunkelberger (EP360), Dan O'Neill, Dr Wayne Jenkins, Liliana Petrova, Ge Bai, Nikhil Krishnan, Shawn Rhodes, Pramod John (EP353), Pramod John (EP352), Dr Eric Bricker, Katy Talento, Stacey Richter (INBW33), Stacey Richter (INBW32), Dr Steve Schutzer (Encore! EP294)
We continue our conversation on how PAGE Awards Judges evaluate your screenplay with Karen Craig and Scott Barkan. Next week to wrap up this four-part series we'll be talking to Kristin Overn, the Founder and Executive Director of the PAGE International Screenwriting Awards. Karen Craig is a professional screenwriter and script doctor whose credits include such films as AMERICAN PSYCHO II, starring Mila Kunis and William Shatner, and FORBIDDEN SECRETS, starring Kristy Swanson. Karen has served as a judge for the PAGE Awards for the past 12 years, reviewing both Thriller/Horror scripts and Family Films. Scott Barkan is a professional screenwriter with several produced films and sold scripts to his name. He has worked with Blumhouse and Lionsgate and is repped by Mainstay Entertainment and CAA. Scott is also a university professor, teaching music and communications. As a PAGE judge, he primarily reads Action/Adventure, Thriller/Horror and Science Fiction scripts.
This week's FLASHBACK is to honor Florida's Tammie Talley, CAA who was just named National Athletic Director of the Year last week at the annual National High School Athletic Coaches Association awards banquet in Iowa. Tammie was our 2nd Episode two years ago and its easy to see why she was the NATIONAL AD of the Year! Congratulations to Tammie Talley of Duval County Schools! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
The Dallas Mavericks lost Jalen Brunson to the New York Knicks, did the Mavs take the biggest hit in NBA Free Agency. Then the Mavericks signed Javale McGee, was it a good deal? Nick Angstadt (@NickVanExit) and Isaac Harris (@IsaacLHarris) discuss how the Jalen Brunson saga is mercilessly ending and how in the end it was all just CAA covering their tracks. Did Nico Harrison & the Mavs make a good move signing Javale McGee? Then they discuss the Kevin Durant trade request and what it could mean for the Mavericks. Subscribe to our Youtube Channel: Locked On Mavericks Follow/Subscribe Anywhere: linktr.ee/LockedOnMavs Follow Locked On NBA: linktr.ee/LockedOnNBA Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! | Offers from our sponsors: lockedonpodcasts.com/offers Arcade1up — Bring home a slam dunk. Introducing NBA JAM: Shaq Edition from Arcade1Up. Pre-order now to play with legends. Arcade1Up is THE place for authentic gaming experiences, featuring licensed retro games from the golden age of arcades. PrizePicks - Check out PrizePicks and use promo code: “NBA” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! Built Bar - Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline - BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto - Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Colonial Athletic Association welcomes four new members into its family on July 1, and Jaden Daly helps preview each of them and their respective impacts on the league, plus the conference as a whole. Eddy Occhipinti of the Monmouth Digital Network offers insight on the Hawks in the CAA, Nick Lorensen of Mid-Major Madness looks at Stony Brook as well as some of the other contenders in the league, Brian Wilmer of College Hoops Digest further acquaints you with Hampton and North Carolina A&T while breaking down some of the other southern members of the league, and in the first of what could be a recurring segment that sheds further light on the unsung heroes of the industry, Miles McQuiggan takes everyone behind the scenes in his role as the assistant commissioner for communications in the CAA.
Hour 2- Jack Cronin updates Sports arena bidder adding CAA, Tyus Edney joins Steve Lavin at USD, why do Jon & Jim have a tip jar on youtube, Darren won't wear shorts to work.
JMU joins the Sun Belt Friday!! At long last, the transition and yelling is over and a new day dawns for JMU Sports. We're thrilled to be DONE with the last two years of frustration but it's worth one last look back at the biggest moments from the CAA era before we move on to talk about our wildest dreams for the future of the Dukes. Have a great long weekend and we'll see you in the Sun Belt in a couple weeks! Thanks to Mossy Creek Fly Fishing, Homefield Apparel, and most of all, to you for making this worthwhile all these years.
Brooks Baldwin, CAA player of the year and No. 230 on Prospects Live list of draft-eligible players, sits down to join Daniel Garcia (@CapeScouting) and discusses his experience getting drafted last year and then returning to UNCW, his versatility in the field and at the plate, and Cotuit's strong start to the season.
It's another episode of WHAT'S UP with Upchurch as Jessica Upchurch, CAA and longtime AD here in Florida shares an update + Best Practices on HomeTown Ticketing's platform and how it has helped and continues to help AD's! THIS is The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
Hosts Michael Barr, Scarlet Fu and special guest host Damian Sassower chat about LIV Golf poaching talent from the PGA Tour, human rights concerns with FIFA. Plus, they have an extended conversation with CAA Executive Shawn Costner on his career, the sports industry, and his work heading up a diversity initiative at CAA. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This month I spoke with Steve Bush and Stan Swan from the Columbia Aviation Association (CAA) and talked about one of the approaches they have to improving flight safety. You can learn more about the CAA in the link below. Home - Columbia Aviation Association (caapilots.com) This Podcast is sponsored by Time2climb Training and Consulting
A version of this essay was published by firstpost.com at Nupur Sharma, neo-feudalism and the geopolitical squeeze on IndiaThe commentariat has rightly focused on the specifics of the Nupur Sharma incident, such as the alleged blasphemy, the apparent provocation, the possibly pro-forma outrage and the street-veto (cheered on by certain politicians who spoke ominously about tinder and spark). I couldn’t possibly improve on their perspectives. For instance Utpal Kumar wrote an excellent piece excoriating the cringe-inducing and thunderous ‘liberal’ response https://www.firstpost.com/opinion/nupur-sharma-has-erred-no-doubt-but-why-are-liberals-mutedly-supporting-islamist-challenge-to-her-right-to-life-10767521.html; and I would add that ‘feminists’ were also notable by their absence. The blood-curdling death threats being hurled at Nupur, the fact that she has been hanged in effigy, and the related riots that appear to be astroturfed, are all deplorable. I would like to look at the whole thing from the point of view of geopolitics. India is in the process of being squeezed badly.Thanks for reading Shadow Warrior! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work.Soft StateThere are a couple of perspectives of interest. One is a throwback to the dark days of 1989-90, when the fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban induced the most recent genocide of Kashmiri Hindus, because the terrorists Pakistan had assigned to their Afghan battle were (as they are now) available; and this time, thanks to Biden’s largesse, they have billions worth of weapons. A related historical incident is the hijack of Indian Airlines 814 in 1999, and what, in hindsight, was a strategic blunder committed by India, with Jaswant Singh personally escorting the freed terrorists to Kandahar, who then proceeded to wreak general havoc. In both cases, the Pakistani takeaways were predicated on triumphalism. They could see the dictum in their Brigadier General SK Malik’s The Qoranic Concept of War being put in place. “Terror struck into the hearts of the enemies is not only a means, it is the end itself.” They could with good reason argue that they were on a trajectory towards a final victory, and urge a final thrust that would bring the house of cards down.The result was the Parliament attack, 2001. Operation Parakram. Godhra, 2002. And eventually 26/11 Mumbai in 2008.Pakistan and its friends in India have been nothing if not lucid: they openly declare their intent to wreak havoc on India, balkanize it, massacre people, do gazwa-e-hind. There is every reason to believe that they mean what they say. To pretend otherwise is to repeat the US folly vis-a-vis China: China kept saying what they intended to do, and the US kept pretending not to hear; and we know where that got Obama and Biden. The point is that every capitulation, every demand conceded, is viewed as a sign of weakness, and invites the next, ever more outrageous demand. India today may be going down this slippery slope, again. As it did repeatedly in the 20th century. The deep freeze on CAA was a capitulation. The withdrawal of the Farm Bills was a capitulation. And now the silencing of Nupur Sharma is a capitulation. If the State blinks on Agnipeeth, that would be another capitulation. There may well be good reasons for all of them, but the fact is that they perpetuate the notion that India is a Soft State.Thank you for reading Shadow Warrior. This post is public so feel free to share it.Neo-Feudalism and the Serf StateThe second perspective of interest is global. Sociologist and demographer Joel Kotkin writes in his latest book The Coming of Neo-Feudalism that we are slipping into a period where there is a stark contrast between the ruling elites, in particular the tech billionaires, and the ruled proletariat. In other words, a return to the European era of feudalism, where a ruling class lorded it over the serfs, who basically had no rights. On Singularity Radio, leftist and former finance minister of Greece, Yanis Varoufakis, echoes the same sentiment and argues it is ‘techno-feudalism’. He goes one step further to state that Capitalism is dead, whereas Kotkin only goes so far as to argue that a zaibatsu-ization of the US economy is happening, and the economic systems of the US and China are converging.In a Hoover Institution podcast based on his Foreign Affairs article, geo-strategist John Mearsheimer suggests a convergence from a political angle too. He argues that the difference between a democracy and an autocracy are limited so far as great-power rivalries go, and that the US made an extraordinarily foolish move to enable China to rise. Says he: Engagement may have been the worst strategic blunder any country has made in recent history: there is no comparable example of a great power actively fostering the rise of a peer competitor. And it is now too late to do much about it.Put these two arguments together, and you get an interesting picture. On the one hand, feudalism requires an upper class and a lower class. It could be argued that feudalism never in fact went away in Europe, or even the supposedly class-less US. Social mobility there is far less than one has been led to believe, according to research by Raj Chetty, then at Stanford. There indeed are traditional elites in the US: the East-Coast Wall Street types, for instance. Their kids all go to prep school like Philipps Andover or Exeter, then on to Ivy League colleges, and then on to Goldman Sachs or Morgan Stanley, and eventually maybe to government. This is, for all intents and purposes, an upper caste, which is also largely endogamous. Just try breaking into it: it is well-nigh impossible. Then there are the lower-caste serfs, the plebeian yahoos who are subjected to ‘manufacturing consent’ on a daily basis. They were earlier manipulated via the big newspapers, but now the tech platforms do an even better job. If you don’t believe me, see how the Overton window has shifted sharply in favor of woke tropes over the last few years. Or, for a more tactical shift, note how the topic of heated discussion has gone from Roe v Wade to school shootings to Jan 6 within days. I am reminded of a line from Pink Floyd, Welcome to the Machine: “What did you dream? It’s alright, we told you what to dream”.In contrast to Kotkin, I would argue that there is no neo-Feudalism, it is the same lovely practice that never went away. Kotkin also said, in passing, “Silicon valley is full of indentured servants from Asia”. He meant India. He is right, and that is the role of India in the game: producing raw materials, including serfs, for the consumption of the upper caste feudal lords.Feudalism applies also to nations. Whites have for a few centuries been the feudal lords, and their colonies, especially India, have been the untermenschen serfs. That is their pre-ordained role. As Mearsheimer candidly admits, the US blundered in allowing China to escape from serfdom. And it is too late. But of course it is not too late to contain India! They have no intention of blundering again, or allowing India to rise to be a great power as well. China has become an honorary upper caste country by bulking up its economy and especially its military. But applications are now firmly closed for membership in this club. Even rich Japan has only a tenuous membership. It is in the interests of the feudal lord countries to keep the serf countries as they are.In this, the US and China are as one: there is no way India can be allowed to gain power. This may explain the fury with which US and European commentators (eg Bruno Macaes) greeted India’s stance in the Ukraine war, of keeping aloof from it. That’s not how a serf state is supposed to act: it should do the Gunga Din tango.This mindset is why the US has continually armed and financed Pakistan, propping up a failed state that should have been dismantled long ago: it is meant to contain India. This is also why you have the likes of Thenmozhi Soundararajan running rampant in the US shouting about caste. This is why a propagandist like Audrey Truschke is not ejected from polite company. This is why USCIRF, an evangelist propaganda body, gets free rein to pontificate about India. This is why India is marginalized in the Quad, and the upper caste countries (Anglosphere is by definition upper caste) close ranks to form AUKUS. India must be put in its place, and that’s why a million mutinies are funded by the Ford Foundation and George Soros, and Xinhua and other CCP arms. There are plenty of sleeper cells armed and ready to riot on command. Add to this mix the oil states of West Asia. Qatar has its giant natural gas reserves, and India is increasingly addicted to LNG including for its newly-minted rural women consumers of cooking gas. Furthermore, Biden is genuflecting at the feet of Saudi Arabia, as Glenn Greenwald writes in a stinging comment on substack. Having successfully prevented India from buying cheap Iranian oil, and pushing hard to prevent it from buying cheap Russian oil, the Americans are forcing India to be ever-more dependent on West Asian states. Never mind that India has buyer power: of course the sellers have to sell the stuff to somebody to keep their economies ticking over.Also never mind the fallacy of the argument that India must kowtow to these Gulf states, in case they send back the Indians working there. Well, that is not charity, either. If the Indians were ejected (let us recall what happened to Uganda in Idi Amin’s time), the serfs running everything would be gone, and the feudal lords would actually have to get their hands dirty doing something other than being rich and idle. The fact that India has not asserted itself forcefully means that the pressure tactics are working: the malign forces have drawn first blood. Chances are that worse is yet to come. 1600 words, Jun 15, 2022 updated Jun 19, 2022 This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit rajeevsrinivasan.substack.com
Back in California (our 16th time!) to meet with Carlos Reed, CAA of Bishop O'Dowd H.S. along with the NIAAA Committee and one of the founders of NOMAD. Carlos shares his journey along with some cool Best Practices on The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
Ruben Garcia is Co-Head of the Cultural Business Strategy Group at leading entertainment and sports agency Creative Artists Agency (CAA). In addition, Garcia works within the CAA Foundation to advise and consult clients on their prosocial and philanthropic initiatives. Garcia collaborates with company leadership to execute company-wide strategies and implement inclusive business practices that maximize creative and business growth opportunities for the agency's diverse clients. In addition, he manages a custom slate of programs and initiatives, including CAA Amplify, a platform designed by the agency to leverage the collective influence of cross-industry thought leaders and cultural changemakers of color to create transformational change across business and society. Garcia also oversees CAA's corporate partnerships and liaises with clients, businesses and organizations interested in promoting and building philanthropic activities connected to diversity in business and creative fields. His clients include Kendrick Sampson, Anthony Ramos, Becky G, Laurence Fishburne, Edwards James Olmos, Connor Franta, Ricky Martin, and Karla Souza, among others. He currently leads the Industry Advisory Board for the Latino Film Institute and serves on the regional advisory board for the Friends of the Museum of the American Latino. Prior to joining CAA in 2011, Garcia worked at Paramount Pictures and The Walt Disney Company. A native of San Diego, he is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles with a degree in Sociology.
John joins the guys to talk about a myriad of topics. Including Mike London's raise, Chris Mooney's extension, the CAA conference additions and Richmond Spider football. Plus, his thoughts on the state of college sports as a whole.
Today I have an MBA graduate who prior to pursuing his MBA he started working at CAA, then went into artist management and then into booking and touring at APA. He started his MBA in fall of 2020 due to COVID and has been very open minded and inquisitive. He is also an artist on the side and grew up on an island. Here, Gabriel Berenson will describe what it's like going to business school, his tips and advice on being a generalist and his experience working in the agency world and transferring his skills in tech. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/forbs-west2/support
Size MattersJaylen Brown Finals MVP campaignWarriors front office failed to address weaknessWardell empty 3's?Stars vs OthersJazz the next CAA hotbed?Jack Del Rio believes what he believes Follow: Twitter https://twitter.com/TheeSamDPod Twitter https://twitter.com/TheeSamDPodcastYouTube Never Forget:#phillywillALWAYSletYOUdown#blackvoicesmatter
What do you do when you need help? You go to a Professional! Today Shea Collins, CAA jumps into our WEDNESDAY WISDOM rotation to share her heart and some BEST PRACTICES! Shea is almost a "regular" on the podcast and she will be joining our team officially but take a listen to her take on Leadership, Title IX progress, and more on this week's WEDNESDAY WISDOM on The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
Nobody controls riots and rioters like Yogi. Kanpur, and earlier CAA riot investigation, is unique in many ways - skilful use of the 1986 Gansters' Act and 2020 Recovery of Damages Act along with going to the root has finished the riot industry. Sanjay Dixit explains.
The Trib's Andy Larsen joins The Drive to discuss a hectic week in Jazzland, Quin Snyder stepping down after 8 years, the next step for the front office, Donovan/Rudy long-term, coaching candidates, CAA ties + more
In a truly unhinged ep of CAA, Hayley and Ashley watch the season 2 HALLOWEEN SPECIAL (oooooh, spooky!) "The First Secret" which is set in Ye Olde 2008 (before Ali disappeared). Ash and Hayley agree that Byron Fish Lips Foot-Gomery is more fun and happy when cheating (even if it's obviously immoral), straight up HATE Alison DIE-Laurentis, and by popular demand, HAT WATCH IS BACK!
Northeastern Women's Soccer Head Coach Ashley Phillips joins the podcast to discuss the recent agreement that resulted in the US Women's Soccer Team getting paid the same as the men's team. Phillips, a former player for the Boston Breakers, is in her seventh year coaching Northeastern, and was the first head coach during CAA history to win the conference's regular season and postseason championships during their first season as head coach. Phillips also discusses what she looks for in a player.
Jalen Brunson's dad was hired by the New York Knicks, should the Dallas Mavericks be concerned? Then can Christian Koloko or Jaylin Williams help the Mavs in the 2022 NBA Draft? Nick Angstadt (@NickVanExit) and Isaac Harris (@IsaacLHarris) discuss the news that Rick Brunson was hired by the Knicks as an assistant coach under Tom Thibodeau. Does that mean JB will be heading to NYC? Then they discuss the news that Utah Jazz coach Quin Snyder will leave the Jazz, what does that mean for Donovan Mitchell? Is there a CAA conspiracy to run the Jazz? Then they dive into NBA Draft Profiles on Christian Koloko from Arizona and Jaylin Williams from Arkansas. What could they bring to the Mavs? 0:00 Jalen Brunson to NYK!? 7:57 Quin Snyder Leaves Utah?! 12:33 Igor Kokoškov Leaves Dallas 15:31 Draft Profile: Christian Koloko 27:30 Draft Profile: Jaylin Williams Subscribe to our Youtube Channel: Locked On Mavericks Follow/Subscribe Anywhere: linktr.ee/LockedOnMavs Follow Locked On NBA: linktr.ee/LockedOnNBA Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! | Offers from our sponsors: lockedonpodcasts.com/offers PrizePicks - Check out PrizePicks.c`om and use promo code: “NBA” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! Built Bar - Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline - BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto - Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The crew's debate over whether or not Joe Musgrove is a horse leads us to knuckleballers and the great Phil Niekro. Plus, CAA's reported hold over the Utah Jazz and and Chris Cote did some research after a trip to the grocery store. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In today's episode, Tarek shares the different times in his life he has put himself out there during his journey of success. Whether he was applying to Stanford, writing essay after essay for grants to fund his college dreams, or getting his pilot script in front of the ultra-influential and exclusive CAA, Tarek embraces the timeline God has set out for him. When you trust your inner knowing about who you are and what you are capable of, no one can stop you!Please like, rate, review, and subscribe to this podcast.Tarek Reveals:Tarek recently finished writing his first original pilot themed around the secret lives of influencers and how their actions are driven by trauma.Be intentional with your time. It is yours. It doesn't master you.What you need will come when you need it.Smile in the face of rejection.Having someone believe in you empowers you.Confidence is one thing, trusting in your future is a whole other level of loving yourself.Everything is not for everyone.Applying at Stanford with no cash was a shot in the dark but Tarek knew he was destined for great things.The point where Tarek almost gave up on going to college.If you don't put yourself out there you will never get what you want from life.Noes are stepping stones to Yeses.No one else can put an end to your dreams.Join the community!THAT Convo Pod@thatconvopod on InstagramConnect with Tarek:@itstarekali on Instagram@itstarekali on TwitterTarek Ali on YouTube@itstarekali on TikTok
We head back to Colorado to visit with Autumn Serano, CAA who is the AP and the AD at Green Mountain School in Lakewood. Autumn and I connected at the 2021 NADC in Denver and today she shares her story and some really cool Best Practices on The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
In this episode Dom Baker sits down with Graeme Marshall, Mitch Ryan, and Laura Waterer. Graeme Marshall lives in Nelson, BC with his wife and their three great teenage kids. He is a BC Certified Teacher and a Professional Member of the Canadian Avalanche Association. Graeme's inspiration for creating the Adventure Tourism Leadership and Safety (ATLAS) Academy developed over years of working as an outdoor educator, guide, and safety tech in a variety of seasons and with a number of organizations. When not leading trips with ATLAS, Graeme tries to get out whitewater canoeing, mountain biking, and ski touring with friends and family. When at home he will likely be strumming a guitar or spinning a record with a wicked cup of coffee by his side. Mitch Ryan got a taste for backcountry skiing in the ATLAS program at LV Rogers High School in Nelson, BC. He started off in the winter world of work as a volunteer patroller, quickly switching to full time as soon as he was old enough. These glory days consisted of winters at Whitewater Ski Resort, the odd tail guiding stint, wildfire firefighting around the Kootenays in the summers, and surfing and ski touring in all the free time he could find. After cutting his teeth in the Kootenays and going through his CAA level 2 he wanted bigger mountains and landed a job as an avalanche technician at a remote gold mine in northern BC, where he still enjoys spending his winters today. Grateful to grow up in the small mountain town of Nelson BC, Laura was an avid skier from a young age. In Grade 12 she first stepped foot in the backcountry as part of the outdoor education program at the local highschool. After spending some years traveling around the world and completing post-secondary education in Vancouver, Laura moved back to the Kootenays for a season of volunteer ski patrol at her home hill of Whitewater Ski Resort. That has since transformed into a 10-year career with the snow safety program starting as a volunteer and moving into the assistant patrol director position, and now full-time forecasting. Passionate about mountain safety and giving back to the community, she volunteers with Nelson Search and Rescue and teaches avalanche education courses on the side. In her spare time, Laura explores the Kootenays with her partner and young son. ATLAS program: https://www.sd8.bc.ca/programs/adventure-tourism-leadership-safety-atlas Avalanche Awareness Beyond the Boundaries Society (AABBS): https://skiwhitewater.com/lessons-programs/professional-courses/youth-avalanche-skills-training-aabbs/ Avalanche Canada youth outreach @behind_thelines Music in this episode is used with permission of the artist, Age Diamante - I do love you Artwork by Mike Tea, miketea.com Episode produced by Wes Gregg
Latin music tips the spear of media consumption for Spanish-speaking Americans, asserts Bruno Del Granado, the head of Latin music touring at CAA. A former executive at MTV and manager of Ricky Martin, the Miami-based industry veteran traces the genre's arrival on U.S. shores — from ‘La Bamba' to Selena, “Despacito” and Bad Bunny — as it stands poised to surpass $1 billion in recorded music revenue in 2022. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Latin music tips the spear of media consumption for Spanish-speaking Americans, asserts Bruno Del Granado, the head of Latin music touring at CAA. A former executive at MTV and manager of Ricky Martin, the Miami-based industry veteran traces the genre's arrival on U.S. shores — from ‘La Bamba' to Selena, “Despacito” and Bad Bunny — as it stands poised to surpass $1 billion in recorded music revenue in 2022. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's episode the boys are joined again by former Brown All-American LSM Larken Kemp. The fellas get into some RPI chatter and how it'll play into the NCAA Tournament selections [5:50 - 27:35]. From there it's all conference tournament picks and previews with the NEC, ASUN, America East, CAA, MAAC, SoCon, Big Ten and Big East getting going on Thursday. Then we have the Patriot and Ivy Leagues on Friday night. Full slate of college lacrosse ahead of us this weekend and we've got you covered on all fronts.
The info war is spreading into numerous high level struggles. The SAG is back, thanks to Sean. Odd articles are starting to showing up. Those henchmen once paid are now flipping. The public can no longer recognize the truth. It's time to call evil by it's true name. Multi tasking during the demon battle. Doing the right thing means sometimes helping losers. Center yourself and take some prayer time. CAA funding and what they really do. J6 lockups are intimidation. No doubt, their target is the family. Working the system after the dust settles. All MSM is scripted. Those outsourced are also unprotected. So much backup for that one laptop. Revenge is bait. Does whistle blower mean cloud access? From here, it looks like unneeded deal cutting. The Finger Lakes and a zone of evil. The entire fight is about control, of information and of us. It's not like she told us so, it's more like a friendly warning. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices