On “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg”, Dani talks with Rosamond (Roz) Naylor about the blue foods, or foods captured and cultivated from the ocean, rivers, lakes, ponds, and more, and their role in global food systems. Roz Naylor, who is the Co-Chair of the Blue Food Assessment, works to better understand blue foods and help inform future policies that will shape the food system. While you're listening, subscribe, rate, and review the show; it would mean the world to us to have your feedback. You can listen to “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg” wherever you consume your podcasts.
"It's important to go beyond success & failure!" Our guest this week on the Absolutely Write podcast is Harjeet Khanduja - Sr. Vice president at Reliance Jio. Harjeet is also an international speaker, writer, poet, visionary, influencer and alumnus of IIT Roorkee and INSEAD. He has been conferred with the HR Leadership Award, Pride of the Nation Award, HR Personality of the Year, Top 100 HR Minds, Global Digital Ambassador and Global Learning Award. Harjeet has been a LinkedIn power profile, Chicken Soup Writer, TEDx Speaker, Guest Faculty at IIM Ahmedabad, FWA Board member and Co-Chair of Nasscom Diversity Committee. Aditi analyses Harjeet's handwriting and talks about some very interesting aspects of his personality including what makes him a brilliant multi-passionate professional. Harjeet talks about his interesting career transitions and recites a poem that gave our entire team goosebumps. Keep a notepad handy to make notes.
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Are you one of the millions of adults dealing with back pain? Did the pandemic make it worse? Do you wish you could manage your pain with less or no medication? Pain specialist Dr. Saloni Sharma joins us today to talk about her new book and her drug-free approach to pain relief and prevention. Keep listening to find out lots more!Saloni Sharma, MD, LAc is dual board-certified in physical medicine & rehabilitation and pain management. She is medical director of the Orthopaedic Integrative Health Center at Rothman Orthopaedics, and specializes in the non-operative care of musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction, employing a multi-modal approach including the use of acupuncture. Dr. Sharma has studied Lifestyle Medicine, Functional Medicine, and Integrative Medicine through the Andrew Weil program at the University of Arizona. She has studied yoga and meditation at Parmarth Niketan in Rishikesh, India as well as mindfulness at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. She studied acupuncture at Harvard University and completed Stanford's Physician Wellbeing Director Course. At a national level, Dr. Sharma serves as Co-Chair for Spine & Pain Rehabilitation for the American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, on the AAPM&R Diversity & Inclusion Committee, and on a national Opioid Task Force. Furthermore, she continues to support alternatives to opioids and has directed a national physician course on navigating the opioid crisis. She has been voted a Top Doctor multiple years in a row by her peers. Dr. Sharma is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University, has published numerous research articles and textbook chapters, and continues to teach and lecture to residents and medical students. Her teaching skills were recognized with the Dean's Award for Excellence in Education at Sidney Kimmel Medical College. Her upcoming book, The Pain Solution, is a drug-free approach to pain relief and prevention.
Introducing a special episode from the Shah Family Foundation's other podcast, Last Night at School Committee: The City of Boston has a new mayor, and Mayor Wu and her appointed school committee have begun a search for a new Superintendent of Boston Public Schools. Boston has had 6 superintendents in 16 years - three of whom served Interim roles - and all who worked tirelessly on behalf of students, families and staff to improve aspects of BPS. What type of leader does BPS need now? What are the city's priorities for our public school system? Who can be successful in the role? What can Bostonians do to make the next Superintendent's term impactful and successful? In this special series of “Last Night at School Committee,” we bring together more than a dozen community leaders, as well as all 6 superintendents from the last 16 years, and ask them to weigh in on these questions. This first episode features the voices of 14 Boston leaders – teachers, principals, education advocates, nonprofit leaders, union leaders, political leaders, former School Committee members, and others – offering their perspectives on the role of the superintendent, key priorities for Boston Public Schools, and how the community can come together to support our school district and its new leader. Below is a list of all participants in this episode: Will Austin, Founder and CEO, Boston Schools Fund Edith Bazile, BPS Parent and Grandparent, Former BPS Teacher, Special Education and Literacy Advocate Erik Berg, Vice President, Boston Teachers Union Ernani DeAraujo, Former Boston School Committee Member Fabienne Eliacin, BPS Parent and Former Member of the Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SpEdPAC) Dr. Caren Walker Gregory, Head of School, Edward M. Kennedy Academy for Health Careers Matt Holzer, Headmaster, Boston Green Academy Suzanne Lee, Former Principal of the Josiah Quincy Elementary School, Co-Chair of the English Language Learner (ELL) Task Force Cole Moran, Teacher, Charlestown High School James Morton, President and CEO, YMCA of Greater Boston Alexandra Oliver-Dávila, Former Chair of the Boston School Committee and Executive Director of Sociedad Latina Elizabeth Pauley, Associate Vice President, Education to Career and Health and Wellness, The Boston Foundation Tanisha Sullivan, President, NAACP Boston Dave Sweeney, Former Chief of Staff to Boston Mayor Marty Walsh To learn more about the participants and see a video version of the episode highlighting each speaker, visit BostonSuperintendent.com. And be sure to subscribe to the Last Night at School Committee podcast for the rest of the episodes in this series. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The City of Boston has a new mayor, and Mayor Wu and her appointed school committee have begun a search for a new Superintendent of Boston Public Schools. Boston has had 6 superintendents in 16 years - three of whom served Interim roles - and all who worked tirelessly on behalf of students, families and staff to improve aspects of BPS. What type of leader does BPS need now? What are the city's priorities for our public school system? Who can be successful in the role? What can Bostonians do to make the next Superintendent's term impactful and successful? In this special series of “Last Night at School Committee,” we bring together more than a dozen community leaders, as well as all 6 superintendents from the last 16 years, and ask them to weigh in on these questions. This first episode features the voices of 14 Boston leaders – teachers, principals, education advocates, nonprofit leaders, union leaders, political leaders, former School Committee members, and others – offering their perspectives on the role of the superintendent, key priorities for Boston Public Schools, and how the community can come together to support our school district and its new leader. Below is a list of all participants in this episode: Will Austin, Founder and CEO, Boston Schools Fund Edith Bazile, BPS Parent and Grandparent, Former BPS Teacher, Special Education and Literacy Advocate Erik Berg, Vice President, Boston Teachers Union Ernani DeAraujo, Former Boston School Committee Member Fabienne Eliacin, BPS Parent and Former Member of the Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SpEdPAC) Dr. Caren Walker Gregory, Head of School, Edward M. Kennedy Academy for Health Careers Matt Holzer, Headmaster, Boston Green Academy Suzanne Lee, Former Principal of the Josiah Quincy Elementary School, Co-Chair of the English Language Learner (ELL) Task Force Cole Moran, Teacher, Charlestown High School James Morton, President and CEO, YMCA of Greater Boston Alexandra Oliver-Dávila, Former Chair of the Boston School Committee and Executive Director of Sociedad Latina Elizabeth Pauley, Associate Vice President, Education to Career and Health and Wellness, The Boston Foundation Tanisha Sullivan, President, NAACP Boston Dave Sweeney, Former Chief of Staff to Boston Mayor Marty Walsh To learn more about the participants and see a video version of the episode highlighting each speaker, visit BostonSuperintendent.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode Ten: The Unpopular Client: Protecting Their Presumption of Innocence Jennifer Sellitti, Director of Training and Communications at the New Jersey Office of the Public Defender, joins podcast host and Co-Chair of Fox Rothschild's White-Collar Criminal Defense and Regulatory Compliance Practice Matthew Adams for a thought-provoking discussion on how the “presumption of innocence” construct factors into each stage of the criminal justice process, from pre-trial publicity to sentencing. Their conversation also covers the importance of empathy to a defense attorney, the impact of systemic racism and bias on criminal proceedings and their hopes for the future of this field of law.
May recognizes both Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and National Mental Health Awareness Month. As we navigate our way through COVID, each of us faces challenges that impact our mental health. Many have experienced personal loss and changes at work and in our caregiving responsibilities. The need for community support and healing grows every day. In this podcast episode, Dr. Pata Suyemoto returns as our special guest (https://soundcloud.com/asianwomenforhealth/pathways-forward-awareness-and-activism-mental-health). Pata has long been a champion of health and racial equity as a feminist scholar, writer, educator, and mental health activist. As the Training/Program Director for the National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association (NAAPIMHA) and the Director of the National Asian American Pacific Islander Empowerment Network (NAAPIEN), Pata is reshaping the conversation around mental wellness by engaging more people with lived experiences to share their stories. Pata has spoken about being a suicide attempt survivor and her struggles with chronic depression and PTSD. She believes there is tremendous value in claiming and sharing one's lived experiences, knowledge, and perspectives to benefit one another and to help inform health practice and policy. Learn more about these efforts and upcoming events. Connect and get involved! Upcoming Events: *May 18-19, 2022* 21st Annual MA Suicide Prevention Conference https://web.cvent.com/event/765b74af-2164-4644-a87a-247b7dcf9e89/summary July 30, 2022 13th Annual Asian American Mental Health Forum Building Resilience: Healing Trauma Across Generations https://www.asianwomenforhealth.org/asian-american-mental-health-forum.html Resource Links: - NAAPIMHA https://www.naapimha.org - NAAPIEN Network / Email: email@example.com - Massachusetts Coalition for Suicide Prevention Toolkit Resource https://masspreventssuicide.org/widening-the-lens-exploring-the-role-of-social-justice-and-racial-equity-in-suicide-prevention - Greater Boston Regional Suicide Prevention https://www.greaterbostonpreventssuicide.org/ - Suicide Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 More About Dr. Pata Suyemoto Pata Suyemoto is the Co-Chair for the Greater Boston Regional Suicide Prevention Coalition and the Founder and Co-Chair of the Massachusetts Coalition for Suicide Prevention (MCSP) Alliance for Equity. She is also a master trainer for NAAPIMHA's Achieving Whole Health Program, a curriculum developer, and a diversity trainer. She earned her PhD from the University of Pennsylvania and did her research on anti-racist education and issues of race and racism. Pata is one of the authors of Widening the Lens: Exploring the Role of Social Justice in Suicide Prevention – A Racial Equity Toolkit. She is a Co-Founder of The Breaking Silences Project, which is an artistic endeavor that educates about the high rates of depression and suicide among Asian American young women. Pata is also a member of several boards and committees including the MCSP's Executive Committee, the planning committee for the annual Asian American Mental Health Forum, and the board of directors for the American Association of Suicidology. Her claim to fame is that she rode her bicycle across the country in the summer of 2012. *Disclaimer The information on this page is not intended or implied to be a substitute for individualized health care, professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. All content in this podcast is for general information purposes only. ** If you or a loved one are struggling with mental health or suicide ideation, resources are available through the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health (mass.gov), the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Massachusetts (namimass.org), or the Massachusetts Coalition for Suicide Prevention (masspreventsuicide.org).
The following question refers to Section 4.11 of the 2021 ESC CV Prevention Guidelines. The question is asked by Dr. Christian Faaborg-Andersen, answered first by UCSF resident Dr. Jessie Holtzman, and then by expert faculty Dr. Laurence Sperling. Dr. Laurence Sperling is the Katz Professor in Preventive Cardiology at the Emory University School of Medicine and Founder of Preventive Cardiology at the Emory Clinic. Dr. Sperling was a member of the writing group for the 2018 Cholesterol Guidelines, serves as Co-Chair for the ACC's Cardiometabolic and Diabetes working group, and is Co-Chair of the WHF Roadmap for Cardiovascular Prevention in Diabetes. The CardioNerds Decipher The Guidelines Series for the 2021 ESC CV Prevention Guidelines represents a collaboration with the ACC Prevention of CVD Section, the National Lipid Association, and Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association. Question #12 Medically supervised cardiac rehabilitation programs after ASCVD events and for patient with heart failure carries a Class I recommendation. However, placement of referrals, uptake and enrollment after referral, and rigor of rehabilitation all remain inconsistent. What minimum cumulative duration of cardiac rehabilitation has been chosen as a threshold of effectiveness for cardiac rehabilitation by the European Society of Cardiology? A. 100-300 minutes, 10 sessions B. 300-500 minutes, 16 sessions C. 500-700 minutes, 22 sessions D. 700-1000 minutes, 28 sessions E. >1000 minutes, 36 sessions Answer #12 The correct answer is E: >1000 minutes across 36 sessions. Cardiac rehabilitation is a comprehensive, multidisciplinary intervention not just including exercise training and physical activity counselling, but also education, risk factor modification, diet/nutritional counselling, and vocational and psychosocial support. A broad evidence base demonstrates that multidisciplinary cardiac rehabilitation and prevention programs after ASCVD events or revascularization reduce recurrent cardiovascular hospitalizations, myocardial infarction, and cardiovascular mortality. In patients with chronic HF (mainly HFrEF), exercise based cardiac rehabilitation (EBCR) may improve all-cause mortality, reduce hospital admissions, and improve exercise capacity and quality of life. Such programs include a wide array of activities including physical activity, risk factor modification, psychosocial support, nutrition counseling, and more. Despite the heterogenous design of clinical trials, cardiac rehabilitation has been shown to be a cost-effective intervention. Based upon the available review data, the European Association of Preventive Cardiology and the European Society of Cardiology proposed minimum standards for secondary prevention cardiac rehabilitation programs. Based upon a comprehensive review of the literature, ESC recommends that cardiac rehabilitation be multidisciplinary, supervised by health professionals, and start as soon as possible after a cardiovascular event. Cardiac rehabilitation should include both aerobic and muscular resistance tailored to the fitness level of the participant, should carry a duration of >1000 minutes in total, and should exceed 36 sessions total. While uptake remains limited, electronic prompts within the medical record and automatic referrals should be considered to enhance referral and participation. Future research should continue to explore the benefit of home-based cardiac rehabilitation with or without telemonitoring. Lastly, studies have shown that uptake remains lower among women, and targeted programs should be undertaken to address such disparities. Main Takeaway Current European Society of Cardiology guidelines provide a Class I (LOE A) recommendation for the participation in multidisciplinary cardiac rehabilitation programs for the secondary prevention of ASCVD events including revascularization and in individuals with heart failure (mainly HFrEF) to improve patient outcomes.
TeamPeds Talks is a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) and features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health. Join us for pediatric-focused conversations about dermatology, Lyme disease, disaster preparedness, injuries, immunizations and more as we discuss the importance of summer and outdoor wellness. This series will focus on summer health and wellness. In this podcast series, our host, Dr. Andrea Kline-Tilford, NAPNAP's Executive Board President, will explore different aspects of children and teen health and wellness through conversations with NAPNAP member experts and special interest group leaders. Andrea Kline-Tilford, PhD, CPNP-AC is an Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with significant clinical experience in pediatric critical care and pediatric cardiac surgery. She is the NAPNAP Executive Board President and the Professional Issues Department Editor of the Journal of Pediatric Health Care. She is the co-editor of two books: Lippincott Certification Review: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Cases in Pediatric Acute Care: Strengthening Clinical Decision Making. She has presented internationally on topics of pediatric acute care and pediatric advanced practice nursing, with many publications in these areas. She is an advocate for children and proud mother of two. This episode's guests are Tina Rickenback & Cat Goodhue, discussing preparedness for drowning, thunder storms, excessive heat, and fires. Christina “Tina” Rickenback, MSN, APRN, CPNP Tina Rickenback earned her BSN from The Catholic University of America and her MSN from the Yale University School of Nursing. She is a primary care PNP at Wildwood Pediatrics in Connecticut. A retired Captain from the US Naval Reserves with over 20 years of service, she participated in mass casualty exercises and was deployed to a tent hospital during Operation Desert Storm. She is a member of her local Medical Reserve Corps. She has written articles for the lay press about emergency preparedness and is Co-Chair of the Children in Disasters Special Interest Group. Catherine “Cat” Goodhue, MN, CPNP Cat Goodhue is a PNP with over 30 years of pediatric experience. She earned her BSH from Georgetown University and her MN from UCLA. Currently she is the Outpatient Trauma Clinic PNP at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. She has conducted pediatric disaster preparedness research in various populations, lectured regionally and nationally, and co-edited Nursing Management of Pediatric Disaster. She is the Co-Chair of the Children in Disasters Special Interest Group. Visit us at napnap.org!
Ch1: Democrats are attempting to enshrine abortion access into law after last week's leak of a U.S. Supreme Court draft opinion that seeks to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling. Guest: Reggie Cecchini, Global News Washington Correspondent. Ch2: An accidental demolition of a heritage home is causing financial problems for a developer on the North Shore. Guest: Raji Sohal, Mornings with Simi Contributor Ch3: The CFIB says WorkSafeBC should return almost $2.9 billion in excess funds Guest: Annie Dormuth, BC Provincial Affairs Officer for the Canadian Federation of Independent Business Ch4: Another voice has entered the ongoing debate over the proposed Broadway plan. Guest: Kit Sauder, Co-Chair of Vancouver Renters' Advisory Committee Ch5: The latest briefing from Dr. Bonnie Henry had a few key messages including that booster uptake is lower than they wish. Guest: CKNW Contributor Raji Sohal interviewed Karina Zeidler, Family Physician and Protect our Province Co-Founder See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Katherine Hamilton co-hosted "The Energy Gang" podcast for over eight years. She is the co-founder and Chair of 38 North Solutions, a public policy firm focused on clean energy and innovation. She currently serves as Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum's Global Future Council on Clean Electrification. She was the President of the GridWise Alliance, served as a policy advisor for Good Energies, Inc. She served as a federal and state policy advisor for a number of years for Energy Storage Association. Katherine was named Ambassador to the Secretary of Energy's Clean Energy Education and Empowerment (C3E) under the Clean Energy Ministerial and was Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum's Global Future Council on Advanced Energy Technologies.Episode NotesKatherine Hamilton has an extensive career in public policy in the clean energy space. She co-hosted the podcast "The Energy Gang" for over eight years and brought her deep knowledge, expertise, and viewpoints to the show. She shares how she got involved with the podcast and what it was like co-hosting the podcast.Katherine also shares how she went from a bachelor's degree in English from Cornell University and a master's degree in Culture and Civilization from Université Paris-Sorbonne into energy public policy and how her initially non-technical background provides a great foundation for the technical work she does now. We get into a fun discussion about the importance of verbal communication and how to develop that skill.Music used in the podcast: Higher Up, Silverman Sound StudioAcronyms, Definitions, and Fact Check"The Energy Gang": https://www.greentechmedia.com/podcast/the-energy-gangStephen Lacey - produces and hosts The Energy Gang and Interchange podcasts, two of the most popular podcasts on energy and cleantech. (https://www.greentechmedia.com)Jigar Shah - co-host of The Energy Gang. The director of the Loan Programs Office of the US Department of Energy. (Wikipedia)Podcasting began to catch hold in late 2004. (Wikipedia)38 North Solutions: https://38northsolutions.comWorld Economic Forum's Global Future Council on Clean Electrification's Mission and Objectives: Achieving net-zero carbon targets will require clean electrification of energy uses, especially for buildings, transport and industry. In addition, to meeting these targets, electrification needs access to renewable energy sources at scale combined with the availability of grid infrastructure to connect them. The Global Future Council on Clean Electrification will bring together subject matter experts from industry, academia and civil society to amplify the value and role of clean electrification in the energy transition. (https://www.weforum.org/communities/gfc-on-clean-electrification)An integrated resource plan is a roadmap that large utilities use to plan out generational acquisitions over five, 10, or 20 years (or more). Many utilities use integrated resource plans for coal, natural gas, and smart grid energy. (https://www.energyacuity.com/blog/what-is-an-integrated-resource-plan-why-is-it-important/)National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) focuses on creative answers to today's energy challenges. (https://www.nrel.gov)
So, it was my pleasure to sit down with my colleague, Colin Bradford in the Virtual Studio to talk about the rising geopolitical tensions in the global order and the evident threats to the continuation of global governance, especially in the G20. There continues to be sharp relations between China and the United States. These relations have only become more difficult with the conflict between Russia and the Ukraine. How can the Bali G20 Summit proceed with the current determination by Russia's President Putin to attend the Summit and the US insistence that it cannot be “business as usual”? It imposes real pressure on the G20 host Indonesia with respect to the attendance and the agenda. In 2004 as a Brookings expert, Colin Bradford was the first person to push for transforming the G8 to G20 at leaders' level and became a leading convener of conferences, workshops, and seminars to work for international institutional reforms to bring the emerging market economies more fully into the global system. Colin continues to be the Lead Co-chair of the CWD, the China-West Dialogue and a Co-Chair in the V20, Vision20, an unofficial engagement group of the G20, Colin has participated in all the recent Global Solutions Summits out of Berlin and has been named a GSS Global Fellow. Currently, Colin is a Non-resident Senior Fellow of the Global Economy and Development Program, Brookings Institution. So come join Colin and I as we examine the threat to the roles of the G7 and the G20.
Raised in Madrid, the daughter of an immigrant from Equatorial Guinea, Armilla Staley-Ngomo is a criminal defense attorney with Federal Defenders of San Diego, representing both pretrial and post-conviction clients charged with committing federal criminal and “crimmigration” offenses in federal court. She proudly represents Latinx clients who are often undocumented immigrants and monolingual Spanish speakers. Upon graduating from The University of California Berkeley School of Law, Armilla clerked for the Honorable Consuelo B. Marshall, the first Black woman appointed to the federal bench in the Central District of California, and the first woman chief judge for the same – whom she credits as a major inspiration. Armilla is a board member of the Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association and Co-Chair of the Lawyers Club of San Diego Diverse Women's Committee, among many other organizations. Listen in as top executive coach Lacey Leone McLaughlin and her clients tell the stories and learnings they wish they had known then. Music courtesy of @blkmktmusic
Psychologist, attorney, and Different Brains board member Dr. Lori Butts shares what makes something a “disorder”. (VIDEO - 22 mins) Dr. Lori J. Butts is the CEO and President of the Clinical & Forensic Institute (CFI) with offices in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, Florida. After graduating from Clemson University with Honors, Dr. Butts received her law and doctoral psychology degrees from the innovative jointly sponsored program by Villanova School of Law and MCP Hahnemann University Department of Clinical Psychology. Dr. Butts completed her internship in clinical and forensic psychology at New York University School of Medicine, Bellevue Hospital, and Kirby Forensic Psychiatric Hospital, She fulfilled her residency requirements at CFI where she was trained by Dr. John A. Spencer. Dr. Butts is licensed to practice psychology in Colorado and Florida and is a member of the Florida Bar. Dr. Butts is the Past President of the Florida Psychological Association (FPA). She has previously served as the President of the Forensic Division of FPA and the Co-Chair of Legislative Affairs and Public Policy Board. Dr. Butts has also served on the Committee on Legal Issues (COLI) for the American Psychological Association. She has received the “What A Woman Award” and has been recognized as a Distinguished Psychologist for her dedication and service to the profession of psychology by the Florida Psychological Association. In 2016, she was recognized as the “Mental Health Professional of the Year” by the Broward County Crime Commission. To find out more about Dr. Butts' work, visit https://cfiexperts.com/ Follow Different Brains on social media: https://twitter.com/diffbrains https://www.facebook.com/different.brains/ https://www.instagram.com/diffbrains/ Check out more episodes of Exploring Different Brains! http://differentbrains.org/category/edb/
This week, we have my promised update from the defense bar perspective on the many happenings in the world of retirement plans. Joining me is repeat guest David Levine, Principal and Co-Chair of the Plan Sponsor Practice at Groom Law group. We start out with some headline grabbing topics like crypto currency in retirement plans, then we delve into cyber security and data privacy followed but some thoughts on the current and future state of retirement plan litigation. David also shares his perspective on a few suggestions I have heard from plaintiff's attorneys and he plays word police on me in a few of my questions or statements. Good stuff and I hope you enjoy! Guest Bio David Levine is co-chair of the firm's employer-focused practice. He advises plan sponsors, advisors, and other service providers on a wide range of employee benefits matters, from retirement and executive compensation to health and welfare plan matters. David advises on the design and redesign of complex retirement, executive, and health and welfare plans; ongoing, day-to-day counseling of plan sponsors; in-depth compliance reviews of corporate and governmental benefit programs; alternative products and assets, including venture capital, private equity, and cryptocurrency, for IRA, HSAs, and 401(k) plan service providers; products and compliance for retirement and health service providers, and representation of tax-exempt organizations with respect to issues involving corporate governance, executive compensation, and unrelated business income tax liability. David was previously the Chair of the IRS Advisory Committee on Tax Exempt and Government Entities (2011-2013) and is currently a member of the Executive Committee of the Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Association and serves in a number of leadership roles in the American Bar Association Tax Section's Employee Benefits Committee. David regularly speaks on plan design, fiduciary governance, and legislative issues and contributes a recurring column to NAPA Net — The Magazine. He is recognized in the Chambers USA guide for Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation. 401(k) Fridays Podcast Overview Struggling with a fiduciary issue, looking for strategies to improve employee retirement outcomes or curious about the impact of current events on your retirement plan? We've had conversations with retirement industry leaders to address these and other relevant topics! You can easily explore over 225 prior on-demand audio interviews here. Don't forget to subscribe as we release a new episode each Friday!
Thursday, May 5th on Urban Forum Northwest - Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D) CA-43 Chair, House Financial Services Committee Tana Yasu, Co-Chair, Seattle Women's Commission Rebecca Bryant, Co-Chair, Seattle Women's Commission Andrew Ikechukwu Ashiofu, Co-Chair, Seattle LGBTQ Commision Marta Idowu, Liason for the Seattle Womens and Human Rights Commissions
How should we actually prepare for natural disasters? Dr. Ryan Reynolds, PhD Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UBC School of Community and Regional Planning, and expert in natural hazards, coastal hazards and household emergency preparedness discusses how to prepare for natural disasters as B.C. tests their emergency alert system. Why do people keep attacking comedians on stage? As comedian Dave Chappelle was attacked on stage during his most recent show at the Hollywood Bowl. We ask if this is a trend that comedians should be weary of. Harry Doupe, Comedian, Comedy Even Producer and TV Comedy Writer joins us to discuss. How can we improve healthcare in BC? Edith Machattie, Co-Chair at BC Health Coalition discusses more ways to improve healthcare in B.C. Should we go private? Should we keep it public? Racism in medicine Today CKNW Contributor Eric Chapman finds out if this is happening with our medical students. Sure Schools have Diversity and inclusion programs but is that just surface level compliance? Vancouver's housing prices are dropping and interest rates are rising – will the growing population rate impact this as well? Dane Eitel, President & Ceo at Eitel Insights who specializes in Real Estate Analytics discusses whether a growing population will have an impact on interest rates. May the 4th be with you! Today is the 11th annual Star Wars Day Today is a very important day for geeks around the world.. It's Star Wars Day! May the 4th be with you. Our show contributor Jawn Jang takes us into the wonderfully nerdy world of Star Wars and why today means so much to so many. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
About Tami Bonnell EXIT Realty Corp International's Co-Chair TAMI BONNELL is an internationally renowned leader and speaker in the real estate industry and was instrumental in building three major brands. Among her many achievements, she was recognized by Real Estate trend watcher, Stephan Swanepoel, three years consecutively as one of the 200 most Powerful and influential people in residential real estate, among the top 20 corporate executives and among the top 10 women leaders. About EXIT Realty A company built on human potential - Disrupting the real estate industry since 1996, our growth is fueled by our exclusive, by-invitation-only, people-powered business model. The EXIT Formula changes the narrative, celebrates human potential, and fosters an atmosphere of collaboration, self-determination, and prosperity offering a pathway to unlimited income. We believe in strengthening the individual from the inside out, providing the tools to learn and grow, not only as real estate professionals but as parents, spouses, friends, and neighbors. Key Takeaways: 0:00 Welcome to WIN, the Women Investing Network, hosted by Sharon Lechter 0:55 Introducing Tami Bonnell 1:21 Tami Bonnell is the international co-chair of EXIT Realty Corp and real estate pioneer 2:05 Tami started selling real estate at age 13 4:06 Prior to becoming part of EXIT Realty, Tami was instrumental in building 3 major brands 4:55 Many agents forget to invest in themselves and live paycheck to paycheck 6:00 EXIT Realty is growing immensely and focused on human potential 7:28 What is your vision for the future in real estate? 8:32 Panic buying and buyer's remorse 9:34 New varieties of investment opportunities 10:25 High emotion, low intelligence 11:16 Get in touch with Tami and EXIT Realty - text TAMI to 85377 Free Class: Easily get up to $250,000 in funding for real estate, business or anything else http://JasonHartman.com/Fund Free Report on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com Jason's TV Clips: https://vimeo.com/549444172 Free Class: CYA Protect Your Assets, Save Taxes & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect Special Offer from Ron LeGrand: https://JasonHartman.com/Ron What do Jason's clients say? http://JasonHartmanTestimonials.com Contact our Investment Counselors at: www.JasonHartman.com Watch, subscribe and comment on Jason's videos on his official YouTube channel: YouTube.com/c/JasonHartmanRealEstate/videos Free white paper on the Hartman Comparison Index™ Guided Visualization for Investors: JasonHartman.com/visualization Jason's videos in his other sites: JasonHartman.com/Rumble JasonHartman.com/Bitchute JasonHartman.com/Odysee
We know that we routinely teach the way we were taught. In this episode, we look at a new way preservice teachers are introduced to teaching with technology, the successes, the barriers, and the curious view ahead for the profession. Follow on Twitter: @FoulgerTeresa @ISTE @mrhooker @jonharper70bd @bamradionetwork @shellthief @cmurcray #ISTE20 #ISTEturns40 #edchat #edtech #edtechchat Teresa S. Foulger is a chapter author and co-editor of Championing Technology Infusion in Teacher Preparation: A Framework for Supporting Future Educators and is an Associate Professor of Educational Technology and Program Coordinator for Educational Studies (BAE) in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University (ASU). She has expertise in leading educational transformation and works to advance the use of technology for all learners. Her scholarship is use-inspired and she has published about the innovative use of technology in education, the technology infusion movement in teacher preparation, innovative professional development models, and strategies for organizational change. Teresa supports and researches the adoption of technology infusion at ASU, which has resulted in a sequence of peer-reviewed journal articles that document the long-term change project. This scholarship has received numerous research awards including the Outstanding Research Article Award (2014 and 2019) from the Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education; Best Practice Award for the Innovative Use of Technology (2017, with colleagues) from the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education's (AACTE) Committee on Innovation and Technology; and the Best Research Paper Award (2014) from the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Technology as a Change Agent in Teaching and Learning Special Interest Group. Teresa led and co-authored international research that resulted in defining the Teacher Educator Technology Competencies (TETCs), which serve to guide the professional development of teacher educators who teach in a technology-infused preparation program. This work was awarded the Edward C. Pomeroy Award for Outstanding Contributions to Teacher Education from AACTE (2021, with colleagues). Teresa served as President of the ISTE Teacher Education Network from 2011–2015 and received the Making IT Happen award from ISTE in 2019. She served as the Co-Chair of the TPACK SIG of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) and is an Associate Editor for the Australasian Journal of Educational Technology. You can learn more about her at https://www.teresafoulger.com/ Dr. Kevin J. Graziano, contributor and co-editor of Championing Technology Infusion in Teacher Preparation: A Framework for Supporting Future Educators, is a Professor of Teacher Education in the School of Education at Nevada State College. He teaches educational technology courses to preservice and inservice teachers and conducts research on teachers' technology integration in the classroom. Kevin is the recipient of the 2012 Nevada System of Higher Education, Board of Regents' Teaching Award. In 2012, Kevin also received a Fulbright Specialist grant from the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. He provided training on educational technology to preservice teachers at Sakhnin College in Sakhnin, Israel. In the same year, Kevin completed two international fellowships to the University of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia and the Marino Institute of Education in Dublin, Ireland where he trained teacher educators and preservice teachers on photovoice and technology. During his sabbatical in 2015, Kevin worked with teachers at a newcomer high school to flip the math classroom. He has co-authored international research that led to the development of the Teacher Educator Technology Competencies (TETCs).
Throughout Kathy Jordan's career, education via workshops and hands-on experience has kept her approach to glass fresh and informed. Her training is the beneficial byproduct of many workshops, including a decade of Richard Millard's glass painting instruction held at his Antrim School in New Hampshire, intensive China painting study, and master instruction internationally. Antrim inspired Jordan to teach others by providing the same kind of camaraderie combined with intensive glass painting instruction. Jordan states: “If I had gone to an art college or university when I graduated high school, I would not be involved in glass today. My education has been unconventional, but most certainly degree worthy.” At home in Media, Pennsylvania, Jordan is wife, mother, and artist. The success of her studio, The Art of Glass, Inc.,rested upon her multifaceted talents in visual arts, historical research, technology, and entrepreneurship. Jordan's studio completed projects in churches and public spaces from Barbados to Maine, 95 percent of which were restorations. Though restoration painting is her forte, in 2013 she painted and fabricated seven new windows for St. Joseph Church in Sea Isle City, New Jersey. The largest, a panoramic baptism scene, measured 560 square feet. The late Charles Z. Lawrence, who created five windows for the Washington National Cathedral, designed the windows and selected glass for the project. Over the last three decades, Jordan has been involved with many notable restoration projects by Tiffany, LaFarge, Clayton and Bell, Mayer of Munich, Lalique, and other historically significant artists/ studios. Many of these jobs were carried out in collaboration with Femenella & Associates, including seven Tiffany angels for a travelling exhibit called In Company with Angels, Princeton University Chapel, the Washington National Cathedral and the fire-damaged windows of St. Bernard's Episcopal Church in Bernardsville, New Jersey, which established Jordan as a conservation painter. Several of these projects received Historic Preservation awards. In 2014, Jordan closed The Art of Glass, Inc. and began working for Willet Hauser Architectural Glass, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As Director of Art Development, one of her first jobs was to represent the studio at an important function at West Point Military Academy. She is currently involved with ongoing large, new window projects for St. Wenceslaus in Omaha. Nebraska., St. Joseph's Cathedral in Jefferson, Mississippi, and St. Agnes in Key Biscayne, Florida. Willet Hauser received the Philadelphia Preservation Alliance Award this year for the historic restoration of the Isaiah Rose Window by John LaFarge, First Unitarian Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In contrast to her work on historic windows, Jordan's autonomous panels, especially those that involve portraiture, reveal her hand and are painterly and spontaneous. For example, The Chief's Wife, which is comprised of three, 5-inch-square paintings of Native American elders that turn within the frame, was painted with Reusche's water based medium. She explains: “It behaves like an oil, but thins with and cleans up with water. It will dry if left out, but you can work into it for an extended period of time before drying occurs. I can work quickly and get a full range of value in one face, in one fire. This technique can be spontaneous and loose or controlled and refined, allowing the viewer to see tool marks, brush strokes, or none at all.” Jordan created her panel On Walden's Pond in a Debora Coombs' class from a sketch done previously in a life drawing session. Coombs' workshop was an exploration of all the different textures possible with water-based medium. Many of Jordan's autonomous panels have been donated to the American Glass Guild (AGG) auctions to raise money for the James Whitney educational scholarship. Involved with the AGG since its inception in 2006, Jordan is going into her third year as president of the organization – an extended term due to the global pandemic. The AGG will hold its annual conference from July 14 – 17, 2022 at the Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York. Also serving as Co-Chair of the International Year of Glass' North America Steering Committee, Jordan says 2022 is the perfect year to celebrate glass in all of its forms. Jordan states: “My work and more importantly my contributions to our industry, emerging artists I work with, the clients we work for and the students I teach is why I love this medium and continue to work and volunteer in glass. It is in my DNA and am enthralled by its beauty, mystery and endless possibilities. I was asked not too long ago what or where my body of work was. It was a leading question, and my response was swift. I responded by saying, my body of work was within historic works of stained glass windows that were preserved. My work is called upon by the many students I have taught and by doing so, they now create with confidence and pass along what they have learned. I can't ask for any more.” https://masterclass.narcissusquagliata.com/courses/business-life-of-an-artist Click the link above for the webinar, The Business Life of an Artist, featuring Kathy Jordan, Narcissus Quagliata, and Orfeo Quagliata. On the checkout page, click on Have a coupon? and type: toyg
The InterPride podcast series, InterPod, is proud to launch our 13th Special episode, Lesbian Visibility Week: Transgender Lesbian Love Story. The LGBTQIA+ community has come a long way in the fight for acceptance. Our voices matter and will be heard. Many of our LGBTQIA+ community members have fought for decades for the right to be seen and heard. Tiffany Woods is a wife, mother of three, trans woman, activist, and recognized LGBTQ+ leader. She is an Appointed California Democratic Party Delegate by Rep Barbara Lee, CD-13, (3 terms) and the 1st Trans Woman to be elected a California Democratic Party Caucus Chair as Co-Chair of the LGBTQ Caucus in 2019 re-elected in 2021. She is a 20201 appointed member of the CDP Credentials Standing Committee. She served as Secretary of the LGBT Caucus, 2017–2019. She was selected by Speaker Pro-Tem Toni Atkins as one of eight LGBTQ Californians selected as a CA LGBTQ Legislative Caucus Pride Honoree in 2020. An At-Large Hillary Clinton Delegate to the DNC in 2016, she is one of the first three trans delegates to ever attend the Democratic National Convention from California and a member of the historic first-ever DNC Transgender Caucus. In 2017, she became an Emerge CA 2017 and Equality California Leadership Institute Alumna. Tiffany has worked in HIV Prevention and Trans Health for 20+ years creating and implementing innovative, nationally and internationally recognized inclusive health care programs for transgender and gender nonbinary folx. She has trained medical providers and Police Academy recruits on trans identity and community relations and provided technical assistance to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) International in Central America for their National Trans Health Service Strategy in Guatemala and Panama. She currently works at the California Department of Public Health, Office of AIDS, as the first Transgender Health and Community Engagement Specialist and state Co-Chair for the California HIV Planning Group. Listen in as we hear Tiffany talk about her journey from coming out as trans in 1989 to spearheading the fight for LGBTQIA+ rights! Follow us on social media: Facebook (InterPride) | Facebook (WorldPride) Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTube | Apple | Google | Eventbrite | Medium | Twitch
Hello everyone and welcome back to The CJEvolution Podcast. Thank you all for the continued support for the show. Please take a moment and give us that 5-Star Rating and Review on Apple Podcasts. We sure would appreciate it. A big thank you to all the brave men and, yes that means YOU, who serve in the criminal justice field. It's a very tough environment but you go out and serve everyday with honor. Keep up the great work, and remember to be safe. If you are someone you know is struggling. Please remember you are not alone. You are never alone. The dedicated team at FHE - Health, and the team from The Shatterproof Program for First Responders are here for you. All you have to do is take the first step towards your healing and recovery. Please reach out to FHE- Health at 855-622-1297 or contact me at 303-960-9819. https://fherehab.com/services/first-responders/ Its always refreshing and inspiring to hear a senior law enforcement officer talk about the serious issues facing law enforcement and communities, but more importantly taking action behind in attempts to mitigating the problems. My next guest is Chief Tom Synan of Newtown Police Department in Ohio. Chief Synan is a TEDx Speaker and is part of the Hamilton County Addiction Response Coalition. Chief Synan's wide experience has allowed him to have a unique look into the opioid crisis. Chief Synan is a United States Marine Corps veteran and a 29 year police veteran with the Newtown Police Department. For the last 14 years as Police Chief and as is a SWAT Team Leader veteran. In 2014, after the last of an entire family died from addiction, the last two from heroin and fentanyl, Chief Synan met with other members in Hamilton County and helped form the Hamilton County Heroin Coalition (now Hamilton County Addiction Response Coalition) where he sits on the Steering Committee and Co-Chair of Interdiction. Chief Synan coordinates law enforcement efforts to reduce supply and works with other members to help reduce demand. A powerful episode. You can find Chief Synan here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tom-synan-14b1ba6b/ https://lawenforcementactionpartnership.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Tom-Synan2018.pdf https://twitter.com/tomtsynan11 Stay tuned for more great episodes on The CJEvolution Podcast www.cjevolution.com Patrick
Accessing Cash South of the Border As Canadian Startups Increasingly Look to Access US Investors With Natasha Allen, a Partner at Foley & Lardner With Host Richard Levick of LEVICK: Natasha Allen, a partner with Foley & Lardner LLP and a Co-Chair for Artificial Intelligence within the firm's Innovative Technology sector, a Co-Chair of the Venture Capital Committee and a member of the Venture Capital M&A and Transactions Practices, speaks with Host Richard Levick of LEVICK. Natasha discusses how Canadian startups are increasingly looking south to the United States for angel investors; what Canadian entrepreneurs need to know to entice American investors; the corporate and personal tax benefits and government incentives that come with incorporating in Canada as well as the potential tax issues that can come about when U.S. investors look to take distributions or dividends or if the company is sold; the competitive advantage that can be secured by patent protection and more.
No poaching allowed! No, you have not wandered into a Hunter's Safety Forum, but rather an in depth discourse regarding the Department of Justice, Antitrust Division's recent criminal investigations and prosecutions of “No Poach” conduct. These agreements, which generally establish that Company A will not hire Company B's employees and in exchange Company B agrees to do the same, have been in the DOJ crosshairs since 2016, but only in the last year have they been specifically referenced in public charging documents. DOJ's decision to now criminally prosecute “no poach” agreements has resulted in approximately six charged cases from January 2021 to the present. The criminal antitrust defense bar, as well as some academics, have cried foul given that from their perspective the DOJ has created a new form of criminal antitrust conduct out of whole cloth and is prosecuting individuals and corporations who had no intent to violate the law nor had any indication that discussing employment concerns with another company was unlawful. The enforcers have responded just as forcefully and argue that it has always been criminal under Section 1 of the Sherman Act to allocate markets and “no poach” is nothing more than the allocation of the market for employees. Amidst this backdrop, our panel will examine the evolution of “no poach” from the DOJ's 2016 Guidance for Human Resource Professionals to the cases that are currently pending before judges and at least one jury. Our panel will include former Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust Barry Nigro, Co-Chair of the ABA Antitrust Section's Cartel & Criminal Practice Committee Lindsey Vaala, former United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia Zach Terwilliger, and Pepper Crutcher, chair of the Labor and Employment practice group at the Federalist Society and partner at Balch & Bingham, who will wrangle our panel and serve as moderator.Featuring:-- Barry Nigro, Partner, Fried Frank, and former Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust-- Lindsey Vaala, Counsel, Vinson & Elkins, and Co-Chair, ABA Antitrust Section's Cartel and Criminal Practice Committee-- Zach Terwilliger, Partner, Vinson & Elkins, and former United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia-- Moderator: Pepper Crutcher, Partner, Balch & Bingham and Chairman, Labor & Employment Practice Group at the Federalist Society
Each month, a panel of constitutional experts convenes to discuss the Court's upcoming docket sitting by sitting. The cases that will be covered are included below. United States v. Washington (April 18) – workers' compensation; state and federal lawSiegel v. Fitzgerald (April 18) – Bankruptcy Judgeship Act; Bankruptcy Clause of the U.S. Constitution George v. McDonough (April 19) – veterans' claims and Department of Veterans Affairs agency interpretationKemp v. United States (April 19) – Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 60(b)(1)Vega v. Tekoh (April 20) – Habeas motions under 42 U.S.C. 1983 and relief for Miranda violationsKennedy v. Bremerton (April 25) – the Speech and Establishment Clauses of the First AmendmentNance v. Ward (April 25) – method of execution and 42 U.S.C. 1983 habeas motionsBiden v. Texas (April 26) – remain in Mexico immigration policyShoop v. Twyford (April 26) – the All Writs Act and habeas petitionsOklahoma v. Castro-Huerta (April 27) – Indian Law Featuring:-- Noel J. Francisco, Partner-in-Charge Washington, Jones Day-- Allyson Newton Ho, Partner and Co-Chair, Constitutional and Appellate Law Practice Group, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP-- Aaron M. Streett, Chairman, Supreme Court and Constitutional Law Practice, Baker Botts LLP -- Misha Tseytlin, Partner, Troutman Pepper Hamilton Sanders LLP-- Moderator: Elbert Lin, Partner, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP
81. Tara Collingwood - Nutrition to Fuel Your Mission “It's difficult to change some of those behaviors. Get into the why. Find out what's motivating you to make this behavior change. That's super powerful.” Guest Info: Tara Collingwood is a nationally recognized expert and spokesperson on nutrition, fitness, and health promotion and is quoted in a variety of media including television, radio, newspapers, magazines, and websites. Tara was the co-host of Emotional Mojo, a national television show where she was the resident nutrition and health expert from 2013-2015. She is a past National Media Spokesperson for the professional organization of 80,000 Registered Dietitians, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND). Tara appeared regularly as the “Diet Diva” on the national morning television show, The Daily Buzz for 10 years until the show ended in 2015. Tara is the author of Pregnancy Cooking & Nutrition for Dummies (2012) and co-author of Flat Belly Cookbook for Dummies (2014) and All In One Pregnancy (2016). Tara is currently the sports nutrition consultant to the United States Tennis Association (USTA), and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). Tara is a nutrition and movement performance coach at the prestigious Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute where she teaches senior executives how to manage their energy. Tara was the team dietitian for the Orlando Magic NBA team for eleven years and University of Central Florida (UCF) Athletics for twelve years. Tara owns Tara Gidus Nutrition Consulting, LLC in Orlando, FL. A dynamic speaker, she motivates groups large and small on various topics such as achieving a healthy weight, preventing disease, maximizing energy, aging well, enhancing sports performance, pregnancy nutrition, and creating a positive body image. As a consultant, she has worked with numerous companies including Walt Disney World, Rodale Publications, Tupperware, Canyon Ranch Spa, Rosen Hotels, Vijuvia Life Centers, United Behavioral Healthcare, and others. As the official nutritionist for runDisney for three years, she offered nutrition tips to runners on the runDisney blog as well as at the EXPO for all Disney races. Tara was a health blogger and the Healthy Eating Expert on the health information website www.healthline.com for five years. Tara has previous experience improving the diets of senior executives through her work with the Rippe Health Assessment at Advent Health Celebration. She has also overseen numerous weight loss research projects. Tara graduated from Purdue University earning a Bachelor's Degree with a double major of Dietetics and Nutrition, Fitness, and Health. She continued on at Purdue, earning a Master of Science Degree (MS) in Health Promotion, specializing in health behavior and worksite wellness programs. She is a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist (RDN) with the Commission on Dietetic Registration and Licensed Dietitian/Nutritionist (LDN) in the state of Florida. Tara holds a Board Certification as a Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD). Tara is also a Certified Personal Trainer with the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM-CPT). Tara was inducted into the Purdue University Alumni Hall of Fame in the School of Nutrition Science in 2013 for her many accomplishments in the field of nutrition. Volunteering is something important to Tara as evidenced by her continued commitment to the Restoration Ministries for Women. For six years, Tara gave a lecture biweekly to a group of women who are on a six-month rehabilitation program after their release from prison. She taught them how to eat right and exercise in order to feel their best to beat their addictions and get their lives on the right track. Tara has served as the Co-Chair of the Silent Auction for the American Cancer Society's Orlando Chapter. She is a Past President of the Dietetic Association in Orlando and served as the Awards Chair for the Florida Dietetic Association. She has received numerous awards including the esteemed Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year from the Florida Dietetic Association. Tara appears frequently as an expert on various television stations and shows including ivillage Live, Orlando NBC, CBS, ABC, and Fox stations, Central Florida News 13, CW Network, Ivanhoe Broadcast News, and The Golf Channel. She has been quoted in over 1000 various print and online publications including the Associated Press, New York Times, and the Orlando Sentinel as well as various magazines including Women's World, Self, Fitness, Shape, Women's Health, Her Sports, Men's Health, People, Vegetarian Times, Runner's World, Club Business International, Cooking Light, Family Circle, Fit Pregnancy, American Baby, Prevention, and more. She has been quoted on various websites including webmd.com, ediets.com, aol.com, usnews.com, cnn.com, msnbc.com, and more. Tara is an avid runner and has completed one ultra marathon, eighteen full marathons including the prestigious Boston Marathon four times, as well as countless half marathons and other races. Tara lost her husband Stephen Gidus to cancer in 2012. She married John Collingwood in 2015 and they are busy raising her two sons, Basil (14), Levi (12), and two stepsons Maxim (18), and Samuel (16). Favorite Quote: "That which doesn't kill us makes us stronger." — Nietzsche R.O.G. Takeaway Tips: All of us have something to improve. It could be our physical fitness, emotional wellbeing, mental health or spiritual direction, meaning clarify about the purpose of our lives. What's something you really want to change or improve? What is the reason you want to change it or improve it? Your homework this week is to choose one thing, then ask yourself the “five whys”. Drill down to find the heart of the matter. Once you get there, write it down. Set your goals based on your “why”, your truth and your purpose. Do the planning and preparation needed to set up for success. Resources: DietDiva.net Coming Next: Episode 82: Our special guest is Kimberly Brown. Credits: Tara Collingwood, Sheep Jam Productions, Host Shannon Cassidy, Bridge Between, Inc.
As new processing methods become more popular and prominent, roasters must pivot and adjust how they approach them in order to get the best possible result. Processes like honey and pulped natural present unique challenges for even the most veteran roasters. The good news is that there is a growing family of best practices that will help you see success and consistency while embracing the new and emerging methods on the market. To help us sort through this topic we turn to none other than Mike Ebert of Firedancer Consultants. As the founder of Firedancer Coffee Consultants, Mike is dedicated to helping clients create a personalized strategy to ensure long-term success. He works primarily with roasters, producers and retailers, drawing from his extensive experience in all facets of the specialty coffee supply chain to guide clients in reaching their potential. Ebert is an Authorized SCA Trainer; holding the professional level certificates in Green Coffee, Sensory Skills, Roasting and Brewing. He has had a hand in many positions up and down the supply chain and continues his volunteer work with the Specialty Coffee Association's Education Advisory Council as Co-Chair of the Education Content Committee. In our conversation we cover: Then challenge Pulp natural and other processes present Mistakes we make when roasting new processes Knowing your roaster and being vigilant Frame work for earlier success Taking into account the unique sugar changes Rate of Rise How learning new methods can help with old ones Shifting our minds to innovate new metrics Subscribe to Roast Magazine! Use code "ROR" to get $5 off Related Episodes: RoR #1: A Conversation w/ Anne Cooper of Equilibrium Master Roasters RoR #2: Exploring Quality Control w/ Spencer Turer of Coffee Enterprises RoR #3: Making Contingency Planning a Reality w/ Andi Trindle Mersch of Philz Coffee RoR #4: Practical Thermal Dynamics w/ Candice Madison of Royal Coffee / The Crown Oak RoR #5: Time and Color in Roasting w/ Morten Munchow of Coffee Mind” RoR #6: Buying Less and Doing More w/ Ever Meister RoR #7 Illustrative Sample Roasting w/ Mike Ebert of Firedancer Coffee Consultants ROR #8 How Post-Harvest Processing Impacts Flavor w/ Siva Subramanian and Byron Holcomb of Olam Food Ingredients RoR #9 Inside the Roaster's Tool Kit w/ Kat Melheim of Black and White Coffee and The Coffee People Zine RoR #10 : What Your Broker Wishes You Knew w/ Scott Merle of La Minita Coffee RoR #11 : Exploring Scent w/ Sandra Elisa Loofbourow RoR #12 : Inside Coffee Packaging w/ Ever Meister
Carole speaks to the HSE's chief clinical officer and Co-Chair of the oversight group set up following the Maskey report, Dr Colm Henry, about the nation wide review of all CAMHS services and the fourth Covid booster.
Dr. Junlei Li is Co-Chair of the Human Development and Education Program and the Saul Zaentz Senior Lecturer in ECE at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. His work focuses on understanding and building upon the interactions of "helpers" and children. If you want to learn more about his Simple Interactions program, go to his inspiring website at simpleinteractions.org.
Senator Mike Lee is looking to be the Republican candidate for the third time in a row on the upcoming Republican convention. Amelia Powers, Co-Chair of Senator Mike Lee's Re-election campaign calls the show on his behalf. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael (“Mike”) E. Griffin is a Market Leader and Executive Managing Director for Savills, a worldwide company known for its consistent delivery of a full range of integrated real estate services across the globe. Mike joined Savills in 2015 upon its acquisition of Vertical Integration, the startup Florida-based real estate solutions firm that Mike joined upon his graduation with a Business Administration, B.S. degree from the University of South Florida in 2003. Through his consultative, client-centric approach to occupier representation, particularly for multi-market accounts, during his career, Mike has completed commercial real estate transactions totaling more than 9.1 million square feet across the globe in more than 18 states and 15 countries. Mike and his team represent several occupier clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to multiple public sector entities, including some of the largest users of space in the Southeastern US. Mike has also provided advisory services on over 220 million square feet of leased and owned facilities. Complementing his professional experience, Mike is well-known for his civic endeavors. In 2017, Mike served as Chairman of the Tampa Bay Chamber of Commerce (formerly known as the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce) and was recognized as it's youngest Chairman in the more than 130-year history of the organization. He began his involvement with the Chamber when he served as a charter Co-Chair of Emerging Leaders of Tampa Bay (formerly known as Emerge Tampa). He also chaired it's Government Efficiency Caucus, charged with identifying cost-saving opportunities within local government, after having graduated from Leadership Tampa (Class of 2004). Beyond his Chamber service, Mike has made his mark at his alma mater, initially serving two terms as Student Body President and as the charter student member of USF's Board of Trustees. Mike returned to the USF Board of Trustees in 2019 after his appointment by the Florida Board of Governors where he serves as Vice Chairman of the BOT and Chairman of the Finance Committee. As an alumnus, Mike has served as the founding Chairman of USF's Financing Corporation that oversees the bond financing for USF system projects. Under Mike's leadership, financing transactions valuing more than $1.2 billion closed, resulting in more than 1.8 million square feet of projects, ranging from residence halls to sophisticated medical research buildings and office space. Thereafter, Mike chaired the USF Alumni Association Board of Directors and served on the Board of Directors for both the USF Foundation and INTO-USF Board of Directors, a Public-Private-Partnership (P3) focused on the strategic recruitment of international students to USF. In 2018, Mike was appointed to serve on the USF Consolidation Task Force – where he served as its Chairman – which was focused on providing implementation recommendations to consolidate USF's three campuses. Transcending his servant leadership to the GTCC and USF, Mike, an Eagle Scout, serves on the Junior Achievement Board of Directors. Mike and his wife Melanie are the Chairs of the 2022 American Heart Association Heart Ball. He is a graduate of Leadership Florida (Cornerstone XXVI), and in 2017, was appointed by Governor Rick Scott to the Tampa Port Authority/Port Tampa Bay Governing Board. Mike has received commendations from Hillsborough County, the City of Tampa and Howard University, and is a recipient of the Six Sigma Black Belt from Villanova University. Additionally, he is the inaugural recipient of the Tampa Bay Chamber's Deanne Dewey Roberts Emerging Leader Award, and in 2007, was USF's Young Alumnus of the Year. Mike was also one of the youngest named in Florida Trend's 50th Anniversary Issue as one of Florida's 50 World Changers, and recently, was recognized by the Tampa Bay Times as one of the top 25 most influential business leaders in Tampa Bay, a Power 100 by the Tampa Bay Business Journal, a Maverick PAC Future 40 national leader in business and public policy and was named one of Top 100 most influential people in Florida by Influence Magazine. Above all, Mike cherishes spending time with his wife Melanie, son Maverick and Golden Lab Molly.
On this episode Blessing and Andrea deep dive into the effects of a terrible work environment on the mental health of employees, how important it is for the workplace to be inclusive and how beneficial it is for employers to create a workforce that is intentional about retaining working mothers and caters to the needs of parents. They are joined by Sherrie Nguyen - Senior Manager, Product Marketing at Indeed & Stacy Peters - Manager of Learning Operations at Indeed who chat with them about the programmes and policies that indeed has in place to make sure that they create a workplace that promotes mental health, reduces burnout and absenteeism, increases productivity and provides adequate benefits for Indeedians and the global workforce Indeed caters to. Sherrie Nguyen is a long-time Austinite, wife to her high school sweetheart Andy, and mother to 5-year-old Amaya. Originally from Houston, TX, Sherrie is the proud daughter of Vietnamese immigrants and first in her family to graduate college. She is an activist for working parents and caregivers, and she's on a mission to re-imagine a world of work centered on care. Sherrie has worked in tech for over a decade and is currently employed with Indeed as a Product Marketer and also Founder and Co-Chair of the Parents & Caregivers Inclusion Resource Group. She is the recipient of the 2021 Austin Under 40 Award for Technology. Sherrie mentors with the Young Women's Alliance and Breakthrough of Central Texas. Her happy place is swimming at Barton Springs or skateboarding. In her downtime, you can find her devouring a book or sharing deep belly laughs with her family. Stacy Peters is a Manager of Learning Operations at Indeed. Her role leads a Learning Operations group that drives effective learning experiences. They partner with Learning and Development teams to deliver learner-centered communication, innovative technology solutions and processes to help Indeedians learn and grow. Additionally, Stacy is the Co-Chair of Indeed's Black Inclusion Group (BIG), Americas Region. Their mission is to foster an environment of growth and belonging for members of the African Diaspora and allies to promote a diverse and inclusive work culture and support business objectives. Stacy is also doing the single-mom life with her brave, intelligent and beautiful 13-year old. They both enjoy roller skating, good music, and tasty Trinidadian dishes! Sometimes, you can find Stacy on stage sharing one of her life-long passions - singing. This podcast is in partnership with Indeed, the world's number one job site, a company committed to helping women find better work. Visit www.indeed.com/betterwork and join us as we #LevelUpWithIndeed. Become a member of the Mother Honestly Private Network by visiting www.motherhonestly.com/membership and if you are a Company seeking support for your employees and their families, visit www.motherhonestly.com/atwork to provide real solutions at home and at work. The Motherboard launched last month! Get feedback, coaching, and advice on big decisions with the nation's leading thought-leaders on the homefront and workfront, visit www.motherhonestly.com/motherboard to get personalized guidance tailored to you. You can also expense this cost as a stipend, Learning and Development, and or Professional Development You can visit our guest today at https://www.linkedin.com/company/indeed-com/
Our conversation with Debbie offers an inside look into all topics education. From rural to urban schools, advocacy, empowering parents, full-day kindergarten, funding channels, and the vision for improving high school experiences and creating high school graduates with the resilience to become successful adults...you may need to listen twice to get all the intellectual goodness that's within this episode. Debbie Critchfield is running for, what she proclaims is the most important political office, second only to the governor: Superintendent of Public Instruction. This isn't your typical conversation with a candidate. This is an indepth, real questions asked, behind the scences scoop into who Debbie is, what she believes and desires for students, educators, parents, and patrons, how she got to where she is right now, and why she beleives she is the best way forward for _____ growth in education for all Idaho students. We invite all listeners, regardless if you're an Idahoan or not, to listen to this conversation. Topics discussed will help you within your local communities. You'll be given tools for how to move forward with advocating for your kids, ideas for your local areas, and questions to ask your local educational leaders. Questions post episode, please send us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org Find us on SHJ Instagram SHJ Facebook www.sharingherjourney.com __________________________________ About Debbie: Debbie Critchfield is the former President of the Idaho State Board of Education and seven-year board member. Debbie was Co-Chair to Governor Little's Education Task Force and committee chair for Governor Otter's Higher Education Task Force. She was a school board member in Cassia County for ten years, five as chair, and was on the executive committee for the Idaho School Board's Association. She chaired the Re-Open Idaho Schools and was a member of the Governor's K-12 council. She is a former library trustee and Arts Council president. She's worked as the Public Information Officer for Cassia School District for the last 9 years. A fourth-generation farm family, Debbie and her husband of 30 years Dave, live in Oakley, where they raised their four children. Find Debbie at: www.debbie4idaho.com Debbie on Instagram Debbie on Facebook
Founder Hustle is a podcast series hosted by Melissa Bradley that is by, for, and about New Majority entrepreneurs. New episodes on Tuesdays. But who is Melissa Bradley? And who are New Majority entrepreneurs? We asked Chris Denson of Innovation Crush to ask Melissa all the questions we had about founding, building, and advising before she starts interviewing other guests. Founder Hustle is a new podcast series about founders, investors and brand builders at various stages of their entrepreneurial powers. Founder Hustle is clear and centered on its mission to help emerging New Majority founders better understand the path ahead, be adequately prepared, and gain support on their journey. Melissa L. Bradley is Founder of 1863 Ventures, a business development program that accelerates New Majority entrepreneurs (i.e., individuals who have been historically marginalized) from high potential to high growth. An experienced founder, investor, and entrepreneur, Bradley is a Venture Partner at NextGen Ventures and Co-Founder & Managing Partner of Sidecar Social Finance, a social impact agency that provides impact investing advisory and capital services to individuals, institutions, and social enterprises. Bradley also serves as an advisor to Goldman Sachs' One Million Black Women initiative, Milken Institute's DEI in Asset Management Executive Council, the New Voices Foundation, as well as the Halcyon Fund. Bradley was recently named to the Forbes 50 over 50 who are changing the world. She is the former Co-Chair of the National Advisory Council for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and was named one of The Most Entrepreneurial Women Investors in 2018.