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    The EdUp Experience
    459: Post Secondary Readiness - with David Adams, CEO of the Urban Assembly

    The EdUp Experience

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 32:21


    We welcome YOU back to America's leading higher education podcast, The EdUp Experience! It's YOUR time to #EdUp In this episode, YOUR guest is David Adams, CEO of the Urban Assembly, YOUR host is Dr. Joe Sallustio, & YOUR sponsor is Anthology Together 2022! What is the Urban Assembly? How does it prepare high school students for higher education? What does David see as the future of higher education? Listen in to #EdUp! David is the Chief Executive Officer of The Urban Assembly. He started with the UA in 2014 as the Director of Social-Emotional Learning, where he created the Resilient Scholars Program (RSP), a unique approach to integrating SEL into curriculum and classroom practices across the UA network. RSP has grown into a national program, serving schools and districts in Los Angeles, Houston, Syracuse, and other cities. As the Senior Director of Strategy, David led the expansion of the organization into a model provider of school support, with an emphasis on innovation & equity in public education. In 2021, David received the Champion of Equity Award from the American Consortium for Equity in Education. David sits on the board of CASEL & is an author of The Educator's Practical Guide to Emotional Intelligence, & a co-author of the textbook, Challenges to Integrating Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Programs in Organizations. He is a Civil Affairs Officer in the Army Reserve & holds an M.Ed in Educational Psychology from Fordham University. Thank YOU so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for YOUR time to EdUp! Connect with YOUR EdUp Team - Elvin Freytes & Dr. Joe Sallustio ● Join YOUR EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! We make education YOUR business! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edup/message

    VIRGIN.BEAUTY.B!TCH
    VBB 202 — Yvonne Silver, A Confidence Catalyst Changing The Lives Of Working Women!

    VIRGIN.BEAUTY.B!TCH

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 30:38


    Yvonne Silver is the Founder & CEO of Women & Wisdom Media, an in-demand Speaker, and Bestselling Author of Words, Women & Wisdom. Yvonne teaches ambitious female business founders and entrepreneurs how to gain unshakable confidence and use it to advance from Solopreneur to CEO. “Women often struggle with self-doubt, imposter syndrome, anxiety, and the frustration of unfulfilled dreams because they lack clarity. I teach women how to showcase their value with Confident Conversations that impact how they lead their teams, expand their business & grow more sales.” As the mother of a special needs son, Yvonne supports women who struggle to balance business with quality time for family, and leaving a proud legacy.

    Inclusion Catalyst
    Discussing Resilience and Strength with Lily Zheng

    Inclusion Catalyst

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022


    Today on the show, we discuss and celebrate the beauty and resilience of the LGBTQIA+ community. In the wake of recent decisions made by the Supreme Court, I sit down with a prolific author, change-maker, and advocate of the queer community to discuss issues that affect the trans community.   We're excited to welcome to the show Lily Zheng (they/them), a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) strategist and consultant who works with organizational leaders to turn their positive intentions into positive impact. A dedicated change-maker and advocate, Lily was named a Forbes D&I Trailblazer. They were also named a 2021 DEI Influencer and Top Voice on Racial Equity. In addition, Lily's writing and opinions have been featured in the Harvard Business Review, New York Times, and NPR.   They are the author of Gender Ambiguity in the Workplace (2017), The Ethical Sellout (2019), and most recently DEI Deconstructed: Your No-Nonsense Guide to Doing the Work and Doing it Right, which will be out in November 2022. Lily holds an MA in sociology and a BA in psychology from Stanford University.   Lily is widely recognized as an advocate and a force to be reckoned with. They continue to use their voice to discuss and promote further conversation on effective allyship and advocacy in the workplace. Today we discuss: Core characteristics that contribute to the resilience and strength of the trans and gender-diverse community; Why correct pronoun use is great but insufficient; and Our collective gender socialization, the limitations of the gendery binary, and hegemonic masculinity. Read Lily's wonderfully generous LinkedIn post on advocacy and five critical questions for us to ask ourselves in socially tumultuous times. Inclusion Catalyst invites you to become our next guest host. Learn more here: http://inclusioncatalyst.com/join-us-as-a-guest-host/ Support Inclusion Catalyst by contributing to their tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/inclusion-catalyst This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

    Houses on the Moon
    #9 - BONUS EPISODE: "Don't Say Gay?" HOTM & History UnErased's Youth Equity Podcast Program Speaks to Equality Florida

    Houses on the Moon

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 31:56


    "Don't Say Gay?" We don't think so! In response to Florida's new legislation banning classroom discussions of LGBTQ+ issues and lives, students from PRISM, Aviation High School's Gender and Sexuality Alliance, spoke to Brandon Wolf and Pat Padilla from Equality Florida about the fight against this controversial bill. Learn more in this special feature interview from HOTM & History UnErased's Youth Equity Podcast program. The Youth Equity Podcast Program is funded by the New York City Council, and developed by History UnErased and Houses on the Moon in partnership with the New York City Department of Education. To learn more, visit https://unerased.org/resource/nycdoe-youth-equity. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
    Secretary Buttigieg's Transportation Equity Plan Actually Looks Good

    Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 6:04


    Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg unveiled a "racial equity" infrastructure plan this week. But if you look past the headlines and the buzz words, there's a lot in the pilot program that's forward-thinking, community connecting, and could give all Americans more choices when it comes to transportation.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    FORward Radio program archives
    On The Edge With K.A. Owens, Guest: Joi McAtee, Office Of Equity, Louisville, KY

    FORward Radio program archives

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 29:00


    K.A. Owens interviews Joi McAtee-Director, Office of Equity, city of Louisville, KY. She shared the the various purposes and programs of that office. Recorded Friday July 1, 2022, 2PM.

    Thoughts on the Market
    Global Equities: Are Value Stocks on the Rise?

    Thoughts on the Market

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 8:10


    For the last decade investors have been focused on highflying growth stocks, but this investing environment may be the exception rather than the rule. Chief European Equity Strategist Graham Secker and Global Head of Quantitative Investment Strategies Research Stephan Kessler discuss.-----Transcript-----Graham Secker: Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Graham Secker, Morgan Stanley's Chief European Equity Strategist. Stephan Kessler: I am Stephan Kessler, Global Head of Quantitative Investment Strategies Research. Graham Secker: And on this special episode of the podcast, we'll be talking about the potential return of value investing post its decade long decline since the global financial crisis. It's Friday, July the 1st, at 10 a.m. in London. Graham Secker: As most listeners of this particular podcast are probably aware, for much of the past decade, investors have had something of a love affair with the highflying growth stocks in the market. Meanwhile, their value priced counterparts, the shares of which tend to trade at relatively low price to earnings multiples and or offering higher dividend yields, have had a considerably rougher time of it. But I believe that the last decade is more the exception to the rule rather than the norm. And I think your analysis, Stephan, shows that this is true, yes? Stephan Kessler: Yes, I agree. We have looked at the performance of value as an investment style back to the 1920s, and we find that the period between the end of the global financial crisis and the COVID pandemic was only the decade where value did underperform. For me, the why here is really an interesting question to pick apart, which you and I look at through two different lenses. You're the fundamental strategist and I'm the quantitative analyst. So I think my first question to you is, from your fundamental point of view, what were the main drivers of value's underperformance during this lost decade? Graham Secker: Yes. So from our perspective, we think there were two main drivers of values underperformance post the GFC. Firstly, a backdrop of low growth, low inflation and low and falling and negative interest rates, created a particularly problematic macro backdrop for value stocks. The former two factors were weighing on the relative profitability of value stocks, while the very low interest rates were actually boosting the PE ratio of longer duration growth stocks. This unpalatable macro backdrop then coincided with a challenging micro backdrop as the broad theme of disruption took hold across markets. This prompted greater hope among investors for the long term growth potential of the disruptors, while undermining the case for mean reversion across other areas of the market whereby cyclical slowdowns were often effectively viewed as structural declines. So, Stephan, you've said that the discount on value stocks cannot be explained fully by fundamentals or justified by the earnings overview. What do you believe are the deeper drivers for this discount? Stephan Kessler: When you look at the value, it faced over the past few years, a range of challenges really. On the behavioral side, investors have focused on growth stocks and growth opportunities. This led to a substantial and persistent deviation of equities from their fair values and an underperformance of value investors. Next to this more behavioral argument, we find that the environmental, social and governance related aspects or in short, ESG and monetary policy were themes which drove price action. Equity value has a negative exposure to those themes. And finally, when you look at the 2020 period, there was a classical value trap situation. Companies which were most affected by the COVID pandemic sold off and appear cheap based on quite a range of value metrics, while the COVID catalyst continued to disrupt markets and led to companies which were cheaply valued not being able to recover as they had exposure to these disruptors. This only start to resolve in 2021, which is also when we start to see value regain performance. To get back to a more generalist view of the main drivers of values underperformance, I'd like to get back to you, Graham. You've observed a link between the macro and the micro, which created something of a vicious circle for value in the last cycle. Can you talk about how this situation looks going forward? Graham Secker: Yes, going forward, we think this vicious cycle for value could actually turn to be something more of a virtuous cycle over the next few years. We argue that we've entered a new environment of higher inflation and associated with that higher nominal growth, and that drives a recovery in the profitability of these older economy type companies. And at the same time, a rising cost of capital undermines the case for the disruptors. And that can happen both in terms of lower valuations off the back of higher interest rates, but also as liquidity starts to subside, a lack of capital to fund their future business growth. Stephan, you mentioned two of these key disruptive forces, quantitative easing by the central banks and then the rise of ESG. Can you talk about the impact of these two elements on the equity investment landscape? Stephan Kessler: ESG is a major theme in financial markets today, and in particular in this 2018-20 period we saw ESG positive names build up a premium, which made them appear expensive in the context of value metrics. These ESG valuation premia then turned out to be persistent and at times even grew. This then goes, of course, against value investors who try to benefit from this missed valuations mean reverting. And to the extent these valuations even turn stronger, that drove their losses. Quantitative easing is another aspect that drove price action. We find that value tends to underperform in time periods of low interest rates and does well in a rising rates environment. The economic driver behind this empirical observation is that the very low rates you saw in the past make proper valuations of firms difficult as discounted cash flow approaches are challenged. And so on the back of that, lower rates simply lead to valuation and value as signals being challenged and not properly priced. So given the historical narrative and all the forces at play during the past decade, what is your preference between value versus growth for the second half of 2022 and beyond that, Graham? Graham Secker: Yes. So in the short term, a backdrop of continued high inflation and rising interest rates should we think continue to favor value over growth. However, perhaps right towards the end of this year, we do envisage a situation where that could reverse a little bit, albeit temporarily, once inflation has peaked and the economic downturn has materialized, investor attention may start to focus on rates no longer rising, and that will put a little bit of a bid back under the growth stocks again. But I think if we look longer term, actually, I'm beginning to think that what we'll see is the whole value versus growth debate actually becomes a bit more balanced and hence I can see more range bound relative performance thereafter. And Stephan, from your perspective, in a world of rising bond yields and lower or normalized QE, what is your outlook for value going forward, too? Stephan Kessler: Well, when we look at the two catalysts for value underperformance, ESG and quantitative easing I mentioned earlier, we see that their grip on the market is loosening. For one, markets have moved into rates tightening cycle which means investors focus more on near-term cash flows rather than terminal value. This is a positive for value companies, which tend to well under such considerations. Furthermore, the dynamism of ESG themes has abated compared to the 18-20 period, leading to a lower effect on value. Another angle on this is also a look at the valuation of value as a style. It's quite cheap, so it's a good entry point. This leads to a positive outlook for value, but also for other styles. We like, particularly the combination of value and quality as it benefits from the attractive entry levels for value, as well as the defensiveness of an investment in quality shares. Graham Secker: So to summarize from a fundamental and quantitative approach, both Stephan and I think that the extreme underperformance of value that we've seen over the prior decade has ended, value looks well-placed to return to its traditional outperformance trends going forward. Stephan, thanks for taking the time to talk today. Stephan Kessler: Great speaking with you, Graham. Graham Secker: And thanks for listening. If you enjoy Thoughts on the Market, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, and share the podcast with a friend or colleague today.

    Foreclosure Deals Coach Podcast
    The True Cost Of Deferred Maintenance For Homeowners & What It Means For Investors (Methodology)

    Foreclosure Deals Coach Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 25:27


    Greetings Foreclosure Deals Coach Family!!!As investors, we've seen rising inflation numbers impact our industry in a big way. Home prices have appreciated at record rates in response over the last two years, but in 2022 we're starting to see our government take measures to curb that inflation by raising interest rates over the last few months. Although we have seen a slight depreciation in prices recently and expect a more noticeable dip in the future, some parts of the real estate industry are still dealing with rising costs resulting from trillions of dollars being injected into the economy through stimulus packages. Homebuilders, investors, and rehabbers are still managing the significant jumps in costs of materials and labor in an effort to maintain profitability, but let's take a look at this reality from a consumer standpoint. We know as flippers and investors that items like wood and paint are more expensive, but what does that mean for the normal homeowner who might need to do some repairs around the house? For 43% of homeowners in the U.S., it means putting off maintenance because they lack the money to pay for the repairs. But how long can someone defer repairs and maintenance before the impact starts becoming detrimental to the integrity of the home? And as these homes slowly deteriorate over time, how should we as investors position ourselves to be a resource to homeowners who might not have to capital to address their deferred maintenance?Tune in to learn why deferred maintenance is a risky proposition for homeowners, and how you can navigate the rising costs of homebuilding materials to still find deals that might need a little more work but offer bigger spreads and more profits.Mentioned in today's episodePropstreamLaunch ControlForeclosure.comRentReportersHere's a link to the article Donny discussed in today's episode:43% Of Homeowners Have Delayed Home Improvements & Maintenance Due To Inflation, Here's Why That's RiskyWant to get started?Join the Foreclosure Deals Coach Insiders group on Facebook to begin your career in real estate investing. for even more information on foreclosure and real estate investing!https://4clsd.co/fdcReach out to Jonathan to learn more about the Foreclosure Deals Coach Program!We're offering a FREE 7-Day Trial of the PropStream software when you sign up through the Foreclosure Deals Coach affiliate link. Go to dealhunter.io to sign up and be confident in analyzing your next deal!Sign Up For Your Free 7-Day Trial Of Propstream TODAY 

    The CUInsight Experience
    Jill and Randy - Yes or No (#138)

    The CUInsight Experience

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 38:39


    “You can't just build diversity, you have to bring in the equity to create an inclusive environment.” - Jill NowackiThank you for tuning in to episode 138 of The CUInsight Experience podcast with your host, Randy Smith, co-founder of CUInsight.com. This episode is brought to you by Allied Solutions. Allied Solutions is focused on helping clients grow their bottom line, protect their business and members, and evolve to stay ahead of the competition.My guest on today's show is Jill Nowacki, the President & CEO of Humanidei + O'Rourke, who also happens to be my human. In this episode, we chat about intentional living from two different angles with Jill being more of a “YES” person while I am more of a “NO” person. Jill reveals how she leads an intentional life and structures it to allow her to say, “yes” more often. She discusses the importance of creating work-life integration, and we share our different views of taking space and rest. During our conversation, Jill provides her thoughts on effective leadership and highlights the significance of feedback and collaboration when making decisions.Throughout the episode, Jill shares the impact credit unions can have in reducing the racial wealth gap and putting an end to long-term systemic inequality. Jill encourages credit union leaders to have conversations about racial inequity and be more involved in their communities to better understand the issues people are facing. She also recommends credit unions design products and services to solve these economic issues. The conversation comes full circle as we chat about intentionality in building diverse leadership teams and boards. Jill shares the importance of creating an inclusive environment and asking “the equity question” to structure systems in a way that doesn't favor or leave out specific groups of people. Tune in to hear Jill's advice on positively impacting our communities, diversity, equity and inclusion, and finding a seat at the right table. As we wrap up the show, listen in as Jill and I share our laughter, stories, and curiosities. Enjoy my conversation with Jill Nowacki!Find the full show notes on cuinsight.com.Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher Books mentioned on The CUInsight Experience podcast: Book List How to find Jill:Jill Nowacki, President & CEO of Humanidei + O'Rourkejill@humanidei.comwww.humanidei.comJill: LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter | MediumHumanidei: LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook

    Equity
    When do layoffs matter? Trick question - always

    Equity

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 35:33


    Hello and welcome back to Equity, a podcast about the business of startups, where we unpack the numbers and nuance behind the headlines.This was a live week on the podcast, meaning that Mary Ann and Alex and Natasha and Grace teamed up with the fine audio and visual folks from our mothership Yahoo to not only record the show, but to do so in front of, well, all of you! It's fun to record live, and we'll do it again in two weeks!What did we get into? The following:Deals of the Week: HomeLister wants to make selling your home more of a DIY affair, and cheaper; Degreed's co-founder is coming back to the company he helped found, via a different company that he helped found; and can chat bots not suck in the future?Coalition: What happens when you cross a small venture capital fund, a large operator network, and shared upside? Coalition wants to find out.Layoffs: Backstage has cut its staff to the quick, while we saw smaller cuts at Substack this week in percentage terms. Both rounds of layoffs were launching points for questions, and discussion on the show.Robinhood: Will the company, beleaguered with a rock-bottom share price and slipping consumer mindshare, sell?Equity is off Monday for the holiday, but back three times in the following four days. Chat then!Equity drops every Monday at 7 a.m. PDT and Wednesday and Friday at 6 a.m. PDT, so subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify and all the casts.

    HR Works: The Podcast for Human Resources
    HR Works Presents HR Work Break: Out and Proud in the Workplace

    HR Works: The Podcast for Human Resources

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 17:41


    I'm joined by Ivori Johnson, Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging at ChartHop, and Kat Kibben, CEO and Founder of Three Ears Media. Listen in as we discuss Pride Month, being LGBTQ+ at work, and how to be an inclusive employer.

    Business Lunch
    Consulting for Equity LIVE: Day 1 Highlights with Adam Lyons

    Business Lunch

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 27:03


    Listen in to a session from the recent Consulting for Equity LIVE with Adam Lyons. https://www.consultingforequity.io/cfe-closed52431552 (Sign up for the next Consulting for Equity Masterclass!) Connect with Business Lunch Podcast:Send in your questions through: https://businesslunchpodcast.com/ask/ (https://businesslunchpodcast.com/ask/) Follow us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BusinessLunchWithRolandFrasier (https://www.youtube.com/c/BusinessLunchWithRolandFrasier) OUR PARTNERS:https://conversionfanatics.com/ (Conversion Rate Optimization Agency | CRO Agency - Conversion Fanatics) https://yourzerodownbook.com/ (Get my book, Zero Down, FREE) https://businesslunchpodcast.com/epic (Join Roland's next EPIC Training) https://scalable.co/ (Get your free Scalability Score) Thank you for joining us this week! Want more insider knowledge from successful entrepreneurs? Subscribe to the Business Lunch Podcast! If you enjoy listening to this jam-packed episode, connect with us on https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/perpetual-traffic-by-digital/id1022441491?mt=2 (iTunes) and make sure to leave a review! Mentioned in this episode: Get Roland's Training on Acquiring Businesses! Discover The EXACT Strategy Roland Has Used To Found, Acquire, Scale And Sell Over Two Dozen Businesses With Sales Ranging From $3 Million To Just Under $4 Billion! https://business-lunch.captivate.fm/epic (EPIC Training)

    Ridiculous:Life of a Clown
    Ridiculous S05E07 Michelle Matlock - Cirque, Cruise Ships, Hospital clowning, and DEI in circus

    Ridiculous:Life of a Clown

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 46:20


    In this episode Gherkin speaks with Michelle Matlock of Circle Up Productions about starring in OVO, Cruise Ship Clowning, Medical Clowning and Teaching Diversity Equity and Inclusion in the clown community.You can find out more about Cirque Oui-Et at:http://picklewater.com/cirque-oui-et/Please consider supporting the podcast on our Patreon at www.patreon.com/PicklewaterNetherworld Shanty by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4119-netherworld-shantyLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

    Getting Smart Podcast
    Experiencing Success In What's Next: The Six Pillars of New Pathways

    Getting Smart Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 48:35


    This episode of the Getting Smart podcast is a part of our New Pathways campaign. Find out more here. This episode of the Getting Smart Podcast is a re-airing of our recent New Pathways Town Hall that breaks down each of the six pillars of pathways. These pillars will help learners find meaning in their personal, professional, and communal lives.  Our New Pathways campaign is comprised of Unbundled Learning, Credentialed Learning, Accelerated Pathways,  New Learning Models, Support and Guidance, and Policies and Systems and steered by our guiding principles of: Intentionality, Equity, Curation and Purpose, the goal of New Pathways is to help learners experience success in what's next. Find all links mentioned in this town hall here.

    The Digital Gumbo Podcast
    The That F**k Sh*t/Majority Indecision Episode

    The Digital Gumbo Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 79:36


    The crew discusses the overturning of Roe v. Wade, gun laws, other court rulings, the Jan. 6 hearings and how not to blow your gotdamn fingers off this 7/4. Links:Reproductive Health Care Eesour ws: https://reproductiverights.gov/Fireworks Facts: https://www.cpsc.gov/Safety-Education/Safety-Education-Centers/FireworksHelp Buffalo: https:/www.topsmarkets.com/BuffaloSurvivorsFundHelp Uvalde: https://www.npr.org/2022/05/25/1101161673/how-to-help-uvalde-school-shootingShare our show!:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-digital-gumbo-podcast/id1498718446Our Twitter Handles:@thedigitalgumbo@nookiebishopjr@iamidriselbow@tpetty1619Our IG Handles:@thedigitalgumbopodcast@iamnookiebishopjr@iamidriselbow

    Deep Cuts: Exploring Equity in Surgery
    How do we check for the safety of new drugs and surgeries? — Randomized Control Trials with Dr. Jessica Donington, Dr. Elizabeth Tung, and Dr. Tanvi Subramanian

    Deep Cuts: Exploring Equity in Surgery

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 36:26


    Today, we're talking all things RCT — that's randomized control trials. The idea sounds complicated, but at their essence, RCTs are studies we do to make sure any new medical treatment actually works better than the existing treatments we have. With doctors Jessica Donington, Elizabeth Tung, and Tanvi Subramanian, we'll get into everything from what different kinds of RCTs exist, what it looks like to make them more representative of our diverse populations, and how we protect patients in these trials.Dr. Jessica Donington is a Professor of Surgery at UChicago Medicine and the Chief of the Section of Thoracic Surgery. She treats the full spectrum of lung, esophageal and mediastinal conditions including lung cancer. She is also an avid researcher and respected leader in her field. She is a past president of Women in Thoracic Surgery and the New York Society for Thoracic Surgery and serves on the editorial boards for the Annals of Thoracic Surgery and the Journal of Thoracic Oncology.Dr. Elizabeth Tung is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Section of General Internal Medicine at UChicago Medicine. Her research focuses on disparities in chronic disease management, with a special interest in race, place, and poverty. She has participated in community-based strategies to improve chronic disease management in East St. Louis, Chinatown New York, and West Providence, in addition to her work on the South Side of Chicago. Dr. Tanvi Subramanian is a general surgery resident who graduated from the Washington University School of Medicine. She is interested in thoracic or vascular surgery and is currently conducting vascular, basic science research on mice. “Deep Cuts: Exploring Equity in Surgery” comes to you from the Department of Surgery at UChicago Medicine. Our host is Dr. Jen Vigneswaran. Our senior producer is Tony Liu. Our engineer is Paul Braun. Our podcast cover art comes to you from Pombie Silverman, episode art from Sam Higgins, and music from Sen Morimoto off of Sooper Records. A special thanks this week to Jan Spicer — congrats on your retirement. Find more about our work at surgery.uchicago.edu.

    RNZ: Nine To Noon
    Massive health shakeup : will we see equity of access ?

    RNZ: Nine To Noon

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 29:17


    The biggest change to our health system in two decades kick-in today with the establishment of Health New Zealand and the Maori Health Authority. 

    RNZ: Morning Report
    A step towards equity - Māori Health workers

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 3:48


    Māori health workers are calling the launch of a dedicated authority one of the biggest steps towards equity. The agency, newly named Te Aka Whai Ora, has been heralded by the government as a game-changer. But on the struggling front-line, no one's expecting change to happen quickly. RNZ Māori news reporter Jamie Tahana has been gauging hopes, fears and aspirations.

    PolicyCast
    239 He predicted globalization's failure, now he's planning what's next

    PolicyCast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 38:19


    For more than a quarter century, economist and Harvard Kennedy School professor Dani Rodrik has been ringing alarm bells about the dangers of globalization. And for a long time, it didn't seem like a whole lot of people were listening. Now as record economic inequality, a climate in crisis, and global financial shocks from to the COVID pandemic and Russia's invasion of Ukraine have exposed the vulnerabilities and shortcomings of unchecked globalization and neoliberal orthodoxy about the primacy of markets, Rodrik may be having the world's least-satisfying “I told you so” moment. But while the temptation might be to look backward for vindication, Rodrik is choosing to look toward solutions instead. He says that finding a way forward for the world economy will require two kinds of thinking: small picture—about how to create good jobs in an equitable way in specific settings—and big picture: imaging possible futures and what a more inclusive, post-globalization economy might look like. And he says it will also mean freeing political and economic discourse from what he calls a “prison of ideology” that rigidly limits policymakers' ability to consider solutions outside of market-centric approaches. Rodrik recently launched a new project called Reimagining the Economy with fellow professor Gordon Hansen, supported by a $7.5 million grant from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. The initiative will be based at the Kennedy School's Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy. 

    Our True Colors
    You Know What They Say About Making Assumptions...Discussion with Rahimeh Ramezany

    Our True Colors

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 37:21


    In this episode, we talk with Rahimeh Ramezany about identity and making assumptions about who people are and what their lived experiences must be. Rahimeh is a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Intercultural Specialist, whose work is focused on addressing the experiences of marginalized ethnic, racial, and religious communities in the United States, in order to create change on individual, interpersonal, and systemic levels. Rahimeh has a Master's degree in Intercultural Communication from San Jose State University, and has worked at multiple DEI-focused nonprofits and consulting firms.If this is your first time with OTC, check out Season 1 Episode 1: START HERE for more background on the show.Visit www.truecolorscast.com for more show info and join the community on Instagram to continue the conversations!Our True Colors is sponsored by True Colors Consulting - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion support that goes beyond compliance!

    The FCCMA Podcast
    Episode #61: Kathleen Gunn - Providing a Voice for Equity

    The FCCMA Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 31:52


    Tamarac City Manager Kathleen Gunn believes that a driving force for being in government is to provide a voice for equity. In this episode, Gunn reflects on her beginnings in public service, working for a mayor in White Plains, NY and explains how economic development is a pillar of her career.

    WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio
    Vaccine Equity Now! Coalition Issues a Report Card for Governor Baker

    WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 0:49


    Steve Barkley Ponders Out Loud
    Student Voices Increase Equity

    Steve Barkley Ponders Out Loud

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 23:20


    The listening principal, Dr. Kambar Khoshaba, shares how student voices impacted leadership and staff as well as the students themselves, all leading to increased equity. Hear how equity in middle school honors classes was achieved by focusing on student strengths and possibilities. A personal approach to parents and students has produced results. Email Kambar: skkhoshaba@fcps.edu     Read the article, "Students Sought Changes at Their Middle School. Their Principal Listened" here. Subscribe to the Steve Barkley Ponders Out Loud podcast on iTunes or visit BarkleyPD.com to find new episodes!

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    Emotional Inclusion
    Ei x Golin: “Going All In” With Mental Health

    Emotional Inclusion

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 41:42


    Darren BurnsPresident of Golin Asia, Darren is a seasoned regional communications leader who has spent over two decades leading agencies in Taipei and Shanghai before relocating to Singapore in early 2019. His proven track record on evolving and implementing world class client service that drives real impact is unequivocal. Darren is also a lecturer, a speaker and a fellow podcaster. Jane Morganis the Managing Director at Golin / Head of Client Services APAC. Jane joined Golin at HK in 2016 after senior roles at Ketchum and Edelman. Her record as an innovator in the region around talent, DEI and mental health, and her ability to create high performing teams is undeniable. Jane is passionate, driven, kind and always such a joy to speak to in our sharing of the mission.Insights from this episode:Diversity, Equity, and InclusionIdentifying and accepting mental health strugglesAsia for Asia - local level supportTherapist support in the companyLeaders creating an environment allowing vulnerability and opennessNormalizing mental health discussionsMental health spectrumCovid as an accelerant for mental health importance and discussionQuotes from the show:“Go all in.” - Golin“Fix it before it breaks.” - Golin“Listen first, act, test and learn, and move things forward because together we can really create change and it has to be driven from the top.” - Darren BurnsHealthy emotions play a fundamental and participatory role in success and actually failing to recognize this is not just stigma, but it's denial.” - Mollie Jean De Dieu“The moment you start to act then the trust builds. Then you'll find that people will open up and will start speaking a little bit more openly because they trust that you're listening to them and making the changes that they require.” - Jane Morgan5 things to humanize the workplace: ListenAct Show your human side Make the phrase “it's always been done that way” outlawedBe agile with your decision making and constantly evolveJane Morgan“Having this open discussion, collaboration, but led from the top with bottom up feedback, has definitely been a game changer for us.” - Darren Burns“It's life saving, and it's life changing in so many ways to have that one person listen to you and what you have to say.” - Mollie Jean De Dieu“We take care of our people, and that essentially takes care of the business.” Mollie Jean De DieuStay connected:GolinLinkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/golin/Darren BurnsLinkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/darren-burns-21a08a4/Jane MorganLinkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/janemorgan01/Emotional inclusionhttps://www.emotionalinclusion.com/https://www.instagram.com/emotional_inclusion/

    The Black Business of Broadway
    #12 Breaking down Equity Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) and the business we call show

    The Black Business of Broadway

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 40:24


    Christina Alexander, Director of Social Responsibility for productions of Wicked, Cassandra James, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Manager at The Shubert Organization, and your host, Gennean Scott, Director of EDI at The Broadway League, breakdown what ED&I means in the arts, get personal about their role, and offer advice on staying optimistic for the future. Edited by Justin Payne. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Retirement Planning Education, with Andy Panko
    #029 - Dividend Investing and Equity Income Strategies, with Chris D'Agnes (Part 1 of 2)

    Retirement Planning Education, with Andy Panko

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 56:00


    Part 1 of 2 of the replay of my previously aired Facebook live video with Chris D'Agnes, CFA, Partner and Co-Portfolio Manager at Hamlin Capital Management. Chris talked about the high dividend equity portfolio he manages and why dividends are an important part of investing for retireesFull video replay with Chris - hereFacebook group - Taxes in RetirementYouTube channel - Retirement Planning DemystifiedNewsletter - Retirement Planning Insights

    Leading Equity
    LE 247: The Number One Enemy of Equity with Ken Williams

    Leading Equity

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 45:27


    Pre-Order the Leading Equity Book Today! About Ken Williams Ken Williams is a husband, father, nationally-recognized trainer, speaker, coach and consultant in leadership and school culture. A practitioner for nearly three decades, Ken led the improvement efforts at two schools by leveraging the Professional Learning Communities at Work process. Through his company, Unfold The Soul, Ken is skilled in joining the why of the work to the how of the work. He is known for his powerful and engaging combinations of “heart, humor, and hammer.” While his style is inspirational and motivational, he's also known as a status-quo disruptor, warm demander, and an unapologetic identifier of elephants in the room, with his lens firmly fixed on maximizing the collective strengths of educators in the service of high levels of learning for every student.  Show Highlights The enemy of equity The principal's role Ability grouping Missing opportunities for growth Connect with Ken Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Ruthless Equity: Disrupt the Status Quo and Ensure Learning for ALL Students Additional Resources Learn more about the Advocacy Room Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities Annihilating Racial Injustice in School Course FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

    Beer and Conversation with Pigweed and Crowhill
    214: Words ruined by the left. Words change, but these changes come with an agenda

    Beer and Conversation with Pigweed and Crowhill

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 34:32


    P&C drink and review O'Hara's Irish Red, then find that they can't communicate. The words they try to use have taken on new and confusing meanings. Orientation. Diversity. Identity. Transition. Reassignment. Privilege. Trigger. Equity. Tolerance. Pronouns. Even the rainbow. The new definitions of these words are intended to force you to think in a different way -- to adopt a particular view of the world, and of your neighbor. The boys don't like it.

    More Equity
    51. More Equity: Limited Partners — Hunter Somerville

    More Equity

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 37:00


    Welcome to More Equity. Today, we're bringing you a new episode from our Harlem Capital Limited Partner Series — connecting with Harlem Capital LPs to share insights on navigating the VC fundraising journey. In today's episode, we speak with Hunter Somerville — Partner at the StepStone Group and a member of the private equity team, focusing on venture capital and growth equity investments. The StepStone Group is a global private markets investment firm focused on providing customized investment solutions and advisory services to clients. They have $134B in assets under management, and $570B in client assets allocated. Prior to StepStone, Hunter was a general partner with Greenspring Associates — a venture capital and growth equity investment firm acquired by StepStone in 2021 — where he was responsible for the sourcing and due diligence efforts on fund, direct and secondary opportunities, as well as the assessment of micro-vc managers for the Firm. Tune in as Jarrid and Hunter discuss the unique advantages and lessons learned from investing in venture capital through fund of funds, direct, and secondary investments.

    Equity
    Understanding the not-so-fine print of 2022 term sheets

    Equity

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 27:18


    This is our Wednesday show, where we niche down to a single topic, think about a question and unpack the rest. This week, Natasha asked: What's in the fine print for term sheets these days, and what does that tell us about who is going to be in control during the downturn? The question was inspired by a recent story by Becca Szkutak - one of TC's newest venture reporters - about how deal terms look different in a downturn. Of course that means we had to bring on Szkutak to talk about her story and dig into a further analysis of how founder friendliness is being challenged right now. Expect a tactical episode all about different terms that may start sneaking into term sheets, the cost benefit analysis of each, and why down rounds aren't the end of the world.https://techcrunch.com/2022/06/21/deal-terms-look-different-in-a-downturn-heres-what-to-watch-out-for/Equity drops every Monday at 7 a.m. PDT and Wednesday and Friday at 6 a.m. PDT, so subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify and all the casts.

    Tamarindo
    Career Tips with Laura Tejeda

    Tamarindo

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 42:22


    Today's minisode episode is with Laura Tejeda, the host of LA TACO LIVE where she explores LA Culture, news, politics, lifestyle and FOOD! Laura joins Brenda to talk about East LA, the food scene and answering listener career questions. We want to take a moment to address the overturn of Roe versus Wade. This decision stripped away the legal right to have a safe and legal abortion. Restricting access to comprehensive reproductive care, including abortion, threatens the health and independence of all  PEOPLE. This decision could also lead to the loss of other rights. To learn more about what you can do to help, go to podvoices.help or donate to abortion providers today.  Laura is a freelance writer for L.A. TACO and she is the founder of Instagram based page @hungryineastlos which began in 2016 in efforts to challenge gentrification in East LA and raise awareness to support family owned & people of color owned businesses.tam Laura has a Masters Degree in Higher Education and works with college students particularly in Equity & Social Justice based education.You can find her work here! We have some fun FREE or donation-based events, check them out here: tamarindopodcast.com/events Tamarindo podcast is the Latinx show where hosts discuss politics, pop culture, and how to balance it all con calma, hosted by Brenda Gonzalez and Ana Sheila Victorino. Join us as we delve into discussions on race, gender, politics, representation, and life!  Brenda and Ana Sheila are executive producers of Tamarindo podcast with production support by Mitzi Hernández and Augusto Martinez, of Sonoro Media. Jeff Ricards produced our theme song. If you want to support our work, please rate and review our show here. You can get in touch with us at www.tamarindopodcast.com Contribute to the show: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/tamarindopodcast1 Save 10% on your order of books from Latina-owned Xolo Books with the code TAMARINDO at checkout: xolobooks.com Follow Tamarindo on instragram @tamarindopodcast and on twitter at @tamarindocast  Follow Ana Sheila on instagram @la_anasheila and twitter @Shelli1228 Follow Brenda on twitter at @BrendaRicards

    Charter School Superstars
    Ep 132: Achieving academic equity for students with disabilities and multilingual learners with Liliana Salazar

    Charter School Superstars

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 23:15


    This week, Ryan sits with Liliana Salazar, the National Director of Special Education and Student Support for Academica and the host of the Teach The Way They Learn podcast. On this episode, Lily talks about academic equity and addressing the COVID learning gap for students with disabilities and English language learners. Lily also talks about how to bridge that gap and shares evidence-based strategies that teachers can use to foster learning gains for these groups. Tune in! You can find out more about our guest's wok by visiting www.academica.orgHost: Ryan Kairalla (@ryankair)Producer: Ross Ulysse

    TRILLOQUY
    Opus 154 - "What Is American"

    TRILLOQUY

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 114:59


    Applauded by The Washington Post as “a perfect encapsulation of today's trends in chamber music,” and by The New Yorker as “independent-minded,” the GRAMMY nominated PUBLIQuartet's modern interpretation of chamber music makes them one of the most dynamic artists of their generation. The ensemble's Jannina Norpoth and Curtis Stewart join Garrett (1:00:00) to unpack the music and inspiration behind their latest album, "What Is American". Scott continues his Pride Month-inspired musical picks with a work by Angela Morley, Garrett highlights orchestral music by Janelle Monáe, and the guys unpack the latest, including Opera America's scathing report on racial diversity, the recent decision made by SCOTUS, and more. Playlist: Technotronic - "Pump Up The Jam" Luigi Boccherini - Minuet Leonard Bernstein - "Mambo" from 'Symphonic Dances from West Side Story' Blue Lu Barker - "Don't You Make Me High" Malcolm X - "Stop Begging The White Man For A Job - CREATE Your Own Job!" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXE-TpGLFac) Janelle Monáe - "BaBopByeYa" Angela Morley - Theme from "Dallas" Angela Morley - "Harlequin" for Clarinet and Strings perf. PUBLIQuartet - Improvisations on Antonin Dvorak's String Quartet No. 12 perf. PUBLIQuartet - "Black Coffee" arr. Jorah the Andal - "Chirrut Îmwe" Suite (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBRI93pizlo) More: PUBLIQuartet: https://www.publiquartet.com/bio Recovering Women's Music From the Great Migration: https://www.sfcv.org/articles/feature/recovering-womens-music-great-migration Opera's Lack of Diversity Extends to Offstage, a Study Shows: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/23/arts/music/opera-diversity.html?fbclid=IwAR0zU8fn18M9KLrG9k_ZDjw4hEtopU0VoefYDB5WBo-2elyNEfrkIUUuuEE Field-Wide Opera Demographic Report: https://www.operaamerica.org/media/afsfdynw/demographicsreport_final_6-21-22.pdf

    Standard Chartered Money Insights
    H2 2022 Equities Outlook: Trimming global equity exposure

    Standard Chartered Money Insights

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 9:45


    In this episode of the H2 Outlook mini-series, Steve talks to Fook Hien about why we are reducing our suggested allocation to global equities, which regions are likely to outperform and why our sector preferences are procyclical in China, but more defensive in Developed Markets. If you would like to attend the webinar referred to in this episode, please sign up via the following link - https://www.sc.com/gmoSpeakers:Steve Brice, Chief Investment Officer, Standard Chartered BankFook Hien Yap, Senior Investment Strategist, Standard Chartered BankFor more of our latest market insights, visit Market views on-the-go.

    In Machines We Trust
    Who watches AI watching students?

    In Machines We Trust

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 21:42


    A boy wrote about his suicide attempt. He didn't realize his school's software was watching. While schools commonly use AI to sift through students' digital lives and flag keywords that may be considered concerning, critics ask at what cost to privacy. We Meet: Jeff Patterson, CEO of Gaggle Mark Keierleber, investigative reporter at The 74 Teeth Logsdon-Wallace, student Elizabeth Laird, director of Equity in Civic Technology at Center for Democracy & Technology Sounds From: "Your Heart is a Muscle the Size of Your Fist" from the band Ramshackle Glory's 2011 album Live the Dream. "Spying or protecting students? CBS46 Investigates school surveillance software" from CBS46 in Atlanta, GA on February 14, 2022. "Student Surveillance Software: Schools know what your child is doing online. Do you?" from WSPA7 News in Greenville, SC on May 5, 2021. "Spying or protecting students? CBS46 Investigates school surveillance software" from News 5 in Cleveland, OH on February 5, 2020. Credits: This episode was produced by Anthony Green and Emma Cillekens with reporting from Mark Keierleber. It was edited by Jennifer Strong and Michael Reilly, and mixed by Garret Lang with original music from Jacob Gorski. Art by Stephanie Arnett. https://www.theguardian.com/education/2021/oct/12/school-surveillance-dragnet-suicide-attempt-healing https://www.the74million.org/contributor/mark-keierleber/ You can support our journalism by going to http://www.techreview.com/subscribe.

    Student Affairs NOW
    Reframing Assessment to Center Equity: Why, What, & How

    Student Affairs NOW

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 58:00


    Dr. Keith Edwards discusses the new book, Reframing Assessment to Center Equity with four contributors; Drs. Gavin Henning, Divya Bheda, Joe Levy, and Ciji Heiser. They discuss the power of assessment to be more equitable as a process and to advance equity as a goal in higher education. Today's guests offer insights and reframing as well as tools, strategies, and tangible ways to examine power, privilege, and positionality to advance equity.

    Culture Factor 2.0
    Chris Skinner: Power of People with Bitcoin, Power of State is too Great!

    Culture Factor 2.0

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 38:50


    Chris Skinner is known as one of the most influential people in technology, and as an independent commentator on fintech through his blog, The Finanser.com. His latest book (sixteenth!) is called Doing Digital. He is Chair of Nordic Future Innovation, is a non-executive director of 11:FS and on the advisory boards of many FinTech and financial firms. Mr. Skinner has been an advisor to the United Nations, the White House, the World Bank and the World Economic Forum. He is a visiting lecturer with Cambridge University, as well as, a TEDx speaker. In recent years, he has been voted one of the UK's foremost fintech observers by The Telegraph and one of the most influential people in financial technology by the Wall Street Journal's Financial News and Thomson Reuters. Chris is also a successful children's author and co-founder of The Portrait Foundation, a non-profit platform to encourage children and the arts. Let's start with the recent crash in crypto, in your blog you state that you believe the end-game will be a hybrid model of CBDCs, stablecoins and cryptocurrencies. I found is fascinating that you state that too many people believe these currencies are all about HODLing (in the crypto slang it's about keeping them as an investment) instead of what currencies are really about, which is allowing the exchange of value to buy and sell products and services. It's all about creating currencies that work for value exchange in a networked world.Would you like an opportunity to give this more depth for those just beginning to invest in cryptocurrency and please define CBDC (central back digital currency)?What is your take on a global coin and how this would affect governments if it's realized? A coin that can be traded anywhere, anytime, in real-time with anyone.Your book, Digital Human, explores the transformations that are sweeping through all spheres of life: the domination of global digital giants; the advent of new financial structures (FinTech); the disruption brought about by Bitcoin; the rise of robots; and the fall of banks.A standout line from your book: not only will everyone on the planet be connected digitally, they can be raised out of poverty through inclusion. Can we dive into your thoughts on blockchain, cryptocurrency and how this may level the playing field for those in poverty?Digital for Good looks at everything from how banking plays a role in the climate emergency through the FinTech world using technology to overcome issues of inequality and inclusion. I'd like to understand this intersection, can you share your vision for Fintech in lifting us out of this global climate crisis and possibly helping marginalized lives?Chris Skinner's Blog, The Finanser Chris Skinner, LinkedinChris Skinner, TwitterHolly Shannon's WebsiteZero To Podcast on AmazonHolly Shannon, LinkedinHolly Shannon, InstagramHolly Shannon, TwitterWatch Culture Factor and VaynerNFT#nfts #nft #nftart #cryptocurrency #blockchain #metaverse #culturefactor #web3 #smartcontracts #bitcoin #nftartist #nftcollectors #eth #ethereum #youtubers #tiktok #instagram #reels #branding  #entrepreneur #coach #consulting #zerotopodcast #podcast #jobsearching #thoughtleader #thoughtleadership #startapodcasttoday #startapodcastalready   #experiences #experientialmarketing #companyculture #employeeengagment #community #peertopeer #decentralizedeconomy