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As the devastating effects of climate change take hold around the world, young people are demanding action from global leaders and, increasingly, taking action themselves. Ask a teenager or young adult which issues they think are most pressing in the world today, and climate will often top the list. One of the goals of our Creating Citizens initiative is to provide a forum for youth to meet and learn from peers and civic leaders about the complex and often controversial issues that are important to them. So it is with special pride that we present a panel of young climate activists discussing their own work and the power of youth to address the climate crisis and issues of racial and social injustice around the world. SPEAKERS Samir Chowdhury Founder and Executive Director, Youth Climate Action Team, Inc. Vanessa Nakate Author, A Bigger Picture: My Fight to Bring a New African Voice to the Climate Crisis Zaria Romero Climate Generation Delegate, COP26; Junior, University of Wisconsin-Madison Darren Zook Professor, Global Studies and Political Science, University of California, Berkeley In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently hosting all of our live programming via YouTube live stream. This program was recorded via video conference on December 1st, 2021 by the Commonwealth Club of California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Barrett Young, Executive Director of Make Liberty Win PAC, joins Free America Now to discuss the success of activist mobilization efforts — knocking millions of doors, electing hundreds of liberty legislators, and restoring freedom across the states.
These are some of the big brains that decide what a Lotus car should look like, feel like, and what the company should do next. Russell Carr has been working for Lotus since 1990 and was appointed head of design in 2014. His work can be seen in the Lotus Esprit facelift, Europa S, Evora, and upcoming Evija. Gavan Kershaw has been the Director of Attributes and Product Integrity since 2017. He sets the targets, benchmarks and evaluation sign-off on everything to do with the performance of Lotus cars. He's never worked anywhere else, so to say he cares about the brand would be an understatement. Matt Windle served as the Executive Director of Engineering until January of 2021 when he was named the Managing Director of Lotus Cars.Recorded on Nov. 22, 2021Head to the Luxury Driver Amazon page for 15% off your order of their incredible wipes. Just head on over to Stance.com and pick out some styles you think they might like.Start your free trial today at egnyte.com.Find Valvoline now at your local auto parts store.For our listeners, they are offering 20% off your first purchase. Get yourself some of the most comfortable and versatile clothing on the planet at vuori.com/TIRE
I remember when I was first seeking a way for BioLight to somehow become involved in a scientific study and have our products validated by research. It didn't take long for my path to entangle with today's guest, Elias Arjan. At the time, Elias was overlooking an arm of Biostrap called Biostrap Labs, which he himself developed to help biohacking and wellness brands run their products through a valid research protocol -- utilizing the biometric data from Biostrap wearables -- to provide scientific evidence to support their own products. As you will learn from Elias, the biohacking landscape is tantamount to the wild wild west where there just isn't much regulation. Sound similar to the supplement industry? On today's episode of The Red Light Report, Elias talks in depth about his passion for evidence-based biohacking and how that would help combat misinformation and over-hyped marketing, ultimately empowering the consumer. He is also a bonafide expert in all things wearables and biometrics, so he shares his knowledge in these areas as well. Elias Arjan is is a business professional, health and wellness educator, and biohacker. As a serial entrepreneur, Elias has started his own businesses and worked in and consulted for Fortune 500 companies, startups, and nonprofits.Elias is the CEO of Business Brain, a strategic consulting firm that serves brands in the health, fitness, and biotech industries. As the Executive Producer of Bioscience LA TV, he is working to connect the ecosystem of bioscience companies in LA county and beyond. Elias is also a sought-after educator/speaker on wearable technology, biometric science and wellness optimization; as well as the former Senior Vice President of Biostrap. He has been featured in LA Magazine, NBC's California Live, LA Business Journal, and multiple podcasts. Elias works to optimize individuals and companies as a consultant and trainer and has been a leading proponent of evidence-based biohacking in Los Angeles and beyond. As the Executive Director of the Biohackers Collective, Elias is working in conjunction with organizers in 33+ cities worldwide to make Biohacking more accessible. Elias has been featured in international publications for his work in the health, technology, and biohacking sectors. Elias is a regular contributor to the International Sport Science Association (ISSA), guiding fitness professionals on how to best use wearable technology to improve outcomes for themselves and their clients.Get ready for Elias to enlighten you about the world of biohacking and help you become a more critical consumer. Enjoy! - Dr. Mike Belkowski & Elias Arjan discuss the following: His background and how he became an educator in the biohacking world Evidence-based biohacking and his vision for approaching validation "Doing the science" and how you can validate claims made about your product Combating misinformation Placebo vs reality and anecdotal evidence for products Wearable biometric devices and the differentiation between them Sensors and how different types can dictate their accuracy in wearables How red light penetrates 10x deeper then green light Molecular sensing as the next phase of measuring biometrics Taking initiative in controlling your own health How to cut through the marketing and know what device to choose How supplement labels might not always contain what they say EMF and how the electromagnetic spectrum works Biostrap labs and its origins in his own experimentation Biohacks he currently employs - Learn More About & From Elias Arjan: LinkedIn - Elias Arjan Instagram - @eliasarjan Websites: eliasarjan.com & Business Brain - Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/axwr1KlsXug - To learn more about red light therapy and shop for the highest-quality red light therapy products, visit www.biolight.shop - Stay up-to-date on social media: Instagram YouTube Facebook
Daniela Ligiero, PhD, is the Executive Director and CEO of Together for Girls, a global, public-private partnership dedicated to ending violence against children, especially sexual violence against girls. The partnership includes five UN agencies, the governments of the U.S. & Canada, several private sector organizations and more than 20 country governments in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, working together to generate comprehensive data and solutions to this public health and human rights epidemic. Dr. Ligiero also serves as the Chair of the Executive Committee of the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children. Before she joined Together for Girls, she served as the VP of Girls and Women's Strategy at the UN Foundation and developed the foundation's gender integration strategy. In addition, she spent over 5 years at the U.S. Department of State where she led the integration of gender issues into all foreign policy and investments in global health—working with over 70 countries and over $1 billion in investments. She helped develop the first ever International U.S. Government Strategy to End Gender-Based Violence. Dr. Ligiero also served in leadership roles at UNICEF, as Chief of HIV and then as Senior Program Officer in UNICEF Brazil. In addition, she has held positions at the World Bank and the US Senate, and has worked directly with survivors of sexual assault in a variety of settings. She is also a survivor of sexual violence herself, and has been speaking publicly about her story for the last decade. She earned her PhD in counseling & community psychology from UMD, College Park, ranked the #1 program in the U.S. Dr. Ligiero is fluent in 4 languages: English, Portuguese, Spanish and French.See the Keep Kids Safe U.S. National Blueprint to End Sexual Violence Against Children and Adolescents (launched Nov. 18, 2021).In this episode:What do you do as the CEO of Together for Girls?What is advocacy, and how is it helping to end sexual violence?If you could implement any policies right now for prevention and healing, what would they be?What barriers do you face as you work to change policy ?How did you learn to harness the power of storytelling to further your organization's mission?Sexual violence - prevalenceHow did your interest in psychology evolve?Why did you choose to pursue your PhD in counseling and community psychology?Why did you decide not to pursue clinical work? How does that training still help you today?Clinical vs. counseling psychologyUsing your psychology degree for policy changeAs a survivor yourself, how did you cope with counseling survivors of sexual violence in your training?What was it like to work on Capitol Hill?How did you help develop an HIV response program for the U.S. Department of State?Being the HIV lead for UNICEF in Brazil and then the senior gender advisor for the Department of StateWhat does your daily life look like at Together for Girls?What skills are you using every day? Advice for audience members interested in psychology, policy, and social justiceWhat skill, quality, or general factor has served you no matter where you went in life? Visit psychmic.com to sign up for the newsletter, where you'll get career tips, grad school resources, and job opportunities straight to your inbox! Follow @psych_mic on Instagram to submit questions for speakers and stay in the loop.Music by: Adam Fine
My guest today is Roberta Matuson. For more than 25 years, Roberta, president of Matuson Consulting has helped leaders in highly regarded companies, including General Motors, The Greater Boston Food Bank, and Microsoft, and small to medium-sized businesses, achieve the dramatic growth and market leadership through the maximization of talent. She's the author of six books including, Evergreen Talent: How to Seed, Cultivate, and Grow a Sustainable Workforce, and the international bestseller, Suddenly In Charge: Managing Up, Managing Down, Succeeding All Around, a Washington Post Top 5 Business Book For Leaders. Her newest book, is Can We Talk? Seven Principles for Managing Difficult Conversations at Work. Here's what to expect during the episode: Handling difficult conversations such as employee engagement and retention. Why do leaders avoid difficult conversations? Leaders fear that employees will become upset and leave. Good communications from leaders can hugely lift employee engagement. Why do people find it difficult to give negative feedback? Managers and leaders avoid difficult conversations with new hires. Why? Difficult Conversations: How to create clarity and dare to have courageous conversations. What exactly does it mean to have a transparent and authentic workplace? And much more! Connect with Roberta! Website: https://matusonconsulting.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MatusonConsulting/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/matuson LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/roberta-matuson/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbi24_ROQfmts3t8gSwzw3w Free Guide: 6 Steps You Must Know to Unleash the Potential of Your Nonprofit Board https://hilandconsulting.org/6stepsreport Thanks for all you do . . . . Take care of yourself and tune in next week . . . All the best. Mary's book is available on Amazon or wherever books are sold: Love Your Board! The Executive Directors' Guide to Discovering the Sources of Nonprofit Board Troubles and What to Do About Them. Be sure to subscribe to Inspired Nonprofit Leadership so that you don't miss a single episode, and while you're at it, won't you take a moment to write a short review and rate our show? It would be greatly appreciated! Let us know the topics or questions you would like to hear about in a future episode. You can do that, and follow us, on Facebook. Connect with Mary! LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maryhiland Inspired Nonprofit Leadership Facebook Group: https://tinyurl.com/inspirednonprofitleadership Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hilandconsulting Website: https://www.hilandconsulting.org
The creator, the hero, the explorer: these are just some of the archetypes made famous by Carl Jung that inspired the latest album from Chicago's Grammy award-winning Third Coast Percussion. Created in collaboration with classical guitarist Sérgio Assad and composer-performer Clarice Assad, Archetypes is a sonic exploration of the human experience. Taped live at the 2021 Chicago Humanities Festival, our conversation with musicians Clarice Assad and David Skidmore features an exploration of the creative process and an interactive discussion on David's dream. Clarice Assad is a Grammy-nominated composer, celebrated pianist, inventive vocalist, and educator. David Skidmore is a performer and Executive Director with Third Coast Percussion, a GRAMMY Award-winning percussion quartet based in Chicago. RESOURCES: Learn to Analyze your own Dreams: https://thisjungianlife.com/enroll/
Today Crystal is joined by Laura Loe, Founder and Executive Director of Share The Cities, which both educates around and advocates for affordable housing and reasonable housing policies that serve the communities they're in. Discussions include the continued legacy of racially motivated redlining, the controversy of golf courses, and how Legos and The Sims have formed a new generation of city planners. As always, a full text transcript of the show is available below and at officialhacksandwonks.com. Find the host, Crystal Fincher on Twitter at @finchfrii and find more information about Share The Cities at @STCActionFund and @sharethecities.More info is available at officialhacksandwonks.com. Resources Share The Cities Community Education: https://sharethecities.org/about “Acronyms for Action: ADU DADU EIS” by Chrystine Kim, Matt Hutchens, and Laura Loe from The South Seattle Emerald: https://southseattleemerald.com/2018/06/21/op-ed-acronyms-for-action-adu-dadu-eis/ “Segregated Seattle” from the Seattle Civil Rights & Labor History Project from the University of Washington: https://depts.washington.edu/civilr/segregated.htm “Are golf courses the solution to affordable housing?” by Bill Radke from KUOW: https://www.kuow.org/stories/are-golf-courses-the-solution-to-affordable-housing “Five Steps to Prevent Displacement” from the Sightline Institute: https://www.sightline.org/2020/08/03/five-steps-to-prevent-displacement/ “Post-election Seattle has housing density on the agenda” by David Kroman from Crossut: https://crosscut.com/news/2021/11/post-election-seattle-has-housing-density-agenda “Must Reads: From video game to day job: How ‘SimCIty' inspired a generation of city planner” by Jessica Roy from The Los Angeles Times: https://www.latimes.com/business/technology/la-fi-tn-simcity-inspired-urban-planners-20190305-story.html Transcript The transcript will be uploaded as soon as possible.
KALICO Executive Director Jemina Watstein & Current Chair Alisha Shilling joined the KGEZ Good Morning Show with John Hendricks on Tuesday November 30, 2021 to talk about the Kalispell Artwalk and Holiday Stroll on December 3, the Holiday Art Market they are hosting that evening and the upcoming Gala: On the Threshold, Saturday, December 4th.
My next guests on DITD are Ellie Angerame the Executive Director, of Green Village Initiative leading her organization towards creating social, economic and environmental change through a unified network of urban farms, community gardens and school gardens in Bridgeport, CT. She is here with Richard Myers Assistant Farm Manager at GVI and Co-Owner and farmer with Sean Joseph at Park City Harvest here in Bpt. They are Two West- Indian American Horticulturists focused on organic market gardening. Their tag line is "CHANGING THE IMAGE OF FARMING"
Nancy Bernardino graduated from Simmons with a Master of Arts in Dispute Resolution in 2005 and Doctor of Education in 2018. She is currently the Executive Director for Single Gender Schools in Dallas ISD. Connect with Nancy: twitter.com/N_Bernardino
Jeanette Yoffe, M.A., M.F.T., is the Executive Director and Founder of Celia Center, a support center that meets the critical needs of all those connected by Foster Care and Adoption and supports all those who serve the community in Los Angeles and beyond via support groups, mental health conferences, wolf healings, and art festivals. She is the Clinical Director of Yoffe Therapy, which provides psychotherapy to children, teens and their families treating attachment, trauma, grief and loss challenges. Join us in the Parents Corner December 1st 1pmET/10amPT and then in podcast. Connect with Jeanette at YoffeTherapy.com and on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Twitter and Instagram. To get your copies of the Jeanette's Books! Thanks to our sponsors at StadiumBags.com, enjoy a KIDFUN minute, and thanks to Smith Sisters and the Sunday Drivers for She is You. Connect with Word of Mom on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and email us at email@example.com for more info. WordofMomRadio.com - sharing the wisdom of women, in business and in life.
Big Lou welcomes Coach Bill Pintard in The Sports Lounge! Few people in baseball today can boast as impressive and varied a record as Bill Pintard. As Manager and Executive Director of the Santa Barbara Foresters, Bill has led the college summer-ball team to NINE national championships, most recently this year! The Santa Barbara Foresters won their ninth NBC World Series championship with a 14-2 win over Lonestar Baseball. Bill Pintard's teams have reached the NBC World Series an all- time record 20 consecutive seasons. Since taking over the team in 1995, Bill has won more than 800 games and 18 California Collegiate League titles and is believed to be the winningest coach in Collegiate summer-ball history. In 2009, he was given a prestigious scouting honor, the Sparky Anderson Award by the Association of Professional Ballplayers for his ongoing contributions to baseball player development. Finally, along with a busy family and baseball life, Bill is the director of the Foresters' Hugs for Cubs, a year-round support program for children and families battling cancer and other serious illness. In 2014, he was named to the NBC World Series Hall of Fame. More than 40 former Foresters have reached the Major Leagues, along with another 300-plus who have signed minor-league contracts. Bill doesn't confine his baseball to the Foresters. He has been a Major League Scout for 18 years, starting with the Yankees in 1997 before moving to the Angels in 2002 for 10 seasons. He returned to the Yankees in 2013, as scout focusing on amateur high school and college players. Bill is a longtime resident of Carpinteria, where he and his wife Kris have raised four children, Ethan, Eric, Brittany and Kelby. Sponsor a Hugs for Cubs kid! Help the Hugs for Cubs help local families battling cancer by sponsoring a Hugs for Cubs kid to travel to a Major League game each summer. The Hugs for Cubs is the Foresters cancer-survivor support program, aimed at young people and their families battling illness. It was founded by Eric Pintard, the former Foresters pitcher and coach who himself battled cancer for many years before passing away in 2004. We remember Eric and try to pass on his spirit and courage and attitude to anyone who needs our help. http://sbforesters.org
The Power of Partnerships Sponsored by BellaGraniteandMarble.com Ron Hinricks, President and CEO of SWCRC hosts Jim Perry, Executive Director at Downriver Community Conference and Brian Pawlik, Planner at SEMCOG discussing partnerships resulting in benefits to communities in the Southeastern Michigan area. Video and Podcast Produced by Kathy Kane-Market Insights, Scripts by Rich Williams-SMZ and presented by: Trenton Trib and Island Beacon. https://youtu.be/8XL9wDfOrpo
November 29, 2021: Weekly Witness: Climate Change and Methane, a conversation about climate change and methane featuring Colin Leyden, Texas Political Director for the Environmental Defense Fund and Cassandra Carmichael, Executive Director of the National Religious Partnership for the Environment
Joseph diGenova, former U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Topic: Ghislaine Maxwell's pilot testifies, Jussie Smollett trial, Waukesha Michelle Gannon, Executive Director of Mary's Place By the Sea Topic: 10th Annual Holiday Show at the Stone Pony Friday, December 3 at 7:30 p.m. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Executive Director of HIV Ireland, Stephen O'Hare joined Sean on the show... Listen and subscribe to Moncrieff on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.
Gregory Montalbano speaks with Katie Reuther who is the Executive Director at Penn Health-Tech located at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Together, Greg and Katie discuss in detail what the Center for Health, Devices, and Technology at the University of Pennsylvania, or Penn Health-Tech for short, and its associated Health-Tech Accelerator is all about. Greg and Katie discuss the history and inner workings of Penn-Tech Health and the University of Pennsylvania ecosystem partners. Together they discuss the methods of mentoring and support offered to the entrepreneurial groups spanning medical, scientific, and biotechnology applications. Katie also outlines the various Penn Health-Tech corporate, university, industry as well as venture partner networks that support their teams. Tune in to the Innovation Vault™ to continue the series and listen to Episodes 5 and 6 with our latest Medical Accelerator, Incubator Lab, and Development Community Podcast guests.
Over time many property owners in New Orleans have replaced green spaces in favor of concrete and other impervious surfaces in order to gain more parking and reduce yard maintenance. The amount of hard surfaces contributed to serious flooding problems across the city. Now a program incentivizes homeowners to replace the pavement with grass and other permeable materials to allow rain to soak into the ground and reduce stormwater runoff. The Front Yard Initiative is explained in this episode with Dana Eness, Executive Director of The Urban Conservancy. Dana discusses how the process empowers property owners to design their front yard, the growing understanding of green solutions among New Orleans residents, and the success of the program, which captures 2 million gallons of water per year. waterloop is a nonprofit media outlet made possible in part by grants from the Walton Family Foundation and Spring Point Partners. waterloop is sponsored by Hydraloop, the innovative water recycling system for homes and businesses. Use water twice with Hydraloop. Learn more at hydraloop.com waterloop is sponsored by High Sierra Showerheads, the smart and stylish way to save water, energy, and money while enjoying a powerful shower. Use promo code Loop20 for 20 percent off at highsierrashowerheads.com
HOSTHerbie Newell is the President & Executive Director of Lifeline Children's Services and its ministry arms.CO-HOSTRick Morton is the Vice President of Engagement at Lifeline Children's Services.RESOURCESAdvent Cards with short Bible discussion and Scripture on each card are available for free download or purchase a set in our store. These cards are beautifully designed and are a great tool to help prepare the hearts and minds of your family for the fullness of Christmas. Check out the Defender Bible Study each morning this month for a special Advent study with us every day. LIFELINE CHILDREN'S SERVICESThe mission of Lifeline Children's Services is to equip the Body of Christ to manifest the gospel to vulnerable children. Our vision is for vulnerable children and their communities to be transformed by the gospel and to make disciples. Web: lifelinechild.orgEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook, Instagram, Twitter: @lifelinechildThe Defender Podcast: Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | SpotifyThe Defender Bible Study: Subscribe
Have you ever wondered if the product you pick up at a store to slather on you or your child's skin is safe? Today's consumers must go far beyond reading a label. We now require trusted and reliable sources to keep us safe from marketing names and terms that sound or look and environmentally friendly, but maybe anything but. Our guest today, Amy Ziff, is the founder and Executive Director of Nontoxic Certified & the MADE SAFE® certification; America's first comprehensive certification program that screens out known toxic ingredients in everything from baby and bedding to personal care products, cosmetics, and cleaners. MADE SAFE was the first and only seal that applies to all non-food consumer product categories. Their banned list includes a rigorous 6,500 substances that are prohibited in any product earning the coveted MADE SAFE certification. A mom and prior self-proclaimed weekend toxicologist and label sleuth, Amy turned the industry on its head by demanding accountability from the brands we should trust. Amy explains why we can't rely on the government to protect us and our families and what you should look for and avoid to shop safely and stay healthy.
Bruce Smith peered into the future and saw a different path for rowing—one that transcended old perceptions of the sport: that rowing on water is for the rich, and rowing in the gym is for Type A personalities with something to prove. And that vision led him to create Hydrow, an immersive in-home rowing experience unlike anything that the world had seen before.In his talk with Jesse, Bruce describes his entrepreneurial journey, starting with setting up shop in Boston and how the city proved to be both a fitting backdrop and a powerful catalyst for early growth. He gives an insider's look at rowing culture and how it led him to pursue a more inclusive path. He breaks down his company's process for designing machinery, software, and content synchronously. He advocates for rowing's holistic health benefits. And he offers a peek into how Hydrow was able to develop its now-patented approach for broadcasting content live from the water. Throughout, it's an inspiring look at how an insider disrupted the status quo to bring a beautiful human experience to everyone.(3:28) Launching Hydrow in Boston(6:21) Why in-home rowing needed, and deserved, a deeper connection to on-water rowing(8:50) “The best things in life should not be reserved for elites.”(15:45) Building the machine, software, and content in parallel(22:32) Ripples of the future: what lies ahead for live outdoor reality(27:16) Navigating a successful omni-channel strategy (31:11) Safeguarding the mission to create the most beautiful human experienceGuest BioBruce Smith is a lifelong entrepreneur and an accomplished rower and coach. A former Head of the Charles winner, Bruce coached the US Lightweight Eight to a Bronze medal at the 2015 World Rowing Championships. He is the former Executive Director of Community Rowing – Boston. He holds a BA in English Literature and Theory from McGill University.Helpful LinksHydrow.comCommercial: The Best Indoor Rowing Machine ExperienceBruce's interview with ForbesThe mental fitness boost of rowingBruce on LinkedInAlso check out: Jesse's conversation with Steve Schwartz, Founder of The Art of Tea
Hear from Marilyn Chappell, Founder and Executive Director, of Exceeds Expectations as she shares real, powerful stories of: Her gambling addiction and how she accepted her reality How she and her husband had the courage to dream, then the guts to do something about them How she's helping end generational poverty through financial literacy How her faith helps her see opportunities and achieve the impossible How she's helping people see the stories that have held them back And many more moments of inspiration and encouragement There's zero chance you won't be moved by Marilyn and her story. Follow along on her journey here.
Dr. Stephen Lee, Executive Director of the National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors, talks about World AIDS Day and the opportunities for public health agencies; Dr. Umair Shah, Washington's Secretary of Health, explains how personal challenges help him connect with people in his state; Dr. Mary Bassett begins work today as New York's new commissioner of health; and ASTHO provides details of key job openings. ASTHO Blog Article: World AIDS Day 2021 – Ending the HIV Epidemic World AIDS Day webpage New York State webpage: Governor Hochul Appoints Dr. Mary T. Bassett as Commissioner of the Department of Health ASTHO webpage: Job Opportunities in Public Health and at ASTHO
If you have listened to the Next Page in the past, you know that Dave feels we are entering the most wonderful time of the year. Dave also realizes that this time of the year can be stressful and filled with disappointments. In this episode Marisa and Dave discuss three things you can do to make sure this is The Most Wonderful Time of Year. You won't want to miss this episode. Marisa is Chief Digital Officer at MACNY. David is Chief Leadership Officer at MACNY and an Executive Director with the John Maxwell
Fred Wellman is the former Executive Director of the Lincoln Project. He is a Westpoint and Harvard graduate, and served in the Army as an aviator and public affairs officer for 22 years. The Lincoln Project is a political action committee that was founded in 2019 by former and present Republicans, with the goal of preventing the re-election of Donal Trump and defeating ‘Trumpism.' You can find Fred on Twitter at @FPWellman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of ASCP Esty Talk, Tracy Donley, Executive Director of ASCP, sits down with Tom Kuhn, CEO of Qnity, to discuss his journey in the professional beauty industry, how Qnity believes everyone deserves to prosper, tips to increasing profits in your small business, and how to make prosperity simple, visual, and actionable. Visit qnityinc.com for more information. ASCP Esty Talk with Host Tracy Donley Produced by Associated Skin Care Professionals (ASCP) for licensed estheticians, ASCP Esty Talk is a weekly podcast hosted today by the Executive Director of ASCP, Tracy Donley. We see your passion, innovation, and hard work and are here to support you by providing a platform for networking, advocacy, camaraderie, and education. We aim to inspire you to ask the right questions, find your motivation, and give you the courage to have the professional skin care career you desire. About our Sponsor Perron Rigot Founded in 1936, Perron Rigot is a French manufacturer and one brand of the French skin care group THALGO. The THALGO Group has 16 brands, all dedicated to the professional salon and spa industry. As creators of the original patented hard wax beads, Cirepil by Perron Rigot has been voted the #1 hard wax year after year and continues to be the most trusted choice for beauty professionals worldwide. Cirepil is produced in an environmentally friendly manufacturing process—cruelty-free since 2013. They produce clean and consciously formulated products with humanely and ethically sourced beeswax, and their products are offered in recycled/recyclable packaging. Website: www.cirepil.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/cirepil_wax_usa/ Click here and use the code FIRSTORDER15 at check out to save 15% on Origine Strip Wax About our Sponsor Richard Merrill Consulting Established in 2019 and developed through real-life award-winning experience and an overwhelming need within the spa industry to elevate the client experience through fundamental business skills mixed with passion and purpose. Our mission is to provide products and services that improve the informed application of fundamental business skills for licensed spa professionals. Through the mentoring process, we aim to create a community of knowledgeable experts that transform the spa industry for generations. Our vision is to support licensed spa professionals in achieving their mission by consistently generating revenues that build a secure spa market value and increase the spa industry's financial security. We are committed to providing education and developing further spa industry resources for business success. Connect with Richard Merrill Consulting Facebook: @RichardMerrillConsulting Instagram: @RichardMerrillConsulting YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCqy6PFQ81_vtiEkObL8oyFw About Associated Skin Care Professionals (ASCP): Associated Skin Care Professionals (ASCP) is the nation's largest association for skin care professionals and your ONLY all-inclusive source for professional liability insurance, education, community, and career support. For estheticians at every stage of the journey, ASCP is your essential partner. Get in touch with us today if you have any questions or would like to join and become an ASCP member. Connect with ASCP: Website: www.ascpskincare.com Email: email@example.com Phone: 800-789-0411 Facebook: www.facebook.com/ASCPskincare Instagram: www.instagram.com/ascpskincare
A strong public health infrastructure is required at the national, state, territorial, and local levels to carry out critical programs and respond to emergencies. How can states move from a reactive approach of ad hoc crisis funding to a proactive investment in nimble, cross-cutting systems? How are states that are undergoing public health transformations positioned to leverage new funding for core priorities like data modernization? In our latest episode, Dr. Steven Stack (Commissioner, Kentucky Department for Public Health) and Janet Hamilton (Executive Director, CSTE) share the latest insights from the field. They address short and long-term needs that public health departments must consider as they create the next generation of public health infrastructure—from laboratories to workforce development, to community partnerships, data systems, administrative readiness, and more. Together, building this infrastructure can be the rising tide that lifts all services across the public health system. Guests: Steven Stack, MD, Commissioner, Kentucky Department for Public Health Janet Hamilton, MPH, Executive Director, Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists Resources: Episode Transcript Foundational Public Health Services Framework The 10 Essential Public Health Services ASTHO – Accreditation and Performance Management Technical Assistance and Resources ASTHO – Guide on Conducting an Administrative Policy Assessment and Gap Analysis ASTHO – COVID-19 Highlights Critical Need for Public Health Data Modernization to Remain a Priority ASTHO –Exploring Innovations in GIS and Visualization for Healthier Communities ASTHO - Public Health Infrastructure Proposals Gain Steam in Congress ASTHO - Understanding the Impacts of COVID-19 on the Workforce
Pardon me while I drop my first ever LIVE episode into this space! And, wouldn't you know it, my guest and I cover all the Conversations With a Wounded Healer favorites: community, connection, spiritual anchors, resiliency, the white-washing of mental wellness spaces, and the importance of therapists engaging in their own work (natch). What a joy to sit beside Camesha Jones, LCSW, at Sista Afya Community Mental Wellness, her gorgeous social enterprise located in Chicago's South Shore neighborhood. Founded in 2017, Sista Afya is dedicated to providing low- to no-cost mental wellness services that center the experiences of Black women. Let's chat about why centers like it are important––and, believe me, there aren't many places like Sista Afya, sadly. “Sometimes people keep saying this BS that Black people don't want to engage in therapy,” says Camesha. Ah, yes, the narrative about which communities are and aren't receptive to supportive healing, created by those outside the community to stigmatize and keep critical infrastructure like therapy from reaching those who need it. Camesha flatly refutes the trope. Camesha has built a center that's community focused down to its core. The name, for instance, combines sista, a term of endearment used between Black women, and afya, a Swahili word that means to be healthy, free from psychological and physical illness. In her own life, Camesha takes continual care to address challenges inherent to living with bi-polar disorder. She offers hope to folks, including fellow therapists, with similar experiences, modelling self-awareness and practicing sustainable self-care while running a successful business. “I go to therapy. I go to my psychiatrist. I take my meds. I do all the things [ ] and that's part of why I call myself a mental illness survivor,” she says, adding, “we're dealing with some of the same things, we're all dealing with some of the same things. It doesn't mean that we can't be effective in this work.” GUEST BIO Camesha Jones, LCSW, is a Social Worker, Entrepreneur, and Community Mental Wellness Advocate who serves at the intersection of culture, community, and social justice. Camesha strongly believes in eliminating barriers in the mental health field that people of diverse cultural backgrounds experience by creating affordable and accessible care that centers on the well-being of the whole person. Camesha is the Founder and Executive Director of Sista Afya Community Mental Wellness. “WHOLE WOMAN, WHOLE COMMUNITIES” FUNDRAISER INFO To donate to Sista Afya's campaign, please visit: https://donorbox.org/saccwholewomen/fundraiser/sarah-buino I'm excited to support Sista Afya's Fall campaign, “Whole Women. Whole Communities.” This year, Sista Afya Community Care has offered 650 free therapy sessions and over 35 community workshops and classes that have collectively served over 200 women. The goal is to raise $35,000 to continue offering free mental wellness care to Black women in Chicago. They need your support to sustain the progress they've made so far. Sista Afya continues to remove barriers to accessing mental wellness care in their communities. Will you contribute to the annual year-end campaign by giving $50, $100, $250, or whatever amount you can towards our goal of $35,000 to help deepen the impact in providing free mental wellness care for Black women? The campaign will run the entire month of December, but make sure to donate now. For full show notes, resources, and links to connect with our guest, visit: http://www.headhearttherapy.com/podcast *** Conversations with a Wounded Healer is a proud member of @mhnrnetwork. Let's be friends! You can find me in the following places... Website: www.headhearttherapy.com/podcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WoundedHealr/ https://www.facebook.com/HeadHeartTherapy/ Instagram: @headhearttherapy Twitter: @WoundedHealr @HeadHeart_Chi
On this week's episode we sit down with Erin Morse, Founder and Executive Director of Midwest Animal ResQ, to discuss ethical rescue practices. We also discuss the reason the Gingerich puppy mill rescue involved a few large rescue groups rather than many small organizations. And we attempt to untangle for advocates the red flags of fake rescues, unethical rescues, and rescues who have simply lost sight of the cause of saving lives in their adoption policies and practices. If you have discovered that it has become increasingly difficult to navigate the rescue world on yours or your loved ones' journey towards choosing adoption, then this episode is for you!To learn more about Midwest Animal ResQ, go here: https://www.midwestanimalresq.org/If you have learned something new from this podcast, or from any of our materials, please consider making a tax deductible end-of-year contribution to our nonprofit, here: https://bailingoutbenji.com/donate/Support the show (https://bailingoutbenji.com/support-us/)
If you have health insurance the chances are high that it is managed by a 'Pharmacy Benefit Manager'. PBM's are connectors between drug manufacturers and patient's health plans and have a large role in determining drug costs. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with Marc Blum, Executive Director of 'America's Agenda', who says his organization is taking a look at PBM's in an attempt to shine a light on how they take advantage of the system in order to increase revenue.
John Helton, Executive Director of Atlanta CareerRise, joins the program to discuss the work that his organization is doing to get long-term unemployed individuals in the region re-engaged in the workforce. John reveals the efforts that CareerRise is making around equity and inclusion and discusses the importance of philanthropic sources of funding. You'll also hear about an approach designed to engage and support the long-term unemployed by meeting their needs for more intensive counseling, case management and peer support.
They came here as young children, brought illegally into the country. They've since grown up here, been educated here, work here, the children of undocumented immigrants who are still considered illegal. They are the Dreamers, an estimated 750,000 of them, protected by deferred action stopping ICE from deporting them. But that deferral might come to an end. Soon. You're about to hear what's at stake for children of undocumented immigrants who've been dreaming for so long to finally be called American. This is American Refugee. FEATURING: Carlos Reyes Roja, Dreamer Eleazar VillaGomez, Dreamer Veena Iyer, Executive Director, ILCM Mackenzie Heinrichs, Equal Justice fellow, ILCM Juliana Macedo do Nascimento, United We Dream Juli Graber, lawyer, sister, sage León Rodríguez, former Director, USCIS Gwyn Moss, Community Program Manager, Ruckus Entrepreneurs Written, Engineered & Produced: Sam Graber Music: Rare Medium, New Sound Underground, Purple Funk Metropolis Recorded: Northfield, MN; Minneapolis, MN Original Release: November 2021 https://odaction.com/americanrefugee
Habitat for Humanity of Flathead Valley Executive Director Bob Helder joined the KGEZ Good Morning Show with John Hendricks and Robin Mitchell on Monday November 29, 2021 to talk about the Home Dedication Ceremony on Wednesday December 8 in Lakeside Montana.
Updated at 1:45 p.m. California Auditor Elaine Howle discusses her 21-year career as a government watchdog and upcoming retirement at the end of the year. Jorge Aguilar, Superintendent of Sacramento City Schools, on the district's Nov. 30 vaccine deadline for staff and students 12 and older. The Amador Community Foundation and Effie Yeaw Nature Center in Carmichael talk about the importance of “Giving Tuesday” to their nonprofits. Today's Guests California Auditor Elaine Howle discusses her 21-year career as a government watchdog and upcoming retirement at the end of the year. Jorge Aguilar, Superintendent of Sacramento City Unified School District, provides an update on the district's vaccine requirement for eligible students and staff. Kathleen Harmon, the Executive Director of the Amador Community Foundation and Heather Gabel, Development and Membership coordinator at the Effie Yeaw Nature Center in Carmichael, join us to talk about the importance of “Giving Tuesday” to their nonprofits.
Join Kaitlyn and Lindsey as they talk about the future of the workplace and the STEM workforce. Expert guests, Dr. Vint Cerf, Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist for Google, and Jennifer Anastasoff, Executive Director and Co-founder at Tech Talent Project, talk with the Tech Unmanned hosts about the nuances about the critical nature of the STEM workforce. Does DoD and the national security community have the authority, motivation, and development pipeline to sustain and engage a future STEM workforce? Hear what Vint and Jennifer have to say, as well as a wrap up from Lindsey and Kaitlyn breaking down the conversation further. References To Compete, Invest in People: Retaining the U.S. Defense Enterprise's Technical Workforce by Lindsey R. Sheppard, Morgan Dwyer, Melissa Dalton, and Angelina Hidalgo (https://www.csis.org/analysis/compete-invest-people-retaining-us-defense-enterprises-technical-workforce) National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence Final Report (https://www.nscai.gov/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Full-Report-Digital-1.pdf) Memos for a Tech Transition by the Tech Talent Project (https://techtalentproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/MemosForATechTransition_ExecutiveSummaries_TechTalentProject_10.16.20.pdf) Future of Defense Task Force Report (https://armedservices.house.gov/_cache/files/2/6/26129500-d208-47ba-a9f7-25a8f82828b0/424EB2008281A3C79BA8C7EA71890AE9.future-of-defense-task-force-report.pdf) Workforce Now by the Defense Innovation Board (https://media.defense.gov/2019/Oct/31/2002204196/-1/-1/0/WORKFORCE_NOW.PDF)
Today's episode of From What If to What Next is about care. Care has been very much on our minds of recent. COVID has highlighted how vitally important care is and yet how undervalued it is. It is so often seen as being the domain of women, and around the world it is often either underpaid, or unpaid work. As the populations of the Global North live longer and longer, and as young people are unable to afford, often, to leave home, it tends to often fall to women to care for both the younger and the older generations simultaneously, what is sometimes called the ‘Sandwich Generation'. Many people are happy to stand on their doorsteps and clap for those who provide the care in our society, but not to really value care, not to campaign for it to be truly valued. These days of COVID have the potential to be a real watershed moment. So in today's episode, with two extraordinary women, we're asking "what if care work was valued?” This is an episode that might very well lead to inner paradigm shifts... Kavita Ramdas is a recognized global advocate for intersectional gender equity and justice. She currently serves as the Director of the Women's Rights Program at the Open Society Foundations. She also serves on a few select non-profit advisory boards, the board of trustees of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and the board of directors of GRIST, a publicly supported journalism non-profit focused on climate justice. Ai-jen Poo is an award-winning organizer, author, and a leading voice in the women's movement. She is the Executive Director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, Director of Caring Across Generations, Co-Founder of SuperMajority, Co-Host of Sunstorm podcast and a Trustee of the Ford Foundation. Ai-jen is a nationally recognized expert on elder and family care, the future of work, and what's at stake for women of color. She is the author of the celebrated book, The Age of Dignity: Preparing for the Elder Boom in a Changing America.
Jim Grout (High 5's Executive Director) joins Phil to talk about a concept that originates from the book "Legacy" by James Kerr; Sweeping the Shed. This has become an essential part at the core of High 5's work in Leadership Development.
Justina Page is an international speaker and natural storyteller who speaks with a bold and refreshing honesty that touches the hearts of audiences. Her speeches unfold with a combination of humor, insightful observation and wisdom, as well as practical application. Justina is a woman whose faith was tested by fire. She now inspires audiences across the country with a powerful message of hope and triumph. She is the author of the award-winning book, The Circle of Fire which tells the story of how Justina's life was changed forever when fire swept through her home, March 7, 1999. The loss of her 22- devastating experience of third-degree burns covering 55 percent of her body affected the entire family. She is also the author of 8 other literary works. From the ashes of fire, a new hope has emerged. She is the Founder and Executive Director of The Amos House of Faith, a non-profit organization, established to provide post-burn month-old twin son, Amos, the severe and lasting injuries of her other twin son, Benjamin, and her own support to children and families affected by burn trauma. She is a supporting actress in the award-winning faith-based movie We Are Stronger and the highly anticipated upcoming TV series Breaking Strongholds.
In today's episode, I have the absolute delight of talking with Jennifer Ching, Executive Director of the Northstar Fund here in NYC. Northstar is a social justice fund that supports grassroots organizing led by communities of color building power in New York City and the Hudson Valley.I was excited to talk with Jenn about the report that they released, in partnership with the New York Foundation, called Streets To Statehouse. The first part of the report shares the lessons learned from two 2019 statewide campaigns that were led by grassroots organizations working in coalition with broader policy and advocacy networks. The second part of the report examines how grassroots organizing is not only essential for building campaigns from outside City Hall or Albany, but is also critical in building a more robust multiracial democracy. Jenn talks about the purpose and focuses of the report in our conversation, and she does a fantastic job of articulating the “why” and “how” behind the research. But I wanted to share my own reasons for why it felt so important to me to have a conversation about the report.First, I am always on the lookout for tools that the growth stage-organizations that I work with and care so much about can use to build their capacity for true and lasting impact. So when I come across a report that functions like a how-to guide for creating systems change, I get really excited. Jenn and I talk not only about the actual how-to lessons that the report shares, but also how organizations - whether they use organizing as a primary vehicle for creating change or not - can use the findings as a tool. Which relates to the second theme that Jenn and I touch on, which is near and dear to my heart. True, lasting social change requires looking beyond the walls of our own organizations and mission and working in partnership and collaboration with other groups - especially those that use different methodologies. And it requires centering the lived expertise of people most impacted by the problems we're working to solve. Whether you're a direct service provider or an advocacy group, collaborations and networks must be part of your vision for impact. This report introduces some concrete ways to plug in to systems work.Finally, Jenn and I talk about how long true impact takes, and how it's incumbent on funders to invest in models that may take longer, but that create more tectonic shifts in our society. I always truly love talking with Jenn, and this conversation is no different. It's a great blend of the why and the concrete - enjoy!
Something you may not know about me is that I'm a foster care Nana! My youngest son and his wife have been foster parents for about two years now, and seeing them walk this journey has helped me learn so much about the foster care community. A lot of us are aware of foster care overall, but most of us don't really understand what happens in foster care and the dynamics that occur when a family says "yes" to this journey.That's why I'm excited to share my conversation today with my friend Jami Kaeb, Founder and Executive Director of The Forgotten Initiative, a ministry that exists to see people everywhere supporting the foster care community and experiencing Jesus together. I love that! Adoption, foster care, and advocacy were not actually part of Jami's dreams for her life, but God changed her heart when He made her aware, and now she is passionate about helping others become aware too! Jami also is mom to seven children (five through adoption).In this episode, Jami shares about the unique journey God led her on to discover the importance of foster care, how that led to a door being opened for The Forgotten Initiative to begin, how each of us can take a first step to supporting foster parents and the foster care community overall, a powerful story of when a friend showed up when she and her husband needed it most, and a whole lot more. This was such a great conversation and I hope this episode helps you become aware because, in Jami's words, awareness leads to action!Show Notes: https://jillsavage.org/jami-kaeb-70/
Until very recently, the prevailing wisdom cautioned that transitioning to a clean energy economy would be extremely expensive, and therefore only possible if undertaken slowly. New research upends that thinking—when it comes to going green, the faster we go, the cheaper it will be. University of Oxford professors Eric Beinhocker and Doyne Farmer talk with Nick about a new strategy for clean technology that could transform the climate fight. Eric Beinhocker is a Professor of Public Policy Practice at the Blavatnik School of Government and the Executive Director of the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the University of Oxford's Martin School. He is also a Supernumerary Fellow in Economics at Oriel College, and External Professor at the Santa Fe Institute. Twitter: @EricBeinhocker Doyne Farmer is Director of the Complexity Economics program at the Institute for New Economic Thinking. He is Baillie Gifford Professor in the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford and an External Professor at the Santa Fe Institute. Website: http://www.doynefarmer.com/ Going big and fast on renewables could save trillions in energy costs: https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/energy/going-big-and-fast-on-renewables-would-save-trillions-in-energy-costs/ A new strategy for climate: make the clean stuff cheap - https://democracyjournal.org/arguments/a-new-strategy-for-climate-make-the-clean-stuff-cheap/ Website: http://pitchforkeconomics.com/ Twitter: @PitchforkEcon Instagram: @pitchforkeconomics Nick's twitter: @NickHanauer
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Bruce Neal is Executive Director at The George Institute for Global Health Australia; and Professor of Medicine, UNSW Sydney. Prof Neal is a UK-trained physician who has 25 years' experience in clinical, epidemiological, and public health research with a focus on heart disease, stroke and diabetes. Bruce has a longstanding interest in high blood pressure and diabetes and the potential for both clinical interventions and changes in the food supply to deliver health gains. His work has been characterised by its focus on collaboration, quantitation, translation and impact. He holds professorial appointments at UNSW Sydney, Imperial College London, and an honorary appointment at the University of Sydney. He has published some 450 scientific papers and since 2016 has been identified by Thomson Reuters as one of ‘The World's Most Influential Scientific Minds', an acknowledgement provided to just a few thousand researchers across all disciplines, worldwide. He has particular expertise in the conduct of large-scale clinical trials addressing cardiovascular disease but has also done a significant body of work addressing food policy issues related to sugars, fats, portion size and food labelling. Find the show notes at sigmanutrition.com/episode415/
This episode is sponsored in part by Humane Network and Doobert.com. Dr. Jaquie Rand is currently using research to tackle issues around community cats and the criminalization of Trap, Neuter, Release practices in Australia. After navigating significant resistance for over a year and a half, she was able to launch a research project to negate arguments about disease spread by cats, the impact of cat predation on native wildlife, and the benefits of sterilization. In the midst of COVID, data collection turned to neighborhood surveys which revealed paradigm-shifting data that challenged notions about the human element in the community cat equation. Stacy and Dr. Rand discuss barriers that are faced by cats' owners⸺especially those with limited financial resources⸺to access spay and neuter procedures. They chat about the value of research in finding possible solutions, prioritizing municipal support based on need, and educating stakeholders to make TNR a more viable option. To learn more, visit the Australian Pet Welfare Foundation's website or email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org. To see the impact that Dr. Jacquie Rand's work is making, follow the APWF's Facebook, Instagram, or connect with them on Linked In.
This week, Summer Stinson sits in to host an expert panel all about redistricting. The bipartisan commission that was supposed to redraw our maps based on the census we have every ten years failed to meet its deadline, and the maps will now be drawn by the state supreme court. There are tons of questions, and, as the he Executive Director of the Economic Opportunity Institute, Summer is the perfect person to take them on. She's joined by panelists: - Margot Spindola, Partnerships Coordinator with Latino Community Fund - Kamau Chege, Director of the Washington Community Alliance
. In this episode, the Dads are taking on Mental Health and celebrating all things Movember. Movember is the leading advocate for men's mental and physical health. Every November they run a campaign to grow out your stache and support the cause. Men's mental health isn't talked about enough and there are too many guys suffering in silence. So, the dads tackle the subject with the hope to remove some of the stigma, give great advice, and places where you can get some help. Let's get to it! 2:00—If you're looking for a signed copy (with a book plate-which is a sticker) of Shannon's book The Ultimate Stay-at-Home Dad Manual, head on over to Left Bank Books! 5:50—Jake goes to the one of the most unusual Hardware Stores he's ever been to. Harry J Epsteins. This place is worth a look for how cool it is. The building used to be a bank and they've got tons of unusual stuff! 11:00—Larry went to a different hardware store and found used cleaning supplies and windows. He's going to use the windows because Larry is building a new greenhouse! It looks awesome. Larry also needed a lot of Jake's caulk. 15:40—A new segment for the show is forth coming! Dad Advice from DadCon. Get a snippet of advice from guys we've met along the way. This is a teaser for the next episode! 17:08—Mick's Chicken Update! 19:44—Let's get into mental health. And what better way to get into it than by talking about the Human Centipede series. 22:30—Why is it so hard to talk about our own mental health? 28:00—Here the dads discuss risk factors that may affect our mental health. What are our triggers and how do we deal with them? 37:20—Here we get to the advice given to us by Mark Hedstrom, Executive Director of Movember. 40:00—What are the dad's triggers and how do they manage them to improve their mental health. 45:25—Tips and tricks on how to manage your mental health. But remember, a great place to start is Movember. Recycled Windows Greenhouse Recycled Windows Greenhouse Extreme ToolsExtreme ToolsExtreme ToolsExtreme ToolsExtreme Tools
Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin) Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/