The Latinx In Social Work Podcast
I'm thrilled to welcome Rosita L. Marinez to the show today as we explore her incredible journey from social worker to being in a senior leadership position as the Director of Housing Operations at Fountain House.In this eye-opening episode, we discuss the power of empathy and dedication in her career and her work's impact on the community. Rosita also dispels the common misconception that homeless folks must have a personal experience with mental health illness to become homeless. Don't miss this enlightening conversation with a true changemaker as we discuss the importance of resilience, passion, and a caring heart working in the housing space.Topics we touch on include:How Rosita identifies given her mixed Latina background How she was able to become the Director of Housing Operation for Fountain House. A national organization fighting for the dignity of people with serious mental illnessWhat does it take for a social worker to work in the housing sector?More about Rosita:Rosita L. Marinez has over twenty years of experience specializing in operations management, financial management, project development, program administration, and executive leadership. Her areas of focus are in mental health, substance use disorder, HIV/AIDS, and housing. The past fourteen years, she has dedicated her career to ending homelessness in New York City. Over the years, Rosita has been part of different initiatives. She recently opened the first Housing Resource Center in a clubhouse model at Fountain House, where she holds a senior leadership position as the Director of Housing Operations. Rosita has been recognized by Manchester's Who's Who in 2005-2006 for exceptional work in social service. In 2021-2022, Marquis Who's Who, recognized Rosita as an outstanding social justice leader. Both recognitions given to Rosita were for her dedication, commitment but particularly for her different initiatives in HIV/AIDS and housing.Rosita has a Master of Science-Non-profit Leadership from Fordham University, a Master of Social Work from Hunter College. She also has a postgraduate degree in Advance Clinical Social Work from Hunter College and a SIFI from Columbia University. She has a bachelor's degree in psychology from CUNY. Other relevant academic achievements include the George and Belle Strell Executive Leadership Fellows Program and John Harford Scholars Program- Hunter College. Rosita also holds multiple certifications in housing development compliance.Rosita L. Marinez, MS-NPL, ADV-CSW, MSW, SIFIRmarinez41@outlook.comlinkedin.com/in/rosita-l-marinez-ms-npl-adv-csw-msw-a1443966 ---Follow Latinx in Social Work on the web:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/erica-priscilla-sandoval-lcsw-483928ba/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/latinxinsocialwork/Website: https://www.latinxinsocialwork.com/Get the best selling book Latinx in Social Work Volume 2: Stories that heal, inspire, and connect communities on Amazon today:https://a.co/d/i6pkuYy
Scientists are increasingly finding their expertise questioned by non-experts who claim they've done their own “research.” Whether advocating Ivermectin to treat Covid, insisting that climate change is a hoax, or asserting that the Earth is flat, doubters are now dismissed by being told to “do your own research!” But is a Wiki page evidence? What about a YouTube video? What happens to our quest for truth along the way? Plus, a science historian goes to a Flat Earth convention to talk reason. Guests: Yvette Johnson-Walker – epidemiologist at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, and affiliate faculty with the University of Illinois Chicago School of Public Health. Nathan Ballantyne – Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University, in New York. David Dunning – Social psychologist and Professor of Psychology at the University of Michigan. Lee McIntyre – Research fellow at the Center for Philosophy and History at Boston University, author of “Post-Truth,” and “How to Talk to a Science Denier: Conversations with Flat Earthers, Climate Deniers, and Others Who Defy Reason.” *Originally aired February 7, 2022 Featuring music by Dewey Dellay and Jun Miyake Big Picture Science is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Please contact email@example.com to inquire about advertising on Big Picture Science. You can get early access to ad-free versions of every episode by joining us on Patreon. Thanks for your support! Please take our listener survey! Help us get to know you and enter to win a $500 Amazon gift card! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, I speak with professor Russell Hittinger about one of the great masterworks of the Western literary tradition: St. Augustine's Confessions. We discuss the structure of the book as a whole, its intended audience, the reasons Augustine wrote it, and its first five books, detailing Augustine's birth, boyhood, and young adulthood. This is part one in a three part series on this book. As always, I hope you enjoy our conversation! Dr. Russell Hittinger is a leading scholar of Catholic political and social thought. From 1996-2019, Dr. Hittinger was the incumbent of the William K. Warren Chair of Catholic Studies at the University of Tulsa, where he was also a Research Professor in the School of Law. He has taught at the University of Chicago, Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology, Fordham University, Princeton University, New York University, Providence College, and Charles University in Prague. In January 2020, Dr. Hittinger gave the Aquinas Lecture at Blackfriars, Oxford. Since 2001, he is a member of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas, to which he was elected a full member(ordinarius) in 2004, and appointed to the consilium or governing board from 2006-2018. On 8 September 2009, Pope Benedict XVI appointed Dr. Hittinger as an ordinarius in the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, in which he finished his ten-year term in 2019. He is currently a Fellow at the Institute for Human Ecology at The Catholic University of America, where he also serves as the inaugural co-Director of the Program in Catholic Political Thought. Jennifer Frey is an associate professor of philosophy and Peter and Bonnie McCausland Faculty Fellow at the University of South Carolina. She is also a fellow of the Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America and the Word on Fire Institute. Prior to joining the philosophy faculty at USC, she was a Collegiate Assistant Professor of Humanities at the University of Chicago, where she was a member of the Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts and an affiliated faculty in the philosophy department. She earned her Ph.D. in philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh, and her B.A. in Philosophy and Medieval Studies (with a Classics minor) at Indiana University, in Bloomington, Indiana. She has published widely on action, virtue, practical reason, and meta-ethics, and has recently co-edited an interdisciplinary volume, Self-Transcendence and Virtue: Perspectives from Philosophy, Theology, and Psychology. Her writing has also been featured in Breaking Ground, First Things, Fare Forward, Image, Law and Liberty, The Point, and USA Today. She lives in Columbia, SC, with her husband, six children, and chickens. You can follow her on Twitter @ jennfrey. Sacred and Profane Love is a podcast in which philosophers, theologians, and literary critics discuss some of their favorite works of literature, and how these works have shaped their own ideas about love, happiness, and meaning in human life. Host Jennifer A. Frey is an associate professor of philosophy at the University of South Carolina. The podcast is generously supported by The Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America and produced by Catholics for Hire.
Full and Thriving: An Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast
ABOUT THIS EPISODE In this episode join Meg as she talks with Dr. Emily Maynard where Dr. Maynard shares her insights on embracing the complexity and fullness of one's story, and how changing the narrative can lead to healing and growth. We also explore the harm that can occur if a person's inner world is not validated by others, and Dr. Maynard provides tips for identifying and healing the narrative people have about themselves. Additionally, they discuss the importance of the patient-therapist relationship in recovery and how positive feelings between the two can predict good outcomes. Dr. Maynard also cautions against holding on too tightly to a narrative and explores the process of mourning in an eating disorder recovery journey. Don't miss out on this informative and insightful discussion about the power of healing the narrative and embracing the complexity and fullness of your story. Tune in to gain a deeper understanding of the importance of validation and positive relationships in the recovery process. ABOUT OUR GUEST Dr. Emily Maynard is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Santa Barbara, California. She previously worked in community substance abuse treatment and at Counseling and Psychological Services at University of California, Santa Barbara. She received her PhD from Fordham University in the Bronx, New York City, and completed her clinical training at Bellevue Hospital Center. Her therapy practice specializes in working with individuals who have complicated relationships with their bodies, including working with eating disorders, substance use issues, trauma, medical illness and pain, and LGBTQ+ individuals, especially transgender individuals. She sees both adolescents and adults, and especially enjoys working with late adolescent and early adult patients. In her free time, Dr. Maynard enjoys knitting and crochet, reading fiction, running by the beach, and spending time with her partner and kids. ABOUT OUR HOST Meg is a CCI certified Eating Disorder Recovery Coach and Founder of The Recovery Collective. She is the host of Full and Thriving: An Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast. Meg is now accepting 1:1 coaching clients and offers free consultations on her website. Grab your Full and Thriving Merch!! https://www.etsy.com/shop/RecoveryCollective Sign up for a free 1:1 coaching consultation with Meg http://bit.ly/3A1Cw5r The Recovery Collective Instagram: www.instagram.com/the_recoverycollective/ Watch and Subscribe to The Meg and Anne-Claire Show https://bit.ly/3cdHfIx Meg's website: www.meg-mccabe.com Meg's Instagram: www.instagram.com/meg_mccabe/ Listen to these free eating disorder recovery affirmations: megmccabe.lpages.co/200-recovery-affirmations/ Support the show by purchasing anti-diet merchandise here: www.etsy.com/shop/RecoveryCollective
Society of Vascular Surgery Executive Director Ken Slaw, Ph.D, and his wife Anne Slaw, JD, share their quest to save their son who was diagnosed with a rare, life-threatening, genetic, neurologic disease present at birth. Familial Dysautonomia, abbreviated FD, at the time of diagnosis, had a life expectancy rate of 10 years. That wasn't acceptable to Ken and Anne. Ken reached out to his life-long network of healthcare professionals and attended pediatric conferences in search of researchers while Anne launched FD Now, a 501(c)(3) and started fundraising. They teamed up with Dr. Berish Rubin and Dr. Sylvia Anderson, who through the partnership launched The Laboratory for Familial Dysautonomia Research at Fordham University, New York, which is dedicated to studying the molecular biology of this disease. In addition to the discovery of the gene mutation that causes FD, research at the laboratory has produced numerous life-changing treatment breakthroughs. Listen in to hosts Kym McNicholas and Dr. John Phillips interview Ken and Anne about their story, which they hope will inspire others to not give up hope.
Please Support Our Show on SubstackLove KnotWork Storytelling? Support the show, find the in-depth show notes, and get even more stories on our Substack, Myth Is Medicine.Our StoryAs the film, the Banshees of Inisherin receives awards across the world, we explore stories of the bean sí, the Irish fairy woman who was considered a harbinger of death. Our guest, Caoimhe Nic Giollarnáith, brings us stories from Ireland's Schools Collection as well as and stories her own childhood.Our GuestCaoimhe Nic Giollarnáith is originally from County Kildare. She has always had a keen interest in Irish folklore and mythology and grew up listening to her father tell stories in Irish about the féar gortach and bean sí. She attended Irish language medium schools and graduated from University of Galway, with BA and MA degrees in Modern Irish. While studying at University of Galway, Caoimhe took Irish Folklore courses taught by Dr. Lillis Ó Laoire. She has over 10 years of teaching experience as an Adjunct Professor and recently earned the Certificate in teaching Irish to adults from Maynooth University. Caoimhe currently teaches Irish language and literature undergraduate courses at Lehman College, City University New York and Irish language classes for adults at the Irish Arts Center, Manhattan and New York Irish Center in Queens. She also teaches one-to-one classes. Her clients include the families of Irish diplomats working at the United Nations and Irish Consulate, New York. In the past, she has taught Irish language courses at Fordham University, Manhattan College and Rosetta Stone. In February 2020, she received a Top 40 Under 40 award from The Irish Echo. Caoimhe is a regular guest on Irish language radio shows on BBC, RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta and featured in the Irish Film and Television Academy (IFTA) award nominated documentary series GAA USA broadcast on TG4. In June, Caoimhe will be launching her own Irish language classes online and in-person in Manhattan. Our ConversationThe wealth of folklore found at Duchas.ie, the database of Ireland's National Folklore Collection. Find the story from this episode here.The Irish language“talkie” film: Oidhche Sheanchais, from 1935 which features a night of storytelling and keening on the Aran Islands.Death in Ireland and the culture of large funerals and how it differs from the USMeeting the Badb, another face of the bansheeReclaiming the legacy of Peig Sayers, the Irish storyteller whose memoir was required reading for generations of Irish students Work with MarisaMarisa offers 1:1 coaching for writers & creative entrepreneurs, as well as 1:1 intuitive tarot sessions called Healing for Heroines sessions.Find more of Marisa's writing and get a copy of her book, The Sovereignty Knot www.marisagoudy.comFollow the show on Substack, Instagram, Facebook, and
The Latinx In Social Work Podcast
In this episode, Social Worker Veronica Gonzalez shares her insights on coping with trauma in the workplace and strategies for practicing self-care. Veronica draws from her experience working with clients who have experienced trauma and discusses the importance of self-care in preventing burnout and maintaining emotional resilience. She also shares practical tips and techniques for practicing self-care, including mindfulness exercises, boundary-setting, and seeking support from colleagues and supervisors.Topics we touch on include:5 self-care tips you can use immediately How to cope with vicarious trauma Setting boundaries as a social worker And more!More about Veronica:Veronica joined Her Justice as the Social Work Manager in 2018. At Her Justice, Veronica works collaboratively with clients to create a safe space to engage clients to process and begin to heal their past traumas and empower clients to participate in their legal cases and their lives actively. Her work with clients focuses on housing issues and homelessness, domestic violence, the effects of trauma, navigating multiple governmental systems, and managing mental health issues. In addition, Veronica provides guidance and support to the agency's legal staff, volunteer attorneys, and community partners on topics such as working with clients who have experienced multiple traumas, vicarious trauma and trauma stewardship, trauma-informed care, confidentiality, and mandated reporting.Her areas of expertise include working with survivors of crime including domestic violence and trafficking, individuals experiencing homelessness, and individuals dealing with mental health, trauma, suicidal ideations, and vicarious trauma and resilience.Veronica graduated with a B.A. in Psychology from Boston University and an M.S.W. from Fordham University's Graduate School of Social Services. Veronica has been a Licensed Master of Social Work in New York State since 2011.---Follow LatinX in Social Work on the web:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/erica-priscilla-sandoval-lcsw-483928ba/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/latinxinsocialwork/Website: https://www.latinxinsocialwork.com/Get the best selling book Latinx in Social Work: Stories that heal, inspire, and connect communities on Amazon today:https://www.amazon.com/dp/1952779766
Rumors of Grace with Bob Hutchins
This is a fascinating discussion with Paul Levinson, an American author, singer-songwriter, and professor of communications and media studies at Fordham University in New York City. His novels, short fiction, and non-fiction works have been translated into sixteen languages. We discuss his relationship with Marshall McLuhan, time travel, Media Ecology, and why understanding the effects and power of media is so important. -Created and Published by Human Voice Media 2023
„Tugend und Akzeptanz könnten durchaus unser einziger realistischer Weg sein“, um die momentan schwierige Zeit zu überstehen. Das sagt William Baumgarth, Dozent für Politikwissenschaften an der Fordham University in New York. Web: https://www.epochtimes.de Probeabo der Epoch Times Wochenzeitung: https://bit.ly/EpochProbeabo Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTimesDE YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC81ACRSbWNgmnVSK6M1p_Ug Telegram: https://t.me/epochtimesde Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtimesde Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTimesWelt/ Unseren Podcast finden Sie unter anderem auch hier: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/at/podcast/etdpodcast/id1496589910 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/277zmVduHgYooQyFIxPH97 Unterstützen Sie unabhängigen Journalismus: Per Paypal: http://bit.ly/SpendenEpochTimesDeutsch Per Banküberweisung (Epoch Times Europe GmbH, IBAN: DE 2110 0700 2405 2550 5400, BIC/SWIFT: DEUTDEDBBER, Verwendungszweck: Spenden) Vielen Dank! (c) 2023 Epoch Times
Clare DeNicola is the Co-Founder and Principal of the 10 Company, a highly strategic, service-oriented, women-owned business dedicated to helping C-level executives transform their businesses using marketing, sales and communications. She was also the President and CEO of IVANS, Inc., a technology company that revolutionized the insurance industry by integrating carriers and their systems with third parties that service the industry. Her passion for helping companies grow has made her one of the top leaders in the insurance industry. Clare has more than 25 years of business experience, including eight years as CEO of a technology company (IVANS). She has an impressive track record of developing and executing creative, results-driven sales strategies, new product and market development, brand initiatives, and customer service programs. She knows first-hand the strategic, financial, and operational realities that businesses face. One of her “super powers” is that she understands how to use marketing and communications to complement a company's operations and vision for growth to generate great results.Clare has a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Fordham University and she started her career in the insurance industry as a Vice President of Marketing at IVANS. She is also a consultant for The National Association of Professional Insurance Agents (PIA National), where she helps the PIA Partnership create programs for independent agents to use and implement at their agencies. Fun Fact: Clare is a huge animal advocate. She loves rescuing and helping dogs. Another fun fact is that she recently did “Glamping” in the middle of New York City with her friends from College.For more information about Clare DeNicola and the 10th Company, please follow and connect with her on LinkedIn.Please remember to subscribe to our podcast and download all our episodes on your iPhone, Android, or Spotify so you can listen to us anywhere in the world and in your own time. At Fun Insurance Solutions, we help you take your career to the next level. Haz CLICK AQUI para darnos "Like" en Facebook.Haz CLICK AQUI para seguirnos en InstagraWe loved Heather's books and we definitely recommend them! You can order them by pressing on the following links: Overcome Your Villains and Confidence Creator. LINKS to follow and connect with Heather: https://www.linkedin.com/in/theheathermonahan/ https://heathermonahan.com/ https://www.instagram.com/heathermonahan/ https://www.facebook.com/heathermonahanofficial https://twitter.com/_heathermonahan/
Are New Yorkers getting their money's worth? Dr. Christina Greer, political science professor at Fordham University, co-host of the FAQ NYC podcast, and Gotham Book Prize juror, breaks it down with Bradley. Plus, she explains why there's a lot left to learn from LBJ.This episode was taped at P&T Knitwear at 180 Orchard Street — New York City's only free podcast recording studio.Send us an email with your thoughts on today's episode: firstname.lastname@example.orgSubscribe to Bradley's weekly newsletter, follow Bradley on Twitter, and visit the Firewall website.
Support the podcast, become a patron, get additional benefits: https://bit.ly/3nMGeYj In this episode we look at the current situation in the small but important country of Moldova. Since Russia's full scale invasion of Ukraine, which began last year, Moldova has often been thought of a country at greater risk of destabilization and conflict. Recent intelligence indicates Russia is seeking ways to disrupt Moldova's pro-European path and may be funding hybrid-style attacks in the country.Joining us on the podcast is Anda Bologa is a Fulbright scholar and a PhD candidate at Fordham University. She is an affiliated expert with the Romanian think tank Europuls and a fellow at the Washington-based Centre for European Policy Analysis (CEPA). Anda's research topics are transatlantic affairs, digital policy, and EU neighborhood policy. Anda discusses the pressure faced by Moldova and what it will take for the country to overcome possible hybrid attacks.Read more in the latest issue of New Eastern Europe: https://bit.ly/3I3K4I4“War at the border, protests at home: pressure mounts on Moldova”, by: Will Fleeson, New Eastern Europe, Issue 1-2/2023, https://neweasterneurope.eu/2023/02/15/moldova-ukraine-russia-sandu-shor/* “Moldova is being forced to adapt to hybrid warfare”, by: Marina Bzovîi, New Eastern Europe, Issue 1-2/2023: https://neweasterneurope.eu/2023/02/15/moldova-hybrid-warfare-russia-ukraine-hacking/Follow us on Twitter: @areichardt, @AWidlaszewska
— Redefining "family" as people who accept all of parts of YOU, and not just the parts they choose, is honoring your true self and your relational needs. Valeria interviews Dr. Nick Santo — He earned his MSW at Fordham University and his DSW at NYU; and has completed various post-graduate training programs. He has three publications that focus on integrating intersubjectivity, self-psychology, and affirmative therapy with gay men. He is currently a psychoanalytic candidate at the Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity. He has been practicing psychotherapy for 14+ years, and currently maintains a private practice in NYC. Dr. Santo's interests include treatment with sexual and gender minority adults with histories of relational and/or religious trauma. To learn more about Nick Santo and his work, please visit: nicholassantopsychotherapy.com — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well.
Welcome back to Clearing the Way. A resource for small business. I talk with sales and HR experts, other small business owners, and anyone else that can provide you with information to clear your way to success. In today's episode, we discuss the difficulties of taking over a family business and the importance of succession planning. Evan Chambers, President of Chambers Insurance Agency. Evan graduated from Fordham University in 2014. While at Fordham, Evan had several finance internships. After graduating, he spent a year and a half as an accounting analyst before coming back to Washington in 2015 to join his father's team at Chamber's Insurance. The agency was opened in 1953 by Evan's grandfather. In 1979, Evan's father, Chris, joined the team. When Evan joined, he focused on Personal Lines and brought his experience from the financial world to assist in the company's accounting and technology. In 2020, his younger brother, Mac, joined the team. After his father's passing in May of 2021, Evan took over and became the 3rd generation president of the agency. Evan ChambersWebsite: https://chambersinsurance.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/evanchambersinsurance/
Born in Queens, Akshay Bhardwaj studied business at Fordham University and Baruch College, and then pivoted to his passion: cooking. His ascension in the culinary world was extraordinary; between 2012 and 2017, he worked his way from working the line to executive chef at Junoon. Junoon was awarded one Michelin Star eight consecutive years from 2011, and held the title of the only Indian restaurant in New York City with a Michelin Star from 2018-2019. He was also selected as a Gohan Society Culinary Scholar — and traveled to Japan to study the delicate art of omakase — and became the first Indian chef to be selected for the Forbes “30 under 30: Food & Drink” list. Bhardwaj showcases a menu that reflects the diversity of India, steeped in the classics while offering deft touches of modernity.In this episode, we talk about Akshay's journey running a family business, creating an indian fine dining place and how is it different from a “fusion” restaurant, and finally Akshay shares some wisdom for young folks based on his experience."Hey chef, just wanted to ask about March 11th for time off"Still getting time off requests like that ☝️ via text?
Tests and the Rest: College Admissions Industry Podcast
Politicians rarely weigh in on what students are taught in school and usually act from a non-academic agenda when they do. The announcements of new AP African American Studies and Precalculus courses have attracted far more negative attention than honors classes typically do. Why? Amy and Mike invited educator John Moscatiello to unpack the controversies around new Advanced Placement programs. What are five things you will learn in this episode? 1. Why is the College Board introducing AP African American Studies and Precalculus courses? 2. Why hasn't this announcement gone smoothly? 3. What is the controversy around the AP African American Studies course? 4. What is the controversy around the AP Precalculus course? 5. What should we expect for these courses in the near future? MEET OUR GUEST John Moscatiello has been a leader in the education space for the past two decades. His career began at the Princeton Review, where he taught the SAT, ACT, SAT Subject Tests, AP Exams, ISEE, SSAT, SHSAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT Verbal, and TOEFL. At the Princeton Review, John went on to train hundreds of teachers, write content for 13 test preparation books, and work as a college admissions consultant. In his capacity as the National Director of Tutoring from 2007 and 2009, John managed thousands of teachers and tutors, supporting them with online professional development and the creation of an online community. From 2015 to 2016, John starred in more than 200 educational videos for the Princeton Review's SAT, ACT, and GRE self-paced courses. John's academic career began as a Spanish major at New York University, where he realized the value of the AP Program by using credits to graduate a full year early. He then pursued graduate degrees in history from Fordham University and the University of Notre Dame, where he won awards for his undergraduate teaching. He was a Fulbright scholar to Spain in 2012 and worked at the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) in Madrid. John's academic research has been published in both English and Spanish. He currently teaches part-time at a private high school in Princeton, New Jersey. John has supported thousands of students by building and implementing programs for underserved communities through the Peter Jay Sharp Foundation, TEAK Fellowship, NYC Service, Corporate and Social Responsibility at Proskauer Rose LLP, and the Aga Khan Development Network. John's tutoring and NGO work has taken him to more than 10 states and 25 countries around the world, especially in Europe, the Middle East, Central Asia, and East Africa. In 2018, John founded Marco Learning in order to address the lack of high-quality AP resources and to better support AP teachers and their students. John previously appeared on this podcast in episode 241 to discuss The Future Of AP Exams. Find John at https://marcolearning.com. LINKS Advanced Placement Program Florida Officials Had Repeated Contact With College Board Over African American Studies RELATED EPISODES CHOOSING BETWEEN AP AND IB PROGRAMS HIGH SCHOOL COURSE SELECTION AND ACADEMIC RIGOR CHOOSING HIGH SCHOOL MATH COURSES STRATEGICALLY ABOUT THIS PODCAST Tests and the Rest is THE college admissions industry podcast. Explore all of our episodes on the show page. ABOUT YOUR HOSTS Mike Bergin is the president of Chariot Learning and founder of TestBright. Amy Seeley is the president of Seeley Test Pros. If you're interested in working with Mike and/or Amy for test preparation, training, or consulting, feel free to get in touch through our contact page.
In this episode, Xavier Bonilla has a dialogue with Clayton Bohnet about protest through a philosophical lens. They discuss what a montage is and why he used it for his book, defining protest, and the functionality of protest. They talk about protest as spectacle, differences between protests and mobs/riots, Kant's contribution to understanding critique, and many more topics. Clayton Bohnet is a philosopher, writer, and professor. He has Master's in Psychology from the University of West Virginia and a PhD in Philosophy from Duquesne University. He has taught at Fordham University, Gonzaga University, and Central Washington university. Currently, he is pursing a law degree from Cleveland Marshall College of Law. He is the author of the book, Toward a Philosophy of Protest. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit convergingdialogues.substack.com
In this episode, Taz interviews Alex Wolf. Alex is a business & tech thought-leader, investor and author; recognized as Fast Company's Top 100 Most Creative People In Business. Alex's effort to make big companies think critically about technology has been recognized by Apple, Snapchat, Stanford University, Fordham University, NYU and more. Her thought-leadership has been profiled in Forbes, Inc. Entrepreneur and in AfroTech as “The Woman Silicon Valley Is Too Afraid To Call A Genius”. She sold a multi-million dollar internet company she built from scratch before the age of 25. Wolf now speaks and writes to an audience of over 34,000+ entrepreneurs & investors who trust her opinion on the future of business & acquisitions.In this episode, Taz and Alex chat about Alex's path into the M&A space, what it's like to be an investor and how security plays a valuable role in her work and industry. Enjoy! Links from discussion:How to reach Alex: https://www.alexwolf.co/Alex's book, Resonate : https://www.amazon.com/Resonate-Anyone-Wants-Build-Audience/dp/198090443XJason Button episode on SS podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/926089/11802795Security Outcomes Report: https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/security/security-outcomes-report.htmlGet the report to learn:Ways to set your cybersecurity strategy up for success by striking the right balance between risk and resilience What CISOs and other experts are considering when building up their own security resilience How the most resilient organizations prepare for inevitable disruption and recover quickly to emerge stronger
With more than 800 people certified worldwide, the Validation Training Institute provides virtual certification programs for aging service professionals and caregivers. Vicki de Klerk-Rubin shares her life work continuing her mother's legacy, communication tips, and highlights of the upcoming Validation World Congress in partnership with #activitiesstrong. About Vicki Vicki de Klerk-Rubin is the Executive Director of the Validation Training Institute and a certified Validation master. She is the author of Validation Techniques for Dementia Care and Validation for First Responders. Together with her mother Naomi Feil, the founder of the Validation method, she co-authored the revisions of Validation: The Feil Method and The Validation Breakthrough. Ms. de Klerk-Rubin holds a BFA from Boston University, an MBA from Fordham University, and is a Dutch-trained registered nurse. Since 1989, Ms de Klerk-Rubin has given Validation workshops, lectures and training programs in Austria, Belgium, China, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Luxemburg, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland and the United States. She has also worked in long-term care in Amsterdam, leading Validation groups and training staff. Key Takeaways “Crossing the street” into the world of an individual with cognitive impaired is foundational to the Validation Method. Be mindful—take a breath before you respond and pay attention to your tone of voice. Always have eye contact older adults—approach them from the front and reach them at eye level. “Talking down” to them can create anger. Never talk to the back of the head or approach from the side. You may not be heard, and approaching from the side can be scary for people with narrow peripheral vision, which happens naturally as you get older. Self-care is critical for caregivers. Without caring for ourselves, it's hard to give to others. The skills to communicate with individuals with cognitive impairment can only be learned by practice and getting feedback.They can't be learned in a book or YouTube video.
Human Design with Tijana BuricThe Human Design System is a synthesis of ancient and modern sciences, and has proven to be a valuable tool for human understanding.It provides you with simple yet effective tools to enhance your life, reducing confusion, stress and resistance. It is essentially your own navigation tool. Tayo's guest today, Tijana Buric is a Human Design expert who discusses how and why this tool is important for us to utilize as we figure out alignment with our passions and our careers. By formal education she is an economist and by soul vocation she is a curious learner, educator, entrepreneur, coach, mentor.After graduating from Belgrade University she started my career in PwC audit. In 2013 she moved to New York City to pursue her graduate degree at Fordham University and continued her career in Deloitte tax consulting practice. During her 10 years in corporate career she was a facilitator for professional and career development programs and mentor for graduate business students which awakened her passion and personal mission to help others achieve their potential through creating authentic and fulfilling careers and brands. After a decade of a career as CPA, she decided to follow her passions and combine all her roles into one umbrella, the Career Alchemist. With the diploma in Executive Coaching, her educational journey doesn't stop as she firmly believes we can only grow as much as we can expand our minds.Having gone through the major transformations in her professional career, from moving across continents and continuing her career in New York City, to leaving a corporate career to start her entrepreneurial journey, she knows what it takes to make big changes and she is here to be your guide and support in that process.Links:Connect with Tijana Buric:Website: https://www.careeralchemist.co/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tijana-careeralchemist/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/careeralchemist/Connect with Tayo Rockson and the As Told By Nomads Podcast:Tayo's Website: https://tayorockson.com/Tayo on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tayorockson/Tayo on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TayoRocksonTayo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/tayorocksonTayo on TikTok: https://www.youtube.com/tayorocksonAs Told by Nomads Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/as-told-by-nomads/id910739730UYD Management: https://www.uydmanagement.com/UYD Collective: https://tayorockson.com/uyd-collective Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Wait...What? #sportsbiz chat with DP & McGhee
DP & McGhee welcome Fordham University's director of athletics, Edward Kull to the show. Ed talks about the challenges of running a program competing in a mid-major conference, how things like NIL have complicated an already complex job, and how programs like Fordham drive revenue, the lifeblood of college athletics. Given that it's Super Bowl week, our hosts spent most of the up front portion of the show talking about the...NHL. Of course, they also mentioned Tom Brady's (2nd) retirement as well as Pepsi's decision to swap out Mountain Dew for Starry as the flagship brand of their NBA and WNBA sponsorships.
The Latinx In Social Work Podcast
In this episode, I sit down with Harleny Vasquez, a passionate Latina woman who shares her journey of overcoming low self-worth. Despite her success and driven nature, she candidly shares how she used work as a distraction from her true feelings and the challenges she faced on her path to self-discovery and empowerment. Topics we touch on in this episode includeThe impact of growing up with a single mother and how it shaped Harleny into the dynamic individual she is todayHarleny's entrance into the career coaching space within social workThe connection between work addiction and avoiding true emotionsMore about Harleny:Harleny Vasquez is a licensed master social worker and a Latina woman of color. She has over 10 years working in social services providing trauma-informed care. Harleny attended Hunter College, where she received her bachelor's degree in psychology, and completed her master's degree in social work at Fordham University. She is the founder of her business yourEVOLVEDmind, LLC, where she is a social worker career coach helping social workers in all stages of their careers. Her areas of focus include resume and cover letter writing, personal branding, LinkedIn marketing, salary negotiation, and confidence building. She provides all her clients the tools needed to secure their next opportunity using the LinkedIn platform. She has over 19 thousand followers and is known as one of the top social work influencers in the country.In the past two years, Harleny has helped over 100 social workers secure new opportunities. She has been featured in VoyageLA, The New Social Worker Careers Magazine, Social Work Degrees sponsored by Wiley, and NASW Blog Post. Her podcast Social Work Insider was listed as #18 of the top 40 social work podcasts to follow in 2022 for Feed Spot. Harleny has spoken to over 15 social work schools across the nation, including Fordham University, Columbia University, New York University, Adelphi University, and Touro College. She is on a mission to uplift and elevate the social work profession.Harleny Vasquez, LMSW, SIFI Harleny@yourevolvedmind.com Instagram: @yourevolvedmind linkedin.com/in/harlenyvasquez/ yourevolvedmind.com---Follow Latinx in Social Work on the web:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/erica-priscilla-sandoval-lcsw-483928ba/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/latinxinsocialwork/Website: https://www.latinxinsocialwork.com/Get the best selling book Latinx in Social Work Volume 2: Stories that heal, inspire, and connect communities on Amazon today:https://a.co/d/i6pkuYy
Take Command: A Dale Carnegie Podcast
Ally Love is a multifaceted woman, pioneering the slash generation by wearing a multitude of hats. She is the CEO of Love Squad, a community organization empowering women; a Peloton instructor, Brooklyn Nets arena host; an inspiring speaker; and an Adidas global ambassador. Ally was born and raised in Miami, Florida, and moved to New York City (NYC) to pursue her dream of becoming a dancer. As a speaker and instructor, she has inspired audiences from major global corporations, including Google, JP Morgan, Amazon, Salesforce, and more. Ally has been featured in Vogue and the New York Times, has appeared on Good Morning America, and was a co-host at U.S. Open live show in 2022.Curiosity and hunger are what drove Ally Love—curiosity of what's next and the hunger of “I want to get to the point where I deserve to be.” She fought for her life from a young age. Her ambition to achieve more, combined with the desire to become a dancer, led her to move to NYC. She received a scholarship from Alvin Ailey, the international dance troupe, and graduated from Fordham University at Lincoln Center, NY. She later became a dancer for the New York Knicks, the professional basketball team based in Manhattan. She also performed with top-named artists such as Beyonce and Pitbull. But she still wanted more.In her early days in NYC, Ally remembers that she struggled to make friends and adapt to the fast rhythm of the city. However, she did not step back, and she fought through those emotions. She got a modeling contract with Wilhelmina Models, start making money and friends, and learned to love NYC. Her boyfriend (now husband), Andrew Haynes, encouraged her to tap into her love of reading. Ally admits that Dale Carnegie's How to Win Friends and Influence People and How to Stop Worrying & Start Living are two key books in her life. These books have helped her understand herself and find her purpose in her early days in NYC, as well as recently when she needed to battle a stressful and busy year flying between NYC, where her full-time job is, and London, where she was recording a show for Netflix.One of the core principles she has grown to believe is that we must be comfortable being uncomfortable. Her mom offered additional advice. “If you're uncomfortable, take a beat. Listen—you're learning something. It doesn't mean run. It doesn't mean change. It doesn't mean leave! So, anyone who's dealing with that fear of what's next, or fear of making a transition . . . take a beat. Stay where you are. Be steadfast.”Ally's high energy, positive attitude, and desire to explore new things earned her a well-rounded knowledge of sports, fashion, public speaking, wellness, and activism. While she admits she's never taken a course in business or leadership, she has learned to manage her team and business through experience, lots of hard work, and by loving her many jobs. Her style of leadership is grounded in understanding how to lead from the inside and grow and achieve goals together. Ally believes leaders should be able to bring out the best in people, figure out who's the best in a specific area, and let them do what they do well.This episode's Thought Leadership Spotlight segment features Liz Haberberger, President of Dale Carnegie Missouri. Liz's enthusiasm and passion aren't easily matched. Her number one rule in life is to have fun. If it's not fun, she's not doing it. She is at her best in front of a group or working to solve a complex business challenge.Join us to learn how to take command of our lives, learn what we are good at, manage negative thoughts, overcome fear, and— grow and succeed— to get comfortable with being uncomfortable.Learn more about the new Take Command: A Dale Carnegie Book on takecommand.com
Dr. Michael Pearson is the James F Stoner Endowment Chair in Global Sustainability at Fordham University and he's a full professor with a focus on global sustainability and social entrepreneurship. Not only that, he's a research associate at Harvard University's Human Flourishing Program. He co-founded the Humanistic Management Network and is founder and president of the International Humanistic Management Association. He's also the editor in chief of the Humanistic Management Journal.
Bringing life to the TFAS classroom for many years, Georgetown Emeritus Teaching Professor Michael Collins taught at TFAS's program in Prague as well as Ethics and Leadership at TFAS Academic Internship Programs in Washington, D.C. He also previously taught Shakespeare, British theatre, and Anglo-Welsh poetry at Georgetown University and led Georgetown's academic and residential programs in Fiesole, Italy. Mike holds a bachelor's degree from Fordham University and both a master's degree and Ph.D. from New York University. In this week's Liberty and Leadership Podcast, Roger and Mike discuss their trip to Eastern Europe at the launch of TFAS International in the 90s, how Mike incorporates movies into his curriculum, the tension between the individual vs the collective, the poetry of Irishman Seamus Heaney, the works of South African playwright, Athol Fugard, why William Shakespeare is still relevant and why it's critical for students to study history. The Liberty and Leadership Podcast is hosted by TFAS President Roger Ream and produced by kglobal. If you have a comment or question for the show, please drop us an email at podcast@TFAS.org. Support the show
This lecture was given at Regent University on November 9, 2022. For more information, visit thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Dr. Trabbic is associate professor of philosophy at Ave Maria University, where he has taught since 2006. He earned his PhD in philosophy from Fordham University in 2008. His areas of interest include Aquinas, continental philosophy, metaphysics, philosophy of religion, and political philosophy. He has published his work in various academic journals, including Religious Studies, The Heythrop Journal, and New Blackfriars.
Actor PETER FLIHAN is our guest on this episode! We talk with him about his acting career and of course his latest appearances on two New York TV shows: East NY and Blue Bloods!New York City born and bred, Peter Flihan got his first taste of acting as the “M” in “Merry Christmas” in the kindergarten play. But it was behind, and later on, the stage with Fordham University's “Mimes & Mummers” in the Bronx where he got really hooked. It would only take 13 years and 2 prior careers as a foreign exchange broker and then a sales manager for a teddy bear company to finally allow him to become a working commercial actor.With typical perfect timing, he started his pursuit right before the SAG and AFTRA strike in the Spring of 2000. But with the incredible support of his wife and children, a difficult start became a rewarding journey that continues over 20 years later. His scope of work has grown over that time to include healthy aspects of voiceover, film, and television roles.As a dedicated community firefighter since 2003, Peter has attained the rank of Captain in a Ladder Company, and is the current President of that Company. An active freemason, Peter seeks a sense of shared purpose in every family he enjoys being a part, especially the creative one of acting.Here is the link to see Peter's scenes on East New York! Click to watch thishttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5g1ImDgvk8
Flora begins an epic deep dive into the history of the Devil with the first of a 2-part episode! Known the world over as the arch-fiend of all that is good, the Devil enjoys a sinister reputation, but is it truly deserved? Join David on a journey through history as he presents his research on this figure of malevolence. In part 1, David begins with the earliest mentions of Satan, including cultural inspirations. Both the Old and New Testaments of the Christian Bible are referenced as well as Hebrew scriptures and apocrypha not included in the Biblical canon. Ancient mythologies of Sumer, Babylon, and Persian Zoroastrianism are explored for their evil figures. And Jason from the Dragons in Genesis podcast joins to offer perspective throughout. Part 2 will explore evil in other cultures around the world, the many names of Satan and their origins, his looks, and conclusions which can be drawn from the information. It's a comparative mythology smorgasbord on this episode of Blurry Photos! Don't forget to watch me stream games on Twitch! Sources Wray, T.J., and Mobley, Gregory. The Birth of Satan: Tracing the Devil's Biblical Roots. St. Martin's Publishing Group, 2014. Kindle edition. Britannica, T. Editors of Encyclopaedia. The War of the Sons of Light Against the Sons of Darkness. Encyclopedia Britannica, July 20, 1998. Web. https://www.britannica.com/topic/The-War-of-the-Sons-of-Light-Against-the-Sons-of-Darkness Messadie, Gerald. A History of the Devil. Kodansha Globe Publishing. New York, NY. 1996. Russell, Jeffrey Burton. The Devil: Perceptions of Evil from Antiquity to Primitive Christianity. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. 1977. 176-77. Kaplan, Arielle. Meet Judaism's Demons, Spirits, Witches, and Ghosts. Hey Alma website. Oct. 28, 2020. Web. https://www.heyalma.com/meet-judaisms-demons-spirits-witches-ghosts/ Dhalla, Dasturji Dr. Manekji Naserwanji. Temptation of Zarathushtra. Parsi Times. Oct. 16, 2016. Web. https://parsi-times.com/2016/10/temptation-of-zarathushtra/ Staff. Demons and Demonology. Jewish Virtual Library. Web. https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/demons-and-demonology Halsall, Paul. Medieval Sourcebook: Twelfth Ecumenical Council: Lateran IV 1215. Internet Medieval Source Book. Fordham University, Mar. 1996. Web. https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/basis/lateran4.asp DeFoe, Daniel. A Political History of the Devil. London. Printed at The Black Boy in Pater-noster. 1726. Retrieved from the Web. https://www.online-literature.com/defoe/history-of-the-devil/19/ Music Halls of the Undead - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Dark Lord, I Will Play my Music, My Sins will Wake the Dead, Satanic, Somehow Satan got Behind Us - Co.Ag Music Link: https://email@example.com/featured Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 The Abyss, Consecrated Ground by Alexander Nakarada Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/4770-traveler License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
Lisa Bodell is a futurist, best-selling author, and serial entrepreneur who has started three successful businesses in the strategy and innovation space. She is the founder and CEO of FutureThink, an innovation consulting firm that uses radically simple techniques to help companies challenge the status quo and proactively embrace change. Her two award-winning books: Kill The Company, and Why Simple Wins, have been recognized for their immediate ability to ignite change within organizations, providing techniques that eliminate complexity and help teams get to the work that matters. As a global speaker, she brings her compelling message to over 100,000 people a year– showing them how to make space for change and think more creatively about the future. Her work has transformed teams within organizations like Google, Pfizer, the U.S. Navy War College, Lockheed Martin, and more. Bodell has taught innovation and futuring at American University and Fordham University, and is an advisor on boards such as National Security Agency and the Global Advisory Council for the World Economic Forum. Episode 103 of the Better Learning Podcast Kevin Stoller is the host of the Better Learning Podcast and Co-Founder of Kay-Twelve, a national leader for educational furniture. Learn more about creating better learning environments at www.Kay-Twelve.com. Who made this episode possible? Lisa Bodell FUTURETHINK Connect on LinkedIn! Follow on Twitter! Kevin Stoller Connect on LinkedIn! Follow on Twitter! Kay-Twelve Kay-Twelve Website LinkedIn Profile Twitter Profile Better Learning Podcast Better Learning Podcast Website Follow on YouTube! Association for Learning Environments (A4LE) The Association for Learning Environments Website LinkedIn Profile Twitter Profile
Rev. Dr. Peggy Jean “PJ” Craig serves as Senior Pastor at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church of Germantown (CPCG) in Germantown, Tennessee. Before coming to CPCG, Peggy Jean was the Assistant Director for K12 Partnerships at Rutgers University-Camden, New Jersey. She oversaw the university's civic engagement strategic priority, while also leading Rutgers-Ignite, a STEM-based after school program; Rutgers Future Scholars, a pre-college scholarship program for first generation college students, the Hill Center for College Access, and the Camden College Access Network serving over 1,000 youth a year. Before Rutgers, Peggy Jean served as the Executive Director of the Advocate Center for Culture and Education at the historic Church of the Advocate in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Center provided programming deeply rooted in social justice, rigorous study, and community empowerment. Peggy Jean also worked at the international relief and development agency, Catholic Relief Services (CRS) and served as a missionary and youth director in Laos, Alabama, and Atlanta. In Washington, she worked for the General Board of Church and Society of the United Methodist Church in advocacy and awareness raising around the continuing effects of Agent Orange in Vietnam. Peggy Jean received her PhD in Community Development-Public Affairs, and her M.S. in Public Affairs from Rutgers University-Camden, her M.Div. from the Candler School of Theology at Emory University, and her B.A. from Fordham University in communications. Peggy Jean currently serves on the boards of Volunteer Odyssey, Memphis's one-stop shop for meaningful volunteer experiences, Metropolitan Inter-faith Association (MIFA), an organization supporting independence of vulnerable seniors and families, and Room in the Inn, an organization that shelters those experiencing homelessness in a safe environment of hospitality. She is an ordained minister in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Peggy Jean is passionate about justice, diversity, equity, and all thingsfood-related. She lives in Memphis with her twin girls, Joji and Luca, and her husband, Matt McCaffrey.Music is provided by Pierce Murphy, Caldera Blue. Source: https://www.freemusicarchive.org/music/Pierce_Murphy/through-the-olive-branches/caldera-blueComments: http://freemusicarchive.org/Additional comments: modifications made to shorten and loop song for introduction and closing of podcast.Copyright Attribution and License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
On the encore episode of the Psychology Talk Podcast, Dr. Hoye is joined by Dr. Stanley Krippner. Dr. Stanley Krippner, PhD, has held faculty appointments at Akamai University, Fordham University, Kent State University, New York University, Saybrook University, Sofia University, and the California Institute for Integral Studies, where he holds the position of Affiliated Distinguished Faculty. He is a Fellow in five divisions of the American Psychological Association, and the past-president of two divisions (the Society of Psychological Hypnosis and the Society of Humanistic Psychology). Formerly, he was director of the Maimonides Medical Center Dream Research Laboratory, in Brooklyn, New York, and (earlier) the director of the Kent State University Child Center in Kent, Ohio.Dr. Krippner discusses with a new book he has co-authored, "Understanding Suicide's Alure: Steps to Save Lives by Healing Psychological Scars." Topics in this deep dive include: • What makes suicide “Alluring” in your estimation?• Dreams that may indicate the possibility someone being suicidal.• The role of trauma in suicide • The role of attachment in childhood• Cultural and Diversity issues (African Americans, Hispanics, Asians, Native Americans, LGBTQ populations)The Book:https://www.amazon.com/Understanding-Suicides-Allure-Healing-Psychological/dp/1440862540Dr. Krippner's Website:https://stanleykrippner.weebly.comThe Psychology Talk Podcast is a unique conversation about psychology around the globe. Your host Dr. Scott Hoye discuss psychology with mental health practitioners and experts to keep you informed about issues and trends in the industry. They also tackle mental health trends and issues in their home: Chicago.https://psych-talk.comhttps://www.instagram.com/psychtalkpodcast/
Teaching Learning Leading K-12
David Adams: CEO of The Urban Assembly. This is episode 535 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. David Adams, 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 and 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 and is an author of The Educator's Practical Guide to Emotional Intelligence, and a co-author of the textbook, Challenges to Integrating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Programs in Organizations. He is a Civil Affairs Officer in the Army Reserve and holds an M.Ed in Educational Psychology from Fordham University. Urban Assembly is a nonprofit that not only supports its own public schools (23 in NYC), but also hundreds of schools across the country and locally. The Urban Assembly has been at the forefront of innovation in public education for 25 years to solve challenges for teachers and administrators who devote themselves to elevating our students. Listen as we talk about how the nonprofit he runs nurtures and supports leadership in schools in underrepresented/underserved communities, specifically its career themed education programs which includes training for careers as disparate as finance, aquaculture, manufacturing and the law. Real-world exposure that can ease their way into the workplace or into college. Lots to learn... Thanks for listening! Before you go... Could you do me a favor? Please go to my website at https://www.stevenmiletto.com/reviews/ or open the podcast app that you are listening to me on and would you rate and review the podcast? That would be Awesome. Thanks! Hey, I've got another favor...could you share the podcast with one of your friends, colleagues, and family members? Hmmm? What do you think? That would so awesome! Thanks for sharing! Thanks for listening! Connect & Learn More: https://www.urbanassembly.org/ https://www2.ed.gov/datastory/cte/index.html https://www.instagram.com/p/CjEMiK0jumg/ The Urban Assembly Maker Academy, preparing students for technology and product design careers The Urban Assembly School for Collaborative Healthcare The Urban Assembly School for Emergency Management The Urban Assembly School for Global Commerce, preparing students for careers in supply chain management The Urban Assembly Gateway School for Technology The Urban Assembly School for Green Careers · The Urban Assembly New York Harbor School, which includes programs ranging from aquaculture to professional diving. Length - 48:04
The Latinx In Social Work Podcast
If there's a word I can use to describe this episode, it would be "rollercoaster." Listening to Budy's stories will have you laughing, smiling, and grieving - all in one episode!Topics we touch on include:How Latina mothers internalize events that happen in their lives Budy's experience dealing with the guilt of a passing brother Unpacking trauma and the steps you need to take to move forwardMore about Budy:Budy (pronounced Beauty) Jamilly Whitfield is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 18 years of experience as a Senior Leader managing programs and treating, children, adolescents, women, and families in the areas of complex trauma, immigration, sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, abuse, neglect, intimate partner violence, anxiety, depression and a host of other adverse experiences. She possesses an innate ability to build relationships with those who have experienced significant adversity and has been successful in creating environments where people feel safe to share their stories and begin their healing journeys.Budy Jamilly holds a BSW from the College of New Rochelle and an MSW from Fordham University. Budy Jamilly used her expertise in the Social Work field to launch her Podcast Beauteous Me and has expanded her niche into coaching women to break through limiting beliefs and achieve self-confidence. In 2021 Budy Jamilly launched her therapy practice Beauteous Mind LCSW PLLC as a safe space for BIPOC to heal from intergenerational trauma and daily stressors.Budy Jamilly is a wife, mom, and best-selling author of a collaborative book called Latina's Who Boss up and We Heal! As an entrepreneur, Jamilly has learned the importance of collaboration and how to create powerful alliances. She believes that when women unite, we can heal our families, communities, and the world.--- Follow Latinx in Social Work on the web: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/erica-priscilla-sandoval-lcsw-483928ba/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/latinxinsocialwork/Website: https://www.latinxinsocialwork.com/ Get the best selling book Latinx in Social Work Volume 2: Stories that heal, inspire, and connect communities on Amazon today:https://a.co/d/i6pkuYy
Alison Writenour is CEO of Seventh Generation, a homecare products company that became a household name selling eco-friendly cleaning, paper, and personal care items with a focus on sustainability and the conservation of natural resources in both product development and marketing practices. In this episode, she shares how an industry leader reimagines its role to unlock new innovations, products, and growth, and how a purpose-led company of any size can accelerate and scale impact in ways that inspire everyone to build its business. Lead With We is Produced by Goal 17 Media - https://goal17media.com Alison Whritenour Alison Whritenour has spent nearly a decade at Seventh Generation, contributing to transforming the world into a healthy, sustainable and equitable world for future generations. Using business as a force for good drives Alison in all she has done with Seventh Generation across various roles in everything from brand activation to product innovation. Most recently, Alison was the head of channel and customer development at Seventh Generation, where in 2020, she delivered more than 40% growth, while navigating COVID-19's business and consumer impact. Prior to her work with Seventh Generation, Alison worked in brand management at Colgate-Palmolive. Alison holds an MBA from Fordham University and a BA from Loyola University. She lives in Vermont with her husband and three children. Resources Learn more about Seventh Generation at https://www.seventhgeneration.com/ Connect with Alison on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alison-whritenour-0803b424 Visit leadwithwe.com to learn more about Simon's new book or search for "Lead With We" on Amazon, Google Books, or Barnes & Noble.
Join Fr. Gregory Pine, O.P. of Aquinas 101, Godsplaining, and Pints with Aquinas for an off-campus conversation with Dr. Russell Hittinger about his latest Thomistic Institute/IHE lecture, "How to Inherit a Kingdom: Reflections on the Situation of Catholic Political Thought." How to Inherit a Kingdom w/ Dr. Russell Hittinger (Off-Campus Conversations) You can listen to the original lecture here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rm8FGGq7838 Subscribe to our channel here: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheThomisticInstitute?sub_confirmation=1 For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the Speaker: Dr. Russell Hittinger is a leading scholar of Catholic political and social thought. From 1996-2019, Dr. Hittinger was the incumbent of the William K. Warren Chair of Catholic Studies at the University of Tulsa, where he was also a Research Professor in the School of Law. He has taught at the University of Chicago, Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology, Fordham University, Princeton University, New York University, Providence College, and Charles University in Prague. In January 2020, Dr. Hittinger gave the Aquinas Lecture at Blackfriars, Oxford. Since 2001, he is a member of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas, to which he was elected a full member (ordinarius) in 2004, and appointed to the consilium or governing board from 2006-2018. On 8 September 2009, Pope Benedict XVI appointed Dr. Hittinger as an ordinarius in the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, in which he finished his ten-year term in 2019. He is currently a Fellow at the Institute for Human Ecology at The Catholic University of America, where he also serves as the inaugural co-Director of the Program in Catholic Political Thought.
Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast
In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Errol Pierre about his book, The Way Up: Climbing the Corporate Mountain as a Professional of Color. Errol Pierre (https://www.linkedin.com/in/errollpierre/) is the Senior Vice President of State Programs at Healthfirst Inc., the largest nonprofit health plan in New York. He manages their Medicaid and Long-Term Care business unit representing over $8 billion dollars in annual revenue and close to 500 people and operations at more than 24 community offices across New York City, Long Island, and the Hudson Valley region. Pierre was previously COO at Empire BlueCross BlueShield. He is an in-demand speaker on leadership, diversity, and healthcare and has addressed hundreds of audiences including the National Urban League for Young Professionals, 100 Black Men, and Fordham University. Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon and leaving a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Check out Shopify at www.shopify.com/hci. Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 592296) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Each HCI Podcast episode (Program ID: 24-DP529) has been approved for 5.00 HR (General) SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCPHR recertification through SHRM, as part of the knowledge and competency programs related to the SHRM Body of Applied Skills and Knowledge™ (the SHRM BASK™). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This lecture was given on November 10, 2022 at Fordham University. The handout for this lecture can be found here: https://tinyurl.com/mwpshtnw. For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Fr. Dominic Langevin is vice president and dean of the Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception at the Dominican House of Studies, where he also serves as an assistant professor of systematic theology, specializing in sacramental theology. He did his undergraduate studies at Yale University and his doctoral studies at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland. He was formerly assigned as a parochial vicar at St. Thomas Aquinas University Parish in Charlottesville, Virginia, serving the University of Virginia.
Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI was laid to rest just before noon (Rome time) on Thursday, Jan. 5, 2023, in the grottoes underneath St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, where the mortal remains of many pontiffs reside. About 50,000 people came to the Vatican to pay their final respects to Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI—who served the Catholic Church for nearly eight years before his historic retirement in February 2013—the first time in 600 years that a pope had resigned from office. From the time of his resignation until his death, Benedict had led a life of relative quiet and contemplation at a monastery inside the Vatican. This week on “Inside the Vatican,” Ricardo da Silva, S.J., an associate editor at America Media, speaks with Gerard O'Connell, our regular co-host on the show, and David Gibson, the director of the Center on Religion and Culture at Fordham University in New York and the author of The Rule of Benedict: Pope Benedict XVI and His Battle with the Modern World. In the first part of the show, Ricardo talks with Gerry and David about what made this first-ever funeral of a pope emeritus different from that of a pope who dies while still in office. They also address the criticism that Pope Francis' homily did not sufficiently eulogize and recognize the legacy of the former pope. In the second half of the show, Ricardo, Gerry and David discuss the legacy of Pope Benedict's nearly eight years as pope and his 24 years as head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. Read more on the life and legacy of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI at americamagazine.org. Links from the show: A video version of this podcast on America's YouTube channel Pope Francis presides over historic funeral for Benedict XVI What you need to know about the historic funeral of Pope Benedict XVI Eulogy vs. homily: When should you talk about the deceased in a Catholic funeral? Pope Benedict XVI, defender of orthodoxy defined by historic resignation, dies at 95 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this Interview episode of our Individuality module, Tim Caron interviews Joe Gilfedder, Athletic Director for Sports Performance at Fordham University. The coaches ask: how many days a week do I have and what can I do? Tune in for practical guidance! Buy Strength Deficit today at phpodcast.com and become a pH Member at phpodcast.com to gain access to our full Curriculum.
As Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI is laid to rest in Rome, there are questions about whether retirement could become the norm for aging pontiffs, and what that might mean for Vatican politics and the Catholic Church's global influence and unity. Matt Galloway talks to John Allen, editor of Crux; and David Gibson, director of the Center on Religion and Culture at Fordham University.