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Johnny Stanton talks about his hobby along with Myles Garrett and Wyatt Teller playing dungeons and dragons, their upcoming event to benefit Red Nose Day USA, the impression that Deshaun Watson has made in the building, the change he brings to the offense and his role this upcoming season. Johnny also commented on his tweet from Monday in which he revealed that his primary care physician, Dr. John Cheng, was killed in the shooting in Laguna Woods on Sunday.
Like everything else, honors classes in Salem-Keizer school district were upended during the pandemic. But when students came back into the building, the district took advantage of the opportunity to re-work the way it offers honors classes. Now, instead of separate classes, honors students sit alongside their peers doing “embedded honors.” Eddy Binford-Ross wrote about this for the Salem Statesman Journal, and joins us to explain.
Rabbi Joshua Maroof received his rabbinic ordination from Yeshiva Bnei Torah in Far Rockaway, NY, his BA with Honors in Psychology from SUNY Stony Brook, and his Masters in Educational Psychology from the CUNY Graduate Center. He has been a member of the rabbinic staff of the United Mashadi Jewish Community (UMJCA) for the past six years, helping meet the needs of its approximately 6500 congregants on a daily basis. In this capacity Rabbi Maroof currently serves as the spiritual leader of one of UMJCA's three vibrant synagogues (Young Mashadi Jewish Center – Ohr Esther Congregation) and as the rabbinic head of its popular and dynamic Sephardic Bet Midrash. Rabbi Maroof is also the founder and dean of Yeshivat Deah VeHaskel, an innovative online educational platform that electronically distributes written and audio Torah classes to thousands of committed subscribers ever day. For over twenty years, Rabbi Maroof has enjoyed a reputation as a widely sought-after pulpit rabbi, author, lecturer, educator and public speaker, and has had the privilege of teaching and learning from students of all ages, religious affiliations and backgrounds. He currently resides in Great Neck, NY, with his wife Elana and his six children, Netanel, Zehara, Yedidya, Zerachya, Tiferet and Amira.We are an online and global Bet Midrash with international students, striving to know God by embracing the world through the lens of Torah. Web: www.TheHabura.com WhatsApp: https://chat.whatsapp.com/LAurH2Lw3y92gF31PhzN42Instagram: @TheHabura Facebook: The Habura A project of the Senior Rabbi's Office (www.seniorrabbi.com), S&P Sephardi Community of the UK, Montefiore Endowment, and Dangoor Education.#torah #talmud #yeshiva #betmidrash #sephardi #sepharadi #sephardic #sefardi #sefardic #rambam #tanakh #tanach See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We take for granted the kinds of interactions and connections we make in the course of our daily professional barista lives. An incredible variety of people with unique and interesting stories and perspectives pass through our doors daily. Coupled with the story of coffee itself, this business is a rich and fascinating one. Those are the motivations that led today's guest, Celeste Wong into the coffee industry and inspired her to start The Girl in the Cafe. Originally from New Zealand, Celeste is has held top positions in leading artisan cafes all over the world for over a decade. Since migrating to the UK, she has been listed as one of London's top five Baristas in The Financial Times and noted for her excellence in a plethora of other publications. With an Honors degree in Commerce & Design she is also an actress, with notable success in her roles in front of the camera, including her last feature-film becoming the highest grossing independent film of the year in New Zealand that won multiple awards internationally. Celeste produces and curates social media content for her own platform and other brands. She writes and consults on a range of services for cafes and lifestyle brands. In this conversation we get to experience the arch of Celeste's career from coffee as a job, then coffee as a career, -to the epiphany that led to her starting and growing The Girl in the Cafe. There are some wonderful insights here and I hope you enjoy! We cover: Beginning her coffee career in cafes Learning from serious professionals Love hate relationship with coffee Developing The Girl in the cafe platform Goals and personal lessons Reflecting coffee to consumers with empathy Finding your voice Memorable insights gleaned form the show Desire for the industry Links: www.thegirlinthecafe.co.uk Instagram: @The_girl_in_the_cafe Related episodes: 206 : The Emotional and Social Impact of the Cafe Space w/ Noa Berger 242 : A Conversation with James Hoffmann 024 : Chermelle D. Edwards, The Coffeetographer : Documenting Art and Culture Through the Lens of Specialty Coffee : Barista Culture, Consumer Experience, Movements in coffee culture 257 : A Conversation w/ Morgan Eckroth of MorganDrinksCoffee! Visit our amazing Sponsors! www.groundcontrol.coffee www.pacficfoodservice.com www.coffeefest.com
On today's Coffee with Rich, we will be joined by Dr. Sherman House of Civilian Defender. Dr. Sherman A. House is currently in his third decade as a healthcare provider, and is a Hospital Dentist and Assistant Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Meharry Medical College in Nashville TN. He is also a Reserve Peace Officer in a busy Middle Tennessee Department. Prior to his career in dentistry, Dr. House was a Fireman and Emergency Medical Technician in Washington State. Concurrently, he was a Shotgun Messenger for several West Coast Armored Truck companies. He participated in security operations at the 1999 WTO Riots in Seattle WA. He holds undergraduate degrees in Law Enforcement, Cell Biology and Philosophy from Gonzaga University. He completed his Doctorate of Dental Surgery at the Meharry Medical College with Honors in Nashville TN. He earned a Hospital Dentistry Certificate as the Chief Resident from the Metro General Hospital also in Nashville. Dr. House is the originator of the CIVILIAN DEFENDER training concept. He has personally saved lives using CPR, Rescue Breathing, AED, TCCC, ACLS, PHTLS and Heimlich Manuever techniques. He has studied extensively in the defensive arts, both armed and unarmed, as well as self-defense law, emergency medicine, criminal psychology, tactical driving and other survival skills, and has certificates from Tom and Lynn Givens (Dr. House is a Rangemaster-Certified Pistol AND Shotgun Instructor), Paul Gomez (Fighting Shotgun), James Yeager (Inaugural Tactical Response Instructor Class Graduate), Gabe White (Light Pin Winner), John Farnam (DTI Instructor), Greg Sullivan (AR Armorer), Rob Edwards (Fighting Pistol), John Chapman (Fighting Rifle), Aaron Little (Fighting Rifle), Dr. William Aprill, Massad Ayoob (MAG20), Larry Vickers (AK Operator), Lee Weems (Pistol and Shotgun), Dave Spaulding (Combative Pistol), Andrew Branca (LOSD TN/KY). Civilian Defender: https://civiliandefender.com/about/ SWAG: https://shop.americanwarriorsociety.com/ American Warrior Society please visit: https://americanwarriorsociety.com/
On this weeks episode of Ask Dr Jessica, we are joined by a fellow pediatrician, Dr Inessa Grinberg. In this conversation, we talk all about picky eaters. What can be done about picky eaters? What strategies can parents use to help children eat a healthy diet? In this discussion, we focus on how to help parents can make the eating experience with children less stressful, and more enjoyable. Dr. Grinberg is originally from the former Soviet Union. She moved to Los Angeles in her early teenage years and completed her undergraduate education in Molecular and Developmental Biology at the University of California. She then embarked on a combined MD/PhD program at the University of Chicago, receiving Honors in her medical studies and a PhD in Human Genetics. Dr. Grinberg went on to complete her residency training in Pediatrics at UCLA.Dr. Grinberg currently works at Beverly Hills Pediatrics (www.beverlyhillspediatrics.com). Dr. Grinberg has been listed in Super Doctors 2016-present and was selected for the Top Doctors Award by the Los Angeles Magazine in 2019 . She is also a devoted wife and mother to three incredible children.Dr Jessica Hochman is a board certified pediatrician, mom to three children, and she is very passionate about the health and well being of children. Most of her educational videos are targeted towards general pediatric topics and presented in an easy to understand manner. Do you have a future topic you'd like Dr Jessica Hochman to discuss? Email your suggestion to: email@example.com. Dr Jessica Hochman is also on social media:Follow her on Instagram: @AskDrJessicaSubscribe to her YouTube channel! Ask Dr JessicaSubscribe to this podcast: Ask Dr JessicaSubscribe to her mailing list: www.askdrjessicamd.comThe information presented in Ask Dr Jessica is for general educational purposes only. She does not diagnose medical conditions or formulate treatment plans for specific individuals. If you have a concern about your child's health, be sure to call your child's health care provider.
River of Life is an inter-denominational, interracial, Spirit-filled church located in the heart of Wakulla County, Florida. We share the sermons from our services in the hopes they'll reach others determined to worship God in spirit and truth.
What's Trending: Seattle man was forced into his house at gunpoint by 3 armed intruders, they robbed his house as he was forced to sit and watch, Seahawks will play the Broncos in week 1 on Monday Night Football, Alaska Airlines CEO posts a video addressing the concerns of canceled flights and their pilot shortage, Terence Crawford's daughter wins a track and field race after losing her shoe out of the blocks, // Netflix sends out a culture memo and aim for the woke workers to quit if they are offended by the memo, they relate themselves to a sports team aimed for success, // Parents in Rhode Island are upset with the removal of AP or Honors classes in order to achieve “equity obsession” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tension grow in Broward County over staffing shortages at the 911 call center. Plus, Viter and Maria Juste built the foundation of what Little Haiti is today. We hear from their son about their family's legacy. And it's Wildlife Thursday — we're talking about small creatures that have a mighty impact.
Michael launched his career as Executive Assistant to British director David Yates while he helmed films from the Harry Potter Franchise and The Legend of Tarzan. Additional on-set experience includes Focus Features' The Darkest Hour. Before relocating to the U.S., Michael was a Creative Executive at London-based independent production company Unlimited Pictures where he oversaw development, film financing opportunities and the annual Cannes Film Festival engagements. An Honors graduate of the University of the Arts, London, Michael holds a Bachelor's degree in Theatre & Dance History. His other interests include international travel and all things ancient Egypt, including the study of Egyptian hieroglyphs. Follow @michael_Berendt or to keep up with the incredible work GTDI is doing @UniversalGTDI Check out That Pop Culture Show here on this channel with new episodes debuting on Fridays. That Pop Culture Show is around table talk show with celebrity guests, collectors and experts talking about and celebrating pop culture. Join hosts Kody Frederick and Jason DeBord with guests from the world of pop culture, including film, television, rock 'n' roll, sports, contemporary and street art, comic books, geek culture and more. Each episode features a profile of the guest, a discussion of current pop culture topics, and a close look at an artifact of collectable the guest has brought in to share. This includes in-depth looks at prized pieces of memorabilia, works related to their careers, or any other interesting artifact that has meaning to them in their lives. Please like and subscribe to support our efforts to celebrate pop culture.Also Watch this via our YouTube Channel @
Ted McToldridge, former director of the Santa Barbara Zoo, passed away in March this year. To honor his legacy, the Santa Barbara Zoo held an event commemorating his life. KCSB's Jennifer Yoshikoshi tells us more about the event.
We usually start a long-term project with a specific goal or set of expectations in mind. Rarely does the project turn out the way we thought it would. More often than not, it's better than we had imagined. But before we can get to that point of admitting that the change might have actually led to an improvement in the original plan, we have to struggle, to question our assumptions or to ask for more help or more money. We recognize we can't continue working in the same fashion as before, and often we are forced to adjust to outside forces, like a worldwide pandemic. In this episode of The Art Biz, I'm joined again by Eve Jacobs-Carnahan. She was a podcast guest over a year ago and has come back to offer an update on her project, Knit Democracy Together, which was developed to discuss the U.S. electoral system within the context of knitting circles. Today Eve is sharing a look at how such a long-term project evolves. She outlines the 5 indicators she is using to measure effectiveness, and even if you don't have an art project focused on making a social impact, these indicators will be useful for appraising the successful reach of your exhibition, event, program, or teaching. Highlights “It all took on a new significance.” Eve's project changed after the 2020 election. (4:27) The reasons behind improvements in the knitting circle. (8:11) The mindset shift that created positive changes to the project format. (10:02) Eve's preparation helped secure her fellowship. (11:41) Collaboration changes and letting go of tight control over the project. (13:28) The topics that the project covers now are not the same as the initial intended ones. (19:25) 5 indicators to measure effectiveness in any project. (24:44) Applying these tools to measure other areas of success. (31:40) A look at what's coming next for Eve. (36:40) The evolution of Eve's expanded exhibition. (39:11) Mentioned The Art Biz ep. 64: Knit Democracy Together (first interview with Eve) Priya Parker's The Art of Gathering book National Arts Strategies Creative Community Fellows New England Foundation for the Arts Public Art Grants LBJ speech introducing Voting Rights Act in 1965 Eve Jacobs-Carnahan Knit Democracy Together The Art Biz Connection Join Optimize Your Online Marketing starting May 26, 2022 Resources Show notes, images, and listener comments How to Price Your Art free report Art Biz Connection artist membership Quotes “I have definitely let go of some control, and that's been good.” — Eve Jacobs-Carnahan “I realized that I wasn't going to be as effective by myself.” — Eve Jacobs-Carnahan “I'm talking about what people can do to help strengthen the system so we don't have chaos, all while knitting.” — Eve Jacobs-Carnahan “Change can happen step by step, stitch by stitch and with many people working together.” — Eve Jacobs-Carnahan “Artists who want to do social impact work definitely can be using these tools.” — Eve Jacobs-Carnahan “Think about the people you know, think about your relationships with them, and be willing to ask for help.” — Eve Jacobs-Carnahan Guest Bio Eve Jacobs-Carnahan makes mixed media knitted sculpture exploring democracy. She uses the comforting quality of yarn and the charming attraction of birds to tell allegorical stories. Eve's work appears in Astounding Knits! 101 Spectacular Knitted Creations and Daring Feats by Lela Nargi and garnered First Place in National Fiber Directions 2015 at the Wichita Center for the Arts. She was named a Creative Community Fellow: New England by National Arts Strategies in 2021. Eve knit away stress while earning a B.A. in History with Honors from Swarthmore College and a J.D. from the University of Chicago. She lives in Vermont. First posted: https://artbizsuccess.com/effective-projects-carnahan-podcast
How California may reduce hidden court fees. California's Strategic Plan for Expanding the use of Beneficial Fire. Sacramento children's book "MIGUEL'S COMMUNITY GARDEN." Performance of “Verdi's Requiem” honors Sacramento restaurateur Biba Caggiano. Today's Guests CalMatters Reporter Jeanne Kuang shares her reporting on how California may reduce so-called “hidden” court fees that add hundreds of dollars to traffic tickets. Patrick Wright, director of the Governor's Wildfire and Forest Resilience Task Force; Craig Thomas, founder of The Fire Restoration Group; and attorney and partner Sara Clark at Shute, Mihaly & Weinberger, discuss California's Strategic Plan for Expanding the Use of Beneficial Fire. Sacramento author JaNay Brown-Wood is hosting a reading & garden tour at Sojourner Truth Park Community Garden on Saturday at 10 a.m. to celebrate the launch of her children's book MIGUEL'S COMMUNITY GARDEN. Dr. Donald Kendrick, Music Director of the Sacramento Choral Society and Orchestra, joins us to talk about the upcoming performance of Verdi's Requiem and the special tribute to the legendary Sacramento restaurateur Biba Caggiano.
Ms. Callahan practices in the areas of wills, estate planning, and probate.Erin is a native Texan. In 2007 Ms. Callahan was awarded her Bachelors in Science Degree in International Studies from Washington University in St. Louis. In 2011, she received her law degree from SMU Dedman School of Law. At SMU she received numerous accolades, served as the Student Bar President and the Women in Law President. Since graduation, she has primarily worked for insurance companies involving complex matters related to Nonprofits, Sports and Entertainment, and Oil and Gas. Not only is Erin an excellent attorney, but she is also a businesswoman who understands the complexities of running a company. She has held several Board of Director positions including Atlantic Housing Foundation, Dallas Women Lawyers Association, and currently, she serves as the Ms. JD Board Chair.Organizations & MembershipsErin is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Houston Young Lawyers Association, Houston Association of Women Attorneys, National Association of Women Lawyers, and Ms. JD.In addition, Erin contributed to the ABA Best Practices for Combating Sex-Based Harassment in the Legal Profession. You can purchase a copy at the American Bar Association's E-Store.Honors & AchievementsMs. JD, ChairHouston Young Lawyers Association 2017-2018 Leadership Academy, GraduateSMU Dedman School of Law Student Bar Association, PresidentDAYL Foundation Scholarship for Dedication to Community Service and Outreach, RecipientLanguagesEnglish, Spanish (conversational), French (conversational).
EP #S2E8 -This week on the podcast, I'm joined by Alexis Caldicott, (“Called – a – Cot”) is an International Speaker, Event Consultant, and Marketing Strategist as we discuss Mastering Event Production, plus How To Get In With Planners. For over a decade she has traveled across the US, Mexico and Canada teaching business owners how to strategically use events to get clients. Whether hosting their own event OR by going to someone else's event as a sponsor, speaker or attendee and generating 5 or even 6 figures in sales AT the event. Mentored over the years by experts like Callan Rush, Lisa Sasevich, Sandra Yancey, David Neagle, and Suzanne Evans, Alexis now combines her background in psychology, sales copywriting, and education-based marketing, helping her clients gross millions of dollars from hosting or attending live events. Often called the “Queen of Event Marketing” her clients have generated multiple 6-figures in sales from single events with less than 50 people attending! She believes with the right psychology and marketing, events can be an unforgettable experience that provide lasting transformation and a greater ripple effect and impact on the world. Alexis graduated on the Dean's List with Honors in psychology, and is also a classically trained opera singer, and a certified drum circle facilitator. She lives in Upstate New York with her amazing husband Aaron and beautiful baby boy River. Learn More About Alexis Caldicott: Get a copy of Alexis Caldicott's Ultimate Cheeks in Chairs Guide Follow Alexis Caldicott on Social media on Facebook and LinkedIn Whether you are new to the “Speaking of Getting Booked” podcast or a recurring fan, please help out by subscribing to the show on Apple, Spotify, or Google, and by please leave us that 5-Star love and a quick review over at Apple Podcasts! Your support and your reviews mean a lot to me, and really help the show to reach more people. Plus, it provides me with valuable feedback, so that I can continue to bring value to you each and every week. I love hearing from fans and listeners. Please share your feedback, guest suggestions, or ideas for show topics with me on social media. Connect with Matt Brauning On Social Media: Follow Matt Brauning on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube Check out more on this podcast, PLUS subscribe to my other podcast “The Driven Entrepreneur” This one's all about interviewing great innovators, trailblazers, and entrepreneurs. You'll hear their origin story, plus plenty of life and business lessons along the way! Check it out at: mattbrauningpodcast.com Get a signed copy of my #1 Best-selling book, "The Firebox Principle" PLUS take the Firebox quiz FREE at: fireboxbook.com Have a question for the show? Head to mattbrauningpodcast.com to submit your question and I may just answer your question on the air and feature your business!
Opera Roanoke is closing out its season with a show that's not technically an opera. It's a requiem - a Catholic Mass for the dead. More specifically, it's Guiseppe Verdi's Requiem. Opera Roanoke Conductor Maestro Steven White says they're using the nearly 150-year-old music to honor those lost to COVID and war. In this episode of Hometown Stories, White shares a modern take on an ancient text.
Hey, Friend! Homeschooling is not just something we do, it's how we live. And we should honor that all the way through graduating our child from their formal education years. What does a homeschool graduation ceremony look like? Well, I have 10 simple tips to creating an amazing celebration that honors your graduate, your family, and the years you have been pouring into raising and educating them. Grab your notebook and a pen and get these tips written down whether you have a graduate this year or in 10 years. ♥ Leigh Get your homeschool off on the right path from the beginning...or maybe you've had a rough start and need to stop and reorient yourself. ENROLL IN CLARIFY YOUR HOMESCHOOL TODAY --> www.clarifyyourhomeschool.com Connect -＞ firstname.lastname@example.org Community -＞https://www.facebook.com/groups/homeschoollifestylecommunity Follow -＞https://www.instagram.com/littlebylittlehomeschool/
Steve Dale is joined by Elizabeth French, mother of late CPD officer Ella French, as she shares stories about her daughter and her love for animals. Steve Dale introduced Elizabeth to Tracy Elliot, President of the Anti Cruelty Society, and as a result Tracy shares that the 28th Annual BARK Walk and Dog Party will […]
If Roe v. Wade is overturned, it will be a victory for the unborn, for Christians and America says Pastor Robert Jeffress. Roe v. Wade is not a ban; the reversal is a decision to send abortion back to individual states to legislate and regulate. President Trump kept his promise and appointed 3 pro-life Justices. GUEST: PASTOR ROBERT JEFFRESS, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF DALLAS
Psychologist, attorney, and Different Brains board member Dr. Lori Butts shares what makes something a “disorder”. (VIDEO - 22 mins) Dr. Lori J. Butts is the CEO and President of the Clinical & Forensic Institute (CFI) with offices in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, Florida. After graduating from Clemson University with Honors, Dr. Butts received her law and doctoral psychology degrees from the innovative jointly sponsored program by Villanova School of Law and MCP Hahnemann University Department of Clinical Psychology. Dr. Butts completed her internship in clinical and forensic psychology at New York University School of Medicine, Bellevue Hospital, and Kirby Forensic Psychiatric Hospital, She fulfilled her residency requirements at CFI where she was trained by Dr. John A. Spencer. Dr. Butts is licensed to practice psychology in Colorado and Florida and is a member of the Florida Bar. Dr. Butts is the Past President of the Florida Psychological Association (FPA). She has previously served as the President of the Forensic Division of FPA and the Co-Chair of Legislative Affairs and Public Policy Board. Dr. Butts has also served on the Committee on Legal Issues (COLI) for the American Psychological Association. She has received the “What A Woman Award” and has been recognized as a Distinguished Psychologist for her dedication and service to the profession of psychology by the Florida Psychological Association. In 2016, she was recognized as the “Mental Health Professional of the Year” by the Broward County Crime Commission. To find out more about Dr. Butts' work, visit https://cfiexperts.com/ Follow Different Brains on social media: https://twitter.com/diffbrains https://www.facebook.com/different.brains/ https://www.instagram.com/diffbrains/ Check out more episodes of Exploring Different Brains! http://differentbrains.org/category/edb/
Hour 1 - Happy Friday! Nick Reed is live at Scramblers Diner for the Friday Road Show. Here's what he covers: Pro-abortion activists are targeting Catholic churches for protests on Mother's Day. There is a new credit card that is “built by conservatives for conservatives.” The new company is called Coign. Vice is sharing a story about a group that makes DIY medicine, including abortion pills. ALSO - Ryan with A-1 Custom Car Care gives us the car care tip of the week: What happens if you drive through flood water? Ryan explains the damage that you can do to your vehicle. Remember, turn around don't drown. Chris Stark with Honor Flight of the Ozarks stops by: We're just several days away from the first Honor Flight of the year! If you have time, stop by the airport and help welcome home our Veterans when they come home from the Honor Flight. Serenity with Serenity Honors also joins us: Serenity Honors is teaming up with KSGF for our Can't Wait For Summer event! Serenity talks about how she got started with honoring Veterans, and how much money she has raised over the last several years. Serenity is also an artist and will be donating paintings for our raffle. You can see the paintings below.
CAP director Tonya Love is this year's Partnership Award winner from the Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia. Today's labor quote: Mother Jones. Today's labor history: Spontaneous revolt by VA tobacco stemmers. @wpfwdc #1u #unions #LaborRadioPod @AFLCIO @LegalAidDC Proud founding member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network.
The Big Ten announced conference awards on Thursday afternoon, following the conclusion of the Big Ten Tournament. Nebraska's Kristina Novak received recognition from the conference, as she was named First-Team All-Big Ten and was the recipient of the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award.
On this special episode, host Rico Gagliano talks to Cannes-winning filmmaker Mahamat-Saleh Haroun about his latest film LINGUI, THE SACRED BONDS — the story of a mother trying to secure an abortion for her daughter...in Chad, a country where abortion is illegal. Haroun opens up about the movie's real-life inspirations, the collective power of women, and about his homeland's last remaining movie theater — the palace where he learned to tell stories.LINGUI, THE SACRED BONDS is now streaming exclusively on MUBI in the UK, US, and many other countries.Subscribe on your preferred podcast app to stay tuned for more special episodes and the upcoming second season of the show.MUBI is a global streaming service, production company and film distributor. A place to discover and watch beautiful, interesting, incredible films. A new hand-picked film arrives on MUBI, every single day. From iconic directors, to emerging auteurs. All carefully chosen by MUBI's curators.
Megan Leatherman is the founder and director of A Wild New Work, an ecological career development agency based in the Pacific Northwest. As a career coach, mother, writer, podcast host, and amateur ecologist, Megan has helped thousands of professionals reconnect to their strengths and to what deeply matters to them. She has a Master's degree in conflict resolution, and a background in Human Resources, and believes that our work can be a spiritual practice. Megan grew up in Oregon, the oldest of 5 siblings. She recalls being observant of the dynamics all around her in her large family and taking in the environment of the large property her family lived on in the country. She loved wandering in the woods and taking in the natural environment. Today she blends the theme of the seasons with her coaching model to guide clients through the process of change and growth. In this week's Work From The Inside Out podcast, learn more about Megan's journey: Megan worked in HR and found herself bone-tired all the time working in an open office environment. She came to realize that she is a highly sensitive person which means she processes stimuli very deeply and it was taking a toll on her nervous system. She practices meditation and journaling consistently in order to remain grounded and focused in her work and relationships that lead to productive engagements. Learn more and connect with Megan here: https://www.facebook.com/awildnewwork https://www.linkedin.com/in/meganleatherman/ https://awildnewwork.com/ (https://awildnewwork.com/groundedandgifted)
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Tou SaiK is known for addressing youth. He mixes the wisdom of his late grandmother with hip hop, and is releasing a CD that adds to the videos he has already released. In just a second, we will hear an excerpt of Tou's grandmother's poetry, then Tou's conversation with Phil Nusbaum.
"Lies My Mother Told Me: Tall Tales from a Short Woman" is Melissa Rivers' new book and she tells the Morning Show with Nikki Medoro that her mother may have struggled in today's comedy world as standards have changed. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, FIA honors the careers of four distinguished individuals from the cleared derivatives industry who were recently inducted into its Hall of Fame – Ken Raisler, a longtime Sullivan & Cromwell partner and derivatives law expert; Steve Sparke, an industry veteran who served at UBS and Marex; Steve Staszak, former director of clearing operations at CME; and Hiromi Yamaji, who helped to develop the derivatives operations at the Japan Exchange Group. (Hosted by FIA President and CEO Walt Lukken)
Nate Hagens is the Director of The Institute for the Study of Energy & Our Future (ISEOF), which focuses on educating and preparing society for the coming cultural transition. Allied with leading ecologists, energy experts, politicians, and systems thinkers, ISEOF assembles road-maps and off-ramps for how human societies can adapt to lower throughput lifestyles. Nate holds a Master's Degree in Finance from the University of Chicago and a Ph.D. in Natural Resources from the University of Vermont. He teaches an Honors course, Reality 101, at the University of Minnesota.He addresses the question of “What Could Possibly Go Right?” with thoughts including:Learning how to thrive, think positively, and sharpen your “sword” to be more effective in the things that you care aboutThe importance of coping mechanisms to deal with the frenetic stimulation, stress and worry of our current timesThat we can be examples of people living differently, away from conspicuous consumption and towards a higher standard of ethics, empathy and kindness. “Those people in turn then act as a stabilizing force for the entire community when things get tough.”Complete show notes HEREConnect with Nate HagensWebsite: https://www.thegreatsimplification.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/NJHagens Follow WCPGR/ResilienceFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/buildresilienceTwitter: https://twitter.com/buildresilienceInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/buildresilienceSupport the show (https://www.resilience.org/what-could-possibly-go-right-podcast-vicki-robin/supportthepodcast/)
My guest this week is Jessica Jackley, an entrepreneur, investor, and speaker. Her work over the last decade has focused on financial inclusion, the sharing economy, and social justice. Currently, she is the founder of Alltruists, offering at-home, kid-friendly volunteer projects for families, and a cofounder and General Partner at Untapped Capital. She is best known as a cofounder of Kiva, the world's first crowdfunding site for microenterprises. Most recently, Jessica served as Chief Impact Officer at Aspiration, GP at SparkLabs Global Ventures, and an investor, advisor, and former Venture Partner with the Collaborative Fund. Additionally, Jessica teaches Social Entrepreneurship at the Marshall School of Business at USC, and was previously a Visiting Practitioner at Stanford's Center for Philanthropy and Civil Society. 2:56 – Jessica 101 Jessica is a mom of four and has had a number of entrepreneurial adventures in her life. 6:12 – Being a giver She felt called to be helpful in the world and wanted to wake up every day and be a giver. Her goal has been to learn how to move people and resources to the most good. 13:49 – Who do you want to serve? Aspiring entrepreneurs should ask themselves: Who do you want to serve? What do you want to offer them? How will you fund that? You need to know what you want to prioritize in your business and how profitable you can be and want to be. 18:39 – Inspiration for Kiva She learned about microfinance and the power of listening very carefully to the people you want to serve. Observe and listen, and you can suggest how things might change. 25:55 – Alltruists Jessica wanted to use the ease of a subscription box and mash it up with a cool volunteer experience. How do you talk to your kids about homeless people, war and scary stuff? Alltruists can help parents give kids truthful but not terrifying answers. 37:09 – Volunteer economy Every year in the U.S., 90% of the people say they want to volunteer, but only about a quarter of people get around to doing so. People want to participate in something bigger than themselves. 39:44 – Get to know you Guilty pleasure? She doesn't do guilt, but her indulgence is reading her husband's book early. Most listened to music? The Beatles FEATURED QUOTES Absolutely, you can make a really positive impact and have a sustainable/profitable organization. I felt really called to try to be helpful in the world. I felt pretty clear on the reality that my job was to wake up every day, be grateful for my life and go try to be a giver. https://alltruists.com/ ABOUT JESSICA JACKLEY: Jessica Jackley is an entrepreneur, investor, professor, and speaker who has spent her career focused on social justice. In an effort to find meaningful ways to inspire her own childrens' curiosity, empathy, and passion for social and environmental impact, she most recently founded Alltruists, at-home, kid-friendly volunteer projects for families. She is best known as a co-founder of Kiva, the world's first crowdfunding site for microenterprises that has facilitated over $1.5B in loans worldwide. Jessica recently served as Walt Disney Imagineering's first Entrepreneur in Residence and serves on several nonprofit boards including Habitat for Humanity, advises numerous start-ups, and is an advisory board member of Investcorp Strategic Capital Group. Additionally, Jessica teaches Social Entrepreneurship at the Marshall School of Business at USC, and was previously a Visiting Practitioner at Stanford's Center for Philanthropy and Civil Society. Jessica's work has been widely recognized. Honors include The Economist's No Boundaries Innovation Award, Fast Company's Most Influential Women in Tech, Silicon Valley Forum's Visionary Award, the Pasteur Institute's Common Congress Award, finalist for the TIME 100 Most Influential People list, and more. She holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, a certificate in Global Leadership and Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School, a BA in Philosophy and Political Science from Bucknell University, and honorary PhDs from Centenary College and Quinnipiac University. She is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader. 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