“Guilt has no place when it comes to eating." - Evelyn Tribole In this episode, I talk about: Creating a framework that supports your energy, sleep, stress, and activity levels while still enjoying the foods you love Understanding the emotional side of food and the impact it has on our habits and behaviors How to create sustainable and lasting change when you have a lot of responsibility Jenn Trepeck has been described as a "force of nature" in the wellness space, has been recognized as one of Podcast Magazine's 40 under 40, and was nominated for the 2022 International Women's Podcast Award for Visionary Leadership. She is an Optimal Health Coach, Podcaster, and Business Consultant. After over a decade of working with clients, she took her practice from side-hustle to full-time self-employment and launched her podcast, Salad With a Side of Fries, in 2019. Grounded in science, yet lighthearted in delivery, Jenn talks about living life while still making ourselves and our health a priority. Find her on IG @jenntrepeck Just for you! Book a complimentary wellness discovery call with Jenn calendly.com/jenntrepeck/wellness-discovery-1-1 Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_ Join me on December 12th for the LIVE Profit Planning workshop, grab your spot here heatherchauvin.com/2024 For all things Emotionally Uncomfortable, including gifts for those you know would appreciate it, visit my new SHOP heatherchauvin.com/shop For your own AG1 supply, visit: drinkAG1.com/EU I want to hear your questions, your comments, and your experiences! Connect with me personally at heatherchauvin.com/chat
Mientras trabajamos en nuevos proyectos, te invitamos a escuchar este reportaje producido por Natalia Luján y escrito por Dante Ureta y América Armenta. Como hombre cis heterosexual, tengo mucho que aprender sobre las personas trans. Por eso creo que historias como esta son muy necesarias y deben compartirse. ¿Cómo es crecer como persona trans en el norte? En Los Mochis, rodeades de estereotipos sobre lo "buchón", la masculinidad poderosa y música de banda y corridos tumbados, Dante, Madison y Alex reflexionan sobre sus procesos de transición. Una historia que explora la resistencia, la aceptación y la búsqueda de ser une misme en un entorno culturalmente arraigado.Este reportaje fue realizado con el apoyo de la International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF) como parte de su iniciativa de ¡Exprésate! en América Latina.CRÉDITOS:Reporteo: Dante Ureta y América ArmentaProducción: Natalia LujánMezcla, musicalización y diseño sonoro: Andrés Ruiz VelascoMúsica original: Gibrán GodoyEl equipo de Transitar hacia nosotres mismes desea agradecer a Alejandro y a Madison por contarnos sus historias. Agradecimientos especiales a Daniela Rea por acompañar la edición de esta historia. Este episodio está dedicado a Ociel Baena. En paz descanse.
Here's what to expect on the podcast:What preparations are essential for individuals planning to conquer Kilimanjaro?The journey in starting Zara Tours and the key motivations behind creating the company.What sets Zara Tours apart from other tour operators, making it a compelling choice for those considering Kilimanjaro expeditions?How does the experience of climbing Kilimanjaro on International Women's Day contribute to the celebration and empowerment of women?And much more! Meet Guest, Mariam Adam:Born and raised against the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, East Africa, Mariam's life story is a tapestry woven with threads of faith, passion, strong women, and an unyielding spirit to give back while empowering others.Mariam's journey began with aspirations in nursing, only to discover that her true calling lay beyond the realm of blood and bandages. A swift pivot led her into the dynamic world of travel and tourism, propelling her into the airline industry. As one of the pioneering staff members in launching Gulf Air in East Africa, Kenya, and Tanzania, the experiences laid the foundation for a significant future role alongside her sister, Zainab.Currently based in Toronto, Canada, Mariam is not just a devoted wife and mother but also a catalyst for positive change in her community. Her philanthropic efforts uplift women, children, and families in low-income neighborhoods, while she empowers women to excel in their careers.But her work does not end there. Mariam is also a key player in showcasing the beauty of Tanzania through Zara Tours, an adventure tour company founded in 1986 and owned and operated by her sister, the legendary Mama Zara. Mariam is extremely passionate in working with this legacy-driven travel company that takes part in social good, makes positive impacts through Zara Charity in Tanzania, and helps its customers experience Tanzania's natural wonders, cultural riches, and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world, Mount Kilimanjaro.Website: https://www.zaratours.com/ Connect with Host, Julie Zolfo!Free Gift: https://www.livingthetravelersheart.com/free-giftFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/juliezolfo/Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/livingthetravelersheartInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/juliezolfo/Travelers HEART Book: https://www.juliezolfo.com/book
Susan and Sharon are honored to speak with the creator and writer of Designing Women, Linda Bloodworth Thomason. Novelist, playwright, documentary filmmaker and philanthropist, Linda is a five-time Emmy Award nominee who has created, written and produced such signature hits as "Evening Shade", "Hearts Afire", "Women of the House" and "Filthy Rich".Her TV writing career began with episodes of classic shows including "Rhoda", "Paper Moon" and "MASH". In a career spanning six decades, Linda Bloodworth Thomason is known for her singular style, mixing humor with serious topics; her lovable, outspoken characters; her unique blending of the romantic and the political, and her indelible portrait of the modern South.In Part One of a wide-ranging conversation, Linda touches on her early days working with TV legends James L. Brooks, Larry Gelbart, and Norman Lear; her astonishing success with Designing Women; living through – and writing about – historic times, and the challenged state of feminism in 2023.THE CONVERSATIONBUILDING THE PERFECT CAST: How legendary casting director Fran Bascom helped Linda nab everyone from Burt Reynolds to Delta Burke to John Ritter – and discover future Oscar winners Billy Bob Thornton and Hilary Swank!Bringing the Southern accent back to primetime TV – by way of Dixie Carter's eloquent, melodic voice. And wait, how did Susan lose her accent, anyway?All of the original four Designing Women were from the South and used their real, regional accent – except one. Can you guess who??A BOOK OF VERSE, A JUG OF WINE AND THOU -- Jimmy Carter's romantic nights at the White House with First Lady Rosalynn!The Designing Women Foundation (also known as The Claudia Foundation) – started with Linda's income from Designing Women under the umbrella of The Claudia Foundation to honor of her mother, Claudia Bloodworth. The Foundation provides scholarships and opportunities for young women in Southeast Missouri.BENEVOLENT MASCULINITY: How a certain kind of Southern man became a new archetype on Linda's shows: “Find yourself a jock who also reads poetry and loves his mother.”A GIRL, A CANOE AND THE WORLD: How a canoe from her father changed Linda's life – giving her the courage to discover herself and the world by exploring the Current River in Missouri.DARKNESS AND LIGHT: Finding out that Designing Women was picked up to series on the same day as finding out that her mom had AIDS from a blood transfusion."What's Happened to Women?" Podcast - How the next generation of women is facing our culture's onslaught of misogyny and greed with kindness and equality – and how we can help.So join Susan and Sharon – and Linda – as they talk The Idol, Shakespeare, the KKK – and Hilary Clinton's mom! AUDIOGRAPHYCheck out the fan website: Designing Women Online. Stream Designing Women on Hulu, Amazon Prime, Pluto!The Facebook page: Facebook.com/DesigningWomenOfficialFind more cool podcasts at Weirding Way Media.Visit our friends Scott Philbrook & Forrest Burgess at their podcast “Astonishing Legends".CONNECTFor transcripts, contact info and more, visit 80sTVLadies.com.Sign up for the 80s TV Ladies mailing list.Get ad-free episodes and exclusive videos on PATREON.BEST FEMALE HOSTED - BEST TV & FILM - BEST ART PODCAST80's TV Ladies WON three People's Choice Podcast Awards!NOMINATED80s TV Ladies is shortlisted for an International Women's Podcast Award!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5585115/advertisement
In this episode, Eleanor Manley, Co-Founder of Metta Space, delves into the critical issue of workplace misconduct and violence, shedding light on the startling statistics and the profound impact it has on organizations and individuals. Eleanor shares valuable insights into the importance of creating psychologically safe workplaces, the role of technology in preventing and resolving workplace misconduct, and the need for data-driven strategies to address this pervasive problem.Key Things Discussed: Creating Psychologically Safe Workplaces: Eleanor emphasizes the significance of fostering psychologically safe environments where employees can confidently report misconduct. Leveraging Technology for Prevention and Resolution: Eleanor explains how Metta Space employs technology, ensuring privacy and advocating for reduced resolution times in addressing workplace misconduct. Empowering Employees and Normalizing Reporting: Eleanor underscores the importance of empowering employees to report misconduct while challenging the misconception that fewer reports signify a safe workplace and discussing the complexities of addressing misconduct. Show Notes [00:00:00] Introduction to Workplace Violence and Harassment: Jenny introduces Eleanor Manley, CEO of Metta Space, discussing the complexities of defining workplace violence and harassment. [00:01:46] Identifying and Addressing Workplace Misconduct: Jenny and Eleanor explore various forms of workplace misconduct, highlighting its impact and the challenges of identification. [00:06:15] The Hidden Costs of Unreported Workplace Misconduct. Jenny and Eleanor discuss the financial consequences of unreported misconduct and the need for data-driven solutions. [00:07:56] Understanding the Root Causes of Workplace Misconduct. They delve into reasons behind the persistence of misconduct, including zero-tolerance approaches and cultural factors. [00:09:38] Legislation, Rights, and Resolution of Workplace Misconduct. Discussion on laws like POSH and the importance of swift internal resolution. [00:12:21] Addressing Workplace Misconduct at the Highest Levels. Jenny and Eleanor discuss Eleanor's invitation to speak at NATO on International Women's Day. They focus on the importance of addressing workplace misconduct to retain and empower women in STEM fields, including the challenges faced by military organizations in reporting misconduct. [00:13:47] The Crucial Role of Psychological Safety in Workplace Effectiveness. The role of psychological safety in workplace effectiveness and its impact on team productivity. [00:15:22] Leveraging Technology for Safer Work Environments. Eleanor discusses Metta Space and technology's role in prevention, reporting, and resolution. [00:20:16] Practical Steps for Creating Safe Work Environments. Jenny and Eleanor discuss practical steps that organizations and leaders can take to create safe work environments. Eleanor explains the importance of implementing clear goals and frameworks, breaking them down into pillars like prevention, reporting, and resolution. She also highlights the value of training to help employees empathize with different situations and understand the nuances of workplace misconduct. [00:22:45] Empowering Employees to Speak Up and Measuring Resolution Effectiveness. The importance of empowering employees to speak up and viewing case reporting positively. [00:24:27] Understanding the Distinction Between Breach of Code of Conduct and Breach of Law. Jenny and Eleanor discuss the distinction between a breach of a code of conduct and a breach of the law in the context of workplace misconduct. Eleanor explains that the majority of cases are breaches of a code of conduct, which may not necessarily require legal action. She emphasizes the importance of providing evidence gathering tools for individuals reporting misconduct to strengthen their case. [00:26:29] Envisioning a Future of Safe and Empowered Workplaces. Eleanor's goal of normalizing safe workplaces with data-driven support. [00:28:15] Strategies to Accelerate Resolution Time in Workplace Misconduct Cases. Strategies for organizations to reduce resolution time in misconduct cases. [00:33:00] Quick-Fire Questions for Eleanor Manley: What is your dream with a deadline? Normalize creating safe and empowered workplaces within all organizations through prevention, reporting, and resolution of workplace misconduct. What do you appreciate most about your team? Open communication, having each other's backs, and speaking up when something feels true and right. Greatest Challenge as a Leader: Lack of statistics on workplace misconduct and educating organizations about the need for data-driven approaches. Metta Space's Ideal Customer Profile: Organizations with more than 100 employees, especially those with limited HR resources. Starting with Workplace Misconduct Policies: Have strong policies and employee handbooks but ensure they are living documents with constant reminders. Intrinsic Motivation: Empowering more women in tech and creating safe workplaces where individuals can excel without facing misconduct. Contributing Factors to Exodus from STEM: Poor managerial relationships are a significant reason for people leaving organizations. Book That Shaped Your Thinking: "Blink" by Malcolm Gladwell, emphasizing trusting instincts and the power of intuition. Relevant links: The U.S. Surgeon General's Framework for Workplace Mental Health & Well-Being The U.S. Surgeon General Workplace Well-Being PoSH Act International Women's Day 2023: NATO Presents – Innovators and Game Changers: Women in Tech Shaping the Future Google's Project Aristotle “Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking,” by Malcolm Gladwel About the Guest:Eleanor Manley is the CEO of Metta Space, which helps companies prevent, report & resolve workplace misconduct. Specializing in NLP, she heads up AI, Analytics & RevOps. She has been a guest speaker at NATO and Bosch. Personally, Eleanor advocates for more women and marginalized groups to join tech, both with Metta Space's mission and mentorship.Follow Our Guest:LinkedIn | Website | X Follow Dreams With Deadlines:Host | Company Website | Blog | Instagram | X
Host Bryan Ford is joined by artist and musician Mashonda Tifrere. After the release of her first album produced by Kanye West, Swizz Beatz, and Raphael Saadiq, Mashonda has been featured on and co-written many hits, as she's worked alongside artists such as Jay-Z, DMX, and more. More recently, Mashonda partnered with Beyoncé's BeyGOOD and Gucci's Chime for Change in 2016 to launch Art LeadHER on International Women's Day. Her mission in launching the organization was to combat gender bias and empower female artists and curators from around the world. Mashonda is also a Penguin Random House author, releasing “Blend: The Secret to Co-Parenting and Creating a Balanced Family,” in 2018. Watch Bryan make his version and Subscribe: Youtube Recipe from today's episode can be found at Shondaland.com Join The Flaky Biscuit Community: Discord Mashonda IG: @mashondatifrere Bryan Ford IG: @artisanbryan Don't forget to check out Art LeadHER at artleadher.com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Government plans to hold a referendum to delete the references in the Constitution to women's role in the home, with the date coinciding with March 8th International Women's Day likely to be the polling day. To discuss further on Newstalk Breakfast was the Director of the Gender Studies Programme at UCD, Mary McAuliffe.
The Government plans to hold a referendum to delete the references in the Constitution to women's role in the home, with the date coinciding with March 8th International Women's Day likely to be the polling day. To discuss further on Newstalk Breakfast was the Director of the Gender Studies Programme at UCD, Mary McAuliffe.
On this week's episode of The 1 Girl Revolution Podcast, we welcome Zainab Salbi, founder of Women for Women International and co-founder of Daughters for Earth. Zainab is a celebrated humanitarian, author, and journalist. Oprah Winfrey identified her as one of the 25 women changing the world to People Magazine and Foreign Policy Magazine called Zainab one of “100 Top Global Thinkers”. Zainab is the co-founder for Daughters for Earth, Chief Awareness Officer at FindCenter.com, and host of Redefined podcast. Zainab is also the author of a few books, including the national bestseller Between Two Worlds and her latest Freedom Is an Inside Job. She is also the creator and host of several shows, including #MeToo, Now What? on PBS, and Through Her Eyes with Zainab Salbi at Yahoo News. Zainab started her career when she was 23 years old as the founder and former CEO of Women for Women International, an organization to help women survivors of conflicts. She built the group from helping 30 women to reaching nearly half a million women and raising 146 million dollars in aid and microloans to help them and their families rebuild their lives. Zainab joins The 1 Girl Revolution Podcast to share her incredible story and to talk about all of her amazing efforts to support women around the world through Women for Women International and Daughters for Earth. In this episode, you'll hear: Zainab's inspiring life story; How Zainab decided to start Women for Women International and all about their incredible work around the world to empower women; About Zainab's decision to step back from Women for Women International and co-found Daughters for Earth; About the incredible impact that Women for Women International and Daughters for Earth has had - and continues to have through their work everyday; And so much more. The 1 Girl Revolution Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, YouTube, and everywhere you listen to podcasts. For more information on Zainab, please visit: www.1GirlRevolution.com/ZainabSalbi For more information about 1 Girl Revolution, please visit: www.1GirlRevolution.com
“She didn't twirl just a baton. That baton was on fire. And when she threw that baton into the air, it flew higher, further, faster than any baton has ever flown before, hitting a transformer and showering the darkened arena with sparks!” - Julia SugarbakerSusan and Sharon continue “‘Designing Women' November” with an episode devoted to the actresses – all seven of them – who played all those outspoken Southern Women! We're talking the Original Fab Four: Dixie Carter, Delta Burke, Jean Smart and Annie Potts – PLUS the three cast members that joined up later in the run: Jan Hooks, Julia Duffy and Judith Ivy.With audio clips from the show, we'll learn about each of the women, who they are, what they stand for (and what they won't stand for), and how each of the actresses carved out a special place for themselves and their characters in a show that was designed to be all about women!THE CONVERSATIONWho was Number One on the call sheet at Designing Women?Delta Burke was born in Orlando, Florida – and was named “Miss Flame” for the Orlando Fire Department!DELTA & GERALD & SIMON & SIMON: Delta Burke met her future husband Gerald McRaney on HIS show “Simon & Simon” – and then she brought him on to HERS…SIX DEGREES OF “REMINGTON STEELE”: How many Designing Women also shared the screen with Steele and Laura? Almost all of them…Julia Duffy shows up Season 6 as Sugarbaker cousin, Alison. Didjaknow? She almost played Diane Chambers on “Cheers” – and appeared later on that show as Diane's best friend!SNL alum Jan Hooks played Carlene – sister to Charlene.MORE SHERYL LEE RALPH! She turns up in Season 7 as Anthony's new wife.Alice Ghostly -- as the hilariously loopy Bernice Clifton – appeared in all 7 seasons!BY THE NUMBERS: How many women behind-the-scenes helped created the show? 20 writers, 6 producers, 3 directors – a significant percentage and huge numbers for the 80s!So join Susan and Sharon as they talk Peter Scolari, “Hacks”, ex-husbands – and our upcoming interview with the creator of Designing Women herself -- Linda Bloodworth-Thomason!AUDIOGRAPHYCheck out the fan website: Designing Women Online. Stream Designing Women on Hulu, Amazon Prime, Pluto!The Facebook page: Facebook.com/DesigningWomenOfficialFind more cool podcasts at our network, Weirding Way Media.For spooky Halloween Season fun, visit our friends Scott Philbrook & Forrest Burgess at their podcast “Astonishing Legends".CONNECTFor transcripts, contact info and more, visit 80sTVLadies.com.Sign up for the 80s TV Ladies mailing list.Get ad-free episodes and exclusive videos on PATREON.BEST FEMALE HOSTED - BEST TV & FILM - BEST ART PODCAST80's TV Ladies WON three People's Choice Podcast Awards!NOMINATED80s TV Ladies is shortlisted for an International Women's Podcast Award!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5585115/advertisement
Where you bean?!: JC Talks about partying with old people in Las Vegas (02:50) and attending a bomb ass family wedding (07:22). Rica talks about attending the International Women's Podcast Awards (13:30) and Christmas Market shopping (23:11)TT's: This week we talk about why the whole world is Kilig over what Taylor Swift did at her recent Argentina Concert (29:08) and an upcoming Metro Manila based Swiftie event in December (38:15)Gatas a Question?: We answer questions about 'Finance tips during early career' (41:50), 'Solo Traveling' (50:08) and 'Hangover cures' (59:15)Follow Rica & JC on IG:@ricaggg@itsmejayseeLeche-Fan Mail:firstname.lastname@example.orgRecorded using the ELGATO WAVE 1 Microphones, go get one! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this week's episode of Breaking Battlegrounds, we're honored to host Carla Sands, former U.S. Ambassador to the Kingdom of Denmark and current Vice Chair at the America First Policy Institute. She brings unparalleled insights into pressing global issues, including ambassadors' advocacy for Israel and the dynamic role of ambassadors in conflicts similar to those in Israel and Ukraine. Join us for a comprehensive discussion on the risks associated with Biden's energy plan, featuring facts and figures that shed light on it all. Later in the show, we welcome back Attorney General Austin Knudsen, addressing his recent reelection bid for Attorney General, the constitutional implications of Hawaii's gun ban, and the support for a mother suing a school district for hiding her child's gender transition. Wrapping up, we have a special podcast feature with labor law and policy expert Vinnie Vernuccio, exploring deceptive salting loopholes in unions and their impact on the workforce. Plus, don't miss Kiley's Corner, where Kiley provides updates on the Idaho 4 murder case and reports on the suspicions surrounding the suicides of four Los Angeles Sheriff Department deputies within a 24-hour span on Monday. It's a power-packed episode you won't want to miss!-Connect with us:www.breakingbattlegrounds.voteTwitter: www.twitter.com/Breaking_BattleFacebook: www.facebook.com/breakingbattlegroundsInstagram: www.instagram.com/breakingbattlegroundsLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/breakingbattlegrounds-About our guestsAmbassador Carla Sands is currently the Vice Chair, the Center for Energy & Environment, America First Policy Institute, and also leads AFPI's Pennsylvania Chapter. She previously served as U.S. Ambassador to the Kingdom of Denmark which includes Greenland, and the Faroe Islands from 2017-2021.During her tenure, she and her team increased U.S. exports to Denmark by 45% according to MIT's Observatory of Economic Complexity. Her number one goal as ambassador was to increase U.S. national security by establishing a consulate in Greenland. By working with the inter-agency and Congress, her goal was realized in 2020.Additionally, she successfully executed trade and cooperation agreements with Greenland and the Faroe Islands to counter Russian and Chinese malign influence. In 2021 she was awarded the Department of Defense's highest civilian honor, the Medal for Distinguished Public Service.In 2015-2017 Carla served as Chairman of Vintage Capital Group and its subsidiary company Vintage Real Estate which specialized in the acquisition and development of regional malls and shopping centers across the country.Before an orderly wind-down of the company starting in 2018, Vintage Real Estate had a portfolio that included 13 properties with 4.3 million square feet invested in underperforming assets. The team was vertically integrated with in-house leasing, development, and property management.Early brief careers included film acting and practice as a 3rd generation Doctor of Chiropractic. Carla pursued her undergraduate education at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and Elizabethtown College where she studied pre-med and earned her Doctor of Chiropractic from Life Chiropractic College.Carla is currently a board member of the Parliamentary Intelligence-Security Forum and serves on the advisory boards of Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue, and the International Women's Forum. She has served on many charitable and philanthropic boards.-Attorney General Austin Knudsen grew up on his family farm and ranch just outside of Bainville (in the far northeast corner of Montana) where they grew wheat, sugar beets and raised angus cattle. Austin was a 4-H kid, raising steers to show at the fair, and volunteering at community events. He participated in Future Farmers of America (FFA) throughout high school. In fact, Austin met his wife, Christie, while they both served as FFA State Officers during their freshman year of college at Montana State University-Bozeman.Austin put himself through college in Bozeman working jobs at the local butcher shop and a hardware store, and each summer he returned to work on the farm and ranch. Austin and Christie were married shortly after graduation and moved to Missoula where Austin earned his law degree from the University of Montana. Their oldest daughter Leah was born in between Austin's first and second years of law school and they were later blessed with a son, Connor, and their youngest daughter, Reagan.After law school, Austin and Christie moved their family back to the farm and ranch where they knew they could instill in their children strong Montana values. Austin worked at a law firm in Plentywood before opening his own practice in Culbertson.In 2010, Austin was elected to serve as the Representative for House District 34, defeating a two-term incumbent Democrat in what was one of the most expensive State House races in Montana history. Having quickly noticed the extent of the disconnect between Helena bureaucrats and political insiders and the rest of the people across Montana, Austin took on leadership roles within his caucus and was elected Speaker Pro Tempore (deputy Speaker) in just his second session of service.-F. Vincent Vernuccio, president and co-founder of Institute for the American Worker, brings over 15 years of expertise in labor law and policy. Vernuccio holds advisory positions with several organizations, including senior fellow with the Mackinac Center. Vernuccio served on the U.S. Department of Labor transition team for the Trump Administration and as a member of the Federal Service Impasses Panel. Under former President George W. Bush, he served as special assistant secretary for administration and management in the Department of Labor. He has advised state and federal lawmakers and their staff on a multitude of labor-related issues, and testified before the United States House of Representatives Subcommittee on Federal Workforce, Postal Service and Labor Policy. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit breakingbattlegrounds.substack.com
How does the saying go? Is the glass half full, or is it half empty? Now, apply this to DEI in the workplace, and you'll see our guests, Christiane Bisanzio and Aleksandar Damchevski, challenge this very notion. In this episode, Aleks and Christi delve into the evolving landscape of DEI, highlighting the progress made and the work that still needs to be done. This episode revolves around their insightful book, The Other 364 Days, and the profound idea that DEI should not be merely a day-long celebration but a year-round commitment in every workplace. Throughout the discussion, we hear how organisations prioritise external appearances over internal actions, the responsibility of leadership in fostering diversity and inclusion, and the crucial part of setting precise and measurable inclusion goals. Aleks and Christi also reflect on common oversights made during event celebrations like Pride Week and International Women's Day. Key discussions include: The glass half full: A reflection on the progression of DEI Are workplaces becoming more divided or more diverse? Risk VS Opportunity: The two approaches to DEI Who is responsible for driving diverse, equitable and inclusive workplaces? The importance of understanding and addressing internal biases and behaviours to create a more inclusive culture Key pitfalls hindering the success of organisational DEI Initiatives How authenticity can create more hope and drive change Is unconscious bias training ineffective? The flourishing link between DEI and ESG The one simple change that will transform your workplace "DEI is never a destination. It's always a journey. So this is never ending, it never stops, you have new trends, new topics, new themes coming up, but the overall importance of DEI remains." - Christiane Bisanzio. ABOUT CHRISTIANE BISANZIO AND ALEKSANDAR DAMCHEVSKI LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christianebisanzio/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/aleks-damchevski-he-she-they-b5589b20/ Book: https://www.amazon.com/OTHER-364-DAYS-DIVERSITY-INCLUSION/dp/2839939290 ABOUT SCOTT McINNES: Learn more about Scott McInnes, your host and the Founder and Director of Inspiring Change, by clicking here. ABOUT WORKVIVO: If you're struggling with communications in this time of new hybrid workplace conditions, click here to explore Workvivo, a collaboration platform that offers seamless digital integration. If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider clicking here to rate and review it! This podcast was proudly produced in partnership with Podlad.com
So what would you do if your Maid of Honour stole from your fiancé? Would you forgive her and let her participate in your wedding like nothing happened? Or would you kick her out? This is another one of our dilemma episodes, formerly referred to as, 'Solving the Internet's Problems', and we tackle this AITA question along with some others with a view to helping our anonymous fellow humans in their relationships! Let us know what you would do!!! Use the hashtag #expatimmigrant We also chat about being shortlisted for an International Women's Podcast Award 2023 and Nat's experience driving super cars round a race track!! Email us at: email@example.com Follow us! Insta: @expatimmigrant TikTok: @expatimmigrant Twitter: @expatimmigrant YouTube: @ExpatImmigrant Kat Insta: @katallthat1 Nat Insta: @tunefultv Subscribe to our Youtube Channel!! ExpatImmigrant Podcast is hosted by Kat and Nat, two British sisters living abroad in France. Our podcast is based on sister conversations to amuse, encourage and inspire you. We're here to accompany you through the highs and lows of the Expat Immigrant existence. Consider us as a home away from home. Tune in for general girl chat, fun, laughter, language learning, answering dilemmas and our own accounts of our experiences navigating life and pursuing a “belle vie” overseas.
Welcome to The Plant Based News Podcast, where we deliver pioneering vegan news and ethical views weekly. Today we are joined by a very exciting guest, Georgie Purcell. Georgie Purcell is an Australian politician and a member of the Animal Justice Party. She was elected as the Member of the Legislative Council for Northern Victoria in November 2022, making her the second AJP MP in Victoria and the third in Australia. She is also a lawyer, a unionist and an advocate for women's rights and reproductive health. Georgie is a vegan herself and has been vocal about the benefits of plant-based food and lifestyle for animals, people and the planet. She has also challenged some of the myths and misconceptions that surround veganism in the mainstream media and society. Follow Georgie on Instagram here - https://www.instagram.com/georgie.purcell.ajp/ Host: Robbie Lockie Editor: Polly Foreman Audio Editor: Phil Marriott Social Media: Darrell Sawczuk Producer: Xisca Taylor 00:00:00 An Introduction to Georgie Purcell 00:02:39 Discovering the vegan lifestyle 00:04:30 The power of the Earthlings documentary 00:07:06 The benefits and challenges of making the switch to veganism 00:10:30 Dealing with the challenges of growing up within a predominantly meat-eating environment 00:13:09 Culture and toxic masculinity inc. Gamechangers trailer clips and Pork On Your Fork ad 00:19:25 Getting involved in Politics 00:24:18 The Patriarchal System 00:30:05 Improving the lives of animals within abusive industries 00:35:28 International Women's Day: Wearing Online Gendered Abuse 00:39:22 Sexism and Misogyny: How can this behavior be addressed? 00:45:37 Some of MP Georgie Purcell's effective campaigns for animal welfare 00:53:45 Inspiring people to be more politically active 00:57:26 Stranded on a desert island
HRH Princess Noor of Jordan and Harjinder Kaur Talwar from FICCI (India Chair & Global Ambassador of IWEC) engage Sadhguru in a profound conversation about the power of the feminine and its role in the economy, in this session at the annual awards event of the International Women's Entrepreneurial Challenge Foundation. The talk took place on 28 October 2020. Conscious Planet: https://www.consciousplanet.org Sadhguru App (Download): https://onelink.to/sadhguru__app Official Sadhguru Website: https://isha.sadhguru.org Sadhguru Exclusive: https://isha.sadhguru.org/in/en/sadhguru-exclusive Inner Engineering Link: isha.co/ieo-podcast Yogi, mystic and visionary, Sadhguru is a spiritual master with a difference. An arresting blend of profundity and pragmatism, his life and work serves as a reminder that yoga is a contemporary science, vitally relevant to our times. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informationSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rebekah L. Fraser writes fiction, produces music and visual art, and offers creativity coaching and writing classes from her home-base in Connecticut. An award-winning social entrepreneur, International Women's Media Foundation fellow and former journalist, Rebekah has published a nonfiction book about climate change and four novels, with the fifth novel forthcoming in December from Bee Books, the imprint she started in 2018. She writes environmental justice-themed romance novels as Tara L. Roí. Rebekah holds a BA in Film Studies from Yale and is an MFA candidate in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University, as well as a Yoga teacher certification. Learn more about Rebekah L. Fraser at TheCreativity-RX.com. You can access all her justice-themed romance novels HERE. And click HERE to follow her on various social platforms.
Susan and Sharon get to sit down with writer/producer/show-runner Maggie Friedman to talk about the show that inspired her to embark on a career in television: Designing Women.Designing Women (1986-1993) was created by the legendary Linda Bloodworth-Thomason and starred Dixie Carter, Delta Burke, Jean Smart, Annie Potts and Meshach Taylor as the owners and staff of the Atlanta-based interior design firm “Sugarbaker & Associates”. In its seven-year run, Designing Women was known for sharp writing, big laughs and taking on issues from a feminist angle in a way that no other show had done before – or since. Maggie Friedman is best known for creating, writing and executive producing Witches of East End for Lifetime Television and Firefly Lane currently on Netflix. She has also written and produced episodes of Dawson's Creek, Jack & Bobby, Once and Again, Wasteland, Spellbound and No Tomorrow.THE CONVERSATIONHow an Ally McBeal spec script got Maggie into a room with Kevin Williamson – and onto the staff of his first show, Dawson's Creek.Maggie set her sights on getting into AFI – and did -- because a mean girl told her she couldn't!HE DID IT/SHE LIED: Those T-Shirts from the Designing Women Anita Hill episode, and the impact it had on Maggie.Which of the Designing Women are you? Sharon is a Julia, but is Susan Mary Jo – or Anthony?“Guns, and AIDS, and condoms – OH MY!” How Designing Women took on all the current issues, that are unfortunately still current today.SPOILER ALERT: What happens when you write HUGE CLIFFHANGERS – and then your show gets cancelled!Big Hair, Big Shoulders! Was the Atlanta of Designing Women accurate? Susan grew up in Georgia -- and has thoughts.Republican Dixie Carter's deal: “For every liberal rant you make Julia say, I get to sing a song!”“Georgia On My Mind”: Ray Charles sings with the Designing Women!Young Susan's brush with fame: Mark Harmon and Peter Scolari – both in one hour!“WOMEN OF THE HOUSE” – the little-known 1995 “sequel” where Suzanne Sugarbaker goes to Congress to fill her late husband's house seat.So join Susan, Sharon – and Maggie – as they talk Jackie Collins, Witches of East End, Scott Bakula, --- and how sexy Richard Hatem is!AUDIOGRAPHYFollow Maggie Friedman on Instagram.Check out the fan website: Designing Women Online. Stream Designing Women on Hulu, Amazon Prime, Pluto!Find more cool podcasts at our network, Weirding Way Media. For spooky Halloween Season fun, visit our friends Scott Philbrook & Forrest Burgess at their podcast “Astonishing Legends".CONNECTFor transcripts, contact info and more, visit 80sTVLadies.com.Sign up for the 80s TV Ladies mailing list.Get ad-free episodes and exclusive videos on PATREON.BEST FEMALE HOSTED - BEST TV & FILM - BEST ART PODCAST80's TV Ladies has WON three People's Choice Podcast Awards!NOMINATED: Best Moment of Raw Emotion80s TV Ladies is nominated for an International Women's Podcast Award!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5585115/advertisement
In this episode of The Real ResQ, Charles Evans joins the show. Evans is author of Helicopter Heroine: Valérie André - Surgeon, Pioneer Rescue Pilot, and Her Courage Under Fire. He sits down with host Jason Quinn to provide a history lesson on Valerie André. André is a surgeon and pioneer rescue helicopter pilot who flew 128 rescue missions from 1951 to 1953, primarily in Vietnam, during the French-Indochina War. She saved the lives of 168 wounded French soldiers. During the war, André volunteered to be an airdropped medic, parachuting into remote French outposts. On one mission she parachuted into Laos, where she not only treated French soldiers, but also native Lao people, and captured enemy Viet Minh soldiers. She became known as “the woman who came from the sky” by the Lao people who knew her. André also served as both a rescue helicopter pilot and chief medical officer during the French war in Algeria. She was also a major force in bringing gender equality to the French military medical corps in the 1960s and 1970s. She was promoted to the rank of brigadier general (U.S. equivalent) in 1975 and full general in 1981, the first woman in the French Army to attain that rank. She also became a force for change in the French military by addressing the lack of women in the French Army's medical corps (Service de Santé). She worked tirelessly within the French military system and through the French legislature to increase the number of females in the service. André celebrated her 100th birthday on April 21, 2022. The civilian heliport that serves the entire region of Paris was named in her honor on March 8, 2022, which was also International Women's Day. She lives in Issy-les-Moulneaux, which has been her home for over 50 years. Enjoy! https://verticalhelicasts.com/the-real-resq-podcast/ https://www.facebook.com/therealresq https://www.instagram.com/therealresq This episode is brought to you by Vertical Helicasts Thank you for sponsoring this episode of The Real ResQ; Breeze-Eastern, https://www.breeze-eastern.com/
We share the same struggles. We serve the same Christ. We live in radically different contexts, but the truth is we are all called to live missionally. In this series we will hear from women around the world about how we can partner together to strengthen the Global Church. Connect to Bev Warren: Bev Warren Bev Warren is a missionary with Mission to the World and has served over the last 41 years in Kenya, Hungary, and, most recently, for 27 of those years, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She has four adult children, all married and living in the U.S. and loves her role as “Bibi” to her eight grandchildren. During their time in Ethiopia, Bev and her husband, Andy, began a project ministering, through Word and Deed, to the needs of people affected by HIV. Some of Bev's favorite roles through the years have included hospitality to visiting guests and teams; working alongside amazing Ethiopian co-workers to care for the “least of these” in the communities where Ethiopia ACT serves, and using her interest in accounting to assist with the finances for the project. Currently, along with her other roles, Bev is serving as a women's advisor to the MTW Field Leadership Team and is serving her Ethiopia MTW teammates in Member Care. Bev enjoys outdoor walks, challenging jigsaw puzzles, games and crafts with her grands, and spending time with good friends. https://www.mtw.org/missionaries/details/andy-and-bevely-warren Connect to Jan Thomae Jan Thomae and her husband David are celebrating 46 years of marriage this year. They have been serving with Mission to the World since 1988. They served in rural Kenya before moving to northern Nigeria to work in a Muslim town. Health concerns led to their relocation in 2004 to London, UK, to work in a Southeast Asian immigrant community. Three years ago, David accepted the call to become Director of Member Care for MTW, causing them to move to the Atlanta area near MTW headquarters. Jan serves alongside David on the Member Care Team. They are parents of two married sons and grandparents of a 13 year old grandson who lives in South Africa. Jan is passionate about prayer, hospitality, and caring for other women and families. Jan and David are delighted to be part of Joy of All Nations, a new church plant focused on reaching the large Indian/Indian American community in northeast Atlanta, which intersects with the ministry they were involved with in east London. https://mtw.org/missionaries/details/17411 Connect to Mission to the World (MTW): https://www.mtw.org/ Connect to International Women's Ministry (CDM): https://women.pcacdm.org/international/
On this episode we're speaking with Kaelyn Moore of the Heart Starts Pounding: Horrors, Hauntings and Mysteries podcast! We dive deep into Kaelyn's process of selecting stories, her meticulous production process, and the crucial role of sound design in creating a spine-chilling atmosphere for her listeners. Kaelyn also shares how she's built her audience and how TikTok has been a KEY FACTOR in the podcast's success! "I think storytelling was the biggest one, just how to tell a story and keep people interested, right? Because that's the best thing. That's what everyone's fighting for right now, is attention. And so keeping someone's attention for 30 minutes." - Kaelyn Moore Kaelyn shares how she chooses stories that spark her interest, focusing on topics that haven't been overdone and have good sources. She takes pride in her production process, planning episodes weeks in advance and recording in her closet for optimal sound quality. Kaelyn's attention to detail extends to her sound design, drawing inspiration from the podcast Lore and incorporating music and sparse sound effects to create an eerie ambiance. Throughout this special Halloween episode we speak about the unique and unpredictable nature of "Heart Starts Pounding," making each episode a surprise for listeners. If you're a horror and true crime podcast enthusiast looking for captivating stories with a spooky atmosphere, this Halloween deep dive episode is a must-listen. Key takeaways from this episode are: Unleash the potential of TikTok as a platform for building an engaged and devoted audience, eager to consume your content. Discover how podcasting gives a voice to everyone and empowers the so many kinds of storytelling. Prepare to have your heart racing as we delve into the podcast's horrors, haunting mysteries, and spine-tingling tales. Explore the art of storytelling and the powerful influence it has on captivating and engaging listeners. Learn the importance of sound design in creating a truly immersive and spine-chilling atmosphere that will leave you on the edge of your seat. Resources: Subscribe to our email newsletter to get industry updates: https://www.podbean.com/email-subscribe Sign up for all of Podbean's Free Live Events here: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/podbeancom-31329492977 Other episodes you'll enjoy: From Shelter in Place to The Stanford Storytelling Project: Laura Joyce Davis Shares Skills Learned Along the Way Selly Thiam of AfroQueer Podcast and AQ Studios on Building a Legacy of African LGBTQIA++ Stories Smashing the Ceiling: A Conversation with Naomi Mellor, founder of the International Women's Podcast Awards and The Skylark Collective About us: Podcast Smarter is the official in-house podcast by Podbean. Podbean is a podcast publishing and monetization service, hosting almost 640,000 podcasts. If you're looking to start your own podcast, monetize your podcast and livestream directly to your listeners, you can set up an account at podbean.com Connect with us: Subscribe to our email newsletter to get updates from the team head over to: https://www.podbean.com/email-subscribe Connect with Kaelyn and Heart Starts Pounding: Horrors, Hauntings and Mysteries here: Podcast: https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/7km77-2d29a2/Heart-Starts-Pounding-Horrors-Hauntings-and-Mysteries-Podcast TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/discover/Heart-starts-pounding Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/HeartStartsPounding YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR9md7CvNeB9YYGbSPebzwA Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Find us on socials: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/podbean Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/podbeancom YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0H3hvTa_1_ZwFg6RjGNXGw/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/podbeancom LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/podbean Website: https://podcast.podbean.com/ Email us: To contact Podcasting Smarter with questions get in contact at email@example.com
For my International Women's Day special, Joanna Phillips is Label Manager for Another Rhythm Records chatted Music Marketing, Tiktok, and Instagram Reels for DJs & Music Producers. Founded in 2018, Another Rhythm is a London-based independent record label, events and management company. Another Rhythm is not a genre-specific label and doesn't intend to be. From House, Techno, and Breaks to Jungle, They prefer to focus time and effort on quality and the ability to amplify an artist's vision on every record. Joanna gave a masterclass on how she and her team used social media strategies, data analysis and label management skills to grow the dramatically grow there streaming numbers, she delved into how they built hype on certain key records and a general masterclass of navigating the industry!
Women Around the World: Partnering Together to Strengthen the Global Church We share the same struggles. We serve the same Christ. We live in radically different contexts, but the truth is, we are ALL called to live missionally! In this series we will hear from women around the world about how we can partner together to strengthen the Global Church. Connect to Amy Newsome https://www.mtw.org/missionaries/details/wayne-and-amy-newsome Connect to Mission to the World (MTW): https://www.mtw.org/ Connect to International Women's Ministry (CDM): https://women.pcacdm.org/international/
Carren Strock — equally at home with a pen and paper, a paintbrush and canvas, needle and thread, or hammer and nails — is an all-around Renaissance woman. She is the author of the ground-breaking book on a previously undiscussed topic,Married Women Who Love Women, now in its third edition. She is also the author of A Writer's Journey: What to Know Before, During, and After Writing a Book, In the Shadow of the Wonder Wheel (a mystery novel set in Coney Island, New York), Tangled Ribbons (a lesbian paranormal romance) , Grandpa and Me and the Park in the City. (a rhyming picture book for children), Potatoes With Appeal; 105 Mouth-Watering Recipes, (a cookbook dedicated to her love for the potato), and her latest book, Secret Survivors, (a gripping middle grade chapter book). Her artwork has been honored in both regional and international art shows and has been exhibited at the Albright Knox Art Gallery. Her photographs have appeared in architectural magazines and her articles have appeared in numerous publications in the United States and abroad. For years, as her children were growing up, Ms. Strock exhibited her arts and crafts throughout New England taking awards for her paintings, quilting, and woodwork. When asked if there was anything she couldn't do, her family would tease, “find the kitchen.” The family often picniced on the floor because the kitchen and dining room tables were covered with projects. The middle child of three, Carren was raised in Brooklyn, New York, by parents who encouraged creativity. When she was eight, she told her father that her doll needed a bed. He took her to a hobby shop and bought her a coping saw, balsa wood, and paint and she designed and built a cradle. During hot summer days, her mother would set up a card table in the street and she and her siblings would pass the time painting or cutting paper and making collages. After having lived in Milford, Connecticut, and then in East Amherst, New York, she returned to her roots in Brooklyn. She is a member of the the Authors Guild, the Publishing Triangle, Out Professionals, the American Society of Journalists, the International Women's Writing Guild, and the Women's National Book Association for which she was a workshop director for more than twenty years. She has taught writing classes as well as classes in photo composition in New York City and at IWWG sponsored workshops at Skidmore, Brown, and Yale Universities. She is now available for speaking engagements. Ms. Strock is the mother of two and the grandmother of two who, she says, make her heart sing. The Storytellers hosted by Grace Sammon focuses on individuals who choose to leave their mark on the world through the art of story. Each episode engages guests and listeners in the story behind the story of authors, artists, reporters, and others who leave a legacy of storytelling. Applying her years of experience as an educator, entrepreneur, author, and storyteller herself, Grace brings to listeners an intimate one-on-one experience with her guests. Visit Grace at her website www.gracesammon.net. Contact Grace about being a guest on the show, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Grace: On Facebook https://www.facebook.com/GraceSammonWrites/ On Instagram https://www.instagram.com/GraceSammonWrites/ On Twitter https://www.twitter.com/GSammonWrites On LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/grace-sammon-84389153/ #TheStorytellers #Storyteller #Storytellers # Storytelling #AuhtorInterview #LetsTalkBooks #LeaveYourMark #AuthorLife #StorytellerLife #ArtofStory #AuthorTalkNetwork #BookishRoadTrip #AuthorTalkNetwork #AuthorsOnTheAirGlobalRadioNetwork #author #marriedwomenwholovewomen #loveislove #womenwholovewomen The Storytellers is a copyrighted work © of Grace Sammon and Authors on The Air Global Radio Network.
Do you have an idea for a movie? The St. John's International Women's Film Festival puts would-be filmmakers face to face with studios reps and producers. Morning Show reporter Darrell Roberts got an inside look at the pitch sessions.
The Animal Turn has been shortlisted in two categories of the upcoming International Women's Awards to be held on the 6th of November 2023. You can hear the nominated clips in this episode. The Animal Turn was shortlisted in "Moment of Insight from a Role Model" for the conversation between Jeff Sebo and Claudia Hirtenfelder about the im/possibility of change in human-animal relations. It was also shortlisted in "Changing the World One Moment at a Time" for the conversation with Yamini Narayanan in which he outlines how devastating sacralisation is for women, children, and animals - particularly cows in India. You can learn more about the other shortlisted podcasts as well as how you can get tickets to attend the awards here: https://everybody-media.com/iwpa-shortlists-2023/Learn more about the categories as well as the awesome people at Everybody Media, here: https://everybody-media.com/categories-2023/Thank you for listening and your support!A.P.P.L.E Animals in Philosophy, Politics, Law and Ethics (A.P.P.L.E)Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the showThe Animal Turn is hosted and produced by Claudia Hirtenfelder and is part of iROAR Network. Find out more on our website.
If the current polls are to be believed the next chancellor of the exchequer could be a woman. That woman would be Rachel Reeves, the current shadow chancellor and the MP for Leeds West. Originally from Lewisham, South London, she attended a state school, made it to Oxford University then into the world of finance working as an economist for the Bank of England. Labour have yet to announce their manifesto and detailed costed policies to put to the electorate, but we can examine the philosophy behind Labour's economic thinking because Rachel has just published her latest book, The Women Who made Modern Economics, and hear how they have influenced her own thinking. In October 2019, Coleen Rooney posted on social media that she had been concerned by articles appearing in newspapers that could only have come from stories on her private Instagram account. So she laid a trap for the account she suspected of the leak, and then told the world ‘It was…Rebekah Vardy's account'. Immediately dubbed ‘Wagatha Christie' - Rebekah Vardy, who continues to deny she was the source of those stories, sued Coleen for libel. A High Court judge ruled in Coleen Rooney's favour last year and she is now putting her side of the story in a documentary series on Disney Plus called Coleen Rooney: The Real Wagatha Story. She speaks to Emma Barnett in a radio exclusive interview. British poet Becky Hemsley has self-published four collections of her work and has been top of the Amazon poetry chart twice now - most recently around International Women's Day last March. Originally a primary school teacher, she now focuses solely on her poetry. She joins Emma to explain why and to perform some of her poetry live. Presented by Emma Barnett Producer: Louise Corley Studio Engineer: Bob Nettles
In this episode of Flourish in the Foreign, Cheryl-Ann Weekes shares her life as a wanderer, how she visited 40+ countries in her 12 years abroad, and how she has cultivated longevity abroad. This Episode Covers:
The 34th annual St. John's international Women's film festival opens tonight at the Majestic. We got a run down from Executive Director Jenn Browne.
Women Around the World: Partnering Together to Strengthen the Global Church We share the same struggles. We serve the same Christ. We live in radically different contexts, but the truth is, we are ALL called to live missionally! In this series we will hear from women around the world about how we can partner together to strengthen the Global Church. Connect to Robin Price Robin was working as a teacher in North Carolina before becoming a full-time missionary with MTW. She served first for several years in Odesa, Ukraine, until 2020. Since 2021, Robin has served as the Women's Ministry Worker at Oxford Presbyterian Church in the UK. She provides pastoral support for women of all ages (including university students and teens), seeking to encourage them in their daily walk with God, leading them in their study of scripture, and promoting their fellowship and care for one another. Their young church meets in the very center of the city and desires to be a growing light for the gospel of Christ in this diverse community. Robin also works to encourage the spiritual and emotional well-being of our MTW women serving in Europe and to grow and strengthen our Member Care Team and its offerings. https://mtw.org/missionaries/details/robin-price Connect to Davinia Young https://oxfordpres.co.uk/ Connect to Mission to the World (MTW): https://www.mtw.org/ Connect to International Women's Ministry (CDM): https://women.pcacdm.org/international/
Guest: Amy MacIver speaks to Gissou Nia, a human rights lawyer and senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, about a campaign launched on International Women's Day looking at discrimination against women.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On the Shelf for October 2023 The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - Episode 269 with Heather Rose Jones Your monthly roundup of history, news, and the field of sapphic historical fiction. In this episode we talk about: Getting back to blogging The Anne Lister Research Summit, Oct. 14-15, 2023 Recent and upcoming publications covered on the blogPalmer, Paulina. 1999. Lesbian Gothic: Transgressive Fictions. Cassell, New York. ISBN 0-304-70154-8 Yiannitsaros, Chirstopher. 2010. “'I'm scared to death she'll kill me: Devoted Ladies, feminine monstrosity, and the (lesbian) Gothic Romance” in The Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies 8: 41-52. Parker, Sarah. 2008. “'The Darkness is the Closet in Which Your Lover Roosts Her Heart': Lesbians, Desire and the Gothic Genre” in Journal of International Women's Studies, Vol. 9, Issue 2: 3-16. McCallum, E.L. & Mikko Tuhkanen, eds. 2014. The Cambridge History of Gay and Lesbian Literature Cambridge University Press, New York. ISBN 978-1-107-03521-8 Recent Lesbian/Sapphic Historical FictionWar and Solace (Tales from Norvegr #3) by Edale Lane Cities of Women by Kathleen B. Jones Let the Waters Roar by Geonn Cannon The Heart of the Banshee (series #2) by Carolyn Elizabeth A Lady to Treasure by Marianne Ratcliffe Mary and the Birth of Frankenstein by Anne Eekhout Western Blue by Suzie Clarke Deeds and Words: A Sapphic Historical Mystery (Louisa & Ada #2) by Sarah Bell Lovesick Blossoms by Julia Watts Other Titles of InterestMenewood (The Light of the World #2) by Nicola Griffith Unsettled by Patricia Reis Gin, Turpentine, Pennyroyal, Rue by Christine Higdon A Glimpse into Your Soul by Char Dafoe Songs of Irie by Asha Ashanti Bromfield What I've been consumingA Study in Garnet by Meredith Rose Thornhedge by T. Kingfisher The Adventures of Amina al-Sirafi by Shannon Chakraborty A Nobleman's Guide to Seducing a Scoundrel by K.J. Charles Call for submissions for the 2024 LHMP audio short story series. See here for details. A transcript of this podcast is available here. (Interview transcripts added when available.) Links to the Lesbian Historic Motif Project Online Website: http://alpennia.com/lhmp Blog: http://alpennia.com/blog RSS: http://alpennia.com/blog/feed/ Twitter: @LesbianMotif Discord: Contact Heather for an invitation to the Alpennia/LHMP Discord server The Lesbian Historic Motif Project Patreon Links to Heather Online Website: http://alpennia.com Email: Heather Rose Jones Mastodon: @heatherrosejones@Wandering.Shop Bluesky: @heatherrosejones Facebook: Heather Rose Jones (author page)
This week we have the absolute HONOR of hearing from bestselling author, Toni Collier. Toni is best known as Founder of the International Women's Ministry: Broken Crayons Still Color Author of :Broken Crayons Still Color, and Brave Enough to Be Broken, Overcomer Podcast host: Still Coloring Mom of 2 Believes that anyone can thrive despite their past struggles and that God can use them to make beautiful things I promise you won't be able to walk away from this conversation without a giggle fit and some smiles- she should add comedian to the list of things she does! In this episode you'll learn - why it's important to own the gifts God gave you - where true confidence is found (not where you think) - how God uses even the most broken parts of you for beautiful things I pray this blesses you friend!
In this episode Signe interviews Dr. Amy Voedisch for Part Two of the Three Part menopause series navigating the physical aspects of menopause, such as hormone therapy considerations, body changes, sex in midlife, and more. Dr. Voedisch attended Mayo Medical School and completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara and a Fellowship in Family Planning at Stanford School of Medicine. She has a Masters in Epidemiology and Clinical Science Research from Stanford as well. Dr. Voedisch is passionate about providing comprehensive reproductive healthcare to all women at any stage in their lives. She specializes in contraception, family planning, and menopause and is a certified practitioner of The Menopause Society. She has a particular interest in international healthcare and serves as a consultant through the Stanford Program for International Reproductive Education and Services (SPIRES). She's also a member of the Bay Area Leadership Council for the International Women's Health Coalition. To learn more about Dr. Amy Voedisch, see her biography here.
Ruth Lawrence and Luke Lawrence talk to Krissy Holmes about their upcoming film, Party Pirate.
Women Around the World: Partnering Together to Strengthen the Global Church We share the same struggles. We serve the same Christ. We live in radically different contexts, but the truth is, we are ALL called to live missionally! In this series we will hear from women around the world about how we can partner together to strengthen the Global Church. Connect to Evah Mugari: I am Evah Mugari, married to Jorum. We have been married for 22 years and have two teenage children: Roseanne (19) and Adrian (17). We live in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. We are members of Living Hope Church and love being part of this community. I enjoy traveling, cooking, and reading. I have a BA in Divinity, a Master's in Development Studies, and a Certificate in Biblical Counselling. My ministry experience is in worship, bible studies, teaching, mentoring, and counseling. We are missionaries with Mission To The World (MTW) responsible for theological education for the Presbytery of Bulawayo. I am the Women's Ministry Coordinator for the Presbytery. We are passionate about training and discipling men and women leaders so that Zimbabwe and Africa can have a healthy church that is both reformed and covenantal. I praise God that I can play a small part (service) in His grand kingdom mission. https://www.mtw.org/missionaries/details/mugari-zimbabwe-international-associates Connect to Nosizo Nakah My name is Nosizo Nakah, married to Victor. We have two adult children, Nothabo, 31, who is married to Percy, with our two grandchildren, Rumbi 28, who is in the process of completing an MA in Law. We have been part of the Bulawayo City Presbyterian Church, Zimbabwe, for 25 years. I have been involved in the music team and leading a women's Bible study, encouraging them to be independent readers of scripture. I trained first as a high school teacher, worked for ten years, and later did an MA in librarianship and worked in the local seminary library. Presently, we are MTW missionaries living in South Africa. We're part of a young church plant, Renewal Fellowship, with a number of discipleship needs. I am excited to be part of the team to help disciple women in my context. https://mtw.org/missionaries/details/victor-and-nosizo-nakah Connect to Mission to the World (MTW): https://www.mtw.org/ Connect to International Women's Ministry (CDM): https://women.pcacdm.org/international/
Phones: 1-213-267-7787 (USA), +44 2081 036051 (UK) On episode 360 of The Neutral Corner boxing podcast, host Michael Montero is joined by women's boxing historian Malissa Smith to talk about the upcoming ten-year anniversary for the International Women's Boxing Hall of Fame (IWBHF). Next, Montero reviews the lopsided mismatch between Canelo Alvarez and Jermell Charlo, which disappointed many fans. Last, Montero previews this week's schedule. Leigh Wood faces Josh Warrington in the UK, while Gilberto Ramirez and Joe Smith fight in the USA. https://youtube.com/live/Ws3kVc7vKfA
Stacey Grant-Canham is the creative director and founder of Black & Beech, a feminist fashion brand. Founded in 2016 they sell via their Shopify site. Black & Beech are a 6-figure retailer and are currently doing double last year's sales.In this episode we discuss:Incorporating political and social issues into the brandHave a strong presence on special occasions or holidaysThe impact of mindset on Stacey's business growthWhy you need good people in a business for it to growTime stamps:[06:48] Develop, sell, and expand product range consciously.[11:03] Black & Beach's success after mindset shift.[15:43] Taking business seriously and scaling with good people.[19:02] Challenges with Royal Mail strikes and growth.[22:32] Campaigning for International Women's Day drove traffic.Free 1 Hour Consultation with Connected Sourcing >> https://ecmp.info/sourcing Save 15% with Zitec >> https://ecmp.info/zitec Apply to join Chloe's Free eCommerce Club! >> https://ecmp.info/clubGet all the links and resources we mention & join our email list at https://ecmp.infoLove the show? Chloe would love your feedback - leave a review here: https://ecmp.info/review or reply to the episode Q&A on Spotify.Interested in being a Sponsor? go here: https://ecmp.info/sponsor This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podsights - https://podsights.com/privacy
“My goal in training is to build a student's reflexes not just memorizing a technique. Building reflexes by discarding the drills, and eventually being able to free flow, so you can react to any angle of attack, if you train that way you will never be caught off guard because you are prepared for any line of attack, it doesn't matter the trajectory of the weapon because you have already trained it, as opposed to set techniques that may not fit the situation.” – Graciela CasillasMy guest this episode is Graciela Casillas who is a former Boxing and Kickboxing World Champion. She was the first athlete to simultaneously hold both titles. She was originally a student of Taekwondo and full-contact Karate and a 3rd degree Black Belt in Kenpo and Kodenkan Jujitsu. She was trained as an instructor by legends like Guro Dan Inosanto and Grandmaster Angel Cabales and is currently a college Academic Counselor and Educator. She was awarded Black Belt Magazine's and Inside Kung-Fu Magazine's "Woman of the Year" in 1989 and inducted into the Martial Arts Hall of Fame. In 2020, she was inducted into the International Women's Boxing Hall of Fame.This episode is all about trailblazing your own path in this world. My key takeaway is that as martial artists we should all evolve and develop our own expression and style of movement. We begin our training by imitating and emulating our teachers, but we must continue the path of exploration and discover our strengths and weaknesses, and from their look for our own unique opportunities for growth. From this growth we will learn valuable lessons that will lead to the creation of a better version of ourselves. We also dive deep into teaching and training philosophies and how to discover your own truth. Graciela Casillas is an educator and true martial arts pioneer who inspired paved the way for women in combat sports. Tune in and enjoy a fantastic episode.
This week I have the indomitable Michele Hughes to guest who runs the "Timeless and Ageless" podcast where she interviews leading experts in anti-ageing to entrepreneurship to health and fitness. Michele has tapped into the extraordinary knowledge of so many exceptional achievers and continues to learn and develop herself and share with her audiences. We both share a passion for longevity, anti-aging, entrepreneurship and learning from the best in the world and in this interview Michele shares her valuable insights. BIO Michele Hughes has 25 years of luxury real estate development experience primarily in resort locations like Las Vegas, Hawaii, Aspen, Baja, Idaho and San Francisco. She created a hospitality division of her real estate development company where many VIP/Celebrities selected her properties for their private vacations. Throughout her successful career Ms. Hughes has been an active spokesperson and volunteer for worthy causes. She is experienced in the media having both produced and anchored TV/Radio shows in Aspen and San Francisco that focused on good news media with inspiring interviews showcasing celebrities and ordinary people doing extraordinary things. Michele has accomplished many of her goals exemplifying her commitment to well being in her life. Currently she is the host of the longevity focused Ageless and Timeless podcast featured on the Muscle and Fitness digital platform and United Broadcasting Network . City Sports Magazine featured her as a busy top executive role model for Fitness and Health. Arthur Ashe's National Junior Tennis League, The Regional Olympics Committee, The Buck Center on Anti Aging, Dr Barry Sears and Dr Stephen Sinatra's venture called The Zone Cafe, are advisory positions Ms. Hughes has held. Michele is a member of the most prestigious women's leadership organization called the International Women's Forum and she has received Glamour Magazine's award twice for their annual article featuring The Top Ten Business Women. A huge believer in philanthropy, Ms. Hughes has given her time and resources to numerous charities and causes such as the United Way, Wilcox Hospital, and Jazz Aspen. Ms. Hughes has a BA degree in English from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, an MA degree from Hofstra in NY, the core curriculum for an MBA at Golden Gate in SF and graduate study at Oxford England. Michele is an avid athlete and fitness enthusiast. She is single and divides her time between her home in the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles. Health Optimisation and Life Coaching with Lisa Tamati Lisa offers solution focused coaching sessions to help you find the right answers to your challenges. 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