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Highlights:The insider Truth about Divorce Litigation (the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly)?2. Why Collaborative Law is the way of now and the future?3. How to navigate the legal system AND heal inside hiring Pamela4. Stories of what is possible for peaceful, win-win separation and divorce events5. Meet a rare and unique woman who has profound healing abilities and is a 25+ year esteemed lawyer – helping you positively navigate the experience.Subscribe, Like, Comment. I read them & appreciate your support! :) I'm speaking with Pamela Pacetti who is known for her holistic approach to family law. Rather than being a regular healer and coach – Pamela offers something totally unique – she is a seasoned attorney who is a powerful see-er and healer for a woman's separation and divorce journey. She integrates her legal career to help clients through the emotional and spiritual aspects of the experience, using her training in Collaborative Law and Mediation, as well as her healing abilities in: Shamanic Healing; Energy Healing; Mediumship; Meditation; Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique; and Transpersonal Hypnotherapy. Pamela received her Juris Doctorate, cum laude, and concentrated on divorce and family law for 25 years. Trained in collaborative law and mediation, today, Pamela is an intuitive medium and a certified life and spiritual soul coach. Using her intuitive gifts and legal training, her coaching program: Divorce in the Age of Aquarius – The Way of the Divine Feminine ™ provides women with legal insights, as well as the spiritual insights that shift the drama of divorce into a sacred journey. Pamela is the author of “Divorce, Holistically Yours: Learn Essential Knowledge of the Legal Process and How Divorce Can Be a Catalyst for Your Soul's Evolution.” Her mission is to take the mystery out of the legal process, and to show women how to reclaim their sovereignty, shift their perspective, end repeated relationship patterns, and find true healing. Learn more: www.PamelaPacetti.comAward-winning "Dare to Dream" podcast, enjoyed by listeners for 15+ years with host, Debbi Dachinger, offers cutting-edge conversation on metaphysics, quantum creating, channeling, healing, UFO's, paranormal and extraterrestrials.Join me on Instagram: @daretodreampodcast and @debbidachingerDebbi Dachinger is a Media Visibility certified coach who offers group and private sessions - she coaches you to write a highly engaging book, other service is a fully-done-for-the-author guaranteed international bestselling book launch, runs an anthology book program where she coaches your authors in the book compilation to write their chapter and produces a successful, start to finish, themed anthology book, and last, she teaches how to be Interviewed on radio and podcast shows to get ma$$ive results. Get your free media gift and start being visible now: https://debbidachinger.com/gift#podcast #DebbiDachinger #DareToDream #Instagood #instalove #instawork #instapeople #instatime #health #quantum #Book #spiritual #consciousness #metaphysical #et #transformation #meditate #ceremony #alien #love #beautiful #happy #tbt #followme #nofilter #life #yoga #amazing #FBF #media #podcaster #paranormal #listening #channel #extraterrestrial #wellness #meditation #relationship #love #ceremony #heal #interview #ufo #PamelaPacetti #law #lawyer #divorce #mediumship #legal #family #ShamanicHealing #Reiki #EnergyHealing #Mediumship #Tarot #Divination Tools #Meditation #QuantumHealingHypnosisTechnique #QHHT #Mediation #LifeCoach #TranspersonalHypnotherapy #CollaborativeLaw #SpiritualCoaching #FamilyLaw The show is sponsored by DrDainHeer.com and Access Consciousness.
How Men Can Create Friendships As Adults(a.k.a. The Epidemic Of Male Loneliness)I have seen an epidemic of male loneliness in my clients over the past decade. This observation is borne out by research. Men are socialized to be self-reliant, to fear intimacy, to be stoic, and to be tough. This leads to a loss of friendships as we age for most men. Other factors entering into this epidemic include divorce, moving for employment, difficulty with repairing relationships after conflict, and more. What's more, loneliness has been shown to be as dangerous for our physical health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day. Lonely people are 50% more likely to die than those with social connections. And more than 50% of the U.S. reports feeling lonely and isolated. Given that there is a problem with loneliness for men, what do we DO about it? How can we begin to build new connections to prevent loneliness and isolation?Join me in a revealing and useful conversation with Sean Doyle, poet, lawyer and positive psychology professor. About Our Guest:John “Sean” Doyle is poet and lawyer and taught psychology at North Carolina State University for close to a decade. Sean has worked on matters of happiness, meaning and resilience with a wide range of individuals and groups, including army drill sergeants, federal appellate judges, Buddhist monks, and foreign governments. Called the “poetic voice of positive psychology,” Sean's essays and stories are invitations to inject more hope, affection and meaning into the world. His book, Mud and Dreams, is a call to embrace everything that is hard and beautiful about the world, so that we may fall even deeper in love with life. Sean studied philosophy at Rutgers, received his Juris Doctorate from Loyola University-New Orleans, and his Masters of Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. A husband and father of three, Sean lives and writes in North Carolina. For more, please visit www.JohnSeanDoyle.com, or contact Sean directly at LiveFully@JohnSeanDoyle.com.If you like what you've heard at The Evolved Caveman podcast, support us by subscribing, leaving reviews on Apple podcasts. Every review helps to get the message out! Please share the podcast with friends and colleagues.Follow Dr. John Schinnerer on| Instagram | Instagram.com/@TheEvolvedCaveman| Facebook | Facebook.com/Anger.Management.Expert| Twitter | Twitter.com/@JohnSchin| LinkedIn | Linkedin.com/in/DrJohnSchinnererOr join the email list by visiting: GuideToSelf.comPlease visit our YouTube channel and remember to Like & Subscribe!https://www.youtube.com/user/jschinnererEditing/Mixing/Mastering by: Brian Donat of B/Line Studios www.BLineStudios.com
How do you talk about race with a person you love yet disagree with? For this Women of Color Rise episode, Analiza talks with Kriste Dragon, CEO of the Pahara Institute. Prior to Pahara, Kriste was the Co-founder and CEO of Citizens of the World, a national network of tuition-free schools committed to serving diverse communities across the country. Kriste has also been a middle school teacher, instructor at UCLA, and board chair for several charter schools, and Vice President of Regional Operations for Teach For America. She has grounded her life and work in the fundamental belief that all children deserve the opportunity to realize their full potential. Kriste holds a Juris Doctorate from the University of Georgia and a bachelor's degree in communications from the University of Alabama. Kriste shares how her mother's passing during COVID has made her wish she had embraced difficult conversations like race. She shares practices to help ground these conversations: Have the conversation now; don't delay. Life is too short. Decide if she is here to understand or be understood. Seek to understand before trying to be understand. Remember that her mom is her biggest support Be the love that Kriste and her mom are both seeking Be willing to be a friend instead of a daughter See our mothers as whole; help her process Kriste also shares how her father's fight with cancer is having her see life from a macro-view with her family and children. How can we set priorities and be more conscious and deliberate about decisions about where to live and include our family to get input? How can we live aligned with our values and purpose? Get full show notes and more information here: https://analizawolf.com/ep-43-how-to-talk-to-your-parents-about-race-with-kriste-dragon
Attorney Sharline S. Green's estate planning practice offers targeted solutions to individuals and families, planning their lives and securing their futures. She specializes in guiding her clients with compassion and respect, honoring the uniqueness in each person, while providing them with the critical information needed to make the financial and legal decisions necessary to protect themselves and their loved ones, accomplish their desired goals, and leave a legacy for the next generation. Whatever your story, Sharline will help you capture it and preserve it. Sharline received her Juris Doctorate degree from Emory University School of Law in 2002. She also received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Economy, cum laude, from Andrews University. Prior to starting her first law practice in 2004, The Law Office of Green & Associates, P.C., Sharline worked for two Metro Atlanta law firms, Dewrell Sacks, LLC and Burroughs & Keene, LLC. She was also a law clerk at the Southern Center for Human Rights in Atlanta, Georgia, from 2001 to 2002, where she researched and analyzed, various issues associated with death row inmates, and prisoner's rights. In June, 2014, Sharline was the featured Attorney for the Attorney's Corner in the Atlanta Tribune Magazine, titled “Sharline Green, Esq. Real Estate Lawyer Protects Families and Children.” Her decision to focus on the Elder Law, Trusts, and Estate Planning practice area is based on this desire to protect families and children by securing their futures through guided planning. Website : http://www.sgreenpclaw.com. Follow Sharline on Instagram @sgreenpclaw LinkedIn Sharline S. Green, Esq ; Facebook Sharline Saunders Green #estateplanning #lawschooladvice #lawyerlife #estate_planning #inspirational --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whataword/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whataword/support
On today's episode Monica is speaking with Shana Scott who serves as VP of Health Strategies here in Atlanta with the American Heart Association and has been a public health leader that has worked at the intersection of public health, law, community advocacy and policy for almost 20 years. Shana has held roles at Barnes Healthcare Services, the Georgia Department of Public Health and has taught health policy and policy evaluation methods at the University of Georgia since 2018. She holds a Juris Doctorate, a Master's Degree in Public Health, & a Bachelor of Science in Biology. She joins us today to talk heart health and so, so much more. Episode Quote: Take care of your body. It's the only place you have to live. ~ Jim Rohn Shana's Contact info: Shana M. Scott, JD, MPH - VP Health Strategies - Atlanta American Heart Association 10 Glenlake Parkway | South Tower, Suite 400 | Atlanta, GA | 30328 O 678.224.2004 | M 706.294.8962 Reduce the Stress Episode Sponsor - Become Your Own Boss Planner Helpful Entrepreneurial Resources from Become Your Own Boss Monica FREE ebook The best way to train team members - Trainual Link Get the 30 point checklist for building a clothing brand at www.zeuscloset.com/checklist Ways to reach Monica: Instagram: @becomeyourownbosspodcast Email: email@example.com Follow me on Clubhouse - @monicaallen2 Join my Clubhouse Club - Become Your Own Boss - Social Media Room hosted each Thursday at 10AM EST. Who is Monica? Monica Allen grew up in a small town in Georgia with her single mom who had her at age 18, her grandmother and uncle. Living below the poverty line for all of her young life, Monica was determined to break the cycle. Being the first in her immediate family to attend a 4 year university, Monica worked in the field of insurance as a benefits broker for 8 years and earned her Masters in Business Administration. Leaving to set out on her entrepreneurial journey in 2005, she is now a serial entrepreneur owning several businesses. She is co-founder of Zeus' Closet, stuff4GREEKS and Deuce Equity Group. She is the sole proprietor of Monica Allen Interiors and an Amazon Bestseller (The Fearless Entrepreneurs: Fear Less; Be More). She loves equipping aspiring entrepreneurs, side hustlers and small business owners with tips to launch, grow and scale their business while avoiding the many pitfalls of entrepreneurship. She believes that being surrounded by positive people, believing in yourself, and having faith in God has led to her success. Have some Feedback? If you enjoyed this episode, please share it with your friends or fellow entrepreneurs. Don't forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcast, Pandora, Amazon or wherever you get your podcast to get automatic episode updates for "Become Your Own Boss!" And, finally, please take a minute to leave an honest review and rating on iTunes or Audible. This truly is what helps the podcast grow. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/becomeyourownboss/message
Chris Meyer has been a funeral home owner for the last fourteen years. In addition to learning many things about love, loss, and life, his entrepreneurial spirit drove him to create two other funeral homes from the ground up. In doing so, he obtained fourteen loans over a ten-year period. As he was assembling yet another loan package for a bank one day, he thought there has got to be an easier way. He created a prototype and showed it to a friend. Together they built magillaloans.com, an anonymous loan search engine that educates and empowers all borrowers in the loan process. Meyer has a Juris Doctorate and Master's in Environmental Law (Magna Cum Laude) from Vermont Law School and a BA in Politics and History from Brandeis University. He has been a licensed New York State attorney for over twenty-four years. Prior to his funeral life, he wrote, directed, and produced a low budget film called "Black is White". He has been married for over eighteen years and enjoys coaching his sons in every sport. He is also a member of the Kiwanis Club and Chamber of Commerce in his community. Show Notes: www.thedadedge.com/friday85
Just a few words can make a big difference, and the right words can hit you at the right time to become transformative. My next guest Clifford Barnes embraces every challenge as an opportunity to empower change through dynamic discussion. He brings the issues of healthcare law to his table. Barnes believes that no matter what position or condition you are in, improving health equity in this country will give you an equal shot. How we combine health equity and value-based purchasing in the Medicaid space will address the health inequities in which health disparities exist. Barnes has reinvented himself around health equality and values based contracting as a real incentive for providers, payors, and government to resolve these issues through appropriately structuring the healthcare landscape. One person can make a difference! Prioritizing health equity in the boardroom is his goal. Clifford Barnes is a Shareholder of Epstein Becker Green in the Health Care and Life Sciences Practice in the firm's Washington, DC and New York offices and has been employed with EBG for over 40 years. Clifford Barnes is a transactional attorney and represents providers, including home health and nursing facilities, hospitals, hospital systems, and ancillary service companies and managed care organizations specializing in representing Medicaid managed care companies; non-profit associations, including Medicaid Health Plans of America. Mr. Barnes is the co-founder of Medical Health Plans of America, the national trade association for Medicaid managed care plans. Mr. Barnes represents health plans in provider contracting, including value based contracting. Mr. Barnes counsels clients on mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, contracting, regulatory and insurance issues, and compliance program effectiveness. Most recently, Mr. Barnes has worked with home health companies in connection with a temporary suspension from Medicaid. Mr. Barnes has also worked with EBG Advisors, a consulting firm affiliated with Epstein Becker Green, to implement National Health Insurance in the British Virgin Islands. Mr. Barnes has been recognized as a Super Lawyer in Health Care Law. Prior to law school, Mr. Barnes worked several years in health administration. Mr. Barnes has a Bachelor's in Business Administration from Pace University, an MBA in Health Administration from Cornell University and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Virginia, where he served on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Natural Resources Law.
Vickie Brett was born and raised in Southern California and through the Inclusive Education Project she focuses on advocating and educating families about their legal rights. Vickie is committed to strengthening her clients who come to her disheartened and beaten down by the current education system. Because Vickie is bilingual, she represents and empowers many monolingual Spanish-speaking families. She is a dedicated pro bono attorney for the Superior Court of Los Angeles's Juvenile and Dependency 317(e) Panel and in the past was a supervising attorney for the UCI Law School's Special Education Law Project. Amanda Selogie received a bachelor's degree in Child and Adolescent Development, specializing in Education from California State University, Northridge and a Juris Doctorate from Whittier Law School where she served as a Fellow in the prestigious Center for Children's Rights Fellowship Program and served in the school's pro-bono Special Education Legal Clinic. Amanda immersed herself in the world of civil rights and educational advocacy through her work in education, empowerment and advocacy with the Inclusive Education project, supporting inclusion in early education through her appointment to the Orange County Child Care and Development Planning Council and their Inclusion Collaborative Committee, previous work serving as a supervising attorney for UCI Law School's Education Rights Pro-bono project and coaching of AYSO's VIP (Very Important Player) program coaching players living with disabilities and creating an inclusive soccer program. Join us for this important discussion about creating Individualized Education Programs so students can learn and thrive, addressing systemic problems in the education system, and making sure there is understanding and collaboration when developing plans. IN THIS EPISODE, WE DISCUSS: Vickie and Amanda's journey creating a non-profit to address systemic problems in the education system and advocate for low-income families. The most common challenge when developing IEPs. Having open conversations with educators, administrators, and families about student disabilities, learning styles, and their expectations. Handling difficult moments when collaborating to create a plan that fits the best interest of the child. RESOURCES AND LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Connect with The Inclusive Education Project on Instagram and Facebook or send them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Join The Inclusive Education Project Podcast Facebook group Listen to The Inclusive Education Project Podcast. Learn more about Rebel Educator, explore our professional development opportunities for educators and students, and check out our project library Visit us at UP Academy to learn more about our personalized and inclusive learning environment Connect with Tanya and UP Academy on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram and learn more about her journey here Check out my book Rebel Educator: Create Classrooms Where Impact and Imagination Meet: amzn.to/3AcwlfF Enjoying the show? Leave us a rating and review and help more people find us! bit.ly/RebelEducatorApplePodcasts We'd love it if you could take a few minutes to fill out this survey to let us know how we can bring you the best possible content: forms.gle/JcKHf9DHTZnYUmQr6 Interested in being on the Rebel Educator podcast? Fill out this form and we'll reach out to you if we think you'd be a great fit for an upcoming episode. forms.gle/zXR2KGPK3WEmbrRZ6 Want to learn more about opening your own UP Academy? Check out the Rebel Educator Accelerator: www.rebeleducator.com/courses/the-accelerator MORE ABOUT THE REBEL EDUCATOR PODCAST: In each episode of the Rebel Educator podcast, I deconstruct world-class educators, students, and thought leaders in education to extract the tactics, tools, and routines that you can use as teachers and parents. Join me as we discuss how to shift the classroom, the learning environment, the mindset, and the pedagogy, to resist tradition, reignite wonder, and re-imagine the future of education. This podcast is dedicated to all of the educators who work thankless hours to make our next generation the best it can be. It was designed to begin conversations on how we can redesign education for the future of work and the success of our students. It is meant for teachers, students, administrators, homeschoolers and anyone who interacts with and teaches youth.
Do you want equity, diversity, and inclusion to become the tapestry you need to move forward? Are you willing to step out of the box as a Leader to evaluate what you're doing? Prioritizing equity, diversity, and inclusion as a Leader and organization, is beneficial for your Human Capital, and an opportunity for progress and gain. In this Episode 105 of the Legendary Leaders Podcast, we have Joann Wortham, Author of ‘EDI is the New Black', an experienced RN, MSN, JD, certified in Patient Safety, Quality and Risk management (CPPS, CPHQ, CPHRM). She's also a seasoned International Thought Leader who uses insight from lived experiences, along with her background in Education, Healthcare, Business, and Risk management to create novel approaches to today's most critical workplace concerns. She has over twenty years of experience, a Master of Science in Nursing Education, and a Juris Doctorate. Listen in to learn why organizations paying attention to equity, diversity, and inclusion are the ones that will experience success. You will also learn how organizations can address discriminatory conduct events, to eliminate discrimination and hostile work environments. This podcast is sponsored by InnerProfessional online training programs. With courses geared specifically for Legendary Leaders, InnerProfessional provides an extraordinary catalog of leadership and professional development programs unlike any online training you've experienced before. Key Takeaways: How to be a learning organization in EDI work – how it helps your employees and company. Why we need to be brave to step out of the narrative that some roles belong to some genders. How to pay attention to diversity by looking for the positive core in your organization and spreading it. Why equity should come before diversity because everyone needs equal resources for competition to be on the same level. How to lead with diversity and inclusion and build a community that follows your example. Episode timeline: [1:13] Intro [5:37] How Joann got into equity, diversity, and inclusion work and the power of EDI work in organizations. [12:21] Social redlining – how it impacts the workplace, and why we need to change that narrative. [16:50] The importance of measuring EDI and building a diverse community that care for everyone. [23:11] How to let go of saneness and comfort and embrace leading with diversity conversations. [30:40] How she was conditioned to keep quiet and her experience carrying that conditioning to the workplace. [36:19] She shares her discriminatory experiences and how they inspired her passion for diversity in organizations. [45:43] The role organizations can play in addressing discriminatory conduct events to eliminate discrimination. [53:57] She explains why she puts equity first, followed by diversity and inclusion. [1:01:11] Joann on what it means for her to feel included and be allowed to show up authentically at work. [1:11:21] The difference between equity and equality and why we need to rethink what we call fair. [1:17:29] Why organizations need to shift their hiring practices to avoid people hiring themselves multiple times. [1:21:11] Understand that equity, diversity, and inclusion is not a problem to be solved but an opportunity for gain. Quotes: “When you bring women into a boardroom, it is a proven fact that you make better decisions.”- Joann Wortham [9:22] “If you want to move ahead, you're going to have to lean towards diversity.”- Joann Wortham [26:33] “As more organizations lean toward addressing discriminatory conduct events, the less it will be.”- Joann Wortham [49:12] “Just because we work in the same team, we have a similar role doesn't mean we have the same path to get there.”- Cathleen Merkel [1:10:36] Find | Joann Wortham Business Website: https://culturesteps.com/ On LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joann-wortham/ Book: EDI is the New Black Bio: Joann Wortham is a seasoned International Thought Leader who uses insight from lived experiences along with her background in Education, Healthcare, Business, and Risk Management to create novel approaches to today's most critical workplace concerns. With over twenty years of experience, as well as a Master's of Science in Nursing Education and a Juris Doctorate, Ms. Wortham has presented and consulted for such prestigious groups as the Institute of Healthcare Improvement and Yale Health. She was also a consultant and contributor for the American Society of Healthcare Risk Management (ASHRM) Human Capital Playbook.Her new book is entitled EDI is the New Black:Lead the Market with Diverse Teams About Cathleen Merkel: As a Thought Leader in the Mindset & (Self-) Leadership space, Cathleen supports high achieving, worn-out women create a more content & balanced life without sacrificing their hard-earned success. Following a simple 6 step framework, Cathleen helps you not only reconnect with your inner feminine side; but also supports you to rediscover your REAL YOU! Cathleen focuses on women who have lost their sense of purpose, who feel they are ‘running in a hamster wheel', trying to please everyone but themselves. She helps you to turn your careers, your social connections and personal life around so that you will start feeling fulfilled and excited again about the days to come. At the end of the process, Cathleen's clients will feel healthier, happier, energised and clear about their future. With over 15 years of Leadership experience in Retail, Media & Broadcasting, Engineering and Property Investment, Cathleen has not only experienced the challenges and opportunities of a Female Leader herself; she has also been leading and supporting various Leadership Development initiatives within large, complex, multinational matrix organisations. Only by deeply experiencing her very own personal life challenges – ‘hitting a wall experiences' –was Cathleen able to redefine her own purpose, deciding to bring ease and content to as many women as possible on the planet! 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In this episode, we pass the mic to Abigail Dean to discuss joining the board. Abigail Dean is an Assistant State Attorney at the 13th Judicial Circuit. She obtained by Juris Doctorate at Stetson University College of Law. Her undergraduate institution was the University of South Florida, where she obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration. Her favorite hobbies are reading books, volunteering, and enjoying the company with friends and family. Fun fact: Her favorite thing to watch are 90s comedy shows. www.journeytoesquire.com email@example.com @JourneytoEsquire --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/journey-to-esquire/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/journey-to-esquire/support
Michael Francis is a founder and the managing member of Francis Investment Counsel LLC. He has been advising qualified retirement plan clients since 1988. He holds a B.A. degree in economics from Carleton College and a Juris Doctorate degree from Marquette University Law School. Mike has been a featured columnist for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel as the “401(k) Advisor” since 1995 and is a frequent public speaker on retirement plan governance and investment issues. In 2006, PLANSPONSOR Magazine named Mike one of the “Top 25 Retirement Plan Advisors” in the country. In 2018, PLANSPONSOR Magazine named Francis Investment Counsel “Retirement Plan Adviser of the Year” in the Large Team category. Mike is a member of the American Bar Association (ABA). Listen to this insightful RIA episode with Michael Francis about trends in the Retirement Plan Marketplace. Here is what to expect on this week's show: - How the bulk of any firm's success is predicated on the quality of its people. - Why the retirement planning industry must change. - Why the retirement plan advising industry is fraught with conflicting interests. - How conflicting advice can cost people a lot of money in unnecessary costs. - How people should be having conversations about their 401ks now. Connect with Michael: Links Mentioned: francisinvco.com Guest Contact Info: Twitter @francisinv Facebook facebook.com/FranchiseInvestmentCounsel LinkedIn linkedin.com/company/francis-investment-counsel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Clive Davis began his professional career as a corporate transactional lawyer with a Wall Street law firm headquartered in NY, with assignments in Menlo Park, CA, and Hong Kong, China. He spent six years as in-house counsel, in a variety of roles, with the then-biggest pharmaceutical company in the world, before transitioning into the compliance space where he ultimately served as the chief compliance officer for a Belgian biopharma's America business. Clive has been investing in and self-managing his real estate investments since 1999 and is currently invested in over 2,000 multifamily doors and 317 hotel keys. After twenty years of corporate life, Clive made an entrepreneurial pivot full-time into the world of commercial real estate where he is currently focused primarily on the acquisition, ownership, and operation of large-scale multifamily communities and is a general partner with over $70M of assets under management. Clive has been a regular on the multifamily podcast speaker circuit and is also a regular panelist and meetup guest sharing his passion for real estate and its connection to the creation of generational wealth. Most recently he was a panelist at the African American Real Estate Professionals (AAREP) - Atlanta Chapter hosted the event: Wealth Building in Minority Communities. Clive is a National Apartment Association (NAA) certified apartment manager (CAM). He holds a Juris Doctorate from the Columbia University School of Law and is admitted to practice in New Jersey, New York, and before the Court of International Trade. He holds an M.A. from SUNY at Albany and a B.A., with high honors, from Rutgers University. In this episode, Clive advises listeners to think about investing in a three to five-year timeframe, and not do a deal with someone if they're not expecting to be financially invested for that amount of time. She emphasizes that it's important not to rely on trust alone when investing in multifamily properties – both as a partner and as an investor. To learn more about Clive and his work, listeners can visit Park Royal Capital! [00:01 - 02:26] Forming A Relationship With Your Prospective Investors Clive shares that partnership is important in real estate investing, as it is in any other business [02:27 - 07:28] How A Bus Tour Allows To Connect With Investors And Developers He has found that knowing your prospective partners better through investing has helped to form a deeper connection Bus tours help to deepen the connection between investors and developers Social media platforms can help to remember important information about a prospective partner He describes how the community was created on a bus tour was beneficial for networking and building relationships [07:29 - 16:41] Closing Segment Clive emphasizes the importance of being willing to share information and helping others to receive benefits back To learn more about Clive and his work, listeners can visit Park Royal Capital! Tweetable Quotes: “When I think about the conversations that could be, and some of the conversations that might have to take place. I would much rather have those conversations with a friend. So whatever you can do to strengthen that relationship, you definitely need to be doing that.” – Clive Davis “That whole “No-like” concept. It applies to partners, but it definitely applies to prospective investors. And so, you've got to do whatever you can to, not only establish that, but to maintain that, and nurture that over time.” – Clive Davis Connect with Clive through his: Website: Park Royal Capital LinkedIn: Clive Davis Facebook: Clive Davis Instagram: Clive Davis LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode. Are you confused about where to start? Join our community and learn more about real estate investing. Head over to our Facebook Page, Youtube Channel, or website https://www.theacademypresents.com/jointhesummit36848306. Connect with Lorren Capital, LLC. for syndicated multifamily investments, https://lorrencapital.com/. To learn more about me, visit my LinkedIn profile, and connect with me.
This week we're replaying a classic episode where your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Jim M. Perdue, Sr. and Jim M. Perdue, Jr of Perdue and Kidd (https://www.perdueandkidd.com/). Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here to Rate and Review Episode Details: Texas trial lawyers Jim M. Perdue, Sr. and Jim M. Perdue, Jr. -- Perdue & Kidd's father-and-son trial team -- take a look back at the first case they ever tried together. Listen as this accomplished trial team explains how they secured justice for the wrongful death of a patient who died as a result of the negligence of a nurse anesthetist during routine orthopedic surgery. In September 1997, 40-year-old Mark Alexander was scheduled to undergo arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder, but the anesthesiologist left him in the hands of an inexperienced nurse anesthetist, who failed to provide Mark with adequate ventilation during the surgery and neglected to record Mark's heart rate for 17 minutes. As a result, Mark was deprived of adequate blood flow to the brain for 10 to 14 minutes and remained in a coma for two weeks before passing away on October 3, 1997. Involved in the case while Mark was still in a coma, Jim M. Perdue, Sr. was able to collect powerful pieces of evidence he presented at trial: phone recordings and messages from Mark's family. In spite of the defense's attempts to cast blame on the other anesthesiologists and professional associations named in the lawsuit or to distance themselves from having any role in Mark's medical care, the father-and-son legal team was able to hold the doctors accountable for their contribution to Mark's substandard care and proximate cause of death. Jim M. Perdue, Sr. and Jim M. Perdue, Jr. strategically engaged the jury's senses with impressive storytelling and by sharing a visual timeline of the tragic events, a video of Mark languishing in a coma and the hard data comparison of the anesthetist's records versus the medical equipment records. In October 1999, a Harris County, Texas jury unanimously found the four defendants negligent and awarded $3.6 million in damages to Mark's wife and surviving parents. View/Download Trial Documents Guest Bios: Jim M. Perdue, Sr: Jim M. Perdue, Sr. is Of Counsel to Perdue & Kidd. Mr. Perdue received both his Bachelor of Science cum laude and his Juris Doctorate cum laude from the University of Houston. Mr. Perdue has had over five decades of success in securing substantial and in some cases unprecedented multi-million dollar verdicts and recoveries for his clients. He has lectured across the country, speaking before law schools, scientific associations, medical groups, bar associations, trial lawyer organizations, and colleges of advocacy, delivering over 400 presentations on topics including the substantive law of malpractice and product liability, professional responsibility, rules of evidence, the psychology of jury persuasion, special issue submission, and trial strategy and technique. He has authored texts and treatises on the substantive law of medical malpractice and product liability. The appellate courts of Texas have often cited his books, law review, and law journal articles. Moreover, numerous appellate opinions in cases he has prosecuted have pioneered the way for today's victims of negligence, defective products and corporate indifference. In 1989, Forbes magazine dubbed Mr. Perdue “King of the Malpractice Lawyers.” He has been a trailblazer in plaintiffs' litigation for the past fifty plus years. He is one of the most well-known medical malpractice and product liability trial lawyers in Texas. Read Full Bio Here Jim M. Perdue, Jr: Jim M. Perdue, Jr. is a named partner at Perdue & Kidd, with a national practice focusing on trying lawsuits, from cases involving defective medical products and pharmaceutical liability claims to catastrophic injuries of all types. He is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and Medical Professional Liability by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys. He currently serves on the Rules Advisory Committee of the Texas Supreme Court. Jim Perdue Jr. is both an Advocate in the American Board of Trial Advocates and Fellow in the International Society of Barristers. Mr. Perdue is listed among the “Top 100 Attorneys in Texas” in Texas Monthly by Thomson Reuters, where he has been named a “Texas Super Lawyer” since the award was created 11 years ago. He is also named in “The Best Lawyers in America” (Woodward/White 2006-15) for Plaintiff's Personal Injury practice. Jim Perdue Jr. has tried over 30 personal injury cases to jury verdict, including multi-million dollar verdicts for cases involving pharmaceutical liability, workplace injury, and medical malpractice. This includes his $27.6 million dollar verdict against Boston Scientific, listed as one of the largest product liability verdicts of 2014 by the National Law Journal. Jim Perdue Jr. has spoken at over 100 legal seminars and published on a wide range of topics, from trial techniques to tort law. He has made appearances on Good Morning America, Court TV, and local television as a legal commentator on civil justice legislation, automotive safety, and product liability law. Jim Perdue Jr. r attended the University of Texas and graduated summa cum laude. He then received his J.D. cum laude at the University of Houston Law Center and was named their Outstanding Alumnus of the Year in 2006. He is Past-President of the Houston Trial Lawyers Association, Past-Chair of the Professional Negligence Section of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, a member of Leader's Forum of American Association for Justice, a fellow of the Texas and Houston Bar Foundations, and a member of the College of the State Bar of Texas. The Houston Young Lawyers Association honored Jim Perdue Jr. with the Woodrow B. Seals Outstanding Young Attorney Award in 2002. Mr. Perdue serves on the Boards of TIRR Foundation, which is the charitable research arm of TIRR Hospital in Houston, Texas, St. Paul's United Methodist Church Foundation (Houston); and the Silver Spurs Alumni Association. Jim Perdue Jr. is a past director of the Texas Lyceum and Past President of the University of Houston Law Center Alumni Organization. He and his wife Nicole have three sons. 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John F. Karpousis has been practicing law for over two decades, joining Freehill Hogan & Mahar in 1996, where he has been a Partner since January 2002 and currently heads the firm's Workers' Compensation defense practice. He graduated with a B.A. from Rutgers University in 1990, and received his Juris Doctorate from Fordham University School of Law in 1993. Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-karpousis-42a4634/ Freehill Hogan & Mahar: https://www.freehill.com/ Learn more about EmotionTrac and our AI-driven Emotional Intelligence Platform: https://emotiontrac.com/calendly/ https://legal.emotiontrac.com/
Clive Davis began his professional career as a corporate transactional lawyer with a Wall Street law firm headquartered in NY, with assignments in Menlo Park, CA and Hong Kong, China. He spent six years as in-house counsel, in a variety of roles, with the then biggest pharmaceutical company in the world, before transitioning into the compliance space where he ultimately served as the chief compliance officer for a Belgian biopharma's Americas business. Clive has been investing in and self-managing his real estate investments since 1999 and is currently invested in over 2,000 multifamily doors and 317 hotel keys. After twenty years of corporate life, Clive made an entrepreneurial pivot full-time into the world of commercial real estate where he is currently focused primarily on the acquisition, ownership and operation of large-scale multifamily communities and is a general partner with over $70M of assets under management. Clive has been a regular on the multifamily podcast speaker circuit and is also a regular panelist and meetup guest sharing his passion about real estate and its connection to the creation of generational wealth. Most recently he was a panelist at the African American Real Estate Professional's (AAREP) - Atlanta Chapter hosted event: Wealth Building in Minority Communities. Clive is a National Apartment Association (NAA) certified apartment manager (CAM). He holds a Juris Doctorate from the Columbia University School of Law and is admitted to practice in New Jersey, New York, and before the Court of International Trade. He holds a M.A. from SUNY at Albany and a B.A., with high honors, Rutgers University. In this episode, Clive tells us about his journey and how attending a conference led him to start investing in self-directed IRAs. He shares his advice for aspiring real estate investors, emphasizing the importance of networking and leaning from experienced professionals. He emphasizes the importance of documenting your journey and sharing it with others so that they can better understand your motivation and goals. To learn more about Clive and his work, listeners can visit Park Royal Capital! [00:01 - 01:35] Share What You've Learned Angel introduces Clive to the show! He discusses his experience in the multi-family industry and how he got started [01:36 - 15:12] Lay The Groundwork For A Successful Syndicate He discusses the law of the first deal, which stated that if you put in the effort to close a deal early in your career, you are more likely to be successful in subsequent deals He shares his experience of closing two deals within a week of each other, both of which were larger than expected Having connections and people he could call for help when they needed it, which was important for their first deal Social media was a big help for them, as they were able to touch a thousand people with a post or podcast He stressed the importance of being a real estate investor to their family and friends, and not just a lawyer or investor [15:13 - 20:27] Closing Segment Clive advises listeners to share your real estate investing journey online can help others understand your motivations and approach To learn more about Clive and his work, listeners can visit Park Royal Capital! Tweetable Quotes: “When you attend conferences, share that. What were the nuggets? What were the key takeaways? articles that you've read, podcasts, episodes you listened to that you can share. All of that is going to reposition you in the minds of people who have known you for years.” – Clive Davis “If you are an aspirant, don't wait until you get your first deal. You got to be doing that stuff leading up.” – Clive Davis Connect with Clive through his: Website: Park Royal Capital LinkedIn: Clive Davis Facebook: Clive Davis Instagram: Clive Davis LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode. Are you confused about where to start? Join our community and learn more about real estate investing. Head over to our Facebook Page, Youtube Channel, or website https://www.theacademypresents.com/jointhesummit36848306. Connect with Lorren Capital, LLC. for syndicated multifamily investments, https://lorrencapital.com/. To learn more about me, visit my LinkedIn profile, and connect with me.
We close out the November 2022 season covering election analyis with Lee Fink.Lee K. Fink is Chair of the Business Litigation Department for the Brower Law Group. In addition to his experience as a business, employment, and probate litigator, Lee has extensive experience is political law and campaigns and law. He was staff on both Obama Presidential campaigns as a statewide deputy and later voter protection director, a senior advisor for the Hillary Campaign, and a consultant for Stacey Abram's Fair Fight in 2020. Lee served as outside counsel for several Democratic campaigns in 2022. Lee was also the Press Liaison for John Garamendi for Insurance Commissioner in 2002, worked at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC), and has been a volunteer and volunteer leader on numerous campaigns dating back to 1988.Lee served in the Obama Administration during both terms, and lastly as Principal Deputy Counsel at the U.S. Department of Agriculture. He is the Vice Chair of the Democratic Foundation of Orange County and the Lead Counsel for the Democratic Lawyers of Orange County. Lee is a member of the California Democratic State Central Committee (1995-1996; 2003-2016; 2019-Present) and a member of the California Democratic Party Executive Board (2019-Present). Lee ran for Tustin City Council in 2020, finishing fourth (top-3 elected), just 0.65% behind the third-place winner.Lee received his Juris Doctorate from the New York University School of Law and his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from UC Berkeley. He also clerked for the Honorable David O. Carter of the US District Court, Central District.
We close out the November 2022 season covering election analyis with Lee Fink.Lee K. Fink is Chair of the Business Litigation Department for the Brower Law Group. In addition to his experience as a business, employment, and probate litigator, Lee has extensive experience is political law and campaigns and law. He was staff on both Obama Presidential campaigns as a statewide deputy and later voter protection director, a senior advisor for the Hillary Campaign, and a consultant for Stacey Abram's Fair Fight in 2020. Lee served as outside counsel for several Democratic campaigns in 2022. Lee was also the Press Liaison for John Garamendi for Insurance Commissioner in 2002, worked at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC), and has been a volunteer and volunteer leader on numerous campaigns dating back to 1988.Lee served in the Obama Administration during both terms, lastly as Principal Deputy Counsel at the U.S. Department of Agriculture. He is the Vice Chair of the Democratic Foundation of Orange County and the Lead Counsel for the Democratic Lawyers of Orange County. Lee is a member of the California Democratic State Central Committee (1995-1996; 2003-2016; 2019-Present) and a member of the California Democratic Party Executive Board (2019-Present). Lee ran for Tustin City Council in 2020, finishing fourth (top-3 elected), just 0.65% behind the third-place winner.Lee received his Juris Doctorate from the New York University School of Law and his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from UC Berkeley. He also clerked for the Honorable David O. Carter of the US District Court, Central District.
Just as the Mental Health News Radio podcast was partially inspired out of a painful experience with a narcissist and the network of podcasts soon followed (also inspired by yet another narcissist), Kristin's next passion is interviewing attorneys about narcissistic abuse. What happens when you are in a state of complex trauma and PTSD then need a lawyer to help you navigate divorcing a narcissist? Join North Carolina attorney, Lindsey Easterling, as she answers so many questions around this painful process. Lindsey earned her Bachelor's Degree of Psychology in Psychology from Central Michigan University and her Juris Doctorate from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. She has received many awards and accolades over the years. Some of those include, but are not limited to, Top 40 under 40 Lawyers from the National Trial Lawyers, Top 10 Attorney's and Practices as a Family Law Attorney, and has been recognized as one of the Top 10 Best Attorney's for Client Satisfaction from the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys. As if that wasn't enough, she has been recognized as one of Expertise's Best Divorce Lawyers in Charlotte three years in a row, Business North Carolina's Legal Elite three years in a row, and has received Super Lawyers Rising Star recognition 4 years in a row.After the divorce of her own parents when she was in 9th grade she saw how it negatively affected her parents and siblings, even to this day. She is now in a blended family with her own husband and kids. Lindsey has seen first-hand the impacts of divorce and is a huge advocate for women going through it currently.She is interested in enhancing the dichotomy between peace and power and how to achieve both in all situations be it marriage, divorce, motherhood, business, and the like. She is always looking for ways to help others and is eager to be as much of a resource as she can. She helps families transition from the title of Husband and Wife while remaining Mom and Dad forever.Easterling Law Social Links:Website: https://easterlingfamilylaw.co...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/easte...Law Firm Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/east... Personal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lawy...
In Episode 108, our final episode of Season 8, Dax-Devlon Ross, Founder / Principal of Dax-Dev and Third Settlements, joins Melinda in a reflective conversation about the changing landscape of DEI work over the years. They look into systemic shifts in communities and organizations, including the pushback to diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. They explore what Dax-Devlon calls the BIPOC savior syndrome, an issue that incoming BIPOC leaders often face. Dax-Devlon also shares his experience navigating the DEI space as a Black cis man and how we can reflect and set goals to support DEI initiatives moving into 2023 and beyond.About Dax-Devlon Ross (he/him)Dax-Devlon Ross is the author of six books and his journalism has been featured in Time, The Guardian, The New York Times, Virginia Quarterly Review, Nonprofit Quarterly, The Washington Post Magazine and other national publications. He won the National Association of Black Journalists' Investigative Reporting Award for his coverage of jury exclusion in North Carolina courts and is currently a Puffin Writing Fellow at Type Media Center.His most recent book Letters to My White Male Friends, published by St. Martin's Press in June 2021, is a call to action and a reflection on race. Dax details how racism has harmed Black people for generations but has also hurt White people by robbing their lives of fullness and meaningful relationships.A New York City teaching fellow turned non-profit executive, Dax is now a principal at the social impact consultancies, Dax-Dev and Third Settlements, both of which focus on designing disruptive strategies to generate equity in workplaces and education spaces alike. His clients have included The National Urban League, UnidosUS, Amnesty International, Results for America, iMentor, Fund II Foundation, Vera Institute of Justice, the ACLU of New Hampshire, and many others.Dax received his Juris Doctorate from George Washington University. He currently resides in Washington, D.C. with his wife, Alana, and their young children.Find Leading With Empathy & Allyship useful? Subscribe to our podcast and like this episode!For more about Change Catalyst, visit https://ally.cc. There, you'll also find educational resources and highlights from this episode.Connect With Dax-Devlon Ross On SocialLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dax-devlon-ross-69b3749/Twitter: https://twitter.com/daxdevConnect With Us On SocialYouTube: youtube.com/c/changecatalystTwitter: twitter.com/changecatalystsFacebook: facebook.com/changecatalystsInstagram: instagram.com/techinclusionLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/changecatalystsProduction TeamCreator & Host: Melinda Briana EplerCo-Producers: Renzo Santos & Christina Swindlehurst ChanPodcast Rocket: Rob Scheerbarth & Nina Rugeles[Image description: Leading With Empathy & Allyship promo and photos of Dax-Devlon Ross, an African-American man with black hair and facial hair, white button down, and grey suit; his black and white image has a photo credits to Doug Segars; and host Melinda Briana Epler, a White woman with blonde and red hair, glasses, red shirt, and black jacket.]Support the show
In this episode of We Are Vineyard, we hear a sermon that Rich Nathan preached at Columbus Vineyard the same week that we recorded his podcast episode back in September. It is an introduction to a series called “Good Question”, which explores some common questions people have about faith and Christianity. In this sermon, Rich offers some clues found in scripture, science, nature, and our moral senses that show us it is more likely than not that God exists. Rich Nathan is the founding pastor of Vineyard Columbus. Rich was the first Senior Pastor serving from 1987-2020. Prior to becoming senior pastor, Rich taught business law at The Ohio State University for five years. He is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, and received his Juris Doctorate with honors from The Ohio State University College of Law in 1980. Rich served on the National Board for Vineyard USA for more than two decades. Rich now serves on the Board of Christian relief agency, Convoy of Hope. He is a popular national and international conference speaker. Rich co-authored Both And (IVP Books, 2013) with Insoo Kim as well as Empowered Evangelicals (Ampelon Revised 2009) with Ken Wilson. Rich is also the author of Who is My Enemy? Welcoming People the Church Rejects (Zondervan, 2002). He has written numerous articles on leadership in publications such as Leadership Magazine. Rich was born and raised in New York City. He and his wife, Marlene, have been married for over 40 years. They have two children and six grandchildren. Show Notes: Listen to more of Rich's story from his chat with Jay on October 5, 2022! https://vineyardusa.org/podcast/ The Coddling of the American Mind by Greg Kukianoff and Jonathan Haidt https://amzn.to/3iQglt8 The Happiness Hypothesis by Jonathan Haidt https://amzn.to/3Hvs3Uj The Atheist's Guide to Reality by Alex Rosenberg https://amzn.to/3iPPUUs Socials: @vineyardusa Vineyardusa.org
Laura Tuggle has been the Executive Director of Southeast Louisiana Legal Services(SLLS) since May 2014 after beginning her career at SLLS in 1993. She previously managed SLLS' Housing Law Unit during the years immediately following Hurricane Katrina from 2005-2010. Over her public interest career, she has excelled in many areas including direct services, systemic work, and policy advocacy resulting in increased access to housing for special populations including the homeless, peopleliving disabilities, and disaster survivors. Impact litigation filed by Laura resulted in significant legal victories for low-income tenants including millions of dollars in federal relocation assistance and establishing a private right of action for voucher assisted tenants to challenge utility allowances in federal court. She is an author of the Federally Subsidized Housing Program portion of the Louisiana Legal Services Desk Manual and coauthor of the housing portion of the Brookings Institute New Orleans Index at 5.Laura has received national, state, and local awards for her work in the interest of housing justice. Laura graduated from LSU in 1984 and received her Juris Doctorate degree from Tulane Law School in 1987. She currently serves on the Board of the New Orleans Family Justice Center, Shared Housing, as Co-Chair of the Legal Services Corporation's National Disaster Task Force Relationship-Building and Integration ofLegal Services into the Nation's Emergency Management Infrastructure Committee, on the Louisiana Access to Justice Commission's Funding, Technology, Disaster, and Building Brides Committees and on the Louisiana State Bar Association's Access to Justice Committee. She was recently appointed to the Legal Services Corporation's Housing Task Force. She also serves on several task forces to improve civillegal services and housing opportunities for vulnerable people.To learn more about the work of the Foundation, please visit braf.org.
This week we're replaying a classic episode where your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Ian Alexander, Katrina Taraska, and Joseph Preiser of Goldberg & Goldberg (https://www.chicagomedicalmalpracticefirm.com/). Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here to Rate and Review Episode Details: Chicago trial lawyers Ian Alexander, Katrina Taraska, and Joseph Preiser of Goldberg & Goldberg share how they successfully represented 25-year-old model Irma Sabanovic's grieving family after Irma drove her car over an unmarked curb and drowned in the Chicago River. In May 2011, Irma drove her Ford Focus to Goose Island to pick up her boyfriend from a late-night performance at a nightclub and got lost on a dead-end street bisected by the Chicago River. Due to the City of Chicago's failure to maintain barriers or provide warnings to motorists --despite knowledge of a similar incident that occurred more than a decade earlier -- Irma unknowingly drove her car over the curb and into the water. After an extensive search, her body was discovered nine days later in her vehicle. At trial, the defense attempted to blame Irma for her own wrongful death, insinuating she was drunk, driving impaired, and not paying attention. In May 2016, a Cook County, Illinois jury awarded Irma's family $13,890,000 in damages, delivering the #6 verdict in Illinois in 2016. View/Download Trial Documents Guest Bios: Katrina M. Taraska Originally from the East Coast, Katrina M. Taraska grew up in a family of seven in Peoria, Illinois. Her mother was a language teacher proficient in French, Italian and Spanish who devoted her time to the enrichment of the lives of her students while teaching at area schools. Her father, a dedicated pathologist, was one of the four original founders of the Midwest affiliate of St. Jude Children's Hospital, which provides care to children with childhood diseases. Unique to Ms. Taraska's chosen career in personal injury law, she was the victim of a propane gas explosion, in which a commercial building collapsed on her, her mother, her brother, and a close family friend. The explosion left Taraska with extensive second and third-degree burns early in her life. She was hospitalized for 3 months, during which she underwent skin grafting of her arms, legs, hands, and chest. Incredibly, a year prior to the explosion, Ms. Taraska's father and a reconstructive surgeon opened the only downstate burn unit in Peoria where she was successfully treated despite the severity of her burns. It is this life-changing event that has played a significant role in Ms. Taraska's career of representing the injured. After graduating from law school Ms. Taraska has successfully represented clients and their families in complex litigation. In 1995, Katrina Taraska began practicing law in downstate Illinois where she grew up. In 2000 she became a partner with a Peoria law firm where she enjoyed the privilege of advocating for her clients in their respective claims for personal injuries, medical negligence, worker's compensation, and employment discrimination. She frequently appeared before the Circuit Court of Peoria County, Illinois, the Illinois Department of Human Rights, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Social Security Administration, the Department of Employment Security, and in the United States District Court for the Central District of Illinois. In 2009, Ms. Taraska joined the Chicago law firm of Goldberg & Goldberg, where she continued her professional experience as a Plaintiff's lawyer in tort litigation. As a focus of her practice, she concentrates on representing individuals and their families in catastrophic medical malpractice and wrongful death claims. Her cases have involved spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, complications from surgical procedures, cardiovascular injuries, birth injuries, interventional radiology, infections, negligence in the diagnosis and treatment of injuries involving alleged abuse and neglect, gynecological and obstetric injuries, and products liability cases. Ms. Taraska also represents individuals involved in transportation accidents (railroad grade crossings, motor vehicle accidents, and semi-truck collisions), as well as premises liability claims, and injuries from assault, battery, and false imprisonment. Throughout her career, Ms. Taraska has been active in professional organizations including the Peoria County Bar Association, the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, the American Inns of Court (Abraham Lincoln Chapter), the National Employment Lawyers Association, and the Chicago Bar Association. She has been a guest writer for the Peoria Woman Magazine and enjoys mentoring younger lawyers in their professional endeavors. Ms. Taraska is a member of the Catholic Church and is active in the service of those individuals in need in the local community. Read Full Bio Ian R. Alexander Mr. Alexander concentrates his practice on representing the victims of catastrophic injuries in the areas of medical malpractice and complex personal injury litigation. Mr. Alexander first joined Goldberg & Goldberg in 1999 and became a partner in 2004. Mr. Alexander has tried to verdict and/ or settled numerous medical malpractice, product liability, aviation, railroad, construction negligence, and other complex personal injury cases. Mr. Alexander has been appointed to the plaintiff's steering committee in the litigation arising out of the Amtrak-Bourbonnais Train Disaster, the Hinkley Air Disaster, and the Oshkosh Mid-Air Disaster, among other litigation. Mr. Alexander has published articles regularly on issues pertaining to medical malpractice litigation. Mr. Alexander was raised in north suburban Chicago and attended the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He received his legal education at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. Mr. Alexander is admitted to practice before the Illinois Bar and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. He is also a member of the Federal Trial Bar. Mr. Alexander is married and has two children. He resides with his family in Highland Park, IL. Read Full Bio Joseph Preiser Born in Chicago, Illinois, Joseph M. Preiser grew up in the suburbs of Oak Park and River Forest. Joseph's father, a personal injury attorney, unintentionally set Joseph on a path toward a career in law. From an early age, often unbeknownst to his father, Joseph read his father's books authored by prominent trial attorneys including, Gerry Spence, Robert Shapiro, Irving Younger, and Vincent Bugliosi, sparking Joseph's interest in law and justice. After graduating from Oak Park-River Forest High School, Joseph attended the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. While pursuing his undergraduate degree, Joseph began to hone his skills as a trial lawyer by participating on the University of Illinois' Mock Trial team. During his senior year, Joseph's team won the Regional Mock Trial Championship and competed in the Mock Trial National Championship in Des Moines, Iowa. In 2006, after working for a year at a large Chicago law firm, Joseph received an Honors Scholarship and enrolled at Loyola University in the Juris Doctorate and MBA programs. While attending law and business school, Joseph worked as a judicial extern for Cook County Circuit Court Judge Thomas L. Hogan and as a traffic prosecutor for the City of Chicago, where he prosecuted over 185 bench trials to verdict. In 2009, Joseph graduated with a joint J.D./M.B.A. degree. While earning his degrees, Joseph obtained recognition on the Dean's List, was a participant on the Health Law Moot Court team, assisted at Loyola's Business Law Clinic, obtained his M.B.A. with honors, and became a Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society member. After graduation, Joseph immediately went to work for the Cook County State's Attorney's office as an Assistant State's Attorney. In his first year, Joseph authored and filed more than 30 appellate briefs in the Illinois Appellate Court, First District. Notably, Joseph authored the State's brief in People v. Tripp, a matter of first impression in Illinois, in which the Appellate Court agreed with Joseph's position and published an opinion in his favor. Joseph also argued on behalf of the State before the Illinois Appellate Court in People v. Primbas, an animal cruelty case that resulted in the death of a Rottweiler, where the Appellate Court again agreed with Joseph and published an opinion in his favor. For the following four years, Joseph worked in the Traffic Division where he prosecuted DUIs and represented the victims of automobile crashes. During his time in the Traffic Division Joseph refined his skills in the courtroom, prosecuting over 600 trials to verdict including 14 jury trials. In recognition of his performance and dedication, the Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists awarded Joseph with a Certificate of Recognition and Achievement. In late 2014, Joseph was assigned to the State's Attorney's Office's Felony Review Unit. During his time, he spoke to victims of crimes, Mirandized and obtained statements from violent offenders, reviewed evidence, and provided consultation on charging decisions to law enforcement agencies throughout Cook County. In 2015, Joseph joined Goldberg & Goldberg where he continued his practice as a civil trial lawyer with a concentration on representing the victims of medical malpractice. Joseph is involved in all matters related to the trial of these complex civil litigation matters, including taking and defending depositions, drafting and arguing contested motions, attending court, and assisting on all of the firm's catastrophic medical malpractice and wrongful death claims. Joseph has specialized knowledge in Illinois Traffic Law and crash investigations, particularly as they affect victims in car crashes, motorcycle crashes, and pedestrian injuries. Dedicated to the needs of all of his friends and clients, Joseph is willing to lend his assistance on any law-related matter. Joseph relishes the opportunity to work with and learn from the other talented lawyers at Goldberg & Goldberg. Joseph appreciates the firm's devotion to their clients, their comprehensive commitment to preparation, and their unrelenting fearlessness in the courtroom. Read Full Bio Show Sponsors: Legal Technology Services - LegalTechService.com Digital Law Marketing - DigitalLawMarketing.com Harris Lowry Manton LLP - hlmlawfirm.com Free Resources: Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 1 Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 2
Musician, Lawyer, and President of one of the nation's premier RIA firms, David Canter, is focused on positioning Bluespring Wealth Partners as one of the premiere acquirers in the industry. He is very hands-on with operations, including overseeing day-to-day operations and identifying new areas of opportunity and growth. David has worked himself up the ladder in the space, previously serving as Executive Vice President and Head of the RIA segment for Fidelity Clearing & Custody Solutions and now serving as President of Bluespring Wealth Partners. David has worked on many sides of the RIA space, including custody, and now acquiring, but, as most stories go, working in the RIA space wasn't his life-long passion. Without question, he had his sights set on the entertainment industry. He based his life around going into the entertainment industry – training at one point as an actor – and has a love of music and playing his guitar. Breaking into the entertainment industry is hard; beyond acting as an extra, he found that the work just wasn't there. He quickly had to realize that there were other avenues he could take to make money, while still keeping the arts as a deeply held passion. Once he made the decision to focus himself elsewhere, David was drawn to law. The lure of the courtroom was undeniable to David, and he went on to pursue a Juris Doctorate from the University of Baltimore. He loved the courtroom and trial-work, and currently holds his FNRA Series 24 license and is a California State Bar member. THE BLUESPRING ATTRACTION David has been a jack of all trades in the best way possible, but what attracted him to Bluespring Wealth Partners after nearly three decades in the RIA space is simple: He wanted a new challenge. He wanted to find a place that met his self-evaluations for a new challenge after 12+ years at another firm. He found Bluespring's platform very appealing. That platform is based on: Helping people, helping investors specifically Welcoming entrepreneurs Allowing entrepreneurs to continue to be entrepreneurs Doing good with the education and powers they have For David, Bluespring Wealth Partners wasn't just a challenge, but a fitting piece to the next chapter in his career. It allows him to be entrepreneurial, but simultaneously intrapreneurial. This balance allows David many freedoms he wouldn't otherwise have, and a chance to build the company into something new. It is now a 29-firm platform spanning 16 states – and growing. The firm will do 9 acquisitions by the end of 2022, but not just for the sake of acquisitioning. Their acquisition plan is focused on solving the problems of their “partner firms”, as they call their network of firms. AN INFORMED CHOICE In the RIA space, there are many choices an investor can make just to get to the starting line. David believes in choice, and not merely having choice, but having informed choice. David understands that Bluespring Wealth Partners isn't going to be the perfect choice for everyone, however he wants the DealQuest listeners to know what Bluespring does. Bluespring Wealth Partners can be best described as a practice management consultancy at its core that happens to be in the strategic M&A space. It is the responsibility of practice management consultants to assist offices and firms with improving efficiency within their workplace and in their business operations. That's the bulk of Bluespring Wealth Partners' approach: Addressing problems with their acquired “partner firms” and problem-solving efficiency via the network of firms under Bluespring. ONE SIZE DOES NOT FIT ALL Two of the most commonly used words in the RIA space are “aggregator” and “integrator”. Many firms operate either pure aggregator or pure integrator, however, there are a number of firms that pick elements of either model to formulate their perfect model. There is a reason all these models exist, and that's simply because no singular model works for every firm, entrepreneur, client, or investor. Again, choice plays a vital role in decision for the model under which Bluespring operates. The choices David lay out are: Choice 1: Do nothing. Keep on moving forward as you always have, and hopefully filling your career. Choice 2: De-risk. For example: A firm has a retiring partner, so to pull some capital, they find a minority interest. Not take control, but merely provide some capital. Choice 3: Find a pure capital partner. For example: They buy 50%+, and you obtain a capital partner that's not going to provide other shared services or contributions aside from bulk capital. Choice 4: Entrepreneurial model (A.K.A.: aggregation model). Keep your brand and the acquiring company will take at minimum 51% interest in your firm and build a flexible deal structure. By doing this, the focus is preserving the entrepreneurial model and providing various services to help propel your firm forward into growth within the network of acquired firms. Choice 5: Subsume into another brand (more commonly known as integration model). You become the larger brand, forgoing your independent brand identity for the growth of the whole institution. The larger firm will guide the smaller acquired firms in their business activities, but the goal of the smaller firms is to continue looking after their clients. Choice 6: Internal succession to a G2. David notes that in their initial research for founding Bluespring, they found that founders mostly prefer this route;however, the biggest obstacle is finding the capital. G2s would say they would like to pay out of cash flow, but ultimately, it's the entrepreneur taking the risk and it's their cash flow that will fund that transition. Choice 7: A combination of all of the above. Choosing the aspects of all the available models to build a Frankenstein model that works best for your goals, your future, and what you want to do with your firm. These seven choices on how to proceed is what allows a firm to formulate how they're going to move forward with their M&A deals. Bluespring Wealth Partners primarily functions as Choice 4, the Entrepreneurial Model, while recognizing the benefits of all models, opting to borrow practices from other models to give their entrepreneurs the best of all worlds, and allowing over half of their firms to be standalone RIAs. Keep their brand (For example: Capital Planning, A Bluespring Wealth Partner) Keep their own ADV Keep their client experience Bluespring provides capital A sister company Kestra Financial wherein some of their firms they've bought it on that chasse THE VALUE BLUESPRING BRINGS David affirms there are about 90% of opportunities that cross their path that they do not take. Bluespring is very transparent with those opportunities as to why they pass. By being particular in the opportunities they take, Bluespring has built an elite and strong network of firms. Offering immense value to the firms that Bluespring acquires. One attribute of Bluespring's consultancy is that even when they pass on an opportunity, they're offering their consultancy to these firms to help them better grow, irrespective of Bluespring choosing to bring them into their network or not. Bluespring's consulting really begins long before they even decide to enter into a transaction. If Bluespring does go forward with a transaction, there's a lot of due diligence they do by way of taking a consultative approach to how they're going to do business together, and how they're going to structure transactions so the right benefits, incentives, and horizons can be found. Once a firm enters their network, they provide an array of resources to help their community network grow: A business consulting group Marketing assessments Large technology infrastructure An M&A team to help with sub-acquisitions Access to capital, backed by two private equity firms -- majority-owned by Warburg Pincus, and Oak Hill Capital Offering a training program for G2s: The G2 Successor Academy, a simulated 2-year course wherein G2s are educated and trained through guest lecturers, peer study, etc. CHOOSING WHAT WORKS FOR YOUR SUCCESS There is a reason why there are so many various models and combinations of models. At the end of the day, choosing your model is about you and your goals. With Bluespring, David ultimately wants to operate as a culture-driven community. Allowing their acquisitions to remain primarily autonomous, while gaining the support of Bluespring and their resources. There is no one superior model, however each firm will always believe they've found the key to making a successful business. That is true in a lot of ways because success is very abstract; they are successful because their model works for them, not because they have the superior model. Reviewing choices, building a model for their needs and goals, and understanding what opportunities should be taken and those that shouldn't, are all keys to making Bluespring's model work successfully. They will be some of the keys to help build your success, as well. • • • For my full discussion with David Canter, and more on the topic:Listen to the Full DealQuest Podcast Episode Here • • • FOR MORE ON DAVID CANTER AND BLUESPRING WEALTH PARTNERS:https://www.bluespringwealth.com/advisor/why-bluespring Corey Kupfer is an expert strategist, negotiator, and dealmaker. He has more than 35 years of professional deal-making and negotiating experience. Corey is a successful entrepreneur, attorney, consultant, author, and professional speaker. He is deeply passionate about deal-driven growth. He is also the creator and host of the DealQuest Podcast. If you want to find out how deal-ready you are, take the Deal-Ready Assessment today!
Diana C. Schimmel, Esq. has been practicing family law for over a decade. She works with families in the Greater Philadelphia area, South and Central New Jersey. In addition to guiding families through the difficulties divorce and custody matters can cause, she also focuses her practice on building families through the adoption process. Diana earned her Juris Doctorate from the Widener University Commonwealth School of Law in Harrisburg, PA. As a law student, she was a member of the Student Bar Association as well as an associate staff member and then a senior staff member of Widener Law Journal. Diana earned her Bachelor of Arts in Government & International Politics with a minor in Dance from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. Diana served as the interim law clerk to Judge Donna M. Woelpper in the Family Court of Philadelphia, Juvenile Dependency Branch. She also worked as a child advocate attorney for the Defender Association of Philadelphia in its Child Advocacy Unit. She opened Schimmel Family Law in 2013 and worked as a solo practitioner for almost four years before partnering with two other local family law attorneys. She is the co-founder of the Young Professionals Council of The Field Center for Children's Policy, Practice and Research and of the Adoption Professionals Council of HelpUsAdopt.org. She is a member of the Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, New Jersey, Burlington and Mercer County Bar Associations, all in their family law subdivisions. She also volunteers with the Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program, The Montgomery Child Advocacy Project, The Support Center for Child Advocates and The Women's Resource Center. She has been selected for inclusion in Pennsylvania Super Lawyers' annual Rising Stars List since 2014, and she was named a Lawyer on the Fast Track by The Legal Intelligencer – a prestigious award she earned as one of its youngest recipients. Diana was also listed as a Top Family Law Attorney by Philadelphia Life Magazine every year since 2014, and she was named Best Overall Advocate by the Widener Intensive Trial Advocacy Program. She lives in New Jersey with her husband and daughter. Listen to this informative The Confident Retirement episode with Diana Schimmel about family law and adoptions. Here is what to expect on this week's show: The biggest takeaway from Diana's time as a clerk. What is Diana's exact ideal client for the practice? Important things to guide you through an insurance process The biggest opportunity for her and the firm. The grey divorce group is the fastest growing. Connect with Diana: https://familylawmks.com/diana-c-schimmel-esq/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/diana-c-schimmel-57045a63/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Corrie ten Boom is ardently admired today as the ringleader of an underground movement in the Netherlands that saved hundreds of Jews during the Holocaust. This work that she is known for occurred during the span of two years of obedience to God and led to her incarceration in a Nazi concentration camp. At several points, she struggled to comprehend how she could live out God's commands, pleading with Him to provide for her needs. And He did, proving that Biblical miracles aren't limited to the Bible. Here is Corrie's story. SOLA Network is excited to present a 4-part series focused on missionaries in the past who can inspire us in the present. We hope you are encouraged by these stories to remember the Great Commission and proclaim the kingdom of Christ to the world. Video and article, read and written by Karisa You: https://sola.network/article/the-miracle-filled-life-of-corrie-ten-boom/ Email us your questions or conversation topics: firstname.lastname@example.org Karisa You was born in Massachusetts but grew up in Orange County and earned her Bachelor of Arts at UCLA and Juris Doctorate at USC. She teaches business and political science at California Baptist University, Concordia University Irvine, UC Riverside, and Hope International University. She also serves on the board for Tutapona, a nonprofit providing mental health services to refugees, and previously worked in legal public service, advocating for indigent clients' housing, benefits, and constitutional rights. She believes God is passionate about justice and calls His followers to defend those who cannot speak for themselves. Karisa loves storytelling, especially writing about how Jesus changes lives (karisayou.blogspot.com). She published the young-adult novel, Seeing Triple, and her “chief end is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever” (Westminster Catechism). Links: Weekly Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/sola/tgif Monthly Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/sola/newsletter Facebook: https://facebook.com/thesolanetwork Instagram: https://instagram.com/thesolanetwork Twitter: https://twitter.com/thesolanetwork YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@SOLANetwork Podcast: http://anchor.fm/solanetwork Website: https://sola.network
Brenna Bird, Iowa Attorney General-elect, joins Liberty & Justice episode 42. Matt and Brenna discuss their long-time friendship, campaigning in Iowa and some of the best pork tenderloins in Iowa. Watch every episode of Liberty & Justice at www.whitaker.tvBrenna Bird understands the importance of preserving the freedoms that we as Iowans expect. As the elected County Attorney for Guthrie County since 2018, Brenna has helped keep Iowa families safe by getting criminals off the street, advocating for victims of crime, and standing up for law enforcement. Brenna has been a prosecutor since 2016 and her leadership has been recognized by county attorneys throughout Iowa who have chosen her as President-elect of the Iowa County Attorney Association.Throughout her career, Brenna has stood up for conservative principles and fought for Iowa families. As counsel to Governor Terry Branstad, she worked closely with Governor Branstad and then-Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds to lead the fight against the radical overreach of the Obama Administration. Brenna helped lead the Branstad Administration's legal action against Obamacare and the fight against liberal states who were trying to dictate Iowa's farm practices. She also led the fight against EPA regulations that were hurting Iowa farmers.Today we are seeing more of the same authoritarianism out of Washington and the Biden Administration. Brenna believes Iowans have never been in greater need of an attorney general who will fight back against Biden's radical agenda, protect the rights of Iowans and stand up for the rule of law – and that is why she's running to be Attorney General of the State of Iowa.Born and raised on an Iowa farm where she was homeschooled, Brenna graduated from Drake University and went on to receive her Juris Doctorate at the University of Chicago. She lives on the family farm in rural Dexter with her husband Bob, an Iraq war veteran, and their son. She is a member of All Saints Church.Matthew G. Whitaker was acting Attorney General of the United States (2018-2019). Prior to becoming acting Attorney General, Mr. Whitaker served as Chief of Staff to the Attorney General. He was appointed as the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Iowa by President George W. Bush, serving from 2004-2009. Whitaker was the managing partner of Des Moines-based law firm, Whitaker Hagenow & Gustoff LLP from 2009 until rejoining DOJ in 2017. He was also the Executive Director for FACT, The Foundation for Accountability & Civic Trust, an ethics and accountability watchdog, between 2014 and 2017. Mr. Whitaker is the Author of the book--Above the Law, The Inside Story of How the Justice Department Tried to Subvert President Trump. Buy Matt's book here: https://amzn.to/3IXUOb8Mr. Whitaker graduated with a Master of Business Administration, Juris Doctor, and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Iowa. While at Iowa, Mr. Whitaker was a three-year letterman on the football team where he received the prestigious Big Ten Medal of Honor.Mr. Whitaker is now a Co-Chair of the Center for Law and Justice at America First Policy Institute and a Senior Fellow at the American Conservative Union Foundation. Matt is on the Board of Directors for America First Legal Foundation and is a Senior Advisor to IronGate Capital Advisors. He is also Of Counsel with the Graves Garrett law firm. Whitaker appears regularly to discuss legal and political issues on Fox News, Newsmax and other news outlets. He splits his time between Iowa, Florida and Washington, D.C.
Returning to the podcast today are Vickie Brett and Amanda Selogie in a unique collaboration episode that will also air on the Inclusive Education Project (IEP) Podcast. Through my experience as a clinical neuropsychologist specializing in pediatric assessments, parents ask a lot of great questions. In this episode, together with Educational attorneys, Vickie and Amanda, we are addressing some of the most common IEP-related questions in an effort to inform and educate parents. Show Notes: [1:26] - Does my child need a diagnosis to get accommodations at school? [4:49] - What should parents do when they approach the teacher with concerns, but the teacher discourages an assessment? [6:53] - What are SST meetings and their purpose within the school? [10:01] - Does a child need an assessment if there is a diagnosis of just ADHD? [11:23] - If I, as a parent, do not agree with the school's assessment results and believe that something else is going on, what are my options? [13:12] - What will an IEP provide that a 504 Plan will not? [16:10] - What are the pros and cons of requesting an Independent Educational Evaluation (IEE)? [18:04] - If a parent chooses to have a private assessment done and the results show the need for accommodations, modifications, or treatment, what is the next step with their school district? [20:41] - What are parents entitled to if they have a private evaluation done? [24:01] - Why are services not provided at private schools and can private school students still access public school services? [26:57] - How does Child Find work in school districts to ensure they find students in private schools that need services? [28:29] - If the school is recommending support that is not evidence-based, can I push back to ensure that my child gets an evidence-based intervention, and what should that look like? [34:01] - No matter the situation, follow your gut feeling. About Our Guests: Vickie BrettVickie Brett was born and raised in Southern California and through the Inclusive Education Project she focuses on advocating and educating families about their legal rights. Vickie is committed to strengthening her clients who come to her disheartened and beaten down by the current education system. Because Vickie is bilingual, she represents and empowers many monolingual Spanish-speaking families. She is a dedicated pro bono attorney for the Superior Court of Los Angeles's Juvenile and Dependency 317(e) Panel and, in the past, was a supervising attorney for the UCI Law School's Special Education Law Project. Amanda Selogie Amanda Selogie received a bachelor's degree in Child and Adolescent Development, specializing in Education from California State University, Northridge and a Juris Doctorate from Whittier Law School where she served as a Fellow in the prestigious Center for Children's Rights Fellowship Program and served in the school's pro-bono Special Education Legal Clinic. Amanda immersed herself in the world of civil rights and educational advocacy through her work in education, empowerment, and advocacy with the Inclusive Education project, supporting inclusion in early education through her appointment to the Orange County Child Care and Development Planning Council and their Inclusion Collaborative Committee, previous work serving as a supervising attorney for UCI Law School's Education Rights Pro-bono project and coaching of AYSO's VIP (Very Important Player) program coaching players living with disabilities and creating an inclusive soccer program. Connect with Vickie and Amanda: Inclusive Education Project Website Links and Related Resources: Episode 32: Advocating for Children with Special Needs with Heather Zakson Episode 1: Demystifying the Assessment Process What is a Comprehensive Evaluation and How Can It Help Support My Child's Learning? How to Initiate a Special Education Assessment Need a more individualized learning and support experience? Join one of our learning groups! Join our email list so that you can receive information about upcoming webinars - ChildNEXUS.com The Diverse Thinking Different Learning podcast is intended for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical or legal advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Additionally, the views and opinions expressed by the host and guests are not considered treatment and do not necessarily reflect those of ChildNEXUS, Inc or the host, Dr. Karen Wilson.
Joshua Parish is an Iraq War Veteran whose greatest passion is helping veterans when they transition into civilian life and giving them the best opportunity to be successful. Parish has over 15 years of experience working with local, state, and federal government agencies creating programs that have developed sustainable solutions including: Veterans Treatment Court, Transitional Housing for Homeless Veterans, Veterans Transportation Initiative, among others. Parish Has been awarded the Community Leader Best of Michigan Award and the 2019 Veteran Hero Award. He holds a Juris Doctorate degree from Western Michigan Thomas Cooley School of Law. Parish is an avid golfer and enjoys spending with his wife and children.Learn More: www.vetlifetoday.orgSocials:FacebookInstagramLinkedInYouTubeAmazonThe Inspired Business Leaders Podcasthttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/the-inspired-business-leaders-podcast/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/ep-20-interview-with-joshua-parish-founder-of-vetlife-w-nick-bour-founder-of-inspire-wealth
Lauren Fernandez shares her journey from being an in-house attorney to CEO with Dr. Kathy Gosser on this episode of Franchise U!. Lauren Fernandez is the CEO and Founder of Full Course, a restaurant development and investment firm which incubates and accelerates emerging fast casual restaurant brands. Full Course guides restaurant owners through a process of optimization, strategic growth planning and development, and supports investment for rapid expansion. Ms. Fernandez has been both a multi-unit franchisee and investor, serving as a strategic growth partner for brands such as Chicken Salad Chick. Lauren previously served as the General Counsel for FOCUS Brands where she was instrumental in the rapid growth of the licensing and franchise programs. Lauren holds an undergraduate degree from Stetson University, as well as a Juris Doctorate and MBA from Emory University. A Florida native, she has called Atlanta home for almost two decades.
Betsy Brenner is an author, recovery speaker and peer support mentor. In her 2021 memoir, “The Longest Match: Rallying to Defeat an Eating Disorder in Midlife”, Betsy details her life, one filled with blessings and privilege, but also with emotional trauma, profound grief, anxiety, depression and ultimately a diagnosis of anorexia in midlife. Her eating disorder became the catalyst for healing.Her inspiring message is that “It is never too late to be a work in progress”. Betsy's recovery journey shows the reader that it IS possible to heal from past trauma and become healthier in mind, body and spirit. A former hospital attorney and longtime high school tennis coach, Betsy was also a hospice volunteer and speaker on grief and loss and end of life decision-making. She has led a bereavement group in her town for nearly a decade. Her primary focus now is on speaking, mentoring and leading support groups. Betsy has had the opportunity to share her story at treatment centers, conferences and virtually through webinars and podcasts. She is passionate about giving hope to and supporting those who are struggling with an eating disorder, especially women in midlife. Betsy received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Brown University and her Juris Doctorate from American University Law School. The Links for Betsy and our hosts are in the show notes.Links for Betsy:The Longest Match: Rallying to Defeat an Eating Disorder in Midlife: Brenner, https://www.amazon.com/Longest-Match-Rallying-Disorder-Midlife/dp/195512308X/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?crid=2FG4B30HGCT52&keywords=betsy+brenner&qid=1655681413&sprefix=betsy+brenner%2Caps%2C188&sr=8-1The Longest Match by Betsy Brenner | Audiobook | Audible.comhttps://www.audible.com/pd/The-Longest-Match-Audiobook/B09WTG9BHYwww.betsybrenner.comBetsybrenner3@gmail.com@betsybrennerauthor (IG)https://www.facebook.com/betsybrennerLinks for Our Hosts:Linda and John (Jack) Mazur wrote, Emilee: The Story of a Girl and Her Family Hijacked by Anorexia, https://www.amazon.com/Emilee-Story-Family-Hijacked-Anorexia/dp/170092012X to honor their daughter's wish, to raise awareness, evoke compassion, and foster change in how eating disorders are viewed and treated. They can be reached through the book website: https://emileethestoryofagirl.weebly.com or at Linda.email@example.comEllen Bennett is the director of KMB for Answers, a non-profit charity providing educational and financial support for mental health professionals as well as assistance for families in search of resources. For more information about Ellen Bennett and the foundation founded in memory of her daughter Katlyn, go to: www.Kmbforanswers.com
The threats to American democracy seem to grow every day, not from some external threat, but from within: revelations about the January 6 insurrection, gerrymandered Congressional districts and even restrictions on voting rights proposed or in place across the country. Marc Morial helps document those threats to American democracy and offers lessons about how citizens can resist them. Morial served as mayor of New Orleans from 1994-2002. After leaving office, he became President and CEO of the National Urban League. The League was founded in 1910 to aid Black migrants fleeing from the South to the Northern states. Since then, they have grown to serve 300 communities through their 90 affiliates. Morial says the goal of the League has always been “to bring voice to those who have been locked out and left out.” Over the past 15 years, he has expanded the reach of its services and assisted in creating a framework for policies that will continue to benefit communities of color. Morial earned a bachelor's degree in Economics and African American Studies from the University of Pennsylvania and his Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University. He is a recipient of the Louisiana State Bar Association's Pro Bono Publico Award for his work with the disadvantaged and impoverished. Additionally, he has been listed as both one of Ebony Magazine's 100 Most Influential Black Americans and one of the Nonprofit Times' Top 50 Nonprofit Executives. During the pandemic, Morial played an integral role in bringing attention to the needs of Black Americans and addressing the fracturing of the United States before and after January 6th. In 2020, he published “The Gumbo Coalition,” a book that reflects Morial's time as a public figure and the lessons he learned throughout.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael Alden, Esq. is a CEO, entrepreneur and 3 time Wall Street Journal and USA Today best-selling author. He was named by the Boston Business Journal as one of Bostons 40 Under 40 and was a winner of SmartCEOs Future 50 awards largely based on his accomplishment of growing a small call center into a comprehensive multi-million dollar marketing firm ranked by Inc. Magazine for three years in a row as one of the nations 5000 fastest-growing private companies. He has been seen by millions worldwide as the host of numerous long-form advertisements which feature dozens of successful products. He is a regular guest on national and local podcasts and television shows and also hosts the podcast The Alden Report in which he features internationally recognized leaders in the business world. His internationally best selling books are Ask More, Get More, 5% More and Blueprint to Business. He holds a Juris Doctorate from Suffolk University and a Bachelors of Science degree in Political Science from Springfield College. Connect with Mike Website - www.mikealden.com Facebook - www.facebook.com/TheAldenReport Instagram - www.instagram.com/MIKEAlden2012 Twitter - www.twitter.com/MIKEAlden2012 Tiktok - www.tiktok.com/@mikealden2012 Clubhouse - MIKEAlden Connect with David Sales Execution Workshop- sales.pathtomastery.net Dominate Real Estate Masterclass - dominate.pathtomastery.net Health Mastery - www.healthmastery.club Website- http://www.davidihill.com/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/davidihill/ YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/user/hillteam17 LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidihill Book: https://www.amazon.com/Sales-Playbook-Simple-Strategies-Close/dp/1628652861 Free Gift: https://callreluctance.davidihill.com/ Free 30-minute Coaching Call https://www.trycoaching.net Monthly Training with David- https://35callchallenge.com/ David's Monthly Article – http://www.davidihill.com/5mistakes/ FACEBOOK COMMUNITY Please follow and join my Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/ptmastery/ OUR LEAD PROVIDER SPONSORS VULCAN7 https://www.vulcan7.com/pathtomastery/
Every election cycle provides a preview of what advocates for national defense and sea power will have on their side - or not on their side - in the next Congress.New people arrive, experienced people leave, and priorities, agendas, and advocacy will shift change with them.What can we expect in the next Congress based on changes we see and those national security issues waxing or waning in the mind of legislators and their counterparts in the Executive Branch?Politics matter.Our guests for the full hour to discuss the implications of this years election in the national security arena, will be Claude Berube and Derek (Dirk) Maurer.Claude Berube, PhD, is the author of “On Wide Seas: The US Navy in the Jacksonian Era” and several other books. He has worked on Capitol Hill, in the defense industry, and the Office of Naval Intelligence. A Commander in the US Navy Reserve, he is currently assigned to a unit with Navy Warfare Development Center. Since 2005 he has taught in the Political Science and History Departments at the US Naval Academy.Dirk Maurer currently is Vice President at Layer 8 Security, & a Visiting Fellow at the National Security Institute at George Mason University's Antonin Scalia Law School. He is the Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Defense Continuity and Mission Assurance and as DASD for Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction. and was DASD for Defense Support and Civil Authorities during the George W. Bush administrationMr. Maurer has served on multiple Senate committees and in the personal offices of three Senators. He retired from the Marine Corps Reserve after twenty years. He received a bachelor's degree from the University of Washington and a Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University Law Center.