This week's Urban Valor episode features Marine Captain Kelsie Hancock.Kelsie grew up in Southern Maryland on the Chesapeake Bay, fishing and crabbing. She went to school across the street from Patuxent River Naval Air Station and would watch the jets fly over and knew she wanted to be a Marine since the 4th grade. During her enlistment, Kelsie was reunited with a former school colleague at a camping trip in Zion National Park, Marine Captain, and V-22 Osprey Pilot Nick Losapio. The two hit it off, started dating, and became engaged. Unfortunately, Captain Nick Losapio was killed during an Osprey crash in June of 2022, 58 days before he and Kelsie were set to be married. Kelsie has since reenlisted in the Marines as a reserve officer to help her get back on her feet and honor what Nicked loved to be with his comrades. This is a devastating listen, so we ask you to show your love and support for Kelsie Hancock as she courageously and openly shares her story without fear or holding back. We're honored and appreciative of Kelsie's willingness to share her story with Urban Valor and co-founder Josh Guiterrez.If you haven't yet, please LIKE THE PODCAST to show love to Kelsie and Urban Valor. Please Comment with your support and/or any questions you have for Urban Valor, and we'll answer them asap. Please Subscribe and click the "bell notification" so you NEVER miss an episode of Urban Valor. We put out weekly episodes on all major social media, have a podcast, and, coming very soon, a website where veterans can virtually share their stories. We'll transfer your story (if you choose) to the Urban Valor community!As a marine veteran who lost the love of her life, Nick Losapio, Kelsie Hancock is sharing her story to help give other veterans the confidence to share their military stories and for combat veterans to share their war stories as well. Talking to people and opening up about your feelings helps, and we at Urban Valor want nothing less than for our veterans to get the help and support they truly deserve.
Those trained in perinatal mental health can still struggle with perinatal mental health conditions. Having professional knowledge of the issues doesn't make someone immune from any mental health problems. I'm grateful that today's guest is sharing her story to show that those in the helping professions can experience the same struggles that any other person does. Join us to hear Kelsie's story! Kelsie Hammons is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Perinatal Mental Health Therapist in Arkansas. She became a mother in early 2020, which meant that her entire postpartum experience took place during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Although she was trained and knew about the supportive tools to mitigate postpartum stressors, she struggled with the additional unpredictable layers of stress in healing from her traumatic birth experience while the pandemic was raging. She attempted to find her own rhythm during the isolation as she felt that she was mothering against the current. Kelsie's experience lit a fire within her to work to support women during these transition times and help them feel more connected and regulated. Show Highlights Kelsie's professional career launched about the same time as her pregnancy with her baby, born in February 2020 Her birth didn't go as planned and required an emergency C-section–and then her postpartum coincided with the pandemic shutdown A struggle to find her new identity as a mother while feeling isolated and unsupported What supports Kelsie had in place before her birth Gaslighting herself and her feelings of anxiety until she reached out for help when her daughter was several months old Kelsie coped with what she knows now was a trauma response Healing has to come at its own pace–and how Kelsie learned this through therapy work Why it was monumental for Kelsie to process her birth experience How Kelsie is able to offer regulation tools to women with understanding because she knows what worked best for her Problems occur when external pressures interrupt internal values for new moms Kelsie's work has transitioned to Heart Led Mental Health Resources Connect with Kelsie Website (coming soon!) and Instagram Thrive Counseling and Wellness Visit www.postpartum.net for resources. I'd love to hear from you! Click HERE for information on the grief course. Visit my website for more information, resources, and courses you can take today! Visit my website, www.wellmindperinatal.com, for more information, resources, and courses you can take today! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this podcast episode, Michelle joins Kelsie as they discuss their experiences of being a mom and the challenges they have faced. They talk about the importance of giving yourself grace, and how this has helped them to be more patient and understanding with themselves and their children. Both Kelsie and Michelle stress the importance of putting God first in their lives, and how this has helped them to navigate the difficulties of motherhood. They share personal stories and offer encouragement and advice to other mothers who may be struggling. The episode is candid, relatable, and uplifting. Shout out! Kingdom Church Conference on January 27th-29th Link to info: https://www.facebook.com/kingdomfortsmith/posts/pfbid0NgRSoYDAEu4xiCBrECmxRxUJA8YtPE4f6yJMnNu9Vui8LQUmWbewAcWtSDZ3QreWl --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/picturingpurposepodcast/support
“God's Word is this lamp, it's a light. It makes a way in the darkness. It shows you the path where you should be going.” — Vera SchmitzThis month's memory verse: “Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path.” — Psalm 119:105Today's podcast: As we celebrate the 5 year anniversary of Dwell Differently, Vera Schmitz, co-founder of Dwell, talks with her good friend Kelsie Holahan about how Dwell came to be. Listen in as they share about their days of training together for the Olympic trials as pole vaulters, why Vera started writing Bible verses on her arm, and how the mental fortitude they developed in training has helped them replace lies with truth in their everyday lives.Today's Dwell guest: Kelsie Holahan is a 2016 Rio Olympian, nurse, wife, mom, and good friend of Vera's. We're so glad to have her on the show today!Memorize Scripture with us: Find out more about Dwell's monthly kit with temporary tattoos, a display card, a key tag, and more to help you know and dwell on God's Word.Get our weekly devotional email: Dive deeper into this month's verse.Did you love today's episode?: We'd love to hear about it! Leave a rating or review in your podcast player to help others find the show.Links from today's show:Get Out of Your Head by Jennie AllenWant a physical kit to show up in your mailbox every month with helpful tools to help you memorize and meditate on one Bible verse each month? Check out our Dwell Membership today!Support the show
Artist and comedian Kelsie Strom joins the podcast to discuss the lesser-known Disney gem The Country Bears. Follow Kelsie on Instagram: @Kelsie_Artistry Kelsie's Graphic Design Site: https://www.kelsartistry.com/?fbclid=PAAabl0ofzCHi7nCwFEvbvOm--yzYQHZZiV1e5N6IaIayYkSBAUO5ZSBJj_qg Follow the podcast on Instagram and Twitter: @WeAreMoviesPod Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WeAreMoviesPodcast Follow Johnny on Letterboxd: @JohnnyMocny --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
They're back! In the first episode of 2023, Kelsie walks through the details of the Bear Brook Murders that took place in Allenstown, New Hampshire between the years of 1985 and 2000. One man responsible, but had countless identities around the country. The identities of those murdered went unknown for 17+ years, and the identity of the killer isn't known for another two. Make sure you're following as we upload new episodes every Monday. As always, thank you for listening!Sources for this episode include:
In this episode, Kelsie and Brooke meet with Dr. Shahla Haeri and Dr. Filiz Ruhm to discuss the protests that erupted in Iran following the death of 22-year-old Mahsa "Jina" Amini in police custody. Amini was arrested for for “improperly” wearing her hijab. Women. Life. Freedom. Dozens of FREE inquiry-based lesson plans for teachers at www.remedialherstory.com Get bonus episodes and behind the scenes at www.patreon.com/remedialherstory SHOP gear at www.remedialherstory.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/remedialherstory/support
Dr. Kelsie Reed is a school psychologist in Maryland who is passionate about advancing education equity and social justice in schools. This topic is incredibly important to her because of her background as a biracial but White presenting woman. Katie and Dr. Reed discuss the power of strength based thinking during a time where everyone is focused on what is ‘wrong' with them. Kelsie is the co-author of the recently released book, Hacking Deficit Thinking: 8 reframes that will change the way you think about strength-based practices and equity in schools. Check out today's episode to learn more about how you can reframe your own thinking! Dr. Reed's book, Hacking Deficit Thinking can be found wherever books are sold. Follow @hackingdeficits on all social media platforms to follow updates about the book Dr. Reed's Instagram: @sassy4socialjustice Dr. Reed's Twitter: @drkelsiereed Stay tuned for updates on all things BYNTHT & Be You Women's Wellness by following Katie on social media! IG: @being.katieploss TikTok: @bitchyouneedtohearthis Website: www.beyoucmty.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/byntht/support
Construction is everywhere in Northwest Ohio, and joining me on this week's Community Focus to discuss one of the largest projects underway, is ODOT District 2 Public Information Officer Kelsie Hoagland. Hear the latest in the widening of I-475. Originally Aired: November 27, 2022
CONNECT WITH KELSIE DOWNS Follow Kelsie Downs on LinkedIn here. Follow Kelsie Downs on Instagram here. Learn more about Kelsie Downs here. MODERN LEADERSHIPLearn more about Modern Leadership here.CONNECT WITH DAVID SKIDMORE Order David's New Book: For Love with Joy here. Instagram: @imdavidskidmore LinkedIn: @imdavidskidmore MORE ABOUT KELSIE DOWNS IN HER OWN WORDSI started managing social media accounts back in 2015, my senior year in college. It was just a way to make a little bit of money but then grew into a full-time business. I have helped over 200 local OKC businesses with consulting and management. I take my time to create customized packages that meet your needs and your budget. In my free time, I enjoy being outdoors, traveling, being with friends, spending time with my daughter, reading and drinking lots of coffee! I'd love to get to know you, let's grab coffee and become friends!
Let's play a quick game of 'put your finger down'.. Put a finger down if you've ever looked at your nutrition, exercise or lifestyle habits and said "I just need to ___" Put a finger down if when we mention the word "health", you automatically think of "nutrition and exercise" Put a finger down if you've heard the saying "doing something for 21 days creates a habit", you've tried that, and it failed... How many fingers do you have left up? Inside this episode we have Kelsie Jene. Kelsie helps her clients clear up confusion with nutrition, exercise and behavior change so they can get back to focusing on what matters most- embracing life! With 10+ years of industry experience and 1000s of humans served, Kelsie is skilled in spotting the bullshit before you step in it, keeping you focused on what's MOST important while working towards your goals. Kelsie has her MBA is in Human Performance (Nutrition, Exercise and Behavior research,) so she is here to teach you new tools, reinforce sound principles, and give the adaptable strategy you need to stop settling for a weight-focused lifestyle when you mean to pursue WELL-BEING. SHOW NOTES ⏰ (0:25): Put a finger down…. ⏰ (1:22): Guest intro ⏰ (3:52): What inspired you to get into this industry? ⏰ (9:40):Quick fixes vs. sustainable change ⏰ (16:34): Exercise and nutrition aren't the only means of health ⏰ (25:18): “21 days to build a habit” misconception ⏰ (32:40): Most common mistakes going into this “new year, new me” season ⏰ (40:20): How to get started without perpetuating the ‘all or nothing' mentality ⏰ (51:11): Biggest piece of uncensored advice ⏰ (52:30): Where can people find you? Resources for this episode: Ready to create sustainable change? Apply for the Keeping it 100 Diabetes Coaching Experience: https://bit.ly/3E5TX5W Learn more about Kelsie here: - The Party People's Newsletter - FREE, realistic, self-care advice and real-world guidance for work-hard-play-hard folk - https://barbellbalance.com/optin - Hang out with Kelsie on IG - @itskelsiejene - For service info, blog posts, and more: www.barbellbalance.com Grab the Keeping it 100 Diabetes Journal: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BB5ZL6R8?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860 Check out our blog: https://bit.ly/3AkABcm Follow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3hMqhU9 Check out our free resource hub: https://bit.ly/3tF2tnC Try Skin Grip and use the code "LISSIE" at skingrip.com Check out our favorite products: https://www.amazon.com/shop/needlesandspoons_?ref=ac_inf_tb_vh *Disclaimer: Nothing inside of Keeping it 100 Radio or our resources is intended as medical advice. Always consult a physician before making changes to your insulin doses, diet or general wellness.
This week, in our last episode, Kelsie walks us through the details of Casey Anthony. Casey was 22 years old when her 3 year old daughter, Caylee, disappeared. Casey didn't report the disappearance for 31 days, and then ultimately blamed the nanny, who turned out to not exist. Make sure you're following along as we upload new episodes each week. As always, thank you for listening! Sources for this episode include:
The last Thursday episode of the season! Kelsie walks us through the Smiley Face Killers, a theory built off of college aged, white men disappearing after a night out and winding up dead in a body of water months later. The cause of death? Undetermined. There are lots of interesting factors surrounding the deaths that police can't draw a conclusion from. Make sure you're following as we upload episodes every Monday. As always, thank you for listening!Sources for this episode include:
Contrary to popular fucking belief, fashion isn't a shallow thing to invest in. It's actually another facet of self-development work. I recently hired one of my badass best friends, Kelsie Hockins, to help me give my wardrobe a much-needed update. What she does is more than just focusing on the clothes; she's a style coach, which means she helps women that are looking to upgrade not only their wardrobes, but also their lives. Looking beyond the “aesthetics” and feeling into the essence, Kelsie helps women build a relationship with their clothes that allows them to feel confident, sexy, powerful, and ICONIC AF. We are all about ICONIC here at Unf*ck Your Relationships, so of course I had to have her on the podcast. Get ready for a total overhaul of the way you look at your clothes. CONNECT WITH MICHELLE: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/michellepanning Website: http://www.michellepanning.com CONNECT WITH KELSIE: Website: www.stylebyyou.com.au Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itskelsiehockins/ EPISODE RESOURCES: Ready to quit playing a supporting role in your own life? Join my course, Main Character Energy, starting in early January: https://michellepanning.thrivecart.com/main-character-energy/ If you want to go from feeling anxious AF about your love life to feeling confident, secure, and having unfuckwithable self-worth, join my program The Connected Woman, starting in early February: https://michellepanning.com/the-connected-woman Can't choose? You don't have to! Get the Main Character Energy and The Connected Woman BUNDLE: https://michellepanning.thrivecart.com/hot-girl-shit-bundle-tcw-mce/ Join The Hotline, a 4-week group Voxer container for you to plug into my mind and feel supported over the holidays: https://michellepanning.thrivecart.com/the-hotline/
Hailey and Sean welcome Tarik El-Bashir ahead of the Caps home game vs Dallas on Thursday evening, to discuss the 'Great 8's' historic assault on the NHL's goal scoring record and the resurgence of the once struggling Washington Capitals. Salvian and Gentille take a look at the struggling LA Kings, and stick tap Trevor Moore who signed an extension with his hometown team, they debate the merits of a play-in round of the playoffs, how the NHL and the Ottawa Senators need Ryan Reynolds in their lives and we send our love to Calgary Flames Assistant General Manager Chris Snow and his #Snowystrong better half Kelsie. Subscribe to The Athletic Hockey Show on YouTube: http://youtube.com/@theathletichockeyshow Get a 1-year subscription to The Athletic for $2 a month when you visit http://theathletic.com/hockeyshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, Kelsie walks us through the bizarre story of Delimar Vera, the ten-day old baby that allegedly perished in a house fire. Six years later, Delimar appears, and in this twisted turn of events, family drama unfolds. Make sure you're following as we upload new episodes every Monday. As always, thank you for listening!Sources for this episode include:- https://www.ranker.com/list/bizarre-true-crime-twists/chrissy-rosehttps://www.osmosis.org/answers/pseudocyesis#:~:text=Pseudocyesis%20(i.e.%2C%20false%20pregnancy),delusional%20belief%20of%20being%20pregnant.https://www.kidspot.com.au/news/mum-discovers-baby-alive-six-years-after-being-told-she-died-in-a-fire/news-story/67d92e4e5368fdc7d7c850965cb34c3dhttps://www.cnn.com/2004/US/Northeast/03/01/girl.found.alive/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Girl_Lost:_The_Delimar_Vera_Storyhttps://www.foxnews.com/story/woman-took-baby-from-burning-house-gets-30-yearshttps://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-2004-mar-09-na-kidnap9-story.htmlhttps://www.nbcnews.com/id/wbna4452305https://www.tampabay.com/archive/2004/03/07/daughter-lost-in-fire-returns-but-questions-swirl-in-family/https://buffalonews.com/news/girl-6-parents-reunited-mother-thought-baby-died-in-a-fire/article_d53c9f97-97f7-59ee-a9f1-697b2849f59d.html
We're switching it up a bit this week as Chase is taking Kelsie back to his hometown and walking through the details of the unsolved murder of Shellie Carson. Shellie was only 18 years old when she was riding her bike home from the 7/11 up the street. The next morning, she was found brutally beaten half a mile from her house in her own neighborhood. To this day, police are still unsure what happened. Make sure you're following as we upload new episodes every Monday. As always, thank you for listening!Sources for this episode include:-
Tonight Neoborn and Andia are interviewing a great upcoming artist, Kelsie Kimberlin. Fun, music, life, great music, deeper thoughts and even a recipe is on the air tonight.And it all starts with shoes and ends with a fruit basket.How?Press play!Only on this planet!Purple rabbits for peace, respect and equality!........................................ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, Devin is joined by fellow co-worker and NBC 7 News Producer Kelsie Morgan. The two discuss their journalism journey, give an inside look into the world of producing TV News, and so much more! Kelsie Morgan is a News Producer for NBC 7 News in San Diego. She produces the 6pm newscast, and has done other shows as well. Before her time at NBC 7, she spent four years at 4 News Now in Spokane, Washington. Kelsie is an alum of Gonzaga University. Feel free to follow her on Twitter @Kelsie__Morgan. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Kelsie walks us through the horrific killings of Michelle Mishcon and Joseph John Stevens III in Jupiter, Florida in 2016. Austin Harrouff was your average college student, excelling in school, playing sports and hanging with his friends in his frat. Mental health quickly changed Austin and unfortunately, tragedy struck. We upload new episodes every Monday and Thursday, so make sure you stick around. As always, thank you for listening!IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW IS STRUGGLING WITH MENTAL HEALTH, PLEASE CONTACT1-800-950-NAMI (6264) or email@example.com to find support and resources.Sources for today's episode include:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAFNZvKFCuU (Austin on surveillance)https://www.palmbeachpost.com/story/news/crime/2018/03/08/austin-harrouff-s-parents-detail/7537344007/https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/family-slams-florida-court-decision-161257667.html https://people.com/crime/austin-harrouff-florida-man-killed-couple-tried-eat-victim-face-not-guilty-insanity/ https://www.palmbeachpost.com/story/news/crime/2016/11/25/austin-harrouff-writings-before-homicides/7004150007/https://archive.tcpalm.com/news/crime/martin-county/who-were-john-stevens-and-michelle-mishcon-3a311f35-9fd2-3964-e053-0100007f723f-390374671.html/ https://www.tcpalm.com/story/news/crime/martin-county/2021/09/30/austin-harrouffs-sanity-when-he-killed-tequesta-couple-unsettled/5907147001/https://digitaledition.orlandosentinel.com/tribune/article_popover.aspx?guid=0a4c7e04-4c5b-487b-a2e4-138213464c5bhttps://everipedia.org/wiki/lang_en/austin-harrouffhttps://digitaledition.orlandosentinel.com/tribune/article_popover.aspx?guid=cc35282c-bd87-4229-8d3f-7ca3f52f3b2e https://nypost.com/2022/11/28/white-rich-boy-justice-family-rages-as-florida-cannibal-killer-may-be-free-again/https://www.palmbeachpost.com/story/news/crime/2016/11/25/austin-harrouff-writings-before-homicides/7004150007/https://everipedia.org/wiki/lang_en/austin-harrouffhttps://digitaledition.orlandosentinel.com/tribune/article_popover.aspx?guid=0a4c7e04-4c5b-487b-a2e4-138213464c5b
Join Kelsie as she discusses the addiction that no one talks about, approval addiction. As a photographer, she expresses the ugly parts of being in a people pleasing industry and how God grows us in our weakest moments. This year has been a tough one for many. Kelsie hopes this short episode/brain dump will encourage others to seek God in the hard seasons instead of pushing him away. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/picturingpurposepodcast/support
This week, Kelsie walks us through what was once the youngest serial killer in the world, 11 year old Mary Bell. Mary Bell grew up in England and had a horrible, neglectful childhood. By the age of eight, Mary Bell was smart enough not to incriminate herself in a crime, and was the ring leader of not the best after school activities. Make sure you're following as we upload episodes every Monday and Thursday. As always, thank you for listening!Sources for this episode include:https://allthatsinteresting.com/mary-bellhttps://www.newindianexpress.com/nation/2022/jul/23/8-year-old-boy-from-bihar-is-worlds-youngest-serial-killer-say-reports-2479862.htmlhttps://filmdaily.co/news/mary-bell-now/
After months of waiting, the day has arrived: I'm making a trip back to Ukraine! In this episode, we'll share more about the purpose of my trip and give an update on the war. We're also excited to share a brief preview of something new God is doing in our ministry here in Žilina!Thank you so much for listening to our podcast! Please share this episode with your friends, and pray for our family as we continue ministering to Ukrainians in Eastern Europe.How You Can PrayPray for safety as I travel to Ukraine.Pray that the van would continue to operate well, both for my trip and for those who will be driving it in Ukraine.Pray for protection and warmth for millions of Ukrainians who, as a result of Russian aggression, now face freezing temperatures with a badly damaged electrical grid.Pray that Kelsie's residency application will be accepted on December 19.Pray that God would bless and grow our new Ukrainian fellowship group. More details coming in our next newsletter!Pray for peace and liberty in Ukraine.
Underneath It All Show NotesSeason 4, Episode 13: Type 9: The PeacekeeperGrizel is joined by Kelsie, an Enneagram 9 Mentor, who helps other Enneagram Type Nines deal with mental health, conflict, boundaries, and more. On this episode, Grizel and Kelsie talk about accountability to dig into emotions, the unique emotional thresholds, and how to hold space for conflict as an Enneagram Type 9: The Peacemaker. From Truity.com: Nines are defined by their desire to maintain a sense of inner peace and harmony, and to avoid conflict or other emotional disturbances. They are typically agreeable, calm, and easy to be around. Nines rarely rock the boat, but they can be stubborn. While they typically go with the flow, they dislike being controlled and will respond with passive resistance if pushed too far.Deepest Fear: Nines fear being too needy and thus pushing people away. They cope with this fear by submitting to the desires and agendas of the people around them: being agreeable in order to be included.Core Motivations: Nines are motivated by their need for peace and harmony in their environment, and the desire to avoid conflict and deal with unpleasant emotions. Resources from this episode: Underneath It All Instagram: @underneathitallpodUnderneath it All EpisodesUIA is listener supported. Join our PATREON to support the show and have early access and more. Follow Grizel on Instagram: @grizelcaminasKelsie InstagramIf you want to continue digging into your Enneagram Type, you can check out the Enneagram Workbook HERE. If you're a Nine, or want to learn more about Nines, visit Kelsie's Instagram, @healthy9club. She is coming out with a course for type Nines, which will be released in 2023!!!If you enjoyed the episode and want to support the podcast, you can do that by rating us on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen to your podcasts. It's a fast and free way to support the show and it REALLY makes a difference in others finding us!Lastly, don't forget to subscribe to my newsletter to stay updated with the podcast, and so much more. Underneath It All is produced and hosted by Grizel.Additional Music was found by using Epidemic Sound. Podcast cover artwork designed by Alex.
Southwest Pipe Trades Association (SWPTA) Political Director Ron Lord joined the America's Work Force Union Podcast and discussed the importance of face-to-face conversations when it comes to political campaigning and getting out the vote. He also talked about the importance of courting both political parties to support labor issues. Office and Professional Employees International Union (OPEIU) Local 12 President Kelsie Anderson appeared on the AWF Union Podcast and discussed recent contracts the Local negotiated for nonprofit organizations, including the first Collective Bargaining Agreement for Augsburg University staff.
This week, Kelsie takes us through the case of 14 year old Shaniesha Forbes. Online predators are just as, if not more prevelant in today's society as they were when social media made its debut. Shaniesha was your average high school student, enticed by an older man looking for a younger girl to prey on. Make sure you're following along as we upload new episodes every Monday and Thursday. As always, thank you for listening!Sources for this episode include: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2325546/Shaniesha-Forbes-Maine-man-20-arrested-death-14-year-old-girlfriend-14-body-naked-charred-beach-January-mistakenly-thought-pregnant.htmlhttps://www.amny.com/news/christian-ferdinand-gets-25-years-for-killing-brooklyn-girl-shaniesha-forbes-14-1-9783633/https://screenandreveal.com/online-predators-statistics/https://bklyner.com/christian-ferdinand-convicted-killing-14-year-old-shaniesha-forbes-burning-body-gerritsen-beach-sheepshead-bay/ https://amsterdamnews.com/news/2014/12/02/man-found-guilty-killing-brooklyn-teen-girl/ https://nypost.com/2015/01/07/man-who-killed-teen-girlfriend-gets-29-years-to-life-in-prison/ https://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424127887323582904578487472518745696#:~:text=The%20pair%20had%20met%20when,December%202012%2C%20the%20official%20said.https://nypost.com/2013/05/16/family-of-slain-teen-blasts-boyfriend-after-fiend-allegedly-killed-her-because-he-thought-she-was-pregnant/https://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/shaniesha-forbes-funeral-naked-burnt-body-gerritsen-beach-brooklyn-death-mystery/1984051/#:~:text=Her%20family%20said%20she%20left,%2C%20%22My%20daughter%20was%20funny.
Overcoming the fear of starting and financing a new business idea Learning the basics of business startup Testing the popup concept The importance of packaging at a popup Bringing the skill of fashion buying to a flower shop The power of asking questions Building a team Becoming a mother while running a business LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 107: Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising Gansevoort Market Tori Burch Foundation Fleishman is in Trouble FOLLOW POPUPFLORIST: WEBSITE INSTAGRAM TODAY'S EPISODE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: MADRID FLOWER SCHOOL Want to study floral design in Europe? Madrid Flower School offers contemporary and traditional styles and techniques with 10 instructors. Check out the professional program which also includes photography, styling, and business essentials. Offered in both Spanish and English. Host: Amy McGee (Botanical Brouhaha + Bloom Trust Co.) BB Podcast Sound Engineer: Grayson McGee Music Written & Performed by: Landon McGee
Happy Thanksgiving! It's only fair that Kelsie go back to her hometown and share details of the cult of Plymouth, Massachusetts in this bonus episode. The Twelve Tribes grew out of Chattanooga, Tennessee and migrated up to New England after some bad press. To this day, the cult is still active and practicing. Make sure you're subscribed as we upload every Monday and Thursday. As always, thanks for listening!Sources for this episode include:https://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2021/feb/03/death-twelve-tribes-founder-leaves-future-unc/ https://twelvetribes.org/beliefshttps://www.mercurynews.com/2022/03/07/twelve-tribes-cult-labor-exploitation-yellow-deli/https://www.denverpost.com/2022/03/03/twelve-tribes-cult-child-abuse/ (victim story)https://psmag.com/social-justice/children-of-the-tribes http://www.people.vcu.edu/~dbromley/undergraduate/spiritualCommunity/TwelveTribes.html https://www.wkrg.com/northwest-florida/okaloosa-county/former-florida-tennis-coach-found-working-for-cult-in-massachusetts-wanted-for-2007-sex-crimes-okaloosa-co-sheriff/https://www.wkrg.com/northwest-florida/okaloosa-county/former-florida-tennis-coach-found-working-for-cult-in-massachusetts-wanted-for-2007-sex-crimes-okaloosa-co-sheriff/https://nypost.com/2022/11/15/idaho-woman-arrested-in-disappearance-of-a-five-year-old-boy-michael-vaughan/https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2022/11/17/idaho-students-killed-explained/https://www.cbsnews.com/news/shanquella-robinson-death-mexico-investigates-american-woman-seen-being-beaten-video/
In this episode of Agency Intelligence podcast, host Jason Cass interviews Kelsie Hoehne Manager of Quality Assurance and Agency Training at TRICOR Insurance. Kelsie talks about the importance of building and maintaining a culture of learning within your agency. Episode Highlights: Kelsie introduces herself and shares her background. (2:02) Kelsie discusses the TRICOR learning management system as well as its importance in creating and delivering consistent content that allows for transparency. (6:05) Kelsie shares that the reason they are not leaning towards virtual employees is that they are currently focused on maintaining and managing internal hires. (8:21) Kelsie mentions the importance of having a clear trajectory in order to understand and provide immediate value toward your goal. (12:51) Kelsie explains that failure should be treated as a learning opportunity to build culture and psychological safety for those new to the industry. (14:43) Kelsie shares that one of the things they are working on is emphasizing the culture of learning in the company. (17:30) Kelsie elaborates on how important it is to build a strong relationships and connection with your employees. (21:43) Key Quotes: "The things that I remember most distinctly when I was new to the industry, are the times that I royally screwed something up because it was an out-of-the-box situation." - Kelsie Hoehne "The culture is what keeps people, right? I think our greatest tool in the toolbox in terms of retention is building connection and a culture that they don't want to quit." - Kelsie Hoehne "I think empathy is a cornerstone, not only in, like our claims process and just our day-to-day interactions with clients. It's a critical piece when we're talking about maintaining the humanity of the workplace" - Kelsie Hoehne Resources Mentioned: Kelsie Hoehne LinkedIn TRICOR Insurance LLC Reach out to Jason Cass Agency Intelligence
TW: Suicidal ideation, self-harm Kelsie Hurula falls into a deep, all-consuming depression because of a terrible mistake that blows up her life. Alone and ashamed, she hides in her bedroom for months, convinced that she doesn't deserve to get better. Listen to Kelsie's inspiring change story and how she finds the path to forgiveness and self-acceptance. This episode is dedicated to the inspiring young voices of Beloved Arise – a non-profit that celebrates and empowers LGBTQ+ youth of faith. This episode features “Here Right Now” by Tow'rs. Follow us on Instagram at @achangemindset. Learn more about Kelsie: Kelsie's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lifethroughmylens03/?hl=en If you enjoyed this episode, then please either: Follow on Apple Podcasts Follow on Spotify
This episode's official marker is Season 3 Episode 30… uh huh that's right Lucky #30 and we are so lucky because I get to share with you all my chat with Brooklyn artist Kelsie McNair of Soft Shapes. Soft Shapes is all about P L A Y. Kelsie chooses colors that are fun, clever, and exciting to create shapes that remind us of the sweet and simple pleasures. She's wise beyond her years, and one of my favorites guests to date! Join me as I crack it all wide open… To see more of Kelsie's work her instagram is @softshapes and her website is linktr.ee/softshapes.The song Kelsie chose to share is called “Safe Away" For the Cracked Patreon page members Kelsie is offering a 1-hour consultation session answering any questions from glass to imagery and branding for 50% off - so only $30 as opposed to the normal $60.She's also generously gifting one of those fused flatware sets we spoke about to a lucky Patreon member. I'll be doing a drawing for that on instagram in my stories on Sunday November 27th, 2022 and messaging the winner directly as well. That's 12 days after the release of this episode. Honorable mentions from this episode:Daughter Cafe Grace Ludmer - illustration Bri EmeryDesign Love FestRubber bumpers/screwsLink to classes @ Craftsman AveLink to classes @ Urban GlassEllenburg and ShafferLink to YouTube of song GardeniaLink to Pyrrhic-Whim songsartlist.io/artist/232/pyrrhic-whimFavorite Artists:Jimmy MarbleHilma af Klint Glass Artists:Sacha Carlos-RapsSoeunFor episodic sponsorship opportunities please email firstname.lastname@example.org.Thank you to this episode's sponsors:Canfield Technologies Canfield sets the standard for the Stained Glass industry. Paul Wissmach Glass Co. Your Source of Colored Sheet GlassSupport the show
Happy Monday! We're back and this week Kelsie walks us through the case of Stacey Castor, a mother who quickly became known as the black widow. Stacey's first husband died suddenly of a heart attack, then her second husband suddenly died by suicide, and when police started to question Stacey, she quickly pinned their murders on her daughter. Make sure you're following along, as we upload episodes every Monday and Thursday. As always, thank you for listening!Sources for this episode include:
It's a bonus! In this episode, Kelsie walks us through the case of a dirty cop, who ultimately ended up begging for the death penalty. Walking through life thinking he was the toughest guy in the world, Frank J Coppola didn't fear death, and wanted everyone to know it. Make sure you're subscribed as we upload episodes every Monday and Thursday. As always, thank you for listening!Sources for this episode include: https://www.upi.com/Archives/1982/08/09/Frank-Joseph-Coppola-He-was-crazy-anything-for-a-laugh/7855397713600/https://www.upi.com/Archives/1982/08/11/Convicted-murderer-Frank-Coppola-a-former-policeman-who-preferred/5929397886400/https://murderpedia.org/male.C/c1/coppola-frank.htmhttps://www.upi.com/Archives/1982/08/10/Dying-womans-prediction-God-will-make-you-pay-for-this/7330397800000/https://www.wellsfuneralhome.net/guestbook?id=2890482https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/opinions/1982/08/22/notes-from-a-prison-cell-on-the-coppola-execution/9fdf8bd6-7268-499c-a368-e416a0ee48f2/
Be sure to follow and connect with Kelsie on Twitter - @KelsieMorris12 Book Adam for your next event! mradamwelcome.com/speaking Adam's Books: Kids Deserve It - amzn.to/3JzaoZv Run Like a Pirate - amzn.to/3KH9fjT Teachers Deserve It - amzn.to/3jzATDg Empower Our Girls - amzn.to/3JyR4vm Social Media: @mradawelcome
Kelsie invites her friend, Hannah, and Hannah's mother Denna to the show to share their story of loss, grief, hope, and faith. Hannah's father/Denna's husband passed away last year from covid. Hannah and Denna choose to celebrate his life and share the blessings God has given them. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/picturingpurposepodcast/support
This episode is full of impact and positive light shining on the people who deserve it. Many people in our community do things without any public praise or pats on the back. Especially people who help victims of abuse with private situations. It's not something to be displayed because it's someone's life and their confidentiality is very important. This specific episode shines a light on the wonderful Fort Smith Crisis Intervention Center. Our special guest, Penni Burns, is the CEO of the Crisis Intervention Center. Penni explains more about the organization and how amazing it truly is during our conversation. Penni is a wonderful and gifted person who goes above and beyond for our community and Kelsie was honored to meet her. If you or a loved one have encountered abuse, this episode is very healing and informative. Kelsie encourages everyone to listen with an open heart and remember that we all have different struggles in our lives. Sometimes people have been through incredible amounts of pain and trauma that they do not know any different. "Why didn't they just leave?" is an insensitive approach to someone who has been in an abusive relationship. Penni explains this perspective wonderfully and we are thankful she did. We never truly know what someone else is going through. Life is hard and this world is full of very difficult things, let's try to give grace and put the eyes of Jesus on every day. Fort Smith Crisis Intervention Center | Facebook Crisis Intervention Center : Fort Smith, AR (fscic.org) 24/7 CRISIS HOTLINE: 1.800.359.0056 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/picturingpurposepodcast/support
Are you a mama who wants to start or grow your blog? Today we are joined by Kelsie Brown, a former student in the Ultimate Blog Bootcamp. Kelsie shares how she has grown her blog while raising a family. She shares how her blog has changed and pivoted over the years and how she now has integrated blogging into her family. If you are a mama and are scared to start a blog or wondering how to grow your blog while also being a mom, this episode is going to be one you want to hear!Check out the show notes (link below) for more information including links and resources mentioned in today's episode!Thanks for listening! Connect with us on Instagram: @sparkmediaconceptsCheck out The Blog Depot. This is a community and course that we have set up for you if you need questions answered before you start your blog. Join the waitlist for The Ultimate Blog Bootcamp, our online course and coaching that helps you build the blog that you have always dreamed of.SHOW NOTES: www.sparkmediaconcepts.com/episode45
Why did I want to talk with Kelsie Igasan on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast? I am your host Jason LaChance, and I spoke with Kelsie because she has been a personal inspiration, not only for her activism in the addiction recovery community but also for her vulnerability as a wife and mother. Leading by example to show her children that they need not carry any shame that surrounds addiction and mental health issues. Kelsie was a nationally ranked all-star cheerleader and gymnast, now a recovering alcoholic/addict, suicide survivor, and mom of four. She educates communities on the dangers of trauma and its impact on mental health and addiction. She entered into recovery in 2006 at the age of sixteen; she is a trauma survivor who lived through teen incarceration, sexual assault, a traumatic brain injury both on and off the mat, mental health disorders, and in 2017 survived a suicide attempt in the thick of a relapse; leading to long term recovery. With over a decade of experience in recovery; Kelsie shares her story of trauma survival with the hopes of ending the mental health stigma while inspiring others to live unashamed with purpose. Kelsie is doing amazing work in her community, sharing her story with anyone and everyone who can gain value from The Butterfly Inside. The Butterfly Inside provides trauma-informed services including public speaking education on addiction, traumatic brain injuries, suicide prevention, interventions, addiction treatment placement, and mentorship to women and adolescent girls in crisis. This is Kelsie Igasan in her own words on Knockin' Doorz Down. For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For more information on Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down, the Carlos Vieira Foundation, the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma, and Race For Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ For more information on speaking engagements and resources visit https://www.thebutterflyinside.com/ email email@example.com or call 559-981-6425 For Social Media https://www.facebook.com/thebutterflyinside.TBI https://www.instagram.com/kelsiggy Listen to and Subscribe to the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast on all audio platforms and on YouTube for more amazing conversations of hope at prosperity at https://www.KDDPodcast.com and follow Knockin' Doorz Down on social media.
Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Byron McClure D.Ed. Dr. Byron McClure is a National Certified School Psychologist, Founder of Lessons For SEL, and currently the Director of Innovation for 7 Mindsets. He formerly served as the Assistant Director of School Redesign for DC Public Schools, where he was responsible for leading and reimagining what Social Emotional Learning looked like within an inner-city community. He is on a mission to shift how people think from what's wrong to what's strong!" Kelsie Reed, Ph.D. Dr. Kelsie Reed is a nationally certified school psychologist who works at the elementary school level in Maryland. She graduated from Loyola University Chicago with her PhD in 2020 and was the recipient of two university awards for her dissertation titled, “Investigating Exclusionary Discipline: Teachers, Deficit Thinking, and Root Cause Analysis.” Dr. Reed is passionate about advancing educational equity for minoritized students, disrupting the school-to-prison pipeline, identifying and implementing alternatives to suspension, and closing the policy to practice gap. Show Highlights The impact of Eugenics on policies and practices Assessments created to promote a superior race Alternative assessment options Hacking Deficit Thinking Connect with Byron Hacking Deficit Thinking Website Twitter Facebook Page Instagram Connect with Kelsie Instagram Sassy4SocialJustice Twitter Additional Resources Hacking Deficit Thinking: 8 Reframes that will change the way you think about strength-based practices and equity in schools Book Dr. Eakins Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about the Advocacy Room Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies
SPP 152: Hacking Deficit Thinking With Byron Mc Clure And Kelsie Reed #psychedpodcast is thrilled to be chatting with Dr. McClure and Dr. Reed! https://www.hackingdeficitthinking.com/ Dr. Byron McClure, D.Ed., is a nationally certified school psychologist and founder of Lessons For SEL. He uses research and human-centered design thinking to build empathy, ideate, co-create solutions, and… Continue reading SPP 152: Hacking Deficit Thinking With Byron Mc Clure And Kelsie Reed
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In the Season Three opener, Chris and Kelsie talk about the loneliness of longterm illness, about the difficulty of watching your person grieve losses and grapple with profound sadness, about feeling isolated and alone in rooms full of people or even next to the person you love most, and about how to let people know you see their struggle and that you care. Support the show
Kelsie Hancock is a photographer, travel blogger and resident of San Diego, CA and was commissioned as an officer in the United States Marine Corps in 2015. She was sent to a few different states, but ultimately found herself on Camp Pendleton in San Diego, CA. Kelsie was a communications officer and served on active duty for 4 years. While stationed on Pendelton, she reconnected with a guy she knew from college (Norwich University in Vermont) Nicholas Losapio, also a Captain in the Marine Corps, and an MV-22 Osprey pilot. Nick was the love of Kelsie's life. They dated for several months and then moved into their first apartment together in September 2020, and got engaged on January 16, 2021, in Mammoth Lakes, CA. Their wedding date was set for August 4, 2022 in San Diego. On June 8, 2022, Nick was flying a routine training flight near El Centro, CA with his co-pilot and 3 other crew members. It was a typical day at the office for him. A Weapons and Tactics Instructor (WTI), which can easily be described as the equivalent of Top Gun, and one of the most experienced and well-versed Osprey pilots on the West Coast, if not the entire Marine Corps, Nick's plane went down due to reasons still under investigation. He and the 4 other Marines on the plane perished in the mishap. Kelsie's whole world was turned upside down as she lost her best friend and love of her life. Today Kelsie and I talk all about her story of meeting and falling in love with Nick, what happened on June 8 when Nick passed away, and what life has been like for her since. We also talk about the personal mission she feels called to be on to help other people who are in similar circumstances as she was when Nick passed, as a loved one but not yet a spouse of someone who passed away in active duty. Kelsie is working hard to keep her home and keep her life together, and her story really touched my heart. The gofundme that her friends created has been "the biggest blessing of all" since Nick's passing, and if you'd like to donate you can do that through the link in today's show notes. Time Stamps: [02:18] - Kelsie Hancock talks about growing up in Southern Maryland. [04:18] - How did Kelsie end up in San Diego? [06:54] - Kelsie recalls the camping trip where she bonded with Nick. [09:05] - Why does Kelsie say her date with Nick was the best date ever? [11:20] - Kelsie talks about starting a blog and other life milestones after fulfilling her service. [13:42] - What is it like to be in a relationship with someone who is deployed? [16:18] - What does Kelsie remember about her engagement to Nick? [18:48] - Did the engagement go as planned? Kelsie tells the story of tacos, guacamole, and a missing ring. [21:44] - Kelsie shares her memory of June 8, 2022. [24:43] - A partner who motivates you to be a better version of yourself. [26:47] - Does Kelsie blame God? [29:45] - God sees the big picture. Kelsie explains her thoughts on trusting the larger plan God has. [31:19] - Kelsie shares what sign she repeatedly sees that reminds her everything will be okay. [34:14] - Kelsie plans to start a foundation to support spouses of service members. [37:14] - Which resources would Kelsie like to offer at her future foundation? [39:15] - What are the immediate needs of grieving spouses? [42:14] - Don't forget to spend quality time with the people you love. Supporting Resources: Instagram @its.kelsiemarie Kelsie's photography page Donate to the Gofundme account setup for Kelsie