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In this episode we talk with 2018 Culinary Arts HONORS graduate, Justin Udom, founder and owner of Pop Culture Artisan Pops - https://popcultureap.com/. Justin enrolled at Kapiʻolani Community with a Bachelorʻs Degree in Business from Loyola Marymount University, several years of work experience in finance, and a dream. His insights on what it takes to be an entrepreneur is something all aspiring independent business owners need to hear. You can also read about Justin in the UH Alumni News. I had one of his Artisan Pops and it was DELICIOUS! I need to try the Coffee Cacao Nib Swirl! Please enjoy (both the podcast and his Pops) and share widely! Thanks!
In this episode, Paul Edwards expands more on the Palo Alto Networks ecosystem and how partners are taking advantage of the accelerated business opportunities that lead to growth across the spectrum of their services and software inside of Palo Alto Network deals. Based on the ebook, Paul shares the reason why partnerships are so effective in terms of revenue and the customer value lifecycle - it's a win-win situation for everyone. Partners sell products and solutions to others and then receive the proper training so customers understand what they're investing in and how valuable it is for their future growth. Learn more in PARTNER SECURITY GROWTH AND VALUE: How Partners Are Creating Services Opportunities with Palo Alto Networks an IDC eBook & infographic available on the partner portal now. About the Guest Paul Edwards is the Director of Software Channels & Ecosystems at IDC, where he focuses solely on providing research-based partner strategy advice to top software and cloud suppliers. Mr. Edwards' job entails a lot of research on vendor and partner dynamics and how they affect go-to-market strategy with partners analyzing business models and practices in the development, execution, and management of effective partner strategies across the ecosystem is part of this. About Palo Alto Networks A global cybersecurity company, Palo Alto Networks enables your team to prevent successful cyberattacks with an automated approach that delivers consistent security across cloud, network, and mobile devices. Our mission is to be the cybersecurity partner of choice, protecting our digital way of life. We help address the world's greatest security challenges with continuous innovation that seizes the latest breakthroughs in artificial intelligence, analytics, automation, and orchestration. With the release of enhancements to our award-winning NextWave partner program, we are investing in, growing with, and optimizing for the partner of tomorrow. There has never been a better time to be a Palo Alto Networks NextWave partner! Visit the Partner Portal and get the inside scoop. About the Host Maria Dalasio (she/hers) Previously Global Partner Experience Content Manager now Channel Program Manager, Unit 42 at Palo Alto Networks, Maria works to amplify key channel initiatives by leading new channel strategies and managing all partner-affiliated programmatic efforts for Unit 42. She previously held roles in sales and marketing and graduated with a BBA from the College of Business Administration at Loyola Marymount University in 2014.
Welcome to the Conversations with CommerceNext podcast, I'm your host Michael LeBlanc, and this podcast is brought to you in conjunction with CommerceNext and presented by CommX.On this episode meet John Hazen, the Chief Digital Officer at Boot Barn, a west-coast-based specialty store retail powerhouse. John describes his journey to working within a retail first brand and appreciating the cultural differences in any organization to be truly successful. Next, John talks about his deep attachment to ensuring a seamless shopping experience for his customers and the journey at Boot Barn to keep the focus and understand the power of their stores and the force multiplier that a well-architected digital strategy must become.About JohnOmnichannel and e-Commerce executive/thought leader rooted in apparel&footwear. Extensive experience architecting, launching and running global enterprise initiatives focusing on Omnichannel, e-commerce, retail digital enablement & CRM . Expert in commerce platforms, merchandising, technology with a strong digital background , inventor of patented technology for Nike Digital. MBA from Loyola Marymount University and extensive (15+ years) digital experience working within the apparel/retail industry.Skateboarder, surfer , triathlete and Pixar nut.
(Airdate 9/14/22) Dr. Fernando Guerra is the director of the Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Center for the Study of Los Angeles at Loyola Marymount University. He earned his Ph.D. and M.A. in Political Science from the University of Michigan and his B.A. in International Relations from the University of Southern California. His area of scholarly work is in local governance, urban politics, and racial and ethnic politics.
Diego and Nick sit down with LMU (Loyola Marymount University) Assistant Coach Chelsey Patterson to talk about several topics covering her soccer journey. What's the transition like from player to coach? What were the important factors that shaped her coaching as she learned from multiple coaches in different team environments? How can we recruit and retain more women in coaching?Click here to learn more about Chelsey Patterson and LMU.
Writing Your Narrative Story. The host for this show is Phyllis Blees. The guest is Susie McDaniel. Human creativity springs from human beings. All that we are is what we bring to that moment in time, when creativity is called for at all stages of the family life cycle: from job changes, relocations, grief, and loss on the one hand, and simply what to make for dinner or where to go on vacation on the other hand. We learn that our biography is creativity. We learn how to create our biographies from Susie McDaniel, Ph.D. whose professional life's work has been in family systems and family communication. We learn her signature method for guiding a decade of students at Loyola Marymount University to write, and in some cases produce, their own Story-Corps narratives of seminal events that led to creative breakthroughs. This is a very practical approach to self-discovery in the quest to connect the seeds of our creativity to the needs of our life and the world. The seeds are our own family roles, rules, rituals, conflicts, learning, inherited traits, vision, values, and beliefs. The ThinkTech YouTube Playlist for this show is https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQpkwcNJny6koOuEfnRgs0d5aPeLJKJXJ Please visit our ThinkTech website at https://thinktechhawaii.com and see our Think Tech Advisories at https://thinktechadvisories.blogspot.com.
On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham speak with Dr. Tom Ford, the Chief Executive Officer of The Bay Foundation, Director of the Santa Monica Bay National Estuary Program, and Co-Executive Director of the Coastal Research Institute at Loyola Marymount University. Nearly two million people live in the Santa Monica Bay Watershed stretching from Ventura County to Palos Verdes, from the Santa Monica Mountains and Griffith Park to Baldwin Hills and out to the sea—and more than 5,000 species of animals, fish, birds, and plants make their home in the Bay and the Bay Watershed. The Bay Foundation (TBF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit environmental group founded in 1990 to restore and enhance Santa Monica Bay and local coastal waters. TBF is staffed by science and policy experts who are passionate about understanding and protecting the Bay and its watershed. This provides many benefits to people and wildlife, supports a strong economy, and improves our quality of life. TBF works with a broad group of stakeholders, including government agencies, environmental groups, local communities, industry leaders, and scientists, to create and put into action innovative projects that clean up our waterways, create green spaces in urban areas, and restore natural habitats both on land and underwater, such as wetlands and kelp forests. TBF supports the U.S. EPA's Santa Monica Bay National Estuary Program (SMBNEP). The SMBNEP is one of 28 similar programs established under Section 320 of the 1987 Clean Water Act and administered by the U.S. EPA. A central aspect of this work is the implementation of 44 goals, as defined in the SMBNEP's Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP). This publicly developed and adopted plan of action provides a road map for the protection and restoration of Santa Monica Bay and local interests. Learn more about the SMBNEP. For further details, reference the Memorandum of Agreement between the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission and The Bay Foundation regarding the Santa Monica Bay National Estuary Program.
Fernando Guerra is the Founder and Director of The Center for the Study of Los Angeles started in 1996, at the campus of the Loyola Marymount University,(LMU), located in a neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. In addition to growing the Center in its breath of research, he has continued in the position of Professor of Political Science and Chicano Latino Studies for almost 40 years. He arrived at LMU after completing his Doctorate at the University of Michigan. From the very beginning of his teaching he focused his classes on Los Angeles. The inspiration for the creation of such a Center came from the 1992 riots civil unrest which erupted in response to the lack of conviction of the Police Officers who had brutally beaten Rodney King, a Black man. Fernando saw the Center as a place to understand the people of Los Angeles in hope of creating a more equitable City through information from research, student mentorship and engagement with residents and leaders. Fernando explains that the central technique at the Center is to survey the L. A. population about their views of civic issues and events and in essence become the City's pollsters, amassing data that leaders and decision makers can use when considering policies and community programs. Given the dynamic quality of the City of Los Angeles, California, there are new challenges to survey for years to come. He discusses some of their findings and surprises from the past and for today. - To contact Dr. Guerra, email, StudyLa@lmu.edu or email@example.com
Today we are excited to share an except of the closing plenary facilitated by Ontario, California based arts administrator and professor, Elena Marie Muslar. Elena is the Founder and Chief Empowerment Officer of Confide Creative, a coaching and consulting practice dedicated to the collective cultural and economic progress of pre-professionals and working professionals. She is also Associate Director of Programs at Fractured Atlas, a national nonprofit arts service organization that helps artists and creative businesses thrive and a Lecturer at Loyola Marymount University teaching “Introduction to Business in the Arts.” honored by L.A. County for her leadership in the arts & creative economy, commitment to cultural equity & inclusion, and dedication to community affairs & civic pride.Joining Elena in this Closing Plenary conversation, titled Money, Mindset, and Motivation: Where Artist Meets Enterprise are: New York City-based artist, Antuan Byers, Boston, MA - based artist Indira Goodwine, Durham, NC-based artist jumatatu m. poe, and Miami, FL-based artist Rosie Herrera.
Introducing Life Transitions Coach, Grief Specialist, Best-Selling Author, Keynote Speaker, and Media Host Paula Shaw. • The most important things Paula has learned each year which include the importance of family and surrounding yourself with the right people• Learning to love yourself and actually doing things that show it• Staying in the moment and Living it!• Loyalty, Love and Support and why are these critical to expansion and growthPaula Shaw is a Life Transitions Coach and Grief Specialist. She is also a Best-Selling Author, Keynote Speaker, and Media Host on her own show, Change It Up Radio with Paula Shaw.For more than 25 years, Paula has been dedicated to helping people navigate the stress of Change and Challenge using mind/body tools and techniques. She is a founding member of the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology. She has degrees in Education and Communications from Long Beach State University, as well as graduate counseling credentials in Grief and in Addictive Disorders, from Loyola Marymount University.Paula is the author of several books, including Chakras, The Magnificent Seven, Grief... When Will This Pain Ever End? and her latest book, Saying the Right Thing When You Don't Know What To Say.Paula's website: www.changeitupradio.com Brought to you by J.C. Cooley Foundation "Equipping the Youth of Today for the Challenges of Tomorrow".Support the show: http://www.cooleyfoundation.org/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This episode may make you angry but I am hoping that it will also motivate you to advocate for change. I've invited Dr. Bibi Pirayesh back to the Diverse Thinking Different Learning Podcast to talk about learning disabilities as a social justice issue. This topic is certainly charged and rightfully so. Today, we discuss whether our current education system was built for neurodiverse learners. It is hard for me to believe that Dr. Pirayesh fell into educational therapy by accident as she is extraordinary at the work she does. She is also an extraordinary advocate. Her work in the field is tireless and in this episode, she and I discuss the hardships we face as a society that does not allow all learners to reach their potential. Show Notes: [2:47] - Welcome back, Dr. Pirayesh! [3:53] - Learning disabilities is a social justice issue and in recent years social justice has become extremely politicized. [5:10] - While social justice is typically viewed as based around race, gender, and sex, it is all connected through ableism. [6:19] - Why people may feel frustrated and feel like they can't move forward. [8:19] - What is the ideology that fuels ableism in the education system? [9:57] - The way that it is, isn't necessarily the way it is supposed to be. It's just the way it was built and the education system is working exactly the way it was designed. [11:10] - The education system was designed to be competitive. [13:53] - When you read special education law, it becomes clear that this system is created in a specific way. [15:56] - As a system, we don't always interpret the science correctly. [16:54] - During the pandemic, people became more aware of learning problems and mental health issues, but this is not a new problem. [18:41] - Dr. Pirayesh was hopeful in the beginning of the pandemic when there were fast changes in education, but things are settling back to where they were as the pandemic slows. [20:18] - One positive change is access to mental health support, but we haven't made any shifts for marginalized students who learn differently. [22:10] - Reading is one area where research is plentiful and solid and yet we aren't making changes in the system. [23:16] - There is a connection between the prison system and education system. [26:09] - Many people, including Dr. Pirayesh, have felt at times hopeless for change. [27:45] - Small change is a starting point and Dr. Pirayesh sees the impact of individuals and schools being receptive to advocacy. [29:49] - Change is absolutely possible. [31:21] - Dr. Pirayesh shares some mindset shifts she has had to make in her business and personal life. [33:04] - There are hopeful things in a society that isn't built for everyone. Having these conversations isn't enough. There has to be action. [34:42] - How are people coming up against the system and what is the result? [37:10] - Share your story here. About Our Guest: Dr. Bibi Pirayesh holds a Bachelor's degree in Neuroscience and Education from the University of Pittsburgh and a Master's degree in Developmental Psychology from Columbia University where her work focused primarily on children's development of mathematical thinking and cognitive neuroscience. While the emphasis of Dr. Pirayesh's work is on remediating learning disabilities in a one-on-one setting, she is also a sought after speaker and community advocate for children and families around learning rights. Bibi works with children grades 1-12 and covers a wide range of learning difficulties including dyslexia, ADHD, and spectrum disorders. Dr. Pirayesh completed her doctoral work at Loyola Marymount University where she is also faculty and is involved with a number of service organizations including The Association of Educational Therapists. Connect with Dr. Bibi Pirayesh: The Difference is Not the Deficit Project: Share your story Links and Related Resources: Episode 5: Educational Therapy, Distance Learning, and Social Justice with Dr. Bibi Pirayesh 6 Quick Questions for Parents Concerned About Dyslexia 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.
Happy Labor Day weekend 2022: TRP Episode 85 TRP's Labor Day guest today is once again Dr. Arik Greenberg, Ph.D. He's writing a book. We talk at length about Dr. Greenberg's memoir that he's writing that gets into some detail of his family of origin. It mixes with Theology, which is his academic specialty. Then we continue talking about Academic Labor issues, Unions, etc. from our earlier episode 23, published March 11, 2022: available here on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmdTh2QiS9o and Episode 24 on Apple Podcasts available here : https://www.therepublicanprofessor.com/2022/03/12/episode-24-faculty-part-time-tenure-labor-issues-special-guest-dr-arik-greenberg-ph-d-of-loyola-marymount-university-la/ This is the second part of a multi-episode extended set of conversations on Faculty Labor Issues in Higher Education with our special guest today, Dr. Arik Greenberg, Clinical Professor of Theology at Loyola Marymount University, Lost Angeles. Dr. Greenberg is a distinguished, seasoned faculty member on Lost Angeles college campuses and brings a wealth of experience not only in teaching and administration but also in union organizing and peace march demonstrations. This topic of academic labor can get very complicated very quickly, but there is no other dialogue partner I can think of that can rise to that challenge with as much grace and humility as can Professor Greenberg. We are truly delighted that he stopped by to say a hi and stay awhile to continue into the weeds a bit on this topic. And we do continue in some details, some specific numbers, so you can get a feel for what "part-time" professors get paid to teach college in Lost Angeles Ventura, and Orange County, California in recent decades. The Republican Professor is a pro-improving-Faculty-Labor-Issues-on-Campus, pro-making-college-great-again podcast. To move forward we have to listen carefully to each other and learn from each other, to forge relationships that are resilient enough to perdure through time. The Republican Professor welcomes Dr. Arik Greenberg ! The Republican Professor is produced and hosted by Dr. Lucas J. Mather, Ph.D. Happy Labor Day weekend from TRP Here are links to the documents referenced by Dr. Greenberg at almost the 2 hour mark: https://edlabor.house.gov/imo/media/doc/1.24.14-AdjunctEforumReport.pdf and https://pullias.usc.edu/download/imperative-change-fostering-understanding-necessity-changing-non-tenure-track-faculty-policies-practices/?wpdmdl=13873&refresh=62bd03d0771fc1656554448
"It took almost 11 years to get back to our 40 year average on housing stocks and we have a such a low supply that still needs to be built, but it's going to take a long time to get there." -Chad Zendek Today I am interviewing Chad Zendek who is the CEO of CSQ Properties. He is a licensed General Contractor and Registered Professional Engineer. CSQ Properties manages, acquires and repositions multifamily properties throughout the United States. He is the former CEO of Mobile Illuminations which he created alongside his siblings. Chad has presented at my FIBI Pasadena Multi Family meeting and has a Youtunbe channel where he does amazing interviews and shares valuable information about real estate investing. Chad Zendek: Was born and raised in Los Angeles which gave him a first hand look at the southern CA real estate market. At a young age he worked construction, but leaped into engineering because of the lack of education in the construction field. He began his career in Structural Engineering for Boeing working on the space shuttles main engines before becoming CEO of Mobile Illuminations. Chad received his Bachelor's of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Loyola Marymount University, Master's of Science degree in Structural Engineering from USC, and MBA from UCLA. TOPICS COVERED IN THE EPISODE How did Chad get involved in real estate How did construction play a role in his real estate career The relationship between being an entrepreneur and real estate The importance of having control over your time You can treat real estate like another business What is CSQ Properties and what do they do What do wealthy people value Freedom is the goal Why you need to know your market What have been the benefits of investing in Long Beach vs investing in the city of Los Angeles How do politics affect the market What are caring cost and why do they get passed on to the tenants Is it difficult to invest in the city of Los Angeles Equity vs cash flow Why is the Phoenix, AZ market successful How has migration affected major markets What will happen to cap rates What should out of state investors know about investing in Los Angeles How has re trading been altered and perceived now Is inflation eating up cash Why are C class buildings not being built Upward pricing pressure, what does it mean Listen now and find out how Chad found his Real Estate Breakthrough! The Real Estate Breakthrough Show with Christina Suter is where we talk about the reality of real estate, the mindset you need and the tips and tricks to get you moving forward in investing. Join us every week and learn everything you need to know to invest in real estate education and create real wealth for a lifetime. Find out more about Chad here: Website CSQProperties.com IG CSQProperties Facebook CSQ Properties Youtube CSQ Properties LinkedIN Chad Zendek Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lori Stanley, Executive Director of the Loyola Institute for Spirituality talks about the practice of Ignatian Spirituality. She shares how God is always present and at work in our lives. Lori created a way to examine her heart and help her to align her will with God's holy will. Lori utilizes the acronym PATH. P: What principles are guiding my life right now? A:Who am I associating with and how are they impacting my relationship with God? T: What thoughts are going through my mind? What am I feeding myself by thinking about myself? H: What habits am I aware of that are obstacles to listen to God? How can I be more disciplined to respond to God's call in my life? Lori also shares about forgiveness and tells an intimate story in which God guided her to ask for forgiveness when she was wounded by two people she loves.
Lora had a chance to sit down with a few of our teachers from the School of Christian Learning and talk about what inspired them to join ministry and so much more. Great interviews are coming, including today's! About Dr. Christopher:Dr. Smith-Christopher (he prefers simply "Daniel") is Professor of Theological Studies at Loyola Marymount University with specialization in Old Testament Studies and Theology. He is the author of several books, including Micah: A Commentary (The Old Testament Library, 2015); A Biblical Theology of Exile (Overtures to Biblical Theology, ); as well as two textbooks for Catholic high schools: Introduction to the Old Testament: Our Invitation to Faith and Justice, and (with Fr. Patrick Mullen), Sacred Scripture: A Catholic Study of God's Word (both Ave Maria Press). Dr. Smith-Christopher is also the author of “The Books of Ezra-Nehemiah” in The Oxford Bible Commentary, and “Daniel” in the New Interpreter's Bible Commentary. He is the editor of, and a contributor to: Subverting Hatred: The Challenge of Religious Nonviolence (Orbis Books). Dr. Smith-Christopher's teaching reflects wide interests. He has taught on topics in scripture, particularly of the Exilic and Persian periods, and on issues of peace, justice and non-violence, but also on the role of Scripture in African-American Gospel and Blues musical and lyrical traditions, the Bible in Maori/New Zealand cultural contexts, and cross-cultural interpretation of the Bible more generally. Dr. Smith-Christopher has taken both undergraduate and graduate students to New Zealand often, but also regularly takes classes on local visits to culturally-based parishes and congregations in the Los Angeles area, as well as taking students on a Train trip through the Southwest to visit and listen to Native American Christians share their traditions and perspectives. Dr. Smith-Christopher also team-teaches a course on Lamentations and the Blues in Memphis, TN. He has also consulted on many television and multimedia projects in these areas. "Besides teaching the Old Testament, and especially those Scriptures that arise from ancient Israel's traumatic experiences of conquest and subordination under empires - I am especially committed to finding ways to listen to diverse voices today. I am fascinated by the intellectual challenges, and the gifts, of readings from ethnically, culturally, and spiritually diverse Christians - and I seek to invite Christians from many backgrounds to share their readings of the Scripture and how their own insights can transform everyone's readings of the book we share. My reading of the Bible, and my life, has been transformed by listening to experiences other than my own."Support the show
Dan and Jenny meet with the assistant director of fitness and wellness at Loyola Marymount University, Michelle Kieser and discuss the differences of Instagram and reality in the fitness and nutrition world, as well as emphasize the importance of instilling good health habits early on. Links from this episode: The Defining Decade by Meg Jay
Sometimes coaches dream up the best basketball schemes in the most unlikely locations, like when Steve Kerr and Bruce Fraser plotted out the Golden State Warriors' motion-driven system at an airport wine bar. In the case of Paul Westhead's speed game - a devastating combo of continual fast break offense and pressing defense - it all came together when he coached Puerto Rico players during summers off from his main role at LaSalle University in the 70s. Westhead was later named head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers after his friend Jack McKinney fell off his bike and sustained a TBI. After making some inspired adjustments following Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's Finals injury, Westhead guided the Lakers to the NBA title in six games against Dr. J's Sixers, with Magic Johnson winning MVP in his rookie season. Westhead went on to perfect his “shoot in 5 seconds or less” approach - aka “The System” at Loyola Marymount University, where the duo of Hank Gathers and Bo Kimble hung 122 points per game on their opponents. In this episode, Paul shares: How his college coach Dr. Jack Ramsay helped him get into coachingWhy he played Magic at center in the Finals How Puerto Rico basketball and Old Dominion coach Sonny Allen shaped The SystemWhy he's always promised to blow his new team's socks offWhat legacy Hank Gathers left and why he still remembers the free throw Bo Kimble took in his honorLearn more about Paul's basketball journey in his book Speed Game: My Fast Times in Basketball and follow him on Twitter.
Candice Kelsey (she/her) is a poet, educator, and activist. Originally from Cincinnati, she received her Bachelor's degree in English from Miami University, Ohio, with an emphasis on epic poetry. She studied law for two years in Chicago but withdrew to pursue writing. She earned her Master's degree in English, with an emphasis on feminist theory, at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, a city she considers home and where she made a life for twenty-eight years. Candice currently lives in Georgia and finds inspiration from watching white-tailed deer in the backyard with her husband and three children. She remains a Dodgers fan. She has served as a fiction reader for The New England Review and as a poetry judge for Ageless Authors. She has received three Pushcart and two Best of the Net nominations. Her second full-length collection, A Girl / Woman / Teacher / Poet, is out now with Alien Buddha Press (2022), while her debut full-length collection, Still I am Pushing, is out with Finishing Line Press (2020). Candice is the author of Generation MySpace, published by Marlowe & Company (2007), a cutting-edge study of how adolescents navigated the vanguard of social media. She mentors emerging writers. A Girl / Woman / Teacher / Poet: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B9LXFJ9Q/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_N4RA0RKH9JMSNSZHE74Q
A mindfulness practice can help you refine and redefine how you think of freedom. In part two of a conversation about mindfulness, Derik Mills draws upon Professor Christopher Chapple's knowledge of ancient texts and stories to open up the concept of mindfulness and show you pathways into it. Dr. Chapple is Doshi Professor of Indic and Comparative Theology and founding Director of the Master of Arts in Yoga Studies at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, and has published over 20 books about Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Yoga, and religion and ecology. Professor Chapple is also a featured teacher on Glo.Links:Dr. Christopher Chapple Living Landscapes: Meditations on the Five Elements in Hindu, Buddhist, and Jain YogasGurani Anjali Ways of YogaNyanaponika Thera The Heart of Buddhist Meditation: The Buddha's Way of MindfulnessJoseph Goldstein Mindfulness: A Practical Guide to AwakeningBhadantacariya Buddhaghosa The Path of Purification: VisuddhimaggaMaster of Arts in Yoga Studies at Loyola Marymount UniversityGLO classes:Dr. Chapple's classes on Glo
Prim Siripipat sits down with licensed psychologist, author, and the first mental health director of the National Basketball Players Association's Mental Health and Wellness Program, Dr. William Parham. A professor in the counseling program at Loyola Marymount University's School of Education, Dr. Parham discusses the history of the field of psychology and how that influences today's mental health landscape. After having spent over three decades working with some of the best athletes in the world, he explains the layers of athlete mental health and why the inevitable transition from sport is difficult for so many athletes.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Honorable Mr. Kevin Muldoon, JD, the Mayor of Newport Beach in Orange County, California, joins The Republican Professor podcast today to talk about local California politics. You've heard of "the Deep State". Muldoon calls local government "the Shallow State." Kevin has a great sense of humor. Kevin started his career in politics in the George W. Bush White House (Executive Office Building), eventually going on to Law School in Orange County and then to the local prosecutor's office after passing the Bar. He eventually went into business. He graduated from a Loyola Marymount University in Lost Angeles (where Dr. Mather, TRP's producer and host, also went and where Dr. Mather taught for a long time). Kevin was awarded the Dr. Singleton Award in Economics while at LMU. He was recruited by locals to run for local office in Newport Beach and so he did back in 2014, and was elected to the part-time City Council position, where he has been since. He has been Mayor, before, and is currently serving as Mayor, having been selected for the position by his City Council elected colleagues. I'll bet you'll learn something you didn't know about local politics if you stick around. "You don't do it for the money." The Republican Professor is a pro-local-politics-done-right, pro-educating-folks-about-local-politics, pro-transparent-and-no-BS-politician podcast. Therefore, welcome Mr. Mayor of Newport Beach , California (Orange County), USA, Mr. Kevin Muldoon ! The Republican Professor is produced and hosted by Dr. Lucas J. Mather, Ph.D. TRP podcast is currently ranked dead middle in the newly established category of Podcasts that are fantastic but would be mediocre if they were ranked #1. God bless America. God bless Orange County. Remember to subscribe to TRP on your podcast app and YouTube. Follow on social media. Or subscribe to the Substack (link below) for fresh material. Warmly, Lucas J. Mather, Ph.D. The Republican Professor Podcast The Republican Professor Newsletter on Substack https://therepublicanprofessor.substack.com/ https://www.therepublicanprofessor.com/podcast/ YouTube channel: The Republican Professor Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRepublicanProfessor Twitter: @RepublicanProf Instagram: @the_republican_professor
When you think about your role as a teacher, are you trying to control your classroom, or are you trying to build a community? Our guest today, Dr. Deonna Smith is asking the tough, yet crucial, questions like this in part three of our series on classroom management! This is her zone of genius, and we couldn't be happier to have her on the podcast to share her experience and insight. Deonna is a former teacher, instructional coach and school leader. Before transitioning into leadership, Deonna taught intervention, elementary and middle school math and science. As a student and teacher, Deonna saw how systemic racism negatively impacted both adults and kids. This experience set Deonna on a journey to learn more about how teachers can liberate their students' potential through anti racist practices. Deonna is dedicated to her own learning as well and recently completed her doctorate in education from Loyola Marymount University. Connect with Dr. Deonna Smith: Follow her on Instagram @deonnasmith Head to her website Enroll in The Anti-Racist Institute Check out her Workshop Replays Reserve your seat for The First Ten Days: The Complete Back to School Toolkit SHOW NOTES: https://www.bravenewteaching.com/home/episode113 Follow us on Instagram: @bravenewteaching
Michael Pipich has always been interested in the field of psychology. As long as he can remember, he has found people fascinating and always wondered about their personalities, quirks, and the how and why behind their behaviors and interactions with others. He recalls one weekend when his older brother came home from college with a psych 101 book, and he spent the whole weekend looking through his book and admitted that was his first “act of academic nerdiness.” Like his older brother, he applied for admission to Loyola Marymount University and when he got accepted, he declared psychology as his major right away. Michael has been in the field of psychology for over 30 years and has treated patients with a wide range of mental disorders and relationship problems. Michael currently works as a marriage and family therapist at the Colorado Center for Clinical Excellence which has two locations in Colorado (one in Denver and the other in DTC/Greenwood Village). He has been featured on television, radio, and in print media on a variety of topics and has become a national speaker and writer on bipolar disorder. He book, “Owning Bipolar: How Patients and Families Can Take Control of Bipolar Disorder” (Citadel Press, 2018) has become an important book and reference in the field of bipolar treatment. In this podcast interview, Michael opens up about why he wrote the book and recalls his academic and professional journey in hopes that others will benefit from his advice and suggestions regarding selecting psychology graduate schools and programs. Michael also discusses the licensure requirements in the state of California regarding getting your Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) license (which used to be called the Marriage Family Child Care [MFCC] license). He explains that it really starts with the graduate school you select and attend. In his case, the program at California State, Fullerton provided the classes necessary for the MFCC (now LMFT license). Beyond that, he had to accrue over 3,000 plus supervised hours for which any licensed clinician (PhD, LCSW, MD, etc.) could sign off on. Then, he had to pass a written examination and then pass an oral examination. To learn more about his experience getting his LMFT in California, tune in to our discussion around 22 minutes into the podcast interview. Michael enjoys music, playing guitar, and has even dabbled in music composition. He also enjoys the outdoors (hiking, skiing, water sports) and believes staying active is important for a healthy life, especially if you are in a profession where you are helping people. He has been married for 32 years and has two adult children who he really loves and admires. Connect with Michael Pipich, LMFT: LinkedIn | TwitterConnect with the Show: Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn https://vimeo.com/739569482 Interests and Specializations Michael Pipich treats a wide range of mental disorders and has been working with families, adults, and adolescents for over 30 years in office and via online teletherapy. His therapy style is highly interactive, and his background involves using psychodynamic, psychoanalytic, and existential theories to better understand and discuss presenting concerns with his patients. He has become known for his work with bipolar disorder and has written a well-known book on the topic. Education Bachelor of Science (BS), Psychology (1983); Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA.Master of Science (MS), Clinical/Community Psychology (1986); California State University, Fullerton, Fullerton, CA. Other Sources and Links of Interest Michael Pipich, LMFT at the Colorado Center for Clinical ExcellenceMichael Pipich, LMFT at Psychology TodayOwning Bipolar: Psychology Today Blog Breakthrough with Michael Pipich (Podcast)Owning Bipolar Disorder with Michael Pipich, LMFT (Podcast) Podcast Transcription 00:00:13 BradleyWelcome to the Master's in Psychology Podcast where psychology stu...
Learning about mindfulness doesn't only happen on a yoga mat or on a cushion. In this episode of The Glo Podcast with Dr. Christopher Chapple, Doshi Professor of Indic and Comparative Theology and founding Director of the Master of Arts in Yoga Studies at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, Derik and Dr. Chapple revisit the Buddha's journey into mindfulness by recalling ancient texts and stories. Dr. Chapple has published over 20 books about Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Yoga, and religion and ecology. He's also a featured instructor on Glo.Links:Dr. Christopher Chapple Living Landscapes: Meditations on the Five Elements in Hindu, Buddhist, and Jain YogasGurani Anjali Ways of YogaNyanaponika Thera The Heart of Buddhist Meditation: The Buddha's Way of MindfulnessJoseph Goldstein Mindfulness: A Practical Guide to AwakeningBhadantacariya Buddhaghosa The Path of Purification: VisuddhimaggaGLO classes:Dr. Chapple's classes on Glo
Nathalie Sánchez is an interdisciplinary artist, social justice arts educator, and arts advocate raised and rooted in Los Angeles. At VPAM, Nathalie provides leadership and support to the Museum Studies Certificate Program at East Los Angeles College, an academic and professional development program aimed at cultivating a new generation of museum professionals. Nathalie firmly believes in the transformative power of arts education and community. She has developed and led visual arts and museum education programs at ArtworxLA, Avenue 50 Studio, ESMoA, Fowler Museum at UCLA, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA), and P.S. ARTS. In 2016, she founded the Art Education + Social Justice Book Club with over 300 members internationally. She graduated with her B.A. in Art History and Studio Arts with an emphasis in education from Loyola Marymount University and received her M.F.A. in Public Practice from Otis College of Art and Design.
Fred JoyalHe co-founded the most successful dentist referral service in the country, 1-800-DENTIST, which, in his 30 years as CEO, generated over $1 billion in revenue. Along with this achievement, he has also been awarded the Conrad Hilton Distinguished Entrepreneur Award by Loyola Marymount University. He has written two bestselling books for his industry, and also written and appeared in over 200 television and radio commercials.Fred Started as an extremely shy person, too timid even to make a phone call, and transformed himself into someone who has done stand-up and improv comedy, spoken to audiences of 5,000 or more, met dozens of celebrities, and, just by being bold, found love, joy, passion, and success.fredjoyal.comYour Resource For Success Listen
Fred Joyal is #1 Amazon Bestselling author, speaker, entrepreneur, and business advisor. He co-founded the most successful dentist referral service in the country:1-800-DENTIST, which, over 30 years, generated over $1 billion in revenue. Along with this achievement, he has also been awarded the Conrad Hilton Distinguished Entrepreneur Award by Loyola Marymount University, and had a successful career at one of the top advertising firms in Los Angeles; for which, as the company's CEO, he has written over 200 television and radio commercials, written two books on marketing, dabbled in stand-up and improv comedy, acted in bad movies and excellent TV commercials. “Start. Get up every day and start something and focus on what you need to do that day – it will aggregate. Don't get too involved about your five or 10 year plan because nobody can predict five years from now anymore. Listen to the marketplace, listen to what your customers are telling you. A lot of people don't do that and they don't adjust to that. And don't complain about the fact that your business is hard because if it were easy then everybody would be doing it. Be happy that it is hard, be excited that it is really hard and be really good at it”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to https://wp.me/p6Tf4b-nkl
This lecture was given on April 19, 2022 at the University of Dallas. For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Dr. Christopher Kaczor (rhymes with razor) is Professor of Philosophy at Loyola Marymount University and a member of the James Madison Society of Princeton University. In 2015, he was appointed to the Pontifical Academy for Life of Vatican City, and he serves as a Consultor to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. He graduated from the Honors Program of Boston College and earned a Ph.D. four years later from the University of Notre Dame. A Fulbright Scholar, Dr. Kaczor is a former Federal Chancellor Fellow at the University of Cologne and William E. Simon Visiting Fellow in the James Madison Program at Princeton University. He is an award winning author of twelve books including The Gospel of Happiness, The Seven Big Myths about Marriage, A Defense of Dignity, The Seven Big Myths about the Catholic Church, The Ethics of Abortion, Thomas Aquinas on the Cardinal Virtues; Life IssuesMedical Choices; Thomas Aquinas on Faith, Hope, and Love; The Edge of Life, and Proportionalism and the Natural Law Tradition. Dr. Kaczor's views have been in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, Huffington Post, National Review, NPR, BBC, EWTN, ABC, NBC, FOX, CBS, MSNBC, TEDx, and The Today Show.
“Memory is the hallmark of experience.” Just some of the wise words from this week's guest, Mark Stanley. Mark is one of those people with a really cool job that few know even exists. He is a Customer Experience Designer for Genesys and is the architect of many of the customer service experiences we all have on a daily basis. Prior to his current endevor, Mark spent twenty years in the airline industry where he developed his skills in using technology to better serve customers. Mark brings a wealth of experience and creativity to the show sharing his lessons learned across many job functions and industries. Guest Bio Mark Stanley Customer Experience Designer & Author Genesys Mark Stanley is a Customer Experience Designer, which he performs as a Healthcare Industry Executive for Genesys and is the author of Experience Design for Customer Service: How to go from mediocre to great! He has worked in and for a variety of customer service-related companies. Following a span of twenty years in the airline industry, he transitioned to contact centers to develop skills around the technology used to connect customers to service staff, as well as the supporting systems like workforce management and quality monitoring. He transitioned into business consulting and project management, with a focus on the relationship and interdependence between business goals, customer service operations and technology. His work is primarily in healthcare, insurance, and financial services. Prior to joining Genesys, Mark held call center operations and sales management positions with Crestview Consulting Group, Wolfe & Associates, ERS (a leading third-party healthcare services provider), Lufthansa German Airlines and Korean Air. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Loyola Marymount University, is a Certified Experience Economy Expert, a COPC Implementation Leader, and a Project Management Professional (PMP). Links To learn more about Lead With Your Brand system, please visit: LeadWithyYourBrand.com To book Jayzen for a speaking engagement or workshop at your company, visit: JayzenPatria.com
Get the book, Redesigning Educational Leadership Preparation for Equity Follow Michelle on Twitter @mdyounglead Follow Ann on Twitter @annodohertyuw Follow Kathleen on Twitter @katiemwinn About the Authors Michelle D. Young is Dean of the School of Education at Loyola Marymount University. She is a former Executive Director of UCEA. Ann O'Doherty is aTeaching Professor and Director of the Danforth Educational Leadership Program at the University of Washington, and served as a member of Justin's dissertation committee. Kathleen M.W. Cunningham is an Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership and Policies at the University of South Carolina.
This week, Heather is joined by former Bachelor contestant and respected business leader Jason Tartick to unpack his new book The Restart Roadmap. Jason is a Wall Street Journal Best Selling Author, the host of Apple's Top Charting Business Podcast “Trading Secrets”, entrepreneur of 5 operating companies, investor, and speaker. After 10 years of working in Corporate Banking he took a detour into reality television to be a contestant on Season 14 of ABC's, The Bachelorette. Since then he has made several appearances on The ABC Network: Good Morning America, The Bachelor Season 23, Celebrity Family Feud, Listen to Your Heart, Live with Kelly & Ryan, The Bachelorette: Greatest Seasons Ever, Dancing with The Stars, and The Bachelorette Season 17. His business endeavors - coupled with his reality tv time has lead to a 1,200,000+ social media following. In addition he has landed co-hosting opportunities on Live from E!, Yahoo Finance, & E! Daily Pop. He has been featured on The Today Show, The Ellen Tube, Fox News, CNN, People TV, Entertainment Tonight, Live from New York, & Ryan Seacrest Show. He and his fiancé Kaitlyn Bristowe, both starred in Brett Kissel's Music Video “Drink about Me” which received a Juno nomination. He's even been part of a WWE Match and was Formally Announced as the CO-Champion of the 24/7 WWE Belt. Jason worked for nearly ten years in banking, earned his MBA in Accounting & Finance, and executed over $150,000,000 in lending transactions. Jason has now become an investor in Evoke Foods & The Fintron Invest App. He owns 50% of a social media talent agency. He is a 4x best selling list author, “The Restart Roadmap, Rewire & Reset Your Career”. He founded Red Ridge Capital, a business lending and investment company. He has founded Restart Consulting, an educational company centered around career & money management. He has launched the “All Access Business Networking Group” which has signed over 1000 members. He started a Business focused Instagram Chanel Restart_Reset with 100K+ following, a YouTube with 10K+ subscribers. Weekly he offers a Monday market newsletter to his 20K+ subscribers. Jason is also a renown professional business speaker. He has been featured in USA Today and has spoken at The New York Yankees front office, Capital One Headquarters, NYU Stern School of Business, University of Kansas, Oakland University, Sacred Heart University, Quinnipiac University, DePaul University, Northeastern University, Loyola Marymount University, Nichols College, SUNY Geneseo, and Iowa State University. Be sure to follow the pod on IG!
Brittany Driscoll graduated with a BA in Communications from Loyola Marymount University before starting her career in marketing and advertising. She went on to work for a number of Fortune 500 brands, including Disney and Hilton, before starting as the Director of Marketing at Drybar, and then eventually deciding to start her own massage business, Squeeze. Squeeze is the answer for those looking for a feel-good massage experience with only mediocre discount establishments or overpriced spas to choose from. In this episode, Brittany breaks down what led to her business inspiration and what it's been like to build a business from the ground-up. She walks us through the process of creating Squeeze and sheds some helpful insights along the way. “What are our values? What do we stand for? How do we want people to feel? Not only from a guest standpoint, but also from an employee standpoint. That's a big part of our business at Squeeze. I always like to say we're in the people industry and not the service industry. And so we just place a lot of emphasis on really how we make people feel.” - Brittany Driscoll This week on Startups in Stilettos: How Brittany and her partners came up with the idea for Squeeze (1:38)Some of the first steps Brittany and her partners took towards starting their business (3:07)Brittany's approach to branding Squeeze (5:38)How long it took to get Squeeze up and running (7:11)Why Brittany and her partners chose to franchise Squeeze (9:33)Squeeze's strategy for finding operating partners (11:12)Stephanie's advice for Brittany on reaching out to influencers as a small brand without big dollars (15:18)Jessica's advice for Brittany for being on broadcast television (17:32) Resources Mentioned: Squeeze Franchising Our Favorite Quotes: “Buying into a franchise is choosing to join a system that aligns with your values and offers a service or a product that you align with.” - Brittany Driscoll“This is my first year entrepreneurial venture. And I always like to say it's been overwhelming and exhausting, but mostly liberating. And so I really just loved the idea of creating a feel good brand that other people could bring to their community and have that same experience.” - Brittany Driscoll Connect with Brittany Driscoll: Squeeze on InstagramSqueeze's websiteBrittany Driscoll on InstagramBrittany Driscoll on LinkedIn Connect with your Startups in Stilettos hosts: Stephanie Cartin on InstagramStephanie Cartin on LinkedInJessica Abo on InstagramJessica Abo on LinkedInLearn more about Jessica Abo here Get Featured on Startups in Stilettos Want a chance to be featured on Startups in Stilettos? We're currently accepting applications from our Entreprenista League members to be featured on the show! Think of the Entreprenista League as your team members in what can be a lonely startup founder's journey. You'll have access to a private community of like-minded female startup founders who are making an impact in business every day, special discounts on business products and solutions, exclusive content, private events, the opportunity to have your story featured on our website, social channels – and, of course, the Startups in Stilettos podcast – and so much MORE! Join the Entreprenista League today at entreprenista.com/join. We can't wait to welcome you, support you, and be part of your business journey! Grow Your Startup with Startups in Stilettos Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of Startups in Stilettos, powered by the Entreprenista PodcastNetwork. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Apple Podcasts|TuneIn|GooglePlay|Stitcher|Spotify|iHeart Radio Be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media to help us reach more startup founders, like you, and have a chance to win a one-on-one mentor and strategy session with Stephanie Cartin. Join us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram,
What an incredible honor to spend this precious time with Samra Dresevic of Maverick Lingo, a small business in based in Lost Angeles, California. She speaks to us in her 4th language. And good luck finding any mistakes in her diction, vocabulary, or grammar. She speaks flawless English. Samra grew up Muslim in an idyllic, rural childhood only to experience massive trauma as a 10 year old when her youth was shattered by war. Her family immediately became refugees in Europe, and her life was never the same again. In her words, she lost her childhood. Many, many years later, in her 4th language, she had Professor Mather, the producer and host of The Republican Professor podcast, while a student at Loyola Marymount University in Lost Angeles, California. It was a morning class, Philosophy 160, Philosophy of Human Nature as it was called at the time, that began her friendship with the professor. [LMU has since dispensed with the course for reasons that utterly baffle all intelligent people]. That was 10 years ago as of the recording of this episode. The lines of communication and dialogue have stayed open throughout the years between Samra and the professor. Samra is now a successful small business owner, an entrepreneur, related to language learning in Lost Angeles, California, having become an American. Her company is called Maverick Lingo and you can check out her website here : https://www.mavericklingo.com/ The Republican Professor is a pro-staying-in-touch-with-the-best-students, pro-lines-of-communication-open, pro-entrepreneur, pro-small-business-owner, pro-language-learning, pro-intriguing-life-story podcast. Therefore, welcome dearest Samra Dresevic, one of my very favorite former students ever out of thousands. The Republican Professor podcast is produced and hosted by Dr. Lucas J. Mather, Ph.D.
Bari Gratton, coauthor of an Open Letter To Yoga Alliance along with collaborators Meghan Maris, Courtney Ng, Gayatri Sehgal, and Shuo Wang, talks with J about the possibility for change in the yoga profession. They discuss the Masters of Arts in Yoga Studies program at Loyola Marymount University, problems with the Yoga Alliance and how the final project they did together came about, whether yoga teaching ought to be regulated, suggestions for reform, appropriation and racism, and engaging in good faith dialogue that respects differences. To subscribe and support the show… GET PREMIUM. Check out J's other podcast… J. BROWN YOGA THOUGHTS.
Modern-day law firms, client onboarding, case management software... why is it vital?This week on the Legally Speaking Podcast, our host Robert Hanna welcomes Michael Chasin, our sponsor, Clio's Strategic Advisor!Alongside working with Clio, Michael is the Co-Founder and VP of TRIO Partnerships at Nucleus. He was previously the General Manager of Clio Grow, Clio's industry-leading client intake and legal CRM platform before becoming their Strategic Advisor more recently. Prior to joining Clio, Michael held the role of CEO at Lexicata, which he co-founded in 2014. As CEO, he led the company to a successful acquisition by Clio in 2018.Michael has a BSBA in Business from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and a J.D. and MBA from Loyola Law School and Loyola Marymount University respectively. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California, and frequently speaks about legal technology and client intake at various events and within educational webinars!In this episode, we discuss the following:What client intake and client onboarding is and why it really matters for law firmsWhat the roles and responsibilities are of a strategic advisorDevelopments within legal practice management, software companies and legal servicesMichael's career history, including his successful creation of LexicataWhat we can expect from Michael and his career over the next few yearsOut now on the Legally Speaking Podcast website and all major audio platforms!Sponsored by Clio: Clio is a legal case management software that work in partnership with the Law Society of England and Wales and is an approved supplier of the Law Society of Scotland.Support the show
Today's guest is Caroline Liviakis, she is the Founder and Executive Artistic Director of the Caroline Liviakis Dance Company (CLDC), choreographing and producing live performances and interactive experiences. In her most recent project, she brings her creative visions to digital form as a choreographer and director of film, music videos, and commercials. Caroline currently teaches at Loyola Marymount University and is currently in pre-production for her debut feature-length film: Lessons In Love. And towards the end of our conversation, today shared this amazing idea…What happens if dance isn't just a backup to the star of the show, but dance is actually an integral part of telling the story?! It's an amazing vision for our dance industry. Caroline and I talked about transitioning from dancing for fun to choosing it as a career, the importance of connecting with the audience in commercial dance, the importance of cultivating relationships and what networking really means, and some great advice for those of you trying to chase your own dance career passions. _________ Resources mentioned in this episode: Check out the full Show Notes, including episode highlights, key takeaways, exclusive resources, and more: https://chelseapierotti.com/67 __________ Did you enjoy today's episode? Please leave a rating and review on Apple podcasts! Be sure to visit me on Instagram @dr.chelsea.pierotti for more mental skills advice for dancers.
Every screenwriter and film director is different and each has their own intentions and motivations, but what goes into the writing of characters who engage in self-injury and self-harm? How are such films inspired, and how do writers and directors choose to frame self-injury content? In this episode, screenwriter, director, and actress Christina Beck discusses her independent feature film "PERFECTION" and what inspired the characters and content of the film. This episode was recorded as a live virtual session held during the 17th annual ISSS Conference on June 24, 2022. To watch PERFECTION (for free), visit perfectionthemovie.wordpress.com and click on "Watch PERFECTION NOW!" Download the movie's free companion workbook here. Please note that some content in the film could be upsetting or triggering, including depictions of self-injury, substance use, and brief flashbacks that allude to sexual abuse. Christina is also a film professor at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA. You can follow her on Twitter at @xtinabeck and Facebook at www.facebook.com/perfectionfilm.To review the Media Guidelines for the Responsible Reporting and Depicting of Non-Suicidal Self-Injury published in the British Journal of Psychiatry, click here. You can also visit www.itriples.org/media-guidelines to read the original ISSS white paper and its accompanied infographic.Follow Dr. Westers on Instagram and Twitter (@DocWesters). To join ISSS, visit itriples.org and follow ISSS on Facebook and Twitter (@ITripleS).The Psychology of Self-Injury podcast has been rated #5 by Feedspot in their "Best 20 Clinical Psychology Podcasts" and by Welp Magazine in their "20 Best Injury Podcasts."
Fred Joyal is an entrepreneur, speaker, business advisor, and #1 Amazon Bestselling author. He co-founded the most successful dentist referral service in the country, 1-800-DENTIST, which, in his 30 years as CEO, generated over $1 billion in revenue. Along with this achievement, he has also been awarded the Conrad Hilton Distinguished Entrepreneur Award by Loyola Marymount University. He has written two bestselling books for his industry, and also written and appeared in over 200 television and radio commercials. Fred Started started as an extremely shy person, too timid even to make a phone call, and transformed himself into someone who has done stand-up and improv comedy, spoken to audiences of 5,000 or more, met dozens of celebrities, and, just by being bold, found love, joy, passion, and success. Website: https://fredjoyal.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Season TWO Episode FOUR of the Your Story Our Fight® podcast welcomes sisters Joann and Jennifer Zehenni. Joann Zehenni is a 17-year-old entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of Gemini Beauty. Having family members with lupus, and having borderline lupus herself, Joann was inspired to develop Gemini Beauty to accommodate those in need of clean, natural skincare products. A native Angeleno, Joann will be attending Loyola Marymount University in August 2022 while running her business and advocating for lupus awareness! Jennifer Zehenni is a lupus patient, and the founder and director of TeachPlayLearn, an educational concierge for the whole family.
Preaching for the Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Krista Chinchilla-Patzke offers a reflection on focusing the work ahead: "We, as Jesus' disciples were, are being invited to embrace freedom and shift our attention onto something else. After saying goodbye to my family in California, it's easy for me to think solely of everyone and everything that I'm leaving behind. It is my concentration on that - not my goodbyes, -that may make me unfit. We are being asked to focus on the kindom of God—not to be absorbed by what we lose when we say 'yes' to following Jesus. There is a cost to discipleship, but there is much more gain." Krista Chinchilla-Patzke was born in Guatemala City, Guatemala and raised in Southern California. She serves as the Faith and Justice Campus Minister at Loyola University Chicago. Her passion for ministry was ignited by faith-based service and immersion opportunities; she is grateful to oversee programs in which undergraduate students, faculty, and staff can engage issues of justice, learn about advocacy, and consider culturally responsive ministry. She cultivated her pastoral approach in her prior professional work at Marian University in Indianapolis, Indiana and Dominican University in River Forest, Illinois.She earned an MA in Theology and Ministry from the School of Theology and Ministry at Boston College and a BA in Theology and Psychology from Loyola Marymount University. Visit www.catholicwomenpreach.org/preaching/06262022 to learn more about Krista, to read her preaching text, and for more preaching from Catholic women.
Kiana Cayabyab is a Native-Hawaiian reporter from the island of Kaua'i. She is a model, actress, professional hula dancer, digital news reporter and host for the Star Advertiser. She is also an honor graduate of Loyola Marymount University and was a former Miss Honolulu. She has a passion for storytelling, public speaking and interviewing. Kiana is a go-getter, and with her charismatic personality, she plans to go very far in life. In this episode we talk about boarding school, living away from Hawaiʻi, coming back home to pursue her passion, her connection to culture, and so much more. Enjoy!
Ami Kunimura returns to the podcast in this episode, specifically focused for professional and student music therapists regarding burnout, and resilience. Ami Kunimura, MA, MT-BC is the founder of The Self-Care Institute and a writer, speaker, and board-certified music therapist.Ami provides therapeutic support for professionals around the world who are experiencing burnout. Ami is the creator and facilitator of Resilience Over Burnout: A Self-Care Program, an in-depth online program that guides professionals out of burnout and stress cycles through research-based self-care practices. Ami is also the author of Resilience Over Burnout: A Self-Care Guide for Music Therapists.Ami has presented on self-care and professional burnout at international events and conferences. Ami has also taught as a lecturer at UCLA and adjunct graduate faculty at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College.Ami has been a board-certified music therapist since 2006, specializing in mental health, trauma, and addictions treatment. Ami also holds certifications in yoga education and first and second degree reiki, with training in mindfulness and meditation.Ami received her BA in Psychology from Loyola Marymount University and her MA in Music Therapy from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Mind-Body Medicine at Saybrook University.Ami (pronounced ah-me) was born in Hawaii and splits her time between Southern California and The Big Island of HawaiiVisit Creative Peacemeal Podcast on social media, browse podcast swag, and continue the creative conversations via the blog!Website https://tstakaishi.wixsite.com/musicPodcast site: https://creativepeacemeal.buzzsprout.com/Instagram @creative_peacemeal_podcastFacebook https://www.facebook.com/creativepeacemealpod/RedBubble Merch Shop: CPPodcast.redbubble.com
This lecture was given on March 30, 2022 at Saint Louis University. For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Dr. Christopher Kaczor (rhymes with razor) is Professor of Philosophy at Loyola Marymount University. He graduated from the Honors Program of Boston College and earned a Ph.D. four years later from the University of Notre Dame. A Fulbright Scholar, Dr. Kaczor did post-doctoral work as a Alexander von Humboldt German Chancellor Fellow at the University of Cologne. He was appointed a Corresponding Member of the Pontifical Academy for Life of Vatican City, a fellow of the Word on Fire Institute, and William E. Simon Visiting Fellow in the James Madison Program at Princeton University. The winner of a Templeton Grant, he has written more than 100 scholarly articles and book chapters. An award winning author, his sixteen books include Jordan Peterson, God, and Christianity: The Search for a Meaningful Life, Disputes in Bioethics, Thomas Aquinas on the Cardinal Virtues, Abortion Rights: For and Against, 365 Days to Deeper Faith, The Gospel of Happiness, The Seven Big Myths about Marriage, A Defense of Dignity, The Seven Big Myths about the Catholic Church, The Ethics of Abortion, O Rare Ralph McInerny: Stories and Reflections on a Legendary Notre Dame Professor, Life Issues-Medical Choices; Thomas Aquinas on Faith, Hope, and Love; The Edge of Life, and Proportionalism and the Natural Law Tradition. Dr. Kaczor's views have been in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, Huffington Post, National Review, NPR, BBC, EWTN, ABC, NBC, FOX, CBS, MSNBC, TEDx, and The Today Show.
The air in Los Angeles can be lethal, and nobody knows this better than the city's Latinx and Asian immigrants, argues Dr. Nadia Kim in Refusing Death: Immigrant Women and the Fight for Environmental Justice in LA (Stanford UP, 2021). Kim, a professor of Asian and Asian American Studies and Sociology at Loyola Marymount University, spend years interviewing environmental justice activists and other residents of LA's most polluted neighborhoods to show the depths of environmental injustice in America's second largest city, and how people in these places conceive of and engage in political action. Refusing Death provides a depth of insight into how immigrant communities define themselves, protect their families, and organize to create a more just environment for themselves and for their children. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latino-studies
The air in Los Angeles can be lethal, and nobody knows this better than the city's Latinx and Asian immigrants, argues Dr. Nadia Kim in Refusing Death: Immigrant Women and the Fight for Environmental Justice in LA (Stanford UP, 2021). Kim, a professor of Asian and Asian American Studies and Sociology at Loyola Marymount University, spend years interviewing environmental justice activists and other residents of LA's most polluted neighborhoods to show the depths of environmental injustice in America's second largest city, and how people in these places conceive of and engage in political action. Refusing Death provides a depth of insight into how immigrant communities define themselves, protect their families, and organize to create a more just environment for themselves and for their children. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
The Golden State, it is often said, is where the future happens first. Now Los Angeles, long a bastion of the left, is seriously contemplating choosing a billionaire former Republican as its next mayor. Voters are fed up with homelessness and crime and are threatening to follow San Francisco's example and recall progressive public prosecutors who had promised to reimagine public safety. Is California revealing the limits of progressive politics?The mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti, reflects on his city's progress and challenges as he leaves office. We head to the campaign trail to meet the candidates vying to replace him. And Fernando Guerra of Loyola Marymount University explains what California's example means for the rest of the country. John Prideaux hosts with Charlotte Howard and Aryn Braun.For full access to print, digital and audio editions, as well as exclusive live events, subscribe to The Economist at economist.com/uspod. Subscribers can also sign up to our “Checks and Balance” newsletter at economist.com/newsletters. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.