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BizTimes MKE: Milwaukee Business Insights
Leadership Lens: Marquette president Michael Lovell on leading amid disruption, being vulnerable and following a strategic vision

BizTimes MKE: Milwaukee Business Insights

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 34:10


Marquette University president Michael Lovell joins BizTimes Media managing editor Arthur Thomas on the first episode of Leadership Lens, a new monthly podcast featuring Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin business leaders discussing how they lead their organization and offering insights to help listeners improve their own businesses. In this episode, Lovell discusses leading Marquette amid the uncertainty of the pandemic, how he's approached communicating about his own cancer fight, what drew him to leadership roles, evolving as a leader, making decisions, and top priorities for Marquette and the region. Mentioned in the episode:Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Facing cancer and mortality, Mike Lovell and Mark Mone strengthen their bond, focus on making a difference

Women Blazers
The One with Kareeda Chones Aguam

Women Blazers

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 52:08


In this episode we welcome Kareeda Chones Aguam, Sr. Vice President of Partner Strategy and Management for the Milwaukee Bucks of the NBA. Kareeda grew up in a basketball centered family where she learned the values of desire, determination, and dedication. It was those values that led her to become a Division 1 athlete at Marquette, and opened doors to not only launch her career with the Bucks but also dedicate over 24 years and counting in helping shape the organization she loves and that has become an extended family to her and her loved ones.

Path to Well-Being in Law
Path to Well-Being in Law - Episode 21: Lindsey Draper

Path to Well-Being in Law

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 47:17


In this special episode of the Path to Well-Being in Law podcast to celebrate Well-Being Week in Law, Chris and Bree sit down with Institute for Well-being in Law VP of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Lindsay Draper. Transcript: CHRIS NEWBOLD: Hello Well-being friends and welcome to the first podcast of 2022. This is the Path To Well-Being In Law podcast, an initiative of the Institute for Well-Being in Law. I'm your co-host Chris Newbold, executive vice president of ALPS malpractice insurance. And boy, we've had a lot of fun on the podcast over the course of the last year. I think we just hit our 20th episode and, as most of our listeners know, our goal is to introduce you to thought leaders in the well-being movement doing meaningful work within the legal profession and in the process, we're really working hard to build and nurture a national network of well-being advocates intent on creating a culture shift within the profession. And as always, Bree, we have been together from the beginning. We've done all of our podcasts together. We've not had to had a guest co-host yet. So I'm certainly thankful as we begin the new year to embark on what's really the year three because I think we got started late in- BREE BUCHANAN: That's right. CHRIS: ... 2019, right? BREE: Yeah. CHRIS: And Bree, how are you doing? How were your holidays? BREE: Absolutely wonderful. And yeah, it's just amazing that we are starting our third year of the podcast and I've had so many great guests. I hope the listeners can go back and see the different really thought leaders in the well-being and law space. And the idea of trying to sort of capture what they're thinking, capture trends, and be able to share that among what we really see with the institute is a growing body of people throughout the legal profession who are really passionate about addressing these issues and promoting well-being across the board. And so, we see this as an opportunity to cross-pollinate with ideas and share what's going on. So delighted to be here again and happy new year, everybody. CHRIS: Yeah. What I'm excited about... One of the things I'm excited about is just how our movement has grown in terms of the people that have been welcomed into the movement over the course of the last year. I think that's going to really prove to be exciting from a speaker perspective, as we bring on more guests in 2022. And one of the things... Super excited to kick off 2022 with a three part series in an area that frankly is probably overdue, but something that's critically important as we've thought about where well-being ultimately goes. And that's the intersection of diversity, equity and inclusion with well-being. And so, this will mark the first of three episodes that we focus specifically on that issue because, again, I don't know that you can really differentiate one from the other. And as we all know, if you've met one lawyer, you've met one lawyer and we're all on our individual journey as human beings, right? And there are some really, I think, interesting intersections with diversity, equity and inclusion. I know that we're very excited to kick off the new year with our friend Lindsey Draper to the podcast. If you would take a couple minutes and introduce Lindsey, I know that we're just thrilled to have him as our first guest. BREE: Absolutely. And I love working with Lindsey. I think the most important thing on his bio is that he's on our board of directors. And so, Lindsey has been pulling a major laboring oar with us over the past year plus to really get the institute off the ground and running. And so, Lindsey serves on our board of directors. He is the vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion. And so, just a little bit of background for Lindsey. This is where we make him blush a little bit, but as the Milwaukee County Court Circuit Court Commissioner, he oversaw Wisconsin's adherence to the mandates of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act as a state's disproportionate minority contact coordinator and compliance monitor. And that was just the day job. And then he retires and goes on to serve in a variety of leadership roles. He served as chair of the ABA standing committee on client protection, which is how I originally met Lindsey and his work in that role. He's currently the chair of the board of directors of the St. Charles Youth and Family Services in Milwaukee. He's been in the past a director at large of the National Client Protection Organization, and as a liaison to the Wisconsin Task Force on Lawyer well-being. And not just a liaison, I'm looking at his bio understates his involvement. Lindsey was really key in the efforts to get that work up and moving. So, Lindsey welcome today. And I'm going to start off by asking you a question we all ask all of our guests at the very beginning to talk to us about... To say hi, but then also talk to us, what are the experience in your life that may be a driver behind your passion for the work that we're doing here at the institute? And I just want to hear a little bit about that. So, Lindsey, welcome to the podcast. LINDSEY DRAPER: Well, first off, Bree and Chris, thank you very much for having me. I'm excited to be here and I want to start with... And part of why I'm excited is that I don't want anyone to miss how much the institute has made diversity, equity and inclusion a focus of the work that is done. One of the things that I recall from the first moment that I was asked about possibly serving in the role of vice president for DEI, one of the things I recall was at the point that I indicated that it was going to be a learning curve for me, because most of my work had been local. It had been in the state of Wisconsin. I was a government employee most of that early part of my career. And then the part that was on the national basis was with the National Client Protection Organization. I needed to learn a lot about what the well-being work involved. Obviously, I saw that the report that the task force did, I initially was the liaison from the National Client Protection Organization. And the reason I had to start with all of that talk was in the work with the National Client Protection Organization, I got the chance to see what happens when lawyers are not healthy. We were involved in trying to make good to people who trusted lawyers. And a large part of that involved clients who were people of color, people who were immigrants, people who were frankly underserved by the legal community. And as I got the chance to see who the victims were and the people who lost, I also came to understand that a number of the lawyers, who frankly messed up, weren't ill intentioned. Many of them had struggles. So, it was having had a number of years working with the standing committee on client protection, working with Wisconsin's committee, that I got the chance to see how important it is for clients that lawyers be healthy. And obviously starting with having been in law school, I've been a part of the legal community. So just watching those areas meant a lot to me. And frankly, by virtue of being African-American, I've seen what difference it makes in various places, whether it's having people in law school assume that I got in as part of an affirmative action outreach. Having people in various parts of the legal community make some assumptions over time that there were limited abilities, I guess. I got the chance to see the impact that, excuse me, underrepresented communities have in the profession and how long term micro and macro-aggressions can have impact on well-being. So, those were all of the things that contributed to why I'm so excited about being part of this. CHRIS: Great perspective. And Lindsey, as you know, diversity, equity and inclusion is such a, I think, vital issue now at the forefront of our profession and frankly, the country at the moment. And even when you go back to our originating report that served as a catalyst to the movement, it's interesting in retrospect to go back and see that there really wasn't a lot of discussion in that report about diversity, equity and inclusion. And obviously as events in society in the summer of 2020 brought this to the forefront, we really can't now put well-being and law in a silo without considering how diversity. equity and inclusion intersects that. And I'm just kind of curious in your mind, how do they intersect and how do you look at that? LINDSEY: Well, there's several pieces. And I think you start with... The question you just asked is a huge part of the answer to the question. There are a number of incredibly well-meaning people who when you point out, "By the way, this didn't get addressed or not a lot of attention got paid to this," are surprised because it didn't occur that the issue of diversity, equity, inclusion played nearly the role that it does. That I don't think a lot of times we are aware. And I frankly need to include myself in part of this discussion. Very early in the role that I had as DEI vice president, I talked with other members of the board, and after having explained what it was that I saw as the goals and after having talked about some of the paths that I would like to see the institute take, I got asked, "Lindsey, do you see this as mainly an issue for people of color?" And it was a whole matter of, "You do know that you never talked about gender in what you were saying." As time has passed, and as I have gotten more and more personally aware of how big the conversation needs to be, it's also become much more important that this not just be a matter of bringing people to the table, but also a continuing dynamic discussion of how do we make sure that the people we have brought to the table stay there, but also feel valued and included as part of the discussion? BREE: Absolutely. Yeah. And I think that it's incumbent upon all of us to pay attention to that. I think about making it where people can stay there and people feel comfortable, valued, welcome in the profession, and that's for everyone. And I also think about it. The issue in regards to particularly well-being, the issue of sustainability in that, how do you make this a profession that everybody can be a part of for a long time because... And I am presented as a white, cisgendered woman, so I have to listen a lot and try to learn, but what I hear and I can certainly understand is the incessant microaggressions that occur in our society and in our profession wears one down. Of course, it would. And it impacts that ability to stay, to work, to make this a sustainable profession for people. Is that something that you see too, Lindsey? LINDSEY: That's a very large part of the conversation. One of the things that I think gets missed sometimes in looking at how people can rise in the profession or how people can stay, is what happens. And the example that was brought to my attention by an attorney in Madison, Wisconsin, had to do with how often he walked into the courtroom, and the very first thing that got said sometimes by bailiffs, sometimes by clerks was as he approached the bench to register or sign in, was wait till your lawyer gets here. The automatic assumption, "You've got to be the defendant. You have to have a lawyer." No opportunity for anybody to learn who this person was. And that's a common experience. The reason that it came up was this was a person who was leaving the legal profession, just simply feeling, "I can't take this anymore." BREE: Wow. LINDSEY: One of the things that happens and depending... My career for the most part was in the juvenile justice system and sometime part of it in criminal justice system, but one of the things that happens there is over time, people learn who you are. If you are in a different part of the system where people don't know who you are, it becomes that much easier for people to make assumptions simply based on having seen you. That, "Oh, you must be the defendant. You must have a lawyer coming to help you out." The other part that... I know people do and say things meaning to be complimentary, but there's a point that you get tired of hearing how well spoken you are or how well you put together a brief. BREE: Oh my Lord. LINDSEY: Where people are surprised that you're competent. And if you stop to think about how over time that regularly occurring beats you down, then you understand why sometimes when you start the discussions that say, "Let's work on DEI," you have some lawyers who say, "I'm tired of educating people. Why are we not talking about making sure I'm healthy?" BREE: Absolutely. Absolutely. One of the things too, also Lindsey, I was thinking in preparation for this podcast, I'm talking to you today is when I go out and do... Because I have a day job and I do speaking on just lawyer well-being issues. And I've really tried to... Have started in the past year and a half to include some discussion on diversity, equity and inclusion. And the piece that I folded into is around kind of unpacking the eye of DEI, the inclusion piece. And the idea of that there's a tremendous amount of scientific research that for people who are excluded and there's a phrase called thwarted belongingness, that that has documented real negative mental health outcomes. And it's really striking to me to hear that. And I think there's nothing for me, personally, that I think is more painful as the idea of being excluded of being kept out of the circle of where things happen. LINDSEY: Yes. BREE: And what an incredibly painful place that is. And I just remember in an early conversation, Lindsey, you and I had, and you talked a little bit about just putting it in very real basic terms about being able to feel welcome in a space. Are you made to feel welcome? And that's a real basic phrase that any human can understand and to not have that... I mean, that just... When you talked about that, I just remembered it cracked my heart open because... And was a real just light bulb for me because I felt I got it on a feeling level. It was just really powerful. Anyway, just thinking about the idea around inclusion, exclusion, and how painful that can be and the damage it can cause over time. LINDSEY: So one of my favorite slides whenever I get the chance to do a presentation is the inclusion slide that says equity is being invited to a party. Inclusion is being asked to dance. That one of the things that's important is not only to be present because you can be present in a whole bunch of places where you're not particularly welcome, frankly, or where people don't necessarily respect what you've got to say. Being marginalized is, I think, the term that for a long time was used to describe what happens. That is that if the discussions at the meeting rarely include any opportunity for what you have to say or what you may think or how certain policies may impact, not just you, but others who have some of the same views than you over time... Well, first off, you start looking, why am I here? Because there's a point that the good salary or, I don't know, the window in your office doesn't carry nearly the weight as, "Oh good Lord. I don't want to go to work today." And so, that's an important piece. Let me go back to something though, Bree. And I want to be sure we talk about one other issue that was part of the inclusion part. And that's the piece that says we have to recognize that all of the issues, and this is part of what I was starting on when I mentioned having had the gender issue brought to my attention. When we're talking about inclusion, there are some parts that we really do see a lot more now than we always did. And for instance, the LGBTQ+ community is one that we at least recognize a bit more. Disabilities are one of the areas that we have to be careful on because part of what... Disabilities, sometimes, they're not just physical. That in the Wisconsin task force, I was reminded that some mental health issues, people who have certain diagnoses who are able to function quite well as lawyers and to be really good lawyers, but sometimes there are some assumptions that get made if in fact anyone knows that I'm being treated for the following. So, I do want to be sure that when we are having this conversation, and that's why the marginalized part of this discussion is important to me, we also recognize that we as lawyers, and frankly, we as people who are trying to be sensitive to the issue, have to be open to the fact that we still don't see everybody at times and don't see the impact of some decisions we make... The open bar, for instance, at state bar conferences is an example that I think we all think of. We sometimes forget the number of golf outings that accompany our events and the bonding time. Not everybody can go to the golf outing or not everybody has interest in it. Sometimes the lack of wanting to drink isn't just a matter of having concerns about substance abuse. Sometimes it has to do with religious reasons. Sometimes it's just health related. So, there are a lot of things that... And the reason that I say the whole well-being issue and DEI issue has to be dynamic, has to be continuous. CHRIS: Well, Lindsey, I think that's a good transition to kind of this. How do we influence leaders and all of our brethren, I guess, in the profession that if you care about well-being, you have to care about diversity, equity and inclusion? And it is about this dynamic continuousness that kind of goes hand in hand. I'd love to hear your perspective on why these are inextricably linked if we're really searching for progress. LINDSEY: Well, first of all, we have to bear in mind that lawyers have clients. We have people that we serve and many of those are people from underrepresented or diverse communities. And it's important to know the perspectives, to know the lives, to know the interest, to know the... I don't know, the well-being and what is in the best interest of the people we serve. Secondly, there's a huge amount of information and perspective that comes. That sometimes there are ways of approaching problems, ways of approaching issues, ways of looking at how do we grow as a profession, how do we improve as a profession that can be better off if we hear different voices. And I think one of the things that at times we forget is that as much as we and the profession may have succeeded because we have a certain outlook and a certain determination, we might have done better if we had included others and if we had looked to what others had to say. The notion that we are a healthy profession, but we don't take into account the well-being of some of our members is one that pretty much contributes to things like the aging of the profession. CHRIS: Let's do this. Let's take a quick break here from one of our sponsors and we're joined by Lindsey Draper out of Wisconsin. And let's take a quick break and we'll be right back. — Advertisement: Meet VERA, your firm's Virtual Ethics Risk Assessment guide developed by ALPS. VERA's purpose is to help you uncover risk management blind spots from client intake to calendaring, to cybersecurity and more. VERA: I require only your honest input to my short series of questions. I will offer you a summary of recommendations to provide course corrections if needed and to keep your firm on the right path. Generous and discreet, VERA is a free and anonymous risk management guide from ALPS to help firms like yours be their best. Visit vera@alpsinsurance.com/vera. — BREE: Welcome back everybody to our podcast. And today we have Lindsey Draper of Wisconsin who is, among many other things, the vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion on our board of directors for the institute. And so, we've been having some really meaningful conversation here in the first half, and I want to... For me, it's been really sort of an interior reflection type of comments and discussion. And I want to move a little bit externally. And so, Lindsey, have you seen out in a legal profession, diversity initiatives that you think are making an impact and any that, quite frankly, aren't? LINDSEY: Okay. So, it's possible to give you a short answer, and that would be yes, but what I want to talk about... And I've mentioned earlier that a lot of what has happened since I've been a part of, first, the task force, and then the institute has been the learning curve for me. And so, one of the pieces that I want to talk about comes from having worked with the Wisconsin task force. And that is when we started looking at who are the people who contribute to the profession and what roles they play. The reason I wanted to start with that is because wonderful work has been being done at law schools. And considering how very much law schools not only have to work with people who are under stress anyway, trying to get into the profession, worried about the fitness question that's going to get examined when they try and get admitted, worried about the interviews for placement. That if you bring to those communities also issues where they're confronted with the questions, do you really belong here? Do you fit in? That I have been just really incredibly impressed with some of the work that law schools have done to recognize that not only do we have students under stress that just as lawyers under stress sometimes resort to some ways that involve unhealthy habits. Law students do as well. And those law students have a great reluctance to ask for help. We're supposed to be the type A achiever. And to admit the need for help is to admit a weakness that most don't want to admit. So what I've seen in schools, and I got the chance to see both what, for instance, the University of Wisconsin did and what Marquette did. Marquette, actually, had a law student who had some substance abuse problems who made not only public his fight, but also the things that he did. And that same story can be replicated at a number of law schools. Some of the members of our committee are actually from law schools. So, I want to start with, I have been extremely impressed with the work that a number of law schools have, including recognizing that it would be important to bring people from those governmental entities that will decide if you get admitted to the bar to say, "You need to address what will keep you healthy. We will work with you. We want you to be a healthy lawyer." As opposed to, "We're looking for reasons to not let you in." That's such a critical message for law schools to get across early is, do not be afraid to seek help. Get it before you hurt yourself, your client, and the profession. So that would be one of the things that I think is important on a governmental area. We at the institute have the incredible benefit of having service from representative from Massachusetts. Looking at the work that they have. Looking at people who have developed not only an interest and a commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and well-being, but also embedded in their work. People who have this focus. So, I look to the state of Massachusetts because, frankly, a lot of what I personally have been able to learn and do came from patterning after a lot of what they did. So, there are a number of places. There are a number of states that were leaders. You can't overlook the work that Virginia did, but in looking at DEI, those would be two things. One is a huge amount of respect for law schools. Secondly, looking at states like Massachusetts. CHRIS: Lindsey, is that because of the advancements made in welcoming conversation around challenges that those individuals in law school or in states ultimately feel? I mean, is it a cultural component because, obviously, there's admission related issues as well and other areas? So, it kind of feels to me that... Again, going back to this feeling welcomed in the space of becoming a lawyer, being licensed as a lawyer, being welcomed into the courtroom, how you're perceived. It seems to go back to that notion of how we start the process is critically important to a cultural evolution that if it continues can only benefit both the profession and the way that the profession is seen. LINDSEY: So, I think my answer to that would be, again, sort of twofold. And just sort of bear in mind that there is... And I touched on it a second ago. There is no single African-American lawyer, African-American female lawyer, gay African-American female lawyer. I mean, that there are so many different parts of who people are. And one of the things that happens over the course of life is you develop sensitivities to things. And there are frankly people who look for aggression, but there are also people who recognize when it's happening. Well, if you just start with that, and then you realize that you've got a culture in the legal profession, and you've got some decisions that people have to make. And where I'm going with this is if, for instance, you have a law firm that welcomes a member of an underrepresented group into the firm and decides we want you here, and here's your case. And that person ends up getting treatment for substance abuse, for instance. Does the firm run the risk in not letting the client know? Have you shared some information you weren't supposed to share? If you don't, have you not done the right thing by your client? And then if the attorney hears or feels that he or she is being undercut, I think the normal first response is going to be because I'm African-American or because... And you think about how many different questions arise under the circumstances. That's why the commitment to the whole "D", the whole "E", and the whole "I" is critical. Because there are a lot of questions that are going to arise and a lot of decisions that are going to have to be made all the way along. You can't be human without having some things happen in your life. You're not going to be perfect your whole life. And you just need to be sure that when we take a look at the decisions that get made, they're made in a comfortable environment. CHRIS: Lindsey, as vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion for the institute, talk a little bit about... Again, it's been a journey thus far, right, in terms of including more perspectives. And I'd love for you to expand on some of the areas that you see the group kind of laying out part of its strategic plan to ensure that there again is a connectedness between these two issues that we know is real and only if we work on them in conjunction, will we see even stronger progress. LINDSEY: Well, you actually raised a significant part there when talking about the strategic plan because among the things that happens, the more people you have on a committee, the more different ideas you have, the more different areas of focus that you're going to have. But one of the things that's been really critical... And I really do have to say how proud I am to be part of the institute, and the institute has made a conscious effort to say, "We may have messed up in not looking at some things from the beginning," but we want to do that. The committee has made a big point of saying, "We can help the other parts of the institute if we know what they're doing before everybody's way down the road, if we can be part of helping frame the questions get asked." And an example of what I am discussing, one of the things the committee has said is, I've looked at the panels presenting at various entities or various programs, I don't see a whole lot of underrepresented people on these panels. Part of what the committee has is the ability to help the institute because the institute has said, "Give us some names. Help identify people who are very capable, who are very knowledgeable, but who haven't had the opportunity to show that." That's why, for instance, where you've had members who've been active in presenting conferences, they know some speakers that maybe others don't know. They know some people who've done research that maybe others haven't seen. So, not only making sure that there are diverse voices in the decisions of the institute and in the work of the institute, but also making sure that we are looking for other capable, accomplished people who can bring not just a different perspective, but also an incredible expertise to the work that we're all doing. CHRIS: Bree, you might be on mute. BREE: Oh. CHRIS: There you go. BREE: So I think we may have just found our first time when we have to edit. [inaudible 00:39:37]. CHRIS: [inaudible 00:39:39]. Let's just keep going. Let's keep going, Bree. We're good. BREE: Sorry. My voice has given out. [inaudible 00:39:47] just take a moment here. I was thinking that we would move towards sort of wrapping up just because of the time. CHRIS: Lindsey, I'd love for our final question to be just, I guess, a reflection point, right, of you've seen a lot of activity in this arena, right. We're clearly not where we need to be. Although I think in some respects we are more readily talking about some of the challenges in a much more robust way than ever before, but I'd love for you to just give your perspective on your outlook for the future. Are you optimistic? Is the tenor of the discussion moving in ways that has you excited, cautiously optimistic, fearful, right? So, I would just love for you to kind of give us as we kind of conclude this podcast, your perspective, as we think about well-being, as we think about challenges of diversity, equity and inclusion, as we see those kind of coming together, what do you think? What's your sense of where we currently stand and where we're going? LINDSEY: We have to start with, I'm incredibly optimistic. There's a part of me that's incredibly grateful that we're having this conversation, that there was a time when we were not. That as more and more people become aware that well-being, which everybody seems to be comfortable with, that's an important piece, affects different people differently, and it's important that well-being go across the board, that all lawyers be able to address well-being and the way that they address it isn't the same. We're talking about that, but more than just talking about it, the fact that there is an effort being made to identify, not just that there's a problem, but to offer steps that people can take to try and address the problem. I carefully avoided the word "solutions" because that's hard to say. Our profession is constantly evolving. There are things from left field, the pandemic, for example, that no one would anticipate that have impact on well-being of lots of people, affect some communities more than others and in different ways. So, I feel really good that we are having the discussion. I am somewhat worried that DEI is a term that sometimes people say, "Okay. We have to do that. Everybody's got to have that discussion. Everybody's got to have that committee." I worry a bit that just like the assumptions got made about affirmative action a half century ago that DEI may become the... Oh, yes. We have to have that conversation. But that's why I've been really thrilled to be part of the institute where, "No, this is not item seven on the agenda," and we'll talk about it after we get all the business of the day taken care of. That it's been something that from the very beginning, the institute has said, this is a priority. And the fact that there's an effort made to keep it there. So, be cautiously optimistic, but also really pleased that we're having the conversation and that we've been able to identify so many, very talented, valuable, committed people who are working on the area. CHRIS: Yeah. And I think that's a great way to end, I think, this podcast is again, how influential you, your committee has been at looking to shape the perspectives that are coming in to ultimately building the movement and setting the tone for the culture shift that I think that we are all yearning for, which is to make well-being a centerpiece of professional success in the profession. From my own perspective, we all have to be more sensitive to some of the challenges. And as we allocate resource bandwidth as an institute, just being mindful that... Again, going back to... If you met one lawyer, you've met one lawyer and we're all on our own individual journeys as human beings. And some of those challenges are markedly, markedly different for some relative to others. Lindsey, a heartfelt thank you for, again, your leadership, your work, your vision, your vulnerability, in terms of being able to say, "I don't know at all, but I'm certainly going to lean in with my perspectives and I'm going to learn along the way," because I know that you're in a learning journey, I'm in a learning journey, Bree's in a learning journey, right, of- BREE: Absolutely. CHRIS: ... betterment, right. Of again, having a passion for making a better profession, and one that's more responsive to not just the needs of the lawyers that compose it, but ultimately the people that we serve who depend on us to be solution makers for the betterment of society. So, Lindsey- BREE: And I just wanted to throw in here too. I really appreciate the conversations that we have. I've had multiple conversations with Lindsey and that this is an ongoing conversation, an ongoing discussion. And one that we continue to pick back up again and again and again throughout our work. And that's been a delightful aspect, Lindsey, working with you is that we can have these conversations and really honest ones. And so, thank you. Thank you for that. CHRIS: For sure. BREE: I thank you and I'm very grateful for the opportunity to be a part of the institute and its work, but also for the incredibly talented people with whom I've had the opportunity to serve. CHRIS: Yeah. And we will be back with more perspectives around this particular issue in our next couple of episodes. And again, for those of you who are new to the podcast, just some really insightful conversations with all different types of leaders of our movement in our first 20 episodes. I would encourage you to go back and look at the synopsis on our website. One of the things I'll also conclude with is, I think we will include our diversity, equity and inclusion policy that was adopted by our board of directors. Actually, our first action as a governing board. We'll post that in conjunction with this podcast as well. So, signing off. Be well out there, friends, and we will be back in a couple weeks. Thanks.  

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Michigan Business Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 6:38


Jeffrey Mosher speaks with Britta Carlson, CEO & Founder, Med Pros Share, Marquette, MI, a SmartZone Best Small Business award winner for 2022. In the interview, they cover Britta's career path, the company's history, the focus of the company in 2022, what winning this award means for the company, additional information, and how to contact them. » Visit MBN website: www.michiganbusinessnetwork.com/ » Subscribe to MBN's YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCqNX… » Like MBN: www.facebook.com/mibiznetwork » Follow MBN: twitter.com/MIBizNetwork/

Pubcast
Pubcast 81: Tommy Boy

Pubcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 125:01


Allison, Rob and Ed join me to break down this 1990s classic starring Chris Farley and David Spade. This movie holds a special place for us, as we all went to Marquette University, as did Chris Farley…and the character Tommy Callahan even graduates from Marquette in the beginning of the movie. This movie, like a lot of the SNL movies, runs high on the jokes-per-minute scale, and this is arguably the funniest of all the Saturday Night Live movies. It's extremely quotable and rewatchable, and really feels like a timeless comedy.

Games & Grub
4/30/22 - Penultimate Episode

Games & Grub

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 84:16


Aidan and Zack carry the load with no Brian. This is the second-to-last Games & Grub of all time. Say no more. Highlights include: (17:56) Reaction to Dwyane Wade being named 2022 Commencement Speaker at Marquette University (29:16) Top 5 Tweets: Should you be able to order a cookie medium rare? You read that right. (41:13) Ranking the remaining teams left in the NBA Playoffs (1:02:55) Can you take the Buffalo Wild Wings/Doritos Flamin' Hot Wings serious? (1:10:30) Trivia To-Go: Beer Edition, in honor of Marquette's Spring Senior Bar Crawl All you have to do is listen!

Pioneer Podcasts
Bill Tierney Radio Show S6E7

Pioneer Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022


Head coach Bill Tierney and Voice of the Pioneers Tyler Maun take a look back at last weekend's win at Providence and preview Marquette's Friday Night visit to Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium. 

Michigan Business Network
Michigan Celebrates Small Business | Kall Morris Incorporated

Michigan Business Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 10:31


Jeffrey Mosher speaks with Troy M. Morris, Co-Founder & Director of Operations, Kall Morris Inc (KMI), Marquette, MI, an SBDC Best Small Business award winner for 2022. In the interview, they cover Troy's career path, the company's history, the focus of the company in 2022, what winning this award means for the company, additional information, and how to contact them. » Visit MBN website: www.michiganbusinessnetwork.com/ » Subscribe to MBN's YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCqNX… » Like MBN: www.facebook.com/mibiznetwork » Follow MBN: twitter.com/MIBizNetwork/

Born of Wonder
S3 EP39: Oxford Reminiscence With Chris Marquette

Born of Wonder

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 47:14


Katie chats with her husband Chris about the term they spent at Oxford University, "the city of dreaming spires" - The home of the Inklings (Tolkien and C.S. Lewis!), wonderful pubs, the Oxford Oratory... Hear about Katie's inability to navigate a bus schedule and getting lost in the Cotswolds... What did they learn from the Oxford Blind Wine Tasting Society? Do the British really hate Americans? All this and more on this fun reminiscing episode!   ----- www.bornofwonder.com  Leave a review for the podcast on iTunes and leave a star rating on Spotify!    Support the podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bornofwonder?fan_landing=true     ----   Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Keble College    Pubs mentioned -  The Bear The Eagle and Child The Lamb and Flag The King's Arms   Nearby Visits - Bath Blenheim The Cotswolds    Oxford Oratory -  https://www.oxfordoratory.org.uk    "Kristin Lavransdatter" by Sigrid Undset   Well Read Life Podcast Kristin Lavransdatter Intro https://wellreadlife.podbean.com/e/an-introduction-to-kristin-lavransdatter/    Selkie Stories - On Fairy Stories https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-recovered-thing-selchie-stories-and-fishermens-tales/id1509590929?i=1000472353244    "Great Silkie of Sule Skerry" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LabjOVVv9oI    Katie's Gaelic Spotify Playlist https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7llSavBzwm73dvdP1uXece?si=0IO9wxXjSaKG6HL1NbCedw&utm_source=copy-link 

How YouCan2
HYC2 114: How You Can Use The 3 Checks To Assess How Many Great People You Have In Your Life

How YouCan2

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 14:20


Dynamic Blessings! Coming off the SASN conference with Marquette Davon Burton this past weekend, I had to pass some great knowledge to you. Marquette shared a powerful tool that can teach you how to assess if you have good people in your life. The tool is through the 3 checks. Do these people 1) Check on you? 2) Check you? 3) Inspire you to go get a check? If one of these is missing then you get to really consider how close your friendship is. Tap in to hear more about what I mean by this. It's that important. If you enjoy this episode, please share it with your friends, family, and loved ones. It would mean the world to me if you leave a 5-star rating and a review of the show. I honor you. I appreciate you. -Alvey Daniel Thompson Jr. aka Mr. You Can 2

The Steve Gruber Show
Scot Bertram, The U.S. is giving Ukraine another 322-million dollars to help fight Russia.

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 11:00


Live—from the campus of Hillsdale College in beautiful Hillsdale Michigan— this is Scot Bertram in for Steve on the Steve Gruber Show for –April 25th 2022—   —Here are 3 big things you need to know—   One — A big week for earnings is coming up on Wall Street.  Roughly 160 companies on the S&P 500 are expected to report their earnings this coming week.  Some of the big names set to give numbers are Amazon, Apple, Google's parent Alphabet, Facebook's parent Meta, and Microsoft.  It comes after the markets had one of their worst days since 2020 on Friday.     Two— Filling the gas tank is a bit more expensive this week in the state. Triple-A Michigan says the statewide average for regular gas is up two-cents a gallon to three-dollars-94-cents. The price is a dollar-eleven-cents higher than last year. Marquette has the most expensive gas at four-dollars-eight-cents and Lansing has the lowest price at three-80. And number three— The U.S. is giving Ukraine another 322-million dollars to help fight Russia.  Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin visited yesterday and met with the country's president for three hours.  They also confirmed diplomats will return this week.

G.C.Community Chat With Kerry Partin
Ep 573- G.C.Community Chat With Kim Marquette From Autos For Autism & The Straight Farmhouse Museum

G.C.Community Chat With Kerry Partin

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022


Join us Thursday night at 8pm when we welcome our good friend Kim Marquette back to the show. We'll be discussing the changes for this years Auto For Autism and also all the great events happening at the Straight Farmhouse. Should be another great show! Live on Facebook and YouTube.

Intentional Foul
Episode 153 - I Hate All Boston Teams

Intentional Foul

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 82:11


After a few weeks, one vacation and an illness apiece, we're back with another edition of the Intentional Foul! A LOT of loose ends to tie up after dusting off the gear in Studio B. Some quick hits in the NFL about the draft, the Packers grab a veteran receiver and the there's a new golf matchup featuring the best QBs in the NFL. It's playoff time in the NBA with the Bucks nabbing the three seed and an opening round matchup with the Bulls. Plus all the other matchups after the play-in "tournament." The Brewers are off to a mediocre start: good pitching and not much run production. And finally putting a bow on the NCAA hoops season with the tournament and some transfer portal/draft declaration news from the Badgers and Marquette. All that and more coming up as we return with another episode of the Intentional Foul! Tell your friends.

The Intersect: The Official Podcast of FAbM Base
S1 E7: "What if I can't afford to be in the 2% failure rate of FABM methods?" with Louise Boychuck

The Intersect: The Official Podcast of FAbM Base

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 45:48


Louise Boychuk is a Registered Nurse and Marquette Method instructor who lives in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. She is the director of Vitae Fertility Education, a collective of Marquette Instructors who teach the method virtually and in-person. She's passionate about teaching couples about the science and research behind NFP in an approachable and easy-to-understand way. The theme of our conversation with Louise is “What if I can't afford to be in the 2% failure rate of fertility awareness methods?” Some couples are desperate to avoid pregnancy, and with good reason. Louise discussed how Fertility Awareness Based Methods can be customized for the individual in this situation, when to consider a method switch, and the importance of a good instructor fit. The desire to avoid pregnancy falls somewhere on a spectrum that ranges from great need to “we'll see what happens.” We talked about the effect of mindset and how abstinence plays into these important decisions. Louise also broke down PCOS for us in a way that we could understand and explained how Marquette and other methods approach charting the woman with complicated hormone patterns. It was an absolute joy to have this chat with Louise and we hope you enjoy it! Make sure to check out this FREE resource she provided for all of our listeners: Straight Talk About NFP Effectiveness (vitaefertility.com)

Locked On Blue Devils - Daily Podcast On Duke Blue Devils Football & Basketball
End-of-Season Reviews for Jeremy Roach, AJ Griffin, Joey Baker & Theo John

Locked On Blue Devils - Daily Podcast On Duke Blue Devils Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 24:29


JJ Jackson goes over his End-of-Season Reviews for Jeremy Roach, AJ Griffin, Joey Baker & Theo John as the 2021-2022 basketball season has concluded. Jeremy Roach turned into one of the country's best playmakers in March Madness and improved throughout his sophomore season. AJ Griffin overcame a preseason injury and limited playing time at the end of his high school career on his way to becoming one of the best shooters in the NCAA. Joey Baker finished his senior year playing for the Blue Devils and Theo John transferring into the Duke program after a standout career at Marquette. Twitter: @LO_BlueDevils | @_JJ_Jackson_ The Locked On Blue Devils Podcast with host JJ Jackson is a daily show that brings you the latest news & headlines from Duke Blue Devils Athletics. Every day, we will discuss the biggest stories from Duke Basketball and Football and feature special guests including athletes, coaches and insiders for an in-depth look. Locked On Blue Devils is a part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/COLLEGE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Hallowed Waters
13: LIVE PODCAST! Pere Marquette Guide Legends and its Brown Trout Ground-Zero Hallowed Waters –The Iconic Trout Guide: Jac Ford, and his new book-” A View from the Middle Seat”

Hallowed Waters

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 89:01


This is a special live recording on the banks of the hallowed Pere Marquette River in Michigan at the new 1884 Fly Shop. Host/Guide Matthew Supinski comes back to the waters that were the subject of his first authored book back in 1995, “River Journal: Pere Marquette”, to interview the oldest, most talented and vibrant guide legend (80 plus years young)-Michigan's iconic Jac Ford, who still rows a boat everyday and has a new book filled with amazing trout stories, lethal tactics and incredible photography and fly patterns. The legendary Pere Marquette was the site of the first Western Hemisphere introduction of brown trout from Germany's Black Forest in the spring of 1884- hence the name for Dan' White's amazing new fly shop on its waters!...don't miss this podcast! Podcast Artwork by Igor Vinnik and Caleb Denman Engineered and Produced by Caleb Denman at Jupiter Sound Reasearch TAGS #hallowedwatersjournal #hallowedwaterspodcast #matthewsupinski #jacford #troutfishing #flyfishing #peremarquetteriver #dryflyfishing #mayflyhatches #matchingthehatch #michiganguides #steelhead #browntrout #rainbowtrout #baldwinmichigan #1884flyshop #danwhite1884flyshop #troutstreams #streamers #nymphfishing #riverjournal #groundzerobrowntrout #browntrout #blackforestbrowntrout #germanbrowntrout #michigantroutlegends #browntroutatlanticsalmonnexus #hexhatch #mousing #nightfishingfortrout #wetflies #softhackles #gloomisnrxrods #orvismissionspey #harelinedubbin #daiichihooks #maxima #anglerssportgroup --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hallowedwaters/message

Sonics Forever
Jim McIlvaine

Sonics Forever

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 39:49


Seven year NBA player and former Sonic Jim McIlvaine joins the Show to discuss his time in Seattle and his hoops career. A defensive specialist and standout at Marquette, Jim shares illuminating stories about his time in Seattle, including the circumstances around Shawn Kemp. This episode is presented by Swinomish Casino and Lodge, Dicks Drive-in and the Run Freely Foundation.

BizTimes MKE: Milwaukee Business Insights
David Reeves on returning to Milwaukee and helping to build a tech ecosystem | Ep. 125

BizTimes MKE: Milwaukee Business Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 27:15


This week's episode features a recent presentation at the Rotary Club of Milwaukee, a BizTimes Media podcast partner, by David Reeves. Reeves is a Milwaukee-native, the former president of OpenGov and now an executive in residence at Marquette. In this episode, he discusses the decision to open an OpenGov office in the city and why his criteria for any future operational leadership role includes a company adding a Milwaukee presence. He also addresses the need to understand where technology is going and some of the challenges Milwaukee faces in becoming a destination for top tech talent. In partnership with the Rotary Club of Milwaukee.

The Steve Gruber Show
Scot Bertram, Hundreds of people are hoping to get home today from Spring Break.

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 11:00


Live—from the campus of Hillsdale College in beautiful Hillsdale Michigan— this is Scot Bertram in for Steve on the Steve Gruber Show for –April 4th 2022—   —Here are 3 big things you need to know—   Three—  Former President Trump is backing a VP candidate from 2008.  He says he's returning the favor after Sarah Palin endorsed him in 2016.  Palin resigned as Alaska's governor in 2009 and is now running for Congress., hoping to replace the late Congressman Don Young.   Two— The average gas price in Michigan is down a dime over the past week. Triple-A Michigan says the price is now four-dollars-four cents a gallon, 30-cents higher than a month ago and a dollar-20 more than last year. Marquette remains the most expensive area for gas at four-dollars-22-cents a gallon while Benton Harbor, Grand Rapids, and Saginaw all average the lowest in Michigan at three-97. And number one— Hundreds of people are hoping to get home today from Spring Break.  Several airlines canceled more than 35-hundred flights over the weekend, mainly due to bad weather in Florida.  Southwest said it's back on track but that's not the case for JetBlue and Spirit Airlines.

ALP: The Admissions Leadership Podcast

Ken's first boss in college admission, Ray Brown, joins the show to swap stories about leadership, team development, and baseball. Ray is the chief enrollment officer at St. Joseph's College of Maine, having served previously as dean of admission at TCU and Marquette and director of admission at Lawrence University. Ray also happens to be a human baseball encyclopedia, and shares the three games he most would have liked to attend throughout history, including one with a surprise ending.Shout-outs to Bob Preloger, Fred Schebor, Steve Syverson, Duncan Murdoch, Heath Einstein and Mike Marshall.Rapid DescentWalkout song:  Born to Run by Bruce SpringsteenBest recent read: The Baseball 100 by Joe PosnanskiEager to read next: The Boys of Summer by Roger Kahn and How to be an Antiracist by Ibram X. KendiFavorite podcast: This one (check's in the mail, Ray).Favorite thing to make in the kitchen: BupkisWhat he uses to take and keep notes: Pen and paper. Memorable bit of advice: "Do not judge your insides by other people's outsides."Bucket list: Trip to the Holy Land. Theme music arranged by Ryan Anselment.

The Embassy Wealth Podcast
Building a Bigger Portfolio with Less Risk with Stephen Marquette

The Embassy Wealth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 47:23


Vacation rentals, multi-family properties and house-hacking: Stephen Marquette has tried a variety of real estate investments over twenty years of overseas and domestic assignments. From purchasing his first condo to partnering up with a FS colleague and learning the power of a team, Stephen has gained a wealth of experience along his investing journey. Building a strong local network, leveraging partnerships, and continually educating himself and adjusting his strategy has helped him and his partners build a portfolio of 27 units in 3 states.     Learn from Stephen:    How to utilize your primary residence as an investment property through house hacking The benefit of partnerships to mitigate risks and grow your portfolio faster The importance of keeping accurate and clean records of your investments and expenses How real estate fits into his diverse investment strategy   …and so much more!  Music: “Higher Up” by Shane Ivers

The Ramie Show
Don Wojczulis Joins The Show

The Ramie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 11:53


Don Wojczulis joins the Ramie Show to talk about the Badgers and Marquette basketball programs as well as the Final 4!

BizTimes MKE: Milwaukee Business Insights
STUFF: What does a construction project manager do?

BizTimes MKE: Milwaukee Business Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 22:41


This episode is a little different from many of our others. We're sharing a recent conversation with Andre Ghelfi Thomas from The Boldt Company, an Appleton-based construction firm. Andre, a project manager at Boldt, spoke with BizTimes for our annual STUFF publications, which highlight career opportunities in manufacturing, construction and the trades. In the interview, Andre discusses what interested him in construction, how he got started, the differences between a project engineer and a project manager, the planning that goes into his current project at the Marquette dental school and much more. As a publication, STUFF is intended for students, teachers, guidance counselors, parents and job seekers. Please consider sharing this episode with those in your life who might be interested in learning more about construction and if you want to learn more about STUFF, visit stuff.biztimes.com 

The Steve Gruber Show
Scot Bertram, Ukraine is willing to discuss becoming a neutral country in a peace deal with Russia.

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 11:00


Live—from the campus of Hillsdale College in beautiful Hillsdale Michigan— this is Scot Bertram in for Steve on the Steve Gruber Show for –Monday March 28th 2022—   —Here are 3 big things you need to know—   Three—  The 2022 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament Final Four is set.  Kansas, Villanova, Duke and North Carolina will compete in New Orleans for college basketball's biggest prize.  Kansas will play Villanova on Saturday.  Duke will take on rival North Carolina for their 258th meeting since 1920, but for the first time in the NCAA Tournament.     Two— Gas prices are slightly lower than a week ago. Triple-A Michigan says the average has dropped two-cents to four-dollars-14-cents, which is up 64-cents in the past month and a dollar-47 more than last year. Marquette's four-32 is the highest price in the state, and Grand Rapids and Saginaw have the lowest at four-dollars-seven-cents. And number one— Ukraine is willing to discuss becoming a neutral country in a peace deal with Russia.  That comes with conditions as President Volodymyr Zelensky says the deal would have to be guaranteed by third parties and put to a referendum.  More than a month after the Russian invasion of Ukraine began, Zelensky said any deal first requires a ceasefire and troop withdrawals.    

Scrambled Eggs - Marquette Basketball
#mubb season is over, let's review

Scrambled Eggs - Marquette Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 60:24


We're back for the final "in-season" podcast for #mubb to review the NCAAT results (real bad) and the season over all(good to really good). We first discuss the blow out at the hands of North Carolina and why is it that Marquette is the launching platform for other teams to make Elite Eight or better tournament runs. We then talk about the roster construction and what we know, what we speculate, and what we hope for the roster next season. We also evaluate the 2022 campaign overall and how we feel about Shaka Year 1. We close out with some general thoughts on the state of college basketball. Enjoy!

Blue Blood TV  Podcast
March 17th - March 24th - Blue Blood TV Podcast, Season 4 Episode 8

Blue Blood TV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 32:08


In Season 4 Episode 8, the Blue Blood Rivalry team discusses how both sides of the rivalry advanced in the first weekend with UNC blowing out Marquette and upsetting Baylor. On the other side, Duke handled business against Cal State Fullerton before winning against Michigan State in Coach K's final battle against Tom Izzo. Moving forward, Connor and Hassan give their takes on the upcoming Texas Tech and UCLA games. Support the show (http://BlueBloodRivalryRun.com)

Locked On Tar Heels - Daily Podcast On North Carolina Tar Heels Football & Basketball
UNC Tar Heels G/F Leaky Black's mom, Carla, joins the show (Part 2 of 2)

Locked On Tar Heels - Daily Podcast On North Carolina Tar Heels Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 47:17


North Carolina G/F Leaky Black's mom Carla joins the show to talk about personal life, the regular season, and the NCAA Tournament. In Part 2 of the interview, Carla and host Isaac Schade cover a host of topics including who really should have been the ACC Defensive Player of the Year, Carla's viral moment at Clemson, the regular season finale at Cameron Indoor Stadium vs. Duke (#RuinARetirementParty), Selection Sunday nerves, the Marquette blowout, the crazy victory over Baylor, looking ahead to the Sweet 16, and finally looking back to take stock of Leaky's college experience when it's all said and done. Follow the show: Locked On Tar Heels (YouTube) Locked On Tar Heels (LinkTree) Locked On Tar Heels (Twitter) Isaac Schade (Twitter) Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. StatHero StatHero is reshaping the way the way you play fantasy sports. Dozens of house based games to play daily. No sharks, no funky props, just your skill vs the lineups you choose. Sign-up today at StatHero.com/LockedOn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Inside Carolina Podcast
Up in the Rafters: Hubert Davis Joins the Show

Inside Carolina Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 40:25


After an unforgettable NCAA Tournament weekend, North Carolina is headed to the Sweet 16. For this week's edition of Up in the Rafters, the usual duo of host Taylor Vippolis and Tar Heel legend Justin Jackson discuss the big win over Marquette and the epic upset of Baylor. They are then joined by a special guest -- UNC head coach Hubert Davis. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Chuck & Winkler
Don Wojczulis joins the show

Chuck & Winkler

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 13:38


Don Wojczulis joins the show to talk about the sweet 16 as well as the Badgers and Marquette early exit from the NCAA Tournament. 

Sconnie Jonny
End of the Madness

Sconnie Jonny

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 53:08


Jon and Aaron begin with the very short stays of Marquette and Wisconsin in the NCAA tournament.  Both teams stumbled in and neither reach the Sweet 16.  The Bucks take a tough loss in Minneapolis while hanging in a tie for second in the East.  Then the end of the NCAA Wresting, Hockey and Basketball seasons. 

Carolina Insider
Hubert Davis Show 3-21-22

Carolina Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 59:52


Hubert Davis joins Jones Angell to talk about last week's matchups with Marquette and Baylor in the opening rounds of the NCAA Tournament, preview this week's matchup with UCLA in the Sweet 16 in Philadelphia, and answer Tar Heel fan's questions.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Ceiling is the Roof Podcast - British Tar Heel
Episode 22 - The Tar Heels are still dancing at March Madness

Ceiling is the Roof Podcast - British Tar Heel

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 59:42


George (@britishtarheel) and B Daht (@BDAHT) come together again after the huge wins against Marquette and Baylor in NCAA Tournament and give their takes on the game. This was followed by a preview of what to expect against UCLA. You can enter into the March Madness Raffle with $10 worth 1 Raffle Ticket and $350+ worth of prizes to be won. Click on the link here to enter: https://justgiving.com/FUNDRAISING/BRITISHTARHEELRAISINGMONEYFORDEMENTIACAFE Follow https://twitter.com/britishtarheel and https://instagram.com/britishtarheel Follow https://twitter.com/BDAHT and https://instagram.com/bdahttv Don't forget to subscribe to the YouTube Channel and check out https://tarheelinternational.com for all your UNC basketball news. Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-tar-heel-show/id1564566360 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3hICaXeiyb2DpQ4C9mpre3 I do not own any clips or videos uploaded of highlights or photos of UNC Basketball. No copyright infringement intended. Highlights and clips are property of ESPN, ACC Network, CBS, etc. No affiliation to UNC.

UNC Hoops Talk Podcast
SWEET 16! TAR HEELS BEAT BAYLOR! (and the refs)

UNC Hoops Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 74:33


UNC Hoops Talk Podcast #231 After a blowout win over Marquette in the first round, UNC looked to keep it rolling against Baylor! They did...until the refs took over in the middle of the second half! We break it all down and enjoy this big win for Coach Davis and the Heels. Of course, we look ahead to next weekend and the match-up with UCLA as well. As always, thanks for listening and Go Heels! Make sure to support the podcast: Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: Subscribe on YouTube: Support the Podcast: (Also available on Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify, iHeartRadio or anywhere podcasts are) And connect with me: Email:   Twitter/IG: @AllTarHeelDan  Gil's twitter: @YogiGil Blog: Until Next Time, Go Heels!

Inside Carolina Podcast
Coast to Coast: Carolina's Crescendo

Inside Carolina Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2022 62:14


While the Coast to Coast guys knew they'd host a show this week, they didn't completely expect to be talking about a North Carolina team headed to the Sweet 16. Sean Moran and Sherrell McMillan joined Joey Powell to break down Tar Heel tourney wins against Marquette and Baylor.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Scalzo & Brust
4PM: Davante Traded to Las Vegas...

Scalzo & Brust

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 52:19


Davante Adams was traded to the Raiders last night. Greg and Ben want to know how the Scalzo & Brust family is feeling about the Trade, and what fans want next from the Packers. Homer joins the show to talk Marquette, and the Davante Adams trade. THe Scalzo & Brust family give their thoughts on the Davante Adams trade, and what they want to see the Packers do next.

The Best of The OG with Ovies & Giglio
Kentucky basketball blows up everyone's bracket with a loss to Saint Peter's. Brendan Marks on UNC Basketball, their win over Marquette and their upcoming match-up with Baylor in the NCAA Tournament.

The Best of The OG with Ovies & Giglio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 29:38


Kentucky basketball blows up everyone's bracket with a loss to Saint Peter's. Brendan Marks on UNC Basketball, their win over Marquette and their upcoming match-up with Baylor in the NCAA Tournament. And what to expect with Duke Basketball and the rest of the ACC this March Madness. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Chris Vernon Show
The Alex Lomax Game + NCAA Tournament w/ Alan Boston - 3/18/22

Chris Vernon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 72:02


On today's show: Memphis beat Boise aka The Alex Lomax Game + Saturday's matchup with Gonzaga + Kentucky loses + Murray State + Teddy Buckets and New Mexico State + UNC kills Marquette (4:15). College Basketball Wiseguy Alan Boston joins the show to talk about his Friday plays including Alabama/Notre Dame + Iowa State/LSU (35:20) and then previews Saturday's games: Baylor/North Carolina (40:13) Kansas/Creighton (41:19) Tennessee/Michigan (43:44) Providence/Richmond (45:22) UCLA/St. Mary's (48:12) Murray St/St. Peter's (49:39) Arkansas/New Mexico St. (55:00) Gonzaga/Memphis (59:26) Watch LIVE at noon, weekdays on YouTube and the Grizzlies App: bit.ly/MemGrizzApp Watch today's full show at: youtube.com/grindcitymedia

Packer And Durham
Hour 3: Training Hard

Packer And Durham

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 50:55


Mark & Wes talk about UNC defeating Marquette 95 - 63 and the drama that ensued on the court. They then discuss the UVA men's & women's swimming and diving team winning 3 NCAA championships as well as Day 2 of the NCAA Wrestling Championships today. 

SnoTap Network
Packers Shock The World Trading Davante Adams, What's Next? | The Daily Tap

SnoTap Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 25:07


Charlie reacts to the stunning news that Davante Adams has been traded to the Las Vegas Raiders. Why he thinks it reflects poorly from Adams then scoffs at the idea that the Packers aren't contenders. Then he discusses all the potential next steps for the team from Aaron Rodgers, the free-agent wide receiver market, the NFL Draft, and who might be staying with the Packers. He also discusses Marquette's March failure at the very end.

Scalzo & Brust
4PM: Sympathy For The Eagles?

Scalzo & Brust

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 51:02


They guys maybe, sort of feel bad for Marquette as they are blown out by North Carolina. They also react to the madness that is Cover5 Madness. 1 or 0.

Inside Carolina Podcast
The Postgame: Heels Dominate Marquette

Inside Carolina Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 18:19


In a game that was brutally ugly for both teams for the first seven minutes, Carolina turned on the jets and ran Marquette out of Dickies Arena 95-63 in the Round of 64 in the NCAA Tournament. The Heels offense was lights out after the initial sputtering and Marquette, with the help of Carolina's defense from Leaky Black and his teammates, could never get into an offensive flow and ultimately the game once the blue wave started. Taylor Vippolis joins host Tommy Ashley to break down the rout in this March Madness InsideCarolina.com Postgame Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Packer And Durham
Hour 3: Excitement for Day 1

Packer And Durham

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 48:07


Jordan Cornette joins the show to discuss the close Notre Dame win in 2OT as they defeated Rutgers 89 - 87, the start of NCAA tournament games happening today with Marquette vs UNC and what he expects from the first round of games. Then Eric Mac Lain also joins from Tiger Town to discuss Clemson Pro Day at 10am, what players have the most to gain and what he expects to see from spring football. 

Packer And Durham
Hour 1: Day 1 of March Madness

Packer And Durham

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 51:13


March Madness games begin today! Marquette is facing off against UNC and the guys are favoring UNC, especially if they start the game strong and fast. Then the guys talk about Louisville hiring Kenny Payne as head coach and the pressure that he could feel when he is in that roll. 

Coast to Coast Hoops
3/17/22-Coast To Coast Hoops

Coast to Coast Hoops

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 74:29


Greg talks about shading down totals for the NCAA Tournament, recaps Wednesday's college basketball results, talks to Brian Butch of the Big Ten Network about the outlook of the Big Ten teams in the NCAA Tournament and Thursday's tournament games & Greg picks & analyzes EVERY Thursday college basketball game Podcast Highlights 144-Shading down totals for the NCAA Tournament 4:02-Recap of Wednesday's college basketball results 13:48-Interview with Brian Butch 30:21-Picks & analysis for New Mexico St vs UConn 33:15-Picks & analysis for Vermont vs Arkansas 35:54-Picks & analysis for Norfolk St vs Baylor 39:02-Picks & analysis for Marquette vs North Carolina 41:44-Picks & analysis for Michigan vs Colorado St 45:00-Picks & analysis for Longwood vs Tennessee 47:21-DK Nation Pick San Francisco vs Murray St 49:49-Picks & analysis for St. Peter's vs Kentucky 52:23-Picks & analysis for Texas Southern vs Kansas 54:40-Picks & analysis for Creighton vs San Diego St 56:26-Picks & analysis for Richmond vs Iowa 58:43-Picks & analysis for South Dakota St vs Providence 1:01:42-Picks & analysis for Georgia St vs Gonzaga 1:04:25-Picks & analysis for Memphis vs Boise St 1:06:50-Picks & analysis for Indiana vs St. Mary's 1:09:05-Picks & analysis for Akron vs UCLA 1:11:21-Picks & analysis for Eastern Washington vs Fresno St See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Inside Carolina Podcast
On the Beat: Heels Open In Heart of Texas

Inside Carolina Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 47:57


Armando Bacot is a junior at North Carolina. This week and weekend is his first experience with what was once a rite of passage for every UNC basketball player to come before him. The NCAA Tournament experience is real, and finally, Bacot and his younger teammates are getting the chance to, as Coach Hubert Davis said in his pregame press conference, create memories that will last a lifetime. Greg Barnes, Gregory Hall and host Tommy Ashley get together on the eve of the Tar Heels first round matchup against Marquette to break down all things tournament time for a UNC team hungry to get into the fight on Thursday afternoon. This edition of the InsideCarolina On The Beat Live Podcast gives you exclusive content from the heart of Texas as Barnes and Hall bring their takes and analysis from downtown Fort Worth in preparation for UNC's opener at 4:30 ET on TBS. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The OddsBreakers
The Deeper Dive with Michael Fordham–NCAA Tournament First Round Breakdowns

The OddsBreakers

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 32:53


0:00—Intro 2:43—South Dakota State vs Providence 8:31—Marquette vs North Carolina 12:48—Murray State vs San Francisco 16:52—Loyola Chicago vs Ohio State 21:36—USC vs Miami 26:48—Colgate vs Wisconsin 31:37—Outro All of Michael's information—> https://linktr.ee/fordhamsportsgambling

Carolina Insider
Hubert Davis Show 3-14-22

Carolina Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 59:49


Hubert Davis joins Jones Angell to talk about last week's ACC Tournament in Brooklyn, preview this week's matchup with Marquette in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Fort Worth, and answer Tar Heel fan's questions.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Doug Gottlieb Show
All Ball - Pt. 3 Steve "Wojo" Wojciechowski on Coach K Asst. Years, "Redeem Team", Marquette Lessons, Post-K Duke

The Doug Gottlieb Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 135:13


In the final installment of Doug's interview with former Marquette head coach and Duke favorite Steve "Wojo" Wojciechowski, they discuss what Coach K was like before a game, the end of his Duke career, the unique way Coach K hired him to be an assistant at 21, the unique relationship with the Cameron Crazies, learning under Coach K, an inside look at his experience as an assistant on the Team USA "redeem Team", how he ended up taking the Marquette job, why it didn't work, what he learned from it, if he regrets not waiting to succeed Coach K at Duke, and where he sees himself in the future. Download, rate and subscribe to get the latest All Ball Podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
Pt. 3 Steve "Wojo" Wojciechowski on Coach K Asst. Years, "Redeem Team", Marquette Lessons, Post-K Duke

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 135:13


In the final installment of Doug's interview with former Marquette head coach and Duke favorite Steve "Wojo" Wojciechowski, they discuss what Coach K was like before a game, the end of his Duke career, the unique way Coach K hired him to be an assistant at 21, the unique relationship with the Cameron Crazies, learning under Coach K, an inside look at his experience as an assistant on the Team USA "redeem Team", how he ended up taking the Marquette job, why it didn't work, what he learned from it, if he regrets not waiting to succeed Coach K at Duke, and where he sees himself in the future. Download, rate and subscribe to get the latest All Ball Podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Sharp & Benning
March 10 Seg 8B Ben Steele Marquette Basketball Beat Writer For The Journal Sentinel

Sharp & Benning

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 20:26


March 10 Seg 8B Ben Steele Marquette Basketball Beat Writer For The Journal Sentinel