“I remember someone asked ‘why do you only draw white people?' It really put a mirror to me and I was like, ‘why is that?' I think it's the culture I grew up around — I didn't have that opportunity to see myself.” Jonathan Hill is an award-winning cartoonist, illustrator, and educator living in Portland, OR. Jonathan is the creator of numerous graphic novels - including Americus, Odessa, and his latest - Tales of a Seventh-Grade Lizard Boy. And your guess of which of this is about sci-fi dystopia is probably wrong - but all of his works hit on some pretty relevant themes of family and belonging. Jonathan's work does that thing that great fiction does - wrapping an important theme in a seemingly fantastic narrative. While there is a Vietnamese American family as part of the story, let's just say the main characters are also not from around here. In our chat we really got to understand the why behind so many of Jonathan's story telling choices. We'd definitely recommend Tales of a Seventh-Grade Lizard Boy for any of us who have ever just wanted to belong - or for folks who need a better understanding of what it's like to not belong. Beyond being a graphic novelist, Jonathan's an accomplished cartoonist with clients like Microsoft, the Portland Trailblazers, the Vietnam Literature Project, the Inlander, Fantagraphics Books, Dark Horse Comics, Tor.com, The Believer Magazine, Literary Arts, and Powell's City of Books. AND he's been the staff illustrator to The Asian Reporter since 2007. Jonathan also teaches comics and visual narrative — having taught at Pacific Northwest College of Art, Oregon College of Art was Writer in Residence through Literary Arts' Writers in the Schools program — and he currently serves on the Board of Directors of Literary Arts and chairs the Youth Programs Advisory Council. It goes without saying, Jonathan's one of those empathetic creators whose work you'll want to keep an eye on. LEARN ABOUT JONATHAN HILL oneofthejohns.com BOOK: Tales of a Seventh-Grade Lizard Boy - goodreads.com/en/book/show/48622007 BOOK: Odessa - goodreads.com/en/book/show/50891498 instagram.com/oneofthejohns MENTIONS ARTICLE (Time) - I Love America. That's Why I Have to Tell the Truth About It - time.com/5455490/american-like-me BOOK: The Sympathizer (Viet Thanh Nguyen): goodreads.com/en/book/show/23168277 BOOK: Fuzz & Pluck - goodreads.com/en/book/show/648527 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bookey App 30 mins Book Summaries Knowledge Notes and More
The Lean StartupThe Lean Startup Full Book Introduction We have entered an era of unprecedented entrepreneurial renaissance, but the success rate of today's startups is very low due to the absence of effective management. How to improve a startup's chances of success has become an inevitable question for every entrepreneur. This book proposes the idea of ‘lean startup'. By developing minimum viable products and failing fast, a business could validate whether its product meets the customers' needs or not at the minimum cost and in the shortest time. During the process, a startup can acquire “validated learning” and improve its chance of success. Author : Eric RiesThe author, Eric Ries, is the Co-Founder and CTO of IMVU as well as an Entrepreneur in Residence at Harvard Business School. His idea of ‘lean startup' has been extensively reported in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, The Huffington Post, and many other media. He also provides consulting services related to business and product strategy for a number of startups, large companies, and venture capital institutions. Overview | Chapter 1Hi, welcome to Bookey. Today we will unlock the book The Lean Startup: How Today's Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses. In an era of unprecedented entrepreneurial renaissance, how could a startup stand out from fierce competition and succeed? A great product? An amazing team? Or an extraordinary idea? The answer is none of these. A business with a great product could easily fail if its marketing strategy is improper. But even a perfect marketing strategy does not guarantee success. A startup with both a good product and a marketing strategy in line with market demands might gain some early success, but it could still fail from blind expansion and excessive operating expenses. Even a world-renowned company like Kodak could eventually go bankrupt due to its inability to adapt to market changes and transform its business. On top of idea, product, team, and other elements, a startup that wants to be successful and continue to grow needs to have a set of scientific management practices. If a company can do this, it will develop and grow in an orderly manner and put itself in a nearly invincible position. Many startups fail due to improper management practices, so some entrepreneurs try to imitate the management practices of those long-established enterprises. But they neglected one fact: Although the traditional enterprises have mature management models, their models are not applicable or appropriate for startups. The practices of traditional enterprises are based on a stable market environment, while startups face a chaotic market environment with extreme uncertainty. As a result, the conventional management practices are not helpful to the development of startups, and sometimes those practices may even introduce bureaucracy and kill creativity instead. On the other hand, some other entrepreneurs do the exact opposite: They completely abandon the conventional management principles and just follow their instincts. But this also doesn't guarantee success and can be problematic. So, how exactly should entrepreneurs manage their startups in order to succeed? This book proposes the idea of a ‘lean startup'. By developing a minimum viable product (MVP), a startup could quickly validate if a product meets customers' needs at the minimum cost and in the shortest time. The process is called ‘validated learning', which can help entrepreneurs improve their chances of success. The concept of ‘lean startup' was...
1 John Series – Session 12 Biblical Life TV | BLTV1JN0012 In this session, we discover several important things: · God's love to us is a gift that we cannot earn; we must simply receive it. · Once saved, we are separated from the world's system, and it will no longer recognize us. · The purification process of the believer is connected to his looking for the return of Christ. · No matter how much we grow in the Lord, there are new levels of growth waiting for us to discover and to walk in. Dr. Michael Lake is the Scholar-in-Residence of the Strategic Remnant Learning Center - Biblical Life Assembly, the Chancellor and Founder of Biblical Life College and Seminary. He is the author of the best-selling books, The Shinar Directive: Preparing the Way for the Son of Perdition, The Sheeriyth Imperative: Empowering the Remnant to Overcome the Gates of Hell, and The Kingdom Priesthood: Preparing and Equipping the Remnant Priesthood for the Last Days. Dr. Lake is a popular speaker at national Christian conferences and is a frequent guest on many Christian TV and radio/podcast programs in North America.
EPISODE 264. Sabino links with Alessandro Cattelan in the Brooklyn Office. Alessandro talks about his journey in TV & Film and having a residence in Brooklyn. Be sure to follow Alessandro here https://instagram.com/alecattelan Follow Sabino here https://instagram.com/sabinocurcio To shop our merchandise, visit https://www.growingupitaliangui.com/ourmerch Be sure to check our Instagram https://www.instagram.com/growingupitalian As always, if you enjoyed this video, be sure to drop a Like, Comment and please SUBSCRIBE. Grazie a tutti!
It's first Friday so Rasheda Hatchett is back in the building! She shares with us some steps we can take to deal with loss and stay productive. Trae also sits with Naomi André, Seattle Opera's Scholar in Residence who gives us some insight on opera history and how Seattle Opera is moving differently and leading the industry regarding diversity on and off the stage.
In this week's episode, I talk to writer Kerry Graham. Kerry is a Baltimore-based writer and former English teacher. She is a Creative-in-Residence at the Baltimore Banner, and her essays and vignettes have appeared in dozens of publications. Huffington Post published her essay about being childfree by choice in three languages. Dan Rather said of Kerry's writing, “in a sea of doom scrolling, a beautiful island of hope.”Topics that Kerry & I cover are:why she made the decision to stop talking about her relationship status; the story of how she came to be childfree;how she still struggles with other people's perceptions of her childfree status;how we still live in a culture where the expectation is that you'll become a mother;the implication that being single is a temporary state;how there are so many facets to human beings besides from our relationship status!the pressure on childfree women to make something amazing of their lives as a way of ‘making up for' not having kids;how women tend to spend alot of time talking about their relationship status, when there is so much more to discuss;how we all have many important relationships in our lives, yet we prioritise romantic partners over and above all of them;Kerry's experience of co-dependency in a previous long-term relationship;how, whilst other people can contribute to our happiness, we are ultimately responsible for it;why Kerry never wants to marry or cohabitate with anyone;the hard lessons she has learnt from previous relationships, and her determination not to repeat those same mistakes;ageing, and why we need to own it;Follow Kerry on Instagram: @mskerrygrahamFollow Kerry on Twitter:@mskerrygrahamKerry's website:https://www.mskerrygraham.com/ Email Kerry: firstname.lastname@example.org Book a FREE 30 minute coaching 'taster' session HERE: https://calendly.com/lucymeggeson/30minute Fancy getting your hands on my FREE Top 10 Mindset Tips? Head over to: www.lucymeggeson.com Interested in my 1-1 Coaching? Work with me HERE: https://www.lucymeggeson.com/workwithme Join my private Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1870817913309222/?ref=share Follow me on Instagram: @spinsterhoodreimagined Follow me on Twitter: @LucyMeggeson Follow me on LinkedIn: Lucy Meggeson Email me: email@example.com And thank you so much for listening!!!
Arts Entrepreneurship Podcast: Making Art Work
| This week on the podcast is part two of our interview with British composer and orchestrator, Dani Howard. She is a fast-rising star in classical music whose works have been performed by celebrated orchestras around the world. She was recently appointed Composer in Residence with the London Chamber Orchestra. Join us to hear what Dani has learned thus far in her multi-faceted entrepreneurial journey!Show Notes:
The Cello Sherpa Podcast Host, Joel Dallow, interviews cellist John Haines-Eitzen, Cornell University Senior Lecturer and Artist-in-Residence. They talk about his journey from rural Pennsylvania to the Philadelphia Orchestra, and then onto his current position at Cornell University. John also takes a deep dive in to his experimentation with cutting edge cello technology. For more information on John, visit:www.saddleridermusic.comYou can also find John on Facebook and Instagram: @saddle_rider_musicIf you are looking for in person/virtual cello lessons, or orchestral repertoire audition coachings, check out www.theCelloSherpa.comFollow us on Instagram @theCelloSherpa
In this episode of ASPI's special podcast series, The Sydney Dialogue Summit Sessions, John Leslie, Director of Trade and Investment and Lead for Space & Defence at Austrade speaks to Heather Richman, Entrepreneur in Residence at BMNT, and Linda Lourie, Senior Advisor with WestExec Advisors. They discuss all things defence innovation, investment and security. The conversation covers the different approaches of government and industry to innovation, how the government can support innovation and the role of industry in security innovation. Guests (in order of appearance): John Leslie: https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-leslie/ Heather Richman: https://www.linkedin.com/in/heatherjrichman Linda Lourie: https://www.westexec.com/linda-lourie/ Music: "Eclipse-6" by Michikawa. Via: www.tribeofnoise.com/
Growing Your Wealth with Brian Evans
In this 2-minute episode Brian discusses potential taxes due on the sale of your principal residence.
EPISODE 1474: In this KEEN ON show, Andrew talks to the veteran tech journalist Julia Angwin about her memories of 9/11 and why she was never quite taken by the blogging "revolution" Julia Angwin is an award-winning investigative journalist and New York Times contributing Opinion writer. She founded The Markup, a nonprofit newsroom that investigates the impacts of technology on society, and is Entrepreneur in Residence at Columbia Journalism School's Brown Institute. Julia was a previously a senior reporter at the independent news organization ProPublica, where she led an investigative team that was a Finalist for a Pulitzer Prize in Explanatory Reporting in 2017 and won a Gerald Loeb Award in 2018. From 2000 to 2013, she was a reporter at The Wall Street Journal, where she led a privacy investigative team that was a Finalist for a Pulitzer Prize in Explanatory Reporting in 2011 and won a Gerald Loeb Award in 2010. In 2003, she was on a team of reporters at The Wall Street Journal that was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in Explanatory Reporting for coverage of corporate corruption. She is also the author of “Dragnet Nation: A Quest for Privacy, Security and Freedom in a World of Relentless Surveillance” (Times Books, 2014) and “Stealing MySpace: The Battle to Control the Most Popular Website in America” (Random House, March 2009). She earned a B.A. in mathematics from the University of Chicago, and an M.B.A. from the Graduate School of Business at Columbia University. Named as one of the "100 most connected men" by GQ magazine, Andrew Keen is amongst the world's best known broadcasters and commentators. In addition to presenting KEEN ON, he is the host of the long-running How To Fix Democracy show. He is also the author of four prescient books about digital technology: CULT OF THE AMATEUR, DIGITAL VERTIGO, THE INTERNET IS NOT THE ANSWER and HOW TO FIX THE FUTURE. Andrew lives in San Francisco, is married to Cassandra Knight, Google's VP of Litigation & Discovery, and has two grown children. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Practice Disrupted with Evelyn Lee and Je'Nen Chastain
Episode 113: 2023 AIA Gold Medal Award Winner Carol Ross BarneyWhat can we learn from 2023 AIA Gold Medal Award Winner Carol Ross Barney?Join us this week as we speak with Carol Ross Barney, the 2023 AIA Gold Medal winner. Ryan Gann, a former employee of Carol's and one of her students, will be our facilitator. Get ready to be inspired by a unique conversation that only happens between two individuals who have a great deal of respect for each other and have worked together for many years.Ryan and Carol's conversation is a fascinating exploration of the intersection between architecture and social justice. They discuss the importance of Equity + Representation in architecture, and how Carol has been a trailblazer in this area throughout her career. She shares stories about the challenges she faced as a woman in a male-dominated field, and how she overcame them with the help of other women who inspired and supported her along the way. The conversation also touches on Purpose Driven Architecture, which is an approach that prioritizes the needs of people and communities over aesthetics or ego. Carol explains how this philosophy has guided her work, particularly in projects that serve marginalized communities. Finally, Ryan and Carol go beyond architecture to discuss how design can be used as a tool for social change.They talk about the role of architects in addressing issues like climate change, affordable housing, and racial inequality, and how Carol's work has been driven by a desire to impact society positively. Overall, this conversation is a powerful reminder of the potential for architecture to be a force for good in the world, and of the importance of diversity and inclusion in the field.It was a great privilege to sit back and listen to these two individuals. We hope that you will enjoy the change-up in the format of this episode and find it as insightful as we did.Guests:Carol Ross Barney, FAIA, HASLA has been in the vanguard of civic space design since founding Ross Barney Architects in 1981. With a career that spans nearly 50 years, Carol has made significant contributions to the built environment, the profession, and architectural education. From the early days in the United States Peace Corps planning National Parks in Costa Rica to recent collaborations with City Governments, Carol has relentlessly advocated that excellent design is a right, not a privilege. At the forefront for equity in the architectural profession, Carol has long sought to move beyond her gender as a contributing factor or hindrance to success. But it's not enough just to blaze the trail, Carol continually teaches, mentors, and empowers young architects to contribute their ideas and designs to progress the profession.Ryan Gann, AIA, NOMA an Architect and Design Strategist; helps clients become better versions of themselves through design, culture, and prosperity. This work expands beyond architecture and often sits at the intersection of engagement and facilitation, elevating community-centered voices through the built environment. Ryan is the recipient of the AIA Associates Award, Schiff Foundation Fellowship from the Art Institute of Chicago, was the inaugural Architect-in-Residence at the Hyde Park Art Center, and recently co-curated an exhibition with Carol at the Chicago Architecture Center titled ReCovered: Chicago's Urban Tree Canopy."
Town Hall Seattle Arts & Culture Series
Every year, Town Hall selects exceptional local artists and scholars for paid residencies where they engage with Town Hall programs and collaborate with our programming team to develop original events for the community. For our Spring 2023 residency, we're lucky enough to have both a Scholar- and an Artist-in-Residence. This Scratch Night will showcase their work in progress. Scholar in Residence: Sally James Sally James is a writer whose curiosity about people has taken her from jails to hospitals to schools to research labs. Once a staff member of daily newspapers, she has been an independent writer on medicine and science for many years. Most recently, she's reported stories for the South Seattle Emerald, Parentmap, Seattle and Seattle Business magazines, and other outlets. She is the mother of three adult children and lives in Seattle with her husband and a noisy cat. She is a former president of the Northwest Science Writer's Association, a nonprofit supporting science communication. Focus while in Residence: In the words of Sally, “The Year 12 project is asking about a pivotal time in a young person's growth when what's swirling around us in news, music, or culture may leave a permanent imprint on our identities. Laura Kastner, Ph.D., a clinical professor of psychology at the University of Washington, will join James onstage to talk about the brain changes that happen around age 12. Kastner is the author of several books about adolescence and parenting. You can participate in Sally's Year 12 project here: Share your Year 12 Stories!
Aneesha is an investor at Susquehanna Growth Equity (SGE) focusing on data, enterprise software and has industry expertise across fintech and healthcare. Previously, Aneesha was a Venture Capital investor at Bessemer Venture Partners and a Private Equity investor at TA Associates. She also spent time as an Operator-in-Residence at Alleycorp, where she worked with Founders/CEOs on key operational growth initiatives. Aneesha graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business
This episode of our OGs and Young Guns Series features three incredibly driven and culturally-minded filmmakers: Sophie Constantinou, Sam Ball, and Osinachi Ibe. Sophie and Sam are two of the three Founders of Citizen Film, a non-profit documentary production company in SF. They create compelling documentary stories that bring communities together to engage with each other's cultures. Osinachi Ibe is an SF-based Nigerian-American Filmmaker who creates intimate, feminine portraits that meditate on the complexities of the spirit, heart, and the divine. She is the current Filmmaker in Residence at SF Film and manages the Mill Valley Film Festival's equity and inclusion program Mind the Gap. We felt very lucky to hear Sophie, Sam and Osinachi's inspiring stories. Listen in to get to know them more! Meet Sophie Constantinou, Sam Ball, and Osinachi Ibe! For more information about Citizen Film, please visit: https://citizenfilm.org/about For more information about Osinachi Ibe, please visit: https://www.osinachiibe.com/about
Leadership Purpose with Dr. Robin
Dr. Nancy Dome is the author of the book, Let's Talk About Race (And Other Hard Things): A Framework for Having Conversations that Build Bridges, Strengthen Relationships, and Set Clear Boundaries. She is also a renowned speaker and equity consultant Dr. Nancy Dome co-founded Epoch Education to provide leaders in education and business with accessible professional development in diversity, inclusion and belonging, and equity. As an educator for nearly three decades, Dr. Dome taught in the juvenile court and community schools teaching our most vulnerable students and has served as a Distinguished Teacher in Residence and faculty member at California State University San Marcos. Her transformative approach helps school districts and educational agencies throughout the country navigate complex topics, build bridges, and work together for inclusive, impactful change. In this episode we discussed: - how the protocol works, compassionate dialogue and the goals of it for moving forward in our society - the goal of having an impact and getting to see the effects of that impact - recognising beliefs and mindsets that don't serve us can be turned around - using imposter syndrome as a positive means for improving ourselves Connect with Nancy Dome: http://www.epocheducation.com Thank you for listening! Be sure to follow the show so you don't miss the next episode! You can connect with Dr. Robin on LinkedIn, Facebook or Instagram or contact me via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org Go to: https://www.createmasterfulcourses.com to get her free training on "How to Turn Your Book into a MASTERFUL Course" Also, you can learn more about Leadership Purpose and her books at: https://www.robinlowens.com/ Talk to you soon! Episode edited by Podcast Manager - LJS Creative Services https://www.ljscreativeservices.co.nz
In Series 3 of the Fiftyfaces Podcast we start to dig deep – into sustainability standards, fintech, what impact actually means, and bust myths around hybrid working, the great resignation and entrepreneurship. We ask whether we are using the right terminology - especially with respect to the vexed topic of ESG - and as whether private wealth is serving the diverse client base appropriately. We look at fintech advances as well as changes in privacy and what it will mean in terms of our personal choices. An executive search expert dissects the impact of the shift to hybrid working and the changes that she sees in the hiring landscape, while a policy expert shares what it is like to work with some of the luminaries of finance. The guests on Series 3 are: Robert Eccles who describes himself – in a nutshell – as a dedicated weightlifter, capital markets activist and professional committed to improving corporate reporting and enhancing ESG integration by companies and investors. Marah Curtin who describes herself as a “catalyst on a mission to promote the empowerment of women and the next generation, financially or otherwise”. Based in Dublin, Ireland, but originally from the US, she is a Director of Client Engagement at Davy, and has had a long career in financial planning. Monisha Varadan who works at Google focused on Privacy and Partnerships, and is a partners at Zephyr Ventures, an acquisition vehicle set up to invest in profitable, growth businesses. She is Director of the Start up Bootcamp and is Entrepreneur in Residence at INSEAD Duncan McInnes who is an Investment Director at Ruffer LLP, where he has spent over a decade. He previously worked in wealth management. Libby Cantrill who is a managing director in PIMCO's portfolio management group. In her role, she analyzes policy and political risk for the firm's Investment Committee and leads U.S. policymaker engagement and policy strategy for the firm. . Cathy Ulozas, who is Chief Investment Officer at Drexel University where she has just celebrated her 13th anniversary as CIO. She has had a long career in asset management, including stints as a bond trader and portfolio manager. Tory Hyndman who is a Partner at Charta Partners. She is passionate about educating women about careers in the City and is a volunteer for Founders4Schools as well as Maths4Girls as well as an Ambassador for The Diversity Project. Monika Mantilla who is the President and CEO of Altura Capital, which provides institutional investors and strategic partners a mechanism of investing in underserved markets including high-performing small and diverse businesses. Sonali Patel Wilson, who is Managing Director and Director of Alternatives, Americas at Wellington Management where she is based in the New York City area. David Semmens who is a Chief Investment Officer at Cadro and an External Investment Committee Member at Wealthify where he was previously CIO. He holds additional Investment Committee and advisory roles and is an adjunct lecturer at Heriot-Watt University. Bonus Episode: Isabella Mandis who is a freshman at Harvard College and the founder of “Girls who VC” an industry affinity group which offers resources, content and community to women interested in pursuing careers in or learning more about venture capital. Series 3 of the 2023 Fiftyfaces Podcast is supported by Eagle Point Credit Management, a specialist investment manager principally focused on income-oriented credit investments in niche and inefficient markets. Learn more about Eagle Point at http://eaglepointcredit.com/
The Times of Israel Daily Briefing
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Political correspondent Tal Schneider, military correspondent Emanuel Fabian and legal affairs reporter Jeremy Sharon join host Amanda Borschel-Dan on today's episode. The Palestinian Islamic Jihad terror group's Khader Adnan died in Israeli custody on Tuesday after an 86-day hunger strike. Fabian updates on what we know so far and weighs in on how concerned citizens should be at this point after Gaza terror groups have vowed reprisal. The Knesset's summer session opened this week. Schneider tells us about yesterday's stormy session and what the opposition is saying about the ongoing negotiations at the President's Residence. At a special Knesset plenum, Speaker of the US House of Representatives Kevin McCarthy pledged that the US would continue to fully fund Israel's security needs. Sharon fills in what else McCarthy said in his very polite and enthusiastic speech. Also yesterday at the Knesset, Likud lawmaker May Golan was confirmed as Minister for the Advancement of the Status of Women. Why was she ejected from the Knesset floor a few minutes later? Discussed articles include: Rockets fired, terror groups warn ‘price to be paid' as hunger-striking suspect dies Senior member of Islamic Jihad dies in Israeli prison after 86-day hunger strike Knesset summer session opens with slugging match over judicial overhaul Gantz: No progress in talks with government on judicial reform compromise McCarthy extols ties at Knesset, vows full support for Israeli security against Iran Likud's Golan made a minister, ejected from Knesset plenum during row minutes later Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: FILE: Protestors shout slogans during a demonstration in support of Palestinian Khader Adnan, a senior member of Islamic Jihad who is jailed in Israel without a trial, at the Al-Aqsa mosque in the old city of Jerusalem on June 5, 2015. (Sliman Khader/Flash90)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
There was a time not too long ago when every church had a church choir. Ordinary people knew how to sing parts and often tackled difficult pieces of music with wonderful results. At Wyoming Catholic College, the choir loft in our oratory and, during special masses such as our upcoming graduation mass, the choir loft at Holy Rosary Church here in Lander are crowded places. Our students love to sing. And this spring semester they have the added inspiration of a new choir director, our Composer in Residence, Paul Jernberg. Mr. Jernberg is also the founder and director of the Magnificat Institute of Sacred Music.
Arts Entrepreneurship Podcast: Making Art Work
This week on the podcast is part one of our interview with British composer and orchestrator, Dani Howard. She is a fast-rising star in classical music whose works have been performed by celebrated orchestras around the world. She was recently appointed Composer in Residence with the London Chamber Orchestra. Join us to hear what Dani has learned thus far in her multi-faceted entrepreneurial journey! Show Notes: https://www.artsentrepreneurshippodcast.com/episodes/220-dani-howard-composer-pt-1-of-2
HealthcareNOW Radio - Insights and Discussion on Healthcare, Healthcare Information Technology and More
Host Dr. Jay Anders talks to guests at HIMSS23 in Chicago. 1. Amy Gleason, Chief Product Officer at Russell Street Ventures, US Digital Service 2. William J. Hayes, MD, MBA, Chief Medical Officer, CPSI 3. Paula Braun, Entrepreneur in Residence at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen/
KPFA - Law & Disorder w/ Cat Brooks
The mission of law & disorder is to expose, agitate and build a new world where all of us can thrive. But how do we get there? How do we build a world many of us have only seen in our dreams? That's where we believe the artists come in. So, each week we feature an artist, holding down a weekly residency with us, helping us to imagine a different, more liberated world. This week's Resistance in Residence Artist is Stockton Poet Laureate Tama Brisbane. Follow Tama Brisbane on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cr8vlymaladjstd/ —- Subscribe to this podcast: https://plinkhq.com/i/1637968343?to=page Get in touch: email@example.com Follow us on socials @LawAndDis: https://twitter.com/LawAndDis; https://www.instagram.com/lawanddis/ The post Resistance in Residence Artist: Tama Brisbane appeared first on KPFA.
ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society
Guests: Sherron Burgess, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer at BCD Travel [@BCDTravel]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/sherronburgess/At RSAC | https://www.rsaconference.com/experts/sherron%20burgessLarry Whiteside Jr., Chief Information Security OfficerChief Information Security Officer at RegScale [@RegScale]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/larrywhitesidejr/On Twitter | https://twitter.com/LarryWhitesideAt RSAC | https://www.rsaconference.com/Experts/larry-whitesideJulian Waits, SVP & Executive in ResidenceSVP & Executive in Residence at Rapid7 [@rapid7]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/julianwaits/On Twitter | https://twitter.com/JulianWaits____________________________Host: MK Palmore, Host of The Leadership Student PodcastOn ITSPmagazine | https://www.itspmagazine.com/itspmagazine-podcast-radio-hosts/mk-palmore____________________________This Episode's SponsorsBlackCloak | https://itspm.ag/itspbcwebBrinqa | https://itspm.ag/brinqa-pmdpSandboxAQ | https://itspm.ag/sandboxaq-j2en____________________________Episode NotesA discussion with senior cybersecurity executives about the challenges of identifying and developing diverse talent and subsequently grooming them to become the cybersecurity leaders of the future. This panel will cover:There is limited diverse leadership at executive levels in cyberHelping young mid-career cybersecurity leaders with career pathingChallenges faced by diverse leaders in getting the roles where their skills and competencies can be highlighted____________________________For more RSAC Conference Coverage podcast and video episodes visit: https://www.itspmagazine.com/rsa-conference-usa-2023-rsac-san-francisco-usa-cybersecurity-event-coverageAre you interested in telling your story in connection with RSA Conference by sponsoring our coverage?
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Organs of Los Angeles #2 Start Name Artist Album Year Comments Tambourin Chinois Ramona Gerhard Sutton Request Time For Ramona [Dean Brown DBP-181] 3-34 Welte Hybrid, Joe Koons' Motor Cycle Showroom, Long Beach, CA 6:00 I'll Remember April Bill Thomson A Quiet Evening With The Mighty Wurlitzer [Pacifica P-2001] 1956 2-10 Wurlitzer, Armin H "Bud" Wittenberg, Jr. Residence, Beverly Hills, CA; ex-Manchester Theatre, Los Angeles, augmented with parts from the Lincoln Theatre, Los Angeles 9:48 Grace and Beauty Bill Coffman, Knocky Parker, Robbie Rhodes From Cakewalk to Ragtime to Ballroom [Solo Art SACD-81] 4-26 Wurlitzer, Old Town Music Hall, El Segundo, CA; plus piano; CD reissue 2014 14:01 Napoleon's Last Charge John Ledwon Me And My Wurlitzer [Alpha 7703] 1976 3-26 Wurlitzer, John Ledwon Residence, Agoura, CA: Started life as a 3-11 from the Lyceum, Deluth, MN with the console from the Paramount, Watertown, NY 18:48 The Man That Got Away Alex Jones ATOS 2018 Pasadena Highlights 2018 3-19 Wurlitzer, Barnum Hall, Santa Monica, CA 26:31 Ramblin' Rose Byron Melcher Pipe Power [Concert Recording CR-0099] 1972 4-27 Wurlitzer, Harvey Heck Residence, Tarzana, CA; based on 3-14 Wurlitzer, Egyptian Theatre, Hollywood 28:11 Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy Mark Herman Concert: Bandrika Studios 2020-12-14 (Holiday Pops - LATOS & LA AGO) 2020 3-19 Wurlitzer, Bandrika Studios, Tarzana, CA; Formerly Fox Studios 31:15 My One and Only Love Ken Rosen Theater Organ Idols: Reimagined [Vinyl Gold CD] 2017 2-11 Wurlitzer, Ken & Jenice Rosen Residence, Granada Hills, CA; ex-Pig 'n' Whistle Restaurant, Hollywood, CA; in the style of Buddy Cole 35:57 Let's Get Away From It All Jerry Nagano Concert: Lanterman Residence, La Cañada 1991-01 4-36 Wurlitzer, Lanterman Residence, La Cañada, CA, formerly Fox Theatre, San Francisco, CA, now El Capitan Theatre, Hollywood, CA 38:28 On The Trail John Seng Concert: Pasadena City College 1992-02-15 1992 3-23 Wurlitzer, Sexson Auditorium, City College, Padasena, CA 44:05 My Old Flame George Wright At The Movies [Essential ERS-01W] 1971 3-28 Wurlitzer, South Pasadena Studio; rec 1961 48:16 Blue Prelude Bill Thomson An Evening With Bill Thomson [Lift BT 1002] 1964 2-10 Wurlitzer, Rialto Theatre, South Pasadena, CA 52:59 At Dawning Tom Hazleton ATOS 2005 Los Angeles 2005 3-11 Wurlitzer, High School, South Pasadena, CA; 3 July 2005 56:20 Two Hearts In Three Quarter Time Tony Fenelon ATOS 2012 Los Angeles Highlights 2012 3-17 Wurlitzer, Civic Auditorium, San Gabriel, CA 59:32 Smoke Gets In Your Eyes Justin LaVoie ATOS 2018 Pasadena 2018 4-26 Wurlitzer, Vic Lopez Auditorium, High School, Whittier, CA; concert July 2, 2018 63:38 Second Hand Rose Jonas Nordwall ATOS 1987 Los Angeles 1987 5-28 Moller, Civic Auditorium, Pasadena, CA
Last week, a 12-year old Se'Cret Pierce living in Hartford was killed in a drive-by shooting. Gun violence is one of the leading causes of deaths in America, and the leading cause of death in children. According to the Kaiser Family Foundations, gun-related incidents are common among adults. Despite this, research around this issue remains limited and vastly underfunded. There is several areas of research when it comes to better understanding gun violence including mass shootings, suicide and intimate partner violence. Today, we talk about the intersection of gun violence and public health and the push to view gun violence as a public health issue. We'll hear from Dr. Jennifer Dineen. Associate Director of the Arms Center for Gun Injury Prevention at UConn. We'll also talk with Connecticut musician Jimmy Greene. He is the father of Sandy Hook victim Ana Grace Marquez-Greene. How has gun violence impacted your community? GUESTS: Andrew Woods: Chief Executive Officer of Hartford Communities That Care Dr. Jennifer Dineen: Associate Professor in Residence in the School of Public Policy and Associate Director of the Arms Center for Gun Injury Prevention at UConn Jimmy Greene: Professor of Music at Western Connecticut State University Where We Live is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode.Support the show: http://wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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⭐ My guest today is Dr. Murray Collins, Cofounder and CEO of Space Intelligence, a world-leading nature data provider for Nature Based Solutions, such as the protection of tropical forests to preserve biodiversity and help corporations like Apple reach their net zero goals. . In addition, Murray is the Science Director and Co-Founder of Picture Zero, a production company dedicated to quality content about climate change Former Chancellor's Fellow for Space and Satellites at The University of Edinburgh Former Environmental Scientist in Residence at The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland ---
Christine Smith is co-founder and co-owner of Frosted Lens Entertainment, an entertainment and informational content development company. Prior to her work at Frosted Lens, she held the position of Music & Sound Director/Composer-in-Residence for RPR Studios for 10 years. Her work has been heard in award-winning films, commercials, and promotional videos. She is currently the host and editor of the podcast "Musicians vs the World" where she explores the many aspects of Musician life. A classically trained pianist, Christine studied with concert pianists Adelina Krivoshena and Asya Markova in her youth. She continued her studies in Piano Performance at Brigham Young University studying with Dr. Jeffrey Shumway and Dr. Scott Holden. Since then Christine has enjoyed performing in solo recitals and in collaboration with various musicians, bands, and ensembles across the country. Though her first love is classical music, she has had the pleasure of working and learning from great musicians of all genres. She has performed as soloist, collaborator, and conductor. And because she loves teaching almost as much as she loves performing, she coaches a few favorite piano students in her home-town studio. What I loved about this interview was Christine's openness to sharing all of the vulnerable details of her story, her pivot from full-time performing due to a chronic illness, AND the effortless-seeming way she used her strengths and her skills to step into a whole new way of working. What I also really noticed was the idea that you can only do what you can do! Even if you aren't battling a chronic illness, you only get so many spoons per day, and maybe the key to a fulfilling life in music is to look for the intersection of what you are great at, what people will pay you for, AND what you can sustainably do in a day, a week, a month. It's worth being conscious of your energy, not just because you can break yourself with overwork - I'm looking at you, 29 year old Jennet - but also because you can do your BEST work when you are taking the BEST care of yourself. Quality over quantity, because YOUR ARTISTRY MATTERS. I know you will love this interview with Christine Smith of Musicians vs the World and Frosted Lens Entertainment! Follow Christine and Musicians Vs the World at her website, instagram, facebook, and Twitter. Thanks for joining me on Crushing Classical! Theme music and audio editing by DreamVance. You can join my email list HERE, so you never miss an episode! Or you could hop on a short call with me to brainstorm your next plan. I'm your host, Jennet Ingle. I love you all. Stay safe out there!
Hank Unplugged: Essential Christian Conversations
Hank Hanegraaff, the host of the Bible Answer Man broadcast and the Hank Unplugged podcast, is joined by Nathan Jacobs and Metropolitan K.P. Yohannan for the fourth in a series of wide-ranging roundtable discussions. A professor, artist, author, philosopher, and filmmaker—Nathan Jacobs is Scholar in Residence of Philosophy and Religion in the Religion in the Arts in Contemporary Culture Program based in Vanderbilt University Divinity School. Metropolitan K.P. Yohannan is the author of dozens of books and the founder/president of GFA World—formerly Gospel for Asia—one of the largest outreach organizations in the world that focuses primarily on the 10-40 window in India and Asia. Metropolitan Yohannan is also the head of Believers Eastern Church.In this episode, they discuss such topics as: what true worship looks like, experiencing synergy with God, the authority of the Bible, Church Tradition and more.For further information see Hank's most recent book Truth Matters, Life Matters More, Nathan's Jacobs Becoming Truly Human 2-disc set: 1 DVD and 1 Blu-Ray, and Metropolitan Yohannan books, Never Give Up and Revolutions in World Missions. Topics discussed include: What does true worship look like? (3:05); what does it mean to become co-workers and experience synergy with God? (6:15); understanding the false dichotomy between faith and works (11:30); is the Bible the only source of authority for Christians? (28:00); understanding the practice of Church Traditions that have been handed down to us that precede the written Bible (39:15); should the Church change over time? (46:00).Listen to Hank's podcast and follow Hank off the grid where he is joined by some of the brightest minds discussing topics you care about. Get equipped to be a cultural change agent.Archived episodes are on our Website and available at the additional channels listed below.You can help spread the word about Hank Unplugged by giving us a rating and review from the other channels we are listed on.
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What We Talk About When We Talk About The Flood was published as part of the short story collection After the Flood, which was released by CCLaP in 2014. The collection represents Part Three of the linked short story collection UPSTATE re-released in 2020 by Tortoise Books (and originally released under the title The New York Stories by CCLaP in 2015). What We Talk About When We Talk About The Flood is read by Christian Winn (BIO below). INTRO/OUTRO music is Drinking of Me and was generously provided by Monkey Wrench. READER BIOChristian Winn is a fiction writer, poet, teacher of creative writing, and literary event producer living and working in Boise, Idaho. He is the author of the story collections NAKED ME and What's Wrong With You is What's Wrong With Me, and has two novel manuscripts and a collection ready to roll out into the world in 2023. He is the cofounder and Director of Storyfort and Story Forward and served as the State of Idaho's Writer in Residence from 2016 - 2019. His work has appeared in McSweeney's, Ploughshares, The Chicago Tribune's Printers Row Journal, Glimmer Train, Joyland, and elsewhere. Find out more about things Christian Winn at christainwinn.com. https://www.tanzerben.com/blog/upstate-the-podcast
The d20 Syndicate: A D&D Podcast
In today's episode: Propelled by the unseen forces of destiny, our heroes take audience with Vandalash — enigmatic chicken mage and master of runes — and are tasked with a curious quest. The d20 Syndicate is an actual play D&D 5E Podcast, where five childhood friends go on adventures so you don't have to! Into the Yonder Void sees a new cast of characters set a course into the great blue unknown — with more seafaring, surprises, and nautical puns than you can shake your landlubbin' dice at! Use our Syndicode — D20Syndicate — at Kraken Dice to get 15% OFF your entire order! https://www.krakendice.com/ (must have an active account at Kraken Dice to claim discount) SUPPORT US ON PATREON: www.patreon.com/d20_syndicate JOIN US ON DISCORD: https://discord.gg/dp8Q8wmk CHECK OUT OUR D&D THEMED MERCHANDISE: http://tee.pub/lic/q173rw1xTBE — SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS! — Andrew K Blix BraeBae666 Porfo Wingless — SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS! — Em Dboe LucasThePurple — OUR CAST — Nezrah Kaziel (Billy) - Dragonborn Wizard/Warlock Ophelia Rai Midori (Lindsey) - Elf Warlock/Sorcerer Kanak Anga (Michaela) - Halfling Druid Gildebrand Molani (Tomas) - Hexblood Ranger/Rogue Seth McDuffee — Dungeon Master — JOIN THE D20 SYNDICATE — Website Instagram Twitter Facebook YouTube Email The d20 Syndicate Main Theme courtesy of The d20 Syndicate. Background Music courtesy of Adrian Von Ziegler. ©2018–2023 by The d20 Syndicate
In this unique episode of our OGs & Young Guns series, we invited renowned poets Nia McAllister and Tureeda Mikell to interview EACH OTHER about their experiences as literary artists! The two met at the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD), a contemporary art museum that celebrates Black culture through a global lens. Nia is the Senior Public Programs Manager at MoAD, and Tureeda recently completed her residency with the museum's exceptional Poet-in-Residence program. Nia is also a writer and environmental justice advocate working at the intersection of art, activism, and public engagement. Tureeda is a Griot Story Medicine Woman, activist, Qi Gong Energy Therapist, and lyricist; she is the author of "Synchronicity: The Oracle of Sun Medicine." These women are both amazingly intelligent and thoughtful, and we were thrilled to listen to their compelling stories and dialogue as flies on the wall. Meet Nia McAllister and Tureeda Mikell! For more information about Nia, please visit: https://www.niamcallister.com/ For more information about Tureeda, please visit: https://dpwc2020.com/mikell/
Dan is joined by Charlie Cheng, Managing Director of Polyhedron. Prior to that, Charlie was the CEO of Kilopass Technology, where he grew the core memory business into a successful acquisition by Synopsys. Before that, Charlie was an Entrepreneur in Residence at US Venture Partners and a Corporate VP at Faraday Technology, a Taiwanese… Read More
David Boothman, one of 6 siblings, is a celebrated composer, artist, musician, and educator, currently serves as Master Artist in Residence at the University of Trinidad & Tobago (UTT), and the chairman of Caribbean Renaissance Foundation, founded 8/2012 - which is a fusion of creative entities plowing the ground for a cultural revitalization and the re-invention of the Caribbean identity; an innovative strategic engine creating the platform for a proactive and inter- active transformation of culture, education and tourism; shaping the future of an integrated Caribbean by preserving its heritage, through the advancement of the arts, science, education, culture and tourism; and highlighting the war heroes who brought pride to and beyond to its shores - has been involved in the arts for over 45 years. "Booty/Ze Boots" comes from a family of artists and musicians. His uncles, Boscoe and Geoffrey Holder, are two of the best known artists from the Caribbean.Two of his brothers, Michael and Roger are also awarded artists and musicians. David attended Queen's Royal College in Trinidad and won a scholarship to Pratt Institute, New York, to study Art and became an honor graduate of the institute. In addition to being a top artist, David is also an accomplished Jazz pianist and composer. He moved to the United States in 1996 where he managed several bands. With his older brother, Michael, keyboardist David Boothman, would begin their experiments in that new fusion of African music, Shango rhythms, jazz, calypso, even flirting with the musical seeds of what would become soca in a few years, with David composing and original called “So Dey Say'' which won Best Arrangement and Best Original Composition. The band “Family Tree'' consisting of the Boothman brothers which later included the steelpan prodigy teenager, Len “Boogsie” Sharp and other wonderful artists, toured with Derek Walcott's Trinidad Theatre Workshop including Andre Tanker, the great Trinidadian flutist of the time, as well as international Jazz and Caribbean music festivals. David is the founder of CAJE Caribbean Art Jazz Ensemble and Founder/Director of the Caribbean Arts Central and Transcendental Caribbean. As a composer, artist, musician and educator, he has received numerous awards for arts in education and multi-media arts production in Trinidad and the US. In 1980, he was awarded a government scholarship through the Prime Minister's Best Village. Boothman has written and produced soundtracks for documentaries, composed jingles and has performed and recorded with Caribbean-performing leading artists. His paintings have been exhibited at the Smithsonian Anacostia Museum, OAS, the National Museum in Dallas, Texas, as well international corporate buildings in Europe and Latin America. His works have been published in several publications, including the Musical America International Directory of Performing Art annually and the International Review of African American Art. "As a colorist, I am moved by color relationships, the subtleties of texture, nuances of line and shape, creating forms from abstract to figurative, from impressionism to cubism, from expression to quasi-realism." As a musician, he is compelled to explore the relationship of color and sound from a mystical sense. Check out his Caribbean Renaissance Foundation at: https://www.caribbean-renaissance.org/about/ Follow him @boothmandavid Check him out at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzB11HHjFs4 AND link up with him at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-boothman-b1372a22/
In this episode, we deep dive into the process of Venture Capital - how does it actually all work? - and what the future of VC holds. The end of our 2 part episode on the Evolution of Venture Capital. Navigation: Intro (01:33) Section 1: The Process of VC (01:59) Section 2: Stats on VC (19:03) Section 3: The Future of VC (27:31) Conclusion (38:40) Our co-hosts: Bertrand Schmitt, Entrepreneur in Residence at Red River West, co-founder of App Annie / Data.ai, business angel, advisor to startups and VC funds, @bschmitt Nuno Goncalves Pedro, Investor, Managing Partner, Founder at Chamaeleon, @ngpedro Our show: Tech DECIPHERED brings you the Entrepreneur and Investor views on Big Tech, VC and Start-up news, opinion pieces and research. We decipher their meaning, and add inside knowledge and context. Being nerds, we also discuss the latest gadgets and pop culture news Subscribe To Our Podcast Intro (01:34) Bertrand Welcome to Tech DECIPHERED episode 42. After our first episode, episode 41, sharing the history of venture capital as well as the business of VC, and we are starting episode 42 with the process of VC, as well as some statistics around VC and we will finish with the future of venture capital. Nuno, good to see you again. Section 1: The Process of VC - (01:59) Nuno Nice to see you, and let's start with the process of venture capital. At its essence, the process of venture capital is we're funnel managers. We're not just fund managers, we're funnel managers. We manage a funnel. It's about how healthy that funnel is that a fund can return a lot of capital or not. Nuno So it's all about really two extreme positions in the funnel, the beginning of the end being deal sourcing, the quality of the deals you see in the market and the market is essentially—we'll come back to that later—has been very inbound driven. It's about people that come to you. That's why you needed to create a brand, people need to know that you existed, et cetera. I suggest that's about to change and that's we'll talk about in the future of venture capital. Nuno But it's about the quality of the deal flow that you have, your proprietary networks, your access to key entrepreneurs that bring you other entrepreneurs, your access to scouts, your access to the market and the quality of those deals. Nuno And then at the other extreme is selling the asset at the right time. And really normally you sell an asset either because the company is bought by someone else, or the company IPOs, and at some point you can sell it as public equity or the company fails miserably. Nuno I think in the last few years it's very obvious there is maybe a fourth mechanism for you to exit, which is secondary. Someone wants to buy your participation in that company and you can sell it to that other entity, be it an investor, be it a company, be it someone else. But maybe minority sale or selling just your stock rather than anything else. Nuno Also important to highlight in the business of venture capital, venture capital firms are minority shareholders. They're not majority shareholders, they're minority shareholders. They're just protected by special provisions because when they buy into the company, they buy into preferred shares. Their shares are paid higher than they should be, but then they get special rights. And then if that VC gets someone on the board, the board member also gets special rights in terms of approval, minority protections, et cetera. Nuno So it's not that VCs are dumbasses or stupid and they only want to have minority protection, no, we don't run your businesses, we don't want to own it. But we do want to have protections on your businesses to make sure that we are well represented, either because we're on the board or because we're a lead investor or we're a significant investor in the company. Nuno Two pieces of the funnel are top-end deal sourcing, top of funnel, bottom end of the funnel, end of the funnel,
Tonight, we bring you the morbid side of Maryland! First, Lauren tells us about the poetically tragic life of Edgar Allan Poe and the old haunts where his spirit frequents. Then, gather around Kenzie's soapbox as she tells of the rampage of Joe “Joby” Palczynski. This one will really get your heart rate going!-Domestic Abuse Hotline: 800-799-7233Text START to 88788--Follow us on Social Media and find out how to support A Scary State by clicking on our Link Tree: https://instabio.cc/4050223uxWQAl--Have a scary tale or listener story of your own? Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org! We can't wait to read it!--Thinking of starting a podcast? Thinking about using Buzzsprout for that? Well use our link to let Buzzsprout know we sent you and get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan!https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1722892--Works cited!https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dkbhgrpfkd1Gfofa5j5jF288ingC22hvB0DdYDnZlIA/edit?usp=sharing --Intro and outro music thanks to Kevin MacLeod. You can visit his site here: http://incompetech.com/. Which is where we found our music!
How much do founders know about Sales and Marketing? How much should they? Dave Kellogg is Executive in Residence at Balderton Capital. He also comes with 10 years of experience both as a CEO and a CMO. In other words, he has a lot to say about sales and marketing. Dave recently wrote “The Founder's Guide to B2B Sales”, and we invited him on the podcast to hear his thoughts on how founders should kickstart selling and what they can do to ensure a strong alignment between Marketing and Sales. In the first part of our chat, Dave tells us about the importance of understanding the basics of sales. > CMO vs. CEO: What's best? > What do founders need to know about selling? > How can a founder become a good “Chief Salesperson”? > The impact of technology in the sales landscape. Happy listening!
Monisha Varadan works at Google focused on Privacy and Partnerships, and is a partner at Zephyr Ventures, an acquisition vehicle set up to invest in profitable, growth businesses. She is Director of the Start up Bootcamp and is Entrepreneur in Residence at INSEAD, my own alma mater, where she also completed her MBA. Our conversation starts with her upbringing in India - where she spent her childhood between Mumbai and Bangalore, and her early introduction to the media business through her family's focus. We trace her path to the UK where she studied media and ultimately built a career in financial journalism. Many of the traits used in journalism and media are useful in business, from the art of communication to negotiation to the development of instincts and judgement and we discuss how all of this relates to a career in business and can also be relevant to start-up life.We move then to her path to Singapore and an MBA at INSEAD and the start of Zephyr Ventures alongside a career in privacy at Google. We discuss then the trends in privacy regulation and how the time for the consumer to make more conscious choices about their own privacy and how their data is used is coming.Monisha is now based in Fontainebleau in France near the INSEAD campus and we discuss what it means to be Entrepreneur in Residence and the type of content that is shared at the regular Start-Up Bootcamps. We bust some myths around start-up life, including the abundant freedom and independence that are assumed to go along with that. We ask if the experience is different for female entrepreneurs, why this might be and what interventions and supports can alleviate it. In the personal reflection section we discuss some of the challenges of balancing maternity leave and raising a young family with the demands of today's professional roles and also revisit the Linked In post that drew me to Monisha. That post, a deeply personal and vulnerable one describing her experienced with alopecia, near total hair loss that followed her pregnancies, received widespread attention and support and was a reminder of the universality of certain conditions and the acceptance of deeper vulnerability today.You can see Monisha's articles here: https://hbr.org/2020/01/how-the-vc-pitch-process-is-failing-female-entrepreneurs and https://knowledge.insead.edu/economics-finance/getting-rid-gender-bias-venture-capital Series 3 of the 2023 Fiftyfaces Podcast is supported by Eagle Point Credit Management. Eagle Point Credit Management is a specialist investment manager principally focused on income-oriented credit investments in niche and inefficient markets. Founded by Thomas Majewski in partnership with Stone Point Capital in 2012, Eagle Point currently manages over $7.8 billion in AUM. Investment strategies pursued by the firm include collateralized loan obligations (“CLOs”), portfolio debt securities, and other opportunities across the credit universe. Currently, we believe that Eagle Point is the largest investor in CLO equity in the world and one of the largest non-bank lenders focused on providing financing solutions to credit funds. Learn more about Eagle Point at http://eaglepointcredit.com/
The Wabash Center's Dialogue On Teaching
Rev. Dr. Stephen G. Ray is the Crump Visiting Professor and Black Religious Scholars Group Scholar-in-Residence at the Seminary of the Southwest. Dr. Ray discusses longing, as a child, to do anything in the future that allowed him to read books, being an only child with the encyclopedia for a friend, and rebounding from an initial undergrad attempt where he had a .75 GPA. Ray also touches on miseducation and the loss of historical knowledge in students, his ability to educate, challenge, and inspire with media and narrative, and the importance of being about your projects--not your institutional job.
Luke Burgis is an author , creative thinker and entrepreneur. He has founded and led multiple companies. He's currently Entrepreneur-in-Residence and Director of Programs at the Ciocca Center for Principled Entrepreneurship at the Catholic University of America, where he also teaches business and develops new education initiatives. He's the founder and director of Fourth Wall Ventures, an incubator for people and companies that contribute to the formation of a healthy human ecology. He graduated from NYU Stern School of Business and later from a pontifical university in Rome, where he studied theology.In this episode, Luke talks with host Stephen Roach about the memetic nature of desire and how cultural influences shape the things we yearn for. Purchase Luke's BookJoin The Makers & Mystics Creative CollectiveSupport The Podcast
Join Robin D.G. Kelley for the Freedom Dreams discussion series. The sixth discussion features actor and filmmaker Danielle Deadwyler. Freedom Dreams is a classic in the study of the Black radical tradition that has just been released in a new 20th anniversary edition. In this live event series, Robin D. G. Kelley will explore the connections between radical imagination and movements for social transformation with pathbreaking artists and scholars. Speakers: Danielle Deadwyler is an American born multidisciplinary performance artist, filmmaker, and actor. She starred as Mamie Till Bradley in the MGM/Orion Pictures feature TILL for visionary director Chinonye Chukwu. She has starred in Netflix's limited series FROM SCRATCH as well the acclaimed Netflix feature THE HARDER THEY FALL for director Jeymes Samuel and producer Jay Z. Other prominent work includes Station Eleven, Watchmen, ATLANTA, and the indie international film THE DEVIL TO PAY. Deadwyler's own award winning experimental film work has been presented at the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport; Atlanta Film Festival; New Orleans Film Festival; Cucalorus Film Festival; and Oxford Film Fest. She has exhibited wi