Sometimes just going to college because you were told to or because everyone else is, or because it's what you just do, isn't enough. Applying and getting into a college is a completely different thing from completing a degree and finding your own success in that career path. Dr. Sarah Parlier, Director of Student Development at Trails Momentum, had a very concrete idea on what her academic and career journey would look like as a teacher. While a lot of it looked like her plan, a lot of it didn't as well. After years of working as a teacher, Sarah was introduced to the world of wilderness therapy and has been engulfed in it ever since. In this interview you will be sure to hear how passionate she is about the work she does at Trails Momentum, a co-educational, young adult therapeutic adventure program.On this episode of Success is Subjective, Sarah joins Joanna to share her career journey as a teacher and how that shifted for her into something she never imagined. Now Sarah gets to incorporate all of her passions in the work she does with young adults and their families. Listen in for Sarah's insight regarding college and how oftentimes a shift in your original plans can turn into something better than you would've imagined.What You Will LearnCollege not being an option and something you just do Deciding to pursue being a teacher because it was a family traditionSarah's positive experience at a private collegeWhere Sarah has worked as a teacher and the experience she's gained Sarah's time in grad school while having a familyWhen Sarah got introduced to wilderness therapy and decided to make a shift in her career How Sarah has found a career where she can incorporate all of her passionsWhat all Trails Momentum provides for a young adultSarah's advice to parents navigating changes in their young adult's pathConnect with Dr. Sarah ParlierTrails Momentum Young Adults Wilderness Therapy ProgramSarah Parlier at Trails MomentumEmail: email@example.com Connect with Joanna Lilley Lilley ConsultingLilley Consulting on Instagram Lilley Consulting on Facebook Success is Subjective on Apple PodcastSuccess is Subjective on Google PodcastSuccess is Subjective on iHeart RadioSuccess is Subjective on SpotifySuccess is Subjective on StitcherSuccess is Subjective on AmazonSuccess is Subjective on Tune in RadioSponsored by: College Parent Survival Network
In today's episode Sarajane has a conversation with Abigal Rodriquez - Abbi is a Certified Enneagram Practitioner. Her work centers on partnering with people as they try to make sense of their lives and inviting them to take on a posture of curiosity about themselves & others. She teaches virtual workshop series, facilitates individual coaching sessions, & teaches private small group series. She is an IEA Accredited Enneagram Professional, has a Masters in Student Development, and was certified through The Narrative Enneagram under the work of Helen Palmer & the core faculty there at TNE. Abbi resides in Nashville, TN with her husband of 10 years & two preschool kiddos. Connect with Abbi here: www.abbirodriguez.com IG: @enneagramspace https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/story-8-on-bulldozing-tender-words-celebrating-strength/id1496280472?i=1000509111915 https://www.buzzsprout.com/1340509/6760879-the-enneagram-game Go to flex.com/egram and use code EGRAM for 20% off Flex Disc Starter Kits —or 10% off your first Flex Cup—PLUS free U.S. shipping! Call/text your enneagram questions to (828) 338-9127 Grab a copy of my book at http://www.thehonestenneagram.com Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In addition to the physical toll of childbirth, there can be mental health challenges as well. Today's guest, an expert in postpartum mental health, is here to talk about how to recognize it and address it. Preparing for the postpartum period requires: Having clearly defined household and caregiving roles with your partner Understanding the state of your mental health Recognizing where you need help and asking for it Investigating your overall hormonal health About Shannon Wilson Shannon is licensed by the State of Iowa as a Mental Health Counselor and holds Certification in Perinatal Mental Health. She has a Bachelor's degree in Social Work and earned her Master's Degree in Counseling, Rehabilitation, and Student Development in 2010 from the University of Iowa. Shannon has extensive experience treating adults, both individuals and couples with a special interest and expertise in reproductive and maternal mental health. She enjoys working with pregnant women and mothers who may be experiencing difficulties with role changes and identity shifts as a result of pregnancy and motherhood, as well as mothers who are experiencing postpartum depression or anxiety. Shannon remains committed to ongoing learning and professional growth and has continued her education with a variety of trainings including the 12-hour post-graduate Postpartum Depression training at The Postpartum Stress Center as well as with the completion of the Postpartum Support International Maternal Mental Health certificate training. She is the first person in the state to become certified in Perinatal Mental Health. Shannon also completed "Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety-Related Disorders" training at the Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy in Pennsylvania. Shannon's other professional interests include, but are not limited to the treatment of anxiety disorders, self-esteem, women's issues, codependency, and couples issues. She helped to found and formerly chaired the Iowa Chapter of Postpartum Support International. Shannon is available for public speaking about a variety of mental health issues. She is currently a member of the American Mental Health Counselors Association, Iowa Mental Health Counselors Association, Postpartum Support International, and Postpartum Support International Iowa Chapter. Recognizing Postpartum Conditions Post-partum depression is a large part of perinatal mental health. However, there's a lot more to it. Shannon discusses how anxiety, traumatic stress, and so many other conditions are common after the birth of a child. She explains the need for adequate mental health services for women with these conditions as well as those who've experienced fertility issues, pregnancy and infancy loss, and traumatic birth experiences. In fact, most women experience a significant hormonal shift for the first few weeks after childbirth. Known as the “baby blues”, these mood-affecting hormonal fluctuations are perfectly normal. Things only become a problem when postpartum issues begin to impact the quality of life. Shannon isn't so concerned about the nature of intrusive thoughts that occur after childbirth. Instead, she focuses on reducing levels of distress. Preparing for Postpartum Difficulties Perhaps the best way to handle the difficult postpartum period is to be prepared for it. Shannon discusses how she sets women up for success well before birth. Open discussions with your partner are key. Part of this is being clear on caregiving roles and responsibilities and being open about mental health concerns. Most of all, Shannon wants us to recognize that we don't have to do it all and to ask for help when we need it. We also talk about how to react during stressful situations that are out of our control. You can do things on a daily basis to prevent stress. You can also prepare ahead of time to manage stress when it occurs. Shannon shares how setting healthy boundaries and expectations will help limit or prevent stress. How can you set boundaries to manage stress before the postpartum period begins? Leave a comment on the episode page! Call the Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic today and schedule your first appointment at 319-363-0033. Quotes “Traumatic birth is one of the risk factors for dealing with postpartum mood or anxiety disorder. So being able to process that experience, work through it, and heal from it is super important.” [4:40] “The content of the thought and how graphic it is, does not concern me. That has no clinical value to me. What I'm most concerned about is their level of distress associated with it.” [11:05] “If you are struggling, the sooner [you're evaluated] the better because what we know is that earlier intervention will help you feel better faster.” [21:39] “Keep expectations low. Don't put so much on your plate because it's so important to have some downtime to restore.” [25:55] In This Episode What perinatal mental health is and why it's important [3:35] Typical postpartum expectations and the “baby blues” [5:25] Signs that you may be experiencing postpartum OCD and how to address it [8:40] How to prepare for the postpartum period [11:45] The hormonal shifts that occur during and after pregnancy [15:50] Tips for managing stress [24:10] Links & Resources Use Code OMEGA3 for 10% off Omega3 Supplements Find Shannon Wilson online Follow Shannon on Facebook | Instagram The Postpartum Stress Center Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes Episode 22: My Top Anxiety Tips
This episode features three leaders from the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA). Our guests are Kayla Loper, Zachary Clark, and Amber Shaverdi Huston.Kayla is Manager of Arts, Culture, & Entertainment at Oklahoma State University. At the time of this recording, Zachary was Director of Student Activities & Assessment at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Amber is Executive Director of the National Association for Campus Activities. Kayla, Zachary, and Amber discuss the important role campus activities play in student development on college and university campuses. This season of Leading Improvements in Higher Education is sponsored by Watermark, the largest global provider of educational intelligence software solutions for higher education. Watermark offers integrated digital tools that support assessment and accreditation, faculty activity reporting, course evaluation and surveys, and catalog and curriculum management. Learn more at watermarkinsights.com. Episode recorded: June 2021. Host: Stephen Hundley. Producers: Chad Beckner, Caleb Keith, and Shirley Yorger. Original music: Caleb Keith. This podcast is a service of the Assessment Institute in Indianapolis; learn more at assessmentinstitute.iupui.edu.
One common theme rings true across the college and university strategic plans abound, "to provide a transformational student experience." Suppose we put the student at the institution's heart and consider the university a business with students as its, "customers." The student experience should be a top priority for higher education leadership without question. And in this time of limited college experience, with declining enrollment, now is the time to connect with students on their terms. One way many institutions are bridging this gap is through the use of campus mobile apps. In this podcast, “Closing the Great Digital Divide Between Students and the University.” Eric Hines, President, North America, at Ex Libris, leads a roundtable discussion with three institutional leaders: Mark Doughtery, Dean of Student Development at Tri-County Technical College in Pendleton, South Carolina, his colleague, Luke VanWingerden, CIO at Tri-County Technical College, and Sasi Pillay, Vice-President and CIO at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington. Together they provide key insights on how campus mobile apps provide opportunities for interdepartmental collaboration and help bridge the digital divide between campus leaders and students.
For more than two decades, Robin Reigi Inc has built long-lasting relationships with material manufacturers from all over the world. Robin and partner Jennifer Daly have an established reputation for in-depth product knowledge and delivering superior service to architects and designers. Ranging from specification guidance and continuing education programs to personalized assistance on material selections, Robin Reigi is a trusted resource to designers nationwide. Robin has been an educator specializing in materials since 2012. She's currently Co VP of Student Development for IIDA NY overseeing committees whose services range from helping inner-city kids access design to supporting recent grads seeking employment opportunities. Robin holds adjunct faculty positions at several design schools such as FIT and SVA. She will be teaching her first remote course at NYSID in the fall of 2020.
What would you think about newcomers who moved to the Quad Cities, rolled up their sleeves and got all the way into the hard work of advocating for and educating us, devoting themselves to our economic development and the care of our most vulnerable? How about, "Welcome!" and "Thank you!!" Guest Bios: Our guests this episode grace the April/May cover of Prescott Woman Magazine and have called Prescott Valley home for the last 4 years. Lesley Jenkins is the regional director for the Alzheimer’s Association Southwest Chapter, which is based here in Prescott. Her husband, Rodney Jenkins is the Vice President of Community Relations and Student Development at Yavapai College. In their long careers of service, Lesley has worked in media relations and a host of nonprofits and Rodney has been a successful political organizer and municipal official. The thread throughout their career seems to be about weaving people together with the resources they need to live their best lives. Stay tuned for a lot of laughter, a bit of courtship timeline debate, community compassion, and inspiration as we talk with these two accomplished, passionate leaders about their work to make things better for all of us here in the Prescott area. This is the Prescott Woman Podcast, an audio supplement of Prescott Woman Magazine and we’re your hosts Kelly Roberge and Charles Matheus. Alright - let’s get local! SHOW NOTES: 10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer's Alzheirmer's Association Desert Southwest Chapter Latest News from Yavapai College --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/prescottwomanpodcast/support
EP 112: Epsilon Omega Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc®. ft Dr Tonja L. Ringgold Contributors this week: Garry O'Neal See.Plan.Do.Show & Life Coach, Natasha Axelrod Lawyer, Legal Expert, Nick Burr CEO M.P.O, Comedian Ivan Martin Dr. Tonja L. Ringgold is an experienced senior higher education administrator. She brings a wealth of skills and accomplishments which span over 26 years in higher education. During her tenure, she has served as Vice President for Academic Affairs, Vice President for Student Affairs, Assistant Secretary for Higher Education at the Maryland Higher Education Commission (MEHC), Campus Dean, Department Chair, Dean of Student Development, Honors Program Director, and Professor ofPsychology. Shealsoservedaspart-timefacultyinMorganStateUniversity’s Community College Leadership Doctoral Program. Within Alpha Kappa Alpha, Dr. Ringgold was initiated on November 15, 1982 at Morgan State University in the Alpha Delta Chapter. She is proud to share that her Golden Gem Mother, was also initiated into Alpha Delta in 1959, as well as her daughter in 2011. Dr. Ringgold is a 39-year Silver Star and Life member. Dr. Ringgold currently serves as the North Atlantic Regional Representative to the International Program Committee, the North Atlantic Region Program Chair, and immediate past President of the Award-Winning Centennial Epsilon Omega Chapter and immediate past President of Ivy & Pearls for Excellence, Inc. Dr. Ringgold holds five academic degrees which include a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, a Master of Science in Applied Psychology; a Master of Science in Management, a MBA; and a Doctorate in Education with an emphasis on Social Policy Analysis and Education Administration. Dr. Ringgold has been recognized numerous times in the community for her volunteerism, and mentorship. Most recently, she has been a recipient of the Daily Record’s Maryland’s Top 100 Women three times which now places her in the prestigious “Circle of Excellence.” The Daily Record also recognized Dr. Ringgold as an “Innovator of the Year” in the education category. The Coalition of 100 Black Women has also recognized Soror Tonja Excellence in Educational Leadership as well as the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Club (Baltimore Chapter). This past March 6, 2021, Dr. Ringgold was awarded the coveted, President of the Year Award for Large Chapters during the sorority 2021 North Atlantic Regional Conference. She obtained a perfect score in her rating. Dr. Ringgold is a servant leader and is proud and humbled to have the opportunity to serve others through Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® Website: http://www.epsilonomega.org FB: https://www.facebook.com/AKAEpsilonOmega1921/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/akaepsilonomega/?hl=en www.nopixafterdark.com Sponsors: Zeke's Coffee www.zekescoffee.com Indu Wellness www.induwellness.com Maggies Farm www.maggiesfarm.com FoundStudio Shop www.foundstudioshop.com Charm Craft City Mafia www.charmcitycraftmafia.com Siena Leigh https://www.sienaleigh.com Fishnet. www.eatfishnet.com
Dr. Shai Butler is the CEO, Chief Encouragement Officer, writer, blogger, and speaker who is engaged in purpose positioning that helps audiences learn themselves, love themselves, and be themselves, unapologetically. She also works in higher education and diversity as the Vice President for Student Development at the College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY. Dr. Shai will be releasing her inspirational memoir in 2021, with an accompanying women's guide on living beneath the surface of life. Register on her website and you will be emailed about the release date. What We Talked About: - Growing up with the new era of hip-hop - Not fitting in any environment - Encourangement in your truest form - Family support during the roughest of times - The difference between a mentor + a sponsor - Who's your biggest champion? - "They'll never hire you if you don't apply" - Men advancing women - Love is a decision, not an emotion. - When everything you do in life is a decision - Living unapologetically - Being a closet people pleasure - Feeling free when you create boundaries - Having a purpose vs. purposes Resources: www.drshaibutler.com Dr. Shai's Social Media: Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram @drshaib, Twitter --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lionsonleashes/message
Please welcome Scott to the podcast (and you'll be hearing from him a lot more in the near future) where we talk change, competition, career, and Covid. As an Associate of COL, Scott keeps us moving because he is consistently putting together the next idea or connection in the research, but I can guarantee it comes with a sports metaphor. This is an episode where you get to know him and his philosophy...cheers! __ Scott is a leadership and development coach and strategist for teams and individuals looking to improve their work and their relationship to it. Scott holds his B.A. in Sports Psychology and his M.S. in College Counseling in Student Development. He is passionate about you not only finding your calling but working effectively and strategically once you are there. With experience in athletics and higher education, Scott is skilled at leading and developing teams and structuring out programs that are cohesive and strategic. He also coaches baseball and spends his free time with his wife, Kenzie, and their baby boy, Taylor. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/coffeeonleadership/message
What does it look like when our community is healthy? How can we achieve a community that not only looks, but is spiritually, mentally, and emotionally healthy. Our student development team, Larissa Lily, Blake Small, Taylor Ransome, and Patrick McLeland, lead us in a conversation about healthy community.
In this podcast, Patti Phillips is joined by Valerie Cleary, director of athletics at Portland State University Val has somewhat of an underdog story that reminds young women that a career in sports is possible! A small, farm town girl from Northern California who never aspired to be an athletic director - Val used her undergrad experiences as a tour guide, orientation leader and sorority sister to find her passion for higher education, which led to a Masters in Counseling and Student Development, a degree she uses every single day. While Val has spent many years in higher education, she was only in athletics for 1 year before being asked to serve as the interim AD, which says a lot about her skillset and leadership abilities. She has since been hired into two different athletic director roles and is thriving. Find out she created her own “search firm” for hiring new coaches, developed her philosophy around what “fit” for a department really means, and how she makes sure everyone working under her has a voice in the process. Val also talks about how GIRL POWER is important in her life thanks to the “Big Sky (Conference) Strong Squad,” and why leading by example is so important- especially as we continue to care for our mental health in times of uncertainty. Managing up in athletics, she shares, is crucial to success - and Val is no stranger to this skill as she has navigated not one, but THREE presidential transitions in just three years. Being a quiet observer, communicating goals, learning your supervisor’s learning style and getting to know your boss’s support team are some of the tricks she has learned along the way. There are nuances to her style, though, that are brilliant. We hope you enjoy our conversation, and remember, we are Women Leaders! Head to womenleadersincollegesports.org for more about us and to become a member! Follow us at fb.com/WomenLeadersCS, and on Twitter and Instagram @WomenLeadersCS.
On this week’s episode, Nicole talks to colleague Dr. Gyasmine George-Williams “Dr. G” who is an activist, socio-cultural higher education practitioner, and Assistant Professor at the University of La Verne. She earned her bachelor's in Psychology from California State University, Los Angeles, a Masters in College Counseling and Student Development and Masters in Educational Counseling, both from the University of La Verne, and a PhD in Higher Education from Azusa Pacific University. She serves on the Black Scholars Advisory Board, Black Faculty and Staff Association, and is a faculty partner to La Verne's Intercollegiate Athletics Committee. Her research and passion includes athlete and student activism, student-faculty interaction among students of color, women of color in leadership, and critical race theory in higher education. Dr. George-Williams is the founder of GGW Consulting and has created evidenced-based models to honor and center the experiences and leadership of activists of color and disenfranchised groups. Dr. G. was part of a scholarly panel for the Fall 2020 Tucker Center Distinguished Lecture Series where she talked about the Activism Growth Model (AGM). We explore the development and theoretical underpinning of the AGM and the Black Athlete Activist Leadership (BAAL) Model. Host: Dr. Nicole LaVoi Podcast length: 43 mins A co-production with the Tucker Center for Research on Girls and Women in Sport. For more information, links and resources plus conversations from the world of women’s sport including articles, blogs, videos and podcasts visit wispsports.com. WiSP Sports is the World’s First and Only Podcast Network for Women’s Sport with more than 60 hosts, 1300+ episodes across 50 shows and over 7 million downloads. WiSP Sports is on all major podcast players. Follow WiSP Sports on social media @WiSPsports. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a new series as we consider who is missing in school leadership, the classroom, and our profession as we seek to build flourishing schools. Matt Lambro is Director of Student Development in Fort Worth, Texas.
Listen as Kristin speaks to Christavus Dominic who is here to discuss his new venture, Radio Free Entertainment Network, which is a 27/7 radio streaming platform who, through personal life experiences, has come to realize exactly how important taking care of one's mental health truly is. Radio Free Entertainment Network will be airing MHNR content on their streaming platform in order to help bring mental health and mental illness into the spotlight and help remove the stigma.As a champion for diversity, Christavus is a broadcast personality for WONE 97.5 Classic Rock Radio Station in Akron, Ohio. Experienced Radio Personality & Entertainment Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the entertainment industry. Skilled in Music Management, Entertainment Management, Management, Special Events Production, and Student Development. Strong media and communication professional with focused studies in Communications and Arts Administration from The University of Akron. Radio Free Entertainment Network, Ltd. is a broadcast and internet streaming radio network playing the music of renowned and independent artists. They are dedicated to empowering their communities to promote educational, civic, and cultural development. Launched this month by three community leaders, Christavus Dominic, Warner Mendenhall, and Shuaib Meacham, the Radio Free Entertainment Network aims to offer a full-service aggregate radio station, music recording company, and marketing services as a one-stop-shop. The Radio Free Entertainment Network is a small but powerful network dedicated to bringing more community to the world through music. Their mission is to amplify the voices of the traditionally under-represented by helping local communities of passionate advocates make a positive impact on the world. We believe a variety of experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds creates a better community for their staff and a better product for their users and the communities they serve. Their streaming radio platform provides a 24/7 digital listening experience. The programming is designed to feature an array of musical styles and community viewpoints throughout the week. To the small business owner, they can offer a broader reach for their goods. To the independent performer, they can provide access to a wider audience. Their educational service goals include establishing literacy programs as well as creating more internships in broadcasting, production, and marketing. As recent times have shown that without media professionals, essential information could become inaccessible, the industry holds a crucial spot on the global stage.https://radiofreenetwork.com/
Kelly Kennedy, Associate Director of Student Development and Outreach Career Development, Instructor, and Coach at UConn, talks with Hanna and Cari about how she helps develop a student's career path, and how she assists them in finding a job. She talks about how important a resume is, what a college student should put on their resume, and how to tell their story during their job interview. Listen in to hear Kelly give invaluable advice on the job search process.This episode is sponsored by Mybookcart.com, a textbook buyback service where you can sell back your business textbooks for fast cash.Support the show (https://mybookcart.com/blog/apply/)
Holly is the Vice President for Athletics at Transylvania University - the first college in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. This Louisville native is responsible for 27 NCAA sports and activities that include 420 student athletes. Prior to her tenure at Transylvania, Holly was at the NCAA where she served as Assistant Director of Championships, where she was responsible for managing nine Division 1 and Division 3 championships. She also previously served at the University of Louisville as Assistant Athletic Director for Championships & Student Development and as an instructor and volleyball coach at Lindsey Wilson College. www.transysports.com
Joe and Amy interview Jarmichael Harris, the founder and CEO of Engage Recovery who currently serves as East Carolina University’s Collegiate Recovery Community Coordinator and an Alcohol and Other Drug Staff Counselor for the Center for Counseling and Student Development. Harris sheds light on collegiate recovery and how he became a recovery ally. Joe and Amy question the limitations in picking a higher power in AA.
Jonathan Torres, the COO of Memphis Athletic Ministries (MAM) joins Stephen today to talk about how sports can play a role in the mentoring relationship, the critical role a coach can play in encouraging their mentee, and how these concepts can translate into our own mentor/mentee relationship even if we aren't an athletic coach.
David Etkin is the Author of The Ethical Emergency Manager: Issues, Morality, and Dilemmas. David Etkin is a Professor of Disaster and Emergency Management at York University. He has contributed to several national and international natural hazard projects including the 2nd U.S. national assessment of natural hazards, the IPCC, was Principal Investigator of the Canadian National Assessment of Natural Hazards and is Past President of the Canadian Risk and Hazards Network. His current areas of research are disaster risk assessment and disaster ethics. He has over 80 publications including two textbooks and 6 edited volumes.Links LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/school/york-university/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yorkuniversity/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/yorkuniversity Website: https://www.yorku.ca/ Email: David A. Etkin: email@example.com AdvertisersTitan HST https://www.titanhst.com/Sitch Radio https://sitchradio.comThe EM Weekly Show https://emweekly.com
It is important to learn Emergency Management through experience and education. Finding an internship to build that experience is important. The District of Columbia’s (DC) Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HSEMA) have developed a premier program to aid and develop students as they obtain their degree. As the Agency responsible for leading the planning and coordination of the Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA) works closely with our District, federal and regional partners to ensure that the District of Columbia is prepared to prevent, protect against, respond to, mitigate and recover from all threats and hazards.Links Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HSEMADC Twitter: https://twitter.com/DC_HSEMA Website: https://hsema.dc.gov/intern Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgRebekah Mena: email@example.comAdvertisersTitan HST https://www.titanhst.com/Sitch Radio https://sitchradio.comThe EM Weekly Show https://emweekly.com
In this episode Bo and Dave are joined by Drew Moser Ph.D Dean of Student Engagement and Professor of Higher Education and Student Development at Taylor University (IN). We have a conversation to help us understand Gen Z better, share challenges, along with highlighting their strengths. Drew Moser: Drew Moser, Ph.D. is Dean of Student Engagement and Professor of Higher Education and Student Development at Taylor University (IN). His the author/editor of 4 books, including Ready or Not: Leaning Into Life in Our Twenties, Campus Life: In Search of Community, and most recently, The Enneagram of Discernment: The Way of Vocation, Wisdom, and Practice. He lives with his wife and 5 children in Upland, IN. Resources and Contact for Drew Moser: · Email: firstname.lastname@example.org · Twitter: @drewmoser · Instagram: @drewmoser · The Enneagram of Discernment: The Way of Vocation, Wisdom, & Practice · Ready or Not: Leaning into Life in Our Twenties · Campus Life: In Search of Community Alone Together by Carol FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: @Lead.222 ------- Did this conversation resonate with you? We want to hear from you! Write us at email@example.com Help us grow the community! Subscribe, share, and leave a review. For more information about Lead222 or find a community of leaders in your area: www.lead222.com Lead222 Youth Ministry Staffing www.lead222ymstaffing.com Contact Dave at Dave@lead222.com
In this episode designed specifically for our CMAA Student Members, we talk learning beyond the classroom and how students can take advantage of all that the club industry offers for personal growth including internships, mentorship, and leadership opportunities. Student Chapter Alumni Caroline Hollatz, a 2018 graduate of Ohio University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Restaurant, Hotel, and Tourism Management, who served as her Chapter’s President, and now works as the Student Liaison with the Ohio Valley Chapter, shares her passion. Our special correspondent for this episode is the charming and bubbly, Christina Krueger, Manager of Member Communities & Student Development.
Carmen McIver (@carmanista) is a Student Development Coordinator at Brookhaven College and Personal Blogger where her passion is to bridge the gap between low-income, minority families and higher education, inspire people to become the best version of themselves, and empower young girls to understand they have the power to pen their own story and no one else can. Originally from North Carolina, Carmen graduated from Queens University of Charlotte majoring in Sociology and Communications. She wanted to take her skills into television and quickly realized that was not the career that would make her happy. She prayed to the Lord and moved to Dallas in 2018 bringing her to the field of Education and she doesn't plan on leaving. Outside of work, Carmen has a personal blog called Carmen Writes where she instills hope and joy into the life of everyone who reads. This week on the podcast Carmen sat down with @jnicolethecreative to talk about her path to purpose and her determination to overcome the limitations of who others thought she would be. Check out her blog on Facebook: Carmen Writes [facebook.com/CarmenNicoleWrites] --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blackgirlswithpurpose/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blackgirlswithpurpose/support
Today's Guest is Dr. Clarence Boyd earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1977, his Master of Arts in Practical Theology in 1998, and Doctor of Ministry 2002, all from Oral Roberts University. Dr. Boyd served in the Resident Advisor program and was a Hall Director from 1977 to 1982. He was then promoted to the position of Dean of Men in Student Affairs in which he served from 1982 to 1984, at which time he became the Associate Dean of Students, and served in that role until 1986. He served as Dean of Students for 19 years and then was appointed Dean of Student Development in 2005. Beginning in 2006 he was given the additional responsibility for Campus Ministry. IIn 2009 he began serving as the Dean of Spiritual Formation which later included the responsibility for the Men’s Chaplain Program. In August of 2017, Dr. Boyd was appointed to the position of Vice-President of Student Life. Dr. Boyd is the President and Founder of Revelations-Revealed Truth Ministries. The heart of the ministry is to provide mentoring to young people with emphasis on helping young men understand the role and responsibility of manhood. He is also the founder of Revelations-Revealed Truth Evangelistic Center, a local church in the city of Tulsa. Ministry to the family is one of the priorities of the church.
In this episode, we are talking about moving from scared to confident in the interview process. For most people, the entire process of interviewing is what creates stress, anxiety, and sometimes panic. For others, interviewing is just another piece of the career puzzle. To get to the root of your anxiety about interviewing, we are going to explore self-efficacy, self-esteem, and self-confidence. I spent about 8 years in career development in high education and my master's degree is in College Counseling and Student Development, which means I took a lot of counseling courses and because of the nature of my job, I focused a lot on these 3 "self" beliefs. So what do these 3 "self" beliefs have to do with interviewing? Well, everything. Most people think if they prepare enough for an interview they won't be scared. While preparation is extremely helpful to lowering your interview anxiety, the root of the stress comes from how much you believe in yourself. Having said all that, I know that someone you are just trying to make it through an interview and the time it takes to get to the root of your self-esteem, self-efficacy, and self-confidence is more than you have right now. So I also talk about tactical strategies to move from being scared to being confidence: 1. Prepare and Practice. 2. Timing. 3. Healthy Habits. 4. Articulate Your Goals. 5. Know that you will mess up. Fear and confidence are tricky emotions because sometimes it feels like we don't have any control over them, but the reality is, we do. It definitely takes work, especially if we are coming from a place of low self-esteem or low self-efficacy, but it can be done. A big thank you to positivepsychology.com where I was able to obtain the definitions needed to make this episode possible. https://positivepsychology.com/self-confidence/ The networking episode I referenced: https://ridethetidecollective.com/2020/04/22/three-3-networking-strategies-for-experienced-professionals-s2-ep4-20/ The other interview episode I mentioned: https://ridethetidecollective.com/2020/04/29/tell-me-about-yourself-s2-ep5-20/ If you are interested in learning more or connecting on social please follow Ride the Tide Collective on Instagram, LinkedIn, or Facebook.
Coach Adam Mortimer, Director of Student Development at Achieve Today, will give 5 ways that you can improve your day in 10 minutes or less. These things are easy to implement and extremely impactful when it comes to your overall mood, your peace of mind, and your ability to conquer each and every day. Hope you enjoy!
Joining us this week are Josh Gay, a recent graduate of Florida State University and the outgoing President of the FSU Student Chapter as well as our colleague Christina Krueger, manager, Member Communities & Student Development. Josh shares with us a quick pulse check on how things are going down in Florida as well as his student chapter’s innovative efforts throughout the spring semester of social distancing. Relying on virtual meetings, the FSU chapter has been able to maintain regular check ins as well as experience virtual club tours. Even more exciting is the work the FSU Student Chapter and the FLCMAA Chapter have done to create a virtual summer internship program to help students fill the gaps left by employment and experience loss this summer.
Dr. Suzanne (“Seppy”) Seplow is the Assistant Vice Chancellor, Student Development. The areas within Student Development provide programs and services designed to support students reach their full potential and achieve their life goals. The departments within Student Development that Suzanne oversees are the Bruin Resource Center (BRC), Campus and Student Resilience, the Career Center, Center for Accessible Education (CAE), Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), First-Year Experience (FYE), Graduate Student Resource Center (GSRC) and Residential Life. Suzanne’s passion for developing inclusive communities that engage students in the fostering of their academic success, personal growth, leadership development, social responsibility and career aspirations is captured in each of the areas she has the privilege to work within Student Development. Originally from Newton, NJ, Suzanne received her Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Sciences/Biology with a concentration in Education from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA. She went on to receive her Master’s from Teachers College, Columbia University in Student Personnel Administration. After 9 years as a practitioner working at the University of New Hampshire, Dickinson College and UCLA, Suzanne returned back to academia. In 2001, she earned her Doctorate in Educational Leadership from UCLA. Suzanne started at UCLA in 1995 and hasn’t left! She feels very fortunate to have grown her career here at UCLA. Seppy is a Bruin, through and through! Suzanne also enjoys being in the classroom and has taught in the Fiat Lux, Honors and the Masters in Student Affairs (MSA) programs. She continues to teach Identity Development Theory for the MSA program and serves as a Faculty in Residence. Family is everything to Suzanne. She is blessed with her partner Robin, for over 25 years, and their beautiful children, Tesfanesh and Elsae. Suzanne enjoys sports (now watching more than playing!), card games, and family adventures. Bruin Success is hosted by Katie Russo, produced by Christian Chavez and made possible by UCLA Alumni.
Paul “Pablo” Burson (Director of Student Development and Community Partnerships at Regis University, and a Priest in the Ecumenical Catholic Communion), a dear friend and former teacher of Nick’s, joins the show, and Pablo’s inner light, his kindness, and his calm reverence for God and the spiritual life make for sublime conversation. Pablo’s story is extraordinary. He entered the seminary at the age of 14, would be ordained at 27, would be transformed while ministering in Guatemala, and would later marry, become a father, and find a new church in which to practice and preach. He tells of the turmoil surrounding his choice to renounce his vow of chastity, which involved not only his inner spiritual life at the time, but his relationship to his parents, as well as another tragic revelation from his youth. But Pablo’s story is one of healing and reconciliation, and his spiritual calling is to build bridges in the same fashion. It is a warm, loving, joyful and generous hour, and it was a great honor to have him on the show.Something I learned: Pablo was influenced in his early training by a style of prayer that resembles the Pentecostal experience -- Charismatic Catholic RenewalPablo tells a story about where the practice of his inner spiritual life blossomed, during his time spent at The Abbey of Gethsemani -- where Thomas Merton lived as a monk. If you're in Denver, CO, you and all are welcome to attend a service with Pablo and his faith community at The Church of the Beloved! Twitter: @nicholasdagosto #GodsDelicateShow Instagram: @nicholasdagosto #GodsDelicateShowOfficial Website: nicholasdagosto.comMusic by Sean Whalen, Art by Alexandra Delano
Donovan shares his inspirational never-give-up story, 2 vacations every young black males should take, how black students have access but no equity and how young black men have and continue to build wealth in communities and educational institutions. Please support the podcast and subscribe to it on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/vent-with-trent-the-gent/id1132930585 Twitter: https://twitter.com/VentwithTrent
Dr. Chris Owen has served as the Executive Vice President of Southeastern University since 2017. Prior to that, he spent 7 years as the VP of Student Development. On this episode, Chris and I discuss the tough decisions we have made over the last few weeks and some leadership principles that are imperative during this time. Listen to his unique take on communication, finding peace, and leading in times of crisis.
Guests: Gabrielle Jackson and Kristiana Moore Last academic year, a student collaborated with the Office of Student Development to open The Aggie Source, a food pantry for students. This year, the pantry has expanded to open The Aggie Rack where students can come and shop for professional attire ahead of career fairs and interviews.
It's hard to believe that 2019 is nearly over! We've had a great year on the podcast and we've gotten to talk to some really wonderful guests over the year. This month is no exception! First, we sat down with the 2019 Club Executive of the Year, Tony D'Errico. He shared with us so many pieces of wisdom about his tenure in the club industry, his philosophy on building culture, and the challenges he sees facing the club industry in the future. We're also joined by two of CMAA's newest staff team members. Julie Montross (our new SVP of Business Development) and Christina Krueger (Manager, Member Communities and Student Development) both came on board in November and we are so excited to welcome them to our team. Wishing all of our listeners the happiest of holidays and a joyous New Year!
Dr. Mike Hayes, Vice President of Student Development at Lee University, joins Dr. Lamb to discuss several aspects of spiritual disciplines- including solitude and confession. The Spirit of the Disciplines - Dallas Willard Celebration of Discipline- Richard J. Foster
Chris and Tim sit down with two leaders that know a thing or two about what it takes to drive a school forward. Mr. Justin Hauser, Director of Student Development, and Oronde Kearney, Chief Academic Officer, at the Academy of Warren jump into the Fishbowl to talk about some of the great work they have done and are looking forward to completing.
The Wednesday Conversation is a one-on-one sitdown between the voice of the Huskies, Tony Castricone, and a student-athlete, coach, alum, administrator or staff member of the University of Washington athletic department. This week's Wednesday Conversation is with Kim Durand, the UW's Senior Associate Athletic Director for Student Development.
It's not often that an admissions counselor at small university works his way up the ladder to become a university president — but Dr. Chris Domes did just that. On this week's episode of the Enrollify Podcast, Dr. Domes shares lessons he learned during his early years at St. Bonaventure, leadership insights he garnered during his time as Vice President for Student Development and Enrollment Management at Marymount, and the story of why he decided to become a university president. Furthermore, Dr. Domes shares advice on how enrollment managers can work more closely with university leadership to meet the wider goals of the institution, and how to breakdown silos to ensure a fantastic experience for students. Dr. Domes believes that presidential leadership "requires reflective and thoughtful communication, followed by mission-centered decision-making and coupled with a high level of transparency.