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Wake Up With Patti Katter
Zach Schleien: CEO of Dating App, Get Filter Off Talks Finding Love Through Technology

Wake Up With Patti Katter

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 18:49


Join Patti Katter with Zach Schleien as they talk about finding love through technology. Zach is the founder of FilterOff, a dating app that allows people to have a three-minute virtual date and decide whether it is a match or not. He shares how the app connects people, and sparks love between them. Here's a breakdown of what to expect in this episode: Zach's decision to create a dating app What separates FilterOff from other dating apps How the app's speed-dating feature works Zach's biggest trial and how he overcame it Reviews about the app from Zach's family and friends And so much more! ~ About Zach Schleien: Zach Schleien built his first company going into senior year of college called BeginU, a platform for college students to find projects and work opportunities to develop their skills. Following BeginU, he then launched his second company, Top Romp, an online dating blog that reviewed hacks and apps for the modern dater. Zach then pursued his Masters in Information Management from Syracuse University, where he soon launched his third company, LIFT Protein Muffins. Starting LIFT was where he first dipped his toe into crowdfunding, raising over $5,000 in 30 days on Kickstarter. That summer, he worked for bitly as a Data Analyst. While in school, he co-authored the book, Hacking The Internship Process, which became the number two bestseller for internships on Amazon. One year later, he sold his first company, Top Romp. Following graduation, he secured a job in IT with Johnson & Johnson. After his friend's passing with mental illness, Zach dedicated himself to helping people with mental illness. He launched a $9,500 project on CaringCrowd (a crowdfunding platform for non-profits) with the funds going to the National Alliance on Mental Illness – NAMI New Jersey. He attained his goal within two and a half weeks. The proceeds went to the NAMI Basics program, which supported 360 parents with children who have a mental illness. Zach wanted to do more, so he teamed up with his best friend David and launched the mental health Slack community, 18percent. With mental health awareness month coming up, he found another project intending to raise $30,000 on CaringCrowd to support 600 families where at least one member of their family had a mental illness. The funds would go to NAMI El Dorado. He attained this mark within three weeks. Zach's passion for helping people, combined with his love for entrepreneurship, has helped him grow these companies and non-profits, allowing them to hit their crowdfunding goals. On the side, Zach runs the video dating app Filter Off. ~ You can find Zach Schleien on . . . Website: https://zachschleien.com/ FilterOff Website: https://www.getfilteroff.com/ ~ Connect with Patti! Website: https://pattikatter.com/ Online Shop: https://thepatrioticmermaid.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pattikatter/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pattikatter/ Don't forget to join The Wake Up with Patti Katter's private Facebook group. Listen to Wake Up With Patti Katter on all major podcast platforms. Interested in Podcast Editing Services or Interested in starting your own Podcast? Ask Patti for a Consult! Podblade: https://app.podblade.com/r/5KQLLY --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wakeupwithpattikatter/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wakeupwithpattikatter/support

First Class Fatherhood
#572 Donovan McNabb

First Class Fatherhood

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 23:37


Episode 572 Donovan McNabb is a First Class Father and NFL Legend. He played his college ball at Syracuse University where they retired his #5 jersey after dominating the Big East and being named Big East Offensive Player of the Year three times. He was drafted in the first round with the second pick of the 1999 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles who would eventually retire his #5 jersey as well. During his time with the Eagles he led the team to eight playoff appearances, five NFC East division championships, five NFC Championship games and Super Bowl XXXIX. He became the Eagles' all-time leader in pass attempts, pass completions, passing yards, and passing touchdowns. In this Episode, Donovan shares his fatherhood journey which includes four children. He discusses his discipline style as a dad. He describes his view on young kids playing tackle football. He talks about his QBL Minicamps. He offers some great advice for new or about to be Dads and more! QBL Minicamps - www.theQBLegacy.org Hope Wear Clothing - https://www.hopewearclothing.com/ SPONSORS: SeatGeek - https://seatgeek.com Promo Code: FirstClass Save: $20 off tickets MY PILLOW - https://www.mypillow.com Promo Code: Fatherhood Save Up To 66% Off 1-800-875-0219 More Ways To Listen - https://linktr.ee/alec_lace Follow me on instagram - https://instagram.com/alec_lace?igshid=ebfecg0yvbap For information about becoming a Sponsor of First Class Fatherhood please hit me with an email: FirstClassFatherhood@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alec-lace/support

On the Brink with Andi Simon
297: Maggie Karshner—Ready To Start And Grow An Amazing Business? Maybe You Need A Coach!

On the Brink with Andi Simon

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 27:25


Hear how to launch your own business, successfully In this podcast you are going to meet Maggie Karshner. She loves to work with people who want to set themselves up in a new business or grow the one they currently have. She and I talk about how to help solo-preneurs take their ideas and become coaches, consultants, therapists, chefs, specialists helping kids get into college, branding experts...you name it and Maggie has done it. During our podcast, we want to help you see what is possible and make it happen. Listen in! Watch and listen to our conversation here The challenge of making it on your own What Maggie and I both know is that it is difficult leaving a career in a corporate job and launching your own business, successfully. My husband Andy and I have seen that among the students at Washington University during our Simon Initiative for Entrepreneurship summits. And at SAMC, we witness it every day as people come to us to help them frame their story, strengthen their brand, conceptualize their business, and get it off the ground, maybe with a Blue Ocean Strategy. In our conversation, Maggie describes her approach of taking clients through a systematic, step-by-step process that helps them break down tasks into manageable steps. We then talk about the tools you need as an entrepreneur, from a good business plan and a clear understanding of client needs to the marketing and staffing requirements of your particular business. It isn't easy. But it is happening all over the place as men and women launch new businesses and watch them grow—or not. About Maggie Karshner Maggie Karshner is a self-employment coach based in Seattle, WA, serving solo-preneurs throughout the US. Rather than telling clients how it "should" be done, she listens to their goals and helps them achieve what's important to them. She is widely versed in all things relevant to self-employment, from organizational structure and financials to marketing and promotion.  Prior to launching her business coaching firm in 2014, Maggie had ten years' experience managing a small business, supporting non-profits, and being a corporate business consultant. In addition to working closely with entrepreneurs throughout her career, she is an entrepreneur herself twice over. She has a BA in Geography from Syracuse University. You can connect with Maggie on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, her website www.maggiekarshner.com or her blog. Want some guidance getting your business off the ground? Start here. Blog: What This Successful Entrepreneur Has Learned In Business Blog: Crushing It: Women Entrepreneurs Show You How To Build a Better Business Podcast: Marsha Friedman—How A Woman Entrepreneur Took A Little Idea And Turned It Into A Big Business Additional resources for you My best-selling new book: "Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Business" My award-winning first book: "On the Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights" Simon Associates Management Consultants website  

Beyond the Uniform
BTU #418 - Becoming a Bakery Director (Ranjeet Singh @ Aspire Bakeries)

Beyond the Uniform

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 24:11


Why Listen: Today's story is so different. Ranjeet has an incredible background of going from the Marine Corps as an Avionics Division Non-Commissioned Officer and then choosing to go down a path centered around food and operations, including roles like being a  Plant Supervisor at Safeway, a Shipping Department Supervisor at Albertsons, an Operations Manager at Ralphs Grocery Company, and a Plant Manager at BakeMark. You probably recognize all of those names. You've definitely had one of his products from Aspire Bakeries, where his focus is on frozen baked goods. But so much to learn today about why he chose to focus on this industry. Today, he will talk about the advantages of being so focused in this way, what it's like to be a Bakery Director, and what his day-to-day life looks like.  About Ranjeet: Ranjeet Singh is the Bakery Director at Aspire Bakeries, a North American baking company with a leadership position in specialty frozen baked goods. Some of their brands you may recognize are La Brea Bakery, Otis Spunkmeyer, and Oakrun Farm Bakery. Ranjeet served in the Marine Corps for nearly five years as an Avionics Division Non-Commissioned Officer. He worked as a Plant Supervisor at Safeway, a Shipping Department Supervisor at Albertsons, an Operations Manager at Ralphs Grocery Company, and a Plant Manager at BakeMark. He earned his BSBA in Management from Columbia College and an MBA from Syracuse University.

The Fee for Service Dentist Podcast

FFS Podcast Promotional Links:  ONLY $397: Dental Membership Master Course with Dr. Chris Phelps www.membershipmastercourse.com Dental Membership Direct www.dentalmembershipdirect.com Dental Financing Direct www.dentalfinancingdirect.com   About Dr. Sonny Spera Dr. Sonny Spera graduated from Union Endicott High School in 1981. With a four-year basketball scholarship he graduated from Syracuse University in 1985; majoring in Chemistry and Psychology. He was a member of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. He was also the co-captain of the 1984-1985 Syracuse basketball team. Dr. Spera graduated from SUNY Buffalo Dental School in 1989 in the top 10% of his class. At SUNY Buffalo Dental School he was a member of the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honorary Society. He was also UB Graduate Assistant Basketball coach.  Dr. Spera has been in private practice since 1989 and is a member of the American Dental Association, the New York State Dental Association, the Sixth District Dental Society and the Broome County Dental Society. He is also a member of the International Association of Orthodontics, the BC Dental Society and the BCDS Study Club. Away from the office, he volunteers with several community organizations, including the Elks Club, the Son's of Italy, the STNY Flyers, the Academy of General Dentistry, and the Basketball Coaches Association of New York. He is the founder and president of ME Hoops Inc. Dr. Spera currently resides with his wife Angela, whom he met at Syracuse University, and their three children, Marcus, Erica, and Carla. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, basketball, golf, music and movies. 607-624-2962 (Cell) Sonnyspera@gmail.com Www.progressivedentalny.com   Do you have a FFS practice? Would you like to be interviewed? Fill out the FFS Stories request form here: https://goo.gl/forms/7TaUF9Nqi49l1RFF2

Sisters-in-Service
Joanna Sansoterra - In service to those that have served - Onward to Opportunity (O2O)

Sisters-in-Service

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 31:19


Joanna was born in Loma Linda, California, and shortly after her father was assigned to North Island Naval Air Station as a civil servant. Her mother, Lucia worked in the nonprofit sector including a stint with Centro de la Familia in Logan Heights in the '70s. She is an integral member of San Diego's veteran community bringing with her nearly three decades of visionary leadership, organizing, and recruiting experience to San Diego, home of the nation's largest concentration of military personnel. Joanna served for 33 years in the Air Force. She currently volunteers on the Defense, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee of the San Diego Chamber. She is also on the board of San Diego Pride.Currently, she works for Onward to Opportunity under the IVMF at Syracuse University since 2017. She was instrumental in laying the groundwork for O2O within Navy Region Southwest creating partnerships and alliances with the Navy and San Diego veteran's community. She was also instrumental in pushing for the first military parade in uniform with San Diego Pride.Joanna was inducted into the San Diego LGBT Center's Benjamin F. Dillingham, III and Bridget Wilson LGBT Veterans Wall of Honor recognizing LGBT veterans with ties to San Diego who have taken the oath to serve our country and have done so honorably and with distinction, acting as a role model in advancing equality.She recently completed her Masters in Nonprofit Leadership & Management at the University of San Diego. Joanna, along with her wife Stefanie live in Imperial Beach, CA.https://www.ivmf.syracuse.eduSupport the show (https://www.podfan.com/sisters-in-service)

ADALive!
Episode 101: Disability Employment Policies in the United Kingdom

ADALive!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 39:05


For more information, transcripts, resources, and bios visit https://adalive.org/episodes/episode-101/ Like the United States, the employment gap in the United Kingdom between people with disabilities and non-disabled people is large with little progress made to narrow the gap. Although the Equality Act of 2010 offers similar protections to the Americans with Disabilities Act, interested groups believe more should be done to address employment disparities. On the next episode of ADA Live! we will look at a new effort in the United Kingdom to improve employment opportunities for people with disabilities and end employment discrimination. The Disability Employment Charter, drawn up by charities, academics, and trade unions, lays out nine actionable steps the British government should take to address employment inequities experienced by people with disabilities. These steps are bold and ambitious. Please join us as we welcome Lord Kevin Shinkwin, Member of the House of Lords of the United Kingdom, and Professor Kim Hoque, Professor of Human Resource Management and Director of the Industrial Relations Research Unit at the University of Warwick Business School. Our guests will discuss how the Disability Employment Charter came about, and the vision, mission, and impact for people with disabilities. Our host will be Dr. Peter Blanck, Chairman of the Burton Blatt Institute and University Professor at Syracuse University.

Commons Good
Khuram Hussain, Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Commons Good

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 74:02


In this episode we're talking with Kharum Hussain, Ph.D about what it looks like for colleges as anchor institutions to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion for greater well- being across their campuses and in their communities. Hear how the art of dialogue, the inclusion of underheard voices, and a focus on systems change is creating better outcomes for students, staff, and community. Listen in to hear more about what it looks like to expand belonging and inclusion so all have the opportunity to reach their full potential. In June 2020, Khuram began serving as the Colleges' diversity strategist-- overseeing the Offices of Intercultural Affairs, Academic Opportunity Programs and International Student Enrollment and Success. An Associate Professor of Education, he previously served as Hobart Dean. Khuram earned his Ph.D. from Syracuse University and has taught classes that explore social movements for racial justice in schools and the pedagogy of democratic, multicultural classrooms. For 20 years, Khuram has served as a dialogue facilitator, trainer and consultant to schools, universities, government offices, nonprofits and community organizations on issues of diversity and equity. His work has been recognized by the NAACP, the US Armed Forces, and community and campus organizations nationwide. He is the co-founder of Tools for Social Change (TFSC), a dialogue-driven initiative that advances equity and inclusion in the Finger Lakes. Let's jump in to hear more about Tools for Social Change and the campus-community work he's helping to lead. Explore More: Hobart and William Smith Colleges Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion https://www2.hws.edu/about/dei/Building for Belonging, Hobart and William Smith Colleges Building for Belonging, Hobart and William Smith Colleges https://www2.hws.edu/about/dei/ Hobart and William Smith Colleges Strategic Diversity Plan (December 2016, update in progress) https://www.hws.edu/about/pdfs/strategic-diversity-plan.pdf The Office of Diversity and Inclusion, short film by Maggie Bonomo https://youtu.be/oiPRfjAuX5Y Thriving Campuses: A Campus Guide for Well-Being, Equity and Thriving Together, Community Commons http://communitycommons.org/entities/d1afd683-2da3-4fad-88ab-f01311469b7d Campus Well Being Resource Library, Community Commons http://communitycommons.org/entities/d0be0f7c-f9b5-4f45-b78e-cd1ef8f85f78

Future of Fitness
Mark Fisher - The "Hub" Model & A Deepened Interest Of Fitness

Future of Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 53:34


Mark Fisher is an in-demand international speaker, consultant, and entrepreneur. His core expertise is helping business owners achieve financial success and personal freedom through community building, leadership development, and creating healthy organizational cultures. He's also excellent at playing with puppies. Mark and his “non-sexual life partner” Michael created Business for Unicorns in 2016 and have since worked with clients like Sony Music, Sylvan Learning, and the ACLU, as well as many of the leading fitness studios across the US and UK. In addition to their consulting and teaching through Business for Unicorns, Mark and Michael also co-founded Mark Fisher Fitness, one of the most successful gyms in the history of the fitness industry. MFF has two physical locations in Manhattan and was recognized as #312 on the 2015 Inc. 500 fastest growing companies in America, as well as one of Men's Health's "Top 20 Gyms in America." With a reputation as the fitness home of choice for the Broadway community, Mark and MFF have been featured in Forbes, the NY Times, the NY Post, the Huffington Post, and the Wall St. Journal, among others. MFF has made waves in the fitness industry for it's unprecedented growth, industry leading results, and unique approach to culture. Mark has a BFA from Syracuse University, is a former professional actor, and has spent several years serving on the Advisory Board for NY City Center's Off-Center. He is also a proud member of the Entrepreneur's Organization.     Connect with us: www.futureoffitness.co

The NPR Politics Podcast
What Does It Take To Combat Disinformation?

The NPR Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 12:44


Whitney Phillips, assistant professor at Syracuse University, talks to NPR's Miles Parks about conspiracy, disinformation, and what it would take to improve civic literacy and rebuild trust in institutions in the United States.This episode: voting and disinformation reporter Miles ParksConnect:Email the show at nprpolitics@npr.orgJoin the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.

1A
NBA star Carmelo Anthony on childhood, community, and his legacy

1A

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 33:25


Carmelo Anthony has spent his adulthood at the top of the NBA. He was drafted in 2003 after leading Syracuse University to an NCAA championship win his freshman year. Since then, the ten-time NBA all-star has worked his way onto the league's list of all-time scorers.But after nearly two decades in the NBA, Anthony wants to be known as more than a basketball player. Anthony's latest project is a new memoir, "Where Tomorrows Aren't Promised." It recounts his childhood growing up in the housing projects in Brooklyn and the Murphy Homes in West Baltimore. We talk to Anthony about his childhood, basketball, his passion for social justice and philanthropy, and his legacy.Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.

'Cuse Conversations
Yes! Recounting the career of Hall of Fame Sportscaster Marv Albert '63

'Cuse Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 35:37


When he was in the third grade, Marv Albert '63 decided he wanted to become a sportscaster. Albert followed his passion and studied journalism at Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. Before long, Albert was calling Syracuse Chiefs games alongside fellow Orange legend Carl Eilenberg H'53. But Albert's big break came when another all-time Syracuse great, Marty Glickman '39, hired Albert to be his researcher, spotter, statistician and backup announcer. After a decorated career that spanned 55 years and saw him call 13 NBA finals, eight Super Bowls and eight Stanley Cup finals, Albert retired following the 2021 NBA Eastern Conference Finals. On the latest Cuse Conversation, the Hall of Fame broadcaster discusses his legendary career, how he came up with his signature "YES!" call, how he found his voice at Syracuse University and on WAER, and why calling the 1992 Dream Team's gold medal-winning performance stands out among a litany of amazing sportscasting moments.

Rowers Choice - Innovating Rowing
2021e18 - Rowers Choice Podcast - Alicea Strodel

Rowers Choice - Innovating Rowing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 48:00


We end this years podcasts with an awesome conversation with University of Minnesota Womens head coach, Alicea Strodel. Alicea took over the Gophers mid pandemic, and has been working to create an exciting new culture. She has a long history of rowing at Syracuse University prior to Minnesota as well. This is an excellent way to end our 2021 podcasts! Be sure to check out University of Minnesota Womens rowing at https://gophersports.com/sports/womens-rowing

The Randy Report - LGBTQ Politics & Entertainment
Interview: Vanessa Williams spills the tea on the new drag competition 'Queen Of The Universe'

The Randy Report - LGBTQ Politics & Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 22:04


Today I'm speaking with international pop star and actress Vanessa Williams, who is currently serving as one of the celebrity judges on the new reality talent competition, "Queen of the Universe" streaming on Paramount+, where drag queens from around the world sing LIVE - no lip-syncing here - as they compete not only for the title of Queen of the Universe but a $250,000 cash prize. If anyone has the experience to dish out the appropriate advice, it's Vanessa Williams. A former Miss America - talk about a true queen! - she's a multi-platinum recording artist whose albums include The Right Stuff, The Comfort Zone, and The Sweetest Days, along with her chart topping number one hit “Save the Best for Last." Vanessa has also conquered Broadway making her debut in the title role of "Kiss of the Spider Woman," scored a Tony Award nomination for her turn as the Witch in the Broadway revival of "Into The Woods," and returned for acclaimed performances in "Sondheim on Sondheim," "After Midnight," and "The Trip To Bountiful." She's also had great success on television starring as Wilhelmina Slater on the ground-breaking "Ugly Betty" as well as Desperate Housewives and many more TV projects. I recently had the chance to talk with her about "Queen of the Universe," and her work as a founder of Black Theater United, which is working to bring inclusivity to theater communities across the country. Plus, she has starring role coming up in a staged concert of Stephen Sondheim's "Anyone Can Whistle" at Carnegie Hall. Full disclosure - as longtime listeners are aware, I've known Vanessa for years ever since we were music theater majors at Syracuse University. So, up front, you'll definitely hear our friendship in the chat. You can catch up on the first four episodes of “Queen of the Universe” now, and don't miss the grand finale streaming on Paramount+ on December 30, 2021.

Other Voices
Jessyka and Keven Brunk build their air castles of gingerbread

Other Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 30:38


Jessyka and Keven Brunk are perfectly matched — both as a couple and as creators of fantasy gingerbread marvels.“Jessyka went to school for painting and art, and so she's always been very involved with that,” says Keven in this week's Enterprise podcast.Keven went to Syracuse University for mechanical engineering so he designs their gingerbread creations, starting with building half-scale models.The two of them grew up in Guilderland, both students at Altamont Elementary School, with Keven a year ahead of Jessyka.As the years have gone by, the complexity of their creations has increased. They now make all of their own pieces rather than incorporating store-bought candies as they had when trimming the Brooklyn Bridge.Each creation takes hundreds of hours. The couple starts working on their annual project in October to be ready for the Christmas season.Gingerbread has long been associated with Christmas. One legend, based on an 8th-Century Greek document, has a fourth wise man setting out to bring ginger to the newborn Jesus Christ. While the three wisemen from the east arrived in Bethlehem with their gold, frankincense, and myrrh, the fourth became ill in a Syrian city, giving his chest of ginger roots to a rabbi who had cared for him.The Hebrew Bet Leḥem means “House of Bread,” and the Syrian rabbi would have his students make houses of bread in hopes of their saviour being born in Bethlehem. The waylaid fourth wiseman, the legend goes, thought of adding ginger to the bread.The Brunks will make a ceremony out of destroying their creation. Early on, they had left one of their gingerbread houses — far too old to eat — in the woods for deer and other animals but family dogs found it and ate it instead, becoming ill from the sugar.“My dad thought that it should go down in ceremony after all the work we put into it,” said Jessyka. “So we shoot it with BB guns or air rifles.”“We invite people over to come look at it ...,” said Keven. “Our friends bring their kids — “And we allow the kids to touch it,” said Jessyka.The Brunks have this advice for others who might want to make a gingerbread house:“It's not that hard to come up with your own little patterns instead of buying the one out of the box,” said Keven.“Even if you do get the one out of the box, you should at least make your own icing,” said Jessyka.They both agree that following your own ideas is the most fun.****If you'd like to see Jessyka and Keven Brunk's Winne-Bear-Go creation and the other gingerbread houses in the Hudson Valley Gingerbread Competition, they are online at https://bit.ly/3s4Yhy9.Voting runs till Dec. 24 and the winners will be announced on Dec. 28. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Engineering Influence from ACEC
A Conversation with Carey Smith, CEO of Parsons Corporation

Engineering Influence from ACEC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 26:51


We were pleased to welcome Carey Smith, the President and CEO of Parsons Corporation onto the program for a conversation about leadership, diversity in the engineering industry and what Parsons is doing to help Build Back Smarter with the newly passed Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.  We were equally pleased to welcome our own CEO, Linda Bauer Darr to host the interview - chief executive to chief executive.   Transcript: Host: Welcome to Engineering Influence, a podcast from the American Council of Engineering Companies. ACEC's strength lies in its member firms and the diverse set of markets those firms operate in to serve the interests of their public and private sector clients. And it's always great to have the opportunity to bring on one of those firms to spotlight their work and really look at what they are doing to improve their communities and the world around them. And I'm pleased to bring one of those shows to you today. Host: I am pleased to welcome to the program Carey Smith, the President and CEO of Parsons. Parsons is a leading provider of technology-driven solutions, focused on the defense, intelligence and critical infrastructure markets. And they've been in operation for more than 75 years. Parsons provides technical design and engineering services and software products to address their customers' challenges, and they have capabilities in cyber security, intelligence, missile, space, connected communities, physical infrastructure, and mobility solutions. Host: Now Carey Smith joined Parsons in 2016 as President of the Federal Solutions business. She was promoted to Chief Operating Officer in 2018 and President and Chief Operating Officer in 2019. She was unanimously elected Chief Executive Officer of Parsons Corporation by the board of directors and appointed to the position in July, 2021. Now, prior to joining Parsons, Carey held a series of progressive leadership roles within the defense and aerospace industry. She holds an MS in electrical engineering from Syracuse University and a BS in electrical engineering from Ohio Northern University. In 2018, she received an honorary doctorate from Ohio Northern University for her outstanding contributions to the university and the field of engineering. Host: Now, interviewing a chief executive, sometimes it's best for me to take a step back and to allow a chief executive to interview a chief executive. So I'm also pleased to welcome our President and CEO Linda Bauer Darr to move us forward and take the mic. Linda, the floor is yours. Linda Bauer Darr: Great. Thank you, Jeff. I'm happy to be back on the podcast. I need to do this more often. You're doing a great job. So kudos to you, Jeff. Carey, we are so excited to have you in our offices. I think this is the second time in the short amount of time that you've been on board as the CEO of Parsons. It's been since July, I think now, right? Carey Smith: That's correct. Linda Bauer Darr: That you came on board and, it's a pleasure to be working with you. We're excited to have you here. So you're a CEO now - how did that come about? You know, you're an engineer, you're a CEO. What brought you into engineering? And, and tell me a little bit about how you made it all the way up to the top ranks of such a, such a significant company as Parsons. Carey Smith: Sure. Well, thanks first, Jeff and Linda, I'm pleased to be here and I appreciate you hosting me today. I'll start off. My dad kind of got me into engineering when I was really young. We had, I have one brother, one sister, he wanted all three of us to be engineers and one of us decided to be an engineer. So I went into engineering and one of my first experiences was working as an intern at LTB Steel in downtown Cleveland, really got hooked on the industry. Then when I graduated college start off, uh, with IBM, which subsequently became Lockheed Martin through acquisitions and had some great experiences. One of 'em I would highlight was being one of the first woman flight engineers to fly with special operations forces. So it's kind of in my blood, I would say. Um, and just an exciting field. It's an opportunity to make a difference. Linda Bauer Darr: Wow. That that's, um, there's so much there. I know we have a lot to talk about today in a short period of time, but I would love to just take a second to dive into that a little bit. So why was your dad so infatuated with engineering if he wanted all three of his kids to be engineer? So was he an engineer? Carey Smith: My dad was an engineer. Linda Bauer Darr: What kind of an engineer was he? Carey Smith: He was also an electrical engineer. So I followed in his footsteps. Linda Bauer Darr: Who did he work for? What kind of work? Carey Smith: He was with Morgan Engineering. So they built cranes for steel mills. Linda Bauer Darr: Out of Ohio, Carey Smith: Out of Alliance, Ohio. Linda Bauer Darr: Okay. And then you said that you were one of the first female flight engineers on a special operations mission. Carey Smith: Yes. Linda Bauer Darr: What what'd you do? Carey Smith: So at the time we were changing analog cockpits over to digital cockpits. So my job was basically to design the display formats. And then when the test engineers, when they were up flying, I was the flight test engineer. So I would sit between the pilot and the co-pilot and I would teach them how to use the new digital display systems. Linda Bauer Darr: Do you have your pilot's license as a result of that? Carey Smith: I do not, but I'll tell you, I've always thought about getting one. Linda Bauer Darr: Yeah. Something tells me that that's not beyond you and probably it's gonna be on your agenda for the future. Um, and then you went from IBM, which became Lockheed Martin. Obviously that's a thing in this business. I actually started out years ago in a company called EG&G that later was purchased by and you know, way down the road AECOM. So, you know, that's my only claim to the engineering profession before I came to ACEC and, um, man, you know, it's, uh, you never know where you're gonna be the next day. It seems Carey Smith: Like the that's absolutely true. It's spent a lot of consolidation in the industry. Linda Bauer Darr: It's really picking up. Um, that's another that's for another podcast though, Jeff, we'll try to stay disciplined. Um, so let's talk a little bit about diversity and inclusion. I know that that is a passion for you. It it's a passion for me. It is also a passion for ACEC and it's - we have five planks of our strategic plan, core strategic goals. And, and that is certainly one of them. Um, and you know, it's interesting trying to describe to people what ACEC sees kind of its unique lane in diversity and inclusion because we feel very strongly about STEM programs and bringing young people into this space. But, you know, traditionally ACEC has really been for the business of engineering and often focused on the leadership in engineering firms. You don't come in as a leader, you know, you don't come right outta college and become a leader. Linda Bauer Darr: It's something that evolves, but we feel really strongly about getting involved earlier on in the game for engineers that are on that track, right? That are on that path to become CEOs. So you are one of very few female CEOs of engineering firms, you an engineer, and that's not always the case. I mean, some of your colleagues are people that came into the profession as attorneys, or maybe they had a business development background. Um, so, you know, tell me a little bit about how you're taking kind of, you know, the, the perch of CEO of Parsons and moving the ball forward for people like you to come behind you and, and promoting that push for diversity and inclusion, which is so important to the future of this industry and this profession. Carey Smith: Yeah. So inclusion and diversity is one of Parsons', six core values. And it's obviously very important to me being a woman in, in the engineering field. So when I first joined the company, about five years ago, we stood up a diversity at the time it was called diversity and inclusion council. Today we call it diversity equity and inclusion council. Um, that has been one of the best initiatives in the company with many people, volunteering to participate. It's very active. We have ambassadors at each of our major locations across the company, and we also I will highlight, um, and promote it all the way up through our board. In fact, if you look at our board today, our board is about 40% diverse. So this is truly something that we take throughout the organization at all levels. We measure ourselves on diversity goals and we make sure that we're achieving the metrics. And the objective is really to try and make sure that every employee feels engaged at Parsons and is able to contribute fully. Linda Bauer Darr: Yeah, that is, um, that it, it sounds like, you know, it's, it was a, was a seed and it's grown and it's taking on more kind of speed and kind of heft as time goes along. And I met, you know, the way that you set it up, you described having an ambassador at each location, you know, with the company, the size of Parsons. It can't all come from you. I know you have pressure to be everywhere at once, right. At all these different locations, um, to try to kind of share your me message and your passion and your vision for Parsons. So how do you keep those ambassadors. kind of on message and how much do they have, um, kind of free reign to do their thing? How do, how do you package it all together with the company as large as yours with these ambassadors? Is it all these separate locations? Carey Smith: So we set up specific goals that we're gonna do as a, at the company level. So a goal might be one year we wanna improve mentoring across the company. A goal might be that we set up enterprise business resource groups. So they're basically affinity groups. And once we sort of have the corporate objectives, then we flow those down to each of the ambassadors. And the ambassadors do have the authority to do what makes sense in their local area, because each area, as you know, particularly in the engineering field is different. It's a lot different if I'm at a facility in Virginia versus a facility in California versus facility in Florida, right. So they can create events and activities that are meaningful to their particular location. Linda Bauer Darr: How do you choose who these ambassadors are gonna be? Do they have to represent a diverse constituency to begin with? Or how do you choose them? Carey Smith: We let them volunteer. Okay. Um, and we think that's the best way, because if you're selecting people, then they might not really be the right person for the job and might not put as much into it. So we really say, if we have a major site, let's say in New York city, and we have several hundred people working there, we'll have a volunteer on who wants to be the ambassador. Linda Bauer Darr: That's great. So we have at ACEC a Diversity Equity Inclusion and Belonging Committee. And I think it's like you, I mean, it started out the concept was inclusion and diversity, and it just continues to grow and obviously belonging and, and equity. Um, you know, with this new legislation, equity is much more important. But one of the things that has been interesting as this concept has grown and our involvement has deepened is how, how do you build the leadership of an effort like that? Because if it only people from, you know, diverse backgrounds, gender diversity, ethnic diversity, age, diversity, whatever, um, you might be missing out on the important buy-in that you need for, you know, that, that fever, if you will, the positive fever of really, you know, promot diversity and inclusion throughout the industry, uh, for that fever to grow. So, you know, we have had, we have, a couple of white men that are helping to lead this effort for us. Linda Bauer Darr: It so happens that they also happen to be CEOs of these, you know, some, some very significant firms that have taken this and really run with it. So, um, I would agree with you that, you know, it's the people that really have the most passion, but you need to make sure that it's people that have those experiences having been in the minority in some way, shape or form, but it's also the people that represent kind of, you know, the broader population of that particular industry or profession, because if they're not buying in, then not much is gonna change. So it really takes... Carey Smith: And ultimately to me, it comes down to diversity of thought and to get diversity of thought, you need engagement from everybody in your population, regardless of background. Linda Bauer Darr: And, and I think diversity of experience, you know, diverse experiences lead to that diverse thought. So we could go on about that forever, but we have something a little bit timely to talk about. And that's the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act that, you know, it really has got this whole industry buzzing. We're excited. This is a transformational piece of legislation. Um, I've never seen anything like this in my lifetime. I was born after the Interstate Highway System was, you know, conceived and built. So, um, this, but this is akin to that. It, it it's that big. I know that you all are really embracing the opportunities and you've got your own unique kind of spin on it, a campaign, um, that kind of plays off of the Build Back Better concept, but that is called Build Back Smarter. That's focused on tying traditional infrastructure with technology and innovation. It's great idea. I mean, in a nutshell, it's your grandfather's infrastructure, right? I mean, let's not do it the way that, you know, we've been doing it in the past because society and our planet and, you know, the way people, the digital world that we're in right now, people do things way differently. And so you need to, we need to adapt. And so engineers are leading the way on that. So tell me a little bit about how you all are doing. Carey Smith: So we're very, very excited about the infrastructure bill. It aligns extremely well with Parson's portfolio, whether it's transportation, including work that we do in rail and transit airports, ports, the water wastewater also ties into our portfolio - broadband, and even the utilities work we're involved in, utilities, um, work as well. So we're excited about the bill and what it means for our country. Also highlight too, that we're seeing a lot of growth in global infrastructure. So beyond the United States, there's a lot of spend that's being done in Canada, as well as the Middle East. So for pars, it's a really important time for the infrastructure portion of our business, because we're an advanced technology company. We have two pieces of the business. We have a group that is focused on federal government and really develops advanced technology like artificial intelligence, data analytics capabilities. Carey Smith: We have some unique uses of drones and we do a lot of work in cybersecurity. So we have the ability to build back smarter because we take our advanced technology capabilities. We apply those to the infrastructure side of the business. So if you think about some examples would be instead designing roads and highways for a 30 year lifespan or bridges tunnels, dams, how do you design them for a hundred year lifespan? You include sensors that can perform monitoring and basically give you better predictability. How do you use drones to be able to do inspection of bridges? How do you apply artificial intelligence to a system that does advanced traffic management to be able to get better predictability on accidents? When things would be cleared up, people moving around more safely, um, use of sensors for things like an intelligent intersection. You know, our intersections were kind of set and they basically didn't change for like three to five years now, post COVID we've got whole different traffic patterns. So how do we use the intelligent intersection so that they change dynamically and allow responders the ability to get through. So to encapsulate all that, it really means Build Back Smarter. Um, this is the opportunity to Build Back Smarter and really design for the future. Linda Bauer Darr: I love that. And, um, one of the reasons I love that so much is because it really showcases engineering, right? I mean, people talk about the Recovery Act, you know, during the Obama administration and shovel ready projects. And as you know, that, you know, that's a, that's a red flag for engineers when they hear shovel ready projects, because it means there's not gonna be a lot of thought going into, you know, laying down that asphalt and concrete, this is in a lot of people's views, you know, much better use of our funds because it does promote the sustainability. The long-term project development that you know, is, we're not gonna have to redo, you know, five years down the road. Carey Smith: Right. Linda Bauer Darr: You know, under having that predictability, having those sensors kind of accelerating our, um, you know, the, the way that we use the infrastructure to promote mobility and, you know, our economic backbone, um, it's exciting. And so you guys are right at the crossroads of that. Carey Smith: Yeah. It is really exciting, even, you know, a couple other examples. If you think about airports of the future, how those will be reinvented post COVID, you know, the whole way from the time you get outta your car, you go into the airport, you check in, you do your baggage, you know, you might have integrated health screening combined with ticketing, um, the way you drive up to park, that can all be different. It can all be used of sensors. So I mean, everything in our life really can be reimagined. We like to say at Parsons, we create the future, and this truly an opportunity to create the future of infrastructure. Linda Bauer Darr: Yeah. You know, it's you think about what the origin of the need for a lot of this is, and to some extent, I think we've all been spoiled by Amazon over the years. You know, and the easy button, you know, those concepts of, I don't wanna work too hard for it. And in this digital environment, I can just push a button and all this has been calculated. And that entry to the airport is a great example of that. You know, we're all in a hurry. We don't wanna expend a lot of effort getting all the checks, you know, done just for us to get on a flight, um, you know, for engineers to come in and figure out how to do it. That's a great example of problem solving that really is, you know, central to who our folks are as engineers. Linda Bauer Darr: So we are getting close to the end of our time here. I think I have a couple more points that I wanted to raise with you, and then, you know, Carey, anything you wanna raise this, uh, course, you know, I'd be, be happy to hear your views on what's going on and what you want us to know about what's happening at Parsons. But you know, you talked already a bit about cyber security and cyber protection of critical infrastructure assets. This is so important. It's important for our nation's safety. It's important for our economic safety. It's important for, you know, the privacy of consumers. You know, and we've, we've heard about so many engineering firms who have, suffered because of the bad guys that are out there. And, you know, they know that without our kind of hands in the middle of so many of these really critical projects that if we are vulnerable, they're gonna find a way in. And so you guys are really working big in that space. I'd like to hear a little bit more about, you know, how you think you all are gonna be able to kind of move the ball forward in that regard. Carey Smith: Yes. If you look at the Department of Homeland Security has defined 16 critical infrastructure sectors, and the way we approach it from Parsons is we look at areas that are highly regulated, that are high threat driven in areas that we have domain expertise, because the intersection of those three pillars is basically, um, we're differentiated in those markets. And those are the gonna be the ones that get the most funding as well, because they're gonna be the most under attack. So if you step back and look out at the 16 segments we play in transportation, we play in utilities, we play in facilities area and also in healthcare to just to name a few of the sectors. And what we can do that is unique is because we do have extensive cybersecurity capabilities. We understand, for example, how an airport operates. We understand how a port operates. We understand how a utility company operates. So we're best equipped to be able to provide that cybersecurity protection. And I would say it goes beyond cyber for information technology, because also have the operational technology component. So if you think about SCADA systems or industrial control systems, those were put into those sectors, basically without security in mind at the time that those were designed. So Parsons is able to come in and approach protecting different sectors, both from an IT perspective, as well as an OT perspective. Linda Bauer Darr: Right, so you know, it's, you said, those systems were put in place without kind of a consideration for security. They were put in place for efficiency. Right. And, you know, because we were on everything now we want it yesterday. Right. So now we're at a position we're in a position where we're really having to kind of go back and, and reinvent aren't we? Carey Smith: Yeah. Most definitely protect things, legacy systems that are out there. But most importantly, design with security in mind, as you put new systems, greenfield systems in place. Linda Bauer Darr: So, um, just take a minute, if you will, and tell me about some of the exciting projects you all are involved in right now, if you were gonna say, you know, here is the poster child of how Parsons is involved in innovative engineering solutions that, um, we want the world's policymakers to know about what kinds of things fall into that category for you? Carey Smith: Well, so I, I would say, um, starting with critical infrastructure sector, one of our biggest projects would be the LAX modernization program. That's an example of where we're a program, basically, an owner engineer, a program management office, providing support to what is probably the largest aviation infrastructure project that's underway. If I move around the world to the middle east, we're involved in some exciting programs, there, an example would be NEOM, which is a new city industrial city. That's gonna be built on the Red Sea. And NEOM is gonna be basically designed from the sand-up. So there's gonna be a new airport, for example, that's gonna be put into NEOM. We won a program management job there, and we're in the process of pursuing the airport opportunity. If I move around the world a little bit further up into Canada, we're involved in some of the major rail projects up in Canada - Edmonton Light Rail Transit would be a big one. And then on the federal side of our house, I mentioned cybersecurity's a big area for us, and that is to tied infrastructure, but we do a lot of work in the space area in terms of integrated launch, space, ground systems, and space, situational awareness. And then we're involved in some missile defense projects as well. Linda Bauer Darr: Wow. That really is a very diverse portfolio. That's gotta be a lot to keep up with it. One thing I'm noticing as you're talking about these projects, all are, you know, big and obviously impactful, hugely consequential, but if I am a 16 or 17 year old, and I'm thinking about going to college, and I'm thinking about changing the world, I wanna look at an engineering that is doing something that I know is gonna make the world safer or make the world ultimately healthier, you know, dealing with, for example, climate change, extreme weather issues. I think these are the kinds of motivating concepts where, you know, the people that are coming outta high school and college these days are saying, you know, how can I, how can I make a difference? You know, I don't wanna, I don't wanna just go to a nine to five job and, you know, sign a time sheet and push around a bunch of paper. I wanna make a difference. So what do you have at Parsons that's going on right now where you think the young people of today would be really inspired? Carey Smith: Yeah. So first our motto is we deliver a better world at Parsons. We deliver a world that is safer that is more efficient. And that's true whether it's the federal side of our business or the critical infrastructure side of the business. And what I would say to somebody at age is we're all about creating the future. I was asked recently, well, what company do you wanna emulate? And I said, we don't wanna emulate anybody. We're creating a company that is designing the future, whether it's future or transportation, or the future of defense or the future of cyber. That's what we're about. So I would say to a young person, if you wanna create the future, come join Parsons because that's what we're gonna be doing. Linda Bauer Darr: Right. That's and that's exciting who wouldn't wanna do that, right Jeff? Host: Absolutely. Linda Bauer Darr: That brings us to... Host: Well, um, right about right about time, actually, and that was a fantastic conversation. And I think it's a good example of the diversity of the work that, Parsons is engaged in and our, and our industry is engaged in, and for those listening who may not be completely familiar with engineering or, you know, it's that wide gamit of the services, the intellectual power of trying to solve complex challenges that make your lives better, uh, our lives better and also our nation more secure and productive. And, and I think from the conversation, it is, it's a good explanation that Parson is directly engaged in all of those fronts. And then of course it was a great opportunity to hear from two executives on, you know, really with this great opportunity with the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and, and all of this potential that is there because now that the policy is done, we've moved to implementation and that's where it comes into our field to actually make policy translate into something tangible. Host: But this is, this has been great. And I do appreciate the time Carey that you've given us. And we look forward to working with Parsons as an active member of the ACEC community in the months and years ahead. And Linda, thank you very much for adding your expertise. And it's, it's always great to take a backseat to allow people who are actually doing things to talk about it. So thank you very much. And again, this has been Engineering Influence, a podcast from the American Council of Engineering Companies, and we'll see you again real soon.    

Political Economy Forum
#69 - Should the West continue to promote democracy? - w/ Herrold and Prakash

Political Economy Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 35:05


In this episode, Prof. Catherine Herrold of Syracuse University's Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs and Prof. Aseem Prakash of the University of Washington discuss with Nicolas Wittstock the track record of democracy promotion abroad. Herrold and Prakash argue that instead of recreating Western institutions across the world, promoters of democracy should rather aim to empower local initiatives of Pluralism.

New Books Network
Ryan D. Griffiths, "Secession and the Sovereignty Game: Strategy and Tactics for Aspiring Nations" (Cornell UP, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 52:30


Secession and the Sovereignty Game: Strategy and Tactics for Aspiring Nations offers a strategic theory for how secessionist movements attempt to win independence. The rules and informal practices of sovereign recognition create a strategic playing field between existing states and aspiring nations, i.e., "the sovereignty game." To win sovereign statehood, all secessionist movements have to maneuver on the same strategic playing field while varying their tactics according to local conditions. To obtain recognition, secessionist movements use tactics of electoral capture, nonviolent civil resistance, and violence. To persuade the home state and the international community, they appeal to normative arguments regarding earned sovereignty, decolonization, the right to choose, inherent sovereignty, and human rights. The book combines original data analysis, fieldwork, interviews with secessionist leaders, and case studies on Catalonia, the Murrawarri Republic, West Papua, Bougainville, New Caledonia, and Northern Cyprus Ryan Griffiths is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Syracuse University. His research focuses on the dynamics of secession and the study of sovereignty, state systems, and international orders. His most recent book is Secession and the Sovereignty Game: Strategy and Tactics for Aspiring Nations (Cornell University Press, 2021). His previous posts include the University of Sydney, Johns Hopkins University, Yale University, and the Barcelona Institute for International Studies (IBEI). He completed his PhD at Columbia University in 2010. Aditya Srinivasan assisted with this episode. Lamis Abdelaaty is an assistant professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Political Science
Ryan D. Griffiths, "Secession and the Sovereignty Game: Strategy and Tactics for Aspiring Nations" (Cornell UP, 2021)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 52:30


Secession and the Sovereignty Game: Strategy and Tactics for Aspiring Nations offers a strategic theory for how secessionist movements attempt to win independence. The rules and informal practices of sovereign recognition create a strategic playing field between existing states and aspiring nations, i.e., "the sovereignty game." To win sovereign statehood, all secessionist movements have to maneuver on the same strategic playing field while varying their tactics according to local conditions. To obtain recognition, secessionist movements use tactics of electoral capture, nonviolent civil resistance, and violence. To persuade the home state and the international community, they appeal to normative arguments regarding earned sovereignty, decolonization, the right to choose, inherent sovereignty, and human rights. The book combines original data analysis, fieldwork, interviews with secessionist leaders, and case studies on Catalonia, the Murrawarri Republic, West Papua, Bougainville, New Caledonia, and Northern Cyprus Ryan Griffiths is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Syracuse University. His research focuses on the dynamics of secession and the study of sovereignty, state systems, and international orders. His most recent book is Secession and the Sovereignty Game: Strategy and Tactics for Aspiring Nations (Cornell University Press, 2021). His previous posts include the University of Sydney, Johns Hopkins University, Yale University, and the Barcelona Institute for International Studies (IBEI). He completed his PhD at Columbia University in 2010. Aditya Srinivasan assisted with this episode. Lamis Abdelaaty is an assistant professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

New Books in World Affairs
Ryan D. Griffiths, "Secession and the Sovereignty Game: Strategy and Tactics for Aspiring Nations" (Cornell UP, 2021)

New Books in World Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 52:30


Secession and the Sovereignty Game: Strategy and Tactics for Aspiring Nations offers a strategic theory for how secessionist movements attempt to win independence. The rules and informal practices of sovereign recognition create a strategic playing field between existing states and aspiring nations, i.e., "the sovereignty game." To win sovereign statehood, all secessionist movements have to maneuver on the same strategic playing field while varying their tactics according to local conditions. To obtain recognition, secessionist movements use tactics of electoral capture, nonviolent civil resistance, and violence. To persuade the home state and the international community, they appeal to normative arguments regarding earned sovereignty, decolonization, the right to choose, inherent sovereignty, and human rights. The book combines original data analysis, fieldwork, interviews with secessionist leaders, and case studies on Catalonia, the Murrawarri Republic, West Papua, Bougainville, New Caledonia, and Northern Cyprus Ryan Griffiths is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Syracuse University. His research focuses on the dynamics of secession and the study of sovereignty, state systems, and international orders. His most recent book is Secession and the Sovereignty Game: Strategy and Tactics for Aspiring Nations (Cornell University Press, 2021). His previous posts include the University of Sydney, Johns Hopkins University, Yale University, and the Barcelona Institute for International Studies (IBEI). He completed his PhD at Columbia University in 2010. Aditya Srinivasan assisted with this episode. Lamis Abdelaaty is an assistant professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/world-affairs

Parenting Roundabout
Roundabout Roundup: The Dutch House, Okocat Natural Wood Clumping Litter, and Buy Military-Owned Guide

Parenting Roundabout

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 7:26


On this week's Roundabout Roundup: Catherine enjoyed a novel by Ann Patchett, The Dutch House (and the audiobook narrated by Tom Hanks) [http://www.annpatchett.com/the-dutch-house]. Nicole suggests an alternative cat littler, Okocat Natural Wood Clumping Litter [https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00U0OVT9M/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1]. And Terri found a resource for browsing small businesses owned by veterans, active-duty military, reservists, and their spouses: The Buy Military-Owned Guide from Syracuse University's Institute for Veterans and Military Families [https://ivmf.syracuse.edu/buy-military-owned].

'Cuse Conversations
Felisha Legette-Jack '89: Using Basketball to Transform Lives

'Cuse Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 33:47


Felisha Legette-Jack '89 was a standout for the Syracuse University women's basketball team who recently became the University's first female student-athlete to have her jersey number retired high atop the Dome. Playing basketball and earning dual degrees in child and family studies and psychology transformed Legette-Jack's life, and now, Legette-Jack is helping to change the lives of her student-athletes as the head women's basketball coach at the University at Buffalo. Hear how Legette-Jack, who grew up in the shadows of the Dome, transformed her life thanks to her time at Syracuse University, why she wanted to establish a dominant women's basketball program on campus, how an injury opened her eyes to becoming a coach, and why she preferred playing in the intimate Manley Field House atmosphere compared to the Dome.

New Books in Political Science
Jason Lyall, "Divided Armies: Inequality and Battlefield Performance in Modern War" (Princeton UP, 2020)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 54:23


Why do some armies fare better than others on the battlefield? In Divided Armies: Inequality and Battlefield Performance in Modern War (Princeton UP, 2020), Jason Lyall argues that a state's prewar treatment of ethnic groups within its population determine subsequent battlefield performance. Treating certain ethnic groups as second-class citizens, either by subjecting them to state-sanctioned discrimination or, worse, violence, undermines interethnic trust, fuels grievances, and leads victimized soldiers to subvert military authorities once war begins. The author tests this argument using Project Mars, a new dataset on conventional wars fought since 1800. Combining historical comparisons and statistical analysis, he also marshals evidence from nine wars, ranging from the Eastern Fronts of World Wars I and II to less familiar wars in Africa and Central Asia, to illustrate inequality's effects. Divided Armies was awarded the 2021 Peter Katzenstein Book Prize, the 2020 Joseph Lepgold Prize, and was named a "Best of 2020" book by Foreign Affairs. Jason Lyall is the inaugural James Wright Chair of Transnational Studies and Associate Professor in the Government department. He also directs the Political Violence FieldLab at the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding. His research examines the effects and effectiveness of political violence in civil and conventional wars. His research has been published in the American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, International Organization, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Journal of Peace Research, Journal of Politics, and World Politics, among others. He has received funding from AidData/USAID, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, the MacArthur Foundation, the Folke Bernadotte Academy, and the United States Institute of Peace. He has conducted fieldwork in Russia and Afghanistan, where he served as the Technical Adviser for USAID's Measuring the Impact of Stabilization Initiatives (MISTI) project during 2012-15. He was named an Andrew Carnegie Fellow in 2020. Aditya Srinivasan assisted with this episode. Lamis Abdelaaty is an assistant professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

New Books in Sociology
Jason Lyall, "Divided Armies: Inequality and Battlefield Performance in Modern War" (Princeton UP, 2020)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 54:23


Why do some armies fare better than others on the battlefield? In Divided Armies: Inequality and Battlefield Performance in Modern War (Princeton UP, 2020), Jason Lyall argues that a state's prewar treatment of ethnic groups within its population determine subsequent battlefield performance. Treating certain ethnic groups as second-class citizens, either by subjecting them to state-sanctioned discrimination or, worse, violence, undermines interethnic trust, fuels grievances, and leads victimized soldiers to subvert military authorities once war begins. The author tests this argument using Project Mars, a new dataset on conventional wars fought since 1800. Combining historical comparisons and statistical analysis, he also marshals evidence from nine wars, ranging from the Eastern Fronts of World Wars I and II to less familiar wars in Africa and Central Asia, to illustrate inequality's effects. Divided Armies was awarded the 2021 Peter Katzenstein Book Prize, the 2020 Joseph Lepgold Prize, and was named a "Best of 2020" book by Foreign Affairs. Jason Lyall is the inaugural James Wright Chair of Transnational Studies and Associate Professor in the Government department. He also directs the Political Violence FieldLab at the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding. His research examines the effects and effectiveness of political violence in civil and conventional wars. His research has been published in the American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, International Organization, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Journal of Peace Research, Journal of Politics, and World Politics, among others. He has received funding from AidData/USAID, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, the MacArthur Foundation, the Folke Bernadotte Academy, and the United States Institute of Peace. He has conducted fieldwork in Russia and Afghanistan, where he served as the Technical Adviser for USAID's Measuring the Impact of Stabilization Initiatives (MISTI) project during 2012-15. He was named an Andrew Carnegie Fellow in 2020. Aditya Srinivasan assisted with this episode. Lamis Abdelaaty is an assistant professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books in World Affairs
Jason Lyall, "Divided Armies: Inequality and Battlefield Performance in Modern War" (Princeton UP, 2020)

New Books in World Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 54:23


Why do some armies fare better than others on the battlefield? In Divided Armies: Inequality and Battlefield Performance in Modern War (Princeton UP, 2020), Jason Lyall argues that a state's prewar treatment of ethnic groups within its population determine subsequent battlefield performance. Treating certain ethnic groups as second-class citizens, either by subjecting them to state-sanctioned discrimination or, worse, violence, undermines interethnic trust, fuels grievances, and leads victimized soldiers to subvert military authorities once war begins. The author tests this argument using Project Mars, a new dataset on conventional wars fought since 1800. Combining historical comparisons and statistical analysis, he also marshals evidence from nine wars, ranging from the Eastern Fronts of World Wars I and II to less familiar wars in Africa and Central Asia, to illustrate inequality's effects. Divided Armies was awarded the 2021 Peter Katzenstein Book Prize, the 2020 Joseph Lepgold Prize, and was named a "Best of 2020" book by Foreign Affairs. Jason Lyall is the inaugural James Wright Chair of Transnational Studies and Associate Professor in the Government department. He also directs the Political Violence FieldLab at the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding. His research examines the effects and effectiveness of political violence in civil and conventional wars. His research has been published in the American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, International Organization, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Journal of Peace Research, Journal of Politics, and World Politics, among others. He has received funding from AidData/USAID, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, the MacArthur Foundation, the Folke Bernadotte Academy, and the United States Institute of Peace. He has conducted fieldwork in Russia and Afghanistan, where he served as the Technical Adviser for USAID's Measuring the Impact of Stabilization Initiatives (MISTI) project during 2012-15. He was named an Andrew Carnegie Fellow in 2020. Aditya Srinivasan assisted with this episode. Lamis Abdelaaty is an assistant professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/world-affairs

New Books Network
Jason Lyall, "Divided Armies: Inequality and Battlefield Performance in Modern War" (Princeton UP, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 54:23


Why do some armies fare better than others on the battlefield? In Divided Armies: Inequality and Battlefield Performance in Modern War (Princeton UP, 2020), Jason Lyall argues that a state's prewar treatment of ethnic groups within its population determine subsequent battlefield performance. Treating certain ethnic groups as second-class citizens, either by subjecting them to state-sanctioned discrimination or, worse, violence, undermines interethnic trust, fuels grievances, and leads victimized soldiers to subvert military authorities once war begins. The author tests this argument using Project Mars, a new dataset on conventional wars fought since 1800. Combining historical comparisons and statistical analysis, he also marshals evidence from nine wars, ranging from the Eastern Fronts of World Wars I and II to less familiar wars in Africa and Central Asia, to illustrate inequality's effects. Divided Armies was awarded the 2021 Peter Katzenstein Book Prize, the 2020 Joseph Lepgold Prize, and was named a "Best of 2020" book by Foreign Affairs. Jason Lyall is the inaugural James Wright Chair of Transnational Studies and Associate Professor in the Government department. He also directs the Political Violence FieldLab at the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding. His research examines the effects and effectiveness of political violence in civil and conventional wars. His research has been published in the American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, International Organization, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Journal of Peace Research, Journal of Politics, and World Politics, among others. He has received funding from AidData/USAID, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, the MacArthur Foundation, the Folke Bernadotte Academy, and the United States Institute of Peace. He has conducted fieldwork in Russia and Afghanistan, where he served as the Technical Adviser for USAID's Measuring the Impact of Stabilization Initiatives (MISTI) project during 2012-15. He was named an Andrew Carnegie Fellow in 2020. Aditya Srinivasan assisted with this episode. Lamis Abdelaaty is an assistant professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in History
Jason Lyall, "Divided Armies: Inequality and Battlefield Performance in Modern War" (Princeton UP, 2020)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 54:23


Why do some armies fare better than others on the battlefield? In Divided Armies: Inequality and Battlefield Performance in Modern War (Princeton UP, 2020), Jason Lyall argues that a state's prewar treatment of ethnic groups within its population determine subsequent battlefield performance. Treating certain ethnic groups as second-class citizens, either by subjecting them to state-sanctioned discrimination or, worse, violence, undermines interethnic trust, fuels grievances, and leads victimized soldiers to subvert military authorities once war begins. The author tests this argument using Project Mars, a new dataset on conventional wars fought since 1800. Combining historical comparisons and statistical analysis, he also marshals evidence from nine wars, ranging from the Eastern Fronts of World Wars I and II to less familiar wars in Africa and Central Asia, to illustrate inequality's effects. Divided Armies was awarded the 2021 Peter Katzenstein Book Prize, the 2020 Joseph Lepgold Prize, and was named a "Best of 2020" book by Foreign Affairs. Jason Lyall is the inaugural James Wright Chair of Transnational Studies and Associate Professor in the Government department. He also directs the Political Violence FieldLab at the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding. His research examines the effects and effectiveness of political violence in civil and conventional wars. His research has been published in the American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, International Organization, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Journal of Peace Research, Journal of Politics, and World Politics, among others. He has received funding from AidData/USAID, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, the MacArthur Foundation, the Folke Bernadotte Academy, and the United States Institute of Peace. He has conducted fieldwork in Russia and Afghanistan, where he served as the Technical Adviser for USAID's Measuring the Impact of Stabilization Initiatives (MISTI) project during 2012-15. He was named an Andrew Carnegie Fellow in 2020. Aditya Srinivasan assisted with this episode. Lamis Abdelaaty is an assistant professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Military History
Jason Lyall, "Divided Armies: Inequality and Battlefield Performance in Modern War" (Princeton UP, 2020)

New Books in Military History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 54:23


Why do some armies fare better than others on the battlefield? In Divided Armies: Inequality and Battlefield Performance in Modern War (Princeton UP, 2020), Jason Lyall argues that a state's prewar treatment of ethnic groups within its population determine subsequent battlefield performance. Treating certain ethnic groups as second-class citizens, either by subjecting them to state-sanctioned discrimination or, worse, violence, undermines interethnic trust, fuels grievances, and leads victimized soldiers to subvert military authorities once war begins. The author tests this argument using Project Mars, a new dataset on conventional wars fought since 1800. Combining historical comparisons and statistical analysis, he also marshals evidence from nine wars, ranging from the Eastern Fronts of World Wars I and II to less familiar wars in Africa and Central Asia, to illustrate inequality's effects. Divided Armies was awarded the 2021 Peter Katzenstein Book Prize, the 2020 Joseph Lepgold Prize, and was named a "Best of 2020" book by Foreign Affairs. Jason Lyall is the inaugural James Wright Chair of Transnational Studies and Associate Professor in the Government department. He also directs the Political Violence FieldLab at the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding. His research examines the effects and effectiveness of political violence in civil and conventional wars. His research has been published in the American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, International Organization, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Journal of Peace Research, Journal of Politics, and World Politics, among others. He has received funding from AidData/USAID, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, the MacArthur Foundation, the Folke Bernadotte Academy, and the United States Institute of Peace. He has conducted fieldwork in Russia and Afghanistan, where he served as the Technical Adviser for USAID's Measuring the Impact of Stabilization Initiatives (MISTI) project during 2012-15. He was named an Andrew Carnegie Fellow in 2020. Aditya Srinivasan assisted with this episode. Lamis Abdelaaty is an assistant professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/military-history

Voices of Customer Experience
Chris Wallace - Scaling Frontline CX Knowledge Throughout Your Company - S8E13

Voices of Customer Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 33:54


On this week's episode, we talked to Chris Wallace about scaling the best of your frontline employee's knowledge, experience and expertise all the way up to the executive suite so that your company can make the most of it.

The Fee for Service Dentist Podcast
Digital Printing & Incredible ROI

The Fee for Service Dentist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 63:09


FFS Podcast Promotional Links:  ONLY $397: Dental Membership Master Course with Dr. Chris Phelps www.membershipmastercourse.com Dental Membership Direct www.dentalmembershipdirect.com Dental Financing Direct www.dentalfinancingdirect.com   About Dr. Sonny Spera Dr. Sonny Spera graduated from Union Endicott High School in 1981. With a four-year basketball scholarship he graduated from Syracuse University in 1985; majoring in Chemistry and Psychology. He was a member of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. He was also the co-captain of the 1984-1985 Syracuse basketball team. Dr. Spera graduated from SUNY Buffalo Dental School in 1989 in the top 10% of his class. At SUNY Buffalo Dental School he was a member of the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honorary Society. He was also UB Graduate Assistant Basketball coach.  Dr. Spera has been in private practice since 1989 and is a member of the American Dental Association, the New York State Dental Association, the Sixth District Dental Society and the Broome County Dental Society. He is also a member of the International Association of Orthodontics, the BC Dental Society and the BCDS Study Club. Away from the office, he volunteers with several community organizations, including the Elks Club, the Son's of Italy, the STNY Flyers, the Academy of General Dentistry, and the Basketball Coaches Association of New York. He is the founder and president of ME Hoops Inc. Dr. Spera currently resides with his wife Angela, whom he met at Syracuse University, and their three children, Marcus, Erica, and Carla. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, basketball, golf, music and movies. 607-624-2962 (Cell) Sonnyspera@gmail.com Www.progressivedentalny.com   Do you have a FFS practice? Would you like to be interviewed? Fill out the FFS Stories request form here: https://goo.gl/forms/7TaUF9Nqi49l1RFF2

Behind the Vinyl
#98 - Ross Farrar (Spice & Ceremony)

Behind the Vinyl

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 40:39


Ross Farrar is a punk through-and-through. He grew up in California and listened to some of the legends that came from his home state such as Black Flag and The Circle Jerks. It eventually led to Ross joining a band of his own who became instant hits in the punk scene. His band, Ceremony became known for their wild and physical shows, which put them on notice. Ross is currently in a few projects now. One of his main focuses, SPICE, released their debut sell-titled debut album last year. It brought an alternative sound, which was outside of the typical punk narrative that Ross' bands have. Nonetheless, it was heavily listened to and received great feedback. On the heels of a successful debut record, SPICE decided to put out two singles this Fall. “A Better Treatment” and “Everyone Gets In” came out in November and brought back that classic punk sound again. Both songs have deep meanings to the band, especially “A Better Treatment,” which is about a friend who passed away. Ross is a huge talent, not only in music, but outside of it too. In this episode we talked about Ross getting his Masters at Syracuse University, his poetry and teaching career, carrying a camera around while on tour, and a bunch of other cool stories related to Ceremony and SPICE. Check out his projects! SPICE Bandcamp: https://spiceispain.bandcamp.com

Jesus In the Morning
Bishop Noel Jones at West Angeles GOGIC

Jesus In the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 176:00


Noel Jones is a Jamaican-American minister and a Pentecostal bishop. He is the senior pastor of the City of Refuge Church in Gardena, California, which has about 17,000 members, and was formerly the Greater Bethany Community Church. Noel Jones (born January 31, 1950) is a Jamaican-American minister and a Pentecostal bishop. He is the senior pastor of the City of Refuge Church in Gardena. Grace Jones and Bishop Noel Jones are sister and brother. Grace Jones, born in Jamaica on May 19, 1948, is a well-known actress, singer, lyricist, dancer and supermodel; she relocated to New York with her family in 1965 and studied theatre at Syracuse University.

I Want to Put a Baby in You!
Episode 130: Fertility and Film– Jessica McGaugh and Roma Sur

I Want to Put a Baby in You!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 25:37


Jessica McGaugh is an award-winning independent film director, cinematographer and editor working out of Denver, Colorado. Her work has been screened internationally including the Mumbai International Film Festival, Denver Film Festival, NDTV and Rocky Mountain PBS. Her feature films Red Pearl and Three Worlds, One Stage are distributed internationally on VOD and SVOD platforms. Jessica received an MFA in Film from Syracuse University and is currently teaching in the Film & Television Department at the University of Colorado Denver. Roma Sur is a screenwriter and a documentary filmmaker, based in Denver, Colorado. After having lost her father at the age of four, she and her sister were raised by their mother in one of the most unsafe cities of India. Not surprisingly, her characters are usually fierce, independent women, or young adult, who know how to give adversity a tight backhand. She writes young adult and female driven dramas with levity, that are a cross-pollination of her immigrant experience of living in the US for twenty years, and her childhood in India. Her recent feature screenplay, “The Rock Within”, has got acknowledged by the Sundance Asian American lab, Stowe Story Labs, India's leading pitch market, Film Bazaar, and Screencraft's Funding contest. Sur has also served as an Executive Producer on two award-winning web series. She has been teaching fiction and non-fiction writing at the University of Colorado since 2009. The Rock Within is crafted by an Asian-American female Screenwriter, who battled infertility for over four years and a Director who had three miscarriages. The story is told through the voice of the female lead, Trisha Sen. It is anchored in the cross-cultural friendship that she creates with the second lead, Jennie Gaw. This forms the emotional core of the movie, which is a fresh take on the subject of infertility. The narrative is punctuated with humor and adventure without making light of the subject. The diverse nature of this project opens it up to a much broader international audience. The story ends on an uplifting note, proving a strong cathartic arc. Listen to Jessica and Roma as they discuss with Ellen and Jenn: • How Jessica and Roma became friends and started to make movies together. • Jessica's experience with miscarriage and how common, and yet not talked about, that experience is. • Roma's experience with IUI, IVF, and trying to have a second child. • The film making process and working with industry leaders and screen writers to delve into a difficult topic but keep their film upbeat. • Jessica and Roma's recommendations of movies and shows related to infertility. Want to share your story or ask a question? Call and leave us a message on our hotline: 303-997-1903. Learn more about our podcast: https://iwanttoputababyinyou.com/ Learn more about our surrogacy agencies: https://www.brightfuturesfamilies.com/ Get your IWTPABIY merch here! https://iwanttoputababyinyou.com/merch Learn more about Ellen's law firm: http://trachmanlawcenter.com/ For movie updates visit: https://www.instagram.com/therockwithinmovie/?hl=en or https://www.facebook.com/therockwithinmovie Learn about Jessica: https://www.jessicamcgaw.com/about Learn about Roma: https://www.surcreations.com #BrightFuturesFamilies #GrowingFamilies #Surrogacy #IntendedParents #IVF

Lions on Leashes
Ep. 36 - Dr. Regina Luttrell & Dr. Karen McGrath, Authors, Generation Z: The Superhero Generation

Lions on Leashes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 65:31


Our first episode as a party of three! Dr. Regina Luttrell and Dr. Karen McGrath have co-written three books one of these books is about the business of craftbrewing called, Brew Your Business: The Ultimate Craft Beer Playbook, and the other two are generational books: The Millennial Mindset: Unraveling Fact from Fiction, and Generation Z: The Superhero Generation. During our interview, we focus on the cultural characteristics and traits of Gen Z and how they differ from Millennials and Gen Xers. From cancel culture to soft skills, to their relationship with mass media, to their values on travel and money, we can all use this insight to better understand and communicate with a generation that will impact this world for centuries to come. Dr. Regina Luttrell is an Associate Professor and the Associate Dean for Research & Creative Activity in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. Dr. Karen McGrath has been a professor for over 30 years, 24 of them being at The College of Saint Rose. What We Talk About: - The relationship morphed from student to colleagues to friends - Characteristics and differences between Gen Z and Millennials - Changes in activism - Stop what if-ing and start trying - Sustainability being impacted by issues of race, class, gender - Tolerance of other perspectives - The idea of being proactive Resources: Purchase your copy of Generation Z: The Superhero Generation on Amazon! LinkedIn: Dr. Regina Luttrell LinkedIn: Dr. Karen McGrath

Building Ideas
Episode 56_Tom Gelehrter

Building Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 58:42


Tom Gelehrter is the President & Founder of 4th Floor Creative. For the past six seasons, Tom has led the FC Cincinnati broadcast team, bringing 21 years of experience to the booth. Gelehrter served as the “Voice of FC Cincinnati” throughout the USL era and has extensive experience on both television and radio, having called games for ESPNU, ESPN3, FOX Sports Ohio and 700-WLW. Before founding his Cincinnati-based production house, 4th Floor Creative, he spent nine years as the Senior Director of New Media and Broadcasting at the University of Cincinnati. Additionally, Gelehrter called soccer on the collegiate level at both the University of Akron and the University of Cincinnati and hosted the weekly television shows for Bearcats football and basketball for seven years. He is a 2002 graduate of Syracuse University. Tom and his wife Marissa reside in Cincinnati with their two sons.

HALO Talks
Episode #302: Danielle Donovan, CHEERFIT, CEO

HALO Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 23:30


A former D1 cheerleader for Syracuse University, Danielle Donovan founded CHEERFIT after tearing her ACL twice. She decided to forgo surgery and worked to rehab her injuries herself. "Cheerleading has evolved from cheering for sports to becoming its own sport in general . . . It's going to be featured in the next Olympics!" she states. CHEERFIT offers a 2-day, 8 hour certification with standardized workouts appropriate for kids as young as 6-8, for both cheerleading gyms and for selling directly into the health clubs. She chats with Pete about how her program has scaled from just "fitness for cheerleaders" to include kids of all ages, and even their parents who may have been cheerleaders in the past. Her program could be a strong revenue driver for any club wishing to tap into this extremely fast-growing segment. Listen now to learn more. Download complete transcript here. 

Venture Unlocked: The playbook for venture capital managers.
Lux Capital's co-founder Peter Hebert on the firm's 20 year journey, creating multi-generational success, and the changing dynamics in VC (including their use of SPAC's)

Venture Unlocked: The playbook for venture capital managers.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 63:13


This week we have the treat of hosting Peter Hébert, co-founder and managing partner of Lux Capital, a 21-year-old firm that is a pioneer of deep-tech investing. The firm has nearly $4B in AUM and has led investments in Desktop Metal, Latch, Matterport, and Auris Health which was acquired by J&J in a $6 billion transaction.Prior to Lux, Peter began his career at Lehman Brothers, where he worked in the firm’s Equity Research group. He did his undergrad at Syracuse University and was the Founding President of its first venture organization, Future Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs.I’ve known Peter for nearly a decade and have found the Lux story to be so enjoyable to follow. This episode was a real treat as Peter spoke about the 20+ year “overnight success” story of Lux, which included many difficult times in the early days. Over the years, they had many inflection points and in our episode we talk through those inflection points, how they’ve managed a bi-coastal firm, and Peter’s general thoughts on the market.  Subscribe at ventureunlocked.substack.com

Fostering Change
Fostering Change | Laura Singer

Fostering Change

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 26:27


Although a product of the New Jersey foster care system, Laura Singer is a proud graduate from Syracuse University, Johns Hopkins University and most recently, Georgetown University Law Center. With a passion for advocating for children and foster care reform, Laura plans to dedicate her legal career to making substantial changes to the foster care system. Before law school, she served as a teacher in Washington, DC, as a Teach for America Corps Member. She now works as a law clerk in a family law court in Morris County, New Jersey. She hopes to one day open her own school for children in the foster care system. She is a pageant competitor and uses her platform "Get Out, Go Serve" to mentor at-risk youth. In her spare time, she enjoys running half marathons, travelling and watching all sports (especially fantasy football)! Story Key Notes:

Embark
That Guy, Tai Irwin Talks Job Placement, Lifelong Learning, Editing Mishaps and Pete Townsend

Embark

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 32:27


There are some people you just want to hang around. Tai Irwin is one of them. Funny, thoughtful, curious and always respectful, he has been a fixture in Boston radio, and the voice over community. He keeps a hand in broadcasting with a musical retrospective program on WUMB-FM, while he  is a full-time Job Placement specialist at Boston's Pine Street Inn homeless shelter. Check out the shelter's breadth of services, and discover ways to help on their website.Tai and I get silly, talk audio editing injuries, storytelling, the joy of learning and if Pete Townsend was really ever in The Who. Connect with Tai here.Tai Irwin has been in the business of communications since he voiced a line in a motorcycle spot at 16. Taken under wing by WLIR radio on Long Island, this led eventually to the role of Program Director at WAER, Syracuse University's radio station and a degree from the Newhouse School of Communications in 1981. Being in the right place at the right time meant meeting U2 as they established a firm foothold in North America, along with countless other bands. Hired by WQBKam and fm in Albany NY, he was able to wear two hats as dj on the fm side, and talk show host on the am.In 1985 WFNX hired him after a year of courting, and this led to a ten-year stint as “Morning Guy Tai.” This was also the year he began work as an independent voice/over artist, doing commercial and industrial work on radio, tv and internet platforms.Tai took his unique style, smarts and curiosity to Talk Radio at  WRKO as and 96.9FM, and back to music at WROR-FM. He's freelanced across the country with work in Los Angeles, Seattle, and Sirius Satellite.In 2006 he joined the Audio Engineering staff at The New England Institute of Art in Brookline, MA in the role of Senior Career Advisor. During his 11 years in this position he earned a master's degree in Adult Education, and began teaching college- level Communication Theory, American Popular Music, and First Amendment.In 2018 he became part of the Workforce Development team at Pine Street Inn. 

The Fee for Service Dentist Podcast
FFS Practice Progress

The Fee for Service Dentist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 75:51


FFS Podcast Promotional Links:  ONLY $397: Dental Membership Master Course with Dr. Chris Phelps www.membershipmastercourse.com Dental Membership Direct www.dentalmembershipdirect.com Dental Financing Direct www.dentalfinancingdirect.com   About Dr. Sonny Spera Dr. Sonny Spera graduated from Union Endicott High School in 1981. With a four-year basketball scholarship he graduated from Syracuse University in 1985; majoring in Chemistry and Psychology. He was a member of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. He was also the co-captain of the 1984-1985 Syracuse basketball team. Dr. Spera graduated from SUNY Buffalo Dental School in 1989 in the top 10% of his class. At SUNY Buffalo Dental School he was a member of the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honorary Society. He was also UB Graduate Assistant Basketball coach.  Dr. Spera has been in private practice since 1989 and is a member of the American Dental Association, the New York State Dental Association, the Sixth District Dental Society and the Broome County Dental Society. He is also a member of the International Association of Orthodontics, the BC Dental Society and the BCDS Study Club. Away from the office, he volunteers with several community organizations, including the Elks Club, the Son's of Italy, the STNY Flyers, the Academy of General Dentistry, and the Basketball Coaches Association of New York. He is the founder and president of ME Hoops Inc. Dr. Spera currently resides with his wife Angela, whom he met at Syracuse University, and their three children, Marcus, Erica, and Carla. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, basketball, golf, music and movies. 607-624-2962 (Cell) Sonnyspera@gmail.com Www.progressivedentalny.com   Do you have a FFS practice? Would you like to be interviewed? Fill out the FFS Stories request form here: https://goo.gl/forms/7TaUF9Nqi49l1RFF2

I'll Have Another with Lindsey Hein Podcast
Episode 350: Colin Bennie – 7th Place & Top American at the Boston Marathon

I'll Have Another with Lindsey Hein Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 62:34


Colin Bennie was the top American at the Boston Marathon. He placed 7th and ran a 2:11.26. This was just his third marathon and his first marathon major. Colin ran for Syracuse University and was part of a national championship team there. He placed 9th at the Olympic Trials in 2020 which was his marathon ... more »

The Key Nutrition Podcast
KNP308 - PCOS, Intuitive Eating and Health at any Size with Felice Romallo

The Key Nutrition Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 62:02


On today's show, I was joined by Felice Ramallo. She is a Rochester, NY based Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RD/RDN) and Lead Dietitian at Allara Health. She earned her BS in Nutrition at Syracuse University, and went on to the University at Buffalo for her MS in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetic Internship with a concentration in Culinary Medicine. She also completed her graduate thesis on nutrition for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). Felice appreciates the implications that PCOS has on one's dietary patterns, sleep, exercise/movement, and the relationship with food and one's body. She is committed to a holistic approach that considers all of these factors to produce targeted and personalized results. Her nutrition philosophy is grounded in mindful or Intuitive Eating, and reducing the burden of weight stigma through a pledge to Health at Every Size (HAES). In short, she aims to help patients eat what makes them happy with a goal of teaching not only what to eat, but how to eat in ways that promote health for a lifetime. Felice adores her family and friends, especially her Basset Hound, Estelle, who is learning to speak using buttons. In her free time, you can find her trying out new recipes, hiking around Upstate NY, enjoying Lake Ontario, or going to see live music.   Discount code: keynutrition for 20% off your first Legion order. Order Legion Supplements -> https://bit.ly/3mHRqYV   Connect with us on Instagram Host Brad Jensen – @thesoberbodybuilder Guest Felice Ramallo - @flavorsoffelice Key Nutrition – @keynutrition

PolicyCast
230 How can we invest public funds well when our debates about cost are so flawed?

PolicyCast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 44:00


Linda J. Bilmes, the Daniel Patrick Moynihan Senior Lecturer in Public Policy, is a leading expert on budgetary and public financial issues. Her research focuses on budgeting and public administration in the public, private and non-profit sectors. She is interested in how resources are allocated, particularly defense budgets, costs of war, veterans, sub-national budgeting and public lands. She is a full-time Harvard faculty member, teaching budgeting, cost accounting and public finance, and teaching workshops for newly-elected Mayors and Members of Congress. Since 2005, she has led the Greater Boston Applied Field Lab, an advanced academic program in which teams of student volunteers assist local communities in public finance and operations. She also leads field projects for the Bloomberg Cities program. Dr. Bilmes served as the Senate-confirmed  Assistant Secretary and Chief Financial Officer of the U.S. Department of Commerce under President Bill Clinton.  She currently serves as the sole United States member of the United Nations Committee of Experts on Public Administration (CEPA), and as Vice-chair of Economists for Peace and Security. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University. She was a member of the National Parks Second Century Commission and served on the U.S. National Parks Service Advisory Board for eight years. She is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration. She holds a BA and MBA from Harvard University and a D.Phil from Oxford University.PolicyCast is a production of Harvard Kennedy School and is hosted by Staff Writer and Producer Ralph RanalliPolicyCast is co-produced by Susan Hughes.For more information please visit our web page or contact us at PolicyCast@hks.harvard.edu.

Noggin Notes Podcast
Podcast Episode: The Culture of Social Comparison

Noggin Notes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 75:51


Elliot graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno with a BA in Political Science and International Affairs and an MPA with an emphasis on Public Policy. He earned a second masters degree in Strategic Communication from the University of Iowa. Currently, he is working towards his Juris Doctor at Syracuse University.   Elliot formerly worked as the Deputy Political Director for the Heller for Senate campaign overseeing all of Northern Nevada.   Humans have the unique ability to coordinate behavior, economic exchange, political action, and social relationships across immense distances and times. To keep this level of coordination running smoothly, we often look to others as comparison standards for how to behave, think, and feel.   In todays episode, Jake and Elliot dive deep on the topic of comparisons, especially during this COVID pandemic. They discuss how to be aware of the language we use and the comparisons we create in our daily lives and in society. Hope you Enjoy! Taking a mental health screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, are real, common and treatable. And recovery is possible. To take your Free Mental Health screening visit https://walkthetalkamerica.org/ or click the following link.  TAKE A MENTAL HEALTH TEST We hope you enjoy this episode. Today's show is brought to you by Audible and Zephyr Wellness. Audible is offering our listeners a free audiobook with a 30-day trial membership. Just go to www.audibletrial.com/9WOGmy and browse the unmatched selection of audio programs – download a title free and start listening.. If you have any questions or request send us a message at info@nogginnotes.com / info@zephyrwellness.org Hope you enjoy the podcast and please go ahead subscribe and give us a review of our show. You can write a review on iTunes. 

New Books Network
Raymond C. Kuo, "Following the Leader: Alliance Design, Security Strategies, and Institutional Emulation" (Stanford UP, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 54:17


Nations have powerful incentives to ensure that their military alliances are well-structured. Successful military alliances set long-lasting foundations for global and regional order, while unsuccessful ones can perpetuate and widen conflict. In Following the Leader: International Order, Alliance Strategies, and Emulation (Stanford UP, 2021), Kuo argues that nations do not consistently construct contextually appropriate military alliances. Rather, they often ignore their own security interests and follow the dominant alliance strategy. The author uses case studies and advanced statistical analysis to evaluate the period between 1815 and 2003, finding that hegemons who emerge after each collapse of the international system set up core military partnerships to target their key enemies. Secondary and peripheral countries, instead of forging novel alliances of their own, emulate the template set by the hegemon, thereby demonstrating their need for credibility and status. Dr. Raymond Kuo is an expert in international security and East Asia. He is currently a Political Scientist with the RAND Corporation. He has published two books this year: Following the Leader on military alliances and Contests of Initiative on China's maritime gray zone strategy. Dr. Kuo was a tenure-track professor at Fordham University and the University at Albany, SUNY. He previously worked for the United Nations, the National Democratic Institute, and the Democratic Progressive Party (Taiwan). He holds a Ph.D. from Princeton University. Aditya Srinivasan assisted with this episode. Lamis Abdelaaty is an assistant professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

The Fee for Service Dentist Podcast
Retirement: Exploring & Weighing your Options

The Fee for Service Dentist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 66:05


Steve Moskowitz knows that clients' lives – and livelihoods – can be upended or even destroyed when tax trouble arises. As a tax attorney for more than 30 years, Steve has made it is his personal mission to help business owners and individual clients successfully resolve tax issues and go on with their lives. With extensive knowledge of tax law, a desire for swift and vigorous defense, and decades of experience with tax authorities and in the courts, he has unusually perceptive judgment in assessing the best way forward, and the right resources to achieve resolution. Steve started Moskowitz LLP because he saw that while big corporations were consistently navigating the tax code to their advantage, smaller businesses and individuals were not. With prior experience as a CPA at a national accounting firm, and with extensive experience in the corporate world, Steve knew he could help smaller businesses and individuals by applying what he knew, and wanted to make the critical difference in businesses and individual lives that protected them from the powerful government and enabled them to keep and enjoy the fruits of a lifetime of work that otherwise could be taken away from clients by the government in just one action. Today – together with a full team of tax attorneys, CPAs, enrolled agents and other professional staff – Moskowitz LLP helps business and individual clients across the country and overseas to resolve a wide variety of tax matters. The Moskowitz LLP team also creates strategies to utilize the tax code and relevant treaties to clients' benefit, and provides ongoing tax support and tax return preparation. Steve understands that clients need high quality representation but do not have unlimited budgets, and that cost predictability is important. Unlike most firms, Moskowitz LLP clients pay a flat fee and are not subject to hourly rates. FFS Podcast Promotional Links:  ONLY $397: Dental Membership Master Course with Dr. Chris Phelps www.membershipmastercourse.com Dental Membership Direct www.dentalmembershipdirect.com Dental Financing Direct www.dentalfinancingdirect.com   About Dr. Sonny Spera Dr. Sonny Spera graduated from Union Endicott High School in 1981. With a four-year basketball scholarship he graduated from Syracuse University in 1985; majoring in Chemistry and Psychology. He was a member of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. He was also the co-captain of the 1984-1985 Syracuse basketball team. Dr. Spera graduated from SUNY Buffalo Dental School in 1989 in the top 10% of his class. At SUNY Buffalo Dental School he was a member of the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honorary Society. He was also UB Graduate Assistant Basketball coach.  Dr. Spera has been in private practice since 1989 and is a member of the American Dental Association, the New York State Dental Association, the Sixth District Dental Society and the Broome County Dental Society. He is also a member of the International Association of Orthodontics, the BC Dental Society and the BCDS Study Club. Away from the office, he volunteers with several community organizations, including the Elks Club, the Son's of Italy, the STNY Flyers, the Academy of General Dentistry, and the Basketball Coaches Association of New York. He is the founder and president of ME Hoops Inc. Dr. Spera currently resides with his wife Angela, whom he met at Syracuse University, and their three children, Marcus, Erica, and Carla. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, basketball, golf, music and movies. 607-624-2962 (Cell) Sonnyspera@gmail.com Www.progressivedentalny.com   Do you have a FFS practice? Would you like to be interviewed? Fill out the FFS Stories request form here: https://goo.gl/forms/7TaUF9Nqi49l1RFF2

The Creative Process Podcast
(Highlights) DR. FARHANA SULTANA

The Creative Process Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021


Dr. Farhana Sultana is an Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and the Environment at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University, where she is also the Research Director for Environmental Collaboration and Conflicts at the Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflicts and Collaboration (PARCC).Dr. Sultana is an internationally recognized interdisciplinary scholar of political ecology, water governance, post‐colonial development, social and environmental justice, climate change, and feminism. Her research and scholar-activism draw from her experiences of having lived and worked on three continents as well as from her backgrounds in the natural sciences, social sciences, and policy experience.Prior to joining Syracuse, she taught at King's College London and worked at United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Author of several dozen publications, her recent books are “The Right to Water: Politics, Governance and Social Struggles” (2012), “Eating, Drinking: Surviving” (2016) and “Water Politics: Governance, Justice, and the Right to Water” (2020). Dr. Sultana graduated Cum Laude from Princeton University (in Geosciences and Environmental Studies) and obtained her Masters and PhD (in Geography) from the University of Minnesota, where she was a John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Fellow.She was awarded the Glenda Laws Award from the American Association of Geographers for “outstanding contributions to geographic research on social issues” in 2019. · www.farhanasultana.com· www.oneplanetpodcast.org · www.creativeprocess.info

The Creative Process Podcast

Dr. Farhana Sultana is an Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and the Environment at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University, where she is also the Research Director for Environmental Collaboration and Conflicts at the Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflicts and Collaboration (PARCC).Dr. Sultana is an internationally recognized interdisciplinary scholar of political ecology, water governance, post‐colonial development, social and environmental justice, climate change, and feminism. Her research and scholar-activism draw from her experiences of having lived and worked on three continents as well as from her backgrounds in the natural sciences, social sciences, and policy experience.Prior to joining Syracuse, she taught at King's College London and worked at United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Author of several dozen publications, her recent books are “The Right to Water: Politics, Governance and Social Struggles” (2012), “Eating, Drinking: Surviving” (2016) and “Water Politics: Governance, Justice, and the Right to Water” (2020). Dr. Sultana graduated Cum Laude from Princeton University (in Geosciences and Environmental Studies) and obtained her Masters and PhD (in Geography) from the University of Minnesota, where she was a John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Fellow.· www.farhanasultana.com· www.oneplanetpodcast.org · www.creativeprocess.info

The Slavic Connexion
Nord Stream 2 and You: More Than A European Problem

The Slavic Connexion

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 27:27


Mark Temnycky, a Ukrainian-American journalist, breaks down the Nord Stream 2 issue, its timeline, and its relation to the energy situation in Europe. He expounds on the Biden administration's reversal on its position concerning the pipeline, and explains the security concerns that a working Nord Stream 2 that bypasses Belarus and Ukraine creates for America, NATO, and Europe in general. Thanks for listening! ABOUT THE GUEST https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1298811942015045632/s4KAE6n__400x400.jpg Mark Temnycky is an accredited freelance journalist covering Eastern Europe, and has been published widely. Mark also guest lectures on Eastern European affairs to various U.S. universities. He was a recipient of the Ukrainian World Congress' inaugural "Ukrainian Diaspora 30 Under 30" award. His full portfolio can be found on his website https://wakelet.com/@MTemnycky or Twitter page https://twitter.com/MTemnycky. Mark has a Master's Degree in Public Administration and a Master of Arts Degree in International Relations from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in History, with Departmental Honors, from Le Moyne College. Mark works and resides in Washington, DC. PRODUCER'S NOTE: This episode was recorded on October 8th, 2021 via Zoom. To reach us via email, send a message to slavxradio@utexas.edu if you have questions, suggestions, or would like to be a guest on the show! CREDITS Co-Producer/Host: Lera Toropin (@earlportion) Assistant Producer/Host: Katherine Birch Associate Producer: Zach Johnson Assistant Producer: Sergio Glajar Assistant Producer: Misha Simanovskyy Associate Producer/Administrator: Kathryn Yegorov-Crate Executive Assistant: Katherine Birch Recording, Editing, and Sound Design: Michelle Daniel Music Producer: Charlie Harper (Connect: facebook.com/charlie.harper.1485 Instagram: @charlieharpermusic) www.charlieharpermusic.com (Main Theme by Charlie Harper and additional background music by Charlie Harper, Ketsa, Scott Holmes, Kevin MacLeod, Anthem of Rain) Executive Producer & Creator: Michelle Daniel (Connect: facebook.com/mdanielgeraci Instagram: @michelledaniel86) www.msdaniel.com DISCLAIMER: Texas Podcast Network is brought to you by The University of Texas at Austin. Podcasts are produced by faculty members and staffers at UT Austin who work with University Communications to craft content that adheres to journalistic best practices. The University of Texas at Austin offers these podcasts at no charge. Podcasts appearing on the network and this webpage represent the views of the hosts, not of The University of Texas at Austin. https://files.fireside.fm/file/fireside-uploads/images/9/9a59b135-7876-4254-b600-3839b3aa3ab1/P1EKcswq.png Special Guest: Mark Temnycky.

The Lawfare Podcast
Lawfare Archive: Jameel Jaffer, Bob Litt, and William Banks Debate FISA

The Lawfare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 107:06


From November 22, 2014: Earlier this month, the ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security held its “24th Annual Review of the Field of National Security Law CLE Conference.” As part of the conference, the group held a particularly strong panel discussion on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act—featuring Bob Litt, general counsel to the DNI, Jameel Jaffer of the ACLU, and Bill Banks of Syracuse University law school. The discussion was moderated by Laura Donohue of Georgetown law.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.