Today, Dr. Travis Taylor steps into the Vault to discuss his long career, his recent move to the private sector, and hopefully, reveal some tidbits about his UFO investigations the he conducted for the U.S. government.
Higher education and student affairs has long needed to address attrition, retention, and leadership to create sustainable careers and better workplace cultures. ACPA President Dr. Andrea Domingue called for a Task Force on 21st Century Employment in Higher Education, which Dr. Roshaunda Breeden chaired. In this conversation, these two share the report from the task force, which describes the challenges, explores the roots in supremacist cultures, and offers recommended antidotes for action.
If These Ovaries Could Talk | S10 Ep 11 Kierra Johnson, Executive Director of The LGBTQ Task Force talks about where we stand after the 2022 midterms. We also hear about her coming out story, marriage, pregnancies, divorce, becoming a single queer mother by choice post-divorce, and her new blended family. Order the #ITOCT book Amazon, IndieBound, Audible. email@example.com IG/Twitter/FB/TikTok/YouTube: @ovariestalk Edited by EditAudio press Brett Henne theme song: Songfinch & Tiffany Topol Thanks to LightStream and our Patreon supporters!
From the sound of Mayan spoken in a Marvel movie, to the beauty of wearing a mask to breathe, Ryan Coogler's new Black Panther movie, Wakanda Forever has a lot to say. And so does my panel of experts: Moji Alawode-El, Feminist Buzzkills Podcast https://www.aafront.org/fbklive/ Marcus Pinn, Zebras in America podcast / Pinnland Empire film blog http://www.pinnlandempire.com/ Felicia Perez, Head of Memes at TaskForce.US . https://www.feliciaperez.com/ PS there is an audio glitch when Elana is explaining Riri Williams. Elana is trying to say that in the comics the character Riri Williams was specifically designed to be a superhero.
We welcome Linc Kroeger to That Entrepreneur Show- The podcast where founders of companies and brands share their entrepreneurial journeys, lessons learned, tips for success, and more each Friday since 2019. Key Focus: Empowering Native American, rural, and urban underserved communities to break through barriers that block socio-economic inclusionIs there a problem in your community that needs solving? Head to the Problem Solver Link on Kroeger's website here.Linc Kroeger is the President of Knight Moves, a limiting profit company creatingthe next generation of elite technology professionals through extensive trainingin technology disciplines, with an intentional focus on including Native American,rural, and urban underserved communities. Why operate as limiting profit company vs. nonprofit?Sustainably self-funds its social benefiting missionEnables innovative and effective approaches IRS nonprofit regulations prevent as a nonprofitEscapes the federal grant and foundation nonprofit funding system that stifles social innovationLinc's passion for fighting social inequality led him to leverage his 35 yearsenterprise technology experience to create a creative solution to help level theplaying field.He served on the Technology Association of Iowa board for three years. He wasassigned by Governor Kim Reynolds to her Empower Rural Iowa Task Force and hasbeen identified as “the most innovative leader on bringing tech jobs to rural in thenation” by U.S. Congressmember Ro Khanna representing Silicon Valley. He hasalso been recognized as “Top National Rural Influencer” by The Ruralist and was theUSDA Rural Prosperity Tour keynote speaker.He relates to all entrepreneurs when he touches on:-Failing forward-Why training is everything-Why being community centric is importantOTHER DISCUSSION AREAS• The tech talent shortage gap is the widest in my 35 years - and growing. Howdo we turn this around and include everyone in the prosperity?• Strategies to address the skyrocketing costs of college and the lower collegeattendance rates of minority and rural populations• Unleashing digital innovation to solve society's biggest problems• Why foundations, nonprofits, and federal grants aren't making a meaningfulimpact to advance racial and place equity• How is Knight Moves unique from traditional code camps?Email: PodcastsByLanci@Gmail.comListen to A Mental Health Break here: https://AMentalHealthBreak.Buzzsprout.comWebsite: https://www.VincentALanci.com/YouTubeShow InstagramHost InstagramFacebookTwitterLinkedInFor Digital Editing / Potential Podcast Guests Inquiries, email PodcastsByLanci@Gmail.comAdventure by MusicbyAden | https://soundcloud.com/musicbyadenHappy | https://soundcloud.com/morning-kuliIf you enjoyed this week's show, click the subscribe button to stay current.Listen to A Mental Health Break Episodes hereTune into Writing with Authors here
The next few episodes will be part of a series, where we will share recordings of speakers from the Utah Division of Forestry Fire and State Lands Science, Policy and Management Summit for Utah Lake. In this episode you will hear from Brian Steed the Executive Director of the Janet Quinney Lawson Institute for Land, Water and Air at USU. Listen in to hear more about finding solutions to some pressing problems we have as a state and connecting land, water and air researchers to Utah problem solvers. Links from this Episode: Utah Lake, Science, Management, and Policy event: full video : USU Institute of Land, Water and Air:
Your browser does not support the audio tag. California's first-in-the-nation task force on reparations was created in September of 2020, making it first and only state to study the institution of slavery and its harms and to devise a plan as to how to provide reparations. An initial report came out earlier this summer, and a reparations proposal is due by July 2023 for the state legislature to consider turning into law. Jeannine Etter has this report. — First aired on UpFront on November 17, 2022. Jeannine Etter produced this story. Edited by Lucy Kang. Mixing support from Scott Baba. Music by Jahahara Amen-RA Alkebulan-Ma'at and Blue Dot Sessions. The post A special report on California's first-in-the-nation task force on reparations for African Americans appeared first on KPFA.
How's your Odyssey going? Have you ever called your life and Odyssey? How about a liminal Odyssey? If you're wondering what a liminal Odyssey is? I have the perfect guest on today to share all about it from her recent released book, the liminal Odyssey, the alchemical power of the spaces in between.Her name is Sande Hart and she is an award-winning leader in the fields of women's empowerment and interfaith community building. She founded the women's interfaith international grassroots organization S.A.R.A.H. (The Spiritual And Religious Alliance for Hope) the morning of 911, an instinct to gather women of diverse faiths to protect all that they consider sacred, now in its 20th year. She founded and served as director of Charter for Compassion's Women and Girls sector, served as chair for the United Religions Initiative for North America and serves on the Women's Task Force for The Parliament of World's Religions. She is also the founder of Compassionate California. Sande is currently being inducted into the Women's Oral History Library of Claremont Colleges.Insights to add to your spiritual toolbox from this episode:1. Calling your life an odyssey2. What is liminal?3. Uncharted new territories4. DNA rearranged after 9115. Interfaith activist and SARAH6. Power the feminine holds7. Remembering who we are8. Bodies following our heart9. Heartmath10. Message from the 13 Indigenous GrandmothersSande's Website, Facebook, TheLiminalOdysseyFacebookGroup, SARAH4hopeFacebookgroup, HartPeaceLoveTwitter, Twitter, LinkedInHoliday season 2022. It is here and it is time to share some enthusiastic vibes with those you love. Head over to the TNT SpiritWorks Enthusiastically Spiritual Merch shop and pick up some great gifts for yourself and others. Use the code ESP25 to take 25% off your whole first order. Happy Holidays! Are you looking for an all natural, lab tested, high quality products to help with your chronic pain, improve sleep and reduce stress? Then you will love the CBD products from Feel Good Hemp. Check out the link to the Feel Good Hemp Shop and use the code tnt25 to get 25 % off your first order.Support the show"Life is too short to not be enthusiastic about YOUR UNIQUE JOURNEY!"Need support for YOUR UNIQUE JOURNEY?Then check out: Spiritual coaching sessionshttps://tntspiritworks.com/beginning-spiritual-coaching/MERCH shop for inspiring gifts to give to others or for yourselfhttps://merch.tntspiritworks.com/UPCOMING events https://tntspiritworks.com/spiritual-events/
We learn how comics are being used in medical education and healthcare. We tell you about a plan to address climate change and environmental justice in Milwaukee. We meet the founder and director of the Latino Arts Strings Program. Plus, tell you how to infuse Native American culture into your next trip in Wisconsin.
In the first episode of our 4-part Venture Capital Miniseries, we are thrilled to feature Dame Kate Bingham, Managing Partner of SV Health Investors and former Chair of the UK Vaccine Taskforce. The much anticipated interview begins with a high level overview of the immense changes that are taking place in the world of medical research which have allowed us to move from treating symptoms to changing the way the body works. Kate describes the various leaps forward across medical conditions and the role SV Health Investors is playing to facilitate this. She discusses their approach, challenges, opportunities and the skills needed to improve the odds of success. She then talks about research excellence, the hurdles in building large biotech enterprises and what the future industry landscape may look like. The conversation then switches to her role as Chair of the Vaccine Taskforce, set up in April 2020 under Boris Johnson to co-ordinate the creation and distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine (both in the UK and internationally). She reflects on the obstacles encountered and path to the successful execution of the group's objectives. Sign up to our newsletter for more in-depth insights | Follow us on LinkedIn The Money Maze Podcast is kindly sponsored by Schroders, Bremont Watches, LiveTrade and Mintus.
00:08 A special report by Jeannine Etter on the work of California's first-in-the-nation Task Force on Reparations for African Americans 00:33 Daniel Nichanian, editor in chief of Bolts Magazine and contributing editor for Inquest — on what downballot races signalled about voters' appetite for expanding democracy and shrinking the prison system. The post Downballot: criminal justice reformers and democracy initiatives made gains appeared first on KPFA.
Join us as Scott Richard, MD, co-chair of the SGO Taskforce for Board Certification Support, interviews Janelle Darby, MD and Kathryn Mills, MD to discuss best resources for radiation oncology when preparing for the ABOG oral board exam. This podcast episode addresses important resources and questions regarding study preparation, radiation prevention strategies, the benefits of joining a study group, reviewing treatment and management of the patients on your case list, knowing the principles of radiation and how it is administered, discussing treatment decisions with your local radiation oncologist, and more. The taskforce will offer six informative podcasts focused on high yield topics and best preparation practices. ABOG and SGO CollaborationThe American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology (ABOG) will join the SGO Taskforce for Board Certification Support to discuss logistics of the certifying exam as well as the assessment and scoring process during the SGO 2023 Annual Meeting on Women's Cancer in Tampa, FL. Keep an eye for this session opportunity when registering for the upcoming SGO 2023 Annual Meeting and be sure to sign up if interested in participating. We will also have several meetings where participants will meet in small groups with a taskforce facilitator to discuss hypothetical cases and have an opportunity to discuss some of their own cases. ResourcesClick here to access SGO ConnectEd to review additional resources on radiation oncology. Radiation Planning Principles for Gynecologic Oncology (part of the Fellow Core Lecture Series) – Hour long lecture from Anuja Jhingran, MD at MD Anderson that reviews radiation fields, IMRT, specific organ dose limits, vaginal brachytherapy delivery to name a few. This is a good overview of radiation basics and treatment for the different disease sites. SGO Fellows Bootcamp – Another introductory lecture on radiation oncology that was created for new fellows and provides a nice overview.Click here to access the full-text guideline titled, “Radiation Therapy for Cervical Cancer: An ASTRO Clinical Practice Guideline,” which provides recommendations on the use of radiation therapy to treat adult women with cervical cancer. Special thanks to Drs. Darby and Mills for your contribution to this episode.Sound engineered and produced by Betheon Whyte on behalf of the Society of Gynecologic Oncology.
In this fourth and final episode of the Cities After…Office Spaces as Home mini-series, Prof. Robles-Durán talks to Cea Weaver, a prominent housing organizer in New York City who coordinates Housing Justice for All. In 2019, Weaver coordinated a statewide coalition to pass what many consider the most progressive housing laws in recent decades. She is currently working with the City Planning Commission to figure out what to do with vacant office towers and how to facilitate their conversion into affordable housing. Robles-Durán and Weaver speak about Housing Justice for All and what they're working to achieve, New York's importance in the history of rent control and tenant organizing, the homelessness crisis, and some of the specific policies and programs Cea is working on implementing. About our guest: Cea Weaver is a housing organizer, community advocate, and urban planner in New York City. She currently coordinates Housing Justice for All, a New York statewide coalition of over 100 organizations that represent tenants and homeless New Yorkers in Albany, the State's capital. In 2019, Cea coordinated the 2019 campaign to strengthen and expand tenants' rights across the state and, in 2020, worked to win an eviction moratorium during the COVID-19 pandemic. She has worked in affordable housing policy and planning in NYC for over a decade. In 2021, Cea Weaver became Public Advocate Jumaane D. Williams' first nomination to the City Planning Commission (CPC). In 2022, she was appointed by Williams to the NYC Adaptive Reuse Task Force, charged to convert obsolete office buildings to other potential uses, such as housing, schools, labs, and more. The Task Force includes 12 experts appointed by the Mayor, City Council Speaker, and Public Advocate.
Hey there Task Force! This week, the crew sat down and with Henrik Langeland, CEO and co-founder of Enode and talked all things interoperability, walled gardens, and Henrik even breaks some exciting news on the podcast! Check out the show notes here:* (0:00) Welcome to the ThunDERdome, getting DER-pilled, learning more about Henrik, why interoperability is so important* (9:40) Enode — the origin story, the secret behind the name, the core business, James slips in an early Big Shout * (20:40) What's an integration? An analogy to Plaid, the challenges of device management APIs, hot takes on OEMs that don't want to be interoperable (hint: DERTF Bill of Rights makes an appearance), why walled gardens fail* (31:08) Digging deeper into walled gardens — is there an argument for the OEMs? Why OEMs can't grasp the shared resources across all a customer's devices and widgets vs commodities* (37:30) New consumer habits in the future (or Norway), developing instincts for an electric frame of reference * (44:10) Breaking news — Enode raised a $15M Series A! The fundraising process and the experience, how they're using the money, the European startup scene * (50:40) If energy were hyperabundant and it ceased to become a meaningful economic driver, then what? * (56:15) Does Enode exist outside of DERs?* (57:41) Henrik is energy czar of Europe, dope or nope, BIG SHOUTS Friendly reminder that you can always find us on Spotify, iTunes, or your favorite podcast player. We hope you enjoy! This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit dertaskforcenews.substack.com/subscribe
Greece is kicking off a delayed natural gas exploration project with ExxonMobil, reserving two areas off southwestern Greece this week. Potential natural gas reserves in the area are estimated to be between 70-90 trillion cubic feet, which would meet all of Greece's gas needs and potentially cover 15-20 percent of Europe's natural gas needs as well. The decision comes at a critical time as Greece is cementing its role as a regional energy hub, and as European countries are working to break their dependence on Russian gas. Dr. Theodoros Tsakiris joins Thanos Davelis to break down why this move is significant and could be a game-changer in the Eastern Mediterranean.Dr. Theodoros Tsakiris is an Associate Professor for Geopolitics and Energy Policy at the University of Nicosia, and is the Coordinator of the Task Force for the Expedition of Hydrocarbons Exploration and Production at the Ministry of Environment and Energy of Greece. The views expressed in this interview are his personal opinions.You can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:Greek PM: Gas exploration to start off Crete in coming daysGas exploration to start west of CreteSweden's leader vows to counter terror threats to TurkeyTurkey's Erdogan wants Swedish action on anti-terrorism for NATO bid approvalInternational cooperation in education is a ‘common goal' for Greece and the USThirty US unis in Athens forging ties
Join Dr. Hall, Co-Chair of the SGO Taskforce for Board Certification Support, as she interviews Drs. Mallen and Zeligs, who recently took the ABOG board exam, addressing several different approaches to case list preparation. As part of the taskforce, we have recognized several SGO members who had taken the ABOG board exam have different approaches to their case list preparation, and we wanted to make sure we provide effective resources for all of those candidates coming up this year on what we were able to be successful with our case list. Some questions covered during the interview:What is the timeline for case list creation and submission?How many cases do I need?What cases do I need to include on my list?What about the ABOG approved abbreviations?When should I have the required affidavits signed?The taskforce will also offer other informative podcasts focused on high yield topics and best preparation practices. ABOG and SGO Collaboration During the SGO 2023 Annual Meeting on Women's Cancer in Tampa, FL, a representative from The American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology (ABOG) will join the SGO Taskforce for Board Certification Support to discuss logistics of the certifying exam as well as the assessment and scoring process. Keep an eye for this session opportunity when registering for the upcoming SGO 2023 Annual Meeting and be sure to sign up if interested in participating. We will also have several meetings where participants will meet in small groups with a taskforce facilitator to discuss hypothetical cases and have an opportunity to discuss some of their own cases.Special thanks to Drs. Mallen and Zeligs for your contribution to this episode.Moderator: Tracilyn Hall, MD Speakers:Adrianne Mallen, MDKristen Zeligs, MDSound engineered and produced by Betheon Whyte on behalf of the Society of Gynecologic Oncology.
https://www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com The Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office will launch a Holiday Task Force later this month to tackle an increase in crimes and protect Gwinnett residents during the busy holiday shopping season.On Friday, Sheriff Keybo Taylor announced the creation of the task force, which will officially launch on Nov. 23. The task force will include sworn deputies from the Sheriff's Office's five divisions. They will perform checks in neighborhoods, businesses, churches and schools during the holiday season.SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com by Curt Yeomans
This week in the studio 2 men who couldn't come from more different worlds. The first, born in Mosul, Iraq, someone who watched his country be torn apart from the inside out. He is not only a veteran of the Iraqi Army but also the only interpreter to ever receive the Navy Seal Trident. His quick thinking, his ability to read a room and the intentions of the people in it, and his willingness to push himself further and faster than any other contracted worker made him a huge asset to the US soldiers and Special Operators that he worked with. This man not only risked everything to make the country of Iraq a better place for future generations, but now a citizen of the United States, is training future warfighters in cultural affairs in order to make them a more rounded warrior. The second, a retired Command Master Chief Navy SEAL who comes from a punk rock background and who in his 27 years of service was assigned to SEAL Teams 1,3, 7, Naval Special Warfare Development Group, Naval Special Warfare Command, and Naval Special Warfare Group One. This guest has numerous deployments all over the globe in support of US operations to include the Middle East where he met tonight's other guest while working in Baghdad as the Senior Enlisted Advisor to an 80 man Task Force. This guest was instrumental in the efforts to get not only his friend and teammate, but also his entire family to the United States, where they could finally live the life that they had always dreamed of living. This story could not have more action, plot twists, and cast of characters if it was a best selling thriller novel. It is my pleasure to introduce Codename Johnny Walker and Jason Tuschen……
The subject of attorney well-being is a topic of conversation at most major law firms today. Several years ago, the Report of the Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being was issued by the American Bar Association, Conference of Chief Judges, and other legal organizations. It called well-being an essential element of a lawyer's duty of competence. More recently, Law.com and ALM Intelligence conducted a survey of lawyers and staff members, mostly from large firms, has found that anxiety, depression, and isolation remain at concerning levels. And about 74% of the respondents thought that their work environment contributed to their mental health issues. When asked about the factors that had a negative impact on mental health, top concerns were always being on call, billable hour pressure, client demands, lack of sleep, and lean staffing. In January of 2020, The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts created a Standing Committee on Lawyer Well-Being. And there are similar initiatives in jurisdictions all over the United States. But what are the core issues that these committees are addressing? Why are businesses paying attention to the subject? How are these issues playing out in a corporate environment and what can the legal community learn from corporate America. Mari Ryan has thought a lot about well-being in the workplace and while her focus is not the legal community per se, she has worked with companies in many industries to address these issues. Mari Ryan is a workplace well-being strategist, speaker, and award-winning author. Mari works with organizations to create workplaces where both the people and the business thrive. Mari is the author of award-winning book The Thriving Hive: How People-Centric Workplaces Ignite Engagement and Fuel Results. Additional Resources Episode 70-Shailini George on Doing Well and Being Well in the Law Episode 64-Building Your Practice and Your Management Skills with Mindful Communication Episode 33-Mindfulness, Biofeedback and the Practice of Law Massachusetts SJC Standing Committee on Lawyer Well Being (there are a lot of other resources on this site)
In March, the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) released proposed disclosure standards for public comment. While not currently mandatory, when finalized, the standards are expected to form the basis for many jurisdictions' sustainability reporting, and as such, could become mandatory for companies doing business in those jurisdictions. For this reason, companies who do business around the world will want to be watching the ISSB.This week, Heather Horn was joined by Mardi McBrien, Director of Strategic Affairs at the IFRS Foundation, to share her insights on the ISSB's mission and accomplishments so far. They also discuss what is next for global sustainability reporting.In this episode, you will hear them discuss:2:23 - Highlights of the ISSB's formation and consolidation of other standard setters as well as their accomplishments in the past year9:29 - How ESG reporting standards have evolved over the last decade12:55 - How the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) framework is a common thread among the “big three” ESG reporting proposals19:17 - Why TCFD is an important framework from a financial reporting lens31:22 - Key considerations for companies planning for future adoption of ISSB standards40:37 - How the standard setting organizations that were consolidated into the ISSB serve its overall objectives47:21 - Advice for companies as sustainability reporting continues to evolveFor more information on the ISSB and recent developments in ESG reporting, listen to our previous podcasts that provide background on the proposed ISSB standards and discussion of key themes from the response letters.Mardi McBrien is the Director of Strategic Affairs at the IFRS Foundation responsible for sustainability reporting. In this role she has played an active part in setting up the ISSB. Prior to the IFRS Foundation, Mardi spent over a decade leading the global ESG standard setter, the Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB), in developing quality disclosure standards and thought leadership on environmental and social issues.Heather Horn is PwC's National Office thought leader, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.Transcripts available upon request for individuals who may need a disability-related accommodation. Please send requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this episode of Curbside Consults, we examine an update on sleep-related infant deaths by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). We are joined by Dr. Rachel Moon, Harrison Distinguished Teaching Professor of Pediatrics of at the University of Virginia and Chair of the AAP's Task Force on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. She is one of the authors of the AAP's 2022 updated recommendations on sleep-related infant deaths.
Welcome to the Boys Watching Buffy Podcast! On this episode, the Boys discuss Buffy struggling to fit in at UC Sunnydale and being bullied by a gang of Vampires. The Boys also dive into Willow's new look, Giles's new lifestyle, Xander's road trip-turned-Magic Mike adventure, and the mysterious Task Force taking down Vampires on campus. Plus Joe and Vance share stories from their college experience. Join the Boys Watching Buffy Discord Community and Follow us on Patreon Email: BoysWatchingBuffy@gmail.com IG: https://www.instagram.com/boyswatchingbuffy Joe's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joewelkie Vance's Twitter: https://twitter.com/IsThatVance Artwork by Josh Sude Music Composed by Fritz Myers
For all its chaos, the stereotypical active shooter situation is fairly straightforward: There's a bad guy killing people, and the good guys need to close with him and stop him as quickly as possible. The events of November 2008 in the Indian city of Mumbai, however, showed us another, complex, kind of active shooter event and Mike takes a look at the takeaways from those fateful days. The Mumbai incident, perpetrated by a squad of ten terrorists who had been through a rigorous selection and training process, introduced multiple novel problems worth considering. What happens when there are multiple shooters at different scenes simultaneously? When they have access to serious arms, including grenades, possibly provided by a foreign actor? When they use structure fires as a weapon? When they have outside command-and-control monitoring the news and communicating with the shooters via cell phone? These and other complications inherent in an attack like this are examined in this episode. Like what we're doing? Head over to Patreon and give us a buck for each new episode. You can also make a one-time contribution at GoFundMe. Intro music credit Bensound.com
How can we ground our classrooms in praxes of environmental justice? How can teachers and learners build ethical connections to local communities mobilizing against climate emergency and structural abandonment? Scholar-activist https://ams.ua.edu/people/ellen-spears/ (Ellen Spears) joins us to discuss these questions and more. Prof. Spears is a Professor of American Studies at the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. She is a prolific author, whose most recent books include the award-winning https://uncpress.org/book/9781469627298/baptized-in-pcbs/ (Baptized in PCBs: Race, Religion, Pollution, and Justice in an All-American Town) (2014) and https://www.routledge.com/Rethinking-the-American-Environmental-Movement-post-1945/Spears/p/book/9780415529587 (Rethinking the American Environmental Movement Post-1945) (2019). She was part of the Task Force on History, Slavery, and Civil Rights at the UA-Tuscaloosa. Her courses range from comparative ecologies, to environmental ethics and policy, to environment and film. Co-Hosts: Lucia Hulsether and Tina Pippin Music by https://akrasis.bandcamp.com/album/children-singing-in-hell (Akrasis) Image by https://unsplash.com/@djbullet (LL Sammons) via Unsplash
The U.N. climate conference known as COP27 kicks off next week. Adaptation to a changing climate will be an important part of the talks. In this episode of the ESG Insider podcast, we look at how companies and investors are using climate modeling to measure and manage the future financial impacts of climate hazards such as wildfires, drought and flooding. According to a new S&P Global Sustainable1 dataset, 92% of S&P Global 1200 companies will have at least one asset highly exposed to physical hazards by the 2050s under a business-as-usual high-emissions scenario. We speak to David Carlin from U.N. Environment Programme's Financial Initiative, where he leads the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) program for banks and investors. We also talk with our colleague Steven Bullock, Global Head of ESG Innovation and Solutions at S&P Global Sustainable1, who says the increasing demand for climate data created with the help of climate models reflects the growing recognition that ESG is a driver of corporate business value and financial risk. And we hear from Alban Pyanet, partner at consultancy Oliver Wyman, about how climate modeling helps financial institutions manage climate risk. Listen to our previous episodes discussing how central banks are using climate stress testing here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/podcasts/how-central-banks-help-combat-climate-change-an-interview-with-ngfs-chair-ravi-menon We'd love to hear from you. To give us feedback on this episode or share ideas for future episodes, please contact hosts Lindsey Hall (email@example.com) and Esther Whieldon (firstname.lastname@example.org). Copyright © 2022 by S&P Global DISCLAIMER By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast. The information, opinions, and recommendations presented in this Podcast are for general information only and any reliance on the information provided in this Podcast is done at your own risk. This Podcast should not be considered professional advice. Unless specifically stated otherwise, S&P GLOBAL does not endorse, approve, recommend, or certify any information, product, process, service, or organization presented or mentioned in this Podcast, and information from this Podcast should not be referenced in any way to imply such approval or endorsement. The third party materials or content of any third party site referenced in this Podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of S&P GLOBAL. S&P GLOBAL assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this Podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. Moreover, S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty that this Podcast, or the server that makes it available, is free of viruses, worms, or other elements or codes that manifest contaminating or destructive properties. S&P GLOBAL EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST.
Major Donald Barker, Commander of the Lorain County Drug Task Force, discusses Issue 8, the Criminal Justice Renewal Levy. Upcoming events happening in Avon Lake: October 30, 6:00 PM: Avon Lake Historical Society Presents "An Evening at the Black Wale Inn” at John Christ Winery October 31, 6:00-7:30 PM: Halloween Trick-or-Treating October 31: No City Council Meeting - 5th Monday of the month November 2, 7:00-8:30 PM: Avon Lake United Church of Christ Presents “Like” November 3, 1:00 PM: Avon-on-the-Lake Garden Club Meeting at the Avon Lake Public Library November 6, 2:00 AM: Daylight Saving Time Ends November 7, 12:30-1:30 PM: Veterans Drive-Up Pinning Ceremony and Grab & Go Lunch at The Old Firehouse Community Center November 7, 7:00 PM: Collective Committee Meeting November 8, 6:30 AM-7:30 PM: Election Day November 9, 7:00-8:30 PM: Avon Lake United Church of Christ Presents "Race to be Human” November 10, 6:30 PM: Avon Lake City Schools Proposed Facilities Project Community Forum at Avon Lake High School For more information about these or future events/meetings in Avon Lake, please visit www.AvonLake.org/Events
Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® II drops players into an unprecedented global conflict that features the return of the iconic Operators of Task Force 141. From small-scale, high-stakes infiltration tactical ops to highly classified missions, players will deploy alongside friends in a truly immersive experience. Infinity Ward brings fans state-of-the-art gameplay, with all-new gun handling, advanced AI system, a new Gunsmith and a suite of other gameplay and graphical innovations that elevate the franchise to new heights.QuipScope is where we provide our thoughts and impressions while discussing how we're getting on with the latest video game releases. This time, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2!Presenters: Ben Potter (@Confused_Dude) // Ashton Matthews (@ScrambledAshton)#callofdutymodernwarfare2 #modernwarfare2 #callofduty --------------------------Subscribe for more wonderful video game content from Ben Potter, Peter Austin, and Ashton Matthews!TripleJump provides video coverage of video games - including top ten lists featuring current gen platforms (PS4 & PS5, Xbox One & Xbox Series X/Xbox Series S, Nintendo Switch and PC), retro consoles (PlayStation, Nintendo, Xbox and Sega), as well as Worst Games Ever, video game challenges, launch games videos, first impressions, podcasts, livestreams and much, much more.Careers, contacts, and more information can be found on our website: http://tripleju.mp⇨ Patreon: https://Patreon.com/TeamTripleJump⇨ Twitch: https://Twitch.tv/TeamTripleJump⇨ Merchandise: https://triplejumpshop.com/⇨ Cameo: http://www.tripleju.mp/cameo/⇨ Livestream VODs: http://tripleju.mp/vods⇨ Podcast: https://play.acast.com/s/triplejump⇨ Twitter: https://Twitter.com/TeamTripleJump⇨ Facebook: https://Facebook.com/TeamTripleJump⇨ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@teamtriplejump⇨ Discord: http://Bit.ly/TeamTripleJumpFollow the team on social media:• Ben: http://www.twitter.com/Confused_Dude & Confused_Dude on PSN• Peter: http://www.twitter.com/ThatPeterAustin & https://instagram.com/ThatPeterAustin• Ashton: http://www.twitter.com/ScrambledAshton & https://instagram.com/ScrambledAshtonFollow our friends!• Billy Ray Walrus: https://twitter.com/BillyRayBotrus• Rules Boss: https://twitter.com/ThisIsRulesBoss• Barbara Pis: https://twitter.com/pis_barbaraThe TripleJump Podcast is hosted by Acast, but available on Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and more!Acast: https://play.acast.com/s/triplejump Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Operation Linebacker, the code name for the new interdiction campaign, would have four objectives: to isolate North Vietnam from its sources of supply by destroying railroad bridges and rolling stock in and around Hanoi and north-eastwards toward the Chinese frontier; the targeting of primary storage areas and marshalling yards; to destroy storage and transshipment points and to eliminate (or at least damage) the North's air defense system. With nearly 85 percent of North Vietnam's imports (which arrived by sea) blocked by Pocket Money, the administration and the Pentagon believed that this would cut its final lines of communication with its socialist allies. China alone shipped an average of 22,000 tons of supplies a month over two rail lines and eight major roads that linked it with North Vietnam. On 10 May Operation Linebacker began with mass bombing operations against North Vietnam by tactical fighter aircraft of the Seventh Air Force and Task Force 77. Their targets included the railroad switching yards at Yên Viên and the Paul Doumer Bridge, on the northern outskirts of Hanoi. A total of 414 sorties were flown on the first day of the operation, 120 by the Air Force and 294 by the Navy and they encountered the heaviest single day of air-to-air combat during the Vietnam War, with 11 VPAF MiGs (four MiG-21s and seven MiG-17s) and two Air Force F-4s shot down. Anti-aircraft artillery and over 100 surface-to-air missile firings also brought down two U.S. Navy aircraft (one of which was flown by aces Duke Cunningham and William P. Driscoll). By the end of the month, American aircraft had destroyed 13 bridges along the rail lines running from Hanoi to the Chinese border. Another four were destroyed between the capital and Haiphong, including the notorious Thanh Hóa Bridge. Several more bridges were brought down along the rail line leading to the south toward the DMZ. Targets were then switched to petroleum and oil storage and transportation networks and North Vietnamese airfields. There was an immediate impact on the battlefield in South Vietnam. Shelling by PAVN artillery dropped off by one-half between 9 May and 1 June. This slowdown was not due to an immediate shortage of artillery shells but rather to a desire to conserve ammunition. U.S. intelligence analysts believed that PAVN had enough stockpiled supplies to sustain their campaigns throughout the autumn. The intensity of the bombing campaign was reflected by the sharp increase in the number of strike and support sorties flown in Southeast Asia as a whole: from 4,237 for all services, including the RVNAF, during the month preceding the invasion, to 27,745 flown in support of ARVN forces from the beginning of April to the end of June (20,506 of them flown by the Air Force). B-52s provided an additional 1,000 sorties during the same period. The North was feeling the pressure, admitting in the official PAVN history that "between May and June only 30 percent of supplies called for in our plan actually reached the front-line units." In total, 41,653 Linebacker missions dropped 155,548 tons of bombs. In addition to interdicting the road and rail system of North Vietnam, Linebacker also systematically attacked its air defense system. The VPAF, with approximately 200 interceptors, strongly contested these attacks throughout the campaign. Navy pilots, employing a mutually supporting "loose deuce" tactical formation and many with TOPGUN training, enjoyed a kill ratio of 6:1 in their favor in May and June, such that after that the VPAF rarely engaged them thereafter. In contrast, the Air Force experienced a 1:1 kill ratio through the first two months of the campaign, as seven of its eventual 24 Linebacker air-to-air losses occurred without any corresponding VPAF loss in a twelve-day period between 24 June and 5 July. Air Force pilots were hampered by use of the outdated "fluid four" tactical formations (a four-plane, two element formation in which only the leader did the shooting and in which the outside wingmen were vulnerable) dictated by service doctrine. Also contributing to the parity was a lack of air combat training against dissimilar aircraft, a deficient early warning system, and ECM pod formations that mandated strict adherence to formation flying. During August the introduction of real-time early warning systems, increased aircrew combat experience and degraded VPAF ground control interception capabilities reversed the trend to a more favorable 4:1 kill ratio. Linebacker saw several other "firsts". On the opening day of the operation, Navy Lieutenant Duke Cunningham and his radar intercept officer, Lieutenant (j.g.) William P. Driscoll became the first U.S. air aces of the Vietnam War when they shot down their fifth MiG. On 28 August, the Air Force gained its first ace when Captain Richard S. Ritchie downed his fifth enemy aircraft. Twelve days later, Captain Charles B. DeBellevue (who had been Ritchie's backseater during four of his five victories) downed two more MiGs, bringing his total to six. On 13 October another weapons officer, Captain Jeffrey S. Feinstein, was credited with his fifth MiG, making him the final Air Force ace
On this episode, we are talking metrics and CMAA's recently released Universal Key Club Performance Indicators white paper. Specifically, the six Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that encapsulate a high-level picture of financial health, including the major components of a club. This white paper is the result of the Universal Key Club Performance Indicators Task Force which was formed in March 2020. We're joined on this episode by the Co-Chairs of the Task Force, Julie Brown, CCM, CPA, CMA, CSCA, and Michael Wheeler, MCM, CCE. The White Paper is accompanied by an extensive Case Study that exemplifies how these KPIs can and should be applied at a club. This case study is available exclusively to CMAA members. Visit https://www.cmaa.org/club-operations/research/industry-reports-and-white-papers/
Think before you toss!This week we are talking trash, where it goes, how much there is, and why we need to think before we toss. Today i talk with Lori Cloutier from the Trashy Taskforce.Join us!
The Big Themes:The Task Force Tribute journey: In September, the group arrived in Washington, D.C., having traveled 8,500 miles in 23 days, with dozens of stops to connect with veterans and family members, including many Gold Star families.TFT is collecting stories for a virtual memorial: Next up for the group is to help create an unprecedented, high-tech virtual memorial composed of the hundreds of stories shared by military members and their families. To contribute a story, please visit the TFT website.The impact of sharing stories: Christian says that a common thread emerged in many of his conversations during the journey, which is the deep need among these service members and their families to talk about their experiences and their loved ones.Addressing mental health challenges as a community: The VA and other government agencies are not doing enough to support the mental health needs of members of the military, and Christian says that there's a great need for everyone around servicemen and women to step up themselves to help.The Big Quotes:"This model that we're in in our country, where our media, you know, 'you have to enrage to engage,' right? And it's driven by business models. It's driven by self interest. But that doesn't mean that it's driven by reality. And, folks, it's incumbent upon all of us to not get lazy and be cynical because cynicism is lazy. If you think something isn't right, productively, proactively, and constructively try and fix it.""If you do know a military member, actually, please don't thank them for their service—actually say, 'hey, you know, if you ever ever need someone to talk to, you can talk to me. And if you think I don't understand, you're probably right. But I'm willing to try. I'm willing to try.' And that, folks, could save a life. And it could save a life of an American that really risked their all for us." More about Task Force Tribute:Learn the backstory, make a donation, and get involved via their website. You can also get to know the non-profit group behind TFT, Project RELO.
A task force set up to try to get thousands of people off surgical waiting lists has delivered a long list of recommendations but no target for when to get them done. The Planned Care Taskforce is trying to find a way to cut through the waiting lists that have been getting longer every day. Health correspondent Rowan Quinn reports.
A taskforce that's devised a plan to clear a backlog of patients waiting months longer than they should for treatment still cant say how long it will take to work through the queue. The group was set up help the tens of thousands of people waiting too long for planned, or non urgent, surgery. It's made 101 recommendations, including giving GPs more authority to deal with patients without the need for a specialists, moving patients between regions, more efficient use of surgical theatres. But task force chair Dr Andrew Connolly cannot give a time frame to clear the backlog.
**There are a couple of instances of a few seconds of interference on the recording. It doesn't persist throughout and happens within the first 10 mins. Apologies**Andy is joined by Dan for a news run down including;Upcoming UAP Task Force un-classified report & expectationsNASA's UFO Study has begunMoment of Contact- videos to come of beings?Chris Mellon public appearanceAnd much moreSpotify listeners can now access premium content here > https://open.spotify.com/show/7wnXUAQ3vwdsX1BoyaEvjZSign up to support the podcast via Patreon.com/ThatUFOPodcast or Apple Podcast subscriptions (2 week free trial available)Please support our show sponsors;Babbel, learn a new language today - zen.ai/ufobabbelBetterHelp - 10% off first month with http://www.BetterHelp.com/ThatUFOGo to zen.ai/ufosound and use the code “podcast” at checkout to save 10% off any Soundstripesubscription!Zencastr Advertise - Advertise your business on this and other podcasts follow zen.ai/thatufopod1You can also sign up to Zencastr with 40% off for 3 months with promo code: ufopodcast at https://zencastr.com/pricing?coupon=ufopodcast&fpr=7ooh0 . Start recording your own podcast or meetings today!Buy the official podcast map/guide to UK UFO sightings here; https://www.herblester.com/products/the-skies-aboveGet in touch with the show;Twitter: @UFOUAPAMFacebook, YouTube & Instagram: "That UFO Podcast"YouTube: YouTube.com/c/ThatUFOPodcastEmail: UFOUAPAM@gmail.comLinktr.ee/ufouapamLinktr.ee/TheZignalDon't forget to subscribe, like and leave a review of the showEnjoy folks!Andy
Ever wonder what it's like to work directly with the U.S. State Department and have the tenacity to fight for what you do best? Hear from Capt. Suzanna Brugler, a U.S. Navy Captain who after five tries got the promotion she desired. Her story is one of determination and one that shows it's never too late to quit on what you really want in life.Capt. Suzanna Brugler, a native of Defiance, Oh., graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1998. Brugler holds a master's degree in Defense and Strategic Studies with a focus on International Relations in African Studies from the U.S. Naval War College. She's a graduate of the Defense Information School (DINFOS), Defense Institute of Security Cooperation Studies (DISCS), Joint Special Operations University (JSOU), and Defense Security Cooperation University (DSCU).Capt. Brugler started her career as a Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) serving aboard USS Mobile Bay (CG 53) in Yokosuka, Japan. After qualifying SWO she lateral transferred to Public Affairs (PA), and in January 2002 deployed to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to facilitate media coverage of the first detainee flights from Afghanistan. A year later, Capt. Brugler was hand-selected to deploy to Bahrain as part of the Coalition Press Information Center (CPIC Bahrain) and served aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) to assist the first-ever DoD-wide media program for military air strike campaign “Shock and Awe,” marking the beginning of Operation Iraqi Freedom. She later served as the Media department head aboard USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76).Brugler taught the Public Affairs Qualification Course at DINFOS in Fort Meade, Md. before serving her last tour on active duty as director of the Navy Office of Information, East in New York City. While there, she served as chief of public affairs for the commissioning of USS New York (LPD 21), a ship built with 7.5 tons of steel recovered from the World Trade Center after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.In 2011, Brugler transferred to the Navy Reserves (NR) and served as the Africa Partnership Station PAO for U.S. SIXTH Fleet. Subsequent tours include serving as the congressional liaison coordinator at NATO Headquarters, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation in Norfolk, Va., executive officer of the NR Chief of Navy Information Headquarters unit at the Pentagon, and director of NR Naval Special Warfare PA with NSW Group 11 in Coronado, Calif. In May 2017, Capt. Brugler again lateral-transferred to the NR component of the Foreign Area Officer (FAO) community and served as the NR FAO Africa regional lead assigned to U.S. Africa Command in Stuttgart, Germany. In 2021 she mobilized for one year as the liaison officer for Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command/U.S. FIFTH Fleet. She was called to serve as the Interagency Coordinator for Task Force 58, the contingency task force that was stood up to facilitate 7,079 Afghan refugees from Kabul to the U.S. during the noncombatant emergency operation ALLIES REFUGE. She finished her NAVCENT mobilization this past May serving as an inaugural member of the Commander's Initiatives Group (CIG), advising the CommandeVisit my website: https://thehello.llc/THERESACARPENTERRead my writings on my blog: ...
En medio del retraso en la reconstrucción, el Centro para una Nueva Economía (CNE) ha impulsado crear un grupo de trabajo federal que acelere ese proceso y sea abarcador, que no se limite a la red eléctrica. Sus directivos explican la propuesta en esta edición del pódcast Desde Washington.
Supply chains of consumer goods may be global, but they all start as local, and the pre-pandemic, just-in-time model of logistics has faced serious challenges in the last two and a half years. Challenges to Canada’s supply chains, however, pre-date current global backlogs, but the pandemic did prompt the federal government to create a National... Read More
The Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) framework forms the basis of climate-related rules within each of the major ESG disclosure proposals released this year. The UK is the first jurisdiction to mandate reporting under the TCFD for listed companies. This requirement was effective for 2021, meaning these reports were available for the first time in 2022. Heather Horn sat down with Mark O'Sullivan, PwC UK's Head of Corporate Reporting, and Hilary Eastman, Director of Investor Engagement at PwC, to discuss PwC's observations on our review of the first 50 companies that reported under this mandate, as well as investor perspectives related to the filings.In this episode, our guests discuss:3:23 - Overview of our review of TCFD reporting in the UK10:06 - What we know about investor views on the importance of climate risk management17:08 - The areas investors want to understand, including the relevance of climate risk to the business, and the related financial impacts26:03 - Key challenges faced by companies when reporting under the TCFD framework31:40 - How companies in different industries approached the disclosures42:24 - The areas cited in reviews by the UK's Financial Reporting Council (FRC) and Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)47:09 - Advice for companies contemplating how best to prepare for future ESG disclosuresWant to learn more about developments in ESG and TCFD? Read PwC UK's report, The green shoots of TCFD reporting, along with our previous podcast on leveraging TCFD for climate-related disclosures. Also see the FRC's and FCA's reports on their reviews of TCFD disclosures, as well as the FRC's lab report on net zero disclosures.Hilary Eastman leads global investor engagement at PwC and has extensive experience advising on ESG reporting strategy. She manages the firm's relationships with the investment community in the UK and globally. In her role, Hilary works with investors and analysts to get their views on a variety of corporate reporting and governance matters to help companies improve their reporting to the capital markets.Mark O'Sullivan is PwC UK's Head of Corporate Reporting. He has more than 15 years of experience advising leading organizations on current and best practices in reporting and the implementation of new reporting strategies to meet the needs of the capital markets. Mark also oversees PwC's annual review of corporate reporting practices in the FTSE 350.Transcripts available upon request for individuals who may need a disability-related accommodation. Please send requests to email@example.com.
On this holy episode of the God Pod, God finds out if Mary Mags believes in him or not. She also brings the gift of uncomfortable truths to help humans grow; they discuss our new snow crab overlord's alliance with elephants for world domination, the Incel Task Force, capitalism breeding loneliness, what it means to be a good person, the cuddle mafia, God's TikTok fart algorithm, and God decides to get a free vasectomy. …. and on JFC LOL they chew on the offensive "I love hot youth pastors" stickers, sleep-deprived holy spirit possession, and the wacky but gross infancy of the Metaverse. So grab your emotional support alligator, and listen on your favorite podcast app. You won't regret it. Or you might. Whatever. The God Pod: Have It Yahweh!! After 6000 years of running the universe, God realized that Satan is kicking his butt, like, really bad. Over the centuries and despite lots of trying, God has not been able to smite the forces of evil. So, he started a podcast to do just that. Full of fun and heart, the God Pod is a twice-weekly opportunity for God to hang out with his fellow deities and maybe even meet some interesting humans. NEW EPISODES MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS The God Pod is everywhere! YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/TheGodPod TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thegodpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheGodPodShow Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goodgodabove/ Join our Discord server for FREE and hang out with fellow fans of the God Pod:: https://discord.gg/7v3Cc4pjMC Get the God Pod ad-free on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/godpod Find the God pod wherever you get podcasts. thegodpodcast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Host Ken Harbaugh revisits the past three Accelerate Defense interviews, all focused on the role of innovation in addressing strategic challenges faced by the US Navy. Captain Michael Brasseur (@brasseur_mdb) is the co-founder and current Commodore of Task Force 59. Logan Jones is the general manager and president of SparkCognition Government Systems. Bilal Zuberi (@bznotes) is a general partner at Lux Capital.
Eight women were killed in a four year span in Jefferson Davis Parish, near the town of Jennings, Louisiana. While several suspects were arrested, no trial ever took place. Was this the work of a serial killer? Or does police corruption point in an entirely different direction? Be sure to check out the new podcast: Nobody Should Believe Me! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When our Nation failed our Afghan Brothers, our Service members, Veterans, and private citizens, did not. The harrowing and true story behind TASK FORCE PINEAPPLE is one you have to read and re-read over and over again to believe. Lucky for you, LT. COL. Scott Mann (RET.) is here to tell you the story on this episode of the Security Halt! podcast."OPERATION PINEAPPLE EXPRESS" is available NOW! So go buy a copy!If you're loving the show, share it with a friend, and give us a 5 star review! Wanna help us grow? Click the link below!Adult content warningSupport the show
Good Saturday morning! Kyle Wyatt, David Hall and Steve Makoski talk about a variety of topics, including: Some of the schools in Springfield are over 100 years old! What are the first things to be achieved in the Task Force? How is the task force different now than 4 years ago? How does the task force reflect changes in the school board? To get in touch with the board visit http://sps.org
In this time of radical upheaval and change, fulfilling the promise of a “more perfect union” in the United States means building a multi-racial democracy through transformative solidarity. As the Founder-in-Residence at Policy Link, Professor Angela Glover Blackwell has spent decades advancing racial and economic equity at the national and local levels. She says the fate of the wealthiest nation on Earth depends on what happens to the very people who've been left behind. Featuring Angela Glover Blackwell, one of the nation's most prominent, award-winning social justice advocates, is “Founder-in-Residence” at PolicyLink, the organization she started in 1999 to advance racial and economic equity that has long been a leading force in improving access and opportunity in such areas as health, housing, transportation, and infrastructure. The host of the “Radical Imagination” podcast and a professor at the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley, Angela, before PolicyLink, served as Senior Vice President at The Rockefeller Foundation and founded the Urban Strategies Council. She serves on numerous boards and advisory councils, including the inaugural Community Advisory Council of the Federal Reserve and California's Task Force on Business and Jobs Recovery. Resources From Othering to Belonging with Angela Glover Blackwell and john a. powell Transformative Solidarity for a Thriving Multiracial Democracy with Angela Glover Blackwell This is an episode of the Bioneers: Revolution from the Heart of Nature series. Visit the radio and podcast homepage to find out how to hear the program on your local station and how to subscribe to the podcast