Andy welcomes Dr. KimArie Yowell to this week's The Talent Development Hot Seat. KimArie is the Chief People Officer for Rocket Central, a Detroit-based professional services company. She oversees the teams responsible for creating and implementing training initiatives, talent development, and organizational effectiveness strategies. She joined Quicken Loans as a Leadership Coach with over 20 years of experience in client service, sales, and corporate education. KimArie has an intense passion for team member development and helping organizations thrive. She firmly believes that one's ability to effectively lead a team and make an impact rests on their ability to be inclusive, build trust and create a dynamic, high-performing team. KimArie Yowell has received several awards and accolades, including being named one of Michigan Chronicle's Women of Excellence (2020), Savoy Magazine's “Most Influential Women in Corporate America” (2019), and “40 Under 40” by the Michigan Chronicle for her exceptional achievements and community service (2018). She serves on Siena Heights University's Board of Trustees. In this episode, you'll hear: Dr. KimArie Yowell's transition from higher education into talent development and leadership at Rocket Central and why she has a passion for adult learners. Her learning and talent development philosophy and how that impacts her role at Rocket Central. What she does to help implement her learning philosophy and create opportunities for employee growth within the organization. Why Rocket Central has a Thrive Team, Thrive Coaches, how they help employees grow in their careers, and the purpose of Rock Academy. How removing the financial burden of continuing education has helped remove another barrier to career growth and education and its impact on the Rocket Central team. What an organization can do to create a culture of retention and why demonstration is vital to creating it. Connect with Andy Storch here: https://andystorch.com/ (Website) https://www.linkedin.com/in/andystorch/ (LinkedIn) https://tdtt.us/ (Join us in the Talent Development Think Tank Community)! Connect with Dr. KimArie Yowell: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimariewhy/ (LinkedIn)
The fastest way to find success is to follow the footsteps of someone who has gone before you. This week Greg Muzzillo shares why making millionaires is his favorite part of his job at Proforma. Listen in as Laura and Greg discuss how a franchising opportunity can provide business success, leadership support, and overall growth. Here are a few things you'll learn during this conversation: How Greg's team is working to qualify prospects virtually The definition of conversion franchises and why they work Why your business needs an advisory council How to build trust in high stakes relationships Why an engaged workforce makes higher profits During the 24-Hour Influence Challenge Greg inspires you to write down the recurring inner thoughts that are keeping you from being influential in business and in life, gaining a greater understanding of what's holding you back from success. About Greg Muzzillo: Greg Muzzillo started Proforma one year after graduating from college with a few hundred dollars. The business quickly grew to several million dollars and was recognized by Inc. Magazine's list of the 500 fastest growing companies for three consecutive years. This news prompted inquiries from others wanting to start a business, so Muzzillo developed the Proforma franchise model. Today, the Proforma franchise model offers aspiring entrepreneurs the opportunity to start their own business with a few hundred dollars and build their own multi-million dollar company. Proforma is a $500 million company with over 500 Franchise Owners primarily in North America, and one of the nation's largest distributors of printing, promotional produces, and custom packaging. Every year, 15-20 Proforma Franchise Owners are named to Inc. Magazine's list of the 5,000 fastest growing companies and more than 300 Franchise Owners are in Proforma's Million and Multi-Million Dollar Club. Muzzillo has served on the Board of Directors of the International Franchise Association, the Board of Trustees at the University of Tampa, and the Board of Directors of the University of Florida Entrepreneurship & Innovation Center. Muzzillo is an active member of Advertising Specialty Institute, Promotional Products Association International, and the International Franchise Association. He is also host of Million Dollar Monday, a podcast with advice for aspiring entrepreneurs. For more about our Franchise Affiliate Opportunity, visit www.proformafranchise.com. For more about Proforma's services, visit www.proforma.com. To learn more about Dr. Laura Sicola and how mastering influence can impact your success go to https://www.speakingtoinfluence.com/quickstart and download the quick start guide for mastering the three C's of influence. You can connect with Laura in the following ways: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drlaurasicola LinkedIn Business Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/vocal-impact-productions/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/VocalImpactProductions Facebook: Vocal Impact Productions Twitter: @Laura Sicola Instagram: @VocalImpactProductionsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A white supremacist jailed two years ago for sharing a video of the Christchurch terror attacks wants to be on the board of nearby school. The principal of Te Aratai College, or what used to be Linwood College, has confirmed Philip Arps has put his name forward for one of five trustee positions. Te Aratai is a short drive from where the second of the March 19 attacks took place. Arps was jailed for 21 months in 2019 for sending the video to thirty people. The school principal has declined to be interviewed. Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand chair Abdur Razzaq spoke to Susie Ferguson.
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It will be up to parents to vote and decide if a convicted white supremacist jailed two years ago will be able to get onto the board of a local school. The principal of Te Aratai College, or what used to be Linwood College, has confirmed Philip Arps has put his name forward for one of five trustee positions. Arps was jailed for twenty-one months in 2019 for sending the video of the Christchurch terror attacks to 30 people. Te Aratai is a short drive from where the second of the 15 March attacks took place at Linwood Mosque. The Chair of the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand, Abdur Razzaq says this is a targeted approach to cause more upset. Parent at the school and councillor for the Heathcote ward, Sarah Templeton says the rules around who is eligible are not sufficient . The president of the Secondary Principals' Association, Vaughan Couillault spoke to Corin Dann.
Eli Shapiro, EdD, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker with a doctorate in education and specialists certificate in Jewish educational leadership. He is the creator and director of The Digital Citizenship Project (thedigitalcitizenship.com), an Adjunct Professor for the City University of New York and a Trustee of the Queens Borough Public Library. Dr. Shapiro is a graduate of the Azrieli school of Jewish Education and Administration, Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Touro College and holds two licenses in school administration through the Queens College post graduate Educational Leadership Program. Dr. Shapiro has presented to thousands of parents, school faculty and mental health professionals in communities across North America, and has lectured for internationally recognized organizations including, Agudath Israel of America, Consortium of Jewish Day Schools, International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Shluchim, Nefesh International, The Orthodox Union, Prizmah - Center for Jewish Day Schools, Project Inspire, Torah Umesorah and Yeshiva University. Dr. Shapiro is an expert on the social and emotional functioning of families and leads numerous studies on Jewish families and technology. For more information, visit elishapiro.com.
www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com -This show is made possible by Noise Podcast Network https://www.NoisePodcastNetwork.comBuford resident Clinton Cain shows a page from the book, ‘Sex is a Funny Word,' to the Gwinnett Public Library System Board of Trustees on Monday night as he calls for the book to be moved out of the children's sections at Gwinnett library branches.Photo: Curt YeomansSOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com
Iowa State AD Jamie Pollard is next up on Higher Ed Athletics to discuss a wide-range of topics. The conversation begins with his video communication strategy to fans, including one with President Wintersteen to calm the fan base after the shock of Texas and Oklahoma leaving the Big 12. He discusses the planning process for a university-wide entertainment district and how to prepare to present projects in front of the Board of Trustees. Pollard cites a safety concern as the reason to relocate its student section this upcoming season and what they did to accommodate season ticket holders in the new area. We discuss whether NIL Collectives will receive the fundraising dollars traditionally flowing into athletic departments. The conversation continues with thoughts on several changes, including the four additions to the Big 12 and retirements of both Commissioner Bowlsby and NCAA President Emmert, and what those jobs will look like for the new leaders chosen. Visit www.HigherEdAthletics.com to learn more about the HEA Research services, including supporter/non-supporter, season ticket holder, brand awareness and embedded fan studies. And HEA is going to hit the road this season for in-person interviews. Visit HEA Official Visit on the site to learn more and reach out if you are interested in hosting Travis Smith to campus. Follow @TravisHEA on Twitter.
Terry sits in studio to discuss how some students and parents are concerned over a new policy regarding cell phones at Bullard High School. The policy, being implemented by principal Armen Torigian would have students lock their phones in a pouch during the day, and can only unlock them once school is dismissed. Trump released an over 3 minutes video message soon after FBI raid.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Monkeypox questions on transmission, testing, treatment, prevention, personal protective equipment (PPE) and more answered by Sandra Fryhofer, MD, Chair, American Medical Association Board of Trustees and AMA liaison to the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices. AMA CXO Todd Unger hosts. Monkeypox resources available here: https://www.ama-assn.org/topics/monkeypox
Tiokasin welcomes back Jennifer Robin (Choctaw) aka "Miss Jiff" to the show. Jennifer is the owner of Ofi Ni Productions and is a multiple award-winning producer and radio host, and television segment producer. Her weekly two-hour live program, "Resilience Radio," airs on KVMR 89.5 FM in Nevada City, CA. It presents Native American authors, artists, musicians, storytellers and activists and showcases contemporary Native music. Over the years Jennifer has interviewed hundreds of well-known Natives, including Buffy Sainte-Marie, Dennis Banks and John Trudell. "Resilience Radio" has an international following and is known for the authentic Indigenous voice. Jennifer's field work in Cannonball, North Dakota during the Standing Rock protest is available as a one-hour audio special. She was a broadcaster for SPIRIT Radio, Standing Rock's official station. Jennifer's ability to engage in honest, in-depth interviews is as entertaining as it is informative. She is a member of the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA).Regular guest Doug George-Kanentiio (Akwesasne Mohawk) was born and raised at the Mohawk Territory of Akwesasne. He attended school on and near the reservation before enrolling at Syracuse University and then the Antioch School of Law. Doug was a co-founder of the Native American Journalists Association before serving the Mohawk Nation as editor of the journals Akwesasne Notes and Indian Time. He worked with the late Vine Deloria, Jr., on the Traditional Knowledge conferences before joining the Board of Trustees for the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian. Doug is vice-president for the Hiawatha Institute for Indigenous Knowledge, a non-profit higher learning facility that is based on Iroquois principles. He resides on Oneida Iroquois Territory.Production Credits:Tiokasin Ghosthorse (Lakota), Host and Executive ProducerLiz Hill (Red Lake Ojibwe), ProducerMalcolm Burn, Studio Engineer, Radio Kingston, WKNY 1490 AM and 107.9 FM, Kingston, NYTiokasin Ghosthorse, Audio EditorMusic Selections:1. Song Title: Tahi Roots Mix (First Voices Radio Theme Song)Artist: Moana and the Moa HuntersAlbum: Tahi (1993)Label: Southside Records (Australia and New Zealand)(00:00:22)2. Song Title: RevolutionArtist: SOJAAlbum: Peace in the Time of War (2002)Label: DMV Records(00:30:04)3. Song Title: Bullet the Blue SkyArtist: U2Album: The Joshua Tree (1987)Label: Island Records(00:50:08)4. Song Title: Away From HereArtist: Smokey D PalmtreeAlbum: Peace of Mind (2021)Label: Gila River Records(00:56:18)AKANTU INSTITUTEVisit Akantu Institute, an institute that Tiokasin founded with a mission of contextualizing original wisdom for troubled times. Go to https://akantuinstitute.org/ to find out more and consider joining his Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/Ghosthorse.
Nikki Vanecek was raised in the western suburbs of Minneapolis on Lake Minnetonka and raised her children there as well. Nikki is active in the community; she serves on the Ridgeview Medical Center Foundation Board and is also a member of the Northwestern Health Science University Board of Trustees. When she is not busy helping others, she enjoys most any outdoor activity from wake surfing, downhill skiing, to riding her motorcycle, or a peaceful weekend up at her cabin. As an experienced health care provider, Nikki is the owner of EastWest Acupuncture and Professional Sports Acupuncture. She is paving the way for the collaboration of acupuncturists and Chinese medicine in modern medical health care. She has a Master's degree in Chinese Medicine from Northwestern Health Sciences University and advanced Training from Tianjin Medical University, a top-ranked medical college, in Tianjin China. Nikki has owned and operated EastWest Acupuncture for the last 12 years. She has expanded her clinic by collaborating with western health care systems like Ridgeview Medical Center and Twin Cites Orthopedics. She is also the Acupuncturist for the Minnesota Twins. Links from the Episode:EastWest Acupuncture Website: https://www.eastwest-acu.com/EastWest Acupuncture on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tcmwellnessclinicEastWest Acupuncture on Instagram: https: //www.instagram.com/east_west_acupuncture/Join the Twin Cities Wellness Collective™: https://www.tcwellnesscollective.com/
Steve Adubato sits down with Steve Edwards, President, The Foundation for the New Jersey Hall of Fame Board of Trustees, to talk about the 14th annual New Jersey Hall of Fame ceremony, and the importance of honoring New Jersians who've made an impact here in the Garden State. Steve Adubato sits down with Wayne Winborne, […]
Enjoy this episode on Overcoming Obstacles in Residency + Intro to Locums 101 as Dr. Sonya Sloan gives us a great talk! Dr. Sloan completed her residency at Baylor College of Medicine where she made history as both the first African-American female Intern in General Surgery and the first African-American female Orthopedic Surgery resident. She has authored and published research projects in Orthopedic Surgery and a joint venture with NASA, Johnson Space Center. Dr. Sloan is the quintessential fusion of her love for science and a passion to help others. Her commitment to impacting lives reaches far beyond the hospital walls and is evident by her work in her community and internationally. She has established two specifically purposed non-profit organizations: ME&WE, Inc. (Motivating & Empowering Women to Excel), which collectively reaches over 5,000 women daily. The other is SLOAN STEM+Arts, an educational diversity initiative. It's sole purpose is to increase the number of minority students in STEM careers through early exposure and mentoring, impacting financial stability for generations to come. In 2015, along with The Luke Church, Dr. Sloan initiated the philanthropic efforts for an international medical clinic with New Missions Organization in Haiti that now serves a community of more than 100,000 men, women, and children annually. Dr. Sloan currently serves on several Board of Trustees including, Black Women Orthopaedic Surgeons, the Institute of Spirituality and Health, RoweDocs Telemedicine, and Tristar Global Medical Inc. She is a consultant, blogger, and speaker for CompHealth and DairyMax, a national partner to the NFL and Fuel Up to Play 60 initiative, which promotes proper youth daily nutrition. She has been an Adjunct Professor at Concordia University with a focus on Health Care Administration. As a serial entrepreneur, Dr. Sloan helped to launch a telemedicine company as the Virtual OrthoDoc, one of the first of its kind in telehealth and orthopedics. In this episode we talk about: Her early entrepreneur days Struggles faces in residency and how she overcame them Her experience being the first African American female at her residency program What Locums is How locums jobs works Things to look for in a locums company, + more ! This episode is sponsored by Locumstory: Have you ever considered a different way of practicing medicine? Whether you are burned out, need a change of pace, or are looking to supplement your income, locum tenens might be the solution for you. And, if you're considering locum tenens, either full time or on the side, you probably have a question or two. Or twenty! Fortunately, www.Locumstory.com has the answers you need. It's packed with unbiased information and advice from physicians like you. Locumstory.com has nothing to sell – it's simply a resource for information. You'll find super handy tools that let you see locums trends for your specialty, compare different locums agencies, and there's even a quiz to help you decide if locums is right for you. www.Locumstory.com has answers to basic questions like, “What is locum tenens?”, to more complex questions about pay ranges, taxes, licensing, and many others.The locumstory blog also features content and perspectives from actual locums physicians who have first-hand locums experience. www.Locumstory.com is the perfect place to start if you want to learn more about locums
Since she was a student at Northwestern, University Trustee Jane S. Hoffman '86 ('21 P) has been interested in how messages and media are constructed and consumed. And found she could help others understand complex subjects through storytelling and accessible language, and through public service. As Commissioner of Consumer Affairs in New York City, Hoffman found herself never tiring of hearing people's problems and finding solutions. During her run for Lieutenant Governor of New York she describes how she had the opportunity to tour the entire state and listen to her potential constituents and understand the issues impacting them and their communities. Hoffman tell us how she later founded the Presidential Forum on Renewable Energy to help force politicians and their policy makers to talk about the existential threat of climate change in a public forum. And subsequently introduce language around climate change into common discourse. Helping others understand complex subjects such as data, privacy, money, and sustainability through accessible language is a through line in her career path. In this episode of Northwestern Intersections Hoffman joins us for a conversation that highlights her recent book, Your Data, Their Billions: Unraveling and Simplifying Big Tech. Understanding the great benefits and genuine risks of navigating the internet and new technology is essential in our increasingly virtual world. She shares how her book offers an accessible explanation of how big tech collects and trades our data to make profits, and how her policy proposals would protect online users' privacy rights. And how you can take meaningful steps towards safeguarding your privacy while enjoying the positive features the internet has to offer. Northwestern Alumni Association is offering alumni in the United States a chance to win one of 10 signed copies of the book Your Data, Their Billions: Unraveling and Simplifying Big Tech. To participate, complete the form: alumni.northwestern.edu/IntersectionsGiveaway or request to be entered by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by 11:59 p.m. CDT on August 18, 2022. No payment or donation is required, nor will it improve one's chances of winning. The giveaway is limited to one book, per household (a $28 retail value) and limited to Northwestern alumni who are United States residents and at least 18 years of age. Shipping and handling of the book will be covered by the Northwestern Alumni Association.
Superintendent HD Chambers discusses the role of a superintendent and the Alief ISD Board of Trustees and how they are shaping the future of Alief ISD. Guests include Alief ISD Board President Ann Williams and Board Vice President Dr. Darlene Breaux.
The Summary of the 2022 Annual Reports published by the Social Security and Medicare Boards of Trustees has some grim news. Both programs are running out of money, and inflation is only going to hasten then day when they go broke. Congress has introduced a "rescue plan" that's guaranteed not to work. That's because it's based on inaccurate numbers and unrealistic assumptions. In this week's Chairman's Report, AFFT president Steve Hayes presents the real solution to keeping these two programs solvent--the FAIRtax.
Carla Rosenberg is Senior Vice President of Charity & Events Management for global sports marketing agency SPORTFIVE and is part of the leadership team. Based in Dallas, Carla runs the Charity and Events Management practice and offers additional event and production capabilities alongside Rooftop2 Productions, the agency's New York-based experiential marketing and production division. Carla's team also provides philanthropic expertise to many of SPORTFIVE'S more than 250 athlete clients looking to build or enhance their charitable activities. Prior to joining SPORTFIVE, Carla founded Matchpoint Agency and served as Chief Visionary Officer, working with athletes, professional sports teams and nonprofit clients to achieve their philanthropic goals. In May 2018, Matchpoint Agency joined Lagardère Plus, the global partnership marketing agency of Lagardère Sports and Entertainment, which was rebranded to SPORTFIVE in May. Carla's first entrée into the agency setting was as Sports Marketing Director for SCA Promotions. Before that, she spent eight seasons in the professional sports industry. Carla began her career working for the President of the Texas Rangers Baseball Club and later served as Senior Director of Community Marketing for the Dallas Stars Hockey Club and Executive Director of the Dallas Stars Foundation. These experiences, along with her natural business acumen, introduced her to new people, big ideas and winning strategies that helped inspire the evolution of Matchpoint. While helping athletes manage their Foundations and having her finger on the pulse of the professional sports landscape and philanthropic scene, her ability to maximize revenue opportunities and execute championship-level charity events has earned her notoriety as a game changer in the industry. From professional tennis tournaments to galas, she and her team have planned and executed some of the nation's highest-profile events. In 2019, Carla was selected as a recipient of Sports Business Journal's Game Changers Awards, which honors a select group of women who are having a major impact in transforming the sports business industry. Carla currently serves as President on the board of Dallas Influencers Sport & Entertainment (DISE) and sits on the Board of Directors for PwC SMU Athletic Forum, Nancy Lieberman Charities, and The Sandlot Children's Charity. She is on The University of Dallas MBA Advisory Board and The Dallas Stars Hockey Hall of Fame Nomination Committee. She volunteered her time as a former Board of Trustee member for ten years with The National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Born and raised in South Africa, Carla holds a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where she played four years of tennis on an NCAA Division-I Athletic Scholarship. She graduated with highest honors, as well as Academic All-American and All-Big Ten accolades. She also achieved her Master of Business Administration in Marketing/Sports & Entertainment Management from the University of Dallas in Irving, Texas. In this episode, we discuss: - Carla's love of tennis and her journey through NCAA as a D1 athlete - How Carla began her business journey in sports marketing while completing her MBA - Why saying yes to the hard things has the biggest results - How Carla started her own agency, and why saying "no" to certain projects allowed Matchpoint to scale - Story behind Matchpoint acquisition, and key takeaways for current business leaders - How Carla leveraged the pandemic to rethink and come out stronger
The Shinnecock Nation recently broke ground on a 5,000-square-foot cannabis dispensary on its territory in Southampton as it looks forward to the economic development New York's decriminalized cannabis industry will bring to the tribe. Chenae Bullock, the managing director of Little Beach Harvest, the tribal cannabis business; Bryan Polite, the chairman of the Shinnecock Nation Council of Trustees; and Express News Group senior reporter Stephen Kotz join the editors on the podcast this week to discuss the origins of the dispensary, how the business will operate and what it will mean for the nation's future.
Yassmin Abdel-Magied is a Sudanese-Australian writer, engineer and award-winning social advocate. Whether through literary essays, educational tiktoks, or live television broadcasts, Yassmin is an assured and intelligent voice, analysing society's systemic challenges, reframing established narratives and making complex ideas accessible to all. Yassmin has published four books, written two plays and is currently developing a number of projects for screen. In non-fiction, Yassmin writes on politics, technology and culture, exploring how we can collectively build a more just world. In her fiction and scripted work, Yassmin enjoys examining rich, complex themes and centering Black Muslim women (with a healthy dose of humour!).An award-winning speaker and globally sought-after advisor on issues at the intersections of race, gender and faith, Yassmin has delivered keynotes and workshops in 25 countries in Arabic, English and a smattering of French. She founded her first organisation, Youth Without Borders, at the age of 16, leading it for nine years before co-founding two other organisations focused on serving women of colour. Yassmin is currently a Trustee of the London Library and Stakeholder Committee Chair with the Black Writers Guild. Her TED talk has been viewed over 2.5 million times and recognised as one of TED's top 10 ideas. In all her work, Yassmin is an advocate for transformative justice and a fairer, safer world for all.Get her new book Talking About A Revolution Amazon AUS Amazon US Pre-order my new book 'The Path of an Eagle: How To Overcome & Lead After Being Knocked Down'.► AMAZON US► AMAZON AUSSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/thestorybox. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Health officials announced there are now 33 confirmed cases of monkeypox in Mecklenburg County, nearly doubling last week's case count of 18. During a news conference Monday, county health leaders said the Mecklenburg County Health Department will receive an extra 2,000 doses of the monkeypox vaccine. There are approximately 1,800 people on the waiting list to be vaccinated. Monday's update also revealed there has been local transmission of monkeypox in Mecklenburg County. Health Director Dr. Raynard Washington said there previously was no evidence of local spread in the county. Washington said Mecklenburg is seeing the doubling of monkeypox cases every three to four days. The health department is working "with urgency" to stem this trend with vaccines and education. READ MORE: https://www.wcnc.com/article/news/health/monkeypox-mecklenburg-county-case-update-vaccine-waiting-list-public-health-department/275-03331034-47b8-4f16-b075-3d14d401cb43 The Clover School District Board of Trustees held a special meeting Monday to vote on a bond resolution for the November ballot, ultimately giving the green light to a $156 million bond referendum. This comes after voters failed to pass last year's proposed $196 million bond request. The district met up weeks ago to build consensus around the resolution, with some board members expressing interest in constructing a new high school. READ MORE: https://www.wcnc.com/article/news/education/clover-school-meeting-bond-nov-ballot/275-3ae3bdf5-2dae-4203-8ec5-be03f53141e9 Plus, What is the best part of your morning routine? Do you like hopping in the shower to start your day or is reaching for your phone to get caught up the first thing you do after rolling out of bed? Watch Wake Up Charlotte each weekday morning from 4:30 to 7 a.m. on WCNC Charlotte, and as always, join the conversation on social media using #WakeUpCLT!
In today's episode, I chat with Mark Romig, the Senior Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer of New Orleans & Company, the New Orleans tourism industry's destination marketing and sales organization. Mark's public relations career has spanned more than four decades. From teaching in college classrooms, to the 1984 Louisiana World's Fair. From working as a Staff Assistant to U.S. Dept. of Transportation Secretary Elizabeth Dole and on the 1987-88 presidential campaign of U.S. Senator Bob Dole.In 2013 Mark became the Stadium Announcer for the NFL's New Orleans Saints in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, succeeding his father, Jerry, who served in the same role for 446 consecutive Saints home games over 44 years. Mark is also a member of the Board of Directors of Fidelity Bank, headquartered in New Orleans.In the discussion, Mark & I cover a lot of ground. From his professional journey - complete with some really compelling twists & turns, to how he took up the challenge of cementing his father's legacy, while forging his own path.It was such a pleasure connecting with Mark. And I hope you enjoy it. Mark RomigA native New Orleans, Mark is the Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of New Orleans & Company, the New Orleans tourism industry's destination marketing and sales organization. Mark is a former member of the Xavier University Board of Trustees, former Chairman of Project Lazarus, former member of the Board of Commissioners of New Orleans City Park, former member of the Board of Directors of the Audubon Nature Institute, past International President of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity and former President and Chairman of the Board of the Allstate Sugar Bowl Committee.LinkedInWebsiteThinking Inside the BoxConstraints drive innovation. We tackle the most complex issues related to work & culture. And if you enjoy the work we're doing here, consider giving us a 5-star rating, leaving a comment & subscribing. It ensures you get updated whenever we release new content & really helps amplify our message. LinkedInInstagramTwitterWebsiteApple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsSpotifyStitcherPocket CastMatt BurnsMatt Burns is an award-winning executive, social entrepreneur and speaker. He believes in the power of community, simplicity & technology.LinkedInTwitter
This week on the podcast, I am joined by Dr. Efrat LaMandre. Dr. E owns and operates her own medical practice, EG Healthcare, which provides pediatric, adult and geriatric care to over 20,000 patients. In addition to her primary care practice, she has taken conventional medicine to the next level with her signature process The Knew Method. The Knew Method helps patients take control of their health destiny using a Functional Medicine Approach that empowers them to finally realize that their symptoms are not in their head. As a result, she helps people optimize their health, prevent illness, reduce medication and feel great. Dr. E is the co-chair of the Staten Island Hospital Board of Trustees. She also serves as the President of the Nurse Practitioner Association State Board. In addition, she is Clinical Faculty at Wagner College, and she is also the Primary Care Provider for the City University New York, College of Staten Island Athletic Department. Efrat owns a Medical Scribe company, HawkScribes, that allows providers focus on their patients instead of charting. Dr. E is also a public speaker and offers consulting services to other nurse practitioners who are opening up their own practices On this episode we talk about the most common food sensitivities, how inflammation in the body will cause disease, and how food sensitivities may be playing havoc with your health. We also discuss the testing you may be missing out on if you're going through conventional medicine, the subtle signs of food sensitivities and how it can lead to long term health issues, the actions we can take to get control of our health, and so much more! Spread the love by sharing this podcast with your friends and family! Don't forget to subscribe to the channel so you never miss an episode, and I would love if you took a moment to rate and review the show! DISCLAIMER: Please keep in mind this episode is not mean to act as medical advice. You are always encouraged to be your own advocate and to do your own research --------------------------- Connect with Meghan: Instagram | TikTok | YouTube | Website To Email the Show: email@example.com Connect with Dr. E: Website | Instagram | TikTok ---------------------------- Shop my Amazon Store Front where I link all my favourite wellness and beauty products and brands, and my go-to book recommendations. --------------------------- Red Light therapy is an incredible way for you to uplevel your health and wellness. It helps with improving cognitive function, skin health, better sleep, combating anxiety and depression, reducing inflammation, increasing your libido, boosting energy, and stimulating hair growth just to name a few. I did a podcast interview with Landon and Cameron, the co-founders of Kala Red Light, and learned so much about this incredible practice and their product. Right now, they are giving Balance Your Life podcast listeners 10% off site wide when you use code balancebymeghan at checkout. That's 10% off site wide any of their products online when you use code balancebymeghan at checkout. ----------------------- Energybits is giving all Balance Your Life podcast listeners 20% off when you use code MEGHAN at checkout on any of their products online. Use the link in the show notes to get your bag of algae tablets today. Click here.
Avi Gordon in conversation with Rev. Kumari de Sachy.Rev. Kumari has been a devotee of Sri Swami Satchidananda since 1981 and has lived and served in many capacities at Satchidananda Ashram–Yogaville since 1986, including as editor of the Integral Yoga Magazine, Publications Manager, LYT and Ashram Yogi Manager, Resident Services Director, Vidyalayam (Yogaville school) teacher, Yoga teacher. She has taught IY in prison and in college. She is currently serving on the Ashram Board of Trustees and Spiritual Life Board. Rev. Kumari has a doctorate in English Education/Language Arts and has taught English in American and French universities. She is the author of Bound to be Free: The Liberating Power of Prison Yoga and A Vision of Peace: The Interfaith Teachings of Sri Swami Satchidananda and has published articles on various Yoga topics.Rev. Kumari lives in Yogaville with her husband, Snehan, her daughter, Pamela, and her two dogs and two cats. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tonight's special guest is Maria Vinci-Savettiere, Executive Director of Deidre's House in Morris County, New Jersey. Established in 1994, Deirdre's House is the only site in Morris County for child victims of abuse and/or neglect, and for children that have witnessed violence, where a child victim can be interviewed and digitally recorded by law enforcement, medically examined and treated by a pediatric abuse specialist, prepared for trial, and clinically counseled in English or Spanish—all under one roof, all free of charge. ince 1996, Deirdre's House has provided services in over 43,000 child visits. As Executive Director of Deirdre's House, Maria has combined her legal knowledge and business acumen to improve and add to the programs and services offered to child victims and their families. She has increased cooperation and collaboration among law enforcement, child welfare agencies and organizations investigating crimes against children and providing services to child victims. Maria also educates the community regarding child abuse prevention and reporting, and emerging issues in child welfare, through speaking engagements at schools, corporations, and community organizations. As if that weren't enough, Maria has been the chairperson of the Morris County Multidisciplinary Team since 2004. She is the child advocacy center representative to the New Jersey Governor's Child Advocacy and Multidisciplinary Team Advisory Board, the Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of Blair Academy, a member of the Board of Directors of the Greater Morristown YMCA, and a member of the Board of Trustees of Preschool Advantage, serving on their child placement and strategic planning committees.
In today's episode, we'll be discussing the legal and medical aspects of the PPD permanent partial disability exam, which is part of the process in most workers' compensation claims. And we'll do that with two experts, Jason Mills, partner at GGRM Law Firm, and Dr. James Anthony, GGRM's Chief Medical Officer.Dr. Anthony is an experienced clinician and teacher, and he is one of the most respected Permanent Partial Disability (PPD) rating doctors in the state who has assessed and rated thousands of workers' compensation claims for the past 20 years. He's been practicing and teaching medicine for more than 36 years. He's also a trained lawyer, obtaining his JD from Florida State, and is a member of the Florida Bar. Over his career, Jason D. Mills, Esq. partner at GGRM Law Firm, has acted as lead counsel on several thousand contested workers' compensation claims. He has developed a reputation as a tireless advocate for his injured clients. Mr. Mills has successfully litigated workers' compensation cases through the Nevada Industrial Insurance system at all levels of the administrative law process, from the initial Hearing Office through the Nevada Supreme Court. Mr. Mills is also active in the state trial lawyers association, the Nevada Justice Association (NJA). In that capacity, Mr. Mills has both lobbied and testified for the NJA on important issues related to Nevada's injured workers at the Nevada Legislature since 2015. In 2016 Mr. Mills was elected to the Board of Governors for the NJA. In 2017 Mr. Mills was awarded the NJA's “Badger Award” for his distinguished service to the association and the people of the State of Nevada. In 2018 Mr. Mills was elected to the Board of Trustees for the Citizens for Justice, the NJA political action committee. In 2018 the State Bar of Nevada selected Mr. Mills as one of the five co-founding board members to serve on the State Bar of Nevada Board of Workers' Compensation Legal Specialization in order to create and administer a state bar certification and testing process for attorney specialization in the field of Nevada workers' compensation law. Mr. Mills is also a member of the national trial lawyers association, the American Association of Justice (AAJ), and Workers' Injury Law & Advocacy Group (WILG).
On this week's podcast, hosts Will Evans and Ben Eagle are joined by Jim Chapman MBE, Trustee of the Farm Safety Foundation, along with Kite Partner, Ainsley Baker, to discuss the very important topic of Farm Safety. Jim shares the details of his own on-farm accident, how it affected him physically and mentally and how he has since made it his mission to raise awareness of the topic. He and Ainsley discuss the most recent farm safety figures and their thoughts on if, and how, farmer attitudes and farm practices have changed over the years along with sharing their thoughts and tips on accident prevention on farm. Chris Walkland, as usual gives us the latest news and views on the dairy markets.
In this episode we provide our listeners and viewers with an overview of the key Frontline AIDS activities at the upcoming AIDS 2022 conference in Montreal – particularly the launch of the Report “Protectors or Perpetrators?” – highlighting how unlawful policing practices are affecting the communities most affected by AIDS – and showcasing the leadership of those same communities in documenting and responding to human rights violations. The panelists for this episode are − Host, Ben Plumley − Oratile Moseki, Lead Human Rights Advocacy (Human Rights), Frontline AIDS − Micheal Ighodaro, Prevention Access Campaign & Trustee of Frontline AIDS − Liberty Matthyse, Executive Director, Gender Dynamix South Africa − Victoria Kalyniuk, REAct Regional Coordinator, Alliance for Public Health Ukraine Directed by Erik Espera, NewsDoc Media Produced by Troy Espera Frontline AIDS producer Allie Liu https://frontlineaids.org https://www.genderdynamix.org.za https://aph.org.ua/en/about-alliance https://www.ashotinthearmpodcast.com
Friends and business partners Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin have become stars of pandemic feel-good TV, with their Netflix show Get Organised with The Home Edit. They go into someone's home – be it a Hollywood celebrity or a stressed family of five - and transform a cluttered space into something beautiful and functional. The emphasis is firmly on giving busy women back some time and headspace through better organisation of their homes. Clea and Joanna join Emma to give some pro tips and explain how they got the business off the ground with a little help from Hollywood actor and exec Reese Witherspoon. Women with learning disabilities die on average 26 years younger than the general population. This shocking figure is contained in a new report which investigates health inequalities for people with learning disabilities, and the resulting premature and, often, entirely avoidable deaths. In her first interview since taking up the role of Chair of Trustees at the Learning Disability charity Mencap, the former Director General of the CBI Dame Carolyn Fairbairn tells Emma about why the life, and death, of her sister Diana Fairbairn, who had learning disabilities and cerebral palsy, and who died last December, has inspired her new campaigning role to improve support for people with learning disabilities. As the Women and Equalities Committee in Parliament releases its final report into the overlooked impacts of the menopause, Emma speaks to the Chair of that Committee, Conservative MP Caroline Nokes, about the actions she wants the government to now take up. These include consulting on making menopause a protected characteristic under the Equality Act – meaning employers would have to make reasonable adjustments for menopausal women in the workplace. Last month, we asked listeners about the matriarchs in their lives, the redoubtable women whose stories deserve to be told. Today, listener Kate from Cambridge tells her Grandmother ‘Babushka's story.
Dr Mehmood is the Associate Director of the Edward Cadbury Centre for the Public Understanding of Religion, University of Birmingham, where she co-convenes and serves as Senior Tutor for the MPA in faith-based leadership. Alongside this, she is a Young Religious Leader for the UNAOC (United Nations Alliance of Civilizations) EDIN (Empowering Dialogue & Interfaith Networks) programme. She is also a Research Associate at St Benet's Hall, University of Oxford, and a Trustee for the Women's Interfaith Network. Website: https://www.theshiftwithmaryyum.com/Twitter: @marymood
Our guest today is Lauren Blanchard Zalewski. She is a writer, speaker, passionate champion of all things gratitude, and a self-diagnosed “gratitude addict,” hence the name of her blog. Having lived with chronic illness for over 20 years and hitting a very deep personal rock bottom in 2013, she has found that the single most powerful tool to aid in her emotional healing is gratitude. Her year-long “Gratitude Project of 2016” on Facebook deepened her understanding of the effectiveness of this in a life-altering way. She is the founder of the Facebook group “Attitude of Gratitude with Chronic Pain,” along with its several sister spin-off groups which offer various tools for healing and happiness for those living with chronic emotional and/or physical conditions. Additionally, she hosts the weekly live broadcast, “Gratefully Living the Chronic Life,” which streams on both Facebook Live and YouTube on Thursdays at 8 pm EST. Each week brings expert guests and new topics pertaining to living our best possible lives despite dealing with life's curveballs. Lauren is a voracious student of the human experience who has spent many years delving into intensive research into the power of gratitude as a powerful tool for those who endure life's difficulties, such as pain and illness. Her mission, passion, and life's work lie in spreading the message of gratitude as the ultimate ‘therapy' for resilience, hope, joy, and intention even through the most difficult of circumstances. Her first book, “The 5-Minute Gratitude Journal for Teen Boys: Quick Prompts for Wisdom, Courage and Confidence” was released in November 2021, by Rockridge Press. Her next book, also by Rockridge Press, the “52-Week Intention Journal: Guided Prompts to Build a Practice of Reflection, Focus, and Meaningful Change” was released on March 29, 2022 and she is currently at work on her third title for Rockridge which will be out in September 2022. Lauren has also been active in the non-profit sector, having served on the Board of Trustees of Chronic Pain Anonymous for many years. Her writing has been featured in Everyday Health, The Mighty, and Pain-Free Living. IF you are interested in the book I mention during the Interview 1000 Gifts, I highly recommend it! Connect with Lauren on IG@gratitude_addict Did you know that I offer weekly movement classes to help you develop a healthy relationship with exercise & your body as you heal through chronic pain & illness? Check out my WEBSITE & sign up today for your first class FREE. You can click the link in the bottom of show notes to leave a monetary contribution to future episodes today!
Josh Friedman is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Canyon Partners, a $25 billion multi-strategy firm that specializes in credit-related analysis across distressed securities, securitizations, risk arbitrage, and real estate. Josh founded Canyon in 1990 with Mitch Julis, his roommate from their time at Harvard Law School and Business School. Our conversation covers Josh's background at Goldman Sachs and Drexel Burnham with Michael Milken, the founding of Canyon, its investment philosophy, key stages on its path, and structure of the organization. We then turn to Josh's thoughts on the evolution of credit markets, liquidity, competitive dynamics among creditors, opportunities, and risks. We close with Josh's advice for investment committees based on his experience as a Trustee at Harvard Management, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and CalTech, among others. Learn More Follow Ted on Twitter at @tseides or LinkedIn Subscribe to the mailing list Access Transcript with Premium Membership
Alabama Athletic Director Greg Byrne kicks off season 4 of the Higher Ed Athletics podcast. Greg starts off talking about his experience growing up in Eugene, OR and other college towns as the son of an AD. He talks about what college sports was like from his perspective growing up and how that has changed from the many issues the industry is going through today. I ask him straight up whether he gets sick of people questioning his good intentions and stated passion for all of college athletics and not just football and basketball. We continue by talking about the Transformation Committee and the future responsibility for conference offices. Byrne ends the conversation talking about Commissioner Sankey's leadership in the SEC. Check out 20 more minutes with Greg Byrne by visiting www.HigherEdAthletics.com as the conversation continues. We talk Paul Finebaum's impact on the SEC and the backstory of Mississippi State AD John Cohen. Then Greg shares advice for those working in the industry and his advice for preparing to deliver a presentation in front of a Board of Trustees. Check out my new HEA research services: Donor Study. Season Ticket Holder Study. Embedded Fan Observation Study. https://higheredathletics.com/qualitative-research/ 0:43 What was it like going to High School in Eugene, OR while your dad was Oregon's AD? 4:46 Athletic Director Career Report in Elementary School 7:48 Thoughts on Then & Now of college sports 13:35 Do you ever get sick of people not believing you care about anything other than Football and Basketball? 17:44 Is it a certainty at this point that conferences will take on more governance responsibility? 23:15 Commissioner Greg Sankey's brilliant stewardship of the SEC 27:40 What Paul Finebaum has done for the SEC 31:40 The backstory of Mississippi State AD John Cohen 35:50 Thoughts on those wanting to be an AD or currently working in College Athletics 40:35 Preparing for a presentation to the Board of Trustees and tips on public speaking
Since his arrival at Kennedy Home as a child in the 1950's, Jim Dyer has had a heart for Baptist Children's Homes of NC. Listen as Dr. Michael Blackwell and one of BCH's favorite ambassadors discuss Dyer's journey from a broken home to successes in a variety of roles, including Vietnam military helicopter pilot, corporate chaplain, and Mayor Pro Tem of the Town of Wake Forest.
We are proud to welcome this week's guest to the show, Mike Kelly, an entrepreneur, author, speaker, board director, certified coach, Certified Financial Planner™ and a Registered Life Planner®. Mike's story of overcoming the odds to reach goal after goal is testimony in perseverance.He is Managing Member of Right Path Enterprises, LLC, where he helps clients improve their ability to lead themselves and others by providing consulting, training and coaching services with distinction and integrity. Mike is also Founder and Principal of Kelly Financial Planning, LLC, where he helps clients clarify their goals and make more informed financial decisions. He does this by providing fee-only financial planning and advice to people regardless of net worth or level of income. Clients pay by the hour or project.Mike is also a former corporate senior executive having held a variety of positions at Macy's Department Stores and Michelin Tire Corporation. He has broad functional experience in finance, operations, sales, and human resources. He is known as an authentic and high-integrity leader who builds trust. He is an effective listener who asks insightful questions, and one who inspires and motivates others. Mike is skilled in strategy, in innovation, and in leading organizations through change. He is intellectually curious and has a strong results orientation working in complex organizations. He is always focused on doing things the right way. Mike has broad experience in the board room as well as in leadership positions on boards. He currently serves as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of his alma mater – Mars Hill University in North Carolina. He has also been involved with Rotary International for over 24 years and has served in a variety of board and leadership roles including co-chair of the Board of Directors of Rotary's D.E.I. initiative in its Heart of America Region that serves over 1,500 clubs and 67,000 members in 13 states and as District Governor for Southwest Ohio.He is also the author of the book “Leaderfluence: Secrets of Leadership Essential to Effectively Leading Yourself and Positively Influencing Others”.Mike can be reached through LinkedIn, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by visiting https://rightpathenterprises.com or by calling 513-379-2527.End Hype with Callye KeenCallye shares 15 years experience launching products and growing businesses.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Rags To RichesRags To Riches will help to develop a ‘have-everything' mindset. Dominate in any industry.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Content JefeA podcast that helps online business owners make better content and more money.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
Thanks to the death of private pensions, the devaluation of Social Security benefits and other undeniable retirement factors such as inflation and increased taxes, America is now in a retirement income crisis. Kraig Strom, the host of Personal Pension Radio, is focused on helping you pack your bags for both halves of the retirement journey. Kraig's mission is help you build & protect your wealth and lifestyle today and generationally. Along the way, Kraig is ready to assist with all matters related to your financial wellbeing as well as your business and family legal needs. Optimizing Retirement income and protecting your legacy does not happen with a product. You must have an integrated approach. DISCLAIMER: Kraig Strom is not an attorney or a certified public accountant. Kraig is a Certified Financial Planner Professional®, a Chartered Financial Consultant®, and an Investment advisor representative. As cool as all that may sound, this video is only helpful hints, tips and education. This video is not specific tax, legal or investment advice. Before you decide to take action on anything you see in this video, please consult with your tax, legal or investment advisor first.
Are the household responsibilities shared equally in your home? Or is the majority of the emotional, mental and domestic load taken on by one person? In this week's episode, I speak to Clare Twelvetrees about how we can create more equality in our homes. Clare is the Chair of Equality Starts at Home (ESAH) and in our conversation, we discuss how to start a conversation about equality with your partner and share tips for workplaces and line managers on supporting equality at home. COMPLETE THE HOUSEHOLD BALANCE CALCULATOR Equality Starts at Home has come together with ThirdShift which has developed a Household Balance Calculator. Answer questions about what chores you do and how long they take you and the tool calculates what the balance is in a percentage. An objective way to start the conversation in your household! Household Balance Calculator: https://www.thirdshift.co.uk/ CONNECT WITH CLARE Clare is a leader in the international development sector and currently Director of Strategy and Performance at Brooke. She is also the Co-Founder and Chair of Equality Starts at Home (ESAH). Equality Starts at Home was formed after giving her speech about equality post COVID-19 at the Aspire Re-imagination conference in June 2020. The other Co-Founders of Equality Starts At Home are Jackie Carter, Lesley Macniven and Venise Vinegar and Trustees are Rita Kakati-Shah, Jago Brown, Frances Goodrum and Catherine McArthur. Clare has worked on a range of issues including women's empowerment specifically as Interim CEO at the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women. She is passionate about equality at home and believes it has helped her and her partner challenge stereotypes, achieve their potential and be positive role models to their children. Website: https://www.equalitystartsathome.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/equality-starts-at-home/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/equalhome FREE MASTERCLASS: HOW TO BE A RESPECTED LEADER My popular free masterclass - How To Be A Respected Leader Without Being Any Less Likeable – is available to watch on demand for a limited time! Learn how to: Avoid the 3 BIG mistakes that are reducing your authority and gravitas as a leader Use my #1 tool for tackling difficult conversations Finally unlock the secret to being a respected leader without being any less likeable Watch The Masterclass: https://www.carlamillertraining.com/respected-leader PRE-ORDER MY BOOK My book, Closing the Influence Gap: A practical guide for women leaders who want to be heard, is now available for pre-order from most bookshops! I wrote this to empower women leaders to successfully navigate the workplace, lead their way and change it for the better. It is a reference tool packed with practical strategies and a troubleshooting section which women can draw on daily to tackle the challenging conversations, decisions and situations they face. Available in September – Pre-order your copy here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Closing-Influence-Gap-practical-leaders/dp/1788603613/ref=sr_1_1?crid=32SFPA2L60FCM&keywords=closing+the+influence+gap&qid=1649087866&sprefix=closing+the+influence+gap%2Caps%2C91&sr=8-1 CONNECT WITH ME LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carlamiller1/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisiscarlamiller/ Website: https://www.carlamillertraining.com/ HOW CAN I SUPPORT THE PODCAST? Subscribe Share this episode with a friend Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify I would love to hear your feedback on this week's podcast. Please leave a review or come say hello on social! Thank you for listening, see you next week!
Where the heck have we been Bookshelvers? Well... It's fair to say we've been busy bees. Since we took over PACT it's been a joyus whirling dervish of learning, fun, content creation and teaching. We hope our hiatus hasn't left you audio lonely for top quality dog related pod fun?!So we are back! and this week we are starting our Connecting Communities Series. The idea is based around our very first PACT in person Conference! Yep you heard us. The Bookshelf/PACT team are holding a conference this autumn on October 16th in Winchester and you're all invited. We have some fabulous speakers lined up and we wanted to give you a little taster of them all with a few podcasts to wet your appetites!First up we have the awesome Suzanne Rogers who will be one of our keynote speakers giving tips for everyone in the canine care industry on how to communicate for greater success. This podcast is a real eye opener and is (in itself) full of great ideas to help us all out no matter what field we are in.Suzanne Facts:Suzanne has worked in several very different roles that together have paved the way for being the co-director of HBCA. After graduation she worked in science publishing – initially as a science journalist and later managing several journals. In her spare time she re-qualified in animal behaviour and welfare and gained extensive practical experience with several organisations. She founded Learning About Animals through which she organised educational events and undertook consultancy projects. She is also active as an IAABC-certified horse behaviour consultant.Through extensive travel to developing countries Suzanne gained interest in transport animals and in 2005 joined the Board of the World Association for Transport Animal Welfare and Studies (TAWS). She is co-founder and Programmes Director of Change For Animals Foundation (CFAF), co-founder and Trustee of the Aquarium Welfare Association and Trustee of the World Cetacean Alliance (WCA).In 2007, she became the Programmes Manager of the Companion Animal Unit at WSPA (now World Animal Protection). She managed several dog population and working equine programmes. The role was to develop and test participatory methodologies – working with communities to change the way they manage and care for their animals. Suzanne led the move away from a heavy focus on mobile clinics towards prevention through participatory approaches. To reflect the broad applicability of the approach she became the Technical Advisor for Human Behaviour Change Programmes. Since 2011, Suzanne has worked as an international consultant for animal welfare and human behaviour change. In 2016, she co-founded Human Behaviour Change for Animals CIC with Jo and the rest is historyLink to Human Behaviour Change for Animals websiteHBCA - Human Behaviour Change for Animals (hbcforanimals.com)Link to the buy ticket for the Connecting Communities ConferenceConference 2022 — Professional Association of Canine Trainers (pact-dogs.com)Link to our Patreon page to help support us make the show!https://www.patreon.com/BookshelversLink to Grant Sharkey's Spotify page (Grant's amazing song 'Grow' features each week as our outro tune.https://open.spotify.com/artist/13PaCwwgVR77TbJH6XAVHQ?si=EOQGmWdCRCiXdECNmJvNAQn
On this episode of Our American Stories, Emerich Juettner tells us how he was an upstanding citizen... for most of his life. Here is the story of how the choice to choose three then-minor league hockey players to play the Hanson Brothers in "Slap Shot" starring Paul Newman was made. John O'Neil, Chairman of the Board of Trustees at the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, tells the story as his father, the tail and waist gunner on the B-17, told it. Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate) Time Codes: 00:00 - The Best Worst Counterfeiter in American History 10:00 - The Story Behind One of the Most Iconic Sports Films, "Slap Shot" 23:00 - Shot Down: A B-17 Pilot's Survival Behind Enemy Lines See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kyle and Secretary Bill Cohen met in 2018 when Kyle spoke at The Cohen Group. Now, they sit down together to discuss his childhood in small town Maine, religious discrimination, leadership in politics and doing the right thing even when it's difficult. Secretary Cohen and members of The Cohen Group have mentored and strategically supported Kyle since their friendship began.Bill Cohen served for 24 years as a Congressman and Senator from Maine from 1972-1996. In 1996, he was appointed by President Clinton to serve as the 20th Secretary of Defense from 1997-2001, the first time that a President of one party selected an elected official of another party for a Cabinet position. A published author of thirteen works of nonfiction, fiction, and poetry, Secretary Cohen is the son of a working-class Maine family who rose to the highest levels in government.He is a World Affairs Analyst for BBC News providing analysis and commentary on major domestic and international news stories, and is a member of the Board of Trustees at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). In addition to serving as Chairman of The Cohen Group, he also launched the William S. Cohen Institute for Leadership and Public Service at the University of Maine which "trains future leaders in a variety of disciplines to be ethical, visionary, innovative, civil, thoughtful and independent-minded in the service of Maine, the United States, and the world."Recorded April, 2022
Michael Mauboussin is the author of The Success Equation: Untangling Skill and Luck in Business, Sports, and Investing, Think Twice: Harnessing the Power of Counterintuition, and More Than You Know: Finding Financial Wisdom in Unconventional Places. Michael is currently Head of Consilient Research at Counterpoint Global. Michael has also held roles as Director of Research at BlueMountain Capital Management, he was a Managing Director and Head of Global Financial Strategies at Credit Suisse, and he was Chief Investment Strategist at Legg Mason Capital Management. Mr. Mauboussin has been an adjunct professor of finance at Columbia Business School since 1993 and currently is Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Sante Fe Institute. Checkout the Show Notes from Michael's Episode & Reading List Transcript Watch my Persistent Patterns of Greatness Master Class You Unleashed Course 50% off You Unleashed is an online personal development course created by Sean DeLaney after spending years working with an interviewing high achievers.The online course that helps you ‘Unleash your potential'! You Unleashed teaches you the MINDSETS, ROUTINES and BEHAVIORS you need to unleash your potential and discover what you're capable of. You know you're capable of more and want to bring out that untapped potential inside of you. We teach you how. Enroll Today & Receive 50% off by using code “WGYT”- Click Here Subscribe to my Momentum Monday Newsletter Connect with us! Whatgotyouthere TikTok YouTube Twitter Instagram
In this episode, hosts Rohan Gupta and Alex Patel continue their conversation with Andrew Golden, Chief Investment Officer of Princeton University Investment Company (PRINCO), about university endowments. We delve into topics diversification, the rules surrounding endowments, careers at endowments, and much more! Check out the episode to learn about university endowments in a simplified way! Andrew Golden is the Chief Investment Officer and President of Princeton University Investment Company (PRINCO), effectively the head of one of the world's largest university endowments. He came to PRINCO from Duke Management Company where he was an Investment Director. He previously worked as a Senior Associate in the Investments Office at Yale University. He is a Trustee of the Princeton Area Community Foundation, Rita Allen Foundation and Rutgers Preparatory School. Before shifting his focus to investing, Andy was a professional photographer. Andrew earned his B.A. in Philosophy from Duke University and an M.P.P.M. from the Yale School of Management. Follow StreetFins on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook here, and follow us on Twitter @rohaninvest and @patelinvest! Subscribe to Finance Simplified on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and Anchor.fm! If you enjoy listening to our episodes and are learning, then we'd be eternally grateful if you gave us a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts! Sign up for our weekly newsletter to receive simplified market recaps, finance tips, podcast recommendations here: streetfins.substack.com! We always love to hear from our listeners! If you have any feedback for us, we'd love to know! It will only take 1-2 minutes to tell us what all you like and what we could do better in future episodes: bit.ly/3sv4ikp. Visit StreetFins.com for all our resources and content that simplify finance for you!