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Live United
The Only Thing People with Hearing Loss CAN'T do is Hear featuring TSHA's Diana Emerson

Live United

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 18:50


This is the Live United podcast presented by the nonprofit Tulsa Area United Way. I'm your guest host for today, Jeromee Scott. I serve as the Chief Communications Officer for the United Way's partner agency Community Service Council. We connect vulnerable, marginalized and under-resourced Tulsans with support, information and services to be strong, safe and healthy. When the United Way asked me to guest host, I was so excited for the opportunity to chat with Diana Emerson, of the fellow United Way partner agency TSHA. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tauw/message

Alaska Teen Media Institute
Long Covid with Dr. Jeff Demain | Podcast in Place #63

Alaska Teen Media Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 45:15


For many people who have had Covid, it isn't always over once you've recovered from the virus. According to a study from the Penn State College of Medicine, more than half of the 236 million people worldwide who have been diagnosed with Covid-19 will experience what is commonly known as Long Covid. In this episode we hear from Dr. Jeff Demain, an allergist and immunologist with the Allergy Asthma Immunology Center of Alaska. ATMI senior producer Daisy Carter talked with Dr. Demain about Long Covid, its various lingering symptoms a person can have, how it should be treated, and the role vaccines play. They spoke on July 19th, 2022.  Hosted by Tyler Felson. Music by Devin Shreckengost and Kendrick Whiteman.  Alaska Teen Media Institute is based in Anchorage, Alaska. We would like to acknowledge the Dena'ina people, whose land we work on. Many thanks to supporters of our podcast, including the CDC Foundation Arts and Vaccine Confidence Project. The opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this podcast are those of our guests and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United Way of Anchorage or the Municipality of Anchorage, Anchorage Health Department. RESOURCES FOR YOUTH DURING COVID-19 Wellness resources! Careline: Alaska Suicide Prevention and someone to talk to line. Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 and TTY 1-800-787-3224 or text LOVEIS to 22522 Call 2-1-1 or Help Me Grow Alaska 1-833-464-2527 for help connecting to resources and services or for help knowing where to start COVID-19 tips from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention! How to protect yourself & others What to do if you are sick How to cope with stress These resources provided in collaboration with the State of Alaska, Department of Health and Social Services, Division of Behavioral Health.  

Byers & Co. Interviews
Debbie Bogle - August 4, 2022

Byers & Co. Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 13:08


August 4, 2022 - Debbie Bogle of the United Way joined Byers & Co to preview the upcoming Fall Food Truck Frenzy! Listen to the podcast now!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sheff United Way
Who is James McAtee? | Sheff United Way

Sheff United Way

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 9:11


James McAtee is a Blade (on loan) here's the details of the deal, how he'll fit in and some of his key attributes.

Work In Progress
Emotional support should be a part of all workforce systems, particularly for older job seekers

Work In Progress

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 19:47


In this episode of Work in Progress, my guest is Maria Heidkamp, director of program development and a senior research the Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Long-term unemployment continues to be a long-term problem for the nation's oldest job seekers. In June, more than a quarter of job seekers over the age of 55 were out of work for more than 27 weeks, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Job seekers aged 16 to 54 make up just only 19.1% of the long-term unemployed. "One thing we know about long-term unemployment is that it can just wreak havoc on older workers' motivation, their confidence, their self-esteem. Stress due to long-term unemployment can really interfere with people's motivation and also their executive functioning. Those are the very kinds of skills people need to undertake a successful job search," explains Heidkamp. Heidkamp led the Center's effort to design and implement the New Start Career Network, which has served over 6,000 long-term unemployed older job seekers since opening in 2015. The free program helped midcareer workers navigate the changing job market through online tools, job fairs, community partnerships, and career coaches. "I would consider our most innovative component (the) access to personalized coaching provided by trained volunteers. The coaches were not just talking about how to fix a resume or how to have a better LinkedIn presence. Those were important, but the coaches really were there to help with accountability and motivation and rebuilding their confidence. The empathy and compassion that the coaches shared with the job seekers was huge," she says. Many of the coaches themselves either knew people who had been long-term unemployed or themselves had gone through a stretch of long-term unemployment. The coaches helped the job seekers process their stress through a number of ways, improving their overall emotional wellbeing. "That could be as simple as taking a walk in nature or finding a project to work on where you maybe achieve some level of success. It may not be as a new job, but there might be something you've done that you can feel good about. "Some of the coaches specialized in helping provide structure and accountability, which some job seekers wanted, and maybe others were good with how to think about making some kind of career transition, so we also had coaches that provided different kinds and levels of support depending on what some of the job seekers needed." Now after seven years, the program is shutting down. "We hope that the lessons we learned can help others supporting this population across the public workforce system," says Heidkamp. "It is critical to provide emotional support to all job seekers, but in particular, to long-term unemployed job seekers. I think it was great for us to learn how wonderful volunteers can be. We had people we recruited through Rutgers' alumni associations, through the Governor's Office of Volunteerism, through United Way, or AARP, and others. "Some of them were professional coaches who just liked the idea of donating some time to help others were aspiring coaches who were working toward getting their coaching certification and wanted to use this as a way to foster their skills. But others had no coaching background whatsoever. "It was just a wonderful thing. We've got to find ways to build that into public workforce system programs, as well as the programs of community-based organizations." You can read the final report on the program from the Heldrich Center here. Early in the program, WorkingNation profiled one of the midcareer job seekers helped by the New Start Career Network, Joe Konopka. Heidkamp tells us she recently ran into him and he continues to thrive in the job he got after the personalized counseling. https://youtu.be/7qeRYJ6oUKk Episode 238: Maria Heidkamp, director of program development, Heldrich Center,

Paul Bunyan Country Outdoors
RYLANDERS RULE: Jason Rylander On He & son Rivers' United Way Heritage Title...And Oh So Much More!

Paul Bunyan Country Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 33:56


Proud Pops Jason Rylander is in to share the details of his and son Rivers' United Way Fishing Tournament Heritage Championship. As the top multi-generational team, Rivers won a lifetime Minnesota Fishing License. Plus we get the details on the bites in the area, what his clients are looking for when they go fishing and of course...we talk electronics and live scope. Oh, and a Fast Five, too.

Illinois News Now
Keri Olson-United Way of Whiteside County

Illinois News Now

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 13:26


Keri Olson-United Way of Whiteside County by Regional Media

ROCK 107 WIRX
United Way of Southwest Michigan

ROCK 107 WIRX

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 2:08


97.5 Y-Country
School Supply Spectacular – United Way of SWMI Podcast – 08/02/22

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 2:57


Cass County's School Supply Spectacular is taking registrations right now to provide age-appropriate school supplies and backpacks to students in Cass County! Check out the podcast to learn more!

Community Focus
Community Focus 8/2/22: Jon Aga, Executive Director of Lakes Area United Way, and Jana Shogren, Executive Director of Bridges of Hope

Community Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 13:27


Our guests today were Jon Aga, Executive Director of Lakes Area United Way, and Jana Shogren, Executive Director of Bridges of Hope.

98.3 The Coast
The Coast Social Network with United Way of Southwest Michigan – Tuesday, August 2, 2022

98.3 The Coast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 3:36


United Way utilizes drive-through backpack distribution for this year's Cass County School Supply Spectacular! Pre-registration is required to get kids school-ready with full backpacks—and, for a lucky few, a “golden ticket”. United Way of Southwest Michigan is

The Heart of Giving Podcast
Angela Williams and a New Day at United Way

The Heart of Giving Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 42:42


In this episode, our guest is Angela Williams, the President and CEO of United Way Worldwide. With more than 30 years of leadership experience in the nonprofit and corporate sectors and named to Forbes' 2021 List of Women 50 Over 50 Creating Social Change at Scale, Williams brings a long history of purpose-driven work to her role at United Way.  Have questions/comments/concerns? Email us at heartofgivingpod@gmail.com. Don't forget to subscribe and leave a comment on iTunes.    

On Compassion with Dr. Nate
Investing in the Whole Person as a Leader with Rob McKenna

On Compassion with Dr. Nate

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 62:55


Dr. Nathan Regier welcomes Rob McKenna, PhD to today's episode. He was named one of the top 30 most influential I/O psychologists, he is a TedEd speaker and features in Forbes. Dr. McKenna is the founder of WiLD Leader Inc and The WiLD Leader Foundation, as well as the creator of the WiLD Toolkit. Dr. McKenna's research and coaching with thousands of leaders across corporate, not-for-profit, and university settings have given him insight into the real and gritty experience of leadership. His clients have included the Boeing Company, Microsoft, Heineken, Foster Farms, the United Way, Alaska Airlines, and Children's Hospital. He is the author of numerous articles and chapters on leadership character, calling, effectiveness, and leadership under pressure. His latest book, Composed: The Heart and Science of Leading Under Pressure focuses on the specific strategies leaders can use to stay true to themselves and connected to others when it matters most.   Key Takeaways: [3:13] What are some of the most formative influences on Dr. McKenna's journey? [5:52] Dr. McKenna talks about his motivation to study I/O psychology. [7:35] What is WiLD Leaders? Whole and Intentional Leader Development. [8:30] Dr. McKenna explains what the WiLD Toolkit is. [10:20] Dr. McKenna talks about the genesis of his newest book. [13:45] How does pressure impact people? [14:26] Dr. McKenna talks about the importance of efficacy. [18:50] Thinkers and feelers can both be beneficial but can also become a liability. [22:22] “Stop trying to be interesting and start trying to be interested.”  [22:38] Dr. McKenna explains the difference between empathy and perspective taking. [27:40] Selfishness looks different for different people. [28:41] “Human beings are the only species who speed up when lost”, Dr. McKenna explains his quote from the book [31:26] Dr. McKenna talks about the distinction between blame and grace and how it applies to the responsibility as a leader. [35:41] Dr. McKenna explains the difference between peace-keeper and truth-seeker. [37:26] Dr. McKenna shares ‘the secret sauce': a sense of purpose. [43:13] Readiness beats potential. [47:20] Humans make mistakes, how we relate to our failures is a crucially important aspect. Dr. McKenna shares his personal perspective on faith and human failure. [53:30] Dr. Nate and Dr. McKenna talk about role models. [56:28] Is there anything on Dr. McKenna's mind that he feels the world needs to know?  [1:01:14] Dr. Nate shares his top three takeaways from an inspiring and energizing conversation with Dr. McKenna.   Mentioned in this episode: The Compassion Mindset   Tweetables: “Pressure impacts people in three fundamental ways: thinking, feeling and doing.” #oncompassion   “You can't sacrifice something you don't have.” #oncompassion   “The emotional side is the least promoted in leadership development.” #oncompassion   “Worry less about what people are thinking of you and worry more about what they think about themselves.” #oncompassion    “The person who has the most capacity to lead within any system is the one who can express himself with the least amount of blame.” #oncompassion

Paul Bunyan Country Outdoors
SAM & JOE REIGN SUPREME: Larsen and Ohman Take The Bass Title at the United Way Tourney

Paul Bunyan Country Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 39:41


Sam Larsen and Joe Ohman take the crown at the Lueken's Village Foods United Way Fishing Tournament Bass Division. It was their second title in the three years of the event and they were third last year. Kev valiantly (but futilely) tries to find their secret spot. We do get some great bass fishing advice however and a double Fast Five.

Right Direction Lifestyle Changes Podcast
07/22/22 Day 5 Mental Health Check In

Right Direction Lifestyle Changes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 21:00


Educational purposes only not intended to treat cure diagnose or prevent sickness illness disease or mental health issues if you are making any changes to your health and wellness routine for yourself and family consult with your medical doctor first. I am not a license Counselor or psychologist if you suspect that you have a mental health illness or mental health issue please contact your local behavior health authority in your state of town or contact 311 United Way and they can connect you with a mental health agency in your region. May was Mental Health Awareness Month which I personally think everyday we should take action on our own personal well-being. This is a 5 Day Mental Health Check in so grab some paper and pens and be ready to jot down some information to help you maintain your mental health check in. Be sure to take your notes to your next doctors visit. #Alternativemedicine #holistictalk #holisticmedicine #alternativehealing #healingmodalities #holistichealinh #holistichealth #womenshealth #familieshealth #CDC #MentalHealth https://www.nami.org/mhstats --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rdlc/message

Success 4 Women
Financial Empowerment

Success 4 Women

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 48:30


Join Dr. Lewis in a conversation with Heath Carelock, Program Director, Financial Empowerment Center and Victoria Saunders, Site Coordinator, Financial Empowerment Center, Prince George's Community College. The center is a United Way of the National Capital Area initiative, located in Largo, Maryland.Success 4 Women is broadcast live Thursdays at 2PM ET.Success 4 Women TV Show is viewed on Talk 4 TV (www.talk4tv.com).Success 4 Women Radio Show is broadcast on W4WN Radio - Women 4 Women Network (www.w4wn.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (www.talk4radio.com) on the Talk 4 Media Network (www.talk4media.com). Success 4 Women Podcast is also available on Talk 4 Podcasting (www.talk4podcasting.com), iHeartRadio, Amazon Music, Pandora, Spotify, Audible, and over 100 other podcast outlets.

The Guy Gordon Show
Andre Ebron ~ The Guy Gordon Show

The Guy Gordon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 5:41


July 29, 2022 ~ Andre Ebron, Senior Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for United Way for Southeastern Michigan, talks with Guy Gordon about how the Rocket Mortgage Classic helps the city of Detroit.

Byers & Co. Interviews
Aric Lee - July 28, 2022

Byers & Co. Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 13:01


July 28, 2022 - Aric Lee of the United Way talks classic rock music, shows at the Devon, and high school football. Listen to the podcast now!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Guy Gordon Show
The Guy Gordon Show ~ July 29, 2022

The Guy Gordon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 63:34


July 29, 2022 ~ Full Show. Guy closes out the week at the Rocket Mortgage Classic with Jason Drumheller, President of the Detroit Golf Club, Jason Langwell, Executive Director of the Rocket Mortgage Classic, Andre Ebron, Senior Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for United Way for Southeastern Michigan and Jordan Young, PGA Director of Instructions at Jordan Young Golf and co-host of Spin on Golf. David Kallman, Attorney at Kallman Legal Group talks about his challenge to the state Supreme Court upholding the Elliot Larsen Act. Jason Roe, Principal of Roe Strategic with the latest on Trump's endorsement for Republican Gubernatorial Nominee and Marc Goldwein, Senior Vice President and Senior Policy Director for the Committee for a Responsible Federal Government breaks down the Senate Inflation Reduction Act.

The Gateway
Thursday, July 28, 2022 - Many in St. Louis are seeking help following historic flooding

The Gateway

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 10:31


St. Louis is coordinating with organizations including the Red Cross and United Way to help people who need help following this week's massive downpour. That comes as meteorologists and researchers assess the record rain.

Women Talk & Empowerment Radio Show
07/22/22 Day 4 Mental Health Check In

Women Talk & Empowerment Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 16:32


Educational purposes only not intended to treat cure diagnose or prevent sickness illness disease or mental health issues if you are making any changes to your health and wellness routine for yourself and family consult with your medical doctor first. I am not a license Counselor or psychologist if you suspect that you have a mental health illness or mental health issue please contact your local behavior health authority in your state of town or contact 311 United Way and they can connect you with a mental health agency in your region. May was Mental Health Awareness Month which I personally think everyday we should take action on our own personal well-being. This is a 5 Day Mental Health Check in so grab some paper and pens and be ready to jot down some information to help you maintain your mental health check in. Be sure to take your notes to your next doctors visit. #Alternativemedicine #holistictalk #holisticmedicine #alternativehealing #healingmodalities #holistichealinh #holistichealth #womenshealth #familieshealth #CDC #MentalHealth https://www.nami.org/mhstats

Alaska Teen Media Institute
Vaccines for Kids As Young As 6 Months Old | Podcast in Place #62

Alaska Teen Media Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 25:52


Last month Covid-19 vaccines were approved for children as young as six months old. For many parents this news brought relief, and for others continued concern. For this episode we're going to hear from Dr. Mishelle Nace, a pediatrician in Fairbanks, Alaska who also works as a staff physician for the state health department.  ATMI senior producer Quinn White spoke with Dr. Nace about the vaccine now being available for young children, concerns parents have had, and how disinformation around Covid vaccines has affected the overall culture of pediatric care.  They spoke on July 12th, 2022. Hosted by Nikki. Music by Devin Shreckengost and Kendrick Whiteman. Alaska Teen Media Institute is based in Anchorage, Alaska. We would like to acknowledge the Dena'ina people, whose land we work on. Many thanks to supporters of our podcast, including United Way of Anchorage for the Healthy Communities Funding Program and the CDC Foundation Arts and Vaccine Confidence Project. The opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this podcast are those of our guests and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United Way of Anchorage or the Municipality of Anchorage, Anchorage Health Department. RESOURCES FOR YOUTH DURING COVID-19 Wellness resources! Careline: Alaska Suicide Prevention and someone to talk to line. Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 and TTY 1-800-787-3224 or text LOVEIS to 22522 Call 2-1-1 or Help Me Grow Alaska 1-833-464-2527 for help connecting to resources and services or for help knowing where to start COVID-19 tips from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention! How to protect yourself & others What to do if you are sick How to cope with stress These resources provided in collaboration with the State of Alaska, Department of Health and Social Services, Division of Behavioral Health.  

AACN Leadership Podcast
How Two Staff ICU RNs Helped Hope Blossom

AACN Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 28:52


Processing her grief in the early days of COVID, staff nurse Jessica Curtisi picked up a paintbrush. With encouragement from her preceptor, Craig Dixon, these two “accidental leaders” used the design to raise almost $20,000 for the United Way's COVID-19 Community Response Fund. Listen and learn how they not only became leaders on their unit, but online and in their community as well.  This episode is brought to you by: AACN's Certification, with information available at www.aacn.org/credentials 

The Giving People Hope Podcast
Making an impact through the Loaned Executive program with Keith Patrick and Ian Spector

The Giving People Hope Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 54:56


Today on the #hopepod, we're visiting with 2022 Loaned Executive Chair Keith Patrick with Frenship ISD and Vice-Chair Ian Spector with Slate Group. We talk about their involvement with United Way, their experiences in other community involvement, and what they hope that the 2022 Loaned Executive volunteers will experience. In this episode: 2022 Loaned Executive Program https://www.liveunitedlubbock.org/loanedexecutives ... Affordable, high-quality afterschool care https://www.liveunitedlubbock.org/childcare --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lubbockareaunitedway/support

Crime, Wine & Chaos
Episode 93 – The Disappearance of Rebecca Coriam & The 1986 Cleveland Balloon Fest

Crime, Wine & Chaos

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 53:53


In this week's episode, Erika covers the disappearance of Rebecca Coriam. Rebecca was a youth worker on the Disney Cruise Ship the “Disney Wonder”.  On March 21, 2011 the Disney Wonder was setting sail from Los Angeles and heading to Puerto Vallarta.  The last time anyone saw Rebecca, she was on the phone and looked distraught, before heading to the crew swimming pool.  The following day, no one could find Rebecca, and the speculation became that she went overboard from a rogue wave.  What really happened, did she really fall overboard on accident, was it on purpose or was she murdered?  Sadly, to this day there are no true answers of what happened to the beautiful Rebecca Coriam. Erika was drinking a Chenin Blanc from Miriam,  very crisp and smooth. Erika pulled her sources from:www.allthatisinteresting.com / The Baffling Disappearance of Rebecca Coriam Aboard a Disney Cruise Ship / John Kuroski / March 9, 2022www.theguardian.com / “Rebecca Coriam: Lost at Sea / Jon Ronson / March 15, 2012www.hollywoodreporter.com / “Disney Settled With Family of Missing Cruise Worker” / Scott Johnson / February 24, 2017www.en.wikipedia.orgThen Amber covers the 1986 Cleveland Balloonfest. On September 27, 1986 "Balloonfest 86" was held in the downtown Cleveland Public Square. The event was put on as a fundraiser for Cleveland's United Way. That afternoon 1.5 million balloons were launched, but then a storm came in. Amber was drinking an Argentinian 2019 Red Blend from Jose Hernandez, she really liked it.Amber pulled her sources from:Podcast "Lets Go to Court" / Episode 211 / April 20, 2022www.wikipedia.org  /Balloon Festwww.ultimateclassicrock.comwww.fox8.com / “Balloon fest 86: 35 Years Since Downtown Cleveland Even Turned Disastrous” / Suzanne Stratfordwww.case.edu / Case Western Reserve University / “Encyclopedia of Cleveland History”www.historyofyesterday.com / “1.4 Million Balloons Killed 2 Men in 1986” / Oskar Bogdanowicz 

Sheff United Way
2022/23 Championship Predictions | Sheff United Way

Sheff United Way

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 29:44


Ingood Nick and Hal Stewart go from the bottom to the top 24th - 1st place in the Championship, this was taken from a video on YouTube, check out the Sheff United Way and subscribe for more great free content.

Women Talk & Empowerment Radio Show
07/20/22 Day 3 Mental Health Check In

Women Talk & Empowerment Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 12:45


Educational purposes only not intended to treat cure diagnose or prevent sickness illness disease or mental health issues if you are making any changes to your health and wellness routine for yourself and family consult with your medical doctor first. I am not a license Counselor or psychologist if you suspect that you have a mental health illness or mental health issue please contact your local behavior health authority in your state of town or contact 311 United Way and they can connect you with a mental health agency in your region. May was Mental Health Awareness Month which I personally think everyday we should take action on our own personal well-being. This is a 5 Day Mental Health Check in so grab some paper and pens and be ready to jot down some information to help you maintain your mental health check in. Be sure to take your notes to your next doctors visit. #Alternativemedicine #holistictalk #holisticmedicine #alternativehealing #healingmodalities #holistichealinh #holistichealth #womenshealth #familieshealth #CDC #MentalHealth https://www.nami.org/mhstats

2 Regular Guys Talking Decoration and Personalization
Garment Decorators Who Give Back to their Communities

2 Regular Guys Talking Decoration and Personalization

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 60:50


Jessica Tillery and Brandi Schieber join the 2 Regular Guys this week for our quarterly installment of Women in Garment Decorating. Both of these decorators are heavily involved in their respective communities. We'll be discussing the benefits and the challenges of going beyond the day-to-day job of running a business and adding community participation to the mix. Plus, we will talk to them about the work-life balance and how they keep up such amazing businesses while being mothers. These two rockstars have it figured out and will share how they do it!  Brought to you by: Our Success GroupOur regular listeners know this, but 2 Regular Guys are all about garment decorating, a bit of fun, and no rants or lectures or selling. We are not doing this for our employers, but rather for our industry. Since February 2013, The 2 Regular Guys have been the first and the most listened to garment decorating industry podcast on this planet! We are humbled by all of you tuning in each week. We work hard to bring you information that will make your business better, and our industry better. Take a look at our incredible weekly guest list and you'll understand where this industry goes for news, interviews, and the heartbeat of garment decorating. Thanks for listening! News Aaron has been working hard on getting some info on Printing United, but Josh is a hard nut to crack. We will get him on soon and make him spill some beans. But I'll say this: as partners & exhibitors. We get sneak peeks at what PRINTING United is planning. It is going to be cool, so stay tuned.Dad Joke: (From Aaron's Dad, so it's a double Dad joke? Beware!) Do you think that corduroy pillowcases will make headlines? Give Back to their Communities Aaron: I'd like to welcome into the show today's Women in Garment DecoratingJessica Tillery is the Founder of All Quality Graphics, a custom merchandising company in Northern California. She is also the founder of The Love Unstoppable Movement, L.U.M., a love and faith-based passion project, created to make an environmental, humanitarian, spiritual and charitable impact. Jessica prides herself on stellar company culture and a tight-knit, cohesive team that is fueled by integrity and tenacity, and committed to making an impact. Outside of work, her hobbies include traveling, wakesurfing, snowboarding, playing soccer, working out, reading and spending quality time with friends and family; especially her partner and super rad 6 year old daughter. Her mantra is: Love God, Love People, Love Life, Love is Unstoppable!Brandi Schieber Brandi was born and raised on a farm and ranch in the Kremlin-Hillsdale area. She graduated from Northwestern Oklahoma State University and earned her degree in Ag-business with minor in animal science. Brandi returned home to the family farm to raise her 3 girls with husband Russell. Brandi and her husband have a passion for entrepreneurship. They founded Schieber's Donuts & Deli in Enid and operated it 7 years before selling it to pursue other dreams. During that time, she also owned/founded an insurance agency where she sold home, auto, commercial, life, and crop insurance to better serve the local community. In June of 2018 they purchased Downtown Threads, a local embroidery, screen-printing, and promotional product shop. She has since sold her insurance agency and operates Downtown Threads full time. She and her husband are also part owners of BRCK Land & Cattle where they run 400 cows and 1100 yearling steers/heifers. In 2018, Brandi was recognized by Enid Young Professionals as top 10 under 40. Brandi is a current member of Leadership Oklahoma, United Way of NW Oklahoma Board of Directors, Enid noon Ambucs, Enid Rotary, RSVP executive board, and Chairman of Parish council at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church. Brandi enjoys cooking/baking, fishing and hunting, going to her girl's activities and entertaining friends.Aaron: Tell our listeners a little about yourself and your business.

EchoChamber
Snapshot of Indiana's Workforce Landscape

EchoChamber

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 21:48


Indiana Department of Workforce Development Commissioner Fred Payne* pulls the curtain back on how the agency evolved due to the pandemic and walks through its offerings and goals. He also explains how partnerships in upskilling the state's workforce are vital to making progress in today's talent-driven economy.*Fred Payne's last day as commissioner was July 8. He resigned and is now the president and CEO of The United Way of Central Indiana.

Byers & Co. Interviews
Debbie Bogle - July 21, 2022

Byers & Co. Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 24:50


July 21, 2022 - Debbie Bogle of the United Way joined Byers & Co to talk about their upcoming food box distribution day. Listen to the podcast now!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Women Talk & Empowerment Radio Show
(07/19/22) Mental Health Check In Day 2

Women Talk & Empowerment Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 11:06


Educational purposes only not intended to treat cure diagnose or prevent sickness illness disease or mental health issues if you are making any changes to your health and wellness routine for yourself and family consult with your medical doctor first. I am not a license Counselor or psychologist if you suspect that you have a mental health illness or mental health issue please contact your local behavior health authority in your state of town or contact 311 United Way and they can connect you with a mental health agency in your region. May was Mental Health Awareness Month which I personally think everyday we should take action on our own personal well-being. This is a 5 Day Mental Health Check in so grab some paper and pens and be ready to jot down some information to help you maintain your mental health check in. Be sure to take your notes to your next doctors visit. To Be A Guest In The Fall/Winter Email sharetaberry@outlook.com #Mentalhealth #Holistictalk #Holistichealing #Holisticmedicine #alternativemesicine #alternativehealing #alternativehealth #womenshealth #childrenshealth #menshealth #familyhealth

Brandon Baxter In The Morning
AMS w/ Brandon & Kelly - 07/21/22 | Kelly's Son Has A Social Media Alias + Reading In Class

Brandon Baxter In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 53:07


*** Brandon continues to display "Dad Fashion" *** Arkansas' Morning Show High Five to the United Way of NEA allocating $300K in funds and Russellville comes together to help ATU student suffering from brain cancer *** We are celebrating JUNK FOOD all day *** Your ALL-TIME favorite ice cream flavor *** When the teacher assigned paragraphs to read out loud *** Brandon delivers a "BSA" concerning Parking Etiquette *** Kelly discovers her son Kurt has an alias *** Brandon wonders if anyone else gave themselves a fake or stage name *** Have you ever been pulled over for speeding ***

Whatcom Dads Podcast
Ep. 55 - The CEO of Whatcom County United Way Explains How to Get Free Books from Dolly Parton, The Importance of Reading to Your Kids, The Dads Did a Triathlon

Whatcom Dads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 45:10


Link to Our Sponsor: Robinson & Kole Attorneys   Resources & Links Whatcom County United Way Dolly Parton's Imagination Library  Interfaith Coalition Auction - September 18th Padden Triathlon Why Reading Aloud to Kids Helps Them Thrive - PBS Kids 19 Incredible Benefits of Reading to Children - Empowered Parents   Email the Show:  whatcomdadspodcast@gmail.com

Sheff United Way
Paul Ifill #22 | Sheff United Way

Sheff United Way

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 52:55


 A chat with former Blades winger Paul Ifill about his time at United, including his magic debut, promotion to the top flight and how it really ended.

Michigan Insider
005 - United Way of Washtenaw County then MLB Al-Star game reaction 072022

Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 17:57


United Way of Washtenaw County then MLB Al-Star game reaction See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Women Talk & Empowerment Radio Show
5 Days of Mental Health Check in Journey Day 1

Women Talk & Empowerment Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 17:13


Educational purposes only not intended to treat cure diagnose or prevent sickness illness disease or mental health issues if you are making any changes to your health and wellness routine for yourself and family consult with your medical doctor first. I am not a license Counselor or psychologist if you suspect that you have a mental health illness or mental health issue please contact your local behavior health authority in your state of town or contact 311 United Way and they can connect you with a mental health agency in your region. May was Mental Health Awareness Month which I personally think everyday we should take action on our own personal well-being. This is a 5 Day Mental Health Check in so grab some paper and pens and be ready to jot down some information to help you maintain your mental health check in. Be sure to take your notes to your next doctors visit. To Be A Guest In The Fall/Winter Email sharetaberry@outlook.com

HRchat Podcast
How Companies Measure DEI Efforts with Janet Stovall, NeuroLeadership Institute

HRchat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 18:53


In episode 460 of the HRchat podcast, we consider how organizations measure diversity and how it can impact the employer brand.Our guest today is Janet M. Stovall, Global Head of DEI at the NeuroLeadership Institute, a global neuroscience-backed consultancy advising companies including Boeing, Microsoft, Netflix, and Zoom on DEI and workplace culture. Questions include:Why do you say components of DEI are subjective? How are organizations currently measuring diversity, how should they, and how does this impact employees' viewpoint of a company?What tools of measurement for DEI no longer work?About Janet Janet M. Stovall helps business do what she believes only business can: dismantle systemic inequity, especially where it intersects with race. Helping leaders discern the true value of diversity for their organizations, she offers straightforward, objective solutions to unlock that value. A global speaker and writer, her four TED talks challenging business to get serious about inclusion have 2.5 million views collectively. Ragan Communications named her among the Top Women in Communications and a Diversity Champion. Global Head of DEI at NeuroLeadership Institute, a global research firm and cognitive science consultancy, and founder of DEI consultancy, Pragmatic Diversity, Janet brings deep expertise around DEI communications practices and principles that drive change and build culture in large, complex organizations. A strategist, she helps leaders shape DEI visions; devise strategies to achieve them; and secure the collective buy-in and accountability needed to make them reality.Prior to NLI, Janet was Senior Director, Social Impact for The UPS Foundation, working to advance UPS's global philanthropy, social impact and community engagement efforts. She oversaw the foundation's largest grant portfolio, comprising more than 40 social impact grantees and The United Way. She served as UPS's DEI communications lead and was a founding leader of the UPS Equity, Justice and Action Taskforce.Over 20 years, she developed, implemented, and managed marketing strategies and executive positioning projects for leading U.S. companies and some of the country's most influential thought leaders. Her speechwriting work has been published extensively in Vital Speeches of the Day and, along with her scriptwriting work, has garnered numerous national awards. We do our best to ensure editorial objectivity. The views and ideas shared by our guests and sponsors are entirely independent of The HR Gazette, HRchat Podcast and Iceni Media Inc.   

Alaska Teen Media Institute
YA Author Dante Medema | Zoom Room #31

Alaska Teen Media Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 78:24


Dante Medema is the author of the young adult fiction novels The Truth Project and Message Not Found. A former board member for the Alaska Writers Guild, she has presented at the Alaska Writers Conference and sat as the Writer in Residence at Alaska Pacific University. Her first book The Truth Project is about 17 year old Cordelia who discovers a hidden family secret while working on a genealogy project for school. In her second book, Message Not Found, high-schooler Bailey loses her best friend unexpectedly. To work through her grief, she creates a chatbot, only to discover things she had never even known about her best friend.  ATMI producer Edison Wallace-Moyer sat down with Medema to take a deep dive on her writing process, the themes she explores in her books, and crafting stories for teens and young adults. Hosted by Madison Knutson. Music by Kendrick Whiteman and Devin Shreckengost. Alaska Teen Media Institute is based in Anchorage, Alaska. We would like to acknowledge the Dena'ina people, whose land we work on. Many thanks to supporters of our podcast, including Spirit of Youth and United Way of Anchorage. The views expressed in this program do not necessarily represent the views of our sponsors.

Brian and Trisha – Quicksie 98.3

United Way of Central Kentucky spokesperson Christa Shouse talked about the community garden, a fundraiser and other events the organization takes part in.

97.5 Y-Country
Whirlpool Appliance Sale Returns – United Way of SWMI Podcast – 07/19/22

97.5 Y-Country

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 4:19


Whirlpool Corp. appliance sale for United Way returns to Benton Harbor July 23-24 and Gokul shares more information as to how you can participate and save money all while helping the mission of United Way of SWMI!

News/Talk 94.9 WSJM
Whirlpool Appliance Sale for United Way

News/Talk 94.9 WSJM

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 7:46


Gokul Nair from Whirlpool talks with Jonny Reinhardt about the upcoming Whirlpool Appliance Sale with proceeds benefiting United Way of Southwest Michigan!

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
Dr Tracey Wilkinson and Jennifer Jones Austin Episode 646

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 90:02


Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of around 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more Dr. Tracey Wilkinson is an assistant professor of pediatrics. She graduated from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in 2006 and completed her pediatric residency at Brown University/Hasbro Children's Hospital in Providence, RI. After residency, she pursued additional training through the general pediatrics fellowship at Boston Medical Center/Boston University. As a fellow, she obtained her Masters in Public Health and began conducting research on availability and access to over-the-counter emergency contraception for adolescents. Her research was cited in the federal court case that ultimately removed age restrictions for emergency contraception nationally. After fellowship, she was faculty at Children's Hospital of Los Angeles/University of Southern California where she was a primary care pediatrician for 3 years. In 2015 she accepted a position at Indiana University to return to a research career. Her research focuses on examining and developing interventions to improve young people's access to reproductive health services from the perspective of a general pediatrician. Jennifer Jones Austin, Esq. CEO and Executive Director, FPWAA fourth-generation leader of faith and social justice, Jennifer Jones Austin fights for equity. As CEO of the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies (FPWA), an anti-poverty, policy and advocacy organization with 170 member agencies and faith partners, she has led and secured monumental changes in social policy to strengthen and empower the disenfranchised and marginalized. Jennifer brings to her work a profound understanding of the link between race, poverty, law and social policy in America, and the role religion plays. Prior to joining FPWA, Ms. Jones Austin served as Senior Vice President of the United Way of New York City; the City of New York's first Family Services Coordinator; Deputy Commissioner for the NYC Administration for Children's Services; Civil Rights Deputy Bureau Chief for Attorney General Eliot Spitzer; and Vice President for LearnNow/Edison Schools, Inc. Ms. Jones Austin chairs the NYC Racial Justice Commission, the first of its kind in the nation created to develop ballot proposals to revise the City's charter to dismantle structural racism in government functions and ensure equity for Black, indigenous and other persons of color. She has chaired several other influential boards and commissions, including the Mayoral Transition for Bill de Blasio; the NYC Procurement Policy Board; the NYC Board of Correction, where she presided over the promulgation of rules to end solitary confinement; the NYS Supermarket Commission; and the Community Engagement for Brooklyn District Attorney Gonzalez's Justice 2020 Initiative. She was a lead advisor for the NYPD Reform and Reinvention Collaborative, and a member of the statewide COVID-19 “Roll Up Your Sleeves” Task Force created to ensure vaccine information and equitable access in Black and Brown communities. She currently serves as Vice Chair of the Board of National Action Network; member of the Feerick Center for Social Justice Advisory Board; and member of the Center for Law, Brain and Behavior Advisory Board at Harvard University. She also is the scholar in residence at Nyack College and Alliance Theological Seminary Center for Racial Reconciliation (CRR). Jennifer co-hosts WBLS' “Open Line”, guest hosts weekly the nationally syndicated radio program, “Keep'n It Real with Rev. Al Sharpton”, and appears frequently on the cable show, “Brooklyn Savvy”. She is a returning guest and contributor on the “Karen Hunter Show”. Jennifer Jones Austin is the author of Consider It Pure Joy. Described as “a story that if not lived would make for a great novel”, it is the harrowing account of her year-long battle with a sudden, life-threatening illness, and the power of faith and community to transform desperation into joy. She is the editor of God in The Ghetto: A Prophetic Word Revisited, the re-release of her father, William Augustus Jones Jr.'s seminal work deconstructing the “System” of racism, capitalism and militarism all working in concert to continually oppress people of color. Jennifer is a graduate of the Fordham University School of Law, the New York University Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, and Rutgers University. A recipient of numerous awards and recognitions, including two honorary doctorates, she considers the four honors bestowed upon her by her three alma maters especially significant. Jennifer has two children and resides in Brooklyn, New York with her husband.   Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page Buy Stand Up by Jon Carroll 

Good Morning Gwinnett Podcast
$4.25 Million Could Be Available To Nonprofits & Community Organizations

Good Morning Gwinnett Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 54:52


http://www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com-This show is made possible by http://www.NoisePodcastNetwork.comGwinnett County and the United Way of Greater Atlanta are asking residents and community organizations to weigh in on how $4.25 million in Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery funds should be distributed to local nonprofits.The county has posted two online surveys: one for nonprofit organizations and another for residents and community groups.SOURCE: www.AJC.com

BC Today from CBC Radio British Columbia
More E.R. closures in rural B.C.; housing Ukrainian temporary residents

BC Today from CBC Radio British Columbia

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 51:02


Several emergency rooms were temporarily closed at points over the weekend, and B.C.'s Interior continues to be hit the hardest. We'll chat about the situation and possible solutions with Dr. Ray Markham, executive director of the Rural Coordination Centre of B.C. And in our second half, 20-30 Ukrainians arrive in our province every day, fleeing war in their home country. One of their biggest challenges? Housing. A representative from the United Way joins us to talk about ways to help.

Paul Bunyan Country Outdoors
SCHMITTY CHECKS IN: Aaron Schmitz of Bemidji's Northwoods Bait Talks United Way Fishing & Hot Bites. PLUS, the Lake of the Week

Paul Bunyan Country Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 33:41


Aaron "Schmitty" Schmitz of Northwoods Bait & Tackle in Bemidji is part of the Lueken's Village Foods United Way Fishing Tournament Committee and he has all the details for next weekend's big event. Listen to find out how easy it is to get involved and what a cool format it is. Plus he's got the details on hot bites in the Bemidji area and we've got our Lake of the Week, too!

Good Mornings Podcast Edition
Thursday, July 14, 2022

Good Mornings Podcast Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 61:14


As Congress battles over the already passed but not yet funded CHIPS Act, thousands of jobs and Ohio's place as a leader in technology hang in the balance with Intel putting their multi-billion-dollar investment in our state on hold - we speak with Senator Sherrod Brown and Lt. Gov. Jon Husted (at 16:24) --- Community and Business Spotlight: Does the United Way really make a direct impact on people's lives in the community? You bet they do (at 34:24) --- This week's collection of recipes a day earlier than usual from Kyra's Kitchen! (at 51:09)

Paul Bunyan Country Outdoors
UNITED WAY FISHING TOURNEY: July 23-24 Is The Date & Tracy Pogue Weighs In

Paul Bunyan Country Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 22:29


The Lueken's Village Foods United Way Fishing Tournament returns to Paul Bunyan Country Saturday and Sunday, July 23-24. Tourney Chair Tracy Pogue stops by to talk about the unique format and big prizes. Plus, we talk Lake of the Woods...and a Fast Five.

Good Morning from WVIK news
Good Morning from WVIK News for Tuesday, July 12, 2022

Good Morning from WVIK news

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 5:57


Gasoline is cheaper...Another Monkey Pox case in Iowa...How high home prices impact low income renters...United Way distributes $2.9 million to QC organizations...Sunny 85 today!

Think Out Loud
Tacoma program provides year-long guaranteed income for struggling families

Think Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 21:13


: Last December, the City of Tacoma, Washington partnered with the United Way of Pierce County to launch guaranteed income payments to more than 100 working families struggling to make ends meet. The recipients were randomly selected based on certain criteria, including earning between 100 and 200 percent of the federal poverty level and working at least one job. Each recipient receives $500 per month until November of this year, when the program is set to expire. The Growing Resilience in Tacoma guaranteed income project is being studied to examine the impact of the payments on the financial and emotional well-being of recipients like Geno Rosario, a single father and IT consultant. He joins us for this discussion, along with Abigail Lawson, the director of Growing Resilience in Tacoma.

Small Changes Big Shifts with Dr. Michelle Robin
Back, Neck, and Hip Pain Happening Today with Brian Stewart

Small Changes Big Shifts with Dr. Michelle Robin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 24:56


“The mechanics in the body are essentially about function.” - Brian Stewart  Brian Stewart wasn't expecting to find his life passion through some injuries he endured during high school, but that's exactly how he discovered that he wanted to help people by becoming a physical therapist. His physical therapists (PTs) during his high school years made a significant impact on his life by not only helping him heal, but also teaching him the mechanics of the body by breaking it down into simple concepts so that he could step into his best life. That influence shaped his life, and today he's on a mission to improve people's lives by helping them understand simple things like how a joint moves and how the body works as a whole together so each person who walks through Kansas City Ortho Alliance can be given the opportunity to step into their best life like he was given. In this episode, Brian shares three pain problems he frequently sees people struggling with today – back pain, neck pain, and hip pain. He also provides helpful tips in each of these areas that can guide people either in prevention or pain management – in addition to some bonus tips that all matter to the body.  About Today's Guests:  Brian Stewart is the Chief Development Officer at Kansas City Orthopedic Alliance, which is the largest, independently owned orthopedic specialty practice in the Kansas City metro area. With over 50 medical providers in four locations, they have the ability to treat people where they live, work, and play. Their board-certified providers are equipped to handle almost any musculoskeletal injury – from shoulders to knees, ankles, hands, and neck to back. Brian was born and raised in Kansas City (Harrisonville, MO), and attended his undergrad years at the University of Kansas. He went on to study Physical Therapy at the University of Kansas, and later earned his doctorate in the same field. During his professional career, he's been part of Big Brothers/Big Sisters, United Way, United We, Cornerstones of Care, and KC Care Clinic. The Kansas City Orthopedic Alliance is proud to support its local organizations such KCUR, Te Deum, Harvesters, Children's Mercy, Phoenix Family, and several others.   Mentioned in the Episode:  Kansas City Orthopedic Alliance website  Quadrants of Well-Being