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Hugh Hewitt podcast
Hugh does The Rundown on Friday the 13th, More Discussion on Justice Alito's Draft Opinion

Hugh Hewitt podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 42:22


Today's guests: Admiral James Stavridis, Vice Chair, The Carlyle Group. Jonathan Adler, professor, Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Stephen Valdeck, professor, University of Texas School of Law. Tracy Robinson, director, The Matter Of Life. Tarzana Joe, poet laureate, TarzanaJoe@Reagan.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ogletree Deakins Podcasts
Workplace Strategies Watercooler: An Interview With EEOC Vice Chair Jocelyn Samuels

Ogletree Deakins Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 11:44


In this podcast interview recorded live from Workplace Strategies, Ogletree Deakins' annual labor and employment law seminar for human resources professionals and in-house counsel, Jocelyn Samuels, vice chair of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), shares valuable insights on the agency's current agenda and enforcement priorities, including the EEOC's artificial intelligence fairness initiative, and offers guidance on the steps employers can take to remain compliant now and in the future. This insider interview with Vice Chair Samuels covers the evolution of the commission's guidance on COVID-19–related issues and recent updates on key topics, including religious accommodations and caregiver discrimination.

Family Matters with Jim Minnery - The Faith & Politics Show !
Trump Lite ? How About Robbins Full Throttle

Family Matters with Jim Minnery - The Faith & Politics Show !

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 43:40


When Mike Robbins was running for Mayor of Anchorage, the liberal newspaper, Anchorage Press, did a story on him calling him "Trump Lite" presumably because of Robbins involvement as State Chair of the Trump Presidential campaign and his foray into pageants and fast times in his younger days.Mike has become a good friend and brother in Christ over the years and he is as interesting as he is pro-active in taking life by the horns.Currently, Robbins serves as Executive Director of the Anchorage Community Development Authority and was also recently elected as the Vice Chair of the Alaska Republican Party at their convention in Fairbanks.In addition to the many hats Mike wears, he is also orchestrating a massive effort to bring 600 Ukrainians to Alaska in what will ultimately be three filled up commercial jets doing round trips from Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport to Poland to "facilitate their transport and acceptance as refugees into the United States, specifically Alaska, and to support their integration into our country." Click HERE to learn more about this beautiful act of kindness.I'm beyond privileged to welcome Mike Robbins on "I'm Glad you Said That" today to discuss politics, economic opportunities in Anchorage and looking out for the least of these by bringing hope to war savaged, Ukrainian families.Support the show

The Breitbart News Daily Podcast
Rise of 'Ultra MAGA', Guest: Nury Turkel Explains the Uyghur Genocide

The Breitbart News Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 60:25


On today's Breitbart News Daily podcast, we begin with a breakdown of Pres. Trump's first failed endorsement of the year, the Republican governor primary in Nebraska. Then, we get into a big speech from Pres. Biden where he blamed pretty much everyone but himself for inflation. He also coined a new term: "Ultra MAGA." What does it mean? No one really knows, but that won't stop him from repeating it over and over. He also provides no solutions to our economic crisis. Plus, Dr. Mehmet Oz cut an odd video of him shooting guns, poorly. It's a good thing that a guy who at one point supported red flag laws is pandering to gun rights supporters, but we're  not sure the video makes sense in the current moment of authenticity, but we shall see. Also, Elon Musk invited Pres. Trump back to Twitter, which is a strong power move because Trump has already said he won't go back on the platform. And then, the White House is supporting illegal protests at Supreme Court Justices' homes. All that and more in the opening. Our guest today is Nury Turkel, Vice Chair of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom and author of “No Escape: The True Story of China's Genocide of the Uyghurs.” He delves into Uyghur culture and why China has singled out this particular group for genocide. Then, we get into what America can do to help these people who are being eliminated right now. His answers are both enlightening and horrifying. And finally, we have our caller of the day.

Clare FM - Podcasts
9% VAT Rate To Be Extended By Six Months: But Does This Go Far Enough?

Clare FM - Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 20:04


The 9 percent VAT rate on hospitality has been extended until the end of February next year. To discuss this further, on Wednesday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Maurice Walshe, Vice-Chair of Clare Tourism Advisory Forum, Operations Manager at Durty Nelly's and Patrick O'Donoghue, Owner of Monks Restaurant in Ballyvaugha. Photo (c) davidlee770924 from Pixabay via Canva

BLUE CAST by TENCEL™  / CARVED IN BLUE®
BLUE CAST 209 - Back to Blue

BLUE CAST by TENCEL™ / CARVED IN BLUE®

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 32:49


BLUE CAST Ep209 - Back to BlueThis BLUE CAST Episode, Tricia Carey talks with Mohsin Sajid, founder of ENDRIME.They catch up on highlights from both Kingpins Show in April 2022 and Amsterdam Denim Days Festival, held straight after.  Mohsin Sajid is a highly accomplished denim specialist, denim historian an educator. With more than 20 year's experience working with a number world's leading international denim brands and mills. Mohsin has a keen interest in raising the next generation of denim designers reflecting in his role as MA denim lecturer at The Royal College of Art, and BA denim lecturer at Ravensbourne University London. Mohsin together with his wife Sadia Rafique they both run consultancy company ENDRIME® and their Denim History educational platform where they teach denim making masterclasses & historical denim lectures each year. Mohsin is at the helm of guiding the next generation of responsible denim designers.Mohsin is also a organiser of Transformers ED educational series started in 2019. Mohsin is currently writing 2 books, 1st book on denim manufacturing processes; a comprehensive textbook from 1870 to modern ergonomic denim of today, which he hopes to complete in 2022/3 in time with the 150 anniversary of the birth of the jean.  Mohsin's second book will be about his ENDRIME archive – and resource book for others designers which he hopes to complete in 2022. Tricia Carey is a well-known advocate for innovation and sustainability in the textile and apparel industry. Twenty years ago, Tricia joined Courtalds Fibers NY to develop the marketing plan for a brand new fiber called TENCEL. When Lenzing Fibers acquired Tencel Inc. in 2004, Tricia became the USA Merchandising Manager for Womenswear, Menswear, and Intimates. Today, Tricia directs the Global Denim Segment, as well as the Americas Business Development teams, with a special interest in advancing more sustainable apparel development from fiber to consumer use. Tricia holds a Bachelor's degree in Fashion Merchandising from The Fashion Institute of Technology and certificates in Digital Marketing and Strategy from Cornell University and MIT. Her experience in fabric sales, global sourcing, and apparel business development make her an invaluable partner for brands and retailers who want to re-evaluate their supply chains and optimize the application and benefits of Lenzing's botanic fibers. Tricia also serves as Secretary of Accelerating Circularity Project, is a member of the FIT Textile Department Advisory Board and was Vice Chair at Textile Exchange from 2014-2018.  In 2020 she was nominated as B2B Content Marketer of the Year by Content Marketing Institute, as well as top 100 Denim Legend by WeAr Magazine.  In 2019 Tricia was awarded the RIVET 50, influential denim industry leaders.  She has been a speaker as various industry events including United Nations, Transformers, Texworld, Premiere Vision, Wear Conference, and more. She is based in New York City and can be reached through LinkedIn.BLUE CAST by TENCEL™ / CARVED IN BLUE®A podcast series created by Michael Kininmonth and Tricia Carey from Lenzing's TENCEL™ Denim team. Each month, they will host an in-depth talk with a special guest working in the industry or on the fringes of the denim community. Listen for discussions on sustainability, career trajectories, personal denim memories and more.Graphics, recording and editing by Mohsin Sajid and Sadia Rafique from ENDRIME® for TENCEL™ / CARVED IN BLUE®.Find us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @carvedinblue. And get in touch denim@lenzing.comhttps://carvedinblue.tencel.com/https://www.youtube.com/c/bluelenzhttps://bluecast.buzzsprout.com

Redefiners
Carlyle Group CEO: You may not like change, but you're going to like obsolescence even less

Redefiners

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 35:53


Adopt Kewsong Lee's motto – think bigger, move faster, perform better – and you'll be primed for success in whatever leadership position you're in. But how this CEO of  private equity firm Carlyle Group puts that motto into motion is what's made Kew one of the world's savviest business leaders. In this episode, we'll talk with him about embracing change, essential traits of successful leaders, and why having an authentic ESG mindset is not just good for the world but also good for business. Kew's 30-plus-year career is rife with successes, but his mistakes and failures taught him the most. We'll talk about it all, as well as the transformation of the private equity industry—and how to be on the forefront of that change.     If you like this episode, you might also enjoy these other Redefiner conversations:          From Corruption to Transformation: The Rebirth of a Global Conglomerate with Joe Kaeser How to Lead Like a Legend with Samuel Tsien Leadership  Reimagined: Transformation Tips from Jim Hagemann Snabe   BIO:Kewsong Lee - Chief Executive Officer of Carlyle  Kewsong Lee is the Chief Executive Officer of Carlyle and was elected to the Board of Directors effective January 1, 2018. Mr. Lee joined Carlyle in 2013 as Deputy Chief Investment Officer for Corporate Private Equity and in 2016 he assumed the additional role of leading the Global Credit segment.   Prior to joining Carlyle, Mr. Lee was a partner and a member of the Executive Management Group at Warburg Pincus, where he spent 21 years. He is currently the President of Lincoln Center Theater, Chairman of the US Chamber of Commerce China Center Advisory Board, and Vice Chair for the Partnership for New York City. He also is a member of the Business Roundtable, serves on the board of the US China Business Council and FCLT Global, and is a Trustee of the Center for Strategic and International Studies.   Mr. Lee earned his AB in applied mathematics in economics at Harvard College and his MBA from Harvard Business School. 

Inside the Lab
S2Ep17: Anatomy of a Cyberattack

Inside the Lab

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 44:57


In October 2020, the University of Vermont Medical (UVM) Center fell victim to a cyberattack, and the leadership team intentionally shut down their system to prevent patient information from escaping the network. UVM Health was offline for 25 days. On this episode of Inside the Lab, our hosts, Ms. Kelly Swails and Mr. Mark Moen, are joined by Dr. Toby Cornish, MD, PhD, Associate Professor and Vice Chair of Pathology Informatics at the University of Colorado and Associate Editor for Informatics for AJCP; Dr. Andrew Goodwin, MD, FCAP, Medical Director for the Hemostasis and Thrombosis Laboratory and Vice Chair for Quality and Clinical Affairs; Dr. Christi Wojewoda, MD, FCAP, Clinical Microbiology Laboratory Director and Vice Chair for Education in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine; and Dr. Anne Stowman, MD, Dermatopathologist and Director of Surgical Pathology Operations, to discuss the ransomware attack.  Our panelists explain when they realized there was a significant issue with their system and what radical workflow changes they initiated to deal with being offline for 25 days. They describe the challenges particular to different departments at UVM and what their teams did to overcome them. Listen in to learn what YOU can do to prepare for a potential ransomware attack in your lab. Topics Covered · When UVM realized there was a significant problem with their system and the leadership team's initial response · Why the cyberattack only affected UVM's primary medical center and not its entire health network · The radical workflow changes UVM labs instituted during downtime and the support they received from other departments· What the UVM labs did to reduce the volume of specimens coming into the lab · The challenge UVM pathologists and laboratory professionals faced in delivering test results manually · How the experience in the clinical lab differed from that of the anatomic pathology department· The particular challenges faced in the microbiology and transfusion medicine labs at UVM during downtime· What alternative technologies the UVM labs leveraged to continue operating during downtime· Advice to pathologists and lab professionals on preparing for a cyberattackConnect with ASCPASCPASCP on Twitter Connect with Dr. CornishDr. Cornish on Twitter Dr. Cornish on LinkedIn Connect with Dr. GoodwinDr. Goodwin at the University of Vermont  Connect with Dr. Wojewoda Dr. Wojewoda on Twitter Dr. Wojewoda on LinkedInConnect with Dr. Stowman Dr. Stowman on LinkedIn Connect with Ms. Swails & Mr. MoenMs. Swails on Twitter Mr. Moen on LinkedInResources Inside the Lab in the ASCP Store  

PQS Quality Corner Show
Pharmacist's Role in Respiratory Health

PQS Quality Corner Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 31:07


Andrew Straw, PharmD, BCADM, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Vice Chair at Cedarville University reviews common respiratory health conditions in community pharmacy practice with Host Nick Dorich, PharmD, PQS Senior Manager of Pharmacy Accounts on the Quality Corner Show.Straw also discusses primary treatment options for these conditions and how pharmacists can be involved in managing respiratory health of their patients. 

My Climate Journey
Ep. 208: Gerald Butts, Vice Chair at Eurasia Group

My Climate Journey

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 55:59


Today's guest is Gerald Butts, Vice Chair of the Eurasia Group and former Principal Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister of Canada and Premier of Ontario. He also served as the CEO of the World Wildlife Fund Canada. In 2014, McLean's Magazine declared Gerald to be the 14th most powerful Canadian. And as the former Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Trudeau, Gerald was praised as the architect behind the Liberal Party of Canada's platform that led to their victory in October of 2015. He was also one of Prime Minister Trudeau's most senior staffers.I was excited about this one on a number of levels. One, it's just great to hear from someone that's operated in the political realm at such a high of given how important politics is for climate action. Two, it was great to hear from someone outside of the walls of the U.S, but a pretty close neighbor about the U.S' role. It's also interesting that after hundreds of MCJ episodes, conventional wisdom is while a carbon tax might be super impactful, no one thinks it's possible or most people certainly don't and yet Canada did it. And Gerald was a key person that helped get that over the line.Enjoy the show!You can find me on twitter @jjacobs22 (me), @mcjpod (podcast), or @mcjcollective (company) and via email at info@mcjcollective.com, where I encourage you to share your feedback on episodes and suggestions for future topics or guests.Episode recorded April 4, 2022To learn more about Eurasia Group, visit: https://www.eurasiagroup.net/To learn more about this episode, visit: https://mcjcollective.com/my-climate-journey-podcast/gerald-butts

Naturalist Capitalist
Episode 224 - Josh Smith Returns

Naturalist Capitalist

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 43:07


Josh Smith Returns to the show to talk about current events, his run for Vice Chair of the Libertarian Party, and his run for Iowa State House District 44. Follow Josh on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BreakJoshua?s=20&t=7ZitnXKhe5sK865KA4wzug Subscribe to Josh on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FightTheDespots Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Reed_Coverdale Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NaturalistCapitalist Follow me on Instragram: https://www.instagram.com/reedcoverdale/ Follow me on Odysee: https://odysee.com/@NaturalistCapitalist:0 Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ReedCoverdale?fan_landing=true Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xamkpb5z1Fg

Law Profs Are People Too
S4-Bonus Episode: Black Women Law Profs

Law Profs Are People Too

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 43:50


Michelle Jacobs is an emeritus professor of law at the University of Florida College of Law, and was the Racial Justice Term Professor for the 2020-2021 academic year. She taught Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, White Collar Crime, International Criminal Law and Critical Race Theory. Her scholarship focuses on access to justice for communities marginalized in and by the law. In particular, she concentrates on Black women's experience with violence perpetrated by the state. Her work highlights the plight of Black women criminalized by the state for daring to protect their own lives against intimate partner violence, as well as the invisibility of Black women's struggle against all forms of police violence. She is a frequent media commentator on racial bias in the criminal justice system, and on police violence, particularly as it relates to police murders and sexual assaults of Black women and girls. In addition, she gives frequent interviews to the press in on Critical Race Theory. Taunya Lovell Banks is the Professor Emerita and former Jacob A. France Professor of Equality Jurisprudence at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. As a leading expert in antidiscrimination law and critical race theory, she writes about race and identity, the impact of skin tone discrimination (colorism), and the intersection of race, gender and class in law. Ruth Gordon is a professor of law at Villanova Law School. Her scholarship focuses on International Law generally, and in particular the Third World encounter with international law. Her forthcoming book, Development Disrupted: The Global South in the 21st Century, will be out in July. Linda Sheryl Greene is Dean and MSU Foundation Professor of Law at Michigan State University College of Law and an elected life member of The American Law Institute. Prior to her career in academia, she was a civil rights and constitutional law attorney at the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, and a Los Angeles Deputy City Attorney who specialized in civil rights and constitutional law and a Counsel to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee. She was the Chair of the 1990 Wisconsin Conference on Critical Race Theory, President of the Society of American Law Teachers, the founder of the People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference movement, and Vice Chair of the Counsel on Legal Educational Opportunity. Her recent scholarship reflects the breadth of her experience focusing on Constitutional Law, Civil Procedure, Legislation, Civil Rights, and Sports Law. Cheryl L. Wade is the Harold F. McNiece Professor of Law at St. John's University School of Law. She teaches Issues of Race, Gender and Law, Business Organizations, Corporate Governance and Accountability, and Race and Business. Her book, "Predatory Lending and The Destruction of the African American Dream” (coauthored with Dr. Janis Sarra) was published by Cambridge University Press in July 2020. Professor Wade is a member of the American Law Institute, a national organization of prominent judges, lawyers and academics who work to clarify, modernize and reform the law.

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast
Dr. Patrick Runnels, Chief Medical Officer of Population Health at University Hospitals & Vice Chair of Psychiatry at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 17:11


This episode features Dr. Patrick Runnels, Chief Medical Officer of Population Health at University Hospitals & Vice Chair of Psychiatry at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Here, he discusses the perspective he has as both a psychiatrist and a CMO of Population Health, the shortage of behavioral health professionals, the collaborative care model, and more.

Saturday Mornings with Joy Keys
2022 Lupus Awareness Month with Joy Keys

Saturday Mornings with Joy Keys

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 35:00


Special guest: Belinda Birnbaum, MD, Rheumatologist at Bryn Mawr Medical Specialists. Medical degree from University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry.  Member of American College of Rheumatology and lPhiladelphia Rheumatism Society.. Previous positions : Temple University; Assistant Professor of Rheumatology 2005-2007 and The University of Pennsylvania; Assistant Professor of Rheumatology 2008-2016. Affiliated with Lupus Foundation of America. Special guest:  Cheri M. Perron, Chair of the Board of Directors 2022. Cheri Perron, of Philadelphia, PA, has been a volunteer for the Lupus Foundation of America, Philadelphia Tri-State Chapter for more than 20 years. She is chair emeritus of the Chapter Board of Directors and has previously served in the role of Board Chair, Vice Chair and Secretary. Cher is a Chapter Ambassador, advocate, SLESH (SLE Self Help Course) facilitator, and Peer Mentor.. Cheri was diagnosed with lupus in 1994. Lupus Foundation of America: http://ww.lupus.org Special guest: Dr. DeAnna Baker Frost is an adult rheumatologist and physician-scientist. A native of Baltimore, MD, she completed a combined M.D. and Ph.D. degree program at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) in 2012 and an Internal Medicine residency at Duke University in 2014. Upon completion of her residency, she became a certified American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) physician and returned to MUSC as an adult rheumatology fellow in the ABIM physician-scientist research pathway. Dr. Baker Frost was chosen as the Chief Rheumatology Fellow in 2017 and an American College of Rheumatology Distinguished Fellow in 2018. She then joined faculty at MUSC as an Assistant Professor in 2018 and became an ABIM-certified adult rheumatologist

Our Body Politic
Aging with Purpose and Redefining Strength for Black Women

Our Body Politic

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 50:30


What does it mean to age with purpose? In this week's show, we are invited to hear a past conversation between Farai and author of Sign My Name to Freedom Betty Reid Soskin, who recently retired at age 100 from her work as a National Park Ranger and community historian. Then in “Our Body Politics Presents,” we hear more from Tonya Mosley's podcast “Truth Be Told” where she speaks to Ayanna Brown, a mother who graciously details her cycle of loving, losing, grieving, and persevering. On the weekly segment, “Sippin' the Political Tea” Farai speaks with professor and Vice Chair of preventive medicine at Northwestern University, Dr. Mercedes Carnethon and author of 55, Underemployed and Faking Normal, Elizabeth White on how to age well, physically, emotionally and financially.

The Joe Piscopo Show
8 AM Hour The Joe Piscopo Show 5-6-22

The Joe Piscopo Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 52:32


Steve Forbes, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief at Forbes Media & the co-author of "Reviving America" Dr. Theodore Strange, Chair of Medicine at Staten Island University Hospital and Vice-Chair of Primary Care Services at Northwell health See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RadicalxChange Replayed
Value in the Data Economy | Diane Coyle, Sushant Kumar, and Matt Prewitt

RadicalxChange Replayed

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 41:06


Data and the Data Economy are increasingly important issues affecting all of society. Hear from a panel of experts on responsible technology and public policy discussing mental models of how value accrues in the Data Economy, how to form protective legislation and infrastructure, and dealing with extreme concentrations of power and wealth plaguing the data economy. This was originally aired on RxC TV as part of the 2021 RadicalxChange unConference Online.SpeakersSushant Kumar (@sushants) As Director on the Responsible Technology team, based in India, Sushant is focused on Omidyar Network's work on a new data paradigm, with a vision for technology that underpins greater individual empowerment, social opportunity, and user safety.Previously, Sushant was part of the intellectual capital team, helping to define Omidyar Network's strategy, research, impact, and learning agendas, with a focus on India.Prior to joining Omidyar Network, Sushant was a principal at Accenture Strategy, where he led major initiatives across consumer goods and technology industries. In this role, he advised clients in Europe, Africa, and India growth strategy, operating model transformations, and international expansion. Before Accenture, Sushant worked as a strategist with the GSM Association, and Capgemini, driving thought leadership across policy, consumer technology, and digital media sectors.Sushant earned his MBA from the London Business School and received a Bachelor of Technology from the Indian Institute of Technology (BHU), Varanasi.Diane Coyle (@DianeCoyle1859)Professor Diane Coyle is the Bennett Professor of Public Policy at the University of Cambridge. Diane co-directs the Bennett Institute where she heads research under the themes of progress and productivity. Her latest book is ‘Markets, State and People – Economics for Public Policy' examines how societies reach decisions about the use and allocation of economic resources. Her next book, 'Cogs and Monsters: What Economics Is, and What It Should Be' is published on 12 October 2021.Diane is also a Director of the Productivity Institute, a Fellow of the Office for National Statistics, an expert adviser to the National Infrastructure Commission, and Senior Independent Member of the ESRC Council. She has served in public service roles including as Vice Chair of the BBC Trust, member of the Competition Commission, of the Migration Advisory Committee and of the Natural Capital Committee. Diane was Professor of Economics at the University of Manchester until March 2018 and was awarded a CBE for her contribution to the public understanding of economics in the 2018 New Year Honours.Matt Prewitt (@m_t_prewitt) Matt Prewitt is a lawyer, technologist, and writer. He is President of the RadicalxChange Foundation.

Dr. GPCR Podcast
#72 with Dr. Stuart Maudsley

Dr. GPCR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 67:29


For more details, visit the #DrGPCR Podcast Episode #72 page https://www.drgpcr.com/episode-72-with-stuart-maudsley/ ------------------------------------------- About Dr. Stuart Maudsley Stuart graduated from the University of Leeds in the U.K. with a First Class Honors degree in Pharmacology. At the end of his studies, he was awarded the Pfizer Prize for undergraduate research. He then completed his Ph.D. at Leeds as well as the University's Ackroyd, Brotherton, and Brown Scholar. Following his Ph.D., Dr. Maudsley was awarded a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Fellowship to train with Professor Robert Lefkowitz at Duke University. Following this tremendous experience, he was recruited to be the Principal Investigator of the Receptor Biology Section at the Medical Research Council (MRC) -Human Reproductive Sciences Unit within the University of Edinburgh. At the MRC he developed novel prostate cancer therapeutics based upon his research into GPCR pluridimensional signaling. To broaden his biomedical skill-set Stuart next accepted the position of Head of the Receptor Pharmacology Unit at the National Institutes of Health – National Institute on Aging at the Johns Hopkins University Medical Center. At the NIH he was the recipient of the coveted NIH ‘Bench-to-Bedside' Translational Research Grant Award, one of the few awards available within the intramural NIH program. Upon starting a new family, and returning to Europe, Dr. Maudsley continued his scientific journey with the award of the highly-valued Odysseus Program Type I Program Grant to work as both the Adjunct Director of the VIB Center for Molecular Neurology and also Vice-Chair of the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Antwerp. Stuart's current research, in the Receptor Biology Lab, focuses on the development of novel GPCR-based therapeutics that interdict diseases based on their gerontological underpinnings. This research stream is now forming the basis of a new technology-based start-up company, HeptOME, to help screen and develop novel longevity/disease-regulating compounds with multidimensional disease efficacy profiles. Dr. Stuart Maudsley on the web Maudsley Lab LinkedIn Google Scholar ResearchGate Maudsley Lab on Facebook Receptor Biology Lab Facebook Group Twitter Semantic Scholar Instagram Neurotree Dimensions Reddit ------------------------------------------- We aspire to provide opportunities to connect, share, form trusting partnerships, grow, and thrive together. Fill out the Ecosystem waitlist form today to be the first to explore our brand new and improved space! For more details, visit our website http://www.DrGPCR.com/Ecosystem/.

Moontower Business
Episode 123: Hall T. Martin, Founder and CEO of TEN Capital Network

Moontower Business

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 29:26


Episode 123 features an amazing conversation with Hall T. Martin, Founder and CEO of TEN Capital Network. Hall is the host of the Investor Connect podcast, Vice Chair of the Baylor Angel Network, as well as an adjunct professor at UT Austin. We talk startups and startup investing in Texas. Learn more at https://tencapital.group and https//investorconnect.org Podcast music by www.bensound.com

Cleaning Up. Leadership in an age of climate change.
Ep84: Mark Carney 'Matching Net Zero Supply and Demand'

Cleaning Up. Leadership in an age of climate change.

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 55:46


Mark Carney is one of the towering figures of climate finance. In 2020 Mark became the UN Special Envoy on Climate Action and Finance, and the adviser to the UK on finance for COP 26. At COP26, in Glasgow, he launched GFANZ - the Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero, whose members manage $130 trillion of financial assets and have pledged to invest them in line with the Paris agreements. Mark co-chairs GFANZ together with Mike Bloomberg.Mark is a Vice Chair and Head of Transition Investing at Brookfield Asset Management and Board Member of Stripe.He was the governor of Bank of Canada from 2008 to 2013, and then Governor of the Bank of England from 2013 until 2020. He was the chair of the Financial Stability Board (2011-2018) founding co-chair of TCFD - the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosure.Mark holds a bachelor's degree with high honours in economics from Harvard University and MPhil and DPhil in Economics from the University of Oxford.

Chesterfield Behind the Mic
Episode 18: Talking CVTA with Frank Thornton and Kevin Carroll

Chesterfield Behind the Mic

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 26:14


On the latest episode of Chesterfield Behind the Mic, we talk about the Central Virginia Transportation Authority with chair Frank Thornton of Henrico and vice chair Kevin Carroll of Chesterfield. In this installment, we discuss what the CVTA is, the goal in its formation, how the group goes about doing its work, and how projects are coming along including the Fall Line Trail.   Credits: Director: Martin Stith Executive Producer: Susan S. Pollard Co-Executive Producer: Teresa Bonifas Producer/Writer/Host: Brad Franklin Director of Photography/Editor: Matt Boyce Camera Operator/Promotions: Vernon Freeman Graphics: Debbie Wrenn Promotions and Media: J. Elias O'Neal    Music: Hip Hop This by Seven Pounds Inspiring Electronic Rock by Alex Grohl   Guests:  Frank Thornton, Chair, Central Virginia Transportation Authority (Henrico Board of Supervisors) Kevin Carroll, Vice Chair, Central Virginia Transportation Authority (Chesterfield Board of Supervisors)   Filmed in-house by the Department of Communications and Media   Chesterfield.gov/podcast    Follow us on social media! On Facebook, like our page:  Chesterfield Behind the Mic. On Twitter, you can find us at  @ChesterfieldVa and on Instagram it's @ChesterfieldVirginia. And you can also watch the podcast on WCCT TV Thursday through Sunday at 7 p.m. as well as on weekends at noon on Comcast Channel 98 and Verizon Channel 28.

Healthcare's MissingLogic
#147: Coping with Burnout: A Respiratory Therapist's Perspective featuring Joel Brown

Healthcare's MissingLogic

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 55:53


In this episode, we talk with our special guest Joel Brown about burnout in Respiratory Therapy and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on Respiratory Therapist leaders. Joel is the CEO and founder of Arrived Leadership (AL) and the President of the Executive Board for Delaware Guidance Services and Vice-Chair of the Board for Leadership Delaware Inc, and the Chair-Elect for the Leadership and Management Section of the American Association of Respiratory Care (AARC). He is an accomplished Respiratory Care Practitioner and an internationally recognized public speaker, researcher, and author. He received a baccalaureate degree in Biology and Respiratory Care from the Millersville University of Pennsylvania and a Master of Science Management from Wilmington University in Delaware. Joel shares some strategies to support Respiratory Therapists to move beyond the COVID-19 pandemic. We also talk about his journey on how he entered the Respiratory Therapy profession and some lessons he learned along the way. For full show notes and links, visit: https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcast If you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! Enrollment is open to our Self-Study Program, Caring for Others Without Neglecting YOU! This self-study program is specifically designed for healthcare leaders like you, so you can find a way to care for your team without neglecting you. Click Here NOW to learn more and enroll! SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS: https://www.linkedin.com/company/missinglogic-llc https://www.facebook.com/missinglogicLLC https://twitter.com/MissingLogicLLC https://www.instagram.com/missinglogic_llc/

Winning Teams
Episode #92- Rapid Organisational Change with Steven Bleistein

Winning Teams

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 34:26


Based in Japan and an expert in business, today's guest is very clear and direct on how to get things done at a rapid pace. Steven Bleistein has a multicultural background and his experiences living and working globally have created a fascinating approach to organisational change. Currently, Steven works with senior leaders in the Japanese market but proves in this episode that change and culture is defined by the leaders, not their location. Listen to this episode to learn what gets in the way of executing change and getting things done at a pace that makes sense. There are several things that a leader has to face when it comes to organisational change and Steven is very concise in his communication of his tried-and-true approach. What We Talked About in This Episode: Steven's Background, Career, and Expertise in Japanese Business The Universal Language of Value Being Persistent and Avoid Fear of Failure What Separates Successful and Unsuccessful Leaders Distinct Corporate Cultures The Importance of Pace Change Your Mindset Through Behavior Professionalism and Discipline Success Determine Mindset Steven's Approach to Creating Change Fast The Bottleneck of Success The Refraction Layer The Problems Causing Performance Deficit How We Approach Performance Deficit The Reason Behind Lack of Progress Never Take No For An Answer Steven's Book Recommendation and Daily Rituals About Our Guest: Steven Bleistein, CEO and founder of Relansa, Inc., and author of Rapid Organizational Change is one of those rare international experts who bridges Western and Japanese business thinking. Fluent in Japanese and French, Steve has attracted clients from businesses such as Adidas, Michelin, AIG Group and Barilla. Working with leaders and their teams, Steve helps both Japanese and international companies create their own new realities. Prior to Relansa, Steve represented the Balanced Scorecard Institute in Japan. Steve helped companies achieve new heights with his expertise in strategy and strategy management. Steve serves as Vice Chair of the Independent Business Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan, where he takes an active role in supporting entrepreneurial and leadership capabilities inside Japanese companies. In addition, Steve serves on the board of Tsukuba International School, supporting the school's leadership on the path toward full International Baccalaureate certification. Steve holds a PhD in computer science and an International MBA. He is a U.S. citizen by birth, and an Australian citizen by naturalization. Connect with Steven Bleistein: https://www.relansa.co.jp/ Links and Resources: Relansa Website Steven Bleistein on LinkedIn Rapid Organizational Change by Steven Bleistein Connect with John Murphy: LinkedIn Twitter YouTube Facebook If you liked this episode, please don't forget to subscribe, tune in, and share this podcast. Thanks for tuning in!

Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand
Changing the conversation on postpartum depression

Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022


Katie Prezas, Vice Chair for Postpartum Support International’s Illinois Chapter, joins Lisa Dent on Chicago’s Afternoon News to talk about how Hollywood is using popular television shows to tackle sensitive issues like postpartum depression. Follow Your Favorite Chicago’s Afternoon News Personalities on Twitter:Follow @LisaDentSpeaksFollow @SteveBertrand Follow @kpowell720 Follow @maryvandeveldeFollow @LaurenLapka

Human Potential At Work
E312: Empowering People Through Technology

Human Potential At Work

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 43:50


In today´s episode, Debra interviews Hilton Supra, Vice-Chair of Ztudium; they explore the power of technology in empowering people worldwide to create positive change.  With fascinating points around the metaverse, blockchain, and other emerging technologies, this is a must-hear conversation for anyone interested in the intersection between social good and the future of technology. 

Off The Tracks
Episode 40: Thread of Advocacy

Off The Tracks

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 36:03


This episode was produced in partnership with Lawbrokr, legal's first customer experience platform powered by lawyers. To learn more, visit lawbrokr.com and see how you can join the movement to become a modern lawyer. In this episode we are joined by Pam Hrick. She is the Executive Director and General Counsel of the Women's Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF). Pam provides leadership, support, and direction to LEAF's work to advance gender equality through litigation, law reform, and public education. Before joining LEAF, Pam practiced law at Stockwoods LLP. She clerked for the Hon. Justice Thomas Cromwell at the Supreme Court of Canada and the Hon. Justice David Stratas at the Federal Court of Appeal. Pam currently serves as the Vice Chair of the Canadian Bar Association's Administrative Law Section. Pam has been a longtime advocate for women and for 2SLGBTQ+ communities. She is the Chair of the Board of Management of The 519, a city organization that advocates for the inclusion of 2SLGBTQ+ communities. She has been recognized as a Leader to Be Proud Of, by Start Proud, a Precedent Setter by Precedent Magazine, and a Douglas Miller Rising Star by the Canadian Bar Association. In this conversation, Pam shares with us the common thread she's woven throughout her time in politics, private practice, academia, and now at LEAF. We also discuss the combined role of Executive Director and General Counsel, what's lost when a leadership table isn't represented by diverse perspectives, and how crucial trans inclusivity is within feminist advocacy. Pam also fills us in on how many Broadway shows she's seen (spoiler: it's a lot!) and what she's looking forward to this baseball season. Get involved with LEAF today! This conversation zeroes in on legal technology and the importance of building deliberate relationships to make your career soar. Aaron shares with us the biggest challenge with legal tech today (it's not what you think!), how he has created the training he wishes he'd had access to in the early stages of his career, and the importance of creating cohesive and effective systems. Follow us on Instagram @offthetrackspodcast, check out our website offthetrackspodcast.com, or connect with us by emailing podcast.offthetracks@gmail.com. Thanks for taking some time to step off the tracks with us! – Erin & Piper – Did you know there are free and confidential mental health supports available to law students, paralegals, and lawyers in every province and territory? Click here to learn more and access services.

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Reaganism: What The World Needs Now with Senator Joni Ernst (#119)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022


On this episode, we are joined by Senator Joni Ernst. She was elected from Iowa in 2014 and is the first female combat veteran to serve in the U.S. Senate, after a distinguished career in the Army Reserve and in the Army National Guard. She is the Vice Chair of the Senate Republican Conference and […]

Reaganism
What The World Needs Now with Senator Joni Ernst

Reaganism

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 57:29


On this episode, we are joined by Senator Joni Ernst. She was elected from Iowa in 2014 and is the first female combat veteran to serve in the U.S. Senate, after a distinguished career in the Army Reserve and in the Army National Guard. She is the Vice Chair of the Senate Republican Conference and a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee. Roger and Sen. Ernst talked about the war in Ukraine, including her personal connection to the country and the Ukrainian military's need for additional lethal aid. They also discussed China, and how the China threat affects everyday Iowans.

Arete Coach: The Art & Science of Executive Coaching
AC 1072 Shahrzad Sherry Nooravi PsyD MCC "Bit by Bit the Bird Builds Her Nest"

Arete Coach: The Art & Science of Executive Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 62:13


This is episode 1072 of the Arete Coach Podcast with host Severin Sorensen and guest coach Dr. Shahrzad Sherry Nooravi, who is an executive coach, organizational psychologist, speaker, author, CEO and Founder of Strategy Meets Performance, and an ICF Master Certified Coach (MCC). Today she works from San Diego, California, and helps business leaders through her organization Strategy Meets Performance. In our interview, Shahrzad talks about the importance of creating intentional culture, something she calls building the nest. We explore her coaching journey and talk about the nuances of executive coaching today. Shahrzad has been coaching through her organization and has served as adjunct faculty for the Center for Creative Leadership since 2010. In 2021 Shahrzad was the Vice-Chair for the Organization Development Network and President of the San Diego Chapter of the International Coaching Federation. Not only does Shahrzad have her MCC and doctorate in organizational development she has also received multiple awards such as 2019 Woman to Watch from the California Women's Leadership Association and 2015 Circulate San Diego's Citizen of the Year. Furthermore, she is also a highly successful author, speaker, group coach, and workshop leader covering topics such as culture, teamwork, and resilience. Her upcoming book, “A Powerful Culture Starts with You” breaks down culture and leadership in a unique and interesting manner with case studies and tips for leaders.  Discover more on these topics are at AreteCoach.io. The Arete Coach Podcast seeks to explore the art and science of executive coaching. You can find out more about this podcast at aretecoach.io. This episode was produced on January 20, 2022. Copyright © 2022 by Arete Coach™ LLC. All rights reserved.

Rx for Success Podcast
101. The Educator: Rochelle Frank, MD, FAAN

Rx for Success Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 45:34


Rochelle Frank MD received her medical degree at University of California San Diego, attended Neurology residency at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and received fellowship training in Neurophysiology at University of California Davis.  She has been an Associate Professor of Neurology and Neurology Clerkship Director at California Northstate University College of Medicine since 2016.  Before that time she worked for 18 years as a general Neurologist at Kaiser Permanente in Roseville California.   She is board certified in Neurology and Clinical Neurophysiology and received additional board certifications in Integrative Medicine from the ABoIM (American Board of Integrative Medicine) in 2016 and the ABIHM in 2012.  She is the current Vice Chair and Chair Elect of the American Academy of Neurology Neurohealth and Integrative Neurology Section. Her research interests include Integrative Medicine, Functional Neurologic Disorder and medical student wellness.  She has also created many programs in physician and medical student wellness, is currently Chair of the CNU COM Student Wellness Committee, member of the Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical Society Joy of Medicine Committee and recent member of the AAN Live Well ELA Committee.   Unlock Bonus content and get the shows early on our Patreon Follow us or Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | Amazon  | Spotify --- Show notes at https://rxforsuccesspodcast.com/101 Report-out with comments or feedback at https://rxforsuccesspodcast.com/report Music by Ryan Jones. Find Ryan on Instagram at _ryjones_, Contact Ryan at ryjonesofficial@gmail.com

Health Literacy Out Loud Podcast
Blood Testing: What Is Learned in the Lab (HLOL #223)

Health Literacy Out Loud Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 24:22


Parul Bhargava, MD is Professor & Vice-Chair of Laboratory Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). She is a pathologist with subspecialty training in hematology. Dr. Bhargava describes herself as passionate about medical education and has authored or edited numerous academic publications. In this podcast, Dr. Bhargava talks with Helen Osborne about: Diagnostic […] The post Blood Testing: What Is Learned in the Lab (HLOL #223) appeared first on Health Literacy Out Loud Podcast.

Where We Live
Unpacking the pros and cons of bariatric surgery

Where We Live

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 49:00


Weight loss surgery has become more accessible, but there are still concerns and stigma around these procedures. Today, we talk to surgeons in our state, about the pros and cons of bariatric surgery. We hear from a local Connecticut resident who had bariatric surgery in 2021. Did you know minors starting at age 10 are eligible for bariatric surgery? Drs. Melissa Santos and Christine Finck at Connecticut Children's unpack that for us and we learn about the type of conversations specialists have with children and parents, before deciding on surgery. What questions do you have about weight loss surgery? GUESTS: Dr. John Morton - Professor and Vice Chair of Bariatric and Minimally Invasive Surgery for Yale New Haven Hospital System Kate Medina - Bariatric surgery patient Dr. Melissa Santos - Division Chief of Pediatric Psychology at Connecticut Children's and Clinical Director for the Pediatric Obesity Center Dr. Christine Finck - Pediatric Surgeon and Surgeon in Chief at Connecticut Children's. She is also the Executive Vice President and Professor of Surgery at UConn School of Medicine. Support the show: http://wnpr.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hugh Hewitt podcast
Hugh Live from France: Ed Morrissey Co-Hosts, Guests Adm. James Stavridis, David McCormick and more

Hugh Hewitt podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 50:04


Hugh broadcasts from the Seine River in France on his listener cruise, joined by Ed Morrissey, Senior Editor at HotAir.com, from Central Texas.  Today's guests: Admiral James Stavridis, Vice Chair, The Carlyle Group, “The Sailors Bookshelf”. Sonny Bunch, movie critic, The Bulwark. Dave McCormick, Pennsylvania Senate candidate. Tarzana Joe, poet laureate, TarzanaJoe@Reagan.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

AACE Podcasts
Episode 27: Cardiovascular Disease and Effects of the Environment

AACE Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 21:53


Many environmental factors have been found to influence cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk, progression, and severity. Join Sanjay Rajagopalan, MD, FACC, FAHA, Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine at the University Hospitals, Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute, Director of Cardiovascular Research Institute at Herman K. Hellerstein MD, Professor of Cardiovascular Research, and Professor of the Department of Internal Medicine at Case Western Reserve University, as he is interviewed by Betul Hatipoglu MD, Professor of Medicine at CWRU School of Medicine, Vice-Chair at UH System Clinical Affairs, Department of Medicine, Medical Director of the Diabetes & Obesity Center at Mary B. Lee Chair in Adult Endocrinology, University Hospital Cleveland Medical Center, and Chair of the AACE Disease State Network Lipids & Cardiovascular Health. Dr. Rajagopalan and Dr. Hatipoglu discuss components of the environment that play an important role in health besides general lifestyle factors, including social, economic, and chemical pollutants.

SHEA
SHEA Spring 2022 Recap

SHEA

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 25:00


Overview: In this episode, our moderator, Dr. Whitney Buckel, has a conversation with Dr. Jennifer Hanrahan, Chair of the SHEA Spring 2022 Planning Committee, and Dr. Jesse Jacob, Vice Chair of the SHEA Spring 2022 Planning Committee, around the conference, how COVID-19 influenced the planning and execution, session highlights, and more. Speakers: Whitney Buckel, PharmD, BCPS (moderator) Jennifer Hanrahan, DO, MSc Jesse Jacob, MD, MSc You can still register to watch all educational sessions on-demand and claim credit through 12/31/22. Visit https://sheaspring.org for more information! Interested in becoming a SHEA member? Use the coupon code LearningCE22 to get $20 any membership type. What do you think of our podcasts? Do you have topic or speaker suggestions? Let us know at https://learningce.shea-online.org/content/shea-podcast-feedback

MTR Podcasts
Sandra L. Gibson

MTR Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 50:19


About the guestSandra L. Gibson's arts and culture training, teaching and practice over three decades have given her a unique understanding of partnership, creativity and collaboration. Gibson's professional experience began with her role as program representative for UCLA Extension's Department of the Arts, where she developed and managed 180-200 nationally recognized programs annually. Gibson later became Director, West Coast Operations at American Film Institute, where she also served Director, NEA's Independent Filmmaker Program and Director, Center for Advanced Film and Television Studies. Gibson's work as the executive director of the Long Beach Regional Arts Council in California developed her gifts for working with diverse cultural communities, individual artists and patrons of arts and culture. Gibson directed the city's first Cultural Masterplan and launched the first Smithsonian Institution Program Affiliation in the US with the City of Long Beach. In 1995 Gibson served on the steering committee that formed Americans for the Arts and as a founding board member, and was recruited for the position of executive vice president and COO at the organization in 1998. In 2000, she was appointed the fourth president and CEO of the Association of Performing Arts Presenters, the leading service and advocacy organization for the presenting industry worldwide. Gibson realized the need for a more comprehensive assessment of the performing arts in the context of a rapidly changing world and partnered with the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation to sponsor the first nationwide survey of the performing arts presenting field. Gibson engaged the association in new technologies and expanded its reach globally and across industry sectors, including partnerships with the leadership of Consejo Nacional de la Cultura y las Artes in Mexico; the French Embassy Cultural Services Division; the Netherlands Consulate and the Cultural Ministry of Colombia, among others. Gibson served as a Commissioner on the Culture Committee of the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO from 2005-2009 and testified with cellist Yo-Yo Ma about the challenges with nonimmigrant visa processing before the House of Representatives Government Reform Committee in 2005. Gibson served on NEA's Music Creativity panel in July 2002, the Regional Partnership Agreements panel in February 2006, the State Partnerships Agreements panel in January 2009, and State Partnerships Stimulus funding panel in March 2009. In 2004 Gibson launched the Creative Campus Initiative with a landmark meeting of the American Assembly at Columbia University, and in 2007 established the Creative Campus Innovations Grant Program to support exemplary cross-campus, interdisciplinary projects that integrate the arts into the academy. Gibson also led the development of an eco-leadership forum that advances the goals and action agenda of Culture|Futures, an international collaboration of organizations and individuals in the nonprofit, for-profit, philanthropic, economic development, political and policy arenas who are shaping and delivering proactive support for the transition towards an Ecological Age by 2050.Gibson became an independent consultant in July 2011 and in 2012 formed Sandra L. Gibson and Associates, LLC, a consulting practice dedicated to advancing the arts, culture and education globally. Gibson serves as Executive Director of the Maryland Film Festival/Stavros Niarchos Foundation Parkway Theatre in Baltimore, Maryland, as a Consulting Advisor to the DeVos Institute for Arts Leadership founded by Michael Kaiser at the University of Maryland, and as a Consulting Advisor to The Canales Project founded by opera singer Carla Dirlikov. From 2012-2018 Gibson served as the first executive director of the National China Garden Foundation in Washington, DC, overseeing the development, fundraising and construction design for a priority U.S.-China government initiative to establish the National China Garden, a 12-acre classical Chinese garden center in the historic U.S. National Arboretum. She has served as a consultant to the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of African American History and Culture, Northwoods Nijii Enterprise Corporation, Theatre Forward, and as an advisor to the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage, as a consultant to the Smithsonian Office of the Assistant Secretary for Education and Access, and the National Museum of American History, as well as a Senior Artistic Advisor to the China International Performing Arts Fair, Guangzhou, China. Currently Gibson serves as President and Chair, Friends of the British Council, Board Member and Chair of the Artistic Committee of the Sphinx Organization, and as Vice Chair of the National Advisory board for Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. An ethnomusicologist and musician with a Master's Degree in Music from Northwestern University, Gibson believes the arts are critical to personal, community and national well being, essential to an advanced democracy and vital to global cultural exchanges. She has worked tirelessly to raise dynamic conversations about the intrinsic value and impact of art and art making, their contributions to a high-quality education, to economic livelihood and to a historic legacy woven intricately into the very fabric of life.The Truth In This ArtThe Truth In This Art is a podcast interview series supporting vibrancy and development of Baltimore & beyond's arts and culture.Mentioned in this episodeSNF ParkwayPhotography by Mike MorganTo find more amazing stories from the artist and entrepreneurial scenes in & around Baltimore, check out my episode directory.Stay in TouchNewsletter sign-upSupport my podcastShareable link to episode★ Support this podcast ★

Emerging
Live from IFTD 2022: Corinne Doctor and Jim Bartschi

Emerging

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 5:40


Jim is the Chair and Corinne is the Vice Chair of AFFTA, the American Fly Fishing Trade Association. Their goal is to guide the sustainable growth of the fly fishing industry through trade development and stewardship. AFFTA is also the incredible organization that puts together IFTD and we are so grateful to them for doing all the organizing.  This is our last episode from IFTD and we hope you enjoyed this miniseries. Thank you to Costa sunglasses, Trout Unlimited and Simms fishing products for making this podcast possible. 

Talking Beats with Daniel Lelchuk
Ep. 137: Cutting Edge Ethics with Susan Liautaud

Talking Beats with Daniel Lelchuk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 38:09


"Ethics is everywhere. It's in the arts, it's in entrepreneurship, it's in family, and business. No matter what walk of life, no matter your passion, ethics is the great connector both for individuals and for the larger society." Ethics expert Susan Liautaud joins the podcast. She has written a book called The Little Book of Big Ethical Questions, in which she poses situations and questions to the reader that we all come into contact with in our daily lives. “Would you apply for a job you know your friend is applying for?” Or “Should voting be mandatory?” Or "what about police using facial recognition technology?" "What would I have done?" "Is there one correct answer?" And ultimately: "How can ethics help us navigate these situations to find the best outcome for ourselves and others?" In a wide ranging conversation that goes in many directions, Susan and Daniel talk broad themes-- ethics and social media, for example-- and also connect ethics, structure, harmony and dissonance to Ukraine, COVID preparedness, the world of music, and more. If you like what we do, please support the show. By making a one-time or recurring donation, you will contribute to us being able to present the highest quality substantive, long-form interviews with the world's most compelling people. Dr. Susan Liautaud is Founder and Managing Director of Susan Liautaud & Associates Limited (SLAL), a consultancy in ethics matters internationally. She brings broad global experience with ethics and governance to business, non-profit, governmental and academic organizations and leaders. Susan is the Author of The Power of Ethics and of The Little Book of Big Ethical Questions. She also teaches cutting edge ethics courses at Stanford University and was a Visiting Scholar at the Stanford Center of Philanthropy and Civil Society from 2012 to 2015. She also founded a non-profit, independent, cross-sector laboratory and collaborative platform for innovative ethics called The Ethics Incubator. She serves as Chair of Council of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and as Vice Chair of the Global Partnership for Education (GPE). Susan has been appointed to the UK Cabinet Office's Advisory Committee on Business Appointments (ACoBA), to the Stanford HAI (Stanford Institute for Human- Centered Artificial Intelligence) and to SAP's AI Ethics Advisory Panel. She also serves on a number of other boards and advisory boards, including: the French Ambassador's Foreign Trade Advisory Council in the UK; member of the board of directors of the Pasteur Institute, and the American Hospital of Paris Board of Governors. She formerly served as Chair and member of the Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières US Advisory Board, to the Advisory Council to the UK Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation board, and as member of Care International Supervisory Board. Susan holds a PhD in Social Policy from the London School of Economics and Political Science; a Juris Doctor from Columbia University Law School; a M.A. in Chinese Studies from University of London School of Oriental and African Studies; a M.A. and two B.A.s from Stanford University. She speaks fluent French and Spanish, as well as advanced intermediate Chinese and intermediate Italian.

City Cast Salt Lake
Can We All Help Make the City Budget?

City Cast Salt Lake

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 18:46


Cities across the valley are in budget season, and Natalie Pinkney, Vice Chair of the South Salt Lake City Council, is on a mission to make budget conversations more engaging for residents. South Salt Lake residents can sign-up for FlashVote here, and everyone can download the 2022 MuralFest map here. Wanna host a mural? Email npinkney@sslc.com. Subscribe to our daily morning newsletter here. Looking to advertise on City Cast Salt Lake? Check out our options for podcast and newsletter ads at citycast.fm/advertise.

The Greek Current
Vandalism at Hagia Sophia raises concerns about the UNESCO site

The Greek Current

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 11:52


Last week evidence emerged of a disturbing act of vandalism at Hagia Sophia, with photos showing the historic Imperial Gate badly damaged. This is raising concerns over the repercussions of Turkish President Erdogan's decision in 2020 to turn Hagia Sophia, then a museum, into a mosque. Dr. Elizabeth Prodromou, a leading expert on issues of religion and human rights, joins our host Thanos Davelis to look into this incident and the broader impact that Hagia Sophia's conversion into a mosque is having on the UNESCO world heritage site.Dr. Elizabeth Prodromou is an internationally recognized leader on issues of religion and human rights, and a previous Vice Chair and Commissioner on the US Commission on International Religious Freedom. Dr. Prodromou is also a faculty member at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, where she directs the Initiative on Religion, Law, and Diplomacy. You can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:Hagia Sophia's 6th Century Imperial Gate VandalizedPM discusses Hagia Sophia door damage with UNESCO chiefTurkish court gives philanthropist Kavala life in prisonPhilanthropist sentenced to life in Turkey in ‘travesty' trial over Gezi Park protestsS&P brings Greece one notch from investment grade

Oilers NOW with Bob Stauffer
Vice Chair of O.E.G. Kevin Lowe (4/25/22)

Oilers NOW with Bob Stauffer

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 23:19


Hall of Famer Kevin Lowe reflects of Guy Lafleur and what his fellow Quebec native meant to the province during Guy's years creating highlights reels for the Montreal Canadiens. Plus, Lowe's thoughts on the evolution of the current Oilers and the learning a team has to do before ascending the Stanley Cup mountain. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Audible Bleeding
Inside the Vascular Surgery Board - the Past, Present, and Future of Your Certification

Audible Bleeding

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 47:55


We are very excited to have Dr. Kellie Brown, the current Vice-Chair of the Vascular Surgery Board, and Dr. Malachi Sheahan, the Vice-Chair Elect, to pull back the curtain on how the VSB serves the public and the vascular surgery community at large while defining our specialty. They discuss the history of the VSB, provide some insight into board examination development, and clarify the process of Continuous Certification Assessment. They also discuss the new nomination process adopted this year by the VSB, and how interested people can get more involved.    Dr. Kellie Brown is Professor of Surgery and Radiology in the Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at The Medical College of Wisconsin, and the Chief of Vascular Surgery at the Zablocki VA Medical Center. She is the Program Director for the Vascular Surgery Fellowship at the Medical College of Wisconsin.    Dr. Malachi Sheahan is Professor of Surgery and Chair of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery and Program Director for the Vascular Surgery Integrated Residency and Fellowship at LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans.    Vascular Surgery Continuous Certification Assessment VSB Update - Spring 2021 What other topics would you like to hear about? Let us know more about you and what you think of our podcast through our Listener Survey or email us at AudibleBleeding@vascularsociety.org. Follow us on Twitter @audiblebleeding   Learn more about us at https://www.audiblebleeding.com/about-1/ and #jointheconversation.

Project Purple Podcast
Episode 199 - Fighting for a Cure With Jonathan Brody, Ph.D

Project Purple Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 52:57


On this week's episode, we're joined by Dr. Jonathan Brody as he shares insight into the life-saving work he is doing at Oregon Health & Science University. Dr. Jonathan Brody is the Vice Chair of Research for the Dept. of Surgery and is the Associate Director of Translational Research of the Brenden-Colson Pancreatic Center for Patient Care.

The Energy Gang
Happy Earth Day: Why a Low Carbon Life is Within Reach

The Energy Gang

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 68:24


On April 22nd, 2022 the world will be celebrating the 52nd annual “Earth Day”. Does Earth Day serve any useful purpose? How can we utilize the celebration of Earth Day for good? How is Earth day viewed by the world today, and how does this celebration push us closer to a low carbon life? In today's special episode of the Energy Gang, the conversation focuses on solutions and recent positive findings from the IPCC report. Making up the “Gang” this week is returning guest Emily Chasan, who is the Director of Communications at Generate Capital, the green investment firm. Also, another returning guest, Dr. Destenie Nock, an Assistant Professor of Engineering and Public Policy and Civil and Engineering at Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh. As always, our host Ed Crooks, Vice-Chair of the Americas at Wood Mackenzie leads the conversation. Keeping the positive theme in observance of Earth Day, the gang discusses the recent IPCC report and some positive findings that were reported. Earlier this month, the 6th cycle working report gives a clear view to the current state of our knowledge of climate science. The good news, though, is that even the more demanding goal of the Paris agreement – limiting global warming to just 1.5 degrees – is not out of sight.The last talking point in the episode is the topic of Energy Poverty, and what it currently looks like in today's climate. The gang discusses how energy poverty is a massive problem today and explores the dangers of how addressing climate change, could make things worse. Destenie leads the conversation on this topic and shares some of her key findings from her research and describes to the gang what an Energy Equity Gap is. This week's episode is focused on solutions and has an optimistic tone. We hope you enjoy and don't forget to reach out to us on Twitter with any inquiries.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Brand Tuned - Smart Thinking, Better Branding
REPOST: David Aaker - Descriptive or Distinctive Name?

Brand Tuned - Smart Thinking, Better Branding

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 44:23


David Aaker hailed the “Father of Modern Branding,” and Vice-Chair at Prophet is a recognized authority on branding, He has developed several concepts including the Aaker brand vision model.In this episode, we discuss all things brand related, in particular names. We covered:Why intellectual property is not included in the training of brand managersThe importance of being clear on the definition of IPThe different perspective that IP brings to namingNaming and whether descriptive names are a good choiceThe role of intellectual property in building barriers to entry against competitorsBrand equity — three things it consists inView the podcast transcript hereLinkedIn: David AakerTwitter: @DavidAakerdavidaaker.comValuable Resources:Brand Tuned ScorecardBrand Tuned Acceleratorwww.brandtuned.com 

Over the Lege, The Live Podcast!
Ha Ha Haggadah - A Very Special PassOver The Lege

Over the Lege, The Live Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 74:35


Why is tonight different from all other nights? Because Stephanie Chiarello, Aaron Salinas, and Amy Lowry recorded this podcast episode on Passover! And the were joined by two very special guests - Texas State Representative Erin Zwiener and Austin Area Funny Man Jeremy Lamb!   Rep. Erin Zwiener holds a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Conservation, a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, and is a three-time Jeopardy! Champion.Rep. Zwiener serves on the House Committees on Public Health, House Administration, and Appropriations, where she is the Vice-Chair of the Subcommittee on Article III (Education). She is a member of the House Democratic Caucus, LGBTQ Caucus, Criminal Justice Reform Caucus, Women's Health Caucus, and IT Caucus. In January of 2021, Rep. Zwiener established the Caucus on Climate, Environment, and the Energy Industry and currently serves as its Chair.She lives in Driftwood with her husband Quincy, daughter Lark, a dog, three horses, a mule, a pony, a pig, and too many chickens. Jeremy Sweetlamb is a lifelong student, director, actor, teacher, promoter, producer, and defender of improvised theatre.For 25 years he has lived and trained in Chicago, LA, and New York before returning to his native Austin, TX. He has recorded a comedy album: 'Beardedlamb Sings Along to the Urban Cowboy Motion Picture Soundtrack.' He has performed with Bill Hader and Bob Odenkirk at the Just for Laughs festival in Montreal.Jeremy started one of the biggest comedy festivals in the country in Out of Bounds. He continues to embrace failure gracefully by teaching middle school theatre and trying to be a good partner and Dad to two lil bitties.Champion,theyCast:Host: Stephanie ChiarelloComedians: Aaron Salinas & Jeremy SweetlambSpecial Guest: Rep. Erin ZwienerAnnouncer: Amy LowreyPodcast Editor: Tom BookerWriters:Stephanie Chiarello, Amy K.