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DADennial

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DADennial

Mike Trenk, LMHC

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Hi, I'm Mike! Along with being a dad by day, I'm also a mental health counselor by night in my own private practice. So I get to see not just my own personal ups and downs of being a dad, but I get to see other families and dads and trying to figure out their day-to-day struggles. As a clinician in private practice, and one of those dads sitting in pick up and drop off lines for school, I wanted to share what I see in this ever-changing world.
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I’m Dr. Cara Goodwin, child psychologist and mom of three. Parents, here’s the problem. We face questions each moment of the day about what is best for our children but we lack the time to research each and every question we face. My primary goal is to get research-backed information into your hands that is accurate, relevant, and helpful. As a parent of three young kids, I am definitely “in it” myself. Parenting Translator is where we share all the research that is important to me as a psyc ...
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Hosted by Terrance Ruth, this podcast decodes the language, decisions and hidden areas of local power that often seems illogical to residents. Our goal is to empower people to engage locally and to understand how significant it is to be aware and active at the local level. Once local government is logical, it will become meaningful and provide the benefits that allows for people to live a thriving life.
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Event Horizons

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Event Horizons

Webex Events (formerly Socio)

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After a long and painful hiatus, live events are back - the hand-shaking, the galas, the panels, the happy hours, and the in-person energy. But with so many of us comfortable staying at home, how do we navigate the future of events? The technology is ready, but how do we leverage the right tools to create the best virtual, live, and hybrid experiences? Let's find out!
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Maternal Health Innovation

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Maternal Health Innovation

Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center

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We are the Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center, a network of maternal health equity experts and organizations working to make real change for women and birthing people in the U.S. Our podcast is a series of episodes connecting around culture, lifting voices and stories, exploring innovations in maternal care and discussing ways we can center equity in the way we approach our health and wellness. Learn more about us, explore our resource center and find support for all maternal hea ...
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The Pivot

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The Pivot

Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

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The Pivot features stories of impact, discovery and surprise in public health. A production of the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
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Moving the Needle

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Moving the Needle

Christopher Gergen & Johnathan Holifield

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Highlighting innovators doing needle moving sh!t to create generational wealth and inclusive competitiveness. Communities worldwide are at an inflection point. In the devastating wake of COVID, there are unparalleled opportunities to move the needle on realizing truly inclusive prosperity, fueled by dynamic economic growth. In this moment, communities can make bold, strategic, and equitable investments. Needle moving investments not only generate catalytic and sustained community impact, but ...
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Equity Raise

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Equity Raise

American Underground

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Welcome to Equity Raise: Leveling the Landscape for Diverse Founders and their VCs. Each year, less than 3% of venture capital funding is invested in startups led by founders of color and women. On this podcast from the American Underground, we’ll learn from some of these entrepreneurs who have successfully raised venture capital, despite the struggles and systemic barriers they’ve faced.
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Sister entrepreneurs Courtney Hopper and Dana Kadwell talk about the ups and downs of the hustle, and the reward at the end of the journey. Life starts at the edge of our comfort zone, and that’s what running a business is about: it’s completely uncomfortable and yet thrilling at the same time. Hear Courtney and Dana talk about the hard parts of entrepreneurship with other business owners going through the struggle as well.
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Walter Harris is the lead drummer in one of the most iconic groups in the world - Preservation Hall Jazz Band in New Orleans. Walter is sharing his energy, vibration, and God-given ability with the jazz community. It's a life he could have never imagined. Except he did - 20 years earlier as he was lying in his prison cell.
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You are so much more than your personality. That’s where your identity begins, but your inner character strengths determine who you become. Hosted by Tilt 365 Chief Business Development Officer Glodean Champion, this podcast takes us on a journey to increase self-awareness, grow character strengths, drive team agility, and develop a generative mindset.
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At The Diversity Movement, we help organizations deliver real-world business outcomes through diversity, equity, and inclusion. On this podcast, we share insights, perspectives and tools from our community of experts, DEI practitioners, and business leaders as we further our mission of creating more diverse, equitable and inclusive workplaces for all.
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Poole Podcast

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Poole Podcast

NC State University Poole College of Management

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At North Carolina State University’s Poole College of Management, we’re on a mission to create an innovative and collaborative intellectual environment. By balancing industry and academia, we’re developing and supporting leaders with entrepreneurial mindsets and the skills to solve our world’s problems. On this podcast, we’ll talk with faculty and industry leaders to share how thought leadership can be transformative in all areas of industry. This is how we think and do at NC State.
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Legendary college soccer coaches Ralph Perez and Ray Reid have a combined 81 years of coaching college athletes, nearly 900 career wins, five national championships, and approximately 17,546 names in their contacts lists—and they're still in the game. On this podcast, they grab some of those names and talk what’s going on in the soccer world today.
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Welcome to the Innovate Raleigh Podcast, where we share conversations from the Innovate Raleigh Summit, held October 29th at the Raleigh Convention Center. With this podcast, we are highlighting inspiring stories while exploring the vision for the future of our community and creative, innovative ways to meet our challenges.
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Voices in Equity

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Voices in Equity

Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity at Duke University

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Voices in Equity is the official podcast of the Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity at Duke University. The Cook Center is named after Samuel DuBois Cook, the first tenured Black professor at Duke University who exemplified the pursuit of social justice and equality. With research focuses including social mobility, education, health, wealth, and policy, the Cook Center aims to develop a deep understanding of the causes and consequences of inequality, and develop remedies for these dis ...
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How do I know if my child is ready for kindergarten? How can children learn through play? Does nutrition, sleep, and activity really matter when kids are so young? I think my child might be neurodivergent. What should I do about it? What are magnet, charter, and private schools? And how do I choose what’s best? In this series, we include interviews with experts in early childhood education, psychology, and pediatrics to discuss topics including the importance of play, managing toddler behavi ...
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Welcome to First Check, a podcast so you can learn how to be the next great venture capitalist or angel investor. As a partner at Cofounders Capital, host of First Check Tim McLoughlin has invested over $43 million in startups, and on this podcast, Tim shares what works and what doesn’t, so you can be ready to write your first check.
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Executive Women's Day

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Executive Women's Day

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina

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The Executive Women’s Day event, where leaders of today and tomorrow gathered to engage in meaningful dialogue, was held on October 12, 2021. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina is proud to share insights from the keynote speakers and panelists on business perspectives, best practices, and the inclusion and empowerment of women in the workplace. The Executive Women's Day Podcast is hosted by The Diversity Movement co-founder Jackie Ferguson, and is produced by Earfluence.
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How do you take control of your life, and your career, without a guide to help you along? Talk West is a conversation-based podcast that goes beyond the LinkedIn profile to understand the nuances of our guests’ personal, and career, journeys. Tune in every other week to hear compelling stories, key insights and strategies about manifesting growth opportunities, unlocking new business potentials, and spearheading your professional journey. Walk West is a full-service branding and marketing ag ...
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Welcome to the Ecobot Podcast, where the Ecobot team shares information on how technology plays an increasingly important role in wetland science. If you don’t know about Ecobot, it’s the first software to bring true efficiency and accuracy to wetland scientists in environmental science, natural resources management, conservation planning, engineering and planning firms serving state and federal DOT, construction, mitigation banking, and oil and gas companies. In this series, you’ll hear fro ...
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The One Lost Ministry's mission and purpose is to empower the lost and less fortunate to cope spiritually, emotionally, and physically to improve their living conditions and build self-efficacy. The Founders of The One Lost, husband and wife team Troy and Michelle Manns, are focused on changing the world, one life at a time.
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Cynthia Barnes is is the Founder and CEO of the National Association of Women Sales Professionals (NAWSP), the nation’s only organization dedicated to helping women sales professionals reach the Top 1%. She recognized as a LinkedIn Top Sales Influencer and has appeared in over 250 major media outlets around the nation – including appearances in the Wall Street Journal. On this podcast, Cynthia talks to sales pros about what it takes to be in the top 1%, and what makes them Unstoppable. But i ...
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"The vision of a champion is someone who is bent over, drenched in sweat, at the point of exhaustion when nobody else is watching.” On the Vision of a Champion Podcast, 22 time national champion and 8 time coach of the year Anson Dorrance - along with co-hosts Dean Linke and Natalie Bode - talk about what it means to be a champion with elite athletes and coaches who have been a part of Anson's Hall of Fame journey - Tobin Heath, Roy Williams, Lucy Bronze, Crystal Dunn, April Heinrichs and mo ...
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If you are into emergency medicine innovation, you either know Dr. John Dayton or you wish you knew him, because John is involved in everything. Today he shares his journey, including founding MedForums in 2017, getting involved in the HealthTech investment community, and becoming the first Medical Innovation Fellow at Stanford. About Our Guest: Dr…
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In this special bonus episode, Dr. Kristin Tully interviews Jacque Caglia, the Director of Learning Communications and US programs at Merck for Mothers. The episode focuses on Merck for Mothers' commitment to eliminating maternal mortality globally and their approach to improving maternal health outcomes through grant-making and strategic collabora…
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Hannah and Molly Baker discuss the importance of mentorship and the impact it had on their careers, sharing stories of their own mentors who helped shape their professional growth. Plus, Molly opens up about the ongoing challenge of gaining confidence and feeling secure in her abilities, sharing her journey of overcoming self-doubt and embracing he…
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When I had my first child, I remember being thrilled to start solid food. I had planned to start with vegetable purees and then move to fruit and I stocked up on everything Gerber had to offer and I got my iPhone ready to record this big moment. However, much to my dismay, my baby seemed to hate it and acted like I was torturing her as I directed a…
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Join Catarina Rivera, DEI consultant and founder of Blindish Latina, as she shares her personal journey navigating the world with Usher Syndrome, a progressive condition impacting her hearing and vision. As a TEDx speaker and advocate, Catarina sheds light on the challenges faced by individuals with disabilities and offers insights on breaking down…
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Gel pedicures are pretty—until your nails come off. Power-washing is a clean you can feel…for life when you end up in the burn center. Tune into this true news-you-can-use episode. We tell you all the time how we get our stories—and often it’s as fascinating as the story itself. And boy do we have a doozy for you today. Hang out with Publisher Gina…
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In this episode, Cameron and Liv explore the depths of Michael Rollband's presentation on permitting innovation, electronic permitting, and permit tracking, particularly highlighting the Permit Enhancement and Evaluation Program (PEEP) in Virginia, launched earlier this year. Mike brings a unique perspective, combining his engineering background wi…
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Today, Dr. Jamila Goldsmith shares her journey into emergency medicine and discusses why she chose to pursue a career as a Locum Tenens physician. She highlights the benefits of Locum Tenens work, including the ability to have more control over her schedule, the financial advantages, and the opportunity to limit exposure and prevent burnout. Dr. Go…
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How can our personal style make a strong first impression, help with effective communication, and create a memorable client experience? Let's find out! About our guests: Belle Rape is an image consultant and wardrobe stylist at Blueprint by Belle, and the Charlotte Women's Social Club Chapter Director. Connect with WSC: Instagram: https://www.insta…
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Women are still stigmatized for expressing anything but bliss in the transition to motherhood. So the goal of this episode is to spread awareness of the common mental health struggles during the postpartum period, and we'll specifically cover postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety, postpartum psychosis, and other common postpartum symptoms such …
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Some men (most men?) feel like seeing a therapist is a sign of mental weakness. It's time to put pride aside. Today we're back with part 2 of our conversation with Caesar Fernandez, where Caesar opens up about why he decided to find a therapist and what the experience has been like. Part 1 - Finding Your Dad Support System DADennial is hosted by Mi…
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Join Jackie in a thought-provoking conversation with Dara Sanderson, CEO of Dictionary.com, as they explore the power of words, strong teams, and flexibility in discovering your own path. With over 20 years of experience in technology, entertainment, and ad tech, Dara shares valuable insights on the importance of language, inclusion, and mentoring.…
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It’s been seven years since Raleigh Magazine crowned the best burgers in town—and a lot has changed on the beefy scene. So we decided it was high time to dig in. And we had a ~cow~ noshing our way through Raleigh’s meatiest masterpieces to crown our 10 mighty burger kings. Hang out with Publisher Gina Stephens and Editor-in-Chief Melissa Howsam dis…
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Hosted by Terrance Ruth, this podcast decodes the language, decisions and hidden areas of local power that often seems illogical to residents. Our goal is to empower people to engage locally and to understand how significant it is to be aware and active at the local level. Once local government is logical, it will become meaningful and provide the …
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Nancy Scott is a remarkable expert in healthcare leadership and coaching. Today, she takes us on a transformative journey, from her days as a scholarship athlete to her pivotal accident that led her to pursue an MBA and become an industrial and organizational psychologist. On this episode, you'll discover her three-phase approach to leadership deve…
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We’ve all seen the article headlines like, “Women *Are* Asking for More Money at Work—They’re Just Not Getting It”, or “Why Women Don’t Ask for More Money”. We've also heard alarming statistics, like 60% of women say they’ve never negotiated their salary. That’s not acceptable and it doesn’t put us on an even playing field. But what can we do about…
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Today we're discussing the research behind redshirting - delaying kindergarten or school entry for a year. This seems to be an increasingly popular trend for giving your child a competitive advantage. The growing popularity of redshirting may have been started by Malcolm Gladwell's bestselling book, Outliers, which claims that a child being relativ…
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When Gabe Westheimer first began as an emergency Nurse Practitioner 10 years ago, his role was quite a bit different. Back then one or two NPs plus a physician would take care of about 18 beds. Now, he's looking after double or triple the number of patients, plus managing patients in the waiting room. It's a different world now in emergency medicin…
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Join Jackie in an enlightening conversation with Nina Simons, Co-founder and Chief Relationship Officer of Bioneers, as they explore the profound intersection of nature and diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice. Discover how Nina's transformative experience in a biodiversity garden led her to establish Bioneers and become a renowned social entr…
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For years, locals have bemoaned the lack of new condo options in Downtown Raleigh as apartments went up en masse across town. But all of that is about to change. Tune in as Publisher Gina Stephens and Editor-in-Chief Melissa Howsam chat the condo craze unfolding in DTR. A Wave of Condo Construction in DTR Green Development: SoHi Building a Skyline …
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US Acute Care Solutions has grown rapidly since its founding in 2015. Today, we have the opportunity to speak with Chief Medical Officer Dr. Amer Aldeen about how it all works. About Our Guest: Dr. Amer Aldeen is the Chief Medical Officer at US Acute Care Solutions. Connect with us: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emworkforce/ Twitter: https:/…
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Leslie Logan Brown never thought she would go into the family business (Logan's, a downtown Raleigh staple since 1965). Her daughter Kaylynne Leggett was focused on being a dancer in New York City. But with a legacy of entrepreneurship, they couldn't help themselves. Not only are they now running their own businesses, they're working together on on…
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Kate Baer has always been a writer, and as soon as she became a mother, her blog and essays became about motherhood. Even with success, she felt boxed in, that people weren't respecting her work as literary. So she took a break for four years and started working on a novel - but then she started to cheat on that novel with poetry. That poetry has b…
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In this episode, we're joined by Kara Gladish, Manager of Customer Experience at Webex Events (formerly Socio), to discuss the must-have event tech features for a successful events program. We talk about the importance of having an event technology platform of record, event features that are top of mind for event organizers, the most effective way …
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In this episode, Jackie Ferguson interviews Kai Weidie, the first Senior Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Dentsu Media US. They discuss Dentsu's four pillars for guiding DEI work and the importance of transparency and accountability in leadership. Kai emphasizes the value of micro-actions in creating change, inspiring leaders t…
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It’s teatime. As your go-to source on all things food and bev, we’re here to spill all kinds of tea. Tune in as Publisher Gina Stephens and Editor-in-Chief Melissa Howsam dish on a slew of concepts soaring on the scene—from RDU to DTR and beyond. Ten New Dining/Drinking Ops Coming to RDU Airport Three-Story RDU Galleria Sneak Wright Way to Picnic S…
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Historically there are so many communities that have done a poor job or economic development and inclusive competitiveness, but we're talking about the communities that are getting it right. Plus, what specifically is in the International Economic Development Council's Equitable Economic Playbook? Nathan Ohle is the President and CEO of the Interna…
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Ashley Reed spent 18 years working in corporate marketing, mostly in sports and entertainment, and most recently as an executive at Amazon. But throughout her career, her inner voice would always ask her, "on your last days, is this what's gonna make you? Is what you're doing really what you want out of life?" She decided it was time to completely …
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Today we're sharing an episode of the Emergency Medicine NP & PA Podcast, hosted by Ivy Clinicians' Omar Nava - this episode specifically because many physicians are concerned about how to manage early career EM PAs & NPs in their departments. So let's find out what's going on. ------------------ When students are applying to PA school, we're prayi…
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As I prepare for my fourth child, I am reflecting on my previous birthing experience, which was traumatic to say the least (tune in to hear what I mean). So it got me wondering, what does the research say about birth trauma and how it affects both parents and children? ------ Sign up for the Parenting Translator Substack, and follow along on Instag…
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In this episode, host Jackie Ferguson is joined by Laura Sanderson, the head of Russell Reynolds Associates operations in the UK, with over 20 years of experience recruiting executives for board positions in the FTSE 100, FTSE 250 private, as well as mutual and family-owned firms based in London. As an expert in executive search, Laura shares her i…
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The topic of “tipflation” is on everyone’s tongue of late. From The New York Times to The Today Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live—the topic of who to tip, for what and how much is trending. Hang out with Publisher Gina Stephens and Editor-in-Chief Melissa Howsam as they navigate the tipping point—aka tipping fatigue–via feedback and guidance from a host o…
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Christian Hommes has enjoyed working as a Physician Assistant, but at times he has felt frustrated with a stagnant career trajectory. Many of you have felt that as well, but what can you do about it? And what exactly is a fair compensation model for PAs and NPs when you consider factors like experience, competence, and number of patients seen? It's…
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When Caesar Fernandez went to the park with his daughter, a woman said to him, "Oh that's so sweet, you're babysitting." As a dad, you've probably heard this condescending sexist compliment before, and you probably brushed it off. But for Caesar, he had had enough and told the woman that "No, I don't babysit. This is called parenting." Modern dads …
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Our very first pop-up in New York City was at Tarin Thomas Jewelry, where Caleigh Scott shared her personal cancer battle. Today, at the exact same location, Caleigh joins us for our first LIVE podcast episode in New York! About our guest: Caileigh Scott (instagram) is an actress (IMDB), writer, and digital marketer. Connect with WSC: Instagram: ht…
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"There's nothing more upsetting than maybe spending your life growing up to be a physician in emergency medicine. And 5, 10, 15 years into your career, you suddenly wake up one morning and say, 'I hate my life. I hate my job.' How does one change direction at that time in your life?" But how can you make a change? Or are there ways to feel not so b…
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As parents, our short term goal is to get our children to listen to us and follow the rules and limits we set for our family. But our long-term goal is really to raise children who truly understand why we have created these rules and limits, and develop an internal motivation to be kind and to do the right thing. We want them to follow rules becaus…
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Mahoganey Jones, Founder and CEO of Event Specialists Inc., joins us to explore the world of niche events. In this episode, Mahoganey shares her expertise on the advantages and challenges of hosting niche virtual and in-person events. Discover how to attract more attendees, elevate sponsor engagement and ROI, and create unforgettable experiences wi…
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In this special 100th episode of Diversity Beyond the Checkbox, host Jackie Ferguson is on the other side of the questions! Joined by critically-acclaimed author and guest host, Dr. Bob Batchelor, they reflect on the podcast's journey, discuss the importance of storytelling, and share their hopes for the future. Get a glimpse into Jackie's personal…
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We get it. Life is a lot. We’d all love to be sitting bellied-up to a bar somewhere in the tropics right about now. While we can’t literally send you to the Caribbean, we can transport you to the tropics locally. Tune in as Publisher Gina Stephens and Editor-in-Chief Melissa Howsam serve up a sweet escape with plenty of spirited local news. Drinks …
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In this episode, we’re joined by members of the Environmental Policy Innovation Center (EPIC) team Jessie Mahr, Director of Technology, and Becca Madsen, Director of the Restoration Economy Center. Jessie shares how she landed at EPIC advocating for innovation and digitization in the environmental industry, after experiencing firsthand the difficul…
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The medical field can treat many of the challenges pregnant people face before and after birth. So why is there still racial inequity in maternal health? Hosts: Jennie Saia, Meghan Palmer Guests: Dr. Stephanie Baker, Dr. Yanica Faustin, Queen Assata Stephens The Pivot features stories of impact, discovery and surprise in public health. A production…
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When students are applying to PA school, we're praying to get in. When we get in, we can't wait to get out. And when we're out, we're wondering why in the world they let us do this! Today we're talking about that feeling of being unprepared coming out of school, and what PAs can do about it to be ready for the Emergency Room. About Our Guests Carly…
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As the founder of a marketing agency, Christina Noel felt like she could find the tools and could figure out a plan for your business, but the most important thing she needed was the community to get you through it, to help you explore what you want, to help you figure out your leadership to pivot and pivot again, and pivot again. So she created th…
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When most people think of industries that are especially vulnerable to hackers, banking and insurance are usually the first that come to mind. But most financial institutions have security on lockdown, so the criminals realized that patient records could be much more valuable than a credit card, AND healthcare security is a mess. So healthcare has …
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Back on episode 3, we talked with CPA Chrissy Denoyer about budgeting and understanding your finances, and today we’re taking it a step further. It’s time to talk about investing. In this episode, you'll hear about: Eve Halimi's journey to creating the Alinea app, including an incredible raise at Y-Combinator Why Alinea considers itself a mission-d…
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April is World Autism Month, a month designated to enhance understanding of autism and increase acceptance of autistic individuals. Today’s episode will help to provide answers for the following questions: What is autism? Why are rates of autism increasing? What causes autism? How do you know if your child is autistic? What to do as a parent? -----…
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You’d be surprised what people say to us—especially from behind a screen. From hate mail to social media trolls, hang out with Publisher Gina Stephens and Editor-in-Chief Melissa Howsam—with a cameo from Producer Cee Cee Huffman—as they reveal and react to some real standout slams. Climate Shift: Three Female Meteorologists Make History in Raleigh …
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In this episode, Dr. Meisha-ann Martin, Senior Director of People Analytics and Research at Workhuman, and host Jackie Ferguson, both graduates from the University of South Florida, explore the negative impact of microaggressions on employee engagement, productivity, and innovation. Microaggressions result from unconscious biases and can create a t…
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