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We look at a person or historical event, linked to HIV, and explore the story of what actually happened. Did you know that Charlie Sheen’s lambskin condoms are a real thing? Or that patient zero only got this moniker due to a typo? The HIV Podcast separates fact from fiction and tackles HIV myths and misconceptions, head on. Surprising, shocking, educational and sometimes hilarious, this podcast will make you laugh as much as it will make you gasp. Don't just take our word that it's great - ...
 
Hosted by your favorite non-profit bean counters, Jon Lam & Tiffany Lee, the Coaching for Non-Profits Podcast explores building world-class nonprofit organizations through engaging with leaders and executives that are on a mission to create positive change. Topics include financial management, fundraising, organizational development, change management, HR, board of directors, and IT. Connect with Jon at: jon@coachingfornonprofits.com
 
Welcome to Annie's Pink Chair Podcast With Annie Lobert. Annie is a wife to Oz Fox (original founding member of rock band Stryper, speaker, author (of Fallen), entrepreneur, thought leader, advocate for the abused, nonprofit founder and CEO, and a survivor of more than a decade of sex trafficking. Annie moved into full time advocacy using her personal experience as a guide and started mentoring and helping women who were still in and formerly in the sex industry. This podcast features interv ...
 
Need something new to talk about? Subscribe to the podcast that challenges the way you see everything in ten minutes or less. The Walrus Talks is a national event series that sparks conversations on the issues that matter most to Canadians. *The music in this podcast has been licensed and is called Intelligent Molecule by LexPremium. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Charity Champions are nonprofit organizations working to make a positive impact in our community. Each fall, our employees chose six nonprofits from nominations that are made on our website. Anyone can submit a nomination, and nominations are carried forward each year. The benefits selection as a Charity Champions are leadership development training and increased awareness, both of which are usually cost-prohibitive for these organizations. It's TFNB Your Bank For Life's way of giving back t ...
 
"Right now, trans people face the unprecedented combination of political, social and physical violence--to the extent that when stories are told about our community, it is often through the lens of this violence,” says Imara Jones, host and creator of TransLash Podcast, Apple Podcasts’ Spotlight show for August 2022. “But the truth is that our lives are defined by so much more beyond hate. In almost every area of society, trans people are innovating, creating new futures and thriving- ...
 
In The Bag System podcast, Melissa C. Water demonstrates that Dissociative Identity Disorder isn’t all a tragedy and that there can be a fondness for Headmates. What was once known as Multiple Personality Disorder is the most controversial mental health diagnosis, with even some of those within the field of psychology finding the concept of its existence to be laughable. This stigmatized condition has been viewed with an air of psychopathy, tragedy, or fascination. While alternate identities ...
 
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Tech Connect AZ

Arizona Technology Council

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Tech Connect AZ, brought to you by the Arizona Technology Council and powered by Coplex, seeks to expand the awareness of local technology heroes and their accomplishments through intimate interviews with the tech titans themselves. Part How I Built This, part Under the Radar, the Tech Connect podcast will provide an intimate view into the lives of Arizona’s most innovative and creative minds and companies, many of whom you may not even know about yet. Know of a great company or innovator th ...
 
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Everybody In

The Wayfaring Band, Inc.

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Mackenzie Beauvais-Nikl, the co-host of "Everybody In," experiences autism. But this podcast isn't really about that, exactly. This podcast is about conversations and connections. It's about how we are the same, and how we're different. For each episode, Mackenzie and her co-host Andrea Moore interview a different guest. Some of their guests experience intellectual and developmental disabilities, also known as I/DD, and some don't. They talk about friendship, family, adulthood, and -- when i ...
 
Season 1 of Our Turn to Talk is presented by This Is My Brave, Inc. (TIMB) - a national nonprofit whose vision is to one day live in a world where we don't have to call it "brave" to talk openly about mental illness. Join host Anastasia Vlasova, former TIMB Intern, as she has raw, honest conversations with TIMB participants and takes a deeper look into the current state of young people's mental health. TIMB believes that #StorytellingSavesLives, and we hope that this podcast becomes the cata ...
 
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In this special episode of The Switch, Rose Gebken, Marketing & Communication Manager for Nonprofit HR, and Kristin O’Malley, President and CEO of the The Cape Cod Foundation, catch up and explore Kristin’s stellar contributions to the sector! Tune in to hear Kristin detail: - Why trying to have all the answers isn’t always the best strategy as a l…
 
In Part 2 of this episode, Annie and husband Oz Fox, lead guitarist for Stryper, discuss marriage and what to look for in a spouse. They share about learning from their past relationships and how the Lord helped them surrender their desires to Him. They also talk about the crucial importance of having a Christ-centered marriage and the Holy Spirit …
 
In the second part of 'HIV Explained' we focus on U = U. We look into what it actually means and the origins of this fantastic campaign. Sources In Just 5 Years, Undetectable=Untransmittable Changed History (hivplusmag.com) U=U: The Backstory (thebody.com) HIV - Human Immunodeficiency Virus | Great Ormond Street Hospital (gosh.nhs.uk) Hosted on Aca…
 
In Part 1 of this episode, Annie interviews Oz Fox, lead guitarist and founding member of iconic Christian metal band Stryper. Oz, who also happens to be Annie’s husband, talks about his early days in music, his rock guitar influences and how a decision to dedicate their band to God changed everything. Tune in for more! For more about Annie’s minis…
 
Online harassment against trans people is becoming increasingly violent and sophisticated. In the wake of the stalking and doxxing of streamer Clara Santorini, aka Keffals, Imara traces the emergence of these kinds of coordinated attacks, and asks what we can do about it. First, she discusses Kiwi Farms, “Libs of TikTok,” and the other malicious ac…
 
In this special episode of The Switch, Rose Gebken, Marketing & Communication Manager for Nonprofit HR, and Luana Vaetoe, Chief Executive Officer for Becoming Independent, catch up and explore Luana’s stellar contributions to the sector! Tune in to hear Luana detail: - Why nonprofits can also be economic and business drivers alongside their social …
 
In this special episode of The Switch, Rose Gebken, Marketing & Communication Manager for Nonprofit HR, and Rosemary C. Jordan, Chief Executive Officer for Pacific Vision Foundation, catch up and explore Rosemary’s stellar contributions to the sector! Tune in to hear Rosemary detail: - How her organization works to reduce health disparities in comm…
 
In this special episode of The Switch, Rose Gebken, Marketing & Communication Manager for Nonprofit HR, and Shawna Young, Executive Director for Scratch Foundation, catch up and explore Shawna’s stellar contributions to the sector! Tune in to hear Shawna detail: - How the Scratch platform allows kids to share their creative technology projects arou…
 
In this episode, Annie interviews Elishaba Doerksen, author of “Out of the Wilderness.” Elishaba shares her incredible story of escape from an abusive father while living in a remote area of Alaska. While it's a harrowing tale of cult-like religion that left her broken and full of shame, Jesus revealed the true heart of God the Father to her! Don’t…
 
As the United States struggles to contain the outbreak of Monkeypox, trans people are once again sidelined in our public health response. Amidst this sea of misinformation and erasure, Imara talks with two experts about the disease’s spread and its impacts on our community. First, she sits down with physician and researcher Dr. Asa Radix to discuss…
 
In Part 2 of this episode, Annie continues her discussion with Don and Bridget Brewster, founders of Agape International Missions, which fights child trafficking in Cambodia. The Brewsters share the incredible miracles occurring in their ministry in an area rife with child exploitation. Even traffickers are being transformed by the love of God and …
 
In our 6th and final episode of our HIV crime mini series, we travel around the globe and take at look at HIV related prosecutions from different countries. Sources Criminal transmission of HIV - Wikipedia HIV criminalisation laws around the world | aidsmap 2012 SCC 47 (CanLII) | R. v. Mabior | CanLII Johnson Aziga - Wikipedia HIV trial in Libya - …
 
In Part 1 of this episode, Annie talks with Don and Bridget Brewster, founders of Agape International Missions, which fights child trafficking in Cambodia. The Brewsters share how the Lord has led them from the beginning — from providing for them through their own childhood trauma to their quick courtship, to moving to Cambodia when they were sure …
 
In this episode replay from 2021, Imara welcomes TS Madison, the incredible entrepreneur, entertainer, and star of the reality TV series The TS Madison Experience, for a colorful and insightful conversation. Madison opens up about living unapologetically as liberation, the difficulty of sharing so much of her family life, and living out dreams far …
 
An intentional strategic approach for recognizing and developing talent that can help organizations engage and retain their best and brightest people versus losing them to outside growth opportunities. Over half of organizations surveyed in Nonprofit HR’s 2021 Talent Management Priorities Survey want to prioritize employee engagement, but only a qu…
 
Paul Roberts takes his experience from his career in data analysis and the family business to benefit numerous non profits across the country. Roberts and Gary S. Cohn of Painted Rock Advisors go way back, reflecting on their experiences together from childhood and how their careers have paralleled. Listen in as Paul talks both numbers and relation…
 
It’s been three years since we launched The Conversation Piece. 90 episodes measured over pandemic years, launched because for a while there, we couldn’t convene the way we love to - at The Walrus Talks. Through three seasons, we’ve done our best to showcase some of the most compelling talkers who have wheeled, walked, and web-cammed onto a stage f…
 
We're sharing a very special episode of the Black Girls Nerds podcast where Imara sits down host Jamie Broadnax to talk about gender and race in the new HBO series House of the Dragon, premiering Sunday, August 21st. Subscribe to the Black Girl Nerds Podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/black-girl-…
 
In Part 2 of this episode, Annie continues her discussion with Eliza Bleu, a trafficking survivor with an incredible redemption story. The two talk about why Eliza fell prey to another trafficker after returning home to safety, and some of the misconceptions about women in the industry. Eliza also shares how she got out and the most effective way Y…
 
Do you think trafficking only happens to certain types of people? In this episode, Annie hosts friend and fellow survivor Eliza Bleu, who says she was a homeschooled and spoiled child with a rebellious streak. Unfortunately, she was also naive and was enticed by a young man she met at a concert to follow her dream of stardom to Los Angeles. Her jou…
 
In this week's Coaching For Non-Profits podcast episode, we have the Back to Basics session with your Hosts, Jon Lam, and Tiffany Lee. This session highlights the topic of the overview of the four main financial statements. Jon and Tiffany discuss the purpose of each statement, what information it contains, how to read the statements and how to loo…
 
In this episode replay from 2021, host Imara Jones sits down with the groundbreaking intersex activist Sean Saifa Wall. Saifa, who is Black, intersex and trans discusses how those who are intersex shift our fundamental understanding of gender and the promise that this community holds for all of us. Saifa also delves into the importance of realizing…
 
In the third episode of our crime mini series we take a look at the case of the first gay man to be convicted of reckless transmission of HIV, Mark James, and which parts of the case the media chose to focus on. Sources Brighton man who intentionally infected partner with HIV jailed | The Argus BBC NEWS | England | Southern Counties | Hunt for HIV …
 
Trigger Warning: this episode contains subject matter which includes sexual assault and domestic violence. The stories told by sexual assault survivors are best told through their voice when they are ready, but that can mean secondary pain in the form of judgement, disbelief, and shame. It’s why so many survivors don’t speak their truths. Because w…
 
In this episode of the Coaching for Non-Profits podcast, Host Jon Lam talks with Harrison Kim, Founder of Pavestep. They discuss how to make performance management simple and effective. Jon and Harrison explore the benefits and tips of continuous, timely feedback and how Pavestep can assist with simplifying performance management. Pavestep has a so…
 
Do you struggle with self-worth and being “good enough?” Are you discouraged when you don’t succeed at changing bad habits and behaviors long-term? Then today’s show is for YOU. Annie’s friend and co-worker, Kricket Olin, explains how growing up in poverty and being teased at school left her feeling worthless and offended. It affected how she treat…
 
In this special episode of The Switch, Lindsey Otto, Marketing & Communication Associate for Nonprofit HR, and Angela C. Caraway, Founder and Executive Director of The Caraway Foundation, catch up and explore Angela’s stellar contributions to the sector! Tune in to hear Angela detail: - How she integrated her personal life experience to expand her …
 
In this special episode of The Switch, Lindsey Otto, Marketing & Communication Associate for Nonprofit HR, and Cynthia Buiza, Executive Director of The California Immigrant Policy Center, catch up and explore Cynthia’s stellar contributions to the sector! Tune in to hear Cynthia detail: - The role of curiosity and open mindedness in the cultivation…
 
This week Sarah takes us on a fascinating journey through some of the early cases of reckless or intentional transmission and we learn how the law has evolved. Sources R v Clarence (lawteacher.net) R v Dica - 2004 (lawteacher.net) R v Konzani (lawteacher.net) R v Konzani | [2005] EWCA Crim 706 | England and Wales Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)…
 
In this special episode of The Switch, Lindsey Otto, Marketing & Communication Associate for Nonprofit HR, and Dr. Jennifer Cartland, Executive Director and Consultant of Reach Incorporated, catch up and explore Dr. Cartland’s stellar contributions to the sector! Tune in to hear Dr. Cartland detail: - How her leaning into her diverse interests fost…
 
Is there someone or some situation that makes anger or anxiety well up within you? There’s a good chance that you’re dealing with unforgiveness. In this episode, Annie shares a very personal story of trauma that occurred at the hands of her high school crush. She notes how the Lord gently brought the incident to mind so that she could finally be fr…
 
From the work of Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera to the Covid-19 pandemic, mutual aid has long been key to trans survival. To find out what trans mutual aid looks like today, Imara speaks with organizers Asanni Armon and Tuck Woodstock. First, Asanni explains how party-based organization For the Gworls is disrupting conventional approaches to f…
 
Welcome to our crime miniseries! In our first instalment we go back to basics to really understand exactly what constitutes reckless or intentional transmission and we explore exactly how the police go about proving these cases. Sources May_2010_Prosecutions_for_HIV_Transmission.pdf (nat.org.uk) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more infor…
 
Women, Two Spirit, trans and non binary people across the spectrum have been at the forefront of what it means to be a caregiver. Whether society defines it as nurture or instinct, one thing’s for certain, over half of the women in our economy work in the 5 C’s: caring, catering, clerical work, cashiering and cleaning. Andrea Gunraj is the Vice Pre…
 
Is Dissociative Identity disorder tragic? Some may offer a definitive yes, though Melissa C. Water and The Bag System speak on their own perspective of if DID itself is tragic. thebagsystem.com (The password on the website contact form is Skittle) Discord Server Multiplied By One Org Patreon Don't Forget to leave a comment on this episode See podvi…
 
In Part 2 of this episode, Annie continues her discussion with prison evangelist Shug Bury, founder of HIM4Her ministry and radio host. Shug talks more about her experiences ministering in prisons around the world and the incredible impact of God's unconditional love. She also explains how you can help bring her unique mentoring program to your com…
 
This week we talk about a Pulitzer Prize winning cartoon strip that has been running for 51 years, Doonesbury. In particular we focus on Andy Lippincott and the story of his HIV diagnosis and death and how Doonesbury, cleverly, used humor to tackle HIV stigma. Sources Andy Lippincott - Wikipedia Gently Dishes Up Some Harsh Comments on AIDS | AP New…
 
19-year-old Joe Perry from Gahanna, Ohio tells us what it was like to have school authorities turn against him after he came forward about his mental health challenges. We explore the impact of this stigma, and Joe takes us through his journey with depression, anxiety and self-harm. Joe introduces us to his greatest coping mechanism - writing poetr…
 
Nonprofits white leadership must move from torchbearer of white supremacy to its pallbearer. The current nonprofit structure is a white savior. Yet they don't support the BIPOC communities they are supposed to serve. Too often the people doing the actual work are BIPOC but the white leadership hold the power. What steps should be taken to dismantle…
 
In Part 1 of this episode, Annie hosts Shug Bury, founder of HIM4Her ministry, radio host of Women's HOT Topics and prison evangelist. Shug (short for “Sugar”) explains how her big personality was given by God for the many ministries He has called her to — namely reaching lost and hurting women with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Hear how He tamed thi…
 
Imara discusses the liberatory power of music with singer, songwriter, and activist Shea Diamond. They trace her journey of creative self-expression from childhood through Shea’s experience of incarceration, including the origins of her hit anthems “I Am Her” and “I Am America.” She also highlights the judgment and tokenism that Black trans artists…
 
A dirt bike accident changed MaDarrius Burgo’s life forever, but it didn’t diminish his spirit. Hear this 20-year-old’s story of coping with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), living life in a wheelchair and how music and poetry restored his faith in life when he felt like he lost everything. A member of the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe, MaDarrius t…
 
Bryan Rutberg is a passionate philanthropist who learned about the power of giving from his role model family. Since childhood, he has remained a leader in giving during his entrepreneurial feats. He joins Gary S. Cohn of Painted Rock Advisors to give advice to those looking to enter philanthropy, and workshop ways to make tomorrow's generation rea…
 
Information about global warming is everywhere. And although the delivery of this message brings up awareness, the overload of information can lead to ecological grief and anxiety. According to Geographer Ashlee Cunsolo, says that despite the discomfort these emotions may bring, acknowledging these feelings can better help us understand the severit…
 
To celebrate 1 year of our HIV Heroes and History podcast we are featuring an amazing woman who has done a huge amount in the world of HIV, as well as having an outstanding music career. This weeks HIV hero is....Annie Lennox! Sources Sing campaign - Wikipedia Annie Lennox - Wikipedia 46664 - Wikipedia Annie Lennox explains her 'HIV Positive' t-shi…
 
Hello, everybody. Welcome to another episode of Dear corner office. I'm Michele Heyward. And I'm so happy to have you join us today we have a guest that is absolutely phenomenal. She has a different experience level coming through diversity, equity inclusion, and I'm so excited to introduce Luaskya Nonon to you Luaskya, Thank you so much for joinin…
 
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