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Emilie Shoop is a speaker and coach, founder of Shoop Training & Consulting and the creator of Central Illinois’ premier team building event "Operation Our Town" in addition to popular programs such as
“Lead Any Team” and
“The Shoop Shift: 6 Gears to Revolutionize your Culture, Team and Leadership”
She has been hired by many well-known businesses such as:
Illinois State University, State Farm Insurance, and Mid-Illini Credit Union.
And invited to speak at events for the McLean County Chamber of Commerce,
Women In Leadership, the American Payroll Association and the Illinois Network of Court Appointed Special Advocates.
Emilie is the “go to” leadership girl when you want to learn how to maximize the efforts of your team the right way so you go from just being another manager to being an influential leader. Her clients are leaders who know they have to get more done with less and focusing on their company culture and employees will enable them to be successful.
Suzanne is an actress who has been making her home in Hartford for a little over two years. Watch for her in the upcoming season of Orange is the New Black! Theater credits include THE HOW AND THE WHY at New Century Theatre; EMILIE: LAMARQUISE DU CHATELET DEFENDS HER LIFE TONIGHT at WAM Theatre;WOYZECK, MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, and TARTUFFE at the Clarence Brown Theatre; TWELFTH NIGHT and HENRY IV, PART 2 at the Richmond Shakespeare Festival; A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM at Tennessee Stage; and THE SEAGULL and MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING at Henley Street Players.
Locally, Suzanne has performed with Hartbeat Ensemble and Bated Breath Theatre Company. In 2014 she participated in a reading of a new translation of Moliere'sGeorge Dandin at Hartford Stage. Not one to wait for work, Suzanne organizes a monthly CT-based actor's playreading group and is the Director of Bated Breath Theatre Company's Physical Theatre Training Center. She is invested in creating opportunity for CT based actors in the local market. Prior to CT, Suzanne studied Theatre and Environmental Science at the College of William and Mary and earned an MFA in Acting from the 3 year conservatory program at The University of Tennessee in Knoxville. She has also studied at the Stella Adler Conservatory in NYC and continues to take classes both in Hartford and New York.
As with any actor, much of her time is spent auditioning (read: schlepping between New York and Boston) and resisting the urge to binge watch television. She also practices yoga, loves a good run, and tries to go for a hike in the mountains whenever time allows.
Monster Monster Ríona Sally Hartman
Monster Monster are an alternative-pop duo from Dublin with songwriting at the
heart of the project. Songs by Mick Stuart are developed and made her own by
Ríona Sally Hartman. Exploring the range between love and hate, they create one
voice from contrasting perspectives. Mick writes with one thing in mind, Ríona
sings with another. Mick suggests left, Ríona swings right. Mick listens to Massive
Attack, Emilie Sandé and The Beatles, Ríona listens to Janelle Monae, The
Eurythmics and Laura Marling. Then they get together, compare notes and argue
They’ve been working behind the scenes, recording music and honing their sound
in Grouse Lodge and Beechpark studios with the up and coming UK producer
James Lewis (works with Rudimental, Sunset Sons, Morris Rae). They both live
for storytelling, big cinematic sounds and, like Bono, both want world peace!
Christmas In Liverpool
L.A. based female dance/pop duo, STASH
Mr E The Dark One
Professor Manu Ampim is an historian and primary (first-hand) researcher specializing in African and African American history and culture. He earned a Masters of Arts degree in History & African American Studies from Morgan State University in 1989. He joins us to speak about the Save Nubia Project which has a program this Sat., Sept. 27, 1-3:30 at Contra Costa College, 2600 Mission Bell Drive at the John & Jean Knox Center, 2600 Mission Bell Drive, San Pablo, CA http://savenubia.org/about-us/who-we-are
Currently, Prof. Ampim teaches history at Contra Costa College (San Pablo, CA), and a Africana Studies/Study Abroad course at Merritt College in Oakland, CA. He also teaches a pioneering 7-Step Primary Research Methodology Course at Advancing The Research.
We continue our conversation with Mr. A. Dwight Pettit, attorney and author of the recent memoir, Under the Color of Law (2014). www.iuniverse.com
We close with UbuntuTheatreProject.com members to talk about the closing performances this week of 4 plays in three locations: Sept. 24-27:
- Actress (Dance of the Holy Ghosts, Marguerite to Maya Angelou: a moment in prose)
- Playwright (Marguerity to Maya Angelou: a moment in prose)
- Actor (Campo Maldito, Radicalisation of Bradley Manning, Waiting for Lefty)
- Director (Grounded, Waiting for Lefty)
- Actress (Radicalisation of Bradley Manning, Waiting for Lefty)
Emilie Ullerup has appeared in Battlestar Galactica, Sanctuary and Smallville - the daughter of Denmark Lord - European Royalty is in the house! Join the gang as we chat it up with Emilie, check on her career and find out what the royal is doing in North America! We'll also get the lastest on her most recent project: Paradox!
Join The Gist of Freedom as we welcome and congratulate one of Maryland's TOP 25 WOMEN PROFESSORS
author Dr. Karsonya Wise Whitehead ! In Notes from a Colored Girl Dr. Whitehead examines the life and experiences of Emilie Frances Davis, a freeborn twenty-one-year-old black woman, through a close reading of three pocket diaries she kept from 1863 to 1865. Since there are few primary sources written by black women during this time in history, Davis's diary--though ordinary in its content--is rendered extraordinary simply because it has survived to be included in this very small class of resources.
Whitehead's extensive analysis illuminates the lives of many through the simple words of one.
Whitehead explores Philadelphia's free black community in the nineteenth century. Although Davis's daily entries are sparse, brief snapshots of her life, Whitehead interprets them in ways that situate Davis in historical and literary contexts that illuminate nineteenth-century black American women's experiences. Whitehead's contribution of edited text and original narrative fills a void in scholarly documentation of women who dwelled in spaces between white elites, black entrepreneurs, and urban dwellers of every race and class. Since there are few primary sources written by black women during this time in history, Davis's diary--though ordinary in its content--is rendered extraordinary simply because it has survived to be included in this very small class of resources. Whitehead's extensive analysis illuminates the lives of many through the simple words of one.
TWHR - Single Wing Great Mark Bliss Sunday 6/15
Mark spent 7 years in Conway Springs, Kansas as the head football coach of the Conway Springs Cardinals. During that time, he amassed an 81-4 record along with four Class 3A State Championships. His teams started a 62 game win streak which was 2nd most consecutive wins in Kansas High School history. Marks teams during his career have received national recognition in Sports Illustrated twice, ESPN Magazine, and Bigger Faster Stronger Magazine. He has coached 3 Top 100 Nationally Ranked teams. In 2000, Mark received the National Federation of State High School Associations Section 5 (7 state region) Coach of the Year and was a National Coach of the Year Finalist. . Mark has coached 20 Division I athletes, 6 High School All-Americans, and 1 ESPN top 300 Player. Mark was a 2011 and 2012 Hall of Fame inductee.
Mark has been married for 25 years to his childhood sweetheart, the former Jill Kretchmar of Medford, Oklahoma. They have four daughters: Ashlie, 23, Emilie, 21, Kaylie, 18; and Natalie, 16.
Career Record – 154- 52
4 State Championships
2 Semi- Final Appearances
9 District Championships
7 Conference Championships
13 Post Season Appearances
15 Winning Seasons in 18 year
Tune in on Sunday June 15th at 8 PM EST.
Call in number is 646-652-2659
In the latest episode of the Hockey Wilderness podcast, Tony Wiseau (@TonyWiseau), Ger Devine (@GerDevine), Aaron Holm (@TheNoogie) and Emilie Wiener (@eminemilie) chat about the series so far with Jen LC (@RegressedPDO), the resident stats nerd over at Second City Hockey. They also answer this week's batch of your Twitter questions at the end. It's an hour of good hockey talk and laughs that you don't wanna miss.
In this week's edition Tony Abbott hosts a discussion with, Hockey Wilderness staffers, Emilie Wiener, Joe Bouley and Ger Devine about the two playoff losses to the Colorado Avalanche and the upcoming Game 3.
This is a brief edition (we'll probably make up for it with a mid-week episode this week in which we'll get to the mailbag etc.) but features a very important announcement about the future of the blog towards the end. Make sure you stay tuned.
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