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Our guest today is Amanda Marshall, the owner of Birth Blessing Doula Services in Colorado. She is a member of the CAPPA (Childbirth and Postpartum Professional Association) Postpartum Doula Faculty. We will get to know Amanda and discuss the role of a postpartum doula, common misconceptions about postpartum doulas, and why someone might want to hire a postpartum doula. Amanda Marshall also shares her experiences supporting breastfeeding mothers. If you are interested in becoming a postpartum doula or hiring one to help you after you have a baby this show will increase your knowledge of all things postpartum doula.
Let's get to know Julie Brill, she is one of our wonderful CAPPA Faculty members. She trains Childbirth Educators and shares her insight and wisdom on this subject (and more) with our listeners.
Julie Brill, CCCE, CLD owns and manages WellPregnancy in Bedford, Massachusetts. She has been teaching childbirth classes and attending births since 1992, and mentoring new birth professionals throughout New England as a member of the CAPPA Faculty since 2003. Julie is honored to have taught thousands of childbirth education students in a variety of settings and hundreds of CAPPA birth professionals. She feels she has the best job in the world, and is lucky to have found her profession and her calling.
Julie graduated from Tufts University with a degree in Sociology and Women’s Studies and completed the Massachusetts Midwifery Alliance Apprenticeship Course. She is certified to present Peggy Huddleston’s Prepare for Cesarean Birth, Heal Faster workshops. She is also a La Leche League Leader and the mother of two homeschooled teenage daughters.
Julie finds that the women who are drawn to doula and childbirth educator work are an amazing group and she feels blessed to be able to mentor, learn from, and work with them. Doulas’ desire to support women during the childbearing year and their choice to work unknown hours at unscheduled times is the inspiration for Round the Circle: A Doula Anthology, her first book, which is available for pre-order at ibreastfeeding.com. More information is available at www.wellpregnancy.com.
Judy Bannister joined the CUBM faculty in January, 2014 and immediately made her presence felt by including new, creative aspects to her English 101 class. Judy joins Karla and John today to talk about her teaching career, her faith and family and how it all ties in together to make her the teacher she is today.
Demographic developments already have begun to change the face of higher education. What does that mean for the future? James H. Johnson, Jr., Ph.D., spoke on "Disruptive Demographics: Implications for Higher Education" during Stetson University's annual Faculty Learning Community Day in January. It was a day of reflection and discussion about big issues that impact the university mission and learning community. Johnson is the William R. Kenan Jr. Distinguished Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship and the Director of the Urban Investment Strategies Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Patricia Hirsch, MCC, interviews Sara Arbel, MCC. Sara believes that the world today is facing few truths that need to be addressed:
1. Diversity and
2.The price we pay for being politically correct.
Sara Arbel MCC, from Tel–Aviv, Israel, has 30 yrs exp. with leadership driven individuals and organizations, is founder of the coaching profession and founding Israel ICF President, plus faculty leader at CoachU. Coaching as a career is rewarding, exceptional and an exciting model for personal change and transformation. She brings enthusiasm and experience to the industry. With a heart bursting with pride she coaches clients, with the strong will to grow and evolve, fulfill their mission. She says the measure of success is our passion to leave a mark. Who We Are and Who We are Becoming is a process of achieving that goal and where all is possible for building a well-balanced life, strong lasting career and business foundation. The world today moves quickly and we are measured by our ability to be the leaders of change. Sara coaches in Microsoft, Intel, Medical (Kamada, Novo Nordisk) & Tele-comm (Orange) industries, law firms, Tel-Aviv University, Weizmann Institute of Science, et al. Knowledge is no longer our asset, personality IS.
Join us this Wednesday at 1pm CST as we discuss Industrial Hygiene on CSUTalkRadio. Guest host and CSU Outreach Representative, Renee Wright, and guest speaker and CSU faculty member, James Withers, will be discussing the modern world of industrial hygiene as well as exposure evaluations and the human element of safety in the world of occupational health and safety professionals. Don’t forget to tune in and join in on the conversation on CSUTalkRadio.com
Guest Host – Renee Wright, Outreach Rep
Renee is a Corporate Outreach Representative at Columbia Southern University in Orange Beach, Alabama. She has been promoting CSU’s online degree programs since 2010, primarily in the safety and public safety fields, by exhibiting at conferences and presenting to corporations, associations and departments throughout the U.S.
Guest Speaker – James Withers, CSU Faculty
Dr. Withers’ educational background includes a B A in Biology from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, an M S in Preventive Medicine & Environmental Health with an emphasis in Industrial Hygiene from the University of Iowa , and a Ph. D. in Industrial Technology from Iow a State University with doctoral research that focused on learning and retention differences between students that take safety training on a computer versus in the classroom.Dr. Withers is both a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) and Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and has been a practicing Industrial Hygienist for over 23 years. He is currently the EH&S Manager at Sauer – Danfoss in Ames, IA, and is responsible for implementation of a safety program for three facilities and approximately 900 employees. He is currently a private consultant on a variety of occupational health endeavors.
Our Host: Svetlana Kim, Speaker, Author of White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee, a columnist for ALIST magazine and PERREAULT Global Digital magazine; Certified Hypnotherapist (CHt), EFT, Consultant, and Community Advocate.
Our guest: Kaihan Krippendorff is a strategist, speaker, consultant, and best-selling author of four books, most recently Outthink the Competition (John Wiley, 2012). A former consultant with McKinsey & Company, he now writes one of the most popular blogs on FastCompany.com, "Outthinkers", and is recognized expert on innovation, strategy, and creativity, appearing in key business media outlets including Fox Business, National Public Radio, Bloomberg Businessweek, Bloomberg Radio, and more. He has trained over 6,000 executives and entrepreneurs in his unique strategy approach, The Outthinker Process ®, and works with the leadership teams of a growing number of leading corporations including Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, Citibank, L’Oreal, United Technologies, Kraft, and Experian to design innovative business strategies that disrupt markets and unlock new growth.
A sought after keynote speaker, he is also a regular lecturer for Wharton Executive Education and Harvard Business School Press as well as a guest faculty member for select business schools through the US and Latin America.
Welcome to Kids AtoZ with Dr. T, today’s Brains in Toyland segment is a nice example of how to promote physical, intellectual, and social emotional development.
We have Dr. Suzy Lederer, a speech-language pathologist and Associate Professor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department at Adelphi University in New York, here to share some great information with us.
Dr. Lederer is an expert in speech and language disorders in young children, emergent literacy, pretend play, and yoga for children. She is well published in both the academic and popular media.
Some of her publications for the public include a book called, “I Can Do That” from Dynamic Resources and a CD called “StoryBook Yoga” from Educational and Activities, Inc.
Today were going to focus on “StoryBook Yoga”
As always, feel free to email us at the show with comments, questions, and suggestions at Info@KidsAtoZ.com
To all Lardy Miss Clardy listeners! If you have been through this issue come join me and tell your story!
I also want to add, that on last night's program there was technical difficulties beyond my control...so let's do it again!
?"Child Support Enforcement (CSE) Agencies have exploded in power and size over the last 40 years. They are the money engine underwriting the divorce and domestic violence industry that relies on the family courts' anti-father and unconstitutional denial of a fit father's parental rights so as to impose almost endless and extorted payments from him. This imposed and extorted 'obligation' violates the 13th amendment's prohibition of involuntary servitude.
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Dr. Gilmore currently serves as director and faculty for the Center for Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management at Southern Methodist University. She is also a lecturer at Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at the Pepperdine University School of Law and the Werner Institute at Creighton University School of Law.