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Senior season Kaisamba started all 11 games and has 43 tackjles. Was named a 2010 Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) All Star in 2010. Kaisamba, started 10 games at cornerback for the Hoyas. Became the first Hoya defensive back to earn All Patriot League First Team honors ... Named ECAC Division I FCS First Team ... Led the Patriot League and finished 30th in the nation with 11 passes defended ... Second in the Patriot League and eighth in the country with five interceptions ... Fourth on the team with 69 tackles in 2010. Started four games as true freshman and saw action in ten games overall.
Join us as we speak to Echogen Power Systems Phil Brennan.
Philip has 24 years of leadership in business development, marketing and sales management with Fortune 100 companies and entrepreneurial start-ups. He has led and managed a variety of businesses, ranging from $220 million + portfolios to turnarounds, to emerging start-ups. Over his career Phil has conceived, developed, and launched over 100 new products in the plastics, nutraceuticals, food and packaged goods industries, and has raised over $50 million in equity and grant funding while preparing companies for the next stage of growth. He has held senior and executive management positions in operations, finance, manufacturing, sales and general management for Pfizer, Warner Lambert and Rubbermaid and was the youngest recipient of Georgetown University's Graduate Fellowship for the Masters in Business Administration.
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13 years in to a the long war, what have re relearned, mastered, forgotten, and retained for future use? What have we learned about ourselves, the nature of our latest enemy, and the role of our nation? What have those who have served learned about their nation, their world, and themselves?
Iraq, Afghanistan, the Islamic State, and the ever changing global national security ecosystem, how are we now, and where are we going?
Our guest for the full hour to discuss this and more will be returning guest John Nagl, LTC US Army (Ret.) D.Phl, using he most recent book Knife Fights: A Memoir of Modern War in Theory and Practice as the starting point for our discussion.
Dr. Nagl is the Ninth Headmaster of The Haverford School. Prior to assuming responsibility for the School in July 2013, he was the inaugural Minerva Research Professor at the U.S. Naval Academy. He was previously the President of the Center for a New American Security. He graduated from the United States Military Academy Class in 1988 and served as an armor officer for 20 years. Dr. Nagl taught at West Point and Georgetown University, and served as a Military Assistant to two Deputy Secretaries of Defense. He earned his Master of the Military Arts and Sciences Degree from the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College and his doctorate from Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar.
Dr. Nagl is the author of Learning to Eat Soup with a Knife: Counterinsurgency Lessons from Malaya and Vietnam and was on the team that produced the U.S. Army/Marine Corps Counterinsurgency Field Manual.
Tune in and catch Vinny Hardy and Terry Brown as they talk all things Kentucky Wildcats sports as well as the latest NBA, NFL, and MLB news. Tonight they'll recap the Kentucky football teams last game against the Georgia Bulldogs and preview their match up this Saturday against the Tennessee Volunteers. They will also look back at the Kentucky basketball teams exhibition game against Georgetown (KY) and look ahead to Friday's season opener versus Grand Canyon.
Join Michael Marlatt as he chats with the Dan Mullaney and Rasheen Carbin, co-founders of nspHire. nspHire is a new mobile app enabling jobseekers and employers to easily find and engage eachother. It's like Tinder for jobs.
About Our Guests:
Dan Mullaney, Co-founder | @nspHire
Dan Mullaney has two degrees from Georgetown, a BA in Philosophy and an MBA. He worked for over 8 years in finance in a Business Development role. He co-founded MBA Project Search, HiredMD, and now nspHire. Dan's main focus for nspHire is product development and strategic plan formulation.
Rasheen Carbin, Co-founder & CMO | @rasheencarbin
Rasheen Carbin has a BS from the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. He worked in finance in a business development capacity and, before nspHire, co-founded MBA Project Search. For nspHire, Rasheen is key in strategy for marketing and business development.
Tonight’s guest is Dr. Sumi Makkar Sexton. Dr. Sumi is an associate professor of family medicine at Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington DC, and is a founding partner and President of Premier Primary Care Physicians in Arlington, Virginia. She is also an associate editor for American Family Physician, the best-read journal in the field of primary care. Dr. Sexton received her medical degree from the University of Miami School of Medicine in 1996 and completed a residency in family medicine at Georgetown University School of Medicine in 1999. Her writing and research in the field of pacifier and thumb sucking was not only fueled by her current medical practice, but also by her two young daughters, who were avid pacifier users. Dr. Sumi’s most recent publication is a book called Pacifiers Anonymous: How to Kick the Pacifier or Thumb Sucking Habit. It should be mentioned as well, that this book is co-authored by Child Psychologist, Dr. Ruby Natale Andrew, and stay-at-home mother of two, Liz Draper.
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On a special edition of this week in health innovation on Tuesday, 11/04/14 at 12 Noon ET/9AM PT we continue our series 'Countdown to the PHA Forum 2014' with Cathy Kenworthy, CEO of Interactive Health. Join PHA Board Chair and Executive Director Fred Goldstein and Gregg Masters for an exploration into population health management and the go to annual gathering scheduled for December 10-12, 2014 in Scottsdale Arizona.
Cathy was appointed President/CEO of Interactive Health in July 2014 to lead the company’s vision, strategy and growth. Cathy joined Interactive Health in 2013 as the company’s COO where she made a significant impact on the growth of the company—including the integration of the Health Solutions acquisition—while leading the evolution of the organization’s service functions, data analytics and reporting capabilities.
Cathy holds an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management and a BS in mathematics and chemistry from Georgetown University.
This week our Special Guest is Mr. Jonathan K. Osborne, Esq. The topic we will be discussing this week is educational and professional goal-setting, geared mainly towards young men. The question we will be answering is “What happens when determination, focus, and patience meet academic success?"
Mr. Osborne was recently sworn in as an Assistant United States Attorney for the US Dept. of Justice for the Southern District of Florida. At a very early age, he learned from his grandparents to chase his dreams. A Miami Gardens, FL native, his dreams carried him through middle and high school and then to Las Vegas, Nevada, where he joined the Runnin' Rebels basketball team at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas (UNLV). After 3 years at UNLV, Mr. Osborne transferred to the University of Alaska. He then attended Georgetown Law school, before working for three years as a business litigation attorney at Gunster Law Firm. He now represents the United States on behalf of the Justice Department. He has committed his life to serving others.
Mr. Osborne could not achieve such goals and dreams without staying focused with a vision for success. While serving clients as an attorney and in his church and community, he still finds time for the sport he loves, basketball. Therefore, there is nothing wrong with wanting to be an athlete, but you should always have a vision for your life after sports. This is a message that every young person should hear, especially young men. With vision, a strategic plan, and a sense of humor, anything is possible.
Few nations in the world today remain more misunderstood and enigmatic than Pakistan. A seemingly artificial creation of the 1947 partition with India following the dissolution of the subcontinent from the British Empire, Pakistan has become one of the great international security challenges of the early 21st century. A seemingly Third World nation, Pakistan has one of the largest standing military forces in the world today and is armed with nuclear weapons. A nation with multiple ethnic/tribal groups, the Pakistani government tries to portray the nation as a purely Islamic Republic. And though it has partnered itself with numerous other nations since the partition, including the United States and the People's Republic of China, Pakistan remains a country with no real allies or even shared interests. And guiding this seemingly enigmatic nation into the 21st century is the single institution that has dominated Pakistani politics and society since the partition: the Pakistani Army.
To learn more about the Pakistani Army and its role in Pakistani government, society, and foreign-policy, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream)) at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week is Prof. C. Christine Fair (@CChristineFair) of Georgetown University, and the author of the new Oxford University Press (@OUPAcademic) book FIGHTING TO THE END. Prof. Fair is a member of the Security Studies Program of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, and an expert on South Asian international affairs and military operations. Her book is a study of the Pakistani Army, its history, and influence upon Pakistan's society and political structure. This will be an intriguing hour about one of the most misunderstood nations in the world today.
Ms. Reid’s mediation practice specializes in family and domestic disputes. She holds a Bachelors of Science from Cornell University as well as a Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University Law Center. Additionally, Ms. Reid holds numerous certifications in mediation and arbitration from the Scheinman Institute on Conflict Resolution. Ms. Reid has also worked as Commissioner of Mediation for the Federal Mediation & Conciliation Service. She uses her trainings and experience to help families and couples deal with conflict in a productive and mutually beneficial manner.