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workplace safety expert Steve Cohen discusses "Training that Transfers, his new book from ATD Press with '50 High Energy Activities to engage the workforce?"...BEING SURE TRAINING HAS AN IMPACT!
ADAMA HALL, PRESIDENT, AND DR STEVE MILLER, CSO ON NERVANIX, A NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCHED TOOL FOR CORPORATE EDUCATION , MEASURING FOCUS AND ATTENTION DURING LEARNING
Our guest on this episode will be film maker Bob Hurst and we will be discussing his new documentary "The Listeners - A Film About Suicide Prevention" which follows volunteers who learn to use empathy and skills as they counsel crisis and suicide hotline callers.
Bob Hurst is a filmmaker with more than 20 years of experience in film, television and related media. His work includes fiction, documentary and experimental films that have been exhibited at festivals nationally and internationally. He has also collaborated with filmmakers as sound supervisor and camera operator on many films, including King Corn (2007), Kansas vs. Darwin (2007), The Only Good Indian (2009), Destination: Planet Negro (2014). These films and others have been shown on national cable networks like Showtime and Starz, and on the PBS television program Independent Lens. Bob has contributed to permanent installation works at the African Burial Ground National Monument in New York and the International Civil Rights Center and Museum in Greensboro, North Carolina.
He is also an Associate Professor in the Department of Film and Media Studies at the University of Kansas who works with a great and inspiring bunch of colleagues with and whom he's also collaborated on films - including Madison Davis Lacy, who executive-produced Paris is Burning and Eyes on the Prize II while at WNYC; and Kevin Willmott, who is co-writing Spike Lee's new film, Chiraq.
Check out his projects here: Facebook Twitter Kickstarter
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Our guest on this episode, Jason Love, has been putting on animation workshops for the past 6 years. He has trained hundreds of participants from the age of 6 to 60. With the majority of his students being teenagers.
With his experience, Jason is able to break down the lessons into simple to follow steps. It is easy for anyone to have their first animated video completed in just a few hours using equipment anyone can get free access to.
We will be talking about his soon to be released book, video, and workshops "Learn to Animate."
Hosted by William Battle
This week's edition of A Kind Voice on Music features Justin Nelson, a Nashville based singer-songwriter currently recording his first album. Justin has been writing, gigging, recording, and performing constantly since graduating high school and heading straight for music city two years ago. Justin started out in Phoenix, AZ as a drummer playing indie rock but has since jumped over to the front man role/solo performer role in the new country and Americana genres. We thank Justin for lending his kind voice to this week's program; make sure you don't miss it! The kickstarter page for Justin's current album project can be found here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1712572773/be-a-part-of-justin-nelsons-first-solo-record. Also, stream and/or download his latest single, “Love Song”, for free here: http://noisetrade.com/justinnelson.
This week on A Kind Voice on Sports Wednesdays at 7 pm EST, Malcolm Lightener shares his work as a fine arts photographer. Hear about his photography background and award winning projects. Have questions for Malcolm about photography or his projects? Join our conversation. Call In lines will be open during the live show at (347) 850-8907. Hosted by Elisia Owens Mumford.
"Between Shifts" is a short film that follows Joanne, a lonely diner waitress, as she embarks on a journey one afternoon while on break between her lunch and dinner shifts.
This modern-day fairytale explores the magic that surrounds us in our everyday lives - the extraordinary in the ordinary - if we’re just willing see it!
"Between Shifts" was a semifinalist in the 2014 BlueCat Screenplay Competition: "Poignant, taut and funny, this is a rewarding read, and has the potential to be a film festival audience favorite."
Our guests this episode will be Actress/Writer/Producer Jaime Saginor, Producer Kellie Dantzler, and Director Lysandra Petersson to discuss this film and the magic of every day life.
Check out their Kickstarter campaign here.
Hosted by William Battle
This edition of A Kind Voice on Music features Quiana Lynell, certified southern girl, who infuses her classical training and gospel upbringing with her love for jazz. Embracing her four-octave range, she is able to perform a limitless repertoire. Her style, Jazz, Classical, Soul and Funk, or as she has coined "Jazzicalsofunk," has been described as nothing you have ever heard. Her personality shines through as she delves into the true meaning of well-known songs and exposes hidden tips and secrets to true happiness. Captivating the audience with her voice her smile lights the way, as she shares with you her soul through song. Listen in as host, Mitch Ruth asks about her LOVEME initiative, sending a postitive message with music and, if we're lucky, he'll ask the burning question, "Sugar or salt on the grits?"
Quianna's Webrpage www.quianalynell.com
Quianna's Kickstarter http://kck.st/1FbJ9Rg
Quianna on Twitter @quianalynell
Mónica Méndez, PhD, just began her tenure as the Executive Director of Dress for Success Pittsburgh after moving from Orlando, Florida, where she was the co-Founder and CEO of the House of Mentoring and Empowerment (HOME), an organization advocating for young survivors of human trafficking. Passionate about empowering women and bringing the topic of gendered violence to the public sphere, she brings twelve years of experience in program creation and implementation, training and advocacy to her new endeavor. She has published and presented her work in both national and international forums and in front of a wide variety of audiences.
Dr. Méndez brings her experience, background and accomplishments to Dress for Success Pittsburgh to advance the economic empowerment of women. She recognizes that women who have job stability provide family stability which then translates to community stability. Her goal is to make Pittsburgh a stronger, healthier community by promoting the financial and social empowerment that women need in order to break the cycle of poverty.
The mission of Dress for Success Pittsburgh is to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support, and career development tools to help women thrive in work and life. Founded in 2005, Dress for Success Pittsburgh was established to empower women to become self-sufficient and exit poverty, while also empowering women who suffered a temporary crisis and needed the short-term support to get back into the workplace. Our clients may be single parents, divorcees, low income, recovering from economic crisis, survivors of domestic abuse, veterans, re-entering homemakers, or previously incarcerated.
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