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Join Travel Brigade in Lexington, Kentucky - “The Horse Capital of the World.” We’ll visit Keeneland Race Course, a National Historic Landmark where races have been running every October for decades, and we’ll even interview a “Betologist” who helps novices learn how to have fun playing the ponies. Next, we’ll go to Kentucky Horse Park to see famous horses and breeds from abound the world. We’ll also head out to the rolling hills of historic Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.
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Who’s responsible for a child to learn math, reading, comprehension, writing and other fundamental skills? Is it the sole responsibility of the parent/guardian or the teacher? Do you think that they should share the responsibility? Yes, is the obvious answer, but is it really that simple? “It takes a village to raise a child.” In other words, it takes the encouragement from many individuals in a child’s life to assist them as they learn valuable social skills and strive to achieve academic success. After all, these children are our future, the future leaders of our world. Are we working together? Are we, teachers and parents, doing our part to help them become productive members of society?
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Nicholas Henderson is an Art Directors' Guild 'Excellence in Production Design' winning feature film art director/set designer and trained architect. Nicholas has worked within the design teams of award winning buildings, four television dramas, 'The Wizarding World of Harry Potter: Diagon Alley' theme park in Orlando, Florida, ten live action features and three animated features within the UK and the United States. Between 2008 and 2010, Nicholas worked on 'Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows, Parts 1 & 2', (both nominated for the art direction Academy Award) on which he worked as art director for the destruction of Hogwarts alongside three time Academy Award winner Stuart Craig. In addition, Nicholas won the 'Excellence in Production Design' award at the 2012 Art Directors' Guild annual awards for his work on these films. In addition, Nicholas' has designed a Philadelphia project tower block under attack from zombies in Marc Forster's thriller 'World War Z' working alongside Production Designer Nigel Phelps, the bridge interior of the 'Nostromo' spaceship in Ridley Scott's sci-fi 'Prometheus' working alongside Oscar nominated Production Designer Arthur Max, 19th century victorian London interiors in Guy Ritchie's 'Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows' alongside Oscar nominated Production Designer Sarah Greenwood, and a Greek Village in 'Mamma Mia' working alongside Production Designer Maria Djurkovic. Nicholas designs by hand on a drawing board and with Vectorworks CAD for 2D set drawings and with Autodesk Maya for all digital environments.Since 2012, Nicholas has worked as an in-house visual development artist at Dreamworks Animation in San Francisco, California working in the world of animated films. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
When racers lock in a race and then default on it. What should happen to them? Would you lock in with them again?
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Cultural Diversity and Business Leadership - Part 2
October 18, 2014 – Round Table Discussion @ 8 PM CDT
Major areas to be discussed:
1. Major Issues to consider for Workplace Diversity
2. Importance of Cross Cultural Communication
3. How Cultural difference affect business communication
4. Strategies for inter-cultural communication
5. Cultural differences in Leadership styles
6. Influence of Cultural competency on Leadership performance
7. Action steps to develop and Change the Culture of the Workplace.
Culture creates the foundation for strategy and will either be a company’s greatest asset or largest liability.
Human nature instinctively rejects change of any sort, even if the change will be beneficial in the long run.
To win the hearts and minds of your coworkers, as a Leader, you must be authentic and forthright about how you approach the creation of a new corporate culture.
Real Talk Live 216 Current Event Show will be discussing issues from Zack Reed Stop & Frisk Proposal, Ebola Virus, Voter ID Law, Social Media Prenup, I Phone 6, New Annie Movie, The Upcoming Movie Dear White People, Bay Village Ice Bucket Challenge, Kenya Moore, Neil Patrick Harris & Starbucks Coffee new wages & dres code and much more.
Join us as we bring real issues, real people, REAL TALK to you live and direct. Join us in our chat room and call in at (646) 929-0243 to share your thoughts
Live This Wednesday October 15, 2014
9:00pm- 10:00pm EST
Guest: Lillie Franks
Topic: Sisters in my Village
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"Checking in with Joetta” is an interactive show that will provide informative conversations about topics such as health, education, finances, fitness, empowerment, sports, relationships, and motivational tactics. These topics will be discussed with business & financial leaders, educators, sports legends, entrepreneurs, health & wellness advocates and historical icons.
"Checking in with Joetta" will serve as a useful, informative and thought provoking resource for ALL adults, teens & children.
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Tough Talk with Tony Gambone and His Guest Christine Catoggio, Raj Chehl & Ariana Newcomer.
Christine is the owner of Successful Life Transitions, a Senior Care Management company. At Successful Life Transitions, she combines her extensive industry background with a sincere desire to help Seniors and their adult children of aging parents navigate the many challenges of the aging process.
Raj was born in a small village in the northern state of Punjab in India and moved to the United States when she was 7 years old. As a result of her father’s foreign service with the United Nations, Raj moved to Sudan and has traveled extensively throughout Africa, Europe and Asia.
Ariana teachs women entrepreneurs, leaders and change agents to speak with joy, power and confidence from their fully-aligned, authentic selves, so they can be truly heard & understood, get their message across, and create thriving businesses that change the world.
Dr. Ameena Ali, PhD, TN, CPS, CD-B/P, VLM
I am "Umme" to two beautiful, adult, girl-children; this Uni-versal permission to teach by example has led me to the fabulous mission to service Bellies everywhere! I come into this Art form with the hopes, desires and the fortitude to prevail in this purpose; to lead those I come in contact with the wisdom of my Ancestral Matriarchs and Earth-Mothers combined!
I bring these programs to the Village and welcome you to love this passion as much as I do and leave it enriched, prosperous and pregnant with bounty, enabling all Bellies to be empowered in their choices, options, roles rights and responsibilities for THEIR birth!
Dr. Ali's Website: Bellies of Grracee
Electronic CV: www.linkedin.com/in/amotherspeace
Susan Schafer, the education & volunteer coordinator for the City of Fort Collins Natural Areas will share some statistics on why children are at a crossroads right now between technology and experiences in nature. Learn why Susan is passionate about supporting children in nature based environments through many city based programs for parents and families. 6th Year Buell Fellows, Brett Dabb and Matthew Hebard, focused on the critical issue of connecting children with nature for their BECLP Capstone Project last year. Matthew Hebard, the Early Childhood System Manager at the Office of Early Childhood, will share his experiences with the Schlitz Audubon Society in Wisconsin and the Boulder Journey School in Colorado. Both Brett and Matt received partial funding from the Buell Leaders Network to continue their action research in July by attending the Forest Kindergarten teacher training at the Cedarsong Nature School in Washington. Thanks to the U.S. Forest Service and the Arbor Day Foundation, Brett and his team at Warren Village have been able to create beautiful nature based outdoor classrooms for all of their children. Please join these guests to hear more about the impact of nature deficiencies on children and how nature based learning is truly child directed and beneficial to all. The show is hosted by Linda Carlson, 5th year Buell Fellow and current steward for the Buell Early Childhood Leadership Network in addition to her job as a Quality Support Coach with the Larimer County Early Childhood Council.
Sherry L. Payne has a bachelors of nursing and a masters in nursing education. She is pursing midwifery education and works parttime as a seminar presenter and nurse educator. She is a lactation consultant and a certified nurse educator. Upon completion of her midwifery studies, she plans to open an urban prenatal clinic and birth center. Ms. Payne founded Uzazi Village, a nonprofit dedicated to decreasing health disparites in the urban core. She owns Perinatal ReSource an education, training and consulting firm. She is an editor for Clinical Lactation Journal, and sits on the board of CIMS, Coalition to Improve Maternity Services. She also sits on her local FIMR Board (fetal infant mortality review). She presents nationally on perinatal and nursing education issues. Her career goals include increasing the number of midwives of color and improving lactation rates in the African American community through published investigative research and application of evidence based clinical practice and innovation in healthcare delivery models.
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