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YES WE ARE DOING THIS... we will do something a bit different. We are bringing back Deigratia A. Daniels, to "Cairo Qween's Taste Of Technology with Co-Host Juarez Jackson", 8 EST. We are talking about the Technology of Dr.Who, the Television show... What impact have television programming and movies had on recent developments in technology?
Segment 1: Ellen Rohr is the owner of Bare Bones Biz, a venture capital and consulting company, as well as president of Zoom Drain and Sewer, LLC. She is a columnist for Huffington Post and the author of four business basics books: Where Did the Money Go?, How Much Should I Charge?, The Bare Bones Biz Plan and The Weekend Biz Plan.
Segment 2: Carrie Maslen is the Global Vice President of Small and Medium Business Enterprises (SME) for SAP. She has over 30 years of experience including leadership positions at HP and SAP. Carrie has been recognized as a leader in the technology channel by The Channel Company as one of the ‘100 Most Powerful Women of the Channel’ and as one of the ‘100 People You Don’t Know but Should’.
Segment 3: David Knowles is the Group Marketing Director for Creditsafe – the world’s most-used supplier of company credit reports.
Segment 4: Dianna Booher is the bestselling author of 46 books, published in 26 languages. She consults, writes, and speaks on leadership communication, executive presence, productivity, and faith. Her latest book is What MORE Can I Say: Why Communication Fails and What to Do About It.
Segment 5: Nellie Akalp is a serial entrepreneur and small business expert. She currently serves as CEO of CorpNet.com, an online legal document filing service, where she helps entrepreneurs start a business, incorporate or form an LLC, and offers free business compliance tools.
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Join our host Jennifer Warters and special guest Tony Lewis of Zerolux Paranormal for another fascinating discussion exploring the nature of consciousness.
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IR Spectrum camera, EMF Meters
Electronic Voice Phenomena
Risk factors and Respect!
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Are We Headed Toward a Jobless Future?"
Oxford University research states, that by 2030, almost half of all the jobs, in the U.S., could be automated. Is technology moving so rapidly that many are unaware that their "safe and permanent jobs" are about to disappear? Are we properly educating our future workforce to be prepared for a brave new world where they must compete with computers?
Is the idea of jobs disappearing all around us to automation a reality or myth?
Gray Scott is a futurist and a techno-philosopher. He is one of the world’s leading experts in the field of emerging technology and the founder and CEO of SeriousWonder.com
Gray Scott has frequently appeared on and been interviewed by the Discovery Channel, CBS News, Al Jazeera America, FOX News, The Washington Post, Psychology Today, Verizon News, New York Post, The Star, San Francisco Magazine, H+ Magazine, IEET, Autodesk Line Shape Space and SingularityHub. Gray lives in NY and is currently working on his first book about the future of emerging technology.
Gray is a frequent keynote speaker and has spoken at LucidNYC, Connector Con NYC, Transhuman Visions Conference, and The Longevity Conference held recently in Washington DC.
Gray lives in NY and is currently working on his first book about the future of technology.
On Wednesday’s Small Changes Big Shifts host Dr. Michelle Robin will talk to Dr. Katherine Sofia Cole. Dr. Cole has devoted her career to comprehensively improving people's emotional and physical lives. Later in the show you’ll meet Jeanne Johnson, Senior Partner Sales Executive with the Microsoft Corporation. Jeanne met Dr. Robin in 2009 immediately after the sale of her successful technology business. Just prior to the sale of her company, she had been a finalist in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year in Kansas City, received an award in the White House, and had started up several other technology businesses. On the surface, Jeanne was living the American dream, but the truth was that she had constant joint pain, weight gain, poor sleep, and bouts with anxiety. Jeanne will share her path to wellness and recovery on this episode of Small Changes Big Shifts.
Learn more about the show's host online at: http://www.drmichellerobin.com/
Kelly Bogey, @KBogeyUCF Kelly is a Career Coach at The University of Central Florida drops by @DriveThruHR to discuss how UCF's College of Business is utilizing innovative approaches, like our #UCFbizchat, to change the way students look at advising.
DriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating and easy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. Each 30-minute episode features a guest speaker who shares her or his knowledge and experience in human resources. Our hosts and special guest cover a wealth of topics, including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR, every day at 12:00 pm Central Time. The radio program is hosted by @williamtincup, @Thehrbuddy@TheOneCrystal & @MikeVanDervort..
On May 27, my guest will be Christopher Kogler he founder and CEO of NarrativeIQ. Chris mentors some of the world’s top business leaders helping them discover & tell strategic business stories that inspire their employees and customers to action. Leaders’ strategies don’t just spring to life, they stick.
Early in his career Chris worked in television as the Creative Director for New York City’s world class cultural institution, Thirteen/WNET. During his 16 award-winning years at WNET, he developed his love of stories and his storytelling skills garnered 5 Emmy Awards and numerous international kudos. Clients included GE, GM, ABC and HBO.
In 2006, he founded STI Consulting. His goal was to build on his TV storytelling experience and work with companies changing the world. In 8 years, he has spearheaded change management initiatives, helped create a web design agency, led a state recognized business incubator & counseled clean tech entrepreneurs in such diverse areas as smart grid technology, food waste recycling & tidal energy. He enjoys helping companies succeed by teaching them how to discover and narrate their unique value proposition.
Today, he’s building upon this work and his love of storytelling by partnering with the international consulting firm, Anecdote, and incorporating their outstanding 6 month programs, Storytelling for Leaders and Storytelling for Sales, into his consulting practice. These programs help leaders in large and small organizations develop their story skills so they can effectively inspire and engage their troops to take action. In the process, their personal business stories humanize the corporation.
1. Darren Walker, BEAN founder
Having been a business man from a very early age, Darren Walker became frustrated with the challenges of limited access to people and resources that could advance his business and personal endeavors. Thus, Walker created Black Economic Advancement Network (BEAN) to provide a way for African Americans to connect with business owners and capital to make it easier to identify and support each other’s businesses.
At age 25, Walker—together with his friend and partner Dustin Young established GOES (Green Opportunities Energy Solutions). GOES was the first among the companies then incubating at Moore Norman Technology Center whose sales exceeded $1 million in its first year of operation at the Business Development Center where it started.
Darren Walker is the youngest of six children born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. He has been happily married to Lucy Walker for eight years, with whom he has two precious daughters, a toddler and an infant.
5th Annual San Francisco Green Festival, May 28-June 3
2. 8:30AM - Rachel Caplan (executive director, founder SFGF), and Jim McSilver director of OAKLAND ORIGINALS
3. 9AM - Michelle Grace Steinberg director of BEYOND RECOGNITION, and Shadia Fayne Wood for OUR POWER FULL FORCE
4. Originally from New York, Suraya Keating is Shakespeare for Social Justice Director for Marin Shakespeare Company, Clinical Supervisor for an Expressive Arts Therapy Program at Martinez Hospital and master trainer in Expressive Arts and Drama Therapy. Suraya is also an Adjunct Professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies and maintains a private practice in the Bay Area.
Recently, Terry Hazen was announced as the new head at the Institute for a Secure and Sustainable Environment at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.
Hazen brings an impressive set of environmentally related credentials with him to the new position. In addition to being the UT-Oak Ridge National Laboratory Governor’s Chair for Environmental Biotechnology, Hazen works with the Center for Environmental Biotechnology; directed investigation and recovery efforts surrounding the Deepwater Horizon oil spill; and was a senior scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in the Microbial Communities Division, the Center for Environmental Biotechnology, and the Ecology Department.
Hazen also holds appointments in three UT departments—Civil and Environmental Engineering, Microbiology, and Earth and Planetary Sciences. He is a faculty fellow at ORNL and works with both the Bredesen Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Graduate Education and the UT-ORNL Graduate School of Genome Science and Technology.
This is a test run for Malcolm Mayfield and Jeanette to ensure the technology works so that our actual show on Saturday is completely samazing
Hour one: Razer. Jeevan Aurol, Product Marketing Manager.
Razer designs their products based on three fundamental tenets: technology, ergonomics and validation from the very best professional gamers. World-class scientists and engineers develop cutting-edge technology in-house or with partners, design products with extensive human interfacing studies and then test the hell out of them in the field with pro-gamers before launch.
Hour two: Lumo Play. Meg 'Rabbit' Athavale, CEO.
Lumo is an entirely new kind of toy that turns a floor into an interactive play space. Lumo is an interactive projector specifically designed for multiplayer, interactive floor games. It projects a large playfield onto a floor, creating colourful interactive games that get kids moving. Created over three years by a team of designers, artists, and engineers, it offers the fun and engagement of virtual worlds with the physical movement of traditional playtime.
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