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PROFOLOGY: THE ONLINE HIGHER ED COMMUNITY FOR FACULTY, ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF
Larry Miller and Profology founder Bob Ertischek fostering Higher Ed engagement through social media
I Chronicles 4:18
A daughter of Pharaoh who became the wife of a Jewish man.
What is the archetype of Bithiah?
What is the archetype of (a) Pharaoh
Did Bithiah and her husband have children?
How many Pharaoh's were there in Egypt?
What is the metaphysical interpretation of this story?
There will also be a brief explanation of the faculty or spiritual gift of Love and how we can apply Love in our life, world, and affairs.
Learn to listen. Listen to learn.
Kimberly Bepler joins CAPPA Radio for a thoughtful conversation about healing after a cesarean section and creating a plan for the possibilty of birthing this way. Kimberly is the owner and founder of ABC Doula Service and also trains doulas both in Portland and all around the Northwest.
She has worked extensively with families doing doula and lactation support for the past 14 years. She is a Certified Postpartum Doula and CAPPA Faculy Postpartum Doula Trainer, a Certified Postnatal Educator and a Board-Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC).
Kimberly has been working with postpartum families since she had an infant of her own, and has a passion for newborns and their families.
Since founding ABC Doula in 2001 she has seen the company grow to serve over 1200 families, and loves the collaboration of the team that has come together. Kimberly is the mother to two lively school-aged kids, and enjoys the collaboration at home with her husband Mark, who supports ABC as the Accounts and Website Manager.
Learn about Kimberly's many training oppourtunities and read her insightful blog on her website http://abcdoula.com/ you can also find her on facebook https://www.facebook.com/ABCDoula.
Want to hear more of our CAPPA Radio shows? Liisten to our show with Dr. Johannson about Cesarean Birth from an OB/GYN's perspective http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cappa-radio/2015/04/16/choosing-an-obgyn-cesarean-sections-and-more-with-dr-joshua-johannson
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.
Cynthia Lett, Executive Director of the International Society of Protocol & Etiquette Professionals and The Lett Group and Jennifer Brown, Owner of PeopleTactics, LLC, discuss the nuances of business etiquette and appropriate social skills to the success of businesses in general and small businesses in particular. We will focus on specific social skills that affect employee job satisfaction and thus lengthy retention with the organization. The cost of losing an employee due to interpersonal conflicts is high and the public relations factor is even higher and more critical.
ABOUT JENNIFER BROWN:
Jennifer Brown is the founder of PeopleTactics LLC and is devoted to helping small business owners implement solutions to prevent Human Resources (HR) problems that can drain them of their time, money, and energy. Small business owners work with Jennifer to help them build stronger employee relationships, understand and comply with employment laws, establish strategies and policies, and set up easy-to-use HR systems to consistently avoid problems.
Highlights from Jennifer’s 25 years in Human Resources include:
Undergraduate degree in Business Management and an MBA, both with concentrations in HR and Organizational Development.
Earned and maintains the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification.
Held a variety of Senior Leadership Human Resources roles at Freddie Mac.
Senior and Staff Consultant at Anderson Consulting (Accenture).
Adjunct faculty member at the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith Business School; developed and taught Human Resources, Employment Law, and Organizational Development courses.
Works with many small business owners—including start-up, existing, and mature businesses—to help them establish and maintain their HR practices.
On Sunday May 3 at 6pm Eastern Tripawd Talk Radio is excited to welcome Dr. Sarah Boston, DVM, DVSc, DACVS.
As the talented author of one of our all-time favorite books "Lucky Dog: How Being a Veterinarian Saved My Life" Dr. Boston is a brainy, lovely and witty oncologist who shares her bumpy ride through the human oncology medical system when she diagnosed her own case of thyroid cancer.
Each day Dr. Boston is helping our pets fight cancer as Associate Professor of Surgical Oncology in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences at the University of Florida Gainesville. Her area of clinical interest is in surgical oncology and research interests include: osteosarcoma, hemangiosarcoma, thyroid carcinoma and soft tissue sarcomas in dogs.
On this episode of Tripawd Talk Radio we're thrilled to ask Dr. Boston about her experience as both a cancer patient and clinician, and how it has touched her daily experience working with patients.
Of course we'll also discuss the University's advances in the field of surgical oncology as they relate to limb cancers often encountered by Tripawds members, such as hemangiosarcoma, soft tissues sarcomas and more.
Dr. Scott will lead a discussion on "Mentoring Might Be The Answer." Dr. Donnell Scott PhD is the President of On Point Consulting Group with 30 years of managerial and administrative experience. His areas of expertise include strategic and tactical planning, operations management, fiscal management and the creation of cost-effective solutions.
Dr. Donnell Scott is the former Director of the Executive Master of Public Administration Program and faculty member in the Public Administration Department at North Carolina Central University. During his tenure as Director, Dr. Scott developed international programs at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration and The Republic of Liberia Civil Service Agency.
Dr. Scott's passion for people inspired him to write "Leadership Prescription," "Workplace Politics: Survive and Advance," & the participant workbook "Workplace Politics: Survive and Advance". He wrote these books "in plain English" and clearly explains how to successfully navigate the intangible obstacles present in the global driven business and job markets.
firstname.lastname@example.org * Website:www.onpointconsultinggroup.com * 919-399-4638
Friday at 12 Noon EST Scott Fenwick, will share thoughts with us on sales training, presenting at meetings,and public speaking for business.
2015 Fenwick Training and Consulting
Offering Training, Coaching and Consulting to assist Sales Managers, Sales Teams and Sellers in their efforts to drive revenue, forge relationships and build business.
Scott has thirty years in the training field and taught for many years for Dale Carnegie and for 17 years has been an Adjunct faculty member at the New York University-Marketing and Public Relations, teaching Intro to Interactive Marketing for the School of Continuing and Professional Studies
Fenwick Sales Training: Offering Training, Coaching and Consulting to assist Sales Managers, Sales Teams and Sellers in their efforts to drive revenue, forge relationships and build business.
> Over 30 years of Sales Training experience
> 15 years of Digital Media as a primary focus
> Coaching individuals to delivering seminars for 100+
> Customizes every seminar to meet the needs and unique demands of every client
Reach Scott on 1-631-421-0290. http://www.linkedin.com/in/scottfenwick www.facebook.com/SalesConsulting email@example.com
Host Ken Kraetzer is VP of Harrison, NY based www.CBSIservices.com providing special benefit programs and customer service management to consumer banking and retail account issuers. Contact Ken at 914-630-3457 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
1. Ramona Africa, Minister of Communications, MOVE organization, joins us to speak about the 30th Anniversary Commemoration, May 13, of the bombing of her home where she is the only surviving adult, along with one child, Birdie Africa. See http://kasamaproject.org/history/2263-95ramona-africa-survivor-of-may-13-1985-move-massacre and http://www.davidsheen.com/sharing/interviews/ramona.htm
2. Munyiga Lumumba, director of Upward Bound at Mills College, joins us along with Val Serrant, Adjunct Professor at UC Berkeley . . . Music Department/"Caribbean Musics Course", since 2003; Faculty Member of "Vox Mundi School of Voice & Sound," join us to talk about More than a Taste Cultural Explosion, a special all day free arts program at Mills (10-3 Stern Hall, Rm. 100), 5000 MacArthur Blvd., in Oakland, CA.
BUSINESS TALK – In a special presentation, Jason Winters, Chair of the Emerson E. Evans School of Business at the University of Rio Grande / Rio Grande Community College, outlines upcoming 2015-2016 business courses that provide students with substantial advantages in becoming employed in businesses after graduation. Most all business faculty have owned or owned their own businesses which provide a unique edge in preparing students for the working world.