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"abigail wexner" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

07:24 min | 2 months ago

"abigail wexner" Discussed on Here & Now

"Idaho has one of the lowest max nation rates in the country. Just forty percent of the population is fully vaccinated for npr news. I'm rachel cohen in boise. And now a difficult conversation about youth suicide. It's rare but also the country's second leading cause of death among adolescents research shows an increase in suicides among black children over the last decade and a new study shows the biggest rise nearly seven percent a year from two thousand. Three two thousand seventeen is among black girls around. Eighteen hundred. black children died by suicide in that time period. Dr aerial chef doll is lead author of the study in principal investigator at the center for suicide prevention research at the abigail. Wexner research institude at national children's hospital in columbus ohio. Dr chef doll welcome. Thank you for having me. Thank you for being here so this new study is building on research from two thousand eighteen. That showed that black children under thirteen are dying of suicide at nearly twice the rate of white children the same age. Can you talk about some of these new findings so this paper specifically looked at the trends of suicide and black youth only and we wanted to examine the trans by age group as well as by sex and what we found. Is that fifteen seventeen year olds had the highest increase present over this period of time we looked at which was between two thousand and three to two thousand seventeen and then also black girls actually experienced the highest increase when comparing two black boys and then we also found that there were some risk factors that were seen before death that were dependent upon age group as well as sex. These are some devastating findings. I mean the rate of suicide among black girls is increasing every single year and that forty percent of these suicides are girls between the ages of twelve and fourteen. They're barely teenagers first of all. Was this a shock to you. It actually was to be quite honest. We know in the field that males are more likely to die by suicide than females. But actually some research that was done by my colleague. Don rouge showed that the disparity between males and females was actually decreasing and unfortunately it seems to be decreasing even more and black youth specifically and that was devastating to learn. Your research found that there were some common factors among girls in these younger age groups. What is going on. Specifically in this age group that you're able to parse out we're still trying to understand to be quite honest what that all entails so the younger youth were more likely to be diagnosed with adhd and they were also more likely to experience family and school problems and crises so it also may give us some insight on what type of prevention programming we should be doing. What about factors for slightly older girls. It sounds like relationship. Problems are prevalent. Yes so the older girls were more likely to experience. Actually girls in general more likely to experience either a boyfriend or girlfriend crisis and then not only that they were more likely to die by suicide within twenty four hours of an argument so you talked a little bit about some of the limitations but we do know that issues like broken relationships and family problems play a role but they've been around for decades as well as quite frankly the stressors of living in a racist society. But we're seeing the rates go up every single year. What is different right now versus the past. Well i think unfortunately we haven't done a really good job at looking at these trends in black youth specifically when we look at suicide in the research it's very much white youth and white older men and unfortunately that doesn't help us in terms of creating prevention programming for black youth and for hispanic youth and it might be that these trends. We'll obviously from two thousand and three two thousand four. We saw an increase so it might be even if you looked at the data beyond two thousand and three you would see increases happening in black you specifically however we have not looked at black youth specifically until now and it's it's very devastating because we are behind on thinking about what are these risk factors that are specific black youth. And what are the prevention efforts that we should be putting forward. You mentioned some solutions early on One thing being resources. What kinds of resources do we need. Yeah so i want to stress. That suicide is preventable. And i think it takes a lot of individuals working together as a team and order to prevent suicide when it comes to specifics. Number one getting the community involved is going to be very very important for the black youth so getting after school programs involve getting churches and other faith based organizations community centers even barber shops and beauty salons which has actually become a thing. So there's the confess project that actually is out of chicago. That is training barbers to be mental health. Insiders so to speak and just giving them. Those tools can actually save a life. Schools may not be the safest space for black youth and youth of color but community organizations can be that can be that pillar and can actually make intervention possible. What's interesting about what you're saying here is those are the mechanisms that have always been in place in black communities but this separation of that has been exacerbated by the pandemic. Yes it has for instance my church. We just went back to service just recently. Not having that support has been very difficult. Hopefully fingers crossed. We will be back to normal sometime soon but even if we have to do. Virtual gatekeeper training where we educate individuals. On what those signs and symptoms are that's better than nothing. What about inside of the home. What would you say to parents or caregivers who are worried about this. Who just want to be there for the young person whether they're showing suicide idealization or not. Yeah and i think that's a really important question number. One studying that foundation very early on in life is really important so having these really hard conversations but it can't just come out of the blue unfortunately because it's going to be taken as a shock to kids but extending that foundation really early on about just even silly questions so what if you could have a superpower. What would it be. What was your favorite thing that you learned today in school. Just opening the door so that they understand that you are a safe space and that they can bring these thoughts that they're having or these behaviors that they're experiencing to you and that you can actually engage with them in these harder conversations that will come along and then also knowing what to do when you have a child that is expressing those thoughts. There is the national suicide lifeline. There is a crisis text line so knowing what those are and being okay with calling them. If you feel like your kid isn't crisis and if your child is actually engaging in self injurious.

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"abigail wexner" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"abigail wexner" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"In the world. If Rutgers and Maryland don't WanNa play have them opt out go the Yukon route opt out you don't have to play. Let's get the top half of the conference. Take a vote because guess what the top of the conference. With the exception of Ohio state voted to play in my from what I've heard. But Kevin Warren had no plan no attempt at a plan no attempt to play it all smoke and mirrors. Woody Abo- used to shape the big ten back in the day. Why would this the small fish get a say? Why should the top echelon of the conference cancel because rutgers sucks and has a new coach because Michigan State is down and has a new coach because Maryland. Is Terrible. Why would why would Ohio State Michigan Penn State? Why would they have to? Cancel their season because those schools don't WanNa play. In decades to Michigan State for those that think they voted yes I can't see it. I've heard they're one of the flip flop I write could've voted no could've voted yes I think they voted no and here's why new staff. New Staff. Programs. In shambles. The season off would wildly benefit them not playing this season would give them a whole and not to mention they didn't have spring ball so you got to put them behind. They didn't have spring ball. They didn't have time to implement all their offense and defense they were able. They did not WANNA play no way they did not wanNA play. Rutgers and Maryland. They voted no, they both need all the time. They can games right now won't help anything about their program and then think about it northwestern Illinois Maybe Indiana. These are the schools deciding if play or not. It's absurd. It really is. And the next blame if you WANNA call it that not blame but pawn in this whole game is governor dewine and also former governor. Kasich because. Governor Kasich, appointed all but two of the Board of trustee members at Ohio state to do I know pointed those to. The board of directors that have state has won sports fan on the entire board. Everyone else are businessmen and women academic people don't give a shit about football. They don't give a shit about sports. You can't have that at a at a place like Ohio state. The way the board of trustee works I want to talk about the board of Trustees. So the governor of Ohio Points Fifteen Ohio residents who serve nine year terms, and then to voting student trustees who serve two year terms, and then they like a bunch of non-voting None Ohio residents to serve as charter trustees whatever. So. Never mind I'm not even GonNa get on that his his implicit actions to shut down the entire state, a High Ohio for the foreseeable future. Let's go through the Board of directors right? There's fifteen of them. GonNa make this quick Gary the the one thing that I want to dispel is this thing that liberal colleges and Liberal College leaders shut it down trying to make this a democratic or liberal ploy to shut down the conference. Understand something, seventy percent of the board of trustees it'll have state are Republican, donate to Republicans. This is not some liberal board. Now, there's a bunch of legal people on here bunch of lawyers that are definitely in fear of liability and this president that we just hired is wildly liberal but Gary Hemming air the chair was a CEO of Marathon Oil Republican now Abigail wexner is lex West Wexler wife and lawyer enough said about that want to go down Epstein route good Lord but she's a Republican. Brett is is a farmer and cattleman very successful. One Republican. Aaron Hoffler from Aetna Republican. Alex Fisher who's a CEO Columbus Partnership Bill. Columbus he's supported both sides. Here Yuki Fujita CEO of quality electrodynamics. Medical Development Democrat. Alan Stock Meister foremost management. He's a construction firm Republican. John Ziglar a litigation lawyer Democrat Elizabeth Kessler, a litigation lawyer Democrat you WanNa talk about the two people that wanted to pull the plug really fast to liberals with that are litigation lawyers I mean you couldn't. You couldn't paint a picture of a more quintessential person that would want to shut it down. Louis Fanfare. CEO. Battelle Republican Jeff Kaplan, a longtime OSU academic the Democrat Michael. Key kick in banking insurance real estate. Republican you can go through the board and try to blame it on this narrative that. Universities are liberal and that's why they're shutting it down in the big ten not at Ohio state. That's a conservative ASS board of trustees. They really dropped the ball in their timing though they knew about this here's with the board fucked up. They knew about this pandemic went back in March before March they left the president's office. For three months the most critical three months for the university and athletics not just let's university they left the president's office vacant. No one to make a decision during the most wild thing in the history of education. Think about that. So the question at large as this, did they simply instruct Christina Johnson on how to vote? And what was that vote I do know this for a fact after talking to several people in the program and that are connected with the board. She was against playing. I mean as as hard of a stance as you can take very against play that doesn't mean they voted no because the board of trustees could have just told her out of vote. She hasn't been on the job she sent a vote. The other thing that could happen is there rattling through the votes and there's seven eight knows already. So she says, yes. You know just commits career suicide that could have happened. Because Christina Johnson she worked on the Secretary of Department of Secretary. She was an under secretary at the Department of Energy for President. Obama. She's a very liberal educator and businesswoman and she was Quoted by sources as saying, she absolutely did not want to play this season, but that is what it is. So I want to get my thoughts out there my take on it what I've heard what I've learned from talking to people that I know in the industry and just my own experience on the impact of all of this and so i WanNa talk a little bit more about that after we get back from a quick break and we're also going to of give you a snippet of our beyond the show episode that's going out later today because a lot of call ins lot of questions submitted about all this some really great stuff that I wanted to throw on this show. Not only did just give you great content but also to show you kind of what's.

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"abigail wexner" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

In the News with Mike Dakkak

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"abigail wexner" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

"Epstein as an art student in New York City. And she worked for Epstein for several months and she found herself living on Leslie Wexner, his compound in Columbus. Ohio. as a living artist and artworks were commissioned from her from by Epstein and by Maxwell, and she wexner also had her working on several art for Hollywood films. While she was in. New. York City. She was kind of working in Epstein. On the upper east side and she was signed visitors in and out as they came and went from that mansion. She said she would see four or five girls a day a day folks. I mean how many children have been kidnapped over the last there I mean, the sex trafficking and child abduction really became a nationwide epidemic in this country late seventies and early eighties. That's when this all started. That's when this ring as far as we know kind of came to fruition. Farmer actually calls wexner. The head of the snake in this thing, wexner is the owner of L. Brands. If you've never heard of L. Brands, you've heard of their subsidiary companies, Victoria secret, for example, and L. Brands Company bath and body works as an L. Brands Company. She says, it was funded by him. She eventually found herself living on his massive compound in Columbus. Ohio. Weixin knows compound in Columbus Ohio. Sits on three, hundred, thirty, six acres in that town. Nearly five square miles. I mean, the size of a small town. Is main houses forty, five, thousand square feet. Large. The House that farmer was living in was ten thousands. That's the Guest House Ten Thousand Square feet. She says, they had snipers walking around in the bushes. She had to call wexner wife Abigail Wexner, and ask for permission, and when she wanted to leave the house, she was there for several months. She only left the house, a handful of times she said. And so You know she's she's there for some time. one day. She tells the story of Epstein and Maxwell coming out to visit and they take her up to the main house. They take up to a bedroom up there, and they sexually attempt to sexually assault or the both of them at the same time. She fights them off, runs, downstairs runs to the guest house. Soon after that Wexner, his head bodyguard, this is according to former says he's going to kill her. She goes absolutely crazy. She makes the biggest thing in the world about it. This is according to her. She gets on the phone and she calls everyone. She knew she calls friends, she calls family calls ex-boyfriends, she calls everybody. She knows she calls nine one nine. This is where it gets interesting. The dispatcher doesn't help her refuses to help her nine one one. She calls back and second time, and the dispatcher says you understand the sheriff is at the game of the home and not there to help her there apparently to make sure things go according to plan. Dispatcher tells her you don't understand the sheriff is at the gate. You're not leaving that place today and hangs up the phone. This is what the nine one one dispatcher tells her. Columbus for the longest time was the sex trafficking capital of the world whenever kids were abducted, they'd be taken to Columbus and then they from there, there would leave the country. What? Exactly? Who have these people done? Farmer tells the story of riding around New York City and when she was still here with Maxwell. And Maxwell with see groups of young schoolgirls in their school uniforms walking around presumably after school at out. and. She would or to the car to be stopped, she would tell the driver stopped the car and she would hop out and she would approach these girls and she would attempt to recruit them. I mean, I'm not I'm not really sure were ready to handle the The implications of this thing I mean thinking people could be this evil. Is a you know it's a little scary. Isn't it? People don't want to face things that scare them. And we revert a lot of times to normalcy bias, and we say, well, you know this couldn't possibly have have. You know there's gotTa be more to the story than this. You know I'm sure you know the sheriff was at the gate. Know that couldn't have happened. You know the bodyguard said he was going to kill or it wasn't really going to go. But apparently, all of the stuff is exactly as it's being told. Why isn't the media using its powers of perception, the mainstream media and investigative skills on. Don't they love uncovering scandals? Isn't that the mainstream media's job bringing down rich and powerful people? Why aren't they using their powers of perception and they're they're in investigative skills on this store? You have to dig, you have to read articles and articles and articles to come up with names, like Leslie, Wexner and Maria. For you have to wade through hours of of youtube videos, she's getting a lot more press now because their stories starting to come out. But you don't have to go any further than the headline to come across Bill Clinton's name. You don't have to read more than two or three paragraphs down to any article. You you. You're reading to come up with Prince Andrew and the role he played and how he was involved. That's not the story. Now last week, there was there were save The children rallies all over the world. last week, there was a world day trafficking day, which was celebrated on July thirtieth. There were rallies held California and Virginia Texas. They're part of a of an organization called Operation Underground Railroad, which is bringing awareness to human trafficking. That group reports having rescued nearly four thousand victims over the past six years just at one goop and assisted in the arrest of more than two thousand traffickers around the world. Save the Children Hashtags have grown in popularity and social media. Hashtag Save the children. We'll just yesterday facebook began banning any posts with that Hashtag. So any post anything that you post and you you write Hashtag Save the children in your speaking out. You're advocating you're trying to bring awareness to sex trafficking facebook. Now, bands you. It's that blatant now folks. They're saying that anything that you know the move is being made anything. That is good. And anything. That is right. Anything. That is adjust anything that is holy. If you WANNA take it that for we're going to attack and we're going to destroy and they're telling you in no uncertain terms I. mean they're not using these words, but they're telling you this what their actions, you're not going to do anything about your impotent. We are in control. Now, what are you going to do about it? They're asking? You know we've been numb. been covering the mcclosky story. Over the last couple of months, you may or may not have heard about the story. This is the story of Mark and Patricia mccloskey. a couple from Saint, Louis who defended their home against protestors with guns, the protesters black lives matter protesters had trespassed into their gated community back in June late June June, twenty eighth. And the protesters were on their way. Allegedly to the home of of Saint Louis mayor elite across in. We're to demand her resignation. There were held as big rally in front of her home, and they were Gonna the man, her resignation. While they cut through a gated community, they bust through a gate and they'd cut through a gated community and their presumably on their way to Mare croutons house. While the mccloskey's, they don't know. They see a bunch of you know this is at the height of the George. Floyd protests. and. They see much of protesters cutting through their community, they come out with guns..

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"abigail wexner" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

10:07 min | 1 year ago

"abigail wexner" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Join me live on the show. Today is Whitney web to discuss some bombshell absolutely paramount information in regard to the Epstein case that you are absolutely gonna WanNa hear. We're also GonNa talk about many things we always do. We're going to go through after we open today with the Epstein discussion and go through some clips that she's GonNa talk about it and give you some context around and then we'll get into some more discussion about what's going on today in regard to the propaganda that seems to be on overload right now in regard to the you know where this whole thing started and we can clearly see a two party paradigm playing all this as well some of the things we always go over but let's start off today's get right to it with something that. I'm sure you're very interested to see what I welcome Whitney to the daily wrap up. Thanks for joining me today. Hey It's great to be here that's it should. This'll be a new interesting difference for people that have been used to really wrap up the and and this is as they know you particularly have been somebody focused on the Epstein case. Your work in I think above most all else that I've seen is really some of the most powerful all encompassing work about the entire story and really. That's one of the things we're going to get into today. Is How much is commonly left out. Even as they're you know seemingly like to talk about the story today in the mainstream media so why don't we get into it? You know what it. What have you been researching on this out of the stars understanding was Maria Farmer who spoke to today and this is one of the first victims that actually went forward about Epstein. You know flu elaborate and tell us what you found. That's right so arm. Yesterday I talked to Maria farmer. Who as you said is the first victim of Epstein? Her Sister Anne was also a victim was the first to go to the authorities about Epstein in nineteen ninety six and It was over three hours You know we talked for over three hours. I was just blown away because I had read about her story. Mainstream media reports and I thought I knew what had happened to her and upon talking to her in her telling me her story. I realize that they have told less. I would say less than five percent. And she said the information she gave to me she had given all of these people and none of them reported it so I don't I don't know if I've ever hated mainstream media more than I hate them today. You know because honestly if they had done their job this would be so different and that goes for the F. B. I. also She she ended up calling. She told me right off the bat in the beginning of the interview that she thought the FBI was justice abusive as Epstein in Bali. Maxwell I mean that is insane when you consider this is supposed to be the institution that protects these women right and she says now. They're there to keep them safe there to protect them and that she's been in hiding she's had to go to all live and all these different rural areas moving around the country in hiding for years. Why these people walk free and the reason I wanted to talk to her on. It is because of this recent ruling out of Florida where they basically said that the sweetheart deal on that obscene gotten like two thousand seven that said that his co conspirators cannot be charged for any of the crimes listed in that case Walk free for good and that includes Glenn Maxwell that includes Leslie Wexner that includes everyone that was involved and it is a lot of people that were involved and it is just amazing. How cowardly mainstream media is for not doing this sooner I just arm in this girl. This woman lived. It was like a horror movie. I just could not believe What she lived through. I have some clips as she. She was gracious enough In brave enough to say you know the the call arm that that we had that she. It was okay to share parts of what she said. So we have a couple of those ready on if you want to go into the first one at talks about the What she had to say about the FBI absolutely and just real quick. I want to note. I had a great interview with David Mayes Winkle today in regards to the nine eleven grand jury and I just have to say how overwhelming it is to see so many ways that people who are the government or the mainstream media. Pretend that they're fighting for are the very people that they're in fact stem. They do this nine eleven survivor. People that are right now. The very ones trying to introduce evidence and they're not letting them while they pretend they're fighting for those same people same thing here whether the media the government is just so disgraceful that they pretend they're fighting for that truth while they're stepping on the listen to this clip and we'll keep talking. I mean I can't even explain to you. How abusive the F. B. I. S? It's unbelievable to me. I mean they first of all never offered me witness protection in when I called them they knew I was telling believe me. They knew what they knew everything I was telling him they already knew. Because they're in on it and it was so weird his reaction when I was talking to him. You know I call them and I got some answer. And then he passes me to some guy who's like when I start talking about wexner you know and I asked the guy do you have. This is all over the phone in Nineteen ninety-six I said. Do you have a file unless wexner? And he said why. And I said he's the head of the snake in this in America and I don't even know I was in Tueting this just and also I think it's common sense when you see all the stuff going on and anyway when I said that him he said Oh yeah I don't know maybe we do and I said well he's he's these people are are using child pornography and they've stolen photographs of my sisters that that right there would have been life in prison for Jeffrey England. I still have the envelopes with their touch DNA and fingerprints on them and the FBI will not take them from me. They never would. It would never take the envelopes that they stole. I mean they photograph out of these envelopes. And I've proved I still have the envelopes Whitney and the FBI was like yeah. We don't we don't need that. They also knew in Nineteen ninety-six that I'd been trafficked and Anne had been trafficked and that would have been enough to put them away but they never cared they didn't care and the worst part was lamed everybody. I named Donald Trump named everyone who I thought was the co-conspirator at the time so I named like Alan Dershowitz Donald Trump Absolutely the Clintons You know these are people that I saw coming and going that I knew part of it and I made it really clear that this is a very scary thing for children and that I see between five and ten girls day going upstairs upstairs and now that I know happening to them I want it to stop. Wow I know it's unbelievable and that is just a fraction of what she told me about. What the FBI debusschere that is just like honestly just a blip on the radar for for all of the stuff. They did to this woman and not only that she called the FBI is abusive. Jeffrey Epstein galet Maxwell. She called pretty much every mainstream media reporter who had ever talked to her like prostitutes a disgrace and she called one of them who will get to in a little bit a monster. I'm really like I'm really glad that she made. It's obviously the truth were there. Were you know that she's reporting a bit both sides arguably in the fake two-party idea that we're not talking about just the Clintons or just Donald Trump? Just ask you I'm blanking on his name. All of a sudden she just said it Anyway the point is that they're also all science you know is that this is not something. That's just a political thing right. This goes far and above and beyond all of that. And that's why what's interesting is something like this. We'll get ignored by the people who don't WanNA point out the false on their side of the two party paradigm and that's why it's so catastrophic to the truth but you know please continue. I mean this is a really powerful stuff. I mean I'm just GONNA go over a little bit of what happened to her Not In super great detail because you know we have a lot to get through today but Essentially she started working for Epstein as an adult and she was essentially forced to work for him because she was an art student at the New York Academy of art and it was the dean of that school woman named Eileen Guggenheim Who basically tried to marry her off to some like rich guy in England and then basically you know forced. Her was like very aggressive and sent her to go work for Epstein and she was doing stuff like interior decorating and doing art and things like that eventually they. She wanted to leave because she was uncomfortable with. A lot of stuff was going on pedophilia or anything like that. You know in for prolonged time. She didn't really understand. He thought they were Super Weird But at some point they sent her to live with the wexner at their guest house. Because Abigail Wexner Leslie. Wexner wife wants an artist and residents and they tell her that he's going to be able to do all the stuff when she gets there. She's GonNa be painting murals in all this stuff major media by the way totally screws up this story anyway. She was kept in that guest house for three months. She wasn't allowed to leave she. They basically starved her. They told her she was going to be able to go and eat at a country club. They went. She couldn't go. She went like three times accompanied by some person that was clear Hazel. She said that that was basically babysitting her epsteins behalf. I mean she was basically in prison there and you know she was there for three months right in about once a month. App Seen Him in Maxwell would come and on the last time they tried to rape her and she Barely escaped with her life. She said that the bodyguard For Leslie Wexner who introduces himself as her right hand as his right hand. Man as webster's right headman had come to kill her basically and she like locked herself in the House called everyone she knew had ever met in her entire life made a huge stink and she said that the whole guesthouse was bugged. All the other houses that we've heard about all Epstein residences. This house was bumping..

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"abigail wexner" Discussed on Note To Future Me

Note To Future Me

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"abigail wexner" Discussed on Note To Future Me

"So I guess that means bringing in a woman, and having a beer instead of coffee. I don't know. But it could work too. Well, they can leads me to future plans for the podcast. I, I can tell you the creative person you know. So you've got to have a vision in your head about, okay? I want this to do this in eighteen months, and twenty four months I as well as if you can spill the beans of really love to interview as well. You know, so talk about that. I mean where would you love this to be in a year's time? And it's always evolving, of course to. And like I said, who, who do you love to talk to? Yeah. So one, I mean we would obviously love to increase the amount of people who subscribe and listen to the podcasts for sure alternately, hoping that, that ends in subscriptions who are paper so that, you know, I think right now we have a very specific community if either my friends who are awesome and love me, and one was to my podcast and people who already subscribe to our paper. But I think we want to really you know expand that beyond that. Group of people who just, you know, maybe kids who are in their senior year of college in want advice on what career, you know, whatever their career path, they're going into or who are have been working for fifteen twenty years and just need to get out of a funk in be inspired. I want it to be something that really can reach also loss of people. So I think obviously growth is one of those I would also love just to, to use that as a platform for, you know, you hear a lot of times, really successful podcasts, have they moderate discussion panels, and they talk with women at live events. And then that turns into a podcast and again, not diversifies what the reader or the breeders the newspapers out what the listeners are hearing. And that makes them excited and intrigued. And so, I really wanna make sure I'm diversifying the content and having it become a source for people not just, you know this great podcast, it's really cool. But it's kinda just, you know, here I want it to be oh dot. Kaos like I wanna listen to that I want to be a part of that community. It would be really cool for it to become one of her, you know, community spaces where women can be able to talk with one another. Get advice from each other set up mentorship opportunities hands on mentorship opportunities for women. I think that, that would be amazing. Obviously, that's very lofty. My is probably like what? But I think that, that would just be a really great thing to, you know, go broader than just a podcast of, how can we help each other tackle, our careers? And what is it like to be in business and have that not be a bad thing? So that would be my goal there. And I would love. I mean, I know it's lofty, Abigail Wexner is like I want to talk to her so bad. She's so mazing just so much working on community feel like she would be a wonderful guest on the podcast of just, you know, you hear that name. And you know who she is as multiple episodes there? I know oh I could do. You know, I mean it could go on for. Ever. So she's definitely on there. I think the first lady Shannon ginther would be another really great one. There's a lot of a wad of great women leaders in our community. But again, I, I really want I wanted to be an area where women can feel empowered and inspired to go into their job every single day and do good work. But also, you know want more for themselves than just, you know what I feel like a lotta times. Women do is just talk themselves out of things, and I want it to be space where they can talk themselves into something. I like that. That's good. I like that. I talking themselves into that's great. So let's end with this advice for anybody. That's considering doing a podcast, it holistically, what some advice, would you give them to get them going to make sure they don't stop at certain points, which I'm sure you kind of you realize going. No, get over this sort of thing to get this done, whether it's technology, whether it's support that you have within the business, it self or just internally, you just can't seem to get the gusto going to DO to hit publish that first time what some advice I think it's extremely important to do your research. I think especially in oversaturated, podcasts fear, but also just media in general, you have to have a mission, and you have to have a very clear whole that your podcast is trying to fill, so for me that was local women in business. And if you like I was seeing that anywhere and I felt like, hey, we could really do something here in. So doing your research, and seeing, and, and if it's something that other people have covered do that great. But they out the angle that makes us different and stick out. I think extremely important because and if you just want to do it because you wanna do it and have that creative space and creative freedom. That's great. But if you're doing it to actually reach. A large amount of people, I would suggest you do research on how you want to speak to that dialogue and beat different. So that would definitely be my advice to start with making sure you have a team of people. If you yourself, don't feel like you hot weather. You know, you probably have a full-time job or family in this is this would be a large side-hustle, making sure that you have a team if people that would want to do it with you. I hear so many great podcast of friends who just go into it together. And that back and forth. Dialogue is also just so fun to listen to from listening standpoint, so. Yeah, having a team in making sure you're making those connections. I was so lucky that we had the I had the name business. I attached to my name because I would be so hard for me to reach out to some women and say, hey, come over to my house, and record a podcast with me, they'd be like, who are you? Exactly. So luckily, I had that name behind me so I didn't have to do as much of that at the at the beginning. But I would recommend if you don't have that, or you maybe you do have great business connections. And that's awesome. And I would suggest you start with that. But if you don't go to networking events, and, and start meeting people and give them your card also just remembering to that. It's okay. Like it's a learning process like anything else, and I've never done a podcast before this. And I'm sure the first couple of episodes, I was obvious. But the longer I think you get into it the more comfortable you are. And, and the easiest easier it's arts, become a another thing I would suggest would be doing what we've done, which is getting a lot of podcasts kind of on file and case, you know, if you want to be consistent and published, whether that's, you know, weekly biweekly monthly whatever that may be ours is by weekly, but making sure that you stay. Consistent without to your audience who's tracking with you can expect things think that's important. So making sure to have some on file in case you're sick or you're out of town, or something is really important to. Well, congratulations on finding the niche. I agree. I don't I don't know of one that is. Yeah. So I think you've found it, which is great. And congratulations on the feedback that you're getting in the emails back in the phone calls back that they want to be a part of the podcast, which is great. That means you're doing a good job in the are good episodes. I enjoyed the three that I got to listen to progress. I did want to hear what you're doing with it, and was just impressed that not that I didn't think business, I would do something like this, but I'm glad that they are. So I'm very happy that there's an outlet for this because I think it's, it's well-needed I work with a couple of female focused podcasts as well in the business arena. I think that stories are amazing. The content is out there and it needs to be published. Absolutely needs to go come out there, whether it's on a regional scale national-scale doesn't matter. It's a story that I think needs to be told I think it's great. Well, thank you for being a guest as well. Congratulate congratulations. All the way on good luck getting a month eighteen year five, you know, episode one hundred all those benchmarks says, great. I'm I'm excited excited to see to her. see her.

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"abigail wexner" Discussed on WTVN

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"abigail wexner" Discussed on WTVN

"News Radio six ten WTVN unemployment in central Ohio is at levels, not seen since the nineteen nineties new report today says the jobless rate in central Ohio is at two point seven percent, which is down from three point four percent back in March concerns about potential measles outbreak in the sole Vania school district in northern Ohio are being put to rest today. The Toledo Lucas county health department, say test results in an elementary school student came back yesterday with no trace of the virus. A new research facility at Columbus nationwide. Children's hospital is been dedicated this week. In honor of a local woman who Abigail Wexner research institute was unveiled at a dedication ceremony yesterday. Cincinnati city council is now scheduled to vote on a proposal that would decriminalize marijuana within the city of majority of council members. Reportedly on board with the legislation this afternoon though. Some debate is still expected lift as adding a panic button to their app that immediately calls nine one one, the ride hailing company has won for its drivers. But this one is now for their passengers. The new safety feature comes a month after a woman was murdered in South Carolina allegedly by man, who posed as an Uber driver. The apple also include an enlarged version version of a legitimate driver's license plate, one of the busiest migrant processing centers along the US Mexico. Border has been closed today, at least temporarily because of the flu has not offered specific numbers only saying that it's closing the central processing center in mcallen, Texas to prevent the potential spread of influenza that facility is not far from the one where a sixteen year old migrant Guatemalan boy, suffering flu symptoms died earlier this week, customs hasn't said where newly arrived migrants will be held ABC's. Jim ryan. Meanwhile, illegal immigrants could get government funded healthcare coverage in the state of California, competing bills, and Sacramento when either offer coverage to all illegal immigrants over nineteen or too young adults and grits over sixty five governor Gavin Newsom says he was willing to spend upwards of ninety eight million dollars a year on it publicly admitting his guilt, and apologizing for his actions today when he appeared in federal court. New York attorney Gordon Kaplan implicated in the nationwide. College cheating scandal and mid into spending seventy five thousand dollars to improve his daughters. ACT scores wiretap, calls with Rick seeing or the so-called mastermind behind the scheme can allegedly be her telling Kaplan that he needed his daughter, quote to.

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