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Ellen DeGeneres makes on-air apology, vows a 'new chapter'

NBC Nightly News

01:43 min | 12 hrs ago

Ellen DeGeneres makes on-air apology, vows a 'new chapter'

"Ellen DeGeneres. Began the eighteenth season of her talk show today with an apology. Here's Cathy Park. Everybody summer good yeah. Mine was great. Ellen degeneres kicked off her new season with more than just laughs. I. Learned that things happened here that never should have happened. I take that very seriously and I want to say, I am so sorry to the people who were affected. I know that I'm in a position of privilege and power and I realized that with that comes responsibility and I take responsibility for what happens at my show her on air apology in front of a virtual audience address allegations of toxic work culture at the show reports published by Buzzfeed this summer allege senior managers engage in ramp rampant harassment and sexual misconduct. We have had a lot. Of conversations over the last few weeks about the show place what we want for the future, we have made the necessary changes and today we are starting a new chapter. The changes following an investigation by Warner media degeneres was not part of that review. Three of the shows top producers were eventually fired. Now, her longtime DJ twitch will help lead the daytime series, my co executive producer. The host also addressing claims that she hasn't always lived up to be kind mantra. Means that truth is I am that person that you see on TV I am also a lot of other things I. Sometimes I get sad I get mad I get anxious I get frustrated I get impatient and I am working on all of that. I am a work in progress today generous acknowledging Joe is to

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Youth suicide during COVID-19 is a growing concern in Arizona, state officials say

Arizona's Morning News

00:25 sec | Last week

Youth suicide during COVID-19 is a growing concern in Arizona, state officials say

"Education. September is suicide prevention month in our state's schools Chief Cathy Hop in is making sure Arizona schools take park together. We can reduce the stigma around mental health, and we can ensure that every child in a dull in our schools feel safe, healthy and supported. Suicide is the leading cause of death For Arizona Children between the ages of 10 and 14 often says she's concerned. The ongoing pandemic will make things

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Former Free Press reporter removed from Trump rally - Detroit

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | Last week

Former Free Press reporter removed from Trump rally - Detroit

"Free press writer that was removed from last night's Trump Rally near Saginaw. Cathy Gray had now covers politics for The New York Times. Tweeted that she was totally the rally after she tweeted a photo of people crowded close together with few masks inside. Campaign officials say she was asked to leave because she was not in the press area but in with the general public instead, and Grace says she tried to get a credential. She didn't have one. It was too late, and she never received a response. From Trump officials. The four

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A New Direction

04:12 min | Last week

Re-motivation of the De-motivated Employee Drs. Cathy Bush & Tara Peters - burst 15

"When you are built to like structure or your mission requires I think healthcare right there a lot of rules for safety life and death reason. So we need structured. So when we're built like that fits the work, then it makes sense then we can do it right but boy, if you're a person who's open and creative and you want to. Be. Right. Brain you want to innovate. You don't need a stinking us. You can go for a bike ride and the grass into your job if that's who you are and that's not the kind of workplace you work the you need other sources of motivation because you're you're kind of going through the motions. On this particular culture situation but not everybody likes that either right. So there are people who are not built for that sort of no structure. No rules you know whatever you come up with his okay with sort of environment, and so it's about mismatch as Tara said and understand when there's a mismatch and then helping person. Find the best opportunity to thrive and grow in the place that they're in or finding their way to a place. It's some better. Sometimes that's inside the company sometimes that's. A mutual agreement that was not a good fit yeah. So Tar you talk you also talk you guys talk about in the four categories of organizational culture where we this is the Cameron and Quinn I think twenty eleven. you talk about the marketplace and when I talk about market we're talking. And because I have so many people from the mortgage industry to listening right now watching mortgage industry residential real estate sales industry. That's the market. Area and dig it motivated by production goals and out. Is this something. I'm as I'm as I'm doing this shooting from the hip here I'm sorry. But I'm starting to think through this and say you know maybe you people need to pay attention to these things a little bit closer because. If you'd say you want to everybody wants a real estate right now. And I just find it funny because I'm like going. If the D. motivation pieces that you talk about a production goals and burnt out. So let's talk about the market because WANNA be mortgage lenders, real estate people, and sales people. Right. Now. I mean. So here's the thing. All of these cultures that we talk about had Patsy J. motivate. In some some some way. So so what becomes important I think as as a as a leader is to attend to it. So if I know that again, it's just it's just the nature of the beast, right? It is a highly competitive environment is productivity driven. We need certain outcomes. That's how is how we eat is how we make our manny. So we understand that, but then I also have to recognize as a as a leader is okay. How do I then try to balance that against the downside of this rifle people are peddling relatively hard working really really long hours that over an extended period of time can lead to to burn out what are the kinds of things that I can help to counterbalance at. So for example, cannot give people more control. In Flexibility Their schedule maybe that becomes an option that I make available to employees. So for our purposes we really want you to take a look at your culture as a whole. It say, okay. Even if we have had a successful culture in the past, we don't maintain that accidentally I mean there are things that you high as leaders that we need to make sure that we are doing to ensure that a good thing doesn't go awry. In so I think paying attention and they prepared to make accommodations or changes as appropriate I think really becomes the comes necessary out if it leaders are going to help employees to continue to be standards Antigen maintain the culture that allowed the organization to to thrive. That's awesome. By the way we're talking with Dr Doctor Tar Peters Dot Kathy. Bush books called demotivate employees, It's fabulous read by the way it's it's not a long re but man, it is GM packed full of great information for you whether

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A New Direction

04:10 min | Last week

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"The question. How do I motivate my employees and I've had a lot of guests on the show. Between the time that Tara was online and and today we're every psychologist psychiatrist I've had on the show said, we can't motivate your people. You're just not going to motivate them. And I. Give Them. I of fact, since Tara I have given them this answer. You're asking the wrong question don't ask the question. How do I motivate my people find things that are D- motivating them and remove those. CASIO'S W. Yeah it is. You know. Like to talk about the basket analogy. So if you think about people showing up to do a job or for the first day of task they tend to come in let's imagine they have a basket We think it's empty. We think it's our job as managers leaders to put stuff in the basket call that motivation and if we do that right, then they're going to be Gung Ho and productive. But the truth is that they show up with a full basket they have all sorts of. Things already motivating, and so our job is to prevent the stuff that gets in the way and causes the basket to start to leak if you think about it that way and so right on what you said to the people that you just mentioned is accurate. It's like if you could figure out what's poking holes in their basket and not do that or repair that quickly then you will have highly motivated people. You don't have to put motivation in you have to keep the motivation that's there. So, this this this is this is an interesting thing because I think what happens is for most leaders Tara I think what happens for at least the leaders that I coach and have talked to is they have a hard time dealing with removing. What they're doing. Because, they want me to come in and you probably like you they want you to come in and do something to jazz their people up. To make them. Happier brighter. I don't I feel I feel like sometimes they think magician I really do I think. I feel like they think Oh, well, you're you're you're the psychological professional come on in and just go inside their brains and do something. But. Really is the removal of the crud. Right, why do why do you think that leaders have such a hard time? Letting go of the things that they've put in place that actually stop. Their employees from being motivated. So I think one of the things that that's at issue is that. It requires S to be. Reflected in the figure out how we might actually be contributing to the problem and that isn't necessarily our first inclination to think that I might be doing something. May Be to blame you Jay. Everybody. We might as well. Everybody else does. So you might as well blaming. Housi-. I WANNA share responsibility onto yet in. Back in the UK apart of this situation to if there's something that I might be doing that might be contributing to the situation you know that the Jays Capping we start from this. Is that okay first of all, when you hire people, most of us say only hire only the best and brightest. Bigger. So you had a good group of people coming in right and they were they were ready to go in then something's happened. So you can't just blame the people I. Mean we're really trying to force leaders say, okay. Let me take a step back and let me say, okay what's really going on here and is there anything that I might be doing? Is there something that I'm not understanding about the situation where I could actually address it with the with the employees and so I think that that's the hard part is people actually being it'll take ownership and that they might be a part of a the issue. So

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Cops involved in Daniel Prude death followed training: Union head

NBC Nightly News

02:27 min | 2 weeks ago

Cops involved in Daniel Prude death followed training: Union head

"Not what other tents night expected in Rochester New York after protesters angry over the death of Daniel prove clashed with police the police union coming out today in defending seven officers who have been suspended Cathy Park is their Tensions running high in Rochester New York over the arrest and death of Daniel prude today the police union defended the actions of its members after seven officers involved in the incident were suspended Thursday with pay. There's substantial amount of evidence to show why. The protocols that they used were done following a second night. Calls for justice and the mayor and police chief to step down. We're tired. FEHMIU. Protesters clashed with police at one point the standoff turning tents with barricades, shod and pepper spray deployed eight people were arrested and two officers injured. The unrest sparked by this police body camera footage released this week by prudes family attorney and black lives matter activists. The incident for March shows prude naked being restrained with handcuffs, and later a spit hood is placed over his head because police say Pru told them. He had covid nineteen. The Police Union says, use of the shield followed procedure. This is what the officers are given. Surely after officers press prudes face into the ground he becomes unresponsive. The forty-one-year-old died a week later after being taken off life support. Cruz daughter described the trauma of watching the arrest should see the video and see my father in the State of helplessness where he was complying and wasn't given anybody a hard time goes in need male. Is is devastated and then I want justice I, want these officers charged with murder. And Kathy joins us now from Rochester. Kathy are there more protests expected tonight? Jose there are, and that's why officers have placed barricades around police headquarters site of protests over the last two. Nice and demonstrators say that will continue to be out here until all the officers involving the arrest are fired

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There's a push to name and rank heat waves

Climate Cast

03:26 min | 2 weeks ago

There's a push to name and rank heat waves

"Hurricane names have been around for decades the weather channel names, winter storms. Now, one group wants to name heatwaves to boost climate change awareness and help cities prepare for extreme heat events. Kathy Buffet McLeod is director of the Adrian Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center at the Atlantic. Council it's a nonpartisan group working to foster global solutions. Hi Cathy. Welcome to climate cast. Hi, Paul Thank you I know that your group is working on naming heat waves and discussing that with the world meteorological organization and Noah. How is that going? Well, we're collecting expert opinions and will be forming a scientific and technical panel to ask those critical questions of how do you define a heat wave and how would we get to a naming convention that we could all agree on. We may need to pilot naming heatwaves before we go global, which is our ultimate goal. But the key thing we see the naming initiative as a gateway to other. Interventions that help reduce heat and protect people and ultimately save lives and it's hard to solve a problem that people don't know about and so I we need to communicate and we think that naming a heatwave is one of the very best ways that we can do that in what ways do you think naming heatwaves would change the way we talk about them. What's the payoff there? Well, if you think about Floridians and I was in Florida for thirty plus years, we've built a culture of preparedness and prevention around the impacts of hurricanes, and that name gives it the weight and it lets you know and the media uses it to broadcast how serious this is and you need to act to protect yourself and your loved ones. Heatwaves. Kill more Americans every year than floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, and all other weather disasters. I. Think a lot of people are surprised by that. How can cities mitigate the threats posed by heat waves? Well, cities are extra vulnerable because our cities are largely built with asphalt and materials that absorb heat an emanate, the heat at night, and so the urban heat island effect is making cities even hotter. And sometimes as much as fifteen seventeen degrees hotter and a lot of those solutions are natural solutions like planting urban forests and those are known to to cool and absorb pollution. But the naming of the heat waves is the gateway as I said to get out the door and attract the attention. It's necessary to how dangerous this risk is. I can see the benefits and drawbacks to naming. Yet another weather phenomenon right I mean we name hurricanes the weather channel names winter storms could naming heatwaves contribute to an overload on whether messaging well, our intent is to answer that question with the very best experts at the table before we proceed and so we all share the goal of communicating this risk and ultimately protecting people and saving lives and so will get to that answer. And certainly, be asking those hard questions of does this do what we wanted to do, and where's the evidence base to support that, and so I'm GonNa come back to you Paul with an answer to your question. After we get to work Kathy, buff men McLeod with the Atlantic Council thanks so much for sharing your perspective on climate cast today. Thank you very much for having me.

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Cathy Horyn on Why Fashion Media Must Evolve

The Business of Fashion Podcast

05:40 min | 2 weeks ago

Cathy Horyn on Why Fashion Media Must Evolve

"Ala Kathy. I'm good you. You're in Virginia. Farm. Yeah. You're Minova Farm in Virginia and made avail in. London. and. Roundabout now could be looking forward to seeing each other at fashion shows as we have done for the last. How many years? We. Want to exit. Thirty five. Something, like Nineteen eighty-seven age is not. About you were at the Detroit repress. Short News. used. And I was limited. From magazine in Canada in Toronto Canada. And we could never have anticipated what's happened to the world because? We read about things like this in history and And you know industry is being so savagely impacted. By everything that's happened and it's it's great that we're talking today because I subscribe to new magazine. you write for the. Your magazine and you've just done this enormous piece interviewing designers about the here and now their lives and. The future of the industry, and that's exactly what was supposed to be talking about today. So that's put certain. I can say to you. Tell us what you've been doing with. China's for the last. Well it started out. You Know Stella Buckby at runs the cut we were talking in now late April I think about like what do we WANNA do? For All this book Ended up being part of the. The main magazine in the preview section of what's happening in the fall. But anyway, we started talking about that and I said, you know I really just I want to talk to the the leading designers you know the the big creative minds and. Where we sort of going I, mean, it just feels different even now and I think about how we all felt what on March second and March third when we were still in Paris in winding up with. No the Balenciaga show in the retail show the last days and felt so innocent but then it felt quite different by the end of April. With Europe. All shutdown down the US at least New York Shutdown So, anyway, everybody you know it's it's Raff Simmons Marc Jacobs. Nikola just gear Mutya Rico Kuba. There's there's twelve or thirteen, and all and Everybody was home. So I had lots of time to talk to them, and they had lots of time and we talked in some cases, three times over the summer or rejects dinner we had emails that kind of thing. So it was fun. Now was there a consensus? Among people what the future holds I think you have a different view specifically of how people want will probably want address. Some bring that up pretty clearly like mmj at. I think a lot of people are really concerned You know the the. What's going on with the fashion system people have been talking about that at Nauseam for a while. So that came up a lot RAFF had a lot to say about that I think they certainly spent the month of March and April thinking a lot about this Marc Jacobs a lot and he put some of that up on Instagram to. You know coming off at incredible show that he did in February in New York and just thinking and you know he he had to lay off people on his designed team and others had take salary cuts. That the problem across the industry. And so they were talking a lot about that, and then of course, Allesandro from Goodie. Brought his his instagram out a one was mid may saying we're GONNA go to two meetings to to runway shows a year. So I think a lot of the stuff has been brewing. Yeah, and the bottom line is I, mean to me. I think it comes through in the pieces. It's all an individual choice. You know like you know Michael Kors has made his decision. What he's GonNa do I think Gucci's made their decision to Michael Burke for this piece is the CEO of Vitale and you know. They're gonNA. You know he thinks that the traveling runway shows the future. So all that concerned about you know how big the shows I think I think in the long run we'll see a I mean in the short run will see. Pause, as as we as we deal with the pandemic and we don't know what quite the end game is on that. So I think we've seen a lot of experimentation in the last six weeks two months with digital perform digital shows and presentations and. I think going forward. You know you know it's a huge industry i. think that's the thing is bleak as it seems is a huge industry.

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Cathy Smith Dies at 73: ‘Sundown’ muse who injected John Belushi with fatal drug dose

Jason and Alexis

01:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Cathy Smith Dies at 73: ‘Sundown’ muse who injected John Belushi with fatal drug dose

"Admitted admitted to to injecting injecting John John Belushi Belushi with with heroin heroin and cocaine that led to his death, has died. No Cathy Smith had been in failing health for the past few years. She was 73. In the 1986 plea bargain. You might remember that Kathy Smith pleaded no contest to involuntary manslaughter and several drug charges and served a one year prison sentence in California. After being released, she was deported to her native Canada, where the former backup singer reportedly took a job in Toronto as a legal secretary. I didn't know that whole history on her. Oh, not at all. And that's what you're known for, you know? Yeah, I was. You know what? I know The fact of that, you know, in your bio. If it's not line one, it's line Tio. It's apparently if that had not happened, what she would have been known for and remembered for is being the subject of the Gordon Lightfoot song Some down gets used to date him. Oh, really? She's hanging around those Canadian rockers. Fags. Awesome. I had no idea the chicken mcnugget of

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Study: Pregnant women 'shouldn't drink any tea or coffee'

KYW 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Study: Pregnant women 'shouldn't drink any tea or coffee'

"Steve Kastenbaum NEW York A new study in the British medical Journal suggests women who are pregnant or want to be should avoid all Cathy and analysis of 1200. Earlier studies concludes There is no safe level for

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The Injustices of AI

Science Friction

04:55 min | Last month

The Injustices of AI

"You are about to meet to Gutsy. multi-award-winning film directors with stories that connecting contrast to incredible confronting crucial films where artificial intelligence is being used in the service of good bad and possibly plein rotten. Lucia terrorism. Sleeve those. WHO ITS MUSCLE IS INSERTED GAVE David France director of the documentary. Welcome to Chechnya went underground to document the current persecution imprisonment, torture murder of lgbt people in Chechnya and the. Going rescue mission to get them out to safety. Kid Dot as facial recognition mis identification, and then you start. To search, this is an innocent child. System is becoming mechanized shall nation Thanh Director of coded bias documents the rise of this called Algorithm, ick Justice League. There are fledgling movement with this mission to rescue us from the insidious crepe of biased computer algorithms into pretty much every aspect of our lives. Now, they films both feature at this year's Melbourne International Film Festival and they join me from a Balmy summer in New York. City thank you for having us. Absolutely thanks for having us the injustices in these films. Real and raw and happening in the world right now, and there's this. Shopping, and shocking sense of urgency in both of these films for both of us. Why are these films that you were compelled to make? Now what drove you to these stories David? This is a story about an ongoing genocidal program in the southern Russian republic of Chechnya a conflict which we were all informed about in a series of articles published in a newspaper. In Russia back in two thousand, seventeen, it produce headlines around the globe. It was a horrifying revelation of a campaign to round up and eliminate all lgbtq people living in the. Chechen republic it generated our government leaders around the world were outraged by it and demanded justice. But the story immediately fell from headlines and what I discovered some months later was that it the the crimes themselves had not stopped. And in fact that ordinary Russians were responding to this in really heroic ways I spent eighteen months embedded in his underground network this underground railroad of people who were actually physically rescuing individuals from. Hiding them. Tending to their physical wounds in their psychological ones and trying to get them out of Chechnya if and to relative safety and other parts of the world the access you got. WAS INCREDIBLE THE TRUST In Janet easing credible Shalini what about you boss is this absolutely riveting vital interrogation of the wine which machine learning algorithms are effectively shaping lives in the most potent and yet most secret ways. Why will you compelled to make this film? Well, I think all of my work deals with how disruptive technology makes the world lesser more fair. And when I stumbled upon the work of joy Leney and Cathy O'Neil the author weapons of mass destruction I sort of stumbled down the rabbit hole of the dark side of big tack and came to realize quite shockingly. that. You know these computer systems that we give our implicit trust to and entrust with such decisions like who gets hired, who gets health care how long a prison sentence on someone may serve. have. Not Been often vetted for accuracy or for racial or gender bias, and that comes across in the making of this still where. Joy Leney is just trying to make something like a snap chat filter were right? And put a mask on her face and stumbles upon the fact that commercially available facial recognition doesn't see dark faces are women accurately she's

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The Looming Eviction Crisis

The Indicator from Planet Money

08:41 min | Last month

The Looming Eviction Crisis

"Kathy Seeker is fifty five. She lives in an apartment that she rents in Camden South Carolina with her husband before the coronavirus pandemic, Cathy was working multiple jobs. She ran the cafe at a bookstore and she also worked as a server at a restaurant, but the pandemic would shut down both of those workplaces and in March Kathy started a new job at an assisted living facility working with dementia patients she likes to work, but it only pays twelve dollars an hour and overtime pay is not available to her so when I took the new job for my career. It then sent our rent back. Months just months, I don't make enough money to support myself. My husband had a stroke at forty four years ago so he's not able to work. By August Kathy had fallen thousands of dollars behind on her rent and twelve dollars an hour. She just was not making enough money to both pay her full rent and cover her other bills like eletricity and car insurance and her husband's medications and my landlord was wonderful to so patient with us really was wonderful but. He has to make money you know and I had reconciled in my head like how I was going to get rid of our stuff how we're gonNA live in the car. And that was just going to be okay. Kennedy says there was some dark moments then when the stress from the possibility of being addicted was just overwhelming to be in that desperate situation. To be in that desperate situation and really feel like you've done everything you possibly can you know I'm a Frugal Person I home schooled my children for years I know how to. Pinch a good penny but I there was no panic. This is indicated for planet money. I'm Cardiff Garcia and I'm Stacey Smith Today on the show evictions millions possibly tens of millions of renters throughout the US could soon face a similar situation to the one that Kathy was facing the loss of jobs and income. So many of these renters has left the country with a possible evictions crisis and that crisis could have catastrophic consequences both for the renter's themselves and also for the whole economy. This message comes from NPR. Sponsor Microsoft the world has changed and Microsoft teams is there to help us stay connected teams is the safe and secure way to chat meet call and collaborate to learn more visit Microsoft dot com slash teams. Support for this podcast and the following message come from Google Google has a variety of free tools and resources to help small businesses adapt from trainings to on-demand classes through grow with Google explore Google's free tools for small businesses at Google Dot, com slash small business. The rent for the apartment the Kathy Kirchner shares with her husband in Camden South Carolina is six, hundred, ninety, five dollars a month, and she cannot afford that on her wages from the assisted living facility where she now works it's really difficult. My paycheck today was five, hundred, ninety, five dollars and and that's for two weeks even before the covert pandemic roughly one out of every four renting households in the US. was already paying more than half of their monthly income in rent. So. Were already paying their rent paycheck to paycheck. But when the pandemic started the federal government along with state and local governments did respond they responded with policies to help avoid an immediate surge fictions for a lot of these renters congress and the president expanded unemployment benefits in the cares act passed in late March, which helped people who lost their jobs, keep paying their bills, things like rent plus a lot of state and local governments with these moratoriums in place that would stop landlords from a visiting tenants. The federal government added its own moratorium on fictions for a lot of housing complexes that it subsidizes but the expanded unemployment benefits expired at the end of July in the moratoriums on. In at least twenty, four of the states that had them had also expired by the end of July. Including the moratorium in Kathy's own State of South Carolina. The Federal Moratorium has also expired and all of these reasons why so many housing experts are now warning that innovations crisis could start soon and the people who are most vulnerable to innovations. Crisis are low income renters according to the Urban Institute. Low income renters are more likely to have held jobs that have been lost in the Cova pandemic especially jobs in food. Services and the retail sector. In fact, two of the jobs that Kathy Secrets your work before the pandemic in a restaurant and in a bookstore were in those two sectors. The new job she took at the assisted living facility did not pay her nearly enough to offset the income she lost, but the economy is still in rough shape. So finding the kind of works used to do is just still really hard this hard when you're willing to work three four jobs like I'm not afraid to work, but you can't find work. A lot of Americans can't find work right now and many are struggling to pay their rent according to the Census Bureau roughly one out of five renters could not pay their rent on time in July and August could be worse nearly one out of three renters said the either had no confidence only slight confidence that they could pay their August rent for months. Kathy says that she herself could only pay partial rent her landlord kept growing tab for her running. into thousands of dollars and I would ask him every couple of months to show us what where we work because I was trying to make payments I would I would keep making payments, but it would be like three hundred dollars for the month. Well, that's less than half of what I, what I them, even though I have a job that's a you know a decent job, but it was it was a challenge. You know it's very stressful to live under that. Environment, if innovations crisis does become a reality communities of color would also be disproportionately hurt partly because a much higher share of black and Latino. Households are renters instead of homeowners there about twice as likely as white households to rent, and before the pandemic, they were already much more likely to face eviction than white households. If there is any good news here, it's just evictions. Crisis is not actually started yet. The warning signs are flashing red but so far evictions. Are actually quite low in a lot of major cities that of course does not mean that everything is fine. Remember that the expanded unemployment benefits and the state moratoriums on fictions only just expired a few weeks ago and it could take a bit of time before the struggles that people are having in paying their rent translate into actual evictions and it also means of course that there is still time for federal state and local policymakers to act again and possibly avert. Meanwhile. In at least some parts of the country hundreds of rental systems, programs have been directing their money to help prevent evictions and a lot of them have received money from the federal government for this very purpose and one of those organizations ended up helping Kathy. In fact, it was actually her landlord who put her in touch with the local program from the United Way that Helps Fight Homelessness this program called New Day Kathy applied and got a grant from new day. She was approved to receive about four thousand dollars and that money cleared all the background Kathy owed her landlord a felt like I. Finally had a chance to get my head. Slightly above water so that I could breathe and it would give me that time that I needed. To get my life together again, and by the first of September, we'll be able to put the rest of my rent down like I'll be able to breathe. Of course, a new start does not mean everything will continue to be fine in the future Kathy's hopeful that as the economy recovers, she'll be able to find other jobs to supplement her income but that partly also depends on whether it becomes safe to work those jobs while there is still a pandemic, there is no certainty about this or about whether the economy will keep recovering. So in the meantime, Kathy has a message for policymakers. Anything can turn on a dime and there are people who are really hard working. who really don't want take charity but don't have a choice. And if it is something that can help people even. Anybody. I would absolutely begged them to consider to continue these programs. We need them people that want to make their rent they want. To, pay their bills. They don't. WanNa take charity they and they're working as hard as they can. You know, and then when you add in the stress of. VID. And going out. Even, if you don't have to work environment like, I do just to go out, it's it's so mentally exhausting. The the mental anguish of not being able to pay your bills is overwhelming. Overwhelming And I don't. I don't. Know How funding works but I do know that if there had not been this funding. I'd, be in my car.

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Victims give impact statements at Golden State Killer sentencing

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:12 min | Last month

Victims give impact statements at Golden State Killer sentencing

"The man who has confessed to being the Golden State killer is back in court. Today in Sacramento, KCBS is Megan Goldsby reports from the state Capitol. He's listening to impact statements from his victims, their statements of anger, hate and pain but also some of forgiveness and just confusion. Peggy was 15 when she was raped repeatedly by Joseph D'Angelo after he broke into her Sacramento home in 1976, tying up her sister in the next room. We were lucky he didn't kill us, she said, Like many victims have that she's been plagued by nightmares after 42 years. I still always look over my shoulder when someone approaches me from behind. I still sleep with two phones in the keys on the bed when my husband is away and I still check windows and doors multiple times before ing before going to bed when I'm alone, D'Angelo has admitted to 13 murders and 50 rapes from 1975 to 1986, along with kidnapping, robbery and some other crimes. A plea deal will mean that the former police officer will spend life in prison as opposed to the death penalty. The sentencing is Friday. Here in Sacramento. Carol Daily, read a statement from rape victim Cathy Rogers. The nightmare has ended. He is the one forever alone. In the dark in Sacramento. Megan Gold Speak KCBS

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Pennsylvania asks State Supreme Court to extend mail-in voting deadlines

KYW 24 Hour News

01:11 min | Last month

Pennsylvania asks State Supreme Court to extend mail-in voting deadlines

"Wolf is asking the Supreme Court to extend mail in ballot deadlines. Cable W's Mike Doherty has more on rulings in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and what voters can expect in those states. Mail in ballots will be sent to every registered voter in New Jersey a month before the election, and the deadline for votes to be counted is extended by two days because Governor Murphy expects delays with the post office results here and across our nation showed that making It's easier to vote does not favor anyone Political party, but it does favor democracy. No voter should fear for the sanctity of their ballot in Pennsylvania. Voters need to request a mail in ballot and those must be returned by eight PM on election day because of concerns raised by the Postal Service. Pennsylvania Secretary of State Cathy Back far wants to extend the deadline by three days to account for delays in the mail. It will likely be a court battle over that. Voters are encouraged to apply for mail in ballots at least two weeks before the election officials say, the sooner the better. Both New Jersey and Pennsylvania will give voters the option to mail ballots or drop them off at various county locations. And, of course, there will be polling places open in both states.

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The Hippie Skyjacker, Cathy Kerkow

Female Criminals

05:40 min | Last month

The Hippie Skyjacker, Cathy Kerkow

"On October Sixth Nineteen fifty one amid the lush forests and clear lakes of Coups Bay. Bruce and Patricia cargo brought their first child into the world. They named her Catherine Marie Cocco Kathy to her family and friends by nineteen, Fifty, seven, six year old Kathy had three younger brothers and two unhappy parents. She was too young to understand her mom and dad's problems but old enough to notice that her father was particularly detached though Bruce worked as a truck driver to support his family he dreamed of a life as a musician unfortunately, that wasn't the type of career one could have in coups bay especially with four young children to feed. But while Kathy's father felt trapped in frustrated, he loved his kids. So he tried his best to stick around for them. One day during the summer of Nineteen, fifty-nine Bruce and Patricia to children out for a picnic eight-year-old Kathy, an adventurous type slipped off with one of her brothers to catch salamanders. As they caught critters in jars to black boys, approached her and her brother although she didn't know Roger and see Venice Junior by name Kathy recognized them. The holder family had been the talk of the town after a racially charged attack on one of the youngest sons as Venice junior watched the to unsupervised Kirk Oh kids. He saw an opportunity for retaliation he wanted. To beat them up like the other kids had done to his own brother but Roger wouldn't have it instead ten year old roger approached the girl with glasses and asked what she was doing with the Tadpoles. Kathy corrected him. She was catching salamanders. Roger enjoyed the girls spunk but his brother pulled him away he and Cathy waved goodbye hoping to see each other again. Ultimately however, the budding friendship was cut short when just four days later, the holder suddenly moved to California but Kathy wouldn't forget Roger Holder and their argument over Amphibians. In. The latter years of her childhood Kathy, watched her parents relationship completely deteriorate by the time she turned ten her father's musical ambitions had finally gotten the better of him. He ran off to Seattle in hopes of making it in the big city. This forced Cathy's mother Patricia to take over as the family breadwinner. Meanwhile, Kathy had no choice but to keep the household running and look after her three younger siblings before we continue with Kathy, psychology please note that I'm not a licenced psychiatrist or psychologist, but I have done a lot of research for the show. According to sociologist Monica Kirkpatrick Johnson when kids are forced to take on serious responsibility, they view themselves as older than they are. This is called subjective age and can lead adolescence to believe their maturity levels exceed those of their peers as Kathy's mom took on a full time secretarial job kathy nature her brothers were fed clothed and always ready to go to school on time in many ways, she became the second parent in the home. If, the child chooses to take on additional burdens that will likely manifest into positive characteristics down the line but negative effects may emerge when a child is forced into roles that demand them to perform as though they're older than they are Kathy may have appeared wise beyond her years but really she was merely mimicking adult behaviors. This type of pseudo maturity May. Increase. The likelihood of problems like substance abuse and increased sexual activity in adolescence for Awhile Kathy showed no signs of any behavioral issues she continued to care for her younger brothers as she always had an she applied that same level of dedication to her studies taking on many extracurriculars when she started high school among them were choir, Latin club track and community service. But by sixteen something changed with her brothers now, older county didn't feel so obligated to spend her time caring for them more than that acting like an adult for so long had taken its toll on Kathy, who still repressed the pain and anger from her parents separation. Unable to escape her resentment she rebelled she quit the track team dropped out of choir and stopped volunteering. Kathy dumped her boyfriend for a twenty something beach bomb every attempt her mom may discipline Cathy was met with verbal sparring. When eighteen year old Kathy graduated high school in June of Nineteen sixty-nine, her prospects looked bleak while others left with career goals and college plans Kathy kept dating and partying. So for the next two years, Kathy bounced from one random gig to another unable to hold anything down at first it was just laziness. Eventually, her indiscretions escalated while working at a drugstore she stole amphetamines for her friends when she was caught and subsequently fired it didn't seem to bother her in the slightest to make ends meet. Cathy resorted once more to theft.

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WNBA players urge people to vote against team owner, senator

The Erick Erickson Show

02:16 min | Last month

WNBA players urge people to vote against team owner, senator

"W. NBA. Stars are openly endorsing Kelly Leffler opponent in her Georgia sit race despite her ownership stake in one of the teams, leagues. W Now? No No, no. No they're not supporting Ralph warnock Nah I'm sorry Doug Collins No. That's Boring College Board Ralph. WARNOCK WNBA. Stars are openly endorsing Reverend Raphael warnock for the US Senate seat currently held Atlanta Dream Cone or Kelly Leffler Leffler Georgia Republican previously used her position as a team owner as a political stance in her hotly contested special election players called on WNBA Commissioner. Cathy Engelbert to ban Leffler from the League after her comments against the black lives matters group. You know she. She's writing this. HELP INNER Players across the WNBA have long been vocal opponents of Senator Kelly Leffler Georgia. Republican who also happens to Cole the League's Atlanta Franchise. But as the special election for Leffler appointed senatorial seats up stars are using their platform to explicitly rebel against the controversial politician prior to Tuesday nights matchup between the Phoenix Mercury and the Atlanta Dream members of both teams express support. For Reverend Raphael. warnock. By wearing t shirts that read vote warnock according to representatives for the mercury players on the Chicago Sky also donned the black and white shirts prior to their game against the Dallas Wings players on the Seattle Storm in Connecticut also wore the shirts prior to the game which you know these people who were I guess they just eight Kelly leveler. Okay. Now, here's the thing. If they schrief walls in the forest and no one is around. Does it make a sound? If. They WNBA player takes political position does anyone know unless there's a reporter there to tell them and then does anyone care? No one watches the Wnba these are the people who off the court because of the national anthem they didn't even neil they walked off the court.

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Judge sentences ex-MSU coach to jail in Nassar-related case

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Judge sentences ex-MSU coach to jail in Nassar-related case

"The former head gymnastics coach at Michigan State University has been sentenced to jail for lying to police about what she do about abuse by university Dr Larry Nassar Cathy Clegg is said at trial that she did not remember being told about abuse by former Olympic and Michigan State University doctor Larry Nassar she was found guilty by a jury in February of lying to police and today she's been sentenced to ninety days in jail and eighteen months of probation Nassar was sentenced in twenty eighteen to forty two hundred and seventy five years in prison for decades of serial abuse to hundreds of athletes several of Nassar's victims testified the greatest knew about the abuse two of them spoke ahead of the sentencing Larissa Boyce sekaligus held up a piece of paper in front of her when she was sixteen and older if she filed a report there could be serious consequences for her voice that she was representing her sixteen year old self was silenced and humiliated and all of the hundreds of girls that were abused after her I'm Jennifer king

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Judge sentences ex-MSU coach to jail in Nassar-related case

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Judge sentences ex-MSU coach to jail in Nassar-related case

"The former head gymnastics coach at Michigan State University has been sentenced to jail for lying to police about what she do about abuse by university Dr Larry Nassar Cathy Clegg is said at trial that she did not remember being told about abuse by former Olympic and Michigan State University doctor Larry Nassar she was found guilty by a jury in February of lying to police and today she's been sentenced to ninety days in jail and eighteen months of probation Nassar was sentenced in twenty eighteen to forty two hundred and seventy five years in prison for decades of serial abuse to hundreds of athletes several of Nassar's victims testified the greatest knew about the abuse two of them spoke ahead of the sentencing Larissa Boyce sekaligus held up a piece of paper in front of her when she was sixteen and older if she filed a report there could be serious consequences for her voice that she was representing her sixteen year old self was silenced and humiliated and all of the hundreds of girls that were abused after her I'm Jennifer king

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"cathy" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast

The Influencer Podcast

02:25 min | 6 months ago

"cathy" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast

"Hello and welcome back to another episode of the influence. Our podcast today. I have one of my favorite people in this industry in someone who has become a deer confidant and mentor and friend of mine. Cathy Heller on the show. I was recently on her podcast. Don't Keep Your Day job which I'm sure you've heard that podcast in probably listen to it. It's one of my favorites. It was given the number one spot on I tunes as the recommended list of shows for the New Year and twenty eighteen and twenty nineteen so she knows what she's talking about. We had such an incredible conversation on her podcast that I knew that I needed to have her on our podcast so you could hear straight from her. This episode is incredible. And it's one that I believe in my heart of hearts is really needed right now. We cover everything from resilience to resourcefulness to fraud complex to pivoting to acceptance so many incredible moments that Kathy shares so vulnerably her journey and how she's been able to use her expertise to really show up when she didn't even think she could do it herself. I think that you guys are GonNa find this one motivating more than anything. It's inspiring yes but it is so motivating and it is so real in raw so definitely check it out. Here we go. Have you heard about the new master class that I am doing right now where I deep dive into the top five mistakes that entrepreneurs make and how to overcome them. Well you can snag that over at the influence or academy dot Org Slash Webinar. But I I wanNA tell you what you're GONNA learn in this masterclass you're GONNA learn. The common thing that you may be doing is actually keeping visitors away from reading and subscribing to your content and it may shock you. You also learn why more followers isn't always what you need and the number one thing that you should actually be focusing on instead and how to finally niche down and talk to your ideal audience instead of feeling like you're talking to air and we dive into so much more so again you can snag this free at masterclass at the influencers academy dot Org Slash Webinar. And you can choose the day in time that works for you again. That's the influence or academy dot Org Slash Webinar Sia. They're welcome to the influence or podcast. I'm your host Julie Salamon. A marketing strategist brand building experts speaker and New York Times. Bestselling.

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"cathy" Discussed on Earn Your Happy

Earn Your Happy

10:45 min | 6 months ago

"cathy" Discussed on Earn Your Happy

"It for free to see again. Do you really like it. Did they benefit from it? And how valuable is that like? The clarity comes from doing so sometimes by doing a little bit of those things you get so much more momentum than you would think. And they're simple things we just forget we forget to them Man Those are so good and I can. I can say tried and true that is that is the exact path that I've taken to getting answers. So it one hundred percent on the other side like it is brilliant. It's like a I think what I like to have you expand on a little bit because I know that. Here's the areas that I held myself back in. I was like okay here. It is. And here's how it feels and I'm so clear and Oh my God. I got that feeling that I know is the feeling that's going to carry me. That it's the feeling that lets me know. Clear that I'm one hundred percent and then the next day or that night when I'm tired go to bed and I start freaking out and it doesn't feel right anymore. Yeah please help. Okay here's the thing with that. So yes I have three little girls and I love it because I get to. Its princesses all day. My husband's like really buys them gloves. He buys them the baseball. And I'm like just want the glitter. Sorry so yesterday. They were home for Mlk Day and they were all watching. Milana was great and I love by the way shoutout to Pixar for making movies. Were like the girls are not being rescued by the guy. Just it's great. It's we're we're in a good moment in history so I'm watching this movie with them. Unlike this is this is all of us. This is just our story. The reason people love this movie is because all of us at some point walk as far just up to the tip of where the shore you know comes up to the Ocean. We go no right and then even though we keep coming we keep walking away. Something in the horizon does keep calling. It will not let you go but your whole life you've been given this message of like Moana. Don't go in you're GONNA drown. People have tried. They've failed Yoho you'll die you'll make a fool of yourself you'll you won't make Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah like. You're not safe stay here. You're safe you're safe you're safe. You're safe and there's there's something inside of you. That says what I want more than being safe as I wanNA to be in alignment with myself. I WanNa do me. I WANNA be exhilerated. I WANNA be alive. I WanNa be alive for some reason. I don't want to be in this little safety zone. And so that's the part of us right. Like everyone has had a moment where then they get old and they dive in and they leave the dock and they jumped an amazing things. Happen Right. You know you make a decision to date the person even though you're scared of course you can get your heart broken. That takes so much courage to do it. Anyway you make the decision to host something you press publish on something in the blog goes up in it it touches one human being or you learn from it and you do the second one which leads us eight th one and finally the twelfth one is really good and you could never have done. If you didn't have the courage to hit the first published button on that I ate set of hosts so the sky is calling. The horizon is calling all of us. It's never gonNA stop whispering to you right and I think for all of us. That is the test of our life where it's like at every moment. There is another step forward and as long as we're here fortune favors the brave and every time. I see someone like you Lori or anyone at the Hollywood bowl and I'm watching somebody or I'm reading a place someone road or I'm sitting in an office where somebody is doing their thing because there are therapy any anything or walk into Jonathan Adler store. It doesn't matter I'm like I'm surrounded right now by courage. Because this person didn't begin Serena Williams. This person gave himself the courage to say like I'm GonNa make something messy mediocre because I'm I'm headed towards that horizon and I'm not going to back down because everybody knows deep down like we're GONNA get tested. Have you ever seen a movie going back to that metaphor where someone doesn't get tested and it's like why do you love? Rudy? Why do you love any of these movies? Why do you love the devil? Wears Prada any movie Willy Wonka? There's no movie where the person is not tested and what we love about these movies. What we love about the hero is not a you. You WanNa play football for name. It's that you know deep down that you have a capacity bigger than you allow yourself to be in and when this person keeps going the tears streaming down your face. Because you're like I I know that that's inside of me and boy do I want what do I wanNA push through What everyone's been telling me man? I just I want to just build you a church so I can go again like I love it. I WANNA go. I do too perfect. I could talk to you all day and and maybe I will. Maybe I'll just keep you all day. We'll see but I just wanted to say To everybody listening if you feel how I feel right now where you are just exhilerated enthusiastic on fire I want to observe that this you even if it's not your own beliefs like I'm completely one million percent borrowing your belief in enthusiasm right now and it works so if you want to know more about Your purpose and exactly how to do and going to the next level. I'm telling you your book is probably one of the most practical tangible books about this. That is so real that I've ever laid my hands on. Oh my God I mean so much to me because I'm I'm so into the emotional stuff and I didn't want it to be only that I knew that people needed that and I was like I really hope they walk away feeling like these are the steps. It's not just inspiration but it's GonNa help you by the end you'll be like all. I can do something I can actually go and take action because it's all about that action. It's all about getting in there and I'm so glad you feel that way you for real you guys go in for real. I WANNA see uploads of the book because if you are there's no I've been there before that place of like wanting to blame in wanting to you know talk about our past stories and why we can't and it's just it's the most miserable place to be and I just feel like when we can free ourselves and know that there is steps of action and really know what the journey looks like and start building your tribe around that and really have the path and truly this is like it's permission and it's the steps so go grab her book. It's don't keep your day job Obviously go subscribe to our podcast. You're GONNA amazing I can't wait to see you speak more. Maybe we'll chat with you about speaking when we're done with this What did I do know what did you do? I don't know I'm excited to find out. Anyway I just wanted to say I'm so grateful for you. I swear view. I always get these messages. Where I'm like Kay you guys really just need to go to coffee so I think we should just put dates and set some point to do that. So one hundred percents all right So where can we find? You follow you all of those things Some first of all Lori is such an incredible ambassador for being a human. I just think you're one in a zillion and everyone who knows you and listen to. This show knows that that's not a line. Everybody knows that that's true You can follow me on instagram. I'm like so proud that they gave me my little Going on at excited. So it's so dumb that it down my soul mate but I actually am obsessed with work. Because I don't find it. Oh Job I really like it so I I answer every DM. So I'm insane so if you WanNa find me there you can even boys know people sometimes because I like to because I do And then I'm also on my website. Cathy Heller Dot Com and we actually spent the summer. We developed a quiz for people to take to help them. But you're out what they're calling is and it's really fun and of course it's free. So there's that too at Cathy Heller Dot Com and Kathy with a C. And then the podcast is. Don't Keep Your Day job wherever you listen to podcasts. And we. We did it episode where we had Laurie on and she was so good so good and we should have you back on but you can go check it out. And you'll hear people like Bobby Brown the makeup artist and Mandy Moore and Barbara Corcoran and Howard Schultz telling his starbucks story of how he built that you guys. He living in public housing. That's an amazing story So yeah check it out. You are amazing. You guys definitely we'll put all of that shouts. And here's here's the deal if you loved this episode. If you're like Oh my God. I'm on fire. Please do not keep that to yourself. Grab this Texas to a friend. Right now Put it out on your stories. Take us in one of the coolest things that people can do that. I always think is like the best thing ever. It's like honestly. Probably the coolest thing is a podcast is if you tag both of us in this episode and tell us what your biggest takeaway was like. What actually effect that. That's isn't the best will do that. I'm like please tell me what you liked about it. So we can we add it gets repeated and I was just thinking and I haven't i. I swear I wasn't thinking this before but if you 'cause Lordy made such a beautiful pitch my book which. I wasn't expecting that so nice if you do buy the book for Swiping it on Amazon or Barnes and noble whatever but if you do let me know because I'll send you we have so we have this amazing set of bonus material where we made this whole workbook and stuff and we gave it away in the summer And I'll give it to you and it might really help so if you buy the book I'll let me know all senate's you so should they let you know through Dm's yeah you got me. Yeah okay perfect you heard it you guys all right Kathy. Thank you so much and until next time on your happy by everyone. Thank you guys so much for spending this time with me on the earn. Your happy podcast. I am so glad that you stopped by. If you could take one second to share this episode with someone you think would love it. That would be absolutely amazing and we would be forever grateful also. Please leave us a review. If you feel so moved by going to I tunes and leaving US. An honest thought and honest comment. Tell us what you think. Tell us what you want to hear. More of. It would really help us out on our journey to helping thousands and thousands of people until then. Don't forget to earn your happy Thanksgiving guys.

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"cathy" Discussed on The Viall Files

The Viall Files

02:14 min | 6 months ago

"cathy" Discussed on The Viall Files

"Yeah I would love. I would love to learn more. This is really fascinating so thanks so much for. I really appreciate it all right. Have a good day. I agree cool. Yeah just want to give her. I want to learn more about. Yeah you know. She seems so intriguing and I get it though too like I can't. It's It's people people expect people to be a certain way and then when we get uncomfortable and get nervous we say things and sometimes those are can be offensive and rude and I when she said like people like call her weird or different and she's tired of explaining yourself for different reasons. I can relate. I can relate gets exhausting. You're just like you know and I'm not like that and I'm not like everyone awesome honestly. I don't want to try to be like that's great that you are but like you know whatever what's been so interesting to me about being on the show is how relatable every single situation is of we've all been in these same scenarios and how that's literally spread across the country. It's not just just one person. Yeah well that's why there's this park has has been successful and people always always still on because like love most relatable thing whether it's like and there's so many go like whoever you are whatever your sexual orientation is whatever your age is There's always issues as always struggles. We are dealing with their own problems. And it's it's also just really hard to navigate so That was that was a phone call. I really appreciate Cathy. Thanks so much for joining us. Thanks for having me a ton of fun. You'll have to come back. Yeah thanks for listening guys. Another great episode as always. We appreciate you tuning in Do we know who we have coming on Wednesday? We don't we don't know who is coming on Wednesday we front. Well we will at this point. I don't know yet so anyways. Make sure you tune in on Wednesday. We'll sure to bring you a wonderful episode and don't forget to send a senior questions that ask.

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"cathy" Discussed on Nonprofit Everything

Nonprofit Everything

05:50 min | 9 months ago

"cathy" Discussed on Nonprofit Everything

"Are there any good resources for ensuring problem free registration table at an event. Well I don't know if there's I'm sure there's checklist and resources out there but I got a whole list myself. So don't worry I'm not. I'm not going to go too detailed here. But here's where I've seen a goner go awry for organizations so a registration wasn't shut off four and event like you never had like an innate where people could register then you have people who come up and oh I'm here like I'm here at this event and you never even did the head count out for them. That can be a headache rate if you don't have a clean updated list like that. You truly every volunteer or staff member. Who is checking people in at registration doesn't have the same list or Doesn't you know nothing was updated or perhaps names got. I saw this happened. Once with an organization I worked with that. Somehow they did and excel sort where they messed up all of the first names and last names right. Thanks so then you know you're trying to find and you're like Oh this is the rate anyways and the even printed the name tags for this event off of that and you WanNa talk about some angry people. People were not upset that their names were not correct so so so some basic things like a race it seems like no brainers but but gosh like so important I also think there are chatty Kathies that are wonderful insert roles at events not registration. Because when you have a lot of people coming into an event you all at the same time and you have the Chit chatty person that wants to just be friends with everybody. It is awful for the people in line. They're frustrated treated so those people I would say you need someone who's cordial right. who gives a nice warm smile a good first impression but they are about moving people along because this God knows you don't need someone there forever so those are a few off the top of my head how about how do you have any So one one recent frustration for an event is that now there. They want everybody to give them a credit card so that they can put them on the auction and it takes forever number one Ernani. You don't really I get it. You're you're trying to get the silent auction to be more efficient but but it seems I don't know I always feel like the Kinda kills the. I'm never happy when I'm going to give in any way raging lead there and then somebody asked me for my credit card. I'm like do you know how much the table this horrible rebel. Shrimp are you. Nuts rubber shrimp jealous. Well it's good ones okay but so is the like figure Our Way to make the the the line not take a super long time and just don't add additional complexity. Just because you think it's GonNa Make Your Silent Auction Ending the process a little bit better that and but yeah. I don't know what else. Okay sorry I'm going to get get on tangent here because the other thing is is there's ways right so knowing how big this event is that the person wrote in or you know wrote the question about you see how. There's a reason people have blocks like the alphabet. Oh a through. H is your last name. Stand here like I think there are some good systems that help divided ups or not. Everyone's in a long line. And you know what those registration the people I know. Registration seems basic but they should get a little overview about basic questions. That are going to be asked that it is your first point of entry tree rate so you sit there and you know I come in. I'm checking in and I say hey. Do you know when the actual meals starts or do you know when silent auction ends or whatever. My question is and there's nothing nothing more frustrating than when that registration person just looks at you like with a blank stare and has no clue or then they're saying hold on. Let me go find that for you been and then holds the lineup. So maybe there's a designated person. I'm just saying this out loud and I'm sure people who throw events no the answer this but like maybe there's a designated person that's like if your answer person that you know. Let me let me bring so in or can you just step over there. And they'll make sure to answer your question or you know enough of the basics that you can answer it real quickly cause good good grief. You don't need people already annoyed before they've even walked into then you want them to spend money. You don't want them annoyed if I do have one thing. It's not the registration table. It's going to be a cash bar. Make sure that there are enough of them because the first thing you do you get the registration you walk by the garbage at the silent auction stuff and then there's a line of like forty forty people at the cashbox monceau painful. It just opened two or three more bars. It's still the same amount of money I don't know I find that much more annoying than the register. Have you know. Now I'm going going to diverge for a minute. Totally Office Mush based at you just sort of like squirrel. This is me and my squirrel moment so or you know when when you get that free glasses champagne or whatever ever like drink of the evening is when you walk into these things. I swear I don't know if this is on purpose. But there's like two servers with three on each platter and they're gone and then you're like I'm the one that's like I want the free dreams of he so the bottom line is don't invite style stacey and I Kinda hypercritical on nonprofit nonprofit Marketing Alliance that nonprofits presents nonprofit. Everything The podcast about everything nonprofit profit with your host and assured and Stacey Wedding Happy New Year Twenty twenty. Can you believe God. It's a a new decade for goodness. Oh so we have to figure out what we're GONNA call the last.

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"cathy" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

02:49 min | 9 months ago

"cathy" Discussed on WTRH

"Saying it in fullness that is why Cathy can have that heart of it is well with my soul he it is then my when he all my in the forest can you see this and this nothing.

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"cathy" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

03:27 min | 9 months ago

"cathy" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"I'm not saying I have any answers without problem but it's definitely a problem at I is very Jimmy Hart and I would love to somehow get involved with any kind of organization that is doing something to improve health education and general health lower income children and families and then for. What gets me excited right now. It really is a podcast. The podcast is still in its beginning stages so it's been so new and I've been able to meet so many incredible people and it's quite interesting because my whole motivation frustration. The podcast was to help others and educate others but learning myself so much in the process. Some guests are interviewed. Have had just a wealth of knowledge that I've been able to take in and it definitely gets me excited. There's days that I get up super early. Because I'm on the West Coast and some of the people. I interview are three hours ahead. And maybe they're not available to and I have a Monday to Friday job so I'm available usually from five pm until nine pm but there are times. That is like eight. Pm until eleven and it's too late for them so there are days. I will get up at four thirty in the morning so that I can interview somebody that I really want to interview him because that's nine. Am for them or this morning. I had another episode launch. I was really excited about so. I started work at seven. Am I got up an hour early so I could do all of my instagram posts? Promoting the episode. And just telling everyone about it so I guess it really is. What gets me going right now and just hope that somehow. I'm able to even just reach one person and either help them decide to start making some positive changes in their health or wherever they are on their health journey. If they can just get another push in the right direction I love that. I absolutely love love that. It's it's no excuses you know you're doing a fulltime job with a family and you're finding ways to get things done and I just absolutely love that Kathy. I am so glad that you came on to share your story with us and were open and vulnerable and I know that there are people out there. They're going to be going me too so I so appreciate you thank you. Well thank you so much for having me and listening to my story absolutely. That's all for this episode of the Toxin Terminator and we hope we've helped you remove the hidden toxins in your life or renew health. If you're looking to continue your journey towards full rejuvenation reach out to amy directly by visiting Amy Carlson Dot Com or your own one on one chat session as well as your free toxic risk assessment. That's a I m e pulp and DOT COM and remember. You are just one small. Change away from renewed help..

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"cathy" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

03:05 min | 9 months ago

"cathy" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"She has a phenomenal. Stir story that she's going to be sharing with us about how food and her food sensitivities have really been something she's dealt with her entire life from an early early age where she had truly meltdowns and Stuttering issues and our mom was really tying that into noticing a pattern with that win. There were certain foods that she was eating so she learned early on that. Hey there might not be some really great ingredients in our food and fast forward to becoming an adult where that all kind of flat but she really got hit saw upside the head where she had a lot of issues just screaming at her. Saying listen to me. And she's GonNa tell you what those symptoms word that she was faced with where she really started thinking about a. Don't just want to go on a diet and lose weight. I truly want to live a healthier lifestyle and that don't her in to really removing toxins from her life and it is a powerful story. Welcome to the Toxin Terminator Helping People to restore and renew their health by removing toxins from the home and their lives joining in as industry. Thought leaders help you understand the physical and emotional effects each product can have on you and your family and a safe alternative you can use to remove the hidden toxins for renewed health. Now please welcome your host the toxin. Terminator Herself Amy. Carlson and welcome to today's episode. Everybody's I have got Cathy Jamieson with me. She is so much fun. We met actually online of all places. She's another podcast host and I think once you kind of get into that podcast. World get entered into this whole other arena. Don't you think caffeine? It's been so much fun. All the connections and all the people that I'm meeting I I'm really looking forward to the journey. And all the people to meet swiped really fun it is so much fun and we're so glad that you're here I The opportunities just abound we get to meet people from all over the place. I've been interviewing people from the UK from Australia. Young I it just is is I it just mind blowing to me so I'm so grateful for these opportunities. Thank you so Kathy's podcast is called. You live your best life so i WanNa make sure that you guys are finding her podcast. Because I've listened to her episodes is she's really bring people on talking all about how we do that. How do we live our best life? And can you tell us a little bit of bought Behind what your creation for the podcast was.

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"cathy" Discussed on Big Brains

Big Brains

03:25 min | 10 months ago

"cathy" Discussed on Big Brains

"Twenty one thousand nine is coming to a close. Everyone is gearing up for. What's going to be the big story of two thousand twenty the election? The Field of Democrats eyeing the White House in twenty twenty keeps keeps growing and this weekend the candidates out all over the country making the case to voters that they're the one who can defeat president trump. And get things done. There's going to be a lot of pundit opinions and talking heads but as always will be turning to the scholars and the data to figure out what's really going on. There's no better place to start with the conversation for station. I had earlier this year with Professor Kathy cone about the assumptions surprisingly incorrect assumptions that we make about how millennials vote and engage in politics. This was an lightning discussion with information. That will be important to keep in mind as we navigate the election. I hope you get as much out of it as I did. This is the big brains. And I'm your host Paul Rand every two years you start to hear the exact same conversation the news before every single election election we talk about young voters and we say about young voters. Are they extra-motivated this year. Are they going to make a difference. We have been talking about at this for a long time. Trying to figure out where young voters stand has been a fundamental part of every election since two thousand eight when millennials were a decisive is a factor in Obama's store. Win In two thousand eight. He won the youth vote by sixty six percent though. Eighteen to twenty nine year olds made up only a a fraction of the electorate. They were crucial to his victory. I think the question will the youth actually turn out Barack Obama and fire them bigly each election Shen poll after poll tries to predict if lineas will show up and if they do how they will vote but one leading scholar says the way we've been trying to understand stand and tracked millennials is all wrong. There's a narrative out there that in fact there's this kind of monolithic millennial generation and in fact what we found is actually. There's quite kind of complexity to this generation and that if not paying attention to this generation. We're really going to miss important trends. That's Kathy Cohn. She's a professor in the Political Science Department at the University of Chicago. I think there's a kind of compelling need to understand the complexities of millennials and there isn't sadly to say there isn't a lot of data out there so cathy did. What top researchers do? She went out and collected herself. She spent a decade working with young people with the Black Youth Project and then in two thousand sixteen. She launched jen forward. Our survey of millennials across cross racially diverse lines. What's pretty amazing to me is when I go out and talk about Jen for people usually say studying millennials who cares and I said well? They're they're they're really important. A large share of the workforce largest share of eligible voters. They control about. I think it's one point seven trillion and buying power and they're also the most racially ethnically diverse generation that we've ever important group of people critical from the University of Chicago. This is big brains. A podcast about breakthroughs and research this reshaping our world on this episode the myths of Millennial voters in the future of our politics..

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"cathy" Discussed on VS

VS

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"cathy" Discussed on VS

"She's the Duchess of Insomnia branch choice and they're the high priest of the booty calls and that Smith you're listening versus the podcasts or poets confront the ideas. I got brought to you by the Poetry Foundation and Post loudness k possible brandy how you doing. I'm doing great vine Do me ban on my friends in college. WHO said I spoke didn't Espanol the whole time we live when we studied abroad. They were like your accent is awesome. It's okay. It's okay good. You know I'm like amazing grace. I was lost but now I'm yeah yeah. I mean important to take an l. once in a while yeah it's been a season of els. Actually it's I have a good I mean I feel like I had a low season for a little bit at the early part of this summer and I think it was a good and necessary low point select sort of lose myself in order to like actually find them that I wanted to find again. You know what do you mean by that. I mean that I got super depressed in a way that I feel like I haven't in a while but difference was like in the bottom of this. I was like well yeah. I don't WanNa die so suicidal thoughts on an option so like what is it that gets me out of this and it was a lot of like you know really saying like okay like if I feel too heavy to lift myself out of this. Would I need to leave behind in order to climb back up and I think it's been part of Saturn's return turning thirty and all this other kinda stuff to be like there are things as that you have been meaning to shed that she's still holding onto for so long and so there. Are these things that maybe you've you upon on his wins or at a certain point they were medicine. They were helpful which needs to lose it. You need to leave him behind and continue on towards a if not an actual victory towards a actual actual explain of stability examining in a real way my relationship to sobriety leaving behind a lot of like ego things that I have going on and you know and like part of that tuition. I feel a lot of anxiety about my next book coming out because my last book did so well and I'm like very nervous but also kind of excited I guess about the impending L. Maybe I want to l like with this next one wow you know it felt like not myself like a lot of the world and even the way like certain folks. Were talking to me. It was like oh he does win win win win win and I'm just like yeah but like losing also good you know losing reminds us who we are grateful for the Times that I've lost the you know whether material or not yes success is great heaton but not necessarily the best teacher moments might it makes you believe sometimes the lie of yourself to write and like buys you into that American lie that you've done it that your success is like this thing that your community celebrates actually really like. Sometimes you need to L. Somebody else can get a win. and that's you know and sometimes you need a l just to make you realize that like winning was never it you now now forget. It was never the point of the work. You're doing or the life that you were living and so here's an L. Remember that your human NB well with that for sure but I don't know you know I don't know I'm GonNa the rest of this for the therapist but later for later you know yeah we'll go. Get some chicken wings and talk about some els feeling some els or well okay so I think that by the time I'm this podcast comes out. It will be announced. I mean that I won a Russillo from the poetry foundation which is really moving to me and really like emotionally overwhelming honestly for a lot of different reasons but I think one of them is that ahead like a few years early in my poetry career until early in but whatever where I was nominated for a finalist and then didn't get it. I was like okay cool. Then was a finalist and like okay. Maybe this time then didn't get it. I was like okay cool and then I wasn't a finalist them and then I wasn't a finalist and then I wasn't you know and so it seemed as though oh I had been on a trajectory to some sort of like success and then something had fallen off if fucked with my head. It's hard it's it's I I mean we want to be really real with it because a lot of folks that were community with like had gotten so I can imagine it's like well what is different and like I was so excited for everybody but who got it but it was still like a strange thing but I also have been realizing recently that like I was really different writer at that point and and if I had just gotten everything then I don't know if I would have had to really interrogate my work and say what am I doing and what do I really want to to my Mo- Dri. What do I want to stick to outside of the idea of whether or not it'll bring me success and I think asking that hard question. I don't want to say that the lead me to like who knows what lead somebody to get an award but I think it at least pushed me to be a better writer scores so I don't know it's weird. It's really talk about once unsuccess- in in the context of a price but I think it's it all comes back to struggle without like the promise of triumph. Am for the ultimate teacher about ourselves about like where we are struggling in about like the project project of America and that's something that we got a chance to talk to our guest today Cathy Park Hong about. I'm really excited to get into this.

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"cathy" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

The Thing About Pam

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"cathy" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"But pam charged with anything in this case no after the trial prosecutor. Leah ASCII refused to reopen opened the investigation. She considered it closed in a written statement dateline. She said in part there was probable cause to believe leave. The defendant committed the crime. A jury was firmly convinced of his guilt. A judge was not what she didn't mention was what the judge said about the police investigation as a whole in open court he said this the investigation into the facts and theories of this is case by law enforcement is rather disturbing and frankly raised more questions than answers. We agreed so we kept asking questions questions like one about Pam. How long could she say flying under the radar not very long it was two months after Russia's second trial when she had to face betsy daughters in civil court over the long disputed rooted insurance money as soon as Pam got on the stand. She seemed incredibly confident in almost like she was in control. All that's one of our producers Christine. FILLMORE CHRISTINE SAT through the entire civil trial and like everything involving Pam it it was completely bizarre voted him La- Marie Up H. U. P. P. Right off the bat she she was kind of giving him trouble and not answering the questions or answering more than was actually ask of her and so the attorney asked for Pam to be considered as a hostile witness your defendant correct sorry. You're the defended defended the party. That's being sued in the incident. I can hardly hear you this. Is that correct yes. Did you hear the question. Okay okay judge. I'd like permission mission to examine. The witness is a hostile witness at this time. She was clearly ready for battle. Do you recall talking to detective McCarrick on June twenty fifth. Two thousand twelve correct yes..

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"cathy" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

The Thing About Pam

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"cathy" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"In May Two Thousand Fifteen. We're listening to Fam- hop and prosecuting attorney Leah Ascii a week before the hearing for Joel's moon emotion emotion. The two were seated in yet again a nondescript interview room. Ask You was clarifying if you things about the trust famine setup for I bet she's daughters. She didn't say worried. It's common sense. Actually both women were calm chummy in Asan. Make anybody rich person's slack jawed. Why would they even record but this. The dynamic was so odd as they complained about Joel. Schwartz ASCII began just blind entrance but I I just believe that the system the problems. I've had some tainted now yeah. I don't believe in the system one. There's lawyers along the way that the the this lawyer s that's Charles Neagh radio media. ASCII didn't like the way Joel was handling things and then the conversation got a little personal ASCII insinuated. Did you waited the reasons for filing. The appeal were juvenile justice. Somebody's got their. You know feelings her Schwartz. I used to lose it right and so that's really what it is now in in my being in essence about sesame. It's doing a disservice to the the taxpayers incessant. Listen here from the video. You got the impression. The whole situation was just one guy role to ask you and airing those opinions. She wasn't wasn't pam odds lawyer. She wasn't Pam ups. France far as we knew she was elected prosecuting attorney in Lincoln County Missouri Gossiping About Aww case on video tape videotape that would be made public but in the end none of ASCII speculations nations with Pam mattered because Joel's still came out on top after filing this motion. Russ's conviction was thrown out a new trial was ordered ordered for now he was released and preparations for the new trial began as part of that Lincoln County Sheriff's detectives conducted new interviews have used with Pam hop recorded naturally and she made a claim. No one saw coming. Bam told detectives she and Betsy had head of sexual relationship that she replaced with a husband would be for her friend. I never was in not with her. She loved more than just. I love you because you're whatever she was vastly relationship with two women who really aren't attracted to women explain it. It's not like she was a lesbian. I'm intact love everything about can't wait tweet Mike itself but such an evolution of emotional transfer. It's hard to know what to make. Mak- What Pam said here. She seemed to be implying that they weren't attracted to each other but became intimate anyway puzzling by by now Joel had successfully gotten Russ's conviction overturned he was working again with his colleague Nathan Swanson though neither one of them had any any idea what was coming in twenty seven years of doing this. I've never tried a case where I had no idea what the state's theory was going to be. There wasn't a whole and our defense again in other words. It was impossible for us to done this. We didn't know when she would allege. He did it how he would have done it what he would have done with with the evidence what he would have done what the clothing shoes pretty good at arguing. Frankly she was excellent. Arguing however there was no basis to support her argument and the way hey we tend to operate as we like to operate on evidence and that simply wasn't there well not quite. ASCII did have some evidence no witnesses at the top it off. She had an important letter a letter that supposedly incriminated Ross a letter that centered around who else am up but with all her excellent arguing be good enough for her to win this case a a second time.

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"cathy" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

The Thing About Pam

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"cathy" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"That is of course Joel is defense attorney who by the way let us conductors interview without him even being present. There's nothing that I can say. It's going to hurt them. Everything he's telling us the truth. There's nothing nothing you can ask Russ. That wasn't brought up in those two days of interviews with the police. I have interviewed other prisoners without lawyers but this this is like years later when the peels have run out those our producer cathy singer usually when it's fresh like this and there's an appeal possibility ability they don't want the client to say anything without them there because they could say something that would just you know be a mistake somehow how later in the appellate process so what was different about this guy was emphatic that respirator was completely innocent and if have we learned one thing from this story so far it was that if Joel Schwartz is emphatic about something it was probably best to let him do his thing unless you're pam of course because as emphatic as Joe was about his client's innocence he was equally determined to point the finger elsewhere. I'm Keith Morris. This is the thing about Pam a new podcast Josh from dateline. NBC.

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"cathy" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"cathy" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"That is of course Joel is defense attorney who by the way let us conductors interview without him even being present. There's nothing that Ruskin say. It's going to hurt them. Everything he's telling us the truth. There's nothing nothing you can ask Russ. That wasn't brought up in those two days of interviews with the police. I have interviewed other prisoners without lawyers but this this is like years later when the peels have run out those our producer cathy singer usually when it's fresh like this and there's an appeal possibility ability they don't want the client to say anything without them there because they could say something that would just you know be a mistake somehow how later in the appellate process so what was different about this guy was emphatic that referee was completely innocent and if if we learned one thing from this story so far it was that if Joel Schwartz is emphatic about something it was probably best to let him do his thing unless you're pam of course because as emphatic as Joe was about his client's innocence he was equally determined to point the finger elsewhere. I'm Keith Morris. This is the thing about Pam a new podcast Josh from dateline. NBC.

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"cathy" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"cathy" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"So here you are never imagined to be a situation choice like this and you're like never the first time I sat down with Russ Faria. He had just been convicted of killing his his wife Betsy. It was February two thousand fourteen Alan. You've been here now. I've been here at Colton since the day after Christmas December twenty six but I was locked up your urine county jail for two years. Beadman sentenced to life in prison and his future churn was looking rather bleak this one better than the other conditions here a lot better. The food's better the guards cards and stuff. I think tree you better here. Oh something but the amazing thing was Russ was not resentful. He was not better. Russ's attorney. Joel was preparing an appeal just then he thought Russ's case had a shot but appeals take years here's man they rarely succeed by the first time. I talked to Russ. We'd been asking around about him about Betsy about the murder investigation investigation for a couple of months. We'd heard so many conflicting stories. What was the truth but Ross his version of events never changed. It never strayed even when pressured by the police. The man did not wave her. You're Russ's story. His only story was that he was innocent. He loved Betsy. She loved him. He would never have kilter. Oh by the way lots of people say that sort of thing. I've heard it quite a bit but Ross Ross was different in what was it like to hear the guilty verdict your heart kind of drops but I was trying my best to hold it together because my family's behind me there and I I can hear them. Crying often wonder what that's like walking out of a courtroom being led out of a courtroom by the bailiffs and handcuffed walking through that door to God knows what being there two years and going back and forth to court ahead relationship with the bailiffs and the main bailiff Mr Daughter he he took his job very seriously and his job was to protect and take me as much as everybody else to give you back over to the jail we had to walk across is parking lot so him and another bailiff on either side of me kind of got the arms and held me up. I think if it wasn't for them holding me up probably would broke them mm-hmm because I was just devastated. I could understand where things went wrong. What happened and why things happen the way they did. I'm not mad broken a man holding onto a leaky life preserver. You really think you're GONNA get Outta Outta here someday yeah but the chances of veto we give an any idea. My Lord things are pretty good. Chance.

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"cathy" Discussed on The Stories Behind Wine

The Stories Behind Wine

15:04 min | 2 years ago

"cathy" Discussed on The Stories Behind Wine

"Podcast dedicated to the stories people places and history that influence the world of wine. I'm Christian OAKEN FOCUS and on. Today's show I sit down with Kathy and from courson winery and Saint Alina California. Kathy shares her story about what it was like to be one of the first female winemakers the Napa Valley in the late Seventies. We talk about how a one appreciation course at Pomona college put her on a path that would ultimately lead her to being one of the most respected acted winemakers in California she also shares her thoughts on why making and the evolution of Napa Valley from the late seventies to today. Here's Cathy Story. I'm Cathy.

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"cathy" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"cathy" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"Hi, Cathy, thank you for having me. This is going to be so fun. Your story will resonate so well with our audience because you took something that is a true passion project and has so much purpose in it and turned it into something that you really doing full-time. That's really soaring. So I wanted to sort of go back, give people a little bit of your background a little bit of your story of how you even started this and tell us a little bit about what complement is, and then we'll we'll see if we can go into detail on. Of your strategy and and see what we can extrapolate. So I want you just tell us a little bit about how you got here. Awesome. Okay. So I went to school, wasn't English major and decided that I was going to become a teacher high school English teacher. I felt really compelled to work with adolescents and that kind of tender age when kids are starting to make pretty big life decisions for themselves. Right, really impact the rest of their life. And so I was teaching English approach with this opportunity to teach in a program called avid, which stands for advancement via individual determination. And it's an educational nonprofit that supports the growth of students socially emotionally academically should prepare them to kind of break out of the cycles, the negative cycles that they were born into, like abuse addiction poverty, and become college and career. Eighty. And so a lot of the kids who I was working with at the time were coming from disadvantaged backgrounds. Some of them first generation American for Shanna ration- potential college students and to see the efforts, and then the chievements despite the tremendous obstacles that some of these kids were facing. For example, one of my students wrote her college admissions essays from the bed of motel six where her family was staying because she was homeless at the time. I mean, just tremendous things that I didn't experience in my very traditional middle class. Suburban upbringing was so inspiring because these kids just let nothing stop them..

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"cathy" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"cathy" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Do we have cathy's number yeah we're gonna hold on i'm really i'm gonna get no i'm going to do better i'm gonna patch us all together in a second hold on really new the left me say then the way you move away fallen in love oh just wanna lauren.

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