21 Burst results for "Founder And President"

"founder president" Discussed on The Bio Report

The Bio Report

03:26 min | 5 months ago

"founder president" Discussed on The Bio Report

"But from there, basically, we optimize the compound. And then we need to test for safety and do something called IND enabling studies and talk to the FDA. And then we'll be able to start a phase one phase two clinical trial in patients. So we're estimating at this point that we're about three three and a half years away from getting into the clinic. Your platform has brought application well beyond her degeneration is there any plan to exploit that through partnerships or in other ways? Yeah, thank you for asking. So, you know, we've had some interest from a number of pharma companies in the U.S. and outside the U.S. and so really those conversations are just getting started. But people have certainly been asking about other applications, both neurodegenerative diseases, but also diseases outside of the brain, things like diabetes and other sorts of diseases. And how is the company financed and how far will existing funding take you? Yeah, so thus far, we've been bootstrapped, which is another word to say, another way of saying self funded. My cofounder Leslie scholz and I, and so I was just basically completed being part of the winter batch of Y Combinator and so there that's sort of an accelerator that helps you learn how to raise money and those sorts of things. And so we're currently raising raising our seed fund, but I think we've had good response. So that's very, very encouraging. And YC, of course, Y Combinator makes an investment too. So we think we're pretty good. At least for this year. Beth Hoffman, founder president and CEO of origami Therapeutics, Beth thanks so much for your time today. Thanks so much, Danny. Great to be here. Thanks for listening. The buyer report is a production of the Levine media group to automatically download this podcast each week. Subscribe to our RSS feed or through iTunes or other podcast manager. To join our mailing list, go to Levine media group dot com. We'd love to hear from you. If you want to drop us a line or interested in sponsoring this podcast, send email to Danny at Levine media group dot com. Special thanks to general Levine who composed our theme music and the jungle Levine collected which performs it..

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"founder president" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"founder president" Discussed on Uncommon

"In this business. That sort of like an aha moment. I feel like us. Although it's no way near the same level of what you guys have done. We had a similar thing where you realize that the real estate of that link is so important like when people were putting up talent at neurology the bio on social that then got people just saying it and coming to austin saying like i remember one email got was like what is this like. Let's say the email is what is this. And i'm like this is a business. So you know you you five easy and now the first interactive products was pretty basic. And then you realize yet to go rebuild it. What else has been covered in the media. All the usual stuff where you know you nick. Mona was nick. Mona is recently raised. Money i think the made the big excitement is around the social communist off. Which is what. I want to get into but i guess i'm curious for you in the time that you've been in the business what's been the sort of best and worst thing about it. I think the best thing a few it was house to the agency and sorry we grew up. Pretty sustainably think we weren't necessarily thinking of it as like this is stott where we're gonna do the two because dot up things raise money all that so it was was bridge. Draft are in money into it and it was profitable until we raise not it was more profitable until a couple of years ago us rights and so that was probably those it a good thing because of what toward us but it definitely changed mentality now since writing money and in a way is the worst thing but in a way it was definitely less than around mood fop stop. We saw attraction early on. We should have moved a lot. Quicker weeded rog. Like so we we started. It was born in twenty six. Eight relay the mass of the big focus on putting a team around the separating from the agency. you'll that kind of stop Zony really baid an author us so whilst whilst it's technically five years the first link tree at went out there using a fat clients and are in use guy. it's really last tuneup. Threes at bain. Like massey troikas monetization in terms of the trial product. All that kind of stop so That the worst thing. But it's definitely a lesson. I think the best thing is like the variety of uses use cat sits in the fact that we can enable so many people to connect the audiences. Now that can help. In monetize went democratizing people getting online in a way that they couldn't fall building. A website is beyond a lot of people. Technically financially you. And i when we take the minute we can set up a square space for a week. So whatever pretty quickly and figure it out a of people that's beyond them and link trae allows them to get a line on the thirty seconds. Cradling tree breakout putting handles connect league off to all the relevant places. It's important to them. That's it that's the president that's their online presence down in thirty seconds in his firm so that same not being done organically. He's definitely the best thing the poverty cetane with gutter one hundred ten stop now across the world so building a team at building gatabo on board and also i believe in this. He's also the best thing. Yeah i think the was. The is the yet some of the challenges around light. We play replacing. The social space story is definitely a few moments solids people using it finished various various ways like misinformation spam way now on playing the same set Same levels as take platforms because of where we exist. having to putting proper trust. contains a lot of that stuff. He's it's not. It's the unintended consequences of your product. Like this in a way to good problem but it's also probably like i wouldn't say it's a great thing either when people using it for unintended whites. Yeah not also that stuff academic ads in any way a mean. Yeah it but i can see what you mean. It would be frustrating definitely. Yeah now survive when instagram band. Us thirty minutes. That was a hot sinking women of otit quickly. Rain cited we had account remember how many tens of thousands of out uses report. Report the band to instagram. They quickly rates as a mistake. It was just a bed. Algorithm thinking that you are ours was was something wrong with stan and star now. We haven't shit with instagram antique talking. All the platforms. So that was definitely alignment. Random yell pasadena's it but jala was that turnaround out of interest. Because i sold that was twenty eight. Whose was the day was a few days. Been thirty forty minutes. Oh well yeah so happened really. It was like maybe longer but it was to pretty quickly because they instantly we in reports from old that uses light instagram's using abandoned. My twitter was going off. And i was reporting instagram Wrong is wrong. And i quickly realized that that e- convenience they use it so they sent an apology and say that which was lucky. That must have been an aha moment as well because he must have been like. Oh shit like we are. We are here to stay by so now. Use vice definitely definitely will. I think that was always a lot of early. Feedback from people like You'd never go anyway. Instagram will do it themselves ban you whatever and we didn't really play into that we're like wall. Sits dot is instagram thing. Problem became realized was a lot bigger than just instagram. It was every sexual or call. Fragmentation across the jet exists. mastery. I mean how many social accounts. Yeah think eight nine ten. I think the average of the movies eight point nine. Everyone has if you think about that that between fourteen and was like four and a half the average ones so we realize the problem a lot bigger than just instagram will building it platform agnostic to everybody us. We believe the not whilst dot a day and yet floating uses compliment. It was still nothing was an associated..

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"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

Bellwethers Podcast

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

"Okay why don't we create a a race. A run in. We are so privileged in the us. Now things are opening up actually texas. You don't even need to wear masks. Where safe zone. so why. don't we take that opportunity which we should not be taken for granted that we would all come together and go out and make a difference and just go run for cost in ninety even ryan. If you don't wanna run if you're not good shave like me but you can watch or it can be to just come out there and just meet people in in Have a good time of community in fellowship. So june twenty sixth zero hosting of five k. Run walk which is three point. Three point two miles on white lake dallas. It's such a beautiful glazed surrounding lake. it's gonna be a great day great weather in we're gonna host race at eight. Am you can bill register at. Www dot five day for india dot org and we're also having a word show one walk which starts from june twenty sixth to july twenty six anti month. Barry are you can go into this portal. Sign up at the website and then be cure starting point beginning point when shared. Dining tying applauded picture Spends you meddle in the mail. But he can also create your own team. You can invite other people to join. We have prices for the largest team with the different sorts of prices were various categories can going through website and see all that The reason behind. Why don't mean bring our community together for a meaningful way to help people in india where suffering in our desires there that every every penny that comes out for this would help release some sort of suffering among the waldo people protea. Yes so you guys. Are that india dot org so make sure you'll guys go and I mean if you guys are in dallas dfw Personal one makes you guys do eighty six but if you guys are not in the data spot for the area or you're like anywhere the what you get Trust me mazing. People in india australia. Uk any part of the williams out. I you get you can just like do that. And i'll make sure you guys Applauded for that. Do the links. The linked. If i can for india Episode description to check it out at. It's gotta be amazing ovation. You guys Show for that. 'cause soviet you spend and the the money is a big deal thirty bucks and these spent thirty bucks for a lot of staff you know honestly we we offer sickly or like you.

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"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

Bellwethers Podcast

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

"That when we are in this story man who is just goosebumps like god this just for this one story or one of one heart touching woman that you wanted to uses. It was always that right the hours that we spend outside l. working the sacrifices that we make with dot families to serve the needy it is all worth. It was all worth it when we learned that story. It's just crazy amazing. You know any year that story. It's still like just yesterday evening. That man that is so different. You hear a lot of stars definitely. But you know you see the god's faithfulness to somebody who served him you know that's that's amazing the way that god is obviously for to us even be wander obey a straight but still still got God can never be. Faithless is always gotta be faithful to us. There is no way. God god never makes change to the promises that he makes us andy. what on what not given to that faster on for the family This just like all these things that happened with a lot of organization. Undergrad distinct ethnic. And i. I don't know how many of you guys know about this project. Live up by my friends and there's second chance by jasper ball. That's in hawaii. Lots and lots of these are just like a couple of people who are doing this but does lots of stations and one my friends. He actually said like a bad accident building a a temporary hospital in in zag. Because there's like they don't have they don't have hospital beds anymore so like building a temporary hospital temporary. Icu the ventilators all the Measure the craziness of how people are doing this help. People come up with ideas. Autumn said view to do this. You know the passion disease that they had to do something different. And that's what i see and you know all these organizations coming together to do something to make a difference. People for the people i mean..

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"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

Bellwethers Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

"We used that run our operations in for our crm purposes. So now we had this white network and we could connect dots with different coach in india. And we kind of we literally game. Connections in every state solid connections will make a trust and the we started to treat arch the beneath that that came across in every penny that was coming in at the same time. We were just just finding people to help with. Dachshund tonsils raiders with ventilators food on the table for bp supplies for frontline workers. And during that time it actually hits home in one of your family members also become infected with the situation. That's why my sister who lives in. Hyderabad was diagnosed positive for covid and she was actually looking for. Hospital bed biggest. He had thirty percent of lung damage after the scan. She couldn't find a bed for eight hours. Were hospital opping after hospital hopping and she finally went to a hospital. Got a bed in charge. Two thousand dollars just to get into the hospital in invent twenty-five thousand Per day on top of that medical fees so with thinking man for this. She had the resources to do it. But what about the millions of publishing own this like twenty fifty one hundred times are wage right. So how are these. were arriving. Our people getting the basic Oxygen food on their tables even for their families but little kids so we near that actually troll are ashes even march to go and seek out and help what came out of that is god actually broke some of our insecurities going out in actually sharing god's hard with the people that we know got hired to actually cater to those children that people are suffering in taking the heart of god inbreeding within our hearts serving in in talking from a place where it's not uh speaking but it's really god's besides speaking inland outdoors to the people so that broke some our insecurities if if you have noticed our just randomly go into ventilators show in our ask to be any gift these. The people are suffering. And i also realized we were suffering. Not because we don't have enough resources enough integrators. But they're not enough. Men and women of god stepping up the dappling these resources in channel researches india at that point so i felt a big burden and this was totally out of my comfort joined was thoroughly out of my teams virgil to just go out and be input ourselves..

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"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

Bellwethers Podcast

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

"Right and duty to provide with the basic message of oxygen food water in helping the frontline workers so we didn't know what to do at that point in. I just wanted to point out another thing which the period of waiting in last year when in twenty twenty one New york in some of the states in the us. We really wanted to help. And by that point win in no we were just a. We just are even now only three years into operations and we didn't know what to do up to scale dead kind of a relief effort in also that i had a major surgery had neck surgery to replace one night. This is always in my post operative period resting at home in. I was just struggling laying on my bed looking out the window during the news i would call my board members. What can we do in their re. Like i don't know what can we do. we don't have we don't know we don't have much influence we we just don't i was in such a desperate position where i am just lying on bed looking out the window not being able to do anything in whenever i call my friends really know me. Well arrest. You don't have to think about this right now. But in my heart there was big burden digest However capacity added that time too but john was just asking just wait in Weighed it was such a hard period for us especially for me that that waiting period was really chelsea but when out one year pass now when gordon india guard again in had this burnt when i heard the stories in india and i also bar members sparked to subjugate this is something big deal and this is something major news out thinly. Help and i have the same question that game of. How do we do this in a last year. I wasn't a desperate bush now again. This is happening in the venture which is our own country to in county. We help show as i said. Even though our vision was to help wanted women children. We have vivid in hill in. We started by praying. In where i remember in my but one of the board meetings that we had we just had such burden that the holy spirit bring us the every single member of the team. We're just like let's leave aside all strategy..

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"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

Bellwethers Podcast

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

"Thank you so much for tuning into the bullet podcasts. It's such a joy to be with you guys once again and today at how one of my good friends dobson Jest downton is based out of dallas texas. He's from from. He's me so All those guys you know. It's like we got out of me on the spot but also he's also doing something which is really really amazing is the founder and president of aetna life at namings nations and He's going to speak about the name and all those things but ethnic has been doing a marvelous work in india in times of cohen They've been they've been putting ambulances on the ground giving oxygen oxygen oxygen cylinders providing all the back of that they can alter the grounds in india to all people to healthcare workers to people who are in need and also. They're doing something that is really amazing on the twenty six. Th of this month. June twenty six at dallas that having a marathon scholar fight gave for india dot are. It's it's basically it's got run for india and we'll be talking about all that but for the decades despite this. It's such a joy fleischer on to have you here today. Thank you at the. It's an honor for me to be with the really love your heart to see young leader so i step into your search talents and skills for lord such an ira to be with you today. It's awesome so disliked talk about ethnic at just a this tells what it is show. Absolutely the we're not name means. People groups our nations in. I always believe that it's really close. To god's are god loves every nation every people group despite a race religion. How look the way you speak. God loves than those Close to god's part in the desirous actually bring my heart after agenda class called perspectives in mission. Where the class actually connects the entire bible together and doxa about the big inning and the end and how. It's all one story in how it's got story in how each one of us are part of god's story and how important each wanna fleiss are for god in how. He's weaving Story in the privilege and honor that we get to be part of the bigger story. So that's dexter whole journey. God took me through in starting at night but at may also started because of a passion that got in my heart that was initially for music in we ear at may believe that true bashing thanks purpose taking passion in desire to do something really well in excellence in how you can leverage passion to find your rbis in serving others in bringing glory to god through the various skill sets the through the various talents that you have so that was the original idea and we believe that as i said through passionate purpose so we were looking for like minded individuals. Not just in the creative side but also in the carpet side. You're passionate passionate. Cyber security being passionate connecting out podcast embracing other leaders of of.

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"founder president" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur

The How-to Entrepreneur

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"founder president" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur

"Or there's that whole group of consumers that are out there just they don't wanna touch the you know that that real of you know how to put it. It's like they might think that truly your that cost college to college vibes. Yeah and it makes total sense. Because i mean if you look on social media that it's pretty much at every college party on every boat with the stripper pole. It's surrounded by so spun without market for sure. Really really excited about this design and we really feel like you know what we we could bring something to. Market consumers are gonna like in terms of inflation the tequila industry as a whole right. I mean were good with it and did the taste testing to that. Take anywhere near as long as the original blanco or out. It was it was it was a lot more to it. For example like for quila. Obviously we had. But you've had you've had a of some Products in some have very artificial flavors so found this as we thought phenomenal and what he's for example line. It's the extracts Mutates raced through in our product. You know you really nice. Natural flair to and it was all learning process to me carbon nation. How much carbon you want in the product was Was something i you know i was like. I love chicken. It's really well know like you know it's really easy. Just want to end. In the preservation factor of making sure that is raging product under twelve percent and for alcoholic domestic forty percent. You don't have anything to worry about at five percent with. You gotta be careful know. We needed to make sure that this product you know had a category shots shelf-life too long shot by to where we weren't experiencing issues or bus importantly consumers with this new branch brandon issue. So there'll be a lot more to it. Okay and has there been anything that we didn't touch on her mentioned. You sorta wanna hit before. We moved more rapid fire questions and wrap up See again okay. Well that makes two of us. What's what's your flavor tequila or seltzer and you had to pick from all of them Miekel rep donna. Okay okay saying look at least a So being in your industry you've got to keep up to date on sort of what's going on out there with with everyone else. All the other businesses people are marketing themselves Branding where the winds are blowing so to speak you. Follow anyone in the industry. Any gary v's of your industry or anything like that. Maybe entrepreneurial from the marketing side. You know what i i. Try to stay up to brand with anybody. Anybody everybody that can obviously major players in the business what they're doing To be specific. I i can. I can reference offhand but anything everything that's happening within our industry. I think is is very information especially people with innovation and whatnot. One person may be. I could reference I forgot her last name But she just launched what she was seeing lots of branko twenty one seats and it's a very female centric brand at flavored tequila. And they're doing some really really great marketing rape visuals things like that and berry very much focusing on email market in a in a in a in a in a way i'd never seen before they're definitely doing something different. Yeah awesome. I'm actually gonna check them out and working people go to find out more about the brand more about you. Maybe get in touch. Yeah i mean. I go to. The main source is our website and kill dot com. What we want to do is create websites with bottle shots in really good fish. But if you look at you go through that site you'll notice that you can take a tour to steal your really learn how to made it whatnot and really experience. Our brand in a different learn more about biko deal feeder. Reach out via that site it. I'll probably see that email. Be happy to connect with anybody. Everybody out there. The ospel linked in whatnot. But again i think those two areas Would be good starting points the the website and you're linked to and in the show notes so perfect. Leave it right. There is a briefing co founder and president of mecum spirits. To kill off arch seltzer. Thanks for coming on the show today and sort of billing that half glass all the way up thanks to you. I really appreciate the time. This is awesome one award. You guys were hanging out with us to the end of the show by sharing a final word from one of our sponsors american dream you the nonprofit designed to provide our veterans obtained the education resources. They're going to need in order to find their dream job or start their own business. They host events up military bases looked with the best speakers tools and information. It's thanks to our military that we live in a country where the entrepreneurial dream is is possible. It's thanks to our military that we live in a country where the entrepreneurial dream possible. This is their way of giving back. Check out their facebook page or their website and american dream. You dot org..

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"founder president" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"founder president" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"To run out. They had to sell the last cold chain. Dake dates from money lenders. At very high interest rate some women left behind just randomly because they could not go some began to talk of suicide. Some have committed suicide so depending because we really bad for victims of sex trafficking and they children. I think that is extremely important. Information that you outline the about populations many of us may not even think about that are being affected in such a deleterious man are but i wanna go to the formation of up night up in some of the story around that because dan we can speak to one nine meals on. It's important even more. But i you're a journalist and you're traveling. You're a paul and you start. Scores of villages would missing girls. And so i wanted to hear more about how the documentary the selling of innocence. Which you produced in nineteen ninety six and by the way congratulations. You want an emmy award for it. But i want you to tell me just a bit more about how that journey began. I was a journalist at that time. And i was walking through the hills of nippon looking at how villages manage the natural resources. Ben i came across rows of villages with missing guns and of course my journalist instinct to cova announced the man who was sitting playing cards drinking tea sitting in the sun where these guys will. In some of the men were haas died but few unsold and they said boom to know the orlando bombie. Now bombay was like fourteen hundred kilometers and these villages was so remote that even the hy-vee was far for them. So i was curious and i thought how can so many people be in bombay. I began to follow the trine. And i found to my haro. The flesh trade existed in my lifetime my generation my country that was a smooth supply chain of traffickers from these remote villages in the hills of nevada. Into the of bombay. There was the local village. Procurer who could be Niba and uncle was drawn sport a drunk driver. Who will put these guys into these trucks and buses. That was the corrupt border. Guide would allow guns to be taken across the border. Smuggled on the other side were large. Keep us in india who took these goods for two or three days in very shabby rooms. Be dentist off them. Drug them till liberty to do anything and then. These girls were handed over to another set of transporters traffickers who would take them to the pim's of the broncos in bombay calcutta and sell them as low as one hundred dollars two hundred dollars and then these girls would be handed over to brought the managers locked up for the next five years and raped by eight or ten customers a night..

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"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

Bellwethers Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

"Saints a maternity home you know i would start maternity home but i need a million dollars or whatever when i really just feel like guide is saying to all of us like what's in your hand right now like. Do you have a couch. Do you have a seat at the table you know. Can a girl do standard capital. you know. start with with something. God starts opening doors. Sometimes we over complicate the things that we That god's calling to do because we you know if it's five hundred steps between where we are right now to the ultimate goal of what we wanna do. We think we have to. Have you know. Step one two three four five six planned out first before we even take stuff one when really guy just wants us to take step one and then he'll show you what the next one is and the next one is and even with race grace when we started like i tend to go too fast you know and so once we get ahead of god in one we. You start realizing. Oh we're supposed to start this nonprofit. I got all the paperwork and the irs paperwork and kind of got intimidated all of a sudden of like. Oh this is kind of a big deal. You have to have by laws that you have to have a board you know in all this stuff. It's it was in his a lot of papers. And i just want help people like you know. All of this stuff is just kind of complicated. And my husband was four. He's like. I just really think you're supposed to when you have to have money to start a nonprofit and we didn't have any money in you know any kind of embrace grace account or anything in my husband's like for amy you're supposed to do. I said you know what i think. I want the money to fall from the sky. Like that's when i'll know. Because i don't this is kind of intimidating and i don't wanna go five years down the road think. Oh you went too fast like you actually weren't supposed to start this when you know when it gets really hard. I want to have that confidence. That i am being obedient in his timing. So i'll go ahead and keep leading. My group's i'll start filling out the paperwork and doing what i can. But in the meantime to wait on him and the money to fall from the sky of i'm supposed to start this as an official non-profit so one of the first things on the paper is make your mission statement and your vision statement and it's kind of hard to put your dream into one one-sentence and so is trying to craft that and working a little bit here and there outside a leading groups on on on that well i prayed. Ask god if you want me to do this then please you know. Make money just happen..

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"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

Bellwethers Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

"Just knowing that there's community support training all of these churches on how to empower their members to go out and community and look for these people for sure but even with all the pro life organizations as a whole. What i see is making a really big impact is just vulnerability and you know if you think about twenty thirty years ago and i mean older women you know that have experienced unplanned pregnancy years ago. When really she was sent away to like a maternity home and there was a lot of shame around that and they didn't talk about it. Maybe they forced. I've heard stories of forced adoption and You know mom's taken their daughters to abortion clinics. because there's so much shame in. That still happens but it doesn't seem as prevalent about a today now. It's were a little bit more open of struggles of like you know my daughter's pregnant or i'm pregnant in. Its near not necessarily sent away as much anymore as it was thirty years ago and then also i think women and men talking more vulnerable about their past. Abortions is also helping ally because abortion is a trauma obviously to the child but it's also a trauma to the mother and the father. You know the around so it's really kind of seen sort of metoo movement. You know a little bit with abortion an abortion healing and and we have even with oliver embrace grace leaders we never marketed it to the two women that have experience abortion or anything. But we just haven't noticed that a lot of women that have experienced an abortion are leading embrace grace groups and it's because they want to be the person that they wish. They had years ago in their life when they made their abortion decision. Like they wanna be the change That they want to see in the world and that is making a huge difference and you know revelation twelve eleven says we overcome by the blood of the lamb and the word of our testimony. And so i. I think number one. You know if anyone is listening out there that has experienced an abortion. I just wanna say that. You're not disqualified for ministry. You are qualified and that guide. It is just a question away. You know forgiveness is there for you and with with revelation. Twelve eleven sharing. Your story is so healing. And i mean so many women that whispered in my ear. You know. I've only told one or two people but i'm healed and you know i wanna say go connect to an abortion healing group. There's so many washing healing grooves pregnancy centers around the nation churches around the nation archer does one at every campus abortion. Healing groups are so powerful and then after that like go find a place in the movement like where where. Where did you feel like you wish you had support in. You made that decision and it could be embraced..

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"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

Bellwethers Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

"I was completely blown away like there were hundreds thousands of people that were passionate but hundreds of organizations that were represented at this conference which is a tiny little glimpse of of the movement but of people in boots on the ground. That are really making a difference. And that are really wanting to help these women and they're not necessarily activism organizations which. I think that there is a place for that too and berry necessary but they're also just like real hands work like what is it that you need in. I just was like how. Am i gonna church my whole life and did not know this. I didn't even know. What pregnancy center was these pro-life You know they're in our communities everywhere. I had no idea in fact when i had an unplanned pregnancy myself almost had an abortion. Never knew i've never heard of pregnancy center. We just googled abortion clinic and went straight to abortion clinic. This was twenty three years ago. And i think se at search engine optimization and all about it's gotten a lot better now so when people do google that pearland organizations are popping up which is awesome but back then. It wasn't a thing that we went straight to the abortion clinic. I ended up hyperventilating passing out in the abortion room. And so i ended up walking back out telling the father my baby. You know. we're still pregnant and we just decided. Okay we're going to figure this out together. We were terrified. We thought her life was over. Our dreams were over in all the enemy lies and tells you like every worst-case case scenario that could possibly happen. You're in panic mode and all of that and And so we ended up choosing life and we had a son named jason. He's twenty two now. I just can't imagine my life without him. He just graduated from oral roberts university with a degree. -nology is getting his masters now and he's just got married and i just can't even imagine my life without him but i was very close for him to not be here. And so one thing that i've noticed within the pro-life movement is there are people that talk a lot about it about being pro-life and boating a certain way and all of that and i think that's good but there has to be action behind it to you know pro-life is a stance and pro love as an action and like i said before. It's god's kindness lead repentance. We have to be showing the kindness of the lord to these women and we can't as believers say you know. Keep your baby. Don't have an abortion. And then they choose life and then say okay. Good luck hope. It works out for you in you know in the us we have roe versus wade. Which is the big. You know The court case that made abortion legal in if that ever did get overturned say it did there would be lots of women that are and they might not want to be pregnant and we can't as a church to say good luck like we have to be able and ready to help practically spiritually and emotionally to say what is it that you need. How can we help you work. You're not alone. We're going to walk alongside you and i even was talking to a girl the other day that did embrace grace a year ago and.

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"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

Bellwethers Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

"What dreams happen just helps them dream again when i know their value works and so really instilling that embraces all about as in stealing matt and empowering them as women like you are strong in planned parenthood and and the other narrative is you know. You can't have your baby and your dreams to you're going to have to you know it's going to be hard. Which of course it is art. But you're going to have to have an abortion in order to you know finish school or having abortion in order to have your career that you want or whatever that is not as not feminism to me that is like you're not strong enough narrative whereas feminine. Feminism i believe is. Upn have your baby and your dreams to yes. It may be a little bit harder but it the baby is like the fuel that makes you even want to work harder like a baby is always a blessing in so just trying to change. The narrative of black women are strong and with god. They can do they. Can they can do this you know. And he chose them out of all the women in the world to stewart alive whether they placed their baby for adoption or whether they choose to parent they get to choose and steward. This likes that. He gave them his. Every baby is a blessing and a baby is not a thin. A baby is a miracle no matter how it gets. You the Women if you if you look at jeremiah. One five one of the most quarter script scriptures. It's as you know before i Before you have formed in your mother's womb. I knew and you know and i've been Some if you actually look at the roadways that means that new you mean ziada which means intimately knowing and before the baby's born to this world god intimately knows that person and whether irrespective of the gender or which family they're born born into and i believe and that is something very used that most people don't understand and they're like you know yeah no no as it is just a couple of cells but you know that is something that's not..

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"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

Bellwethers Podcast

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"founder president" Discussed on Bellwethers Podcast

"Hey guys thank you so much for tuning into a brand new episode of the belva those podcast and today. We are starting a new series. Women's mind As you all know that mars is known as a memphis remind and march eighth international women's day and this month we're going to feature five different women all throughout our series where made the difference stood up. And you know who..

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"founder president" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"founder president" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A pardon for its founder, president Trump is not expected to give him one bucks is Kristin Fisher. A blizzard in Japan with near whiteout conditions caused a massive traffic accident today involving more than 130 cars and trucks. It happened on the Cojocaru Expressway in northern Japan. In HK reports, dozens of people were injured and at least one killed. Stocks in Asia finished mostly higher today on hopes a new U. S administration will provide more economic support and better efforts against the pandemic. Wall Street was closed yesterday for the MLK holiday. Dell futures up about 130 points at this hour. America's listening the Fox News W E Mail news at 502. Good morning, everyone I'm John Mathews. Here's hoping you've planned out your commutes for the next couple of days. If he depend on bridges to get you into town. Most bridges into D. C will be closed starting at six this morning with inbound traffic. Both vehicular and pedestrian stopped until 6 a.m. on Thursday. Among the few exceptions are the chain bridge and the key bridge. Although inbound key bridge traffic will have to turn left. With no access to Georgetown or the waiters Freeway. You are encouraged to enter town from the East, if you must, for my 2, 95 North and East Capitol Street, Benning Road or New York Avenue, both the American Legion and Wilson Bridges on the Beltway remain open as well. Lobby day in Richmond proved to be a much quieter affair than either police or organizers expected with caravans of vehicles decorated with pro gun rights slogans. Driving through downtown Richmond has other activists, some of them heavily armed, walked the streets. The activists that time We're outnumbered by media and police officers organizer Phillip Van Cleve initially blamed the state for.

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Visibility is on the ballot

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

04:26 min | 2 years ago

Visibility is on the ballot

"Today were diving into women of color that are on the ballot, and also what candidates and campaigns need to be doing better to reach out to black around and indigenous communities. We have Glenda car, the CO founder President of Higher Heights. So if you listen to our episode before this with State's attorney I, use your bray boy, she was wearing her black women. Lead shirt so that sure comes from higher heights and we have Lynn when the political director for run API I a new initiative that just out of the gates gained so much attention and is doing wonderful work and I can't wait to dive into talking to her about the amazing things that they're doing. But in typical BG fashion, we have to start off the. Conversation by talking about Howard Brown rose got involved in Politics Lynn, let's start with you. What made you want to do this work I met you when you are on Standard Booker's presidential race landward with on my best friends in the booker who has the flow colder actor we immediately had energy I appreciate offer letting even on here I. Think what's so I just? WanNa start. It's it's always a struggle for us like Asian women thinking. Okay. If this is a speech for Black and Brown women do we do we belong in us as organizers in the space that we challenge ourselves on every single day? I, appreciate the all see us as part of his fight Abdu I'm no my start in politics it was in high school. I had to fulfil my community service hours as Eilly volunteer for my local mayor's race. Obviously had no idea what organizing wise what it meant to talk to voters. And it wasn't until our college when I was organizing around development movement was like Oh shit. Okay. So this is what this is but I think what's really interesting is that it's I think for me because I get asked that a lot especially with the next generation of organizers coming in and it wasn't so much like what what started this interest. But it's been in especially in the last few years it's been the women around me that have kept. You know and it's like it's it's I. Think we often you'll so burnt out in this process but it is absolutely been like this networks like very intentional network of women that have kept here. Sorry and we will go to Glenda and it's weird for me. y'All not to see Granddad two or three times a month. That's how often we would just see each other at different events conferences in even when we get on the phone I'm like it's my Glenn like I miss you so much but I'm super excited to have her here. Today Higher Heights. It's an organization that I've been involved with or a long time. Now is an organization that I give a lot of my time my coins as well because that's important the when that's how us what each of this work you know I come from a politically active family I mean I don't think they overtly would call themselves that but others did right and so I am a daughter of a Caribbean immigrant migrated here. My mother picked him up next door literally like WHO's this guy next door and David got married and? Had three children and the baby and my father was a community activist right in. Here's a man that didn't become a citizen until the later part of his life because he wanted to vote for his friend Joe Lieberman and But everybody assumed that he was like he was the political light Caribbean political maker in the community about making sure people registered to vote he was very active in and So was my mother on my eighteenth birthday I'm sure my parents gave me a jewelry because that's what they gave me at every birthday. Don't remember what was didn't don't wear it is but they registered me devote my mother put me in her car drove me down to city hall and registered to vote in until the day she died she called me and my brothers on major elections to make sure we. voted. So it was just kind of ingrained around our civic civic engagement But I thought it was going to be a musician went to Music Conservatory and was Likley engaged on campus. As we all are particularly go to a predominantly white college. There's always some takeover

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"founder president" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"founder president" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"What, what is the biggest reason you? Any state or local areas coming up where people bring a debate or their contentious about that point what what is one one reason they give for wanting someone to marry it seventeen or sixteen or something? What is the logical reason that they're giving? I don't understand it. I don't understand it but senator I'll can give you an example of Californian. Senator Jerry. Hill in twenty seventeen from northern California. ICU scituate of his came to him and she said a friend of hers it it's going. She's going to be forced into marriage as a minor in discount happen and she found out that it's legal in California and she wants to end that and so he thought it was a no brainer. And he introduced legislation sp two, seventy, three, no child marriage under eighteen exception. It was watered down so bad that the. Proponents of it basically hands off and they said, no we I'm sorry. We cannot support this bill anymore the way it was watered down. It no longer speaks to the goal of child ranch under eighteen exceptions and some of the opposition came from. Unforeseen quarters like. ACLU and. You mean. University. No Excuse me what is ACLU so? I. Am American Civil Liberties Union. Okay And or civil liberties union was against. They they felt it's against the fundamental rights of. Marriage and religion. But what about the? What about the rights of the child to have a safe child ton And so. Neither ACLU NOR PLANNED PARENTHOOD Opposed it in the other four states, but they did here in California. So we're trying to build a coalition, we started a the California coalition to child marriage in on September fourteen twenty, nineteen We had a town hall meeting at American. UCI University of California Irvine, at the law school there and we co hosted it with a UCI initiative to end family violence. And we launched the California coalition to end child marriage and we have partners in it and. The partners in the group, and so people can go to see a coalition to child. Rights Dot Org. And its partners in the partners are either victims, survivors of child match, elected officials, organizations, our community leaders..

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FinTechs Pandemic Pivot with Cross River CEO Gilles Gade

KindredCast: Insights From Dealmakers & Thought Leaders

06:42 min | 2 years ago

FinTechs Pandemic Pivot with Cross River CEO Gilles Gade

"Hi everyone is Rei and welcome back to kindred casts I'll sitting down today with my friend Jill gave the founder President and CEO of Fintech powerhouse and Unicorn Cross riverbank crossover was started by Jill two, thousand eight as one branch bank located teaneck new. Jersey. At the technology company now, powers companies like affirm circle best a coin based rocket loans stripe of star and transfer wise at are backed by big investment from Ktar, a French battery ventures, Andriessen, and Lyari. Issue over the past twelve years, the firm has grown to three hundred fifty employees providing over thirty billion dollars in loans over eighteen million customers, and during the crisis crossover helps nearly two hundred thousand small businesses would be yuan's through the paycheck protection program, which really puts it in the company of the big banks like Bank of America Vicki Morgan Wells Fargo Right? They're pretty impressive and very helpful to our overall recovery drinks endemic last two years it was named the most innovative bank to work for. Job GonNa try to give you a run for your money on that one here line. But I WANNA wish you. A Happy New Year it's a real pleasure and honor to kick off the year in the Jewish calendar fifty, seven, eighty, one podcast, and as I like to say when you have gone for over five, thousand seven hundred, eighty years, there's downs, ups and Dowse said via a shot at the by pleasure to. Today. It's real pleasure. We've. Meeting of last year's restaurants and and peers of isolation and zooms that in person you're one of my first meetings safety and security and I really wanted to stay closed during this dynamic given how busy you've been thus give everyone a background here because I really think through cross. River. Everyone here is going to get a lens of not only the fintech universe and where. We're going in banking what we've come from, but also what has been going on on the ground during the period in helping so many businesses on Main Street get back on their feet again, and that's really why this is such a story around business and building value but also round helping people around a real heartening narrative that I really wanted to to bring out here to. Tell us how the company was founded. In An Giang aid is a quite an unusual and interesting story towns came to be across different, very ginning. Sure. So I don't want to log on the history because I think the more recent stories much more fascinating just trying to help two hundred, thousand small businesses get back on their feet. As, been. Me Crowley the biggest side, my career and I think probably would be the highlight those anybody spuria stage. So something that's we're very proud of York buster the go back in time. So I came to the United States in Paris fries whenever airs went to school there worked a little bit I was actually analysts that CPR venture capital in Paris. Working on. Some of the first. Time nineteen eighty, nine, hundred ninety in Europe actually, and then crossed the Atlantic came in Nineteen ninety-one go to job at bear stearns I was in International. Working on. Of. Banks insurance companies. So that was my first foray on shown initial services got very fortunate. I. Wide. I landed in finishing the group at bear stearns and our retrospect you gentlemen standing of our God does things and just put. So you know some pebbles along the way that one day you're going to be caught to inspire where you heading in. Then I took a Atas when I got married and I went to learn fouls. Wow Yeah Joe Jr ethics, which is a commentary on the on Jewish law. In companion. I did ask a couple of years came back to of making this time. The only job I could land was open difficult to give back to the market I worked for Barclays Capital. Zoom one of the Thomas Tell you that made you on jump back into banking. More by necessity. With all the day will undoubtedly the feedback I needed to go back to work I. Think. All my life savings where it's only exhausted it's not a life that was prepared to date or the rest of my life. So regretfully, so because it's it's really fascinating as size definitely intellectually stimulating. Question about it but I still enjoy doing it. By the way I still earned every single day studying law in this is something that will stay with me Probably you know for the rest of my life. A lot of good business lessons and haven't company in the home. Absolutely I mean there's definitely a concepts of humility ethics respective others listening to the position particularly respecting the physician and there's always a counterpoint that. Is Truly a hundred centre-right nobody's abso-. Medium. Or these always way and ruth compromise, and this is only a life lesson that is invaluable. And by the way, you know any book that I've Read Entrepreneur and as points to she's. Have successfully led their companies through an exponential organization at goal example, Faisal Volleys. So just running about them under different concept different setting and they're trying to allies them intellectually and then trying to fly them. Businessworld is something that I was very fortunate or being able to do the. So you hundred that's that was very formative for me and trolley in the central step along my travels and my journey in becoming the COO crosser in that like say like the only job I could land at the time was in technology banking and nothing about technology. For aqueous capital. 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EVO Cancelled After Accusations Towards Co-Founder Mr. Wizard

The Esports Minute

01:28 min | 2 years ago

EVO Cancelled After Accusations Towards Co-Founder Mr. Wizard

"Amid dreams and the sports minute presented by e sports network. It's just the Cherry on top of what was a crappy week in sports and the game community as large ego is, or maybe I should say was one of the most prestigious events in east sports as the top event for most fighting game titles. This year, the competition and moved online due to the pandemic, but after allegations of sexual misconduct towards Joey. Cuellar the CO founder President. Eve Online has been outright canceled Kular, better known as Mister. Wizard was accused of acting inappropriately towards teenage, boys, Multiple Times mikey crack prawn fan was the one step forward. The allegations publicly after those allegations went public Capcom nother Rome and band dynamic. Oh, all pulled their gains in the event. In addition, casters players also pulled out leaving Yvo, no choice but to cancel the event Yvo says sever all ties with cooler going forward, but he was a key part of the creation of Yvo and actually decision event from its Co. founder will be difficult. Defining game community was splintered this week. This is just one of many many allegations. Put forward by various. Various members of the community for much larger conversation about what's happening this week. The myriad of allegations and the lasting effects on the FTC I've just published an east sports network podcast episode with fighting Gabe writer Danny. Howard we cover these topics in depth, my condolences and the goal of sports network go out to

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Page Gardner, Founder & President of the Voter Participation Center

The Electorette Podcast

05:12 min | 2 years ago

Page Gardner, Founder & President of the Voter Participation Center

"I'm Jim Taylor skinner. And this is the electorate on this episode. I have a conversation with page Gardner. The founder and president of the voter participation center the Voter Participation Center has helped over four point. Six million voters register and get to the polls and page card was a pioneer and identifying key voting bloc. She was one of the first to recognize unmarried. Women as a key political population one with significant and impactful political power. He's Gardner and I discussed what's called the marriage gap. That's the gap between unmarried women and married women in relation to their registration habits and voting behaviors. We also discussed this in the context of the corona virus outbreak. Given that unmarried women generally have less financial stability when compared to married women so without further. Ado here's my conversation with page partner Gardiner. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you very much great to be here so I was looking at your numbers. And since two thousand and three voter participation center you've helped around four and a half million voters registered to vote and get to the polls which is a massive amount of people millions and millions of people. And that's that's really incredibly impressive. But I'm just curious you know two thousand three. It feels like a lifetime ago and it wasn't but it feels like a lifetime ago and I don't think that voter suppression or voter issues for mainstream. Then what encouraged you to get into those costs to become interested in you know registering voters? So it's interesting that you bring that up. We have helped over point. Six million people applied to be registered to vote and hundreds of millions of people. Turn out but just sort of tripping down memory lane in two thousand I looked at the election of Gore versus Bush and noticed the difference between married and unmarried women in terms of how they voted and their share of the electorate and unmarried women. Married women voted very very differently with unmarried women voting for Gore in married women voting for Bush and I wondered about that and the share of the electorate of unmarried women was really really small in terms of their strength in numbers in terms of the voting eligible population. So that leads to lots and lots of research and the key question was was this sort of a just an observation or was there causality in marital status in other words does marital status determine whether or not you register and whether or not you vote. And after years of research and looking at things like articles from Census Bureau scholars to doing our own research it turns out that marital status along with age and race are key determinants of whether or not you register and whether or not you vote so then. The question became if unmarried. Women are unregistered and higher numbers than they should be. How do you reach them? So then what we did at the voter. Participation Center was pioneer mail based voter registration targeting particular demographic all across the country and that was really a revolutionary. We created for the first time the first list of unregistered people in this country. Because as you know no state keeps a list of its unregistered citizens so we had to create a list of unregistered unmarried women. Nail THEM VOTER REGISTRATION APPLICATION. And then make sure that voter registration application got sent to the appropriate elections official. We did that after a number of years. And then it turned out that this process was successful with other underrepresented demographics persons of Color and young people. So that is how our program's evolved to include what we call the rising American electric which is unmarried women persons of Color and young people who are now sixty four percent of the entire voting eligible population in the country today. More than a hundred and fifty million people yet. They're underrepresented in terms of their registration rates. And they do not vote and they are not as large as share in. The electorate would suggest that they could be while. That's incredible actually had no idea that before voter participation that there was no way or no one was tracking unregistered voters. And now I'm curious. How did you do that? How did you track now? Who was not registered? Well after many many years and what we have done is refined a system where we match a voter file from state to a list of commercial data and then we delete the names of people or addresses that do not appear on the voter file and then we go through about twenty five other steps to insure the quality of the data. And after having done that we then mail out a voter registration application form that then. The person fills out and sends back to the appropriate election. Official

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"founder president" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"founder president" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"Dot it slash EP. One free six. I remember you can also listen to all shows on older cars providers. Whichever one you us? He's just search out how to cut it. And if you like the show make sure to subscribe and you'll get notifications every time out of shows. Go live every Monday the morning. And if you're listening on apple podcasts I would really appreciate your feedback and writings. I really do help us grow to show now. If you WANNA find us on social media it's really easy were out there on all the usual platforms including Instagram facebook twitter research how to cut it. And if you're loving the podcast do shed had a house. Cut It in you. instagram stories really is great for your friends and your colleagues to see to show and a massive shoutout to each and every one of you sharing your story busy so grateful and so many of you doing it really really is brilliant. And it's brilliant to see the podcast going in such a wonderful way Listening numbers now are huge. And that's all because of you guys an incredible guests that are joining us on the show next week we will be bringing when you send. Nothing's going to be of the real interest for all you freelance a mobile headdresses because on could be joined. By Sheila Abraham's Sheila is the founder President of the Freelance Hairdressing Federation. Really look forward to hearing Sheila's foods on freelance. Mobile hairdressing learn a lot more about it and for her to just really represent the industry in a positive light. So make sure to hit that button. Subscribe and you won't Miss. Is that so thank you again for each and every one of you who choon in it's really valued it's really appreciated. I look forward to speaking to you next Monday. Until then and peace loving smalls over the way goodbye. How's it cut it in the head using housing industry podcasts? Taking your address things father interest..

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