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"shannon lynn" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"Chris. You're welcome And that's it for this episode of the times daily news from the la times tomorrow we learn about legislation in california. That would require reparations to women who were sterilized without their consent. Our show is produced by shannon lynn steven cuevas and the niece skara. Our executive producer is abby swanson. Our engineers mario ideas our editors shawny hilton are. Intern is ashley brown and our theme. Music is by andrew eden. I'm gonna stab arianna. We'll.
"shannon lynn" Discussed on KOMO
"Jurors avoid the area. Concerns will be too scared to come downtown. But Luna Wang and Shannon Lynn needed to get married today at the courthouse of waiting, so they steered clear of the park squid in here. Other on the way. It's not so great every week. Stabbing suspect remains behind bars and will be in court tomorrow. Live from Seattle. Jonathan Shoko. Mo News, Jonathan Thank you. The judge says he's encouraged. The King County Council is working with the city and trying to find housing for people living at that park. It's unclear when normal operations will resume at the courthouse. Tonight, City crews cleaned up nearly £500,000 of trash at encampments, parks and other problems spots across the city last month. These are some before and after pictures from him. Hey Park and South Holgate Street. Nearly £18,000 of needles £18,000 of needles picked up as part of Seattle's Clean City Initiative. Tomorrow's June teeth Juneteenth celebration offers an opportunity to boost the vaccination rate among black people in King County. Right now they're trailing all ethnic groups from as Joel Marino is live with the look at the pop up clinic that hopes to take advantage of a huge gathering of people. Joel Molly. The Black Fathers Matter. March takes place into quote tomorrow and a Covid 19 vaccination clinic will be set up where it finishes a lot of hesitancy in the black community to get the shot in tomorrow's event. Try to turn that around job getting the first dose of the Covid 19 vaccine has been on the back burner for Akina tailored but her granddaughter wanted barbecue for dinner. And Taylor knew just the guy and so.
"shannon lynn" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"If your school aged child brought home a c. minus on a report card you'd likely be concerned and when you want to do something to help him or her do better to get those grades up right now. The infrastructure in southern california rates a c. minus on the american infrastructure report card from. Ascap we all have the opportunity right now to help. Raise that report card grade. That's why it's critical to invest in our water sources. Internet roads bridges ports energy solutions and transportation infrastructure is critical for everything we do every day. We can't keep delaying the effort any longer. Other states and countries are succeeding. And we're getting left behind. We must take steps to build back better and get to work. Join the rebuild so cow partnership as we celebrate infrastructure week you can learn more when you listen to our podcast. The rebuild socal zone at rebuild so-called dot org slash podcast. or wherever. You find your podcasts. Excuse me is this seat open. There are no seats on a southwest airlines flight. And that means you're next seat-mate could be just about anyone. Hi i'm courtney jenkins i league community outreach. At southwest airlines and welcome to is this seat. Open on this podcast. We'll hear twenty stories from south west history from people like chief marketing officer ryan greene. Leave it to southwest airlines to save the company by offered a bunch of free booze managing director of culture and engagement whitney finger. All of it coming together was probably the greatest piece of humor. I've ever seen at southwest and retired vice president of cargo and charter matt. Luckily i look back on it. I get goosebumps. So sit back. Relax and enjoy stories of south west fifty years of flying. Because you never know who. You'll meet the next time you hear. Is this seat open for join us. And that's it for this episode of the times daily news from the la times tomorrow. A black family had their beach property taken from them by the government over a century ago in southern california now the county of los angeles trying to actually give them the land back. Our show is produced by shannon lynn steven cuevas and denise are executive producers abby swanson our engineers. Mario de is our editors shawny hilton. Our intern is brown and our theme. Music is by andrea. I'm we'll be back tomorrow with all the news. This mother gracieuse. Excuse me. is this seat open. There are no assigned seats on a southwest airlines flight. And that means you're next. Seat-mate could be chest about anyone. Hi i'm quentin jenkins i league community outreach. At southwest airlines and welcome to is this seat. Open on this podcast. We'll hear twenty stories from south west history from people like chief marketing officer ryan green. Leave it to southwest airlines to save the company by offered a bunch of free booze. Managing director of culture and engagement. Whitney eichenberger together was probably the greatest piece of humor. I've ever seen at southwest and retired vice president of cargo and charter matt. Luckily i look back on it. I get goosebumps. So sit back. Relax and enjoy stories of south west fifty years of flying. Because you never know who. You'll meet the next time you hear. Is this seat open for joins..
"shannon lynn" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"Kind of thought. It was off limits to what it was. Because you know we're friends. I shouldn't have done it but i did. Whatever so. things got super awkward and usually we talk on fridays. And we didn't talk on friday. And i think it's because he heard it and he got a little scared which i can understand and there was a storm this weekend so it was just a mess. I'm really upset. Because i was i. The ladies will attest to this both shannon lynn. I grew a pair. And i was going to invite him over and i didn't have the opportunity and now i don't know what to do now. I'm in this really awkward situation where i felt like my cards are on the table and they were just kinda left there so i think that was my answer that it was waiting for. Was he interested or not. I think it's a now because the cards are out there and nothing's happened so wade out there rate talk about like what does the only. That's the only way we're going to make anything happen. Right is to shoot your shot. Put all the cards on the table. And i shot it and i gotta feeling silence in response. Are we sure though. And i don't know if i wrote this next to you. Are we sure that he knew you were talking about him. Specifically i mean it's a pretty specific thing to offer somebody and then vertu two mmediately be brought up that same. Are we heard it. All were a hundred percent positive really. Yeah dad because the way you phrased it was like he just wants to come over and hook up. And maybe that's not his intention. Maybe he was a little great put off by that allen. Don't make valid points around here so there's still a chance to save this. We need to take a step back. Okay how. I'm open to suggestions. How do i believe that you say my. My yard is still full of thieves. I could really use your help. Are we still talking about leaves. Are we talking about something other than leaves. Oh that's how it needs to start is just like a friendly heading and then if you want to push him in the leaves and take advantage of him. Fine would be consensual. Of course we know he has a little crush on new. I think just really shy. Everything that we've talked about makes me think. Yes i think he is just and i don't. I think i've only met him. Maybe one time for ten seconds. He's shy right. I mean i wouldn't say i would say reserve. I don't think he's shy. I just don't think he's okay. I have a really hard time dating. Because i'm obviously a lot i'm self-aware. I know that i'm very loud. I know this attention seeking whatever i mean flaws flaws. These are mine said. That's not a flaw i. It's leah flop. But i gravitate towards guys. I wouldn't say are shy just more calm than i am. You know what. I'm saying like when the group people he's not afraid to speak up tell a joke get involved. But i'm usually the big personality in a relationship in. He has never been with a big personality. Before you think it scared by this. I really honestly don't know or or scared. By the maybe the attention that he got on friday or something. I what's what's going on. David what do you think and david by the way she's got these leaves in our backyard. She's got to get them raked up otherwise. The city is going to be very upset with so bad. What are you thinking that she might have shared them a little bit thinking that he just wants to hook up and then more than likely sphere so she should've laid it out and said i just want basically a fun raking session. Okay all right. That might have been the the thing there. Although i don't know i mean maybe well now you're probably right. I think guys sometimes get a little caught off guard. Sometimes if they think oh this is kinda cool you know. Maybe we'll we'll hook up and then they find out that the person actually likes them more than they thought that they liked them..
"shannon lynn" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Shipping corridor carrying two interstates and more than 160,000 vehicles per day. For NPR news. I'm Tana Weingartner in Cincinnati. This is NPR. Live from KQED News. I'm Queenie Kim. A sharp increase in covert 19 cases prompted the state's top health official to announce yesterday. The California may tighten restrictions. KQED Shannon Lynn has more California Health Secretary, Dr Mark Galli says. While there are no plans for new shut down, the state is considering tightening restrictions. We today really had counties moved back just one tear in the time. That may not be appropriate to get the kind of response that we need the blunt that rate of rise we've often allowed counties toe wait a full three days before reverting back to the more restrictive tears and even that might need to be reconsidered. The state recently moved Contra Costa County to a more restrictive risk level. Other counties, including Marin and Senate, Clara may follow suit. Santa Clara and Contra Costa County's as well. A San Francisco have issued orders to close down indoor dining and reduced capacity at high risk venues like Jin's and movie theaters. I'm Shannon Lynn KQED news. In Marin County, the top health officers calling on restaurants to allow few fewer people inside for indoor dining. The county is currently in the less restrictive orange tear, which allows indoor dining at 50% capacity. That Willys is by voluntarily reducing indoor capacity to 25% restaurants may help them sales stay open longer, He says. Marin needs to get out in front of a surge in krone virus cases that threatens to push it into the states. Most restrictive red tear. If we get too far behind on this, you know it takes a lot longer to dig ourselves out of that hole if we see Thematic surges and it's a hard pill to swallow, but I think people understand that is the rationale and it's something that we're doing together. Willis says the county has seen an average of nine positive cases a day. But the rate has doubled. Compared to last week..
California imposes tougher restrictions on more counties amid surge in COVID cases
"A sharp increase in covert 19 cases prompted the state's top health official to announce yesterday. The California may tighten restrictions. KQED Shannon Lynn has more California Health Secretary, Dr Mark Galli says. While there are no plans for new shut down, the state is considering tightening restrictions. We today really had counties moved back just one tear in the time. That may not be appropriate to get the kind of response that we need the blunt that rate of rise we've often allowed counties toe wait a full three days before reverting back to the more restrictive tears and even that might need to be reconsidered. The state recently moved Contra Costa County to a more restrictive risk level. Other counties, including Marin and Senate, Clara may follow suit. Santa Clara and Contra Costa County's as well. A San Francisco have issued orders to close down indoor dining and reduced capacity at high risk venues like Jin's and movie theaters. I'm Shannon Lynn KQED
"shannon lynn" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Ginsburg, whose death last month left the vacancy. No one will ever take her place, she writes. Barrett has a clear conservative record. Senate Republicans are working to confirm her before election day, despite pleas from Democrats to wait. They want the next president to make the nomination and they want committee wide testing to Republicans on the Judiciary Committee tested positive for Corona virus. After attending a White House ceremony announcing barrettes nomination, Amy held NPR news. President Trump is planning to go back on the campaign trail tomorrow. NPR's Mara Liasson has more President Trump is holding a rally in Florida on Monday, his first since contracting the Corona virus. On Saturday. He spoke from the Truman Balcony at the White House to a few 100 guests. The state of the president's health is still not clear. White House Dr Sean Conley issued a statement saying the president is no longer a quote transmission risk to others. But he did not say that the president had tested negative for the Corona virus. Dr. Conley also said the president's symptoms had quote improved, but he did not say that the president's symptoms were gone. Mara Liasson, NPR News and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden plans to campaign in two cities in Ohio tomorrow. Cincinnati and Toledo. It's a state Republicans, one in 2016, but one where suburban support for Trump Has now fallen. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is rolling out tougher Covad 19 restrictions in England tomorrow this as cases continue to rise rapidly in parts of the United Kingdom. Appears Frank Langfitt has more from London. Toughest new restrictions will include the closure of bars and restaurants and residents will be told not to travel elsewhere. Among the area is expected to be targeted are the Liverpool City region, as well as other parts of the north of England, where cases of spiked On Saturday, the country counted more than 15,000 new positive cases and 81 deaths far below the rate of more than 1000 deaths a day at the beach of the crisis. Jonathan Van Tam, deputy chief medical officer for England, warned that the nation is again at a tipping point as it was in March, when the UK went to do a nationwide locked down. Quote. We can prevent history repeating itself if we all act now, he said. Frank Langfitt NPR NEWS London And you're listening to NPR news. Live from news. I'm Kate Wolf. Some Santa Clara County residents in high school student survivors of sexual assault are gathering today for a sit in in front of county Supervisor Joseph Gideon's house in Palo Alto. They're there to denounce the median and supervisor Susan Allen Berg's vote to delay a review of County wide school and college sexual assault policies is Shannon Lynn, is there? Hi, Shannon. What does it look like out there? Kate. There's about six years ago, high school students here they're all dressed in black and that many of them are sitting down, holding signs that say Rape is a serious. They're basically asking for just Midian to take action on starting this study because they say that just just denied justice not served. And why did they say that? This comprehensive study of these policies is needed? They're saying that sexual assault in high schools and untouched college campuses Ah, very serious issue and they don't want it to be delayed any further. They're saying that they want that county to acknowledge that this is a problem and that they By showing that they're going to study it, And once they have the results of the study, they want to be able to work on new legislation to change what they call is ah culture of sexual assault, and the study would given the statistics that they need to back up anecdotal issues that they've seen across campuses. Right, And we know supervisors Median and Alan Berg have said that they feel that rushing this study would leaves too many gaps. They want a few months to study their options..
"shannon lynn" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Time frames that are bigger priority so we could look at doing an entire deal. We could also look att doing parts Democrats passed their own $3 trillion rescue package in the House months ago, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi criticized the quote disarray on the Republican side. Melrose. NPR News protests continued Sunday night in Portland or again against racial injustice. Clashes between protesters and police on Saturday led police to declare a riot. Overnight. Portland police say they found a duffel bag containing a gun and Molotov cocktails in the protest area. Meanwhile, is NPR's Kirk Siegler reports. Demonstrators continue to insist federal law enforcement officers leave Portland The protests are loud, energetic and sometimes irreverent, with thousands filling downtown into the evening. But lately what's been making the headlines or the clashes that occur in the early morning hours between those protesters who remain and federal agents. Federal authorities have filed criminal charges against dozens of protesters. Several federal officers have been treated for injuries in Seattle police declared a riot on Saturday after protesters and officers clashed. Officials in Aurora, Colorado, say someone was shot and wounded in that city after a car drove through a protest and in Austin, Texas, another protester was shot and killed after a motorist had a confrontation with a crowd of demonstrators. This is NPR Live from K Q. E D news on Brian what Oakland Mayor Libby Shaft is denouncing the actions of some protesters who gathered in the city over the weekend to show solidarity with racial justice demonstrators in Portland, while hundreds marched through the streets Saturday night, a smaller group sprayed graffiti on the building's broke windows at the Police department. And lit fires, including one at an Alameda County Superior courthouse. Shaft, warned in a statement that the vandalism could be used by President Trump to justify sending federal agents to the city. She said the vandalism may have been committed by quote agitators interested in stoking civil unrest, not advancing racial justice. Oakland Police say they made several arrests. And Alameda County Sheriffs technician died Friday from complications related to the Corona virus. The technician is the second department worker to have died while being treated for covert 19 in the last week. The Shannon Lynn has more According to county officials, Sheriff's technician Valerie Leon passed away Friday evening at a Modesto hospital, where she was being treated for Corona virus infection. Leon joined the sheriff's office in 1997 and worked at the Rene See Davidson courthouse in Oakland and most recently at the Alameda County Coroner's bureau. Less than 24 hours before her death deputy Oscar Rocha died after a week's long battle with the virus. He was working at the Santa Rita jail, which is currently experiencing a spike in cases. Countywide. At least 40 sheriffs deputies have tested positive for cocaine..
"shannon lynn" Discussed on KQED Radio
"New therapeutic that had been developed by jellied and had been given an emergency use authorization by the FDA. The number of new Corona virus infections is also spiking in California, Texas and Arizona. This is NPR News live from Cape Kennedy News. I'm Kate Wolf. Oakland City officials will now close the streets. Nearly married every weekend to ease overcrowding in traffic is Shannon Lynn has bore starting this weekend, beginning 7 30 in the morning to 11 at night, parts of Lakeshore and Bellevue Avenue and El Embarcadero will be closed to traffic. Pedestrians and bikers will be allowed to enter, but parking along the lake is not permitted. The closures come as Alameda County suspended outdoor dining because of a rising confirmed cases, although the county has remained off the state's Koven 19 watch list. City officials say the lake has become unsafe as more people are venturing out to enjoy the summer weather. They say parking and physical distancing and facial coverings will be enforced by city workers. I'm Shannon Lin News. Several Bay Area counties are reporting delays in getting Corona virus test results as cases surge and the demand rises statewide. Security's Peter are Cooney reports. Marin County Health Department says that processing times at some labs have increased from two or three days to seven and that large commercial labs in particular can't maintain a quick turnaround. Solano County Health officer says test results can now take 10 or more days. Alameda and Napa are reporting similar issues as covert 19 cases surge and labs are flooded with samples. State health officials have asked them to prioritize high risk groups like hospitalized patients and people with symptoms. Bay Area health officials say they have no plans to close any test sites at this time..
"shannon lynn" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The port of Oakland today to commemorate Juneteenth with a protest against police violence and systemic racism KQED's Julie Chang reports I don't the demonstration was led by dock workers from the international longshore and warehouse union they called for a work stoppage is shutting down all twenty nine ports up and down the west coast including some in foreign countries William Adams the national president of the I. L. W. you urged the crowd to keep the momentum of the protest going into the world hello you today no no the whole world is watching the whole world is watching it's not what we what we do volunteering for them several local labor unions came out and spoke to show unity around issues of racial injustice marina such tanto is the national president of the inland boatmen the union of the Pacific should we celebrate our commitment to work together to bring racial equality to the forefront of our national conversation together we can bring an end to police violence against African Americans and other people of color protesters March to the Oakland police department headquarters and then over to city hall this year's Juneteenth followed weeks of ongoing nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd similar demonstrations are taking place across the bay area and into the weekend I'm Julie Chang KQED news federal and local officials gathered at a memorial service in Contra Costa county today to honor David Patrick Underwood is the security guard shot and killed an Oakland late last month KQED Shannon Lynn reports hundreds gathered at Pinole valley high school to remember a man known as pak who loves cars and stylish clothes and who always showed up to work half an hour early Angela Underwood Patrick's older sister remembers him this way first.
"shannon lynn" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Nora Raum an autopsy released Sunday evening shows the twenty seven year old man shot, and killed by Atlanta police after an encounter in a Wendy's drive through Friday night ratio Brooks was shot twice in the back from member station. W. A. B. Lily Oppenheimer reports the Fulton County Medical Examiner's office classified Rashard Brooks's manner of death as a homicide. Brooks. Brooks died from organ, damage and blood loss from the gunshot wounds in his back, according to the office, hundreds gathered outside the same Wendy's that nearly burned to the ground Saturday, a makeshift memorial with black balloons and a painting brooks hung outside the charred restaurant officer, Garrett Ralph, who fired three shots at? Brooks has been fired the other officer. Devon Brosnan was placed on administrative. Fulton District Attorney Paul Howard also released a statement criticizing how police handled the situation Howard who's launched an independent investigation, says he will determine by Wednesday whether to bring charges in the case for NPR news. I'm the Li Oppenheimer in Atlanta in Omaha Nebraska protests continue near the home of the county attorney who did not charge a white bar owner in the shooting death of a black protester two weeks ago. Emily Chen Newton reports Douglas, county attorney Don Klein says he had to accept. Accept the claim of self defense, and deciding not to charge the bar owner, community organizers are upset with the decision and are calling for Klein's resignation. Protesters have lined the sidewalk outside of Klein's gated community daily since June fourth. A special prosecutor is looking into the case, but some protesters say the grand jury process lacks transparency organizers. Jockeying Fox explains the decision to occupy the suburban setting. We can show Don Klein that if we're going to be uncomfortable in every other area of the. The city that he needs to be just as uncomfortable as we are. The Special Prosecutor says he intends to do justice to the process for NPR news I'm Emily Chen Newton, in Omaha, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is warning Manhattan and Long Island they will be consequences if large gatherings at bars and restaurants continue to violate social distancing mask-wearing laws, he says the state has received tens of thousands of complaints of violations from member station. W. S. H. U.. Desert Desert Diario reports the. The governor threatened to revoke liquor licenses or even rollback oreo opening in those areas Cuomo, warned local governments in New, York City, and in the Hamptons on Long Island that they must enforce laws that require social distance and mask, wearing and limit the size of crowds Cuomo says he'd rather target local violators then have to shut down the entire state again like Utah and Oregon did last week after both states saw spikes in corona. Virus Cases Desert. Diario reporting. You're listening to NPR news. An. Amazon fresh employee is suing the ECOMMERCE giant for unsafe working conditions at San. Francisco warehouse over pandemic precautions from member station K. Q.. E. D. Shannon Lynn reports the lawsuit filed Thursday alleged that the Amazon fulfillment center by the Poor San. Francisco violated local and state. Health laws, an employee who fills grocery and other central orders for home delivery says equipment and bodysuits were not routinely sanitized and workers could not maintain social distancing trying to meet their quota scanning sixty items per hour. Genie Anderson is the employees attorney. She says her clients. Warehouse managers in Amazon Corporate Office representatives do not improve conditions. Even after the city's police department inspected the facilities and made recommendations. Amazon did not return requests for comment. For NPR. News I'm Shannon. Lyndon San Francisco French President Emmanuel Macron announced. His country is fully reopening its economy. Following the pandemic. He restaurants in Paris will be allowed to offer indoor seating starting Monday until now. Only outdoor seating was allowed. The Miami Herald is reporting. There are still more than forty thousand cruise ship. Stuck and see because of the coronavirus, pandemic cruise lines stopped sailing in mid March after several outbreaks of the virus at C. U., S. health authorities have prohibited cruises in us. Waters through July twenty fourth the Miami Herald says that many of the workers are not being paid, and some are still suffering from covid nineteen I'm Nora. Raum NPR news..
"shannon lynn" Discussed on Inc. Uncensored
"It's never perfect or easy. I have been a little hot, and by is the feedback that we had heard from people who were impacted in the US way to who gave us feedback that they felt like they had been treated humanely, and they appreciate the communication, even though it was a topic to him. Yeah I mean. It's an interesting decision to kind. Cut Down the work week a little bit cut on salaries, a little bit rather than say laying off another twenty percent of the stuff, right? Did they was that some of the feedback that folks had. Absolutely I think the we as a leadership team. We debated. For a long time on what the right thing wants to do and ultimately. Felt like this. A full low for one day a week meant that we could save the most jobs as well as execute on the things on our roadmap, and even though it was a a reduced roadmap, because you obviously can't necessarily get the same amount of work done with less people unless time, but there were things that we defined we still. Believe are the right things to work on in our company as while some new things that we should reprioritize the top of the list given the new environment, and once we defined those and said okay. This is the set of activities. We focused on work on in the company in the next six months. What is the the team size and the number of hours that we need to get that work done and in order to do that? It was a combination of. Of with fellow we could save the most jobs as well as a feel like we could execute against the road maps and you I think at the end of the day the team also read back to us that they felt great about it because they felt like we were all in this together and everyone was was left on. The team was kind of impacted in the same way in that. Everyone has the one day a week furlough in you leaders. Had an even bigger ahead, and so that is expected. That is the right thing to do, but ultimately I think we are we. We still need to work on the things to drive the business forward both through this period of time as well as after. and. We thought that this was. The optimal way to do this and as as the leader like, did you? Were you the one who actually had to communicate this to your staff I mean you say it was the most difficult day? That you've been through as a company, but for you particularly I can't imagine what that was like Can you bring me kind of inside your head a little bit? What was actually like in how you actually communicated it to the staff and what it felt like for you? So it was, it was a extremely tough day for everyone and Zola from those who I think. From. The worst perspective lost their jobs. But even. The team who had to communicate a message? It's extremely hard. And and for me personally I think it was. The worst day that I have had since dog Zola. But what I tried to think are, is it? It is not about me. Personally is about the company and. An trading the people who most impacted with as much respect in humanity as we can, and being as clear in the communication as we can, and that was what I I kept trying to force myself to think through, and the more that I thought. This really is not about me. It's about doing the right thing for the company. That can line in my head again again was was what gave me the strength to communicate things that, of course, no leader wants to communicate. Yeah, yeah, sure how? So kind of get out of your head when you're having to go through those tough tough times. How how do you do that like? How do you learn to do that and to not let yourself kind of be? Be Emotional about it. I think. On occasions like this. It's not necessary to fully take emotion out of the message. And you! I felt I felt extremely sad on this day and. while. I tried to get out of my head. I think the fact. That I was not hiding the fact that was a extremely sad day. was was was something that. People felt a connection to me and. I think I felt a connection to avas about. Being able to to relate to the T. mental to leader you're working with is important to to everyone, and so I don't feel like I have to hide my emotions I do think people look to that leader and to me to be strong, and so I tried to be strong, but also I wasn't hiding the fact that it was extremely sad. So it's more of a mix, and that's something that you and I have I've talked about in the past is how to kind of be beer. Genuine self while you're leading the company now that you've been at this for for many years. Can you kind of walk me through your thinking on that and how to how to be a genuine leader? When I was working at other companies I would look to the leaders of those companies as as almost people who are slightly scary to me. I think if I think back to my interactions with possibly and I've worked for I. Think My. My head at the time I thought Oh. They know exactly what the right answer is and A. Does waiting to catch me up and I need to know every single fact. Otherwise and I need to know all the answers or I need to follow everything they say, and that is again ahead and actually what I realized is that of course that isn't true? No one knows all the right answers. No one knows the answers to the tough decisions at a time that you have to make them and the best thing that you can do either as a leader or as someone that's working with Alita is to bring forward. As many relevant insights, and use the feedback and data as you can, and that is how to make the best decision you can at the time, and it may not be right, but it's important to make the decision and so what I try to get across. In any work that I do with my team now is. I don't know what the right answers, but I know that will make it together if we have smart people and we have interesting ways and smart ways of looking at a ton of data and insights. That's how you figure it out, and we'll figure it out together. And I will, and many people on the team will ask a hundred different tough questions. We don't expect everyone to have the answers to the top of their tongue. By we expect people to get them and then figure it out, and so that has been the big a half of me as a leader as had put myself in the shoes of my team, and also how to help them. Put themselves in my shoes to know that we're all in this together. Thank you so much Shannon Lynn Ma CEO and CO founder of Zola for joining us today. Thank you Christine appreciate it..
"shannon lynn" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In reserves and volunteers handed out water hand sanitizer and masks for NPR news I'm Bridget Bowden in Madison this is NPR live from KQED news I'm Kate wolf the family of a San Francisco man who died of covert nineteen is suing princess cruise lines and its parent company carnival corporation for allegedly hiding knowledge that passengers and crew members had the virus key duties Shannon Lynn reports when even Ronald Wong ported the grand princess in San Francisco on February twenty first they receive no advisory from either princess cruise or its parent company carnival about covert nineteen the ones ended up contracting the current virus testing positive after the ship made an emergency landing in the port of Oakland due to passenger showing symptoms Ronald Wong died of cover nineteen complications on March sixteenth now eva and her son Benjamin Wong are suing the company for negligence alleging that they allowed new passengers to board the grand princess knowing that sixty two passengers and hundreds of crew members on a previous Mexico trip have been exposed to cover nineteen Alison Cordova is representing the Wongs you're putting them on a ship that are impacted by right and you don't take extra precautions you did in fact they ship you don't give them warning or notice so they connected on the right when thou that is just really despicable conduct several other lawsuits have been filed against princess cruises and carnival neither companies have responded to a request for comment I'm Shannon lane KQED news there's more state and local coverage online at KQED.
"shannon lynn" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm Shannon Lynn KQED news the latest state numbers continue to show about half of code nineteen deaths in California are happening in the residents of long term care homes from KQED science Molly Peterson has more in last week's skilled nursing facilities alone have reported more than eight hundred positive cases of coronavirus the latest federal guidelines say that homes can allow visitors again when all workers and residents test negative for the virus for a period of four weeks it's not clear who would pay for that testing industry estimates put the cost of frequent covert nineteen testing in nursing homes at one point eight billion a year just in California federal and state lawmakers have allocated some money for nursing home tests but nothing yet for the state's assisted living facilities deaths of residents and workers and long term care around the state now total nearly two thousand people I Molly Peterson KQED news several bay area school districts are considering routine temperature checks for students and staff whenever campuses reopen kicking these Julia McEvoy reports guidelines for how schools can safely reopen we'll be out in early June according to state schools chief Tony Thurman who says prevention of the spread of covert nineteen will be key so that means that at schools there will be individuals who will be taking temperatures of students face coverings for students and staff physical distancing on buses and on school campuses are also expected Thurman did not address who would pick up the costs for these measures at a time when districts are facing budget cuts in the economic fallout from the pandemic in west Contra Costa unified a spokesperson for the teachers union said temperature checks are part of several demands teachers will be presenting to the district I'm Julia McEvoy KQED news the California academy of sciences in San Francisco is planning layoffs or furloughs for nearly half of its five hundred employees and pay cuts for others executive director Scott Sampson told staff at a virtual meeting this week at the academy predicts a twelve million dollar revenue loss from the cove in nineteen pandemic and resulting shelter in place orders it's a sad moment for the academy there is no doubt about it you can use that around for a hundred and sixty seven years and it has survived earthquakes and fires in world wars and pandemic and it will survive this said it will come back even stronger and more impactful the museum will remain closed through the end of June but Sampson is hopeful for a.
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"To the cobit nineteen pandemic KQED Shannon Lynn reports loss campus housing and parking fees make up over half of the revenue losses after students and most staff members were sent home mid March the system has spent an additional fifty million on operational costs like cleaning and online learning but that's a small percentage of the system's budget which was at an all time high prior to the pandemic disease use Michael you in camp we have a robust reserve policy so that we're prepared for some level of budget uncertainty but in terms of you know what we're going to be going forward it really is going to be a reflection of what the governor proposes forest potentially as early as Thursday this system has also received funds from the federal cares act that is expected to cover a large portion of revenue loss the board of trustees is expected to discuss their financial status in detail later today I'm sure naman KQED news San Francisco unified school district officials want to check in on all fifty four thousand of the district's students the wellness checks are aimed at identifying students who may be experiencing trauma as a result of changes brought by the pandemic KQED's meaning Kim has more district officials say they've been reaching out to students and families since the shelter in place order came down but each school community took its own approach this will be a standardized way to assess students needs and better coordinate support to families across the bay area school districts are concerned about connecting with students who have yet to log into online school portals and participate in online learning San Francisco unified wants to first try to contact families that have not been in regular contact with staff or teachers it's aiming to reach all students within three weeks I mean they can't kick you read the news a new analysis of hiring finds not surprisingly that there isn't much of it going on these days we get more on that from KQED's need to force the nonprofit joint venture Silicon Valley is analysis found that hiring in the bay area has fallen twenty five percent since the beginning of the call could nineteen pandemic that's slightly more of a drop them for the U. S. as a whole but many other cities did even worse than the bay area including Austin New York City Phoenix LA and Chicago one sector of the national market actually added jobs hi tech hardware and networking which showed a modest gain of two percent in the last couple of months that might be a bright spot for the bay area since many major firms are based here I mean Harsin KQED news there's more coverage of the corona virus in response to it in the bay area and beyond at KQED dot org in Oakland I'm Brian what good morning on KQED live in San Francisco with the KQ weedy studios I'm Dave Freiman and coming up the California story on morning edition in just a few moments it's California's camp Pendleton enjoying social distancing on the firing range yet marines can still get a hair cut on bass more on surprising ways covert nineteen is changing and not changing military life it's coming up for you later today coming up at one it's fresher on the next fresh air Michael Arceneaux author of.
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"Some have called it the birth of rock and roll little Richard's wild do gospel blues ferocious piano playing unique selling influenced everybody from Otis Redding to Elton John Jimi Hendrix once said he wanted to do with his guitar what Little Richard did with his voice Richard Wayne Penniman was born in Macon Georgia he was openly gay well before it was socially acceptable he was also candid about his drug use but Little Richard will be remembered most as an outrageous charming performer who helped change American music Elizabeth Blair NPR news this is NPR live from KQED news I'm Kate wolf Tesla CEO Elon musk says the electric car company is planning to sue Alameda county after officials prohibited the re opening of its factory in Fremont KQED's Shannon Lynn reports in a series of tweets posted this morning musk said the company will move its headquarters out of California and will file a lawsuit against the county for its health orders which she called a contrary to the governor the president our constitutional freedoms and just plain common sense this comes after health officials ordered Moscow not to re open the company shuttered Fremont factory Friday afternoon musk has cited governor Gavin Newsom's guidelines that allow for low risk manufactures to resume operations local orders however take precedence and in Alameda county auto manufacturing companies are not exempt from the shelter in place order the county did not respond to requests for comment I'm Shan Lyn KQED news California is facing historic budget deficits potentially for years to come that's according to the state's legislative analyst's office which is forecasting a deficit as large as thirty one billion dollars in the next fiscal year that's less than the fifty four billion dollar hole projected by governor Gavin Newsom's administration the legislative analyst Gabriel petek says the problem could last for the next four years this is unfortunately not going to be a one time situation our analysis suggests that this is gonna be a multiple year problem because tax returns are delayed the state won't know.
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"San Francisco health officials have declared a state of emergency because of coronavirus concerns as KQED's Shannon Lynn reports the announcement comes as the disease forces tech giants to cancel trade shows and stole production targets there are currently ten reported cases of cove in nineteen in the state none of which are in San Francisco the department of health officer Tomasz ari Cohn says this new status will strengthen the city's preparedness efforts everybody needs to be better prepared not just outpatient clinics hospitals public health there's a lot of work that we have to do to make sure that people in the community are prepared for community transmission should start happening the declaration will streamline the city's resources and coordinate across agencies to educate local communities the city will also qualify for federal and state reimbursements San Diego and Santa Clara county have also declared similar state of
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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens Moist. President Mike Pence is in charge of overseeing the government's response to Kobe. Nineteen the disease that Causes Corona virus. President Trump says the United States is ready to deal with any threat posed by the disease. The World Health Organization reports more than eighty one thousand confirmed cases worldwide. All but a few thousand of them in China San Francisco health officials have declared a state of emergency because of Corona virus concerns as K. Q. E. D. Shannon Lynn reports. The announcement comes as the disease. Forces tech giant's to cancel trade shows and stole production targets. They're currently ten reported cases of cove in nineteen in the state. None of which are in San Francisco but Department of Health Officer Tomasz Oregon says this new status will strengthen. The city's preparedness efforts. Everybody needs to be better prepared. And not just outpatient clinics hospitals public health. There's a lot of work that we have to do to make sure that people in the community are prepared for community transmission. Should it start happening? The declaration will streamline. The city's resources and coordinate across agencies to educate local communities the city will also qualify for federal and State Reimbursements. San Diego and Santa Clara County have also declared similar states of emergency for NPR news. I'm Shannon Lynn in San Francisco. Investigators are trying to figure out why. A gunman killed five co workers at a brewery complex in Milwaukee before apparently ending his own life details from Chuck Perm Bach of member station. W. W M. The shooting occurred just west of downtown Milwaukee a Molson Coors facility where Miller beer is brewed. Police say the shooter was a fifty one year old local man whose wounds were apparently self inflicted the five people killed. Were MOLSON COORS EMPLOYEES MILWAUKEE. Mayor Tom Barrett told a news briefing that it was a tragic day by.
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