Take Out With Ashley and Robyn
About This Show
So many of us are looking for Better Health. Better Health – for ourselves, for our loved ones, for our country and our global neighbors. From our work, we know the critical role better food plays in achieving this goal, but we also know it takes resources and a “village”. Join us as we interview and have a lot of fun with guests we see as game changers – creating and modeling efforts for us all to learn and be inspired from. From rock stars to policy makers to non-profit founders to food makers and food distribution leaders to teachers, chefs, pro athletes, actresses, mums and dads, grandparents, and singles, so many of their efforts, like yours and ours, will help us all meet the goal of better health. Grab Take Out with Ashley and Robyn and chew on how awesome our future will be with the inspiration and opportunities shared. *music by Jason Shaw@ audionautix.com.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 40 with Guest Henry Ehrlich and Dr. Julie Bown
6 days ago
Julie Brown is an Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine and is co-Director of research for the Division of Emergency Medicine. She is board certified in Pediatrics and Pediatric Emergency Medicine and works in the Seattle Children’s Hospital Emergency Department. She is Canadian but has crisscrossed the border many times over the years: she received her undergraduate degree from Stanford University, her medical degree from McGill University and her MPH from the University of Washington. She was a pediatrics resident first at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital in Cleveland and then at Seattle Children’s Hospital, where she also completed her pediatric emergency medicine fellowship training. Her research interests include anaphylaxis, foreign bodies, minor procedures, emergency management of respiratory diseases, and the use of technology in medicine.
When there is time after making up for her sometimes neglect of her husband and two teenage boys, she enjoys gardening, sewing costumes, genealogy, and evening walks.