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The Dr. Will Show Podcast
62 minutes | 3 days ago
Jacqueline Schadeck, CFP - What's Love Got To Do with Your Money?
Jacqueline Schadeck is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional who partners with individuals and families to help them gain financial clarity. She believes that people need comprehensive financial guidance in order to make the best decisions, and she has a passion for helping clients achieve financial success. Jacqueline has been asked to contribute to numerous media outlets, including CNBC, MarketWatch, Atlanta Business Chronicle, and many more. Any given week, you might find her leading financial education presentations to a local AARP chapter or explaining the tax code at a public library education session. She was even honored with the 2017 Impact Award by the Financial Planning Association of Georgia for her dedication to her industry. In keeping with her desire to help people, Jacqueline finds it important to give back to her community by volunteering for various organizations including her church, several non-profits, and her college alma mater. She is also a past board member for the Financial Planning Association of Georgia. Jacqueline is giving the listeners to this podcast a special discounted rate for How to Get Started Investing. By using the promo code Drwilled, you will receive 50% off of the price.
65 minutes | 7 days ago
Victoria Thompson, M.S. (@VictoriaTheTech) - Checks And Invoices
Victoria Thompson is a STEM Integration Transformation Coach and a consultant for Ignite EdTech. She has been in education for five years and began her journey teaching fifth and sixth-grade math and science in Summerville, SC. After completing her master's degree in curriculum and instruction she moved to the Seattle, WA area in 2018, where her career has pivoted to focusing on STEM integration in schools, K-12 mathematics instruction with research on decolonizing mathematics curriculum for teachers and learners, creating inclusive math environments, and using technology to bridge equity gaps in math education.
31 minutes | 10 days ago
Mariam Nusrat (@gamingfordev) - Go For It
Mariam Nusrat is the Founder of the social venture GRID - Gaming Revolution for Inspiring/International Development, and an Education Specialist at the World Bank. Under GRID, Mariam is working towards mainstreaming video games as a medium for behavior change. Games have the power of what Mariam likes to call "the three Is"; they can interact with the players in an iterative way to inspire change. GRID games focus on social and behavioral change around women’s health, racial and gender stereotyping, sanitation and hygiene, STEM learning, climate change, and financial literacy. Mariam has presented GRID at several high-level forums including, two sessions moderated by President Clinton at CGIU Meetings and two Tedx events in DC. She is also the recipient of the CGIU Honor Roll Alum award, 2018 AdamStart Entrepreneurship Award, 2015 Andrew E. Rice Award for Leadership and Innovation by the Society of International Development, the Knapp Fellowship, and the GWU Public-Service Grant Commission Award. Since its launch GRID has received extensive media attention with articles in Huffington Post, Washington Post, Daily Mail UK, Yahoo News, and other mainstream news channels and was included in the DC Inno 50 on Fire companies.
44 minutes | 13 days ago
Aletheia Délivré (@delivreal) - The World Of Consulting
Aletheia Délivré started her career in human-centred design as an ethnographer, researcher and visual designer in France, and has worked in e-learning, management consulting, innovation strategy, UX and now strategic design. Within the Education sector, she has worked internationally for the European Commission, the OECD, the French National School of Administration, UNESCO and Alcimed, a multinational consulting firm based in Paris. Today, Aletheia serves as a bilingual (English/French) Service Designer and Education Technology Specialist at AlphaPlus, a government-funded agency based in Toronto, Canada. She draws from human-centred design approaches to facilitate meaningful teaching and learning experiences, and helps educators and practitioners grow their knowledge and confidence with technology. Aletheia also works contracts in the leadership/coaching tech startup space as a UX consultant, helping agile teams to design, test and build winning MVPs that get investors on board.Check out some of her work: aletheiadelivre.comFollow her on Twitter: @delivrealRead her adventures on Medium: delivre.medium.comConnect with her on LinkedIn: aletheiazoe
40 minutes | 16 days ago
Hanifa Barnes, JD, MBA (@disruptbalance) - Adapt
Hanifa Barnes is a multicultural mama, wife, and leader who produces and hosts the Disrupting Balance podcast. It is a weekly show that amplifies the voices of multicultural women who are embracing the imbalance in work, well-being, and winning. Hanifa uses her 14 years of training as a former professional actor and educator along with her 10+ years in operations leadership to create engaging and useful podcasting course work. Hanifa received her J.D. from Rutgers Law, her M.B.A. from Cornell SC Johnson School, and her Bachelor's in Communications from Georgia State University.My podcasting course launches tomorrow. Here are the details: PodU Introductory Course: How to Launch in 4 WeeksSign up at https://podu.thinkific.com/courses/PodU-introductoryFollow me @disruptingbalance on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and YouTube
42 minutes | 17 days ago
Craig Randall (@TrustbasedCraig) - Author Talks: Trust-Based Observations
Craig Randall received his Bachelor’s degree, yes in English, from the University of Washington, his Master’s in Education in Guidance and Counseling from Saint Martin’s University, and his principal certification from Western Washington University. He has worked as an elementary and middle school counselor, including one intense year in the classroom with students with severe behavior issues. In addition, he has served as an academic advisor at the college level. He has worked as a collegiate basketball coach. He has worked as a teacher at the elementary, middle, and high school levels as well as in college. And, of course, Craig has worked in the job of his passion and calling: assistant principal and principal. Craig has done his work at schools both in the US and overseas. Now, as the author of the book and founder of the business with the same name: Trust-Based Observations, Craig’s goal is to transform the world of teacher observation and evaluation. He is dedicated to training and consulting school leaders on the use of Trust-Based Observations, empowering them to build supportive relationships with their teachers, relationships which foster risk-taking, which in turn, dramatically improve teaching and learning. Currently, Craig lives in the rainy but beautiful Pacific Northwest with the best educator he knows, his wife and new teacher mentor, Michele, and their just graduated high-school twins, Acalia and Craigo.To contact or book Craig’s services email him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
47 minutes | 20 days ago
Michele Eaton (@micheeaton) - Author Talks: The Perfect Blend
Michele Eaton is the Director of Virtual and Blended Learning for the M.S.D. of Wayne Township in Indianapolis, Indiana and author of the book The Perfect Blend. She focuses on staff and course development for Achieve Virtual Education Academy and provides leadership for the district's online and blended initiatives and programs. Michele is a 2020 ISTE Making IT Happen Award Winner, CoSN CETL and 2016 Next Generation Leader, 2018 EdWeek Leader to Learn From, Past-President of the ISTE Online and Blended Learning Network, Conference Chair for the Indiana Connected Educators organization (an ISTE affiliate), and moderator for the #INeLearn chat. You can follow her on Twitter at@micheeaton.
58 minutes | 23 days ago
Dr. Kara Shade (@GroundedInGood) - Know When It's Time
Dr. Kara Shade is a relationship educator in Allen, TX, and the owner of Grounded in Good, LLC (http://groundedingood.org). She earned her Ph.D. in Family Studies, a master’s degree in dispute resolution, and she holds a certified family life educator credential from the National Council on Family Relations. Dr. Kara’s business currently entails virtual coaching for premarital couples and returner check-ups for past clients. Her fun, practical, research-based approach to marriage prep earned her The Knot’s “Best of Weddings” award four years in a row, and she was inducted into the “Best of Weddings” Hall of Fame.Dr. Kara has had the pleasure of training and speaking for almost a thousand participants over the years through a variety of local organizations, and as a university instructor. She also does contract work and consulting in the field of family life education.In 2020, Dr. Kara expanded her offerings to include a relationship-inspired shop (http://groundedingood.etsy.com) where each piece of handmade decor is inspired by relationship science, and a portion of the net profits benefit Children International (http://children.org).For more relationship tips, tools, and encouragement, follow Grounded in Good on social media, and visit http://groundedingood.org to subscribe to the free e-newsletter to learn about new products/offerings and receive exclusive discounts.
35 minutes | a month ago
Lizette Roman (@lizetteRoman13) - Turn Purpose Into Profit
“They can take everything away from you, except your education!” These are words instilled by my father since I was a little girl. The child of immigrants, I recall my parents working diligently as business owners and US Citizens, doing everything they could to adapt, learn English, and prioritize education. An unidentified ELL, I grew up in a bilingual home.In 2004, I graduated from San Diego State University with a Bachelor’s in Liberal Studies Elementary Education with a Spanish minor and studied abroad in Spaindedicating myself to becoming proficient in my native language, finding a love for being bilingual!I have had the pleasure of working with students from various socio-economic statuses and ethnic backgrounds. My career began in the historic all-black catholic school, St. Francis Xavier School in Miami. In California, I worked with ELLs in a public school continuing my education at Cal State Bakersfieldearning my California Teaching Credentials including classroom management and Guided Language Acquisition Design AKA GLAD strategies. In 2009, I attended MountSt. Mary’s College- Cleared California Teaching Credentials with a focus in technology and social-emotional learning. I also served as a committee member for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.By 2011, I moved to New York, teaching in a Charter School with opportunities to advocate for children. By 2012, I earned my Master’s degree in Administration at St. John’s University, and an extension in Bilingual Education at Queens College. Today, I am a 6th-grade bilingual teacher in Brentwood School District, a district-wide committee member of the Instructional Rounds team introduced by Harvard University, and a hand-selected participant for the NY State Next Generation Learning Standards Alignment Educator Review panel.Throughout my years as an educator, I have always treated and advocated for students as if they were my own. I am a believer in Malow’s law of hierarchy, paying close attention to my students’ physiological, social-emotional, and academic needs. I have also founded clubs, like the OLPH running club, Future Leaders Club to provide positive outlets, and the Financial Education club in partnership with Capital One Bank for students.Recently, I have been honored as teacher of the month by the NYS TESOL association and Co-Chair of the Long Island, NY region. Now my desire is to Educate with Love. My mission is to be a valuable resource, helping other teachers thrive, inspire, and LOVE their bilingual students by providing them with easy-to-use tips, effective, research-based activities, a platform to build community, and encouragement to motivate their students and grow together.
30 minutes | a month ago
Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow, M.S.Ed (@jtbigelow) - Author Talks: Your Name Is A Song
Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow, M.S.Ed, is a Philadelphia-based educator and children’s book author. Her works, which feature young Black Muslim protagonists, have been recognized and critically-praised by many trusted voices in literature, including the American Library Association, School Library Journal, and NPR. She writes picture books and middle-grade fiction. Her books include Mommy’s Khimar, Once Upon an Eid (contributor), Your Name is a Song, and Abdul’s Story. She’s taught youth in traditional and alternative learning settings for 15 years.
44 minutes | a month ago
Stephanie Nimene, M.Ed (@EDSolutionsLLC) - Know Your Endgame
EDccelerated Solutions LLC was founded by Stephanie Nimene, a veteran educator of 22 years. The founder began her educational career as a private school teacher and now has served public and charter schools in the following areas: elementary teacher, math facilitator, math specialist, curriculum coach, turn-around principal, assistant superintendent of curriculum, instruction and assessment and school-turnaround leadership coach. Stephanie has earned a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education, a Master’s Degree in K-12 Educational Leadership, and a Master’s Degree in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment. EDccelerated Solutions LLC offers an array of educational services to ensure the success of schools, incorporating multiple amenities such as: turn-around leadership, culturally responsive teaching, trauma-informed instruction, equity training, curriculum development, leadership coaching, and teacher coaching. It is the hope of EDccelerated Solutions LLC that schools will improve the quality of education for teachers, students, and the community. Our motto is “Unlocking Potential, Delivering Results.” This can be seen in action as support to individuals, teams, and organizations to realize their potential, embrace change and attain extraordinary results through proven best practices.
42 minutes | a month ago
Coach Teddy Edouard (@TeddyISD) - Be Confident In Your Shhh
Coach Teddy Edouard is a lifelong learner, public speaker, writer, blogger and vlogger. He is the founder of Coaching for Better Learning LLC, where he helps people and institutions build systems that lead to lasting improvement, growth, and success. He owns an MA in Teaching and an MS in Learning Design Technology. He also teaches professionals how to protect their career and use artificial intelligence (AI) as a career improvement ally. You can say hello to him on Twitter (TeddyISD) and LinkedIn.
50 minutes | a month ago
Stephanie Rothstein (@Steph_EdTech) - Get Comfortable Not Being Comfortable
Stephanie Rothstein is an EdTech Consultant, Public Speaker, Google Innovator and Trainer, and currently serves the Los Gatos-Saratoga Union High School District as an EdTech TOSA (Teacher on Special Assignment). She is also the Co-Chair for the LEAD@LG pathway and teaches English 9 in LEAD@LG. Some of her recent work: My TEDX talk, “My Year of Yes to Me” was recently published on TED.com. My article "3 Lessons from Online Learning to Take Back to the Classroom" was just published on July 27 on Edutopia. Her lessons have also been referenced in Emma Pass' recent publication of The Hybrid Teacher Survival Guide. And her most recent project, Can We Talk Edu focuses on using personality and learning style as a way to guide grouping, feedback and connection in the classroom. She is the founder of multiple support groups for Educators seeking to grow their digital skills: Global GEG and GEG California (NorCal). She advocates for always modeling the risks we expect of our students and worked over this last year to earn her Admin credential and strives to always support others on their journeys.If you are seeking EdTech Consulting and support, Stephanie is happy to help. Please click here and message her for information. Follow her on Twitter @Steph_EdTech.
44 minutes | a month ago
Dr. Carolina Vila (@MsVila) - Becoming A Private Tutor
Dr. Carolina Vila is a high school mathematics teacher in Medford, Massachusetts. She has previous experience teaching middle school mathematics, mathematics intervention, geography, and computers. Besides her full-time teaching career, Dr. Vila tutors both child and adult learners for coursework and tests such as the SAT and MTEL. Other relevant experiences include summer teaching in Uganda, Africa, and Nepal, Asia. Dr. Vila completed her doctoral program in 2019 under the advisory of Dr. Lynne Celli and Dr. Judith Klimkiewicz at American International College. Her research focused on student attitudinal factors such as self-efficacy, self-concept, and enjoyment toward mathematics across multiple variables including grade level, race, and achievement. Her research is published in The Interdisciplinary Journal of Advances in Research in Education. Dr. Vila has presented on several topics including her own research, social media usage in schools, and inquiry learning. She is profiled in the book The Synergy of Inquiry Teaching (2014) by Paul Jablon as a model educator.
55 minutes | a month ago
Ashley Harlan, MBA (@ashleynatrice) - Wealth-care Is Self-care
Sales and marketing professional with a combination of informal leadership and skilled in curating exceptional customer experiences, passionate about providing results-based solutions to complex problems, accelerating sales, and strategically positioning products for maximum visibility against competitors. Multi-faceted with the ability to work cross-functionally and succinctly articulate complex concepts to partners on every level of the company. Areas of expertise include:- Sales- Public speaking- Employee development- Training- Personal development coachingSELECT CAREER HIGHLIGHTS- Formulate strategies based on sales data analysis, competitive insights, and sales associate feedback to create a marketing campaign for new product launch. Train sales associates on incorporating the strategy to position new products against top competitors. Present results of strategy to senior-level management.- Mentor new hire entry-level sales associates. Redesigned onboard program to include competitive insights training, formulating customized sales scripts and designed a best practices document from top sales associates.- Outpaced sales targets for the past 2 years by developing a targeted marketing strategy to focus on increasing sales for middle 50% of financial advisors in territory which resulted in an additional $200,000 in sales.Helping mid-career women of color develop the skills to become high earners with integrity, impact, and influence.
52 minutes | a month ago
Erin Kiger, MA (@EBGtech) - Author Talks: Balancing the EDU Life
Erin Kiger is a Training and Implementation Specialist with Swivl. She currently resides in central Florida with her husband and 2-year-old son. She has been an educator for over 15 years and is passionate about ed tech and supporting teachers. Her goal is to inspire educators to challenge themselves and their students to be lifelong learners. She is part of the Undrcaff3inatED podcast trio and will soon have a book published through Edumatch Publishing called Balancing the EDU Life.
62 minutes | a month ago
AJ Williams, J.D., MBA (@ajwilliamsco) - Own What You Do
Angela Williams is a legal, operations, and tech policy executive with over fifteen years of industry experience working for giants such as Google and Microsoft, AJ is a Board Advisor and Fractional COO that regularly advises entrepreneurs on infusing diversity and operational excellence into their company DNA. AJ is passionate about working with small businesses during growth stages to tackle their suite needs including: business strategy and operational excellence with the protection of legal oversight. AJ is also passionate about diversity in the tech space and regularly speaks to groups to drive discussions around biases in AI technology and ensuring that "move fast and break things" does not further oppress marginalized groups. Beyond her titles, AJ is called to build a cultural path for historically marginalized folks to thrive in ways they didn’t know were possible.
49 minutes | 2 months ago
Mandy Froehlich (@froehlichm) - Author Talks: Reignite The Flame
Mandy Froehlich passionately encourages educators to create innovative change in their classrooms. A former Director of Innovation and Technology, technology integrator, and teacher, she has experience at many levels of the organizational structure. Her interest lies in reinvigorating and re-engaging teachers back into their profession, as well as what’s needed to support teachers in their pursuit of innovative and divergent thinking and teaching. She consults internationally with school districts and post-secondary institutions in the effective use of technology to support great teaching, mental health support for educators, and how to create organizational change. Her first book, The Fire Within: Lessons from defeat that have ignited a passion for learning, discusses mental health awareness for teachers. Her second book, Divergent EDU, is based on an organizational structure she developed to support teachers in innovative and divergent thinking. Her third and most recently released book based on educator engagement and mental health is titled Reignite the Flames.
58 minutes | 2 months ago
Vicki Davis (@coolcatteacher) - Be Kind And Good Things Will Happen
Most importantly, Vicki is a classroom teacher and Instructional Technology director in southwest Georgia. She is into her eighteenth year of teaching at K12 and taught adults for five years before that. She graduated first her in Management Class at Georgia Tech in 1991 and has traveled the world talking about technology and reaching every student. Her philosophy to “innovate like a turtle” has transformed teachers around the world. Vicki’s heart is for today’s students and today’s teachers – both of whom have unique challenges of their own. Because two of her three children have learning differences, children who struggle have a special place in Vicki’s heart and she loves to find technologies to unlock each child’s full potential (and each teacher’s.)Top Education Blog. Vicki Davis has been writing the Cool Cat Teacher blog for 15 years and has been an Edublog award finalist for Best Teacher Blog. This blog is listed in the top 50 blogs in education and has more than 100,000 unique visitors who read this blog each month.Top Twitterer. Vicki was voted a top 5 twitterer in education by the Edublog awards in 2015, and named by Mashable as one of Twitter’s Top 10 Rockstar teachers. Recently, Onalytica named Vicki as the top female edtech influencer on Twitter in December 2017 according to their statistical research.Top Podcast. Vicki hosts and self produces the podcast the 10-Minute Teacher show since February 1, 2017. Within one week of launch, it hit the top 10 in the k12 store in iTunes. With 600 episodes, the show now has over 3 million downloads. It is a 5-day a week show for busy teachers. Vicki’s prior show Every Classroom Mattershad over 300 thousand downloads a month. In 2014, Vicki won the BAMMY Award for Best Education Talk Show Host in 2014.
56 minutes | 2 months ago
Christian Howard (@ChristianLachae) - Mental Health And Money
Christian Howard is a licensed professional counselor with certifications as a national board-certified psychotherapist and certified clinical mental health counselor. She is a mental health advocate and behavioral consultant originally from Los Angeles but raised in San Bernardino, California. Overcoming the odds from her environment where it was plagued by gang violence. She decided to attend Clark Atlanta University as a Psychology major postponing her dreams of being a medical doctor to understand why individuals behave the way they do after experiencing a traumatic event with the death of her high school sweetheart. After graduating from undergraduate school, she joined the U.S. Army to become a Civil Affairs non-commissioned officer. Joining the military forces to provide those in her community an outlet and resources outside of gang affiliation and leading by example that there is a pathway out generational trauma. Christian later found herself receiving a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2015 (Licensed Professional Counselor track) from Argosy University, which led to her being inducted into the Chi Sigma Iota Honor Society. Shortly thereafter starting the program she transferred to the DC campus, where she was able to work under Mayor Vincent Gray and Michelle Obama’s mission to end homelessness which affected individuals, families, and teen moms in Washington, DC area. Currently, she works at the Department of Human Services as an appointed Special Assistant to the Family Service Administration. She operates a private practice, Gracefully Fulfilled Counseling and Coaching Services transforming individuals and families through neuroplasticity. She owns CL Enterprise, LLC a company geared to transform marginalized communities domestically and internationally by applying 14 years of experience she has working in underserved communities using culturally competent best practices from an indigenous perspective. We must advocate, coordinate, and enhance sustainability for the populations we serve. Christian has done several speaking engagements for example The inaugural Build Your Own Brand Retreat conference participating in a panel discussion on mental stability and emotional intelligence. She co-created Proof-The Live show to curate a safe space for individuals to discuss mental health and entrepreneurship. She was a guest speaker for the annual Women Who Boss Youth Summit and Mental Health Mondays by BTF Clothiers. She continues to partner with Get Home Safe that brings the community and mental health professionals together to break the stigma and normalize therapy. She has partnered with DC Now Virtual Brunch during the pandemic to bring awareness to mental health resources. Lastly, Christian is currently a Ph.D. Candidate at The Chicago Professional School of Psychology studying International Psychology.
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