Business, Life, & Coffee | Entrepreneurship, Life Hacks, Personal Development for Busy Professionals If you could ask an expert in your field one question about business or life, what would you ask? Business, Life, and Coffee podcast host, Joey Price, CEO of Jumpstart:HR.

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More Than a Model:

Inside The Beautiful, Business Mind of Ashley Graham

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If you want to build a business and a brand, you've got to have confidence, authenticity, and intentionality. Learn how Ashley Graham (Time 100 Most Influential People, Forbes 30 Under 30, Model, Activist, Entrepreneur) channels her inner confidence and leans on her support system to change the way we embrace beauty - and the key lessons you can learn along the way!

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About Ashley Graham (@TheAshleyGraham on IG | Twitter | Facebook | Snapchat):

Ashley Graham is a world-renowned model who has been featured in Vogue, Glamour, Elle UK, Style Magazine, Harper's Bazaar, Sports Illustrated, and many other publications. She is a body activist who speaks out about body positivity and self-acceptance, particularly for women. She lives in Brooklyn, New York. Website: http://www.ashleygraham.com/

 

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Everyone loves to get into the Oscars debate. Who will win, what films got snubbed, who looked great on the red carpet?

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This year, ahead of the Oscars, the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism and Humana did research on a different Hollywood debate – its portrayal of seniors. Is ageism on the big screen affecting the way we view and talk to seniors every day?

Check out the study: http://humananews.com/2017/02/studies-show-aging-americans-snubbed-in-best-picture-films/

 

Joining us is Dr. Yolangel Hernandez Suarez, Chief Medical Officer at Humana, Inc. and Dr. Stacy L. Smith, Director of the Media, Diversity, & Social Change Initiative at USC.

About Dr. Hernandez and Dr. Smith:

Dr. Yolangel Hernandez Suarez, Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for the Care Delivery Organization at Humana, Inc.: In this role, Dr. Yogi has oversight of over 200 physicians nationwide who provide care to Humana patients. Her areas of focus include quality and patient safety, integrated health care, and care to special populations. 

 

Stacy L. Smith, Associate Professor, University of Southern California Annenberg School of Communications: Stacy joined the University of Southern California (USC) Annenberg faculty in the fall of 2003. Her research focuses on content patterns pertaining to gender and race on screen in film and TV; employment patterns behind-the-camera in entertainment; barriers and opportunities facing women on screen and behind-the-camera in studio and independent films; and children’s responses to mass media portrayals (television, film, video games) of violence, gender and hypersexuality.

Tags: Humana, USC Annenberg School of Communications, Oscars, Ageism, Seniors

January 31, 2017  
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Across the country, more and more families are discovering the power of school choice, including traditional public schools, public charter schools, magnet schools, private schools, online learning, and homeschooling.

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National School Choice Week is a nonpartisan, nonpolitical public awareness effort that shines a positive spotlight on effective education options for children. During the week of January 22-28, 2017, thousands of events will be held nationwide focusing on K-12 education and celebrating educational opportunity.

 

Andrew Campanella, the president of National School Choice Week, discusses school choice across America.

About Andrew:

National School Choice Week President Andrew Campanella is an outspoken advocate for providing all children with access to effective, excellent educational environments. Recognized as one of the education reform movement’s most effective media strategists and public outreach experts, Andrew has worked on a variety of education reform policy issues – from public charter schooling and private school choice programs to public school district teacher recruitment.

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Many people love to celebrate during the holidays during family gatherings, office parties, and other celebrations, but some people may drink beyond their limits. Adverse consequences can range from family fights or relationship problems, to accidents or embarrassing situations with co-workers. And for people who spend a lot of time drinking—including finding themselves craving alcohol or drinking more to get the same effect—this may be a sign of an ongoing alcohol use disorder (AUD). The start of a new year is a good time to look back at your behavior over the holidays, take stock of your own or your close friends’ or family members’ drinking patterns, and to consider ways to cut back or stop if alcohol is causing harm.

 

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The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism’s (NIAAA) online resource, RethinkingDrinking.niaaa.nih.gov, allows people to take a quick drinking pattern checkup, learn about signs of a problem, and get tips to cut back or stop. Additionally, NIAAA’s free booklet, Treatment for Alcohol Problems: Finding and Getting Help, covers the latest research-based treatments—such as behavioral treatments and medications—and what to consider when choosing among them.

 

About Dr. George Koob

Dr. George F. Koob, Director of NIAAA at the National Institutes of Health, is an internationally-recognized expert on alcohol and the neurobiology of alcohol and drug addiction. Dr. Koob began his career investigating the neurobiology of emotion, particularly how the brain processes reward and stress. He subsequently applied basic research on emotions, including on the anatomical and neurochemical underpinnings of emotional function, to alcohol and drug addiction, significantly broadening knowledge of the adaptations within reward and stress neurocircuits that lead to addiction. This work has advanced our understanding of the physiological effects of alcohol and other substance use and why some people transition from use to misuse to addiction, while others do not. Dr. Koob oversees a wide range of alcohol-related research, including genetics, neuroscience, epidemiology, prevention, and treatment. He is the author of more than 650 peer-reviewed scientific papers, and the co-author of The Neurobiology of Addiction, a comprehensive review of the most critical neurobiology of addiction research conducted over the past 50 years.

December 15, 2016  
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About This Episode:

 Robert Cenedella is one of America’s most outspoken artists and he is the subject of a documentary that is receiving Oscar consideration. The film Art Bastard has been the darling of the 2016 film festival circuit and is now on the long list for best documentary. Rotten Tomatoes has given the film a 90% fresh rating and Examiner.com called it “an invigorating celebration to a one-of-kind genius”.

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Now is your chance to hear from the rebel artist who never fit into today’s art world but has become one of its most provocative, rabble-rousing characters nevertheless. In an art world obsessed with money, fame, and hype, meet an artist who is driven by justice defiance and his own singular style.

 

About Robert Cenedella:

Robert Cenedella's works are known for their pictorial satire, humor and fantasy. His art chronicles the changing rituals and myths of society in contemporary America. In the last 20 years, Cenedella has amassed considerable international praise as well as inclusion in numerous public and private collections. His commissions include works for the Bacardi Int’l, Absolut Vodka, a theater piece for Tony Randall, and two paintings for the Le Cirque 2000 Restaurant in New York and Mexico City. Cenedella’s “Le Cirque — The First Generation” still hangs at the restaurant’s entryway and is featured in the book “A Table at Le Cirque”.[8]

Cenedella's life and works are the subject of the 2016 documentary film Art Bastard. The film has garnered multiple awards in the festival circuit, such as Winner of Best Documentary at the Manchester Film Festival and Winner of Best Documentary and Best Director — Documentary at the Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema. The film showcases "the mischievous tale of a rebel who never fit into today's art world, yet has become one of its most provocative, rabble-rousing characters nevertheless... [It's] as energetic, humorous and unapologetically honest as the uncompromising man at its center: Robert Cenedella." To quote Cenedella, "You can bastardize everything else in your life, but if you compromise with your art, why be an artist?"

In 2015, Cenedella was commissioned to create a painting titled Fín del Mundo, a tryptic that "captures the chaos surrounding Donald Trump's march to the White House."[20] It was displayed in time for the United States presidential election on November 2, 2016 at Central Park Fine Arts.

What the critics are saying:

*New York Times CRITIC's PICK! "Robust documentary portrait of lifelong rebel and art-world gadfly." Cenedella comes across as a reassuring voice of sanity.
-Stephen Holden, THE NEW YORK TIMES

 

"Michelangelo had the Sistine Chapel. Robert Cenedella has P.J. Carney’s." FILM PUTS ART-WORLD REBEL ON NEW CANVAS
-Steve Dollar, WALL STREET JOURNAL

"THE BEST FILM ABOUT ART I HAVE SEEN... A scintillating, visually splendid look at the life and satirical work of socially conscious, talented and articulate art rebel Robert Cenedella. The art establishment should take a fresh look at Cenedella’s work, which certainly deserves a major, reflective New York exhibition at this point in time."
- William Wolf, wolfentertainmentguide.com

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For the past nine years, in partnership with Rebuilding Together, a leading national nonprofit organization in safe and healthy housing, Sears has helped raise more than $20 million to assist America’s veterans and military families.

 

This holiday season, the Sears Heroes at Home for the Holidays campaign, will raise funds to support immediate home accessibility upgrades for low-income veterans. Members can donate to Rebuilding Together when they check out at any Sears store or online via a link at sears.com/heroesathome.

November 5, 2016  
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How One Major Retail Bookseller is Doing It's Part To Help Close The Tech Job Skills Gap

Ft. Kathleen Campisano, Vice President, Toys & Games, Barnes & Noble, Inc.

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Barnes & Noble and Maker Media, creator of Make: Magazine are teaming up for the second year to give children and adults in communities across the country the permission to explore, learn, make mistakes and have fun while building their tech literacy skills. 

 

Barnes & Noble stores throughout the U.S. will once again be transformed into a fun and interactive education space featuring “Make” Space where customer can interact with Makers, get hands-on with some of the latest materials for building and constructing and be introduced to some of the newest innovations using virtual reality, augmented reality, 3D printing, robotics, coding and programming and more! Guests of all ages will also have the opportunity to get hands-on experiences around the art of designing, handcrafting and constructing, in the spirit of collaboration, cooperative learning and teamwork.

About Kathleen:

Kathleen Campisano is an award-winning business leader with a 20+ year record of driving multimillion dollar growth. Her areas of expertise include marketing, branding, ideation, P&L management, merchandising, experiential retailing and innovation in both product and content development.

Campisano has been the Vice President of Toys & Games for Barnes & Noble since 2009. She is a longtime contributor to the toy industry and currently serves on the TIA Board.  Campisano has also served as Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer for Mega Brands, as SVP of Design, Product Development and Marketing, pre/post IPO, at LeapFrog Enterprises, along with key marketing brand positions at Fisher Price and Century Baby Products. Ms. Campisano has guest lectured at Toy & Game Conferences across the country, Haas Business School of Management at UC Berkeley, and has served on several retail panels representing the specialty toy market.  She holds an Executive MBA from the SUNY School of Management in Buffalo, NY, and a BS in Marketing from Xavier University in Cincinnati, OH.


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Understanding the Risk Factors for one of the Deadliest Cancers in the World
Ft. Thomas F. Nealon III, National Board Chair and Chief Executive Officer, American Liver Foundation (ALF) and Ghassan Abou-Alfa, MD, Medical Oncologist and Liver Disease Specialist, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City
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A cure for Hepatitis C. Liver transplants becoming more commonplace. New therapies against liver cancer.  During the 40 year history of the American Liver Foundation great progress has been made.

Unfortunately, liver cancer is one of the few cancers on the rise, with 40,000 new cases expected to be diagnosed this year. According to the ALF, being properly screened, avoiding risky behaviors and understanding risks associated with liver cancer, like chronic viral hepatitis, heavy alcohol abuse, obesity, type 2 diabetes and anabolic steroid use are among the most important steps a person can take.


About  Ghassan K. Abou-Alfa, MD

Dr. Ghassan K. Abou-Alfa is an appointed physician at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and associate professor of the Weill Cornell Medical College in New York. Dr. Abou-Alfa specializes in the treatment of gastrointestinal malignancies. He received his medical degree from the American University of Beirut, Lebanon, and completed his post-doctoral training at Yale University School of Medicine field. Dr. Abou-Alfa serves as the chair of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) Task Force for Hepatobiliary Cancers and the chair of the AIDS Malignancy Consortium (AMC) Non-AIDS Defining Malignancies (NADC) Liver/GI Task Force. He also co-chairs the hepatobiliary group of the Alliance cooperative group, and is a cadre member of both the gastrointestinal cancers and pharmacogenomics and population pharmacology committees. Dr Abou-Alfa who has lectured worldwide on the subject of cholangiocarcinoma, biliary cancers and hepatocellular carcinoma, is also a strong advocate for raising awareness and support for improving the outcome of patients with this disease, and enhancing oncologic education worldwide.

 

About Tom Nealon

Thomas F. Nealon III, National Board Chair and CEO of the American Liver Foundation. Mr. Nealon joined the ALF Board in 2009 and was elected National Board Chair in 2012. Under his direction, the American Liver Foundation has become the country's leading resource for patients and families living with liver disease, and a trusted voice for liverhealth, disease prevention, research and advocacy. He has helped further ALF's mission to facilitate, advocate and promote education, support and research for the prevention, treatment and cure of liver disease.Mr. Nealon is a graduate of Georgetown University and the Georgetown University Law Center.

 

 

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Help Promote Entrepreneurship Skills to The Largest Unemployed Minority Group in America
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Founder, CEO, and Chief Disabled Officer of 
2Gether International, a global non-profit for helping those with disabilities
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Ft. Diego Mariscal, 

About this Episode:

No doubt about it, disabled people are AWESOME... interested in seeing them become leaders and entrepreneurs?! This episode highlights the work, and fundraising goals of 2Gether International, a non-profit organization empowering persons with disabilities to launch successful 


Connect with 2Gether International:

Fundraising:

https://startsomegood.com/DisabilityProjectEmpower

Website:

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About Diego:

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FOUNDER & CEO of 2Gether-International.org. One of the only tech not-for-profits working on fostering disability pride. 

FOUNDER and President of 360-agency. The consulting arm of 2Gether-International.org. A strategy agency build for clients that want to better understand disability and the market value it represents. Clients Include: BLACKBOARD, THE WORLD BANK, THE US DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 


FOUNDER of Limitless Prepa Tec. Mexican student group movement. Providing sensitivity training workshops on disability throughout 8 high schools. Reaching over 3,000 students to-date. 


FILMMAKER AND VIDEO ART LOVER: 
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What Does it Take to Become an Award-Winning Executive?
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Tim Mulligan, J.D.
CHRO, San Diego Zoo Global
Winner - 2016 CHRO of the Year (HRO Today)
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About this Episode:
On this episode of the Business, Life, and Coffee show, Tim Mulligan discusses how he refined his corporate culture at one of the nation's premiere service-oriented non-profit organization. Also, he shares his wisdom about becoming an award-winning executive, advice for young professionals climbing the corporate ladder, and the unique advantage having a law degree can have as an HR professional.
Be sure to check out his book, "Roar: How to Build a Resilient Organization the World Famous San Diego Zoo Way" by visiting the link below or on Amazon.
About Tim:
Tim Mulligan serves San Diego Zoo Global as the Chief Human Resources Officer, managing a staff that fulfills employment needs for the organization's nearly 3,000 employees. Since joining San Diego Zoo Global over 11 years ago, his team has developed programs which led to several awards, including San Diego Business Journal's "2008 HR Professional of the Year" and San Diego City Beat's "2014 Best Places to Work in San Diego." 
Links for Roar and San Diego Zoo Global

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