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Join the riveting journey into the Web 3.0 world with the Tech Intersect™ Podcast, hosted by the globally-acclaimed Dr. Tonya M. Evans. As a distinguished full tenured professor at Penn State Dickinson Law, Dr. Evans is a beacon of knowledge in fintech, Web3, intellectual property, and financial inclusion, standing at the forefront of these domains. With accolades like the esteemed 2023 EDGE in Tech Athena Award for Academic Leadership and her pivotal role in the World Economic Forum/Wharton ...
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Making It Happen with Henry Ammar is a podcast that will provide real-world insights and evidence-based principles to create an empowered life that you can wake up excited for. The podcast is a mix of the best speeches, interviews, and any important empowering thoughts I will record intentionally to help you create a life you wake up excited for. It's time to fully live life making it happen the way YOU want it to! Henry Ammar is a human behavior specialist, impact entrepreneur, award-winnin ...
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A common challenge those of us in DeFi face is this idea that we don’t want rules and regulation when in actuality, we just don’t want bad regulation. Policy and regulation are a key part of ensuring that crypto is used how it was intended. Today we’ll be diving into the world of DeFi with Rashan Colbert, Head of Policy at dYdX, as he shares his ba…
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In this long-awaited episode, Henry interviews the incredible trauma expert Mastin Kipp. He’s a trailblazer who’s impacting millions by giving them a blueprint for creating lasting change internally on a biological, neurological level. But this is so much more than a simple breakdown of how the nervous system works. It’s a compassionate confrontati…
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Crypto plays a pivotal role in today’s financial world, influencing global economic landscapes and challenging traditional definitions of money. Noelle Acheson, a seasoned crypto market expert shares on the podcast why it is now more important than ever to start seeing crypto as not just a technology but an important player on the global stage, unp…
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Henry Ammar once again interviews trauma expert Dr. Frank Anderson for a long-awaited, powerful discussion on how love heals trauma. In this incredible, raw, vulnerable episode, Dr. Anderson opens up about his painful childhood, seeking approval from his family, struggling to authentically live his truth, and how all these traumatic experiences got…
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Technology is advancing faster than we can keep up, leaving lawyers, regulators, and businesses in its wake. Of these three groups, it's up to the lawyers to keep their finger on the pulse and spearhead these education efforts, keeping businesses compliant and advising regulators on potential new risks. Jamilia Grier, international technology lawye…
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As we evolve, so do our expectations of our leadership. We no longer praise the authoritarian leadership style but instead celebrate the leaders who take an intentional, collaborative approach with their team. Tony Martignetti, a trusted leadership advisor, dynamic coach, and acclaimed author joins me today as he shares the challenges that today’s …
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Coming off of the “Your First Million” LIVE event I was so honored to be a speaker at, I wanted to revisit this incredible episode with Arlan Hamilton, the catalyst behind Your First Million, founder of Backstage Capital, and creator of Arlan’s Academy She is changing the game for how we learn and interact with one another in the business and tech …
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Wharton’s David Musto talks about Penn’s financial literacy course, which is being taught to high school students across the country. It’s just one of the programs at the Stevens Center to help younger people understand money and make better financial decisions. This Ripple Effect podcast episode is part of a series on “Financial Literacy.” Hosted …
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If you ask someone if they want to use predictive coding they may decline, but if you ask them if they want an easy way to prioritize relevant documents they’ll likely say yes. Like most technological advancements, the misunderstanding of what it is and how it can be used discourages people from adopting it. Jim Sullivan joins me today to share how…
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April is Financial Literacy Month and it is no better time than now to start reconsidering what we are traditionally taught about income and savings, especially those looking ahead toward retirement. This week, episode 203 of the Tech Intersect™ Podcast is about Bitcoin’s bounce back! POWERED BY ADVANTAGE EVANS™ ACADEMY Unlock Crypto Secrets with D…
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Looking back at how data has been managed historically, only a small subset of people have access to the business data. Russ Hawkins and Agilence set out to change that. In an era where companies are strategizing ways to collect more and more data, Agilence is working with companies to expand what they can do with the data they already have. This w…
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A Web3-based CBDC (central bank digital currency) is a solution that bridges the gap between traditional finance and the innovative world of Web3. This would not only create a secure and efficient way to make payments but would broaden the scope of inclusivity in the financial space. Carmelle Cadet, a beacon of innovation and Founder of EMTECH join…
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As we celebrate 200 episodes of the Tech Intersect Podcast we’re also celebrating our journey of education, exploration, and empowerment in the tech space. And as I continue my mission to educate on the future of work, wealth, and creativity, I wanted to bring on Dr. Tammy Francis, a leader who embodies the very spirit of this show, not to look bac…
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Wharton’s Stew Friedman talks about his book, Baby Bust: New Choices for Men and Women in Work and Family, which has been re-released for its 10th anniversary with a provocative new preface. This evidence-based book examines the changing attitudes millennials and younger generations have about raising children in a society that makes it increasingl…
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Wharton management professor Amy Wrzesniewski studied the shrinking field of journalism to better understand how workers grapple with occupational instability and declining careers. Her co-authored paper, “Perceived Fixed or Flexible Meaning: Toward a Model of Meaning Fixedness and Navigating Occupational Instability,” appears in the journal Admini…
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In honor of Women’s History Month, I partnered with the Harlem Book Fair and Harriett’s Book Shop to curate the Black Women and Wealth series, a virtual author chat in recognition of the economic, business, and leadership contributions of Black women. Last night was the first of the four discussions aimed at exploring the nuanced and complicated la…
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There’s a difference between a professional mentor and a sponsor, but women need both if they want help moving forward in their careers, explains Wharton Deputy Dean Nancy Rothbard. This Ripple Effect podcast episode is part of a series on “Women & Leadership." Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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In this podcast episode, we're bringing you a taste of the live event that had some incredible feedback and sparked some powerful questions. We've taken a portion of our powerful workshop, "Break Through Your Limits," and turned it into an episode. We're talking about releasing those mental blocks and unlocking your inner powerhouse. In this snippe…
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Advancements in technology and the need for continued advocacy don’t take a pause just because it is an election year. It just means we have fewer legislative days to do the work that keeps our industry up with the times and protects the future of cryptocurrency. This week, episode 198 of the Tech Intersect™ Podcast is about navigating the legal an…
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Wharton Coalition for Equity and Opportunity's Faculty Director Kenneth L. Shropshire is joined by industry leaders Nzinga “Zing” Shaw, CEO of Attack the Glass, and sports and entertainment attorney Jaia Thomas to address pay equity and underrepresentation in entertainment. They discuss their experiences in developing diversity initiatives, includi…
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With the ever-evolving regulations around cryptocurrency, it can be a challenge to keep up. As the IRS ramps up regulations on documenting and taxing your cryptographically secured assets, you want someone like Charles J. Kelly on your side to make sure you’re staying compliant and maximizing your wealth. This week, episode 197 of the Tech Intersec…
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Wharton professor Keith Weigelt and President and CEO of Castle Oak Securities L.P. David R. Jones join host Kenneth L. Shropshire, faculty director of Wharton’s Coalition for Equity and Opportunity, to talk about the inequities in finance and financial wellbeing. They discuss the racial wealth gap, and the role of access, opportunity, and educatio…
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Worried about your money? Wharton finance professor Michael Roberts is here to help with common-sense advice on mortgage debt, personal budgeting, and planning ahead. This Ripple Effect podcast episode is part of a series on getting a “Fresh Start" this new year. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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