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We’re in an era of rapid change, where resilience is vital. The Davood for Thought podcast dives into the most important topics in government and technology, today. Our host, Davood Ghods, sits down with his vast network of colleagues to dish on the tech challenges that affect us all. Follow this podcast on your favorite platform and join the conversation by sharing it on LinkedIn, Twitter, or Facebook.
 
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It’s the interns' time to ask the questions, a place to get professional insight from the TAG employees themselves. Follow along the journey of a TAGpole as we share the experiences from interns to CEOs.
 
At the crossroads of uncertainty & opportunity, how do you Navigate Forward? This podcast focuses on making smart choices in a rapidly changing world. Lisa Thee investigates the challenges of being at a crossroads (societal, business, & personal) and finding the opportunities that arise out of disruption. Listen in on Lisa's future-forward conversations with the brightest luminaries, movers, and shakers. She digs into topics such as elevating the human experience, evolution of business, work ...
 
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An enduring military mantra is “Adapt and Overcome.” This is a rallying cry for unforeseen challenges and life’s curve balls, and a reminder that dire circumstances will not defeat us. In the face of a global pandemic, we are in a new battle, and healthcare workers are the new frontline heroes. To help them adapt and overcome this challenge, we’ve assembled our own rapid response force of veterans who have been in the fray, and who have practical advice to share with those at the forefront o ...
 
Small Talks shines the spotlight on things that go unnoticed but are integral to the way we live. Speakers will share stories about the small, sometimes invisible, humble design whose impact outweighs its fame. Small Talks is an event series run by the people at Made by Many, a product innovation studio in London and New York. Find out more: http://smalltalks.madebymany.com
 
"The Culture of Business..." Three weekly trending topics on the podcast at the intersection of advertising, tech, media, popular culture and the human condition. Hosted by Geoffrey Colon, Head of Brand Studio at Microsoft Advertising. Sponsored by Microsoft Advertising, Branding Strategy Insider and iOgrapher. #DisruptiveFM #dfm
 
Helping traditionally-minded sales and marketing pros become relevant by demystifying trending digital approaches. Why? To build stronger customer relationships. We also help curious, non-technical people talk the talk in B2B information tech and software. Hosted by Aaron Abodeely, a curious tech marketer and sales leader, who had a breakthrough when he learned about how tracking pixels, marketing automation, and simple video communications actually augment human interaction with potential c ...
 
Get the latest insights on climate change and breakthrough technologies and innovations that are fighting climate change! According to a United Nations climate change report, the evidence of human-caused climate change is overwhelming and continues to strengthen. The impacts of climate change are intensifying and climate-related threats to our physical, social, and economic well-being are rising at an unprecedented rate. Widespread climate changes are causing extreme heat, severe drought, un ...
 
Interruptions is a podcast hosted by Rev. Odell M. Cooper and Cathy Patton, two parents whose lives were Interrupted - one by gun violence and the other by autism. The hosts use their voices to Disrupt the Silence caused by inherited faith and family traditions, cultural and societal stigmas, and fear. Each episode openly addresses racial and economic disparities and the impact on mental health in communities of Black and Brown people. Their guests share personal stories about how their live ...
 
Welcome to Wildly Wealthy Life, the show that’s all about exploring the different paths to a life of freedom and fulfillment and how that ripples through your personal and family life and to the community! Wealth means so many different things to different people and achieving financial independence is never as straightforward as it seems. But just like every home starts with a single brick, there’s a method to building a dream and achieving financial freedom that ensures you get there in a ...
 
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Recorded Live @ People Get READy Bookstore 10/24/2021 Interruptions is a true story that details Rev. O's journey after her son, Jonathan, was murdered in a case of mistaken identity, becoming another victim of gun violence. This "interruption" in Rev. O's life ignited a domino effect of PTSD, depression, and grief compounded by a subsequent loss o…
 
New Cold Storage Method Solves Freezer Burn—And Saves Energy Have you ever pulled a long-anticipated pint of ice cream out of the freezer, only to find the strawberries crunchy and the normally creamy substance chalky and caked with ice? Freezer burn, a phenomenon caused by water in food crystallizing into ice inside the ice cream or fruit or meat …
 
A More Delicious COVID Screener One of the most bizarre symptoms of COVID-19—a nearly surefire way to know if you have been infected—is a loss of taste or smell. Estimates of how many people are impacted range wildly, with the highest estimates reaching 75 to 80% of COVID-19 survivors. There’s still a lot scientists don’t understand about why this …
 
Blunting The Force Of Disease Is Complicated COVID-19 vaccines are highly effective at preventing severe disease. But their efficacy in lab-controlled trials may not exactly correlate to how well they work in the real world. David Kaslow, chief scientific officer at the global public health nonprofit PATH, explains that a factor known as the “force…
 
Here’s How Biden’s Infrastructure Bill Addresses Science President Joe Biden signed a massive bipartisan infrastructure bill into law this Monday. The measure focuses on a range of sectors. It would funnel billions into cleaning up pollution in the air and water with efforts that include eliminating lead service lines and cleaning up old, polluted …
 
On this episode of Davood For Thought, we sit down with Dr. Jonathan Reichental to discuss the importance of having a plan for resiliency, technology advancements in the future, and highlight the areas organizations typically overlook. Dr. Reichental grew up with a peculiar interest in technology due to the creativity that comes along with coding. …
 
How many middle-aged Asians do you know that suffer from a stroke, anxiety, or early death? Not many, why is that? Shifu Shirley Chock shares how she uses Tai Chi to balance the stress and interruptions that happen in everyday life. Shirley wants to spread the message of this ancient Chinese Art of Healing with others. Join us and hear the ancient …
 
Listen to Rev. Dr. Anthony Bennett, Senior pastor at Mount Aery Baptist Church (Bridgeport CT) share his responsibility to carry the torch and message of the MAAFA as a ministry. As a young reverend Pastor Bennett was introduced to the MAAFA from his mentor, Bishop Johnny Ray Youngblood from St. Paul Baptist Community Baptist Church in Brooklyn. Pa…
 
As Wildfire Intensity Rises, So Does The Human Toll Of Blazes It was Labor Day 2020, and Mammoth Pool Reservoir, in California’s Sierra Nevada, was buzzing with campers. Karla Carcamo and her parents, siblings, cousins, and countless others, mostly from the Los Angeles area, have been coming here every Labor Day for 17 years. “Most of it is my fami…
 
Psilocybin Effective In Treating Serious Depression Depression is often treatable with medication, therapy, or a combination of the two. But some 30% of patients don’t respond well to existing medications—and may try multiple antidepressant drugs with little or no improvement. This week, researchers reported that a new trial suggests psychedelics m…
 
Its very simple search in podcast apps is not great. But search on a website is actually pretty good thanks to our good friends at Google. One of the things that can really make your podcast grow is by writing better headlines. And today, I've got a great tool that I just bought and couldn't wait to share with you. One of my top pet peeves is when …
 
Fact Check My Feed: More Kids Can Get COVID-19 Vaccines. Now What? Many parents around the U.S. breathed a sigh of relief—or an even more intense emotional reaction—at the long-awaited news that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) had signed off on advising the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 5 to 11 this week. T…
 
Behind The FDA’s Decision To Vaccinate Kids Under 12 This week, Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for kids under 12 was officially recommended by the CDC, after a unanimous vote from its independent advisory committee and the FDA’s authorization based on safety and efficacy data. In their analysis, the FDA said the benefits of the vaccine “clearly outweigh…
 
On this episode of Davood For Thought, we sit down with Rob Peterson. Rob is an Agency Information Officer at California Department of Food and Agriculture. He joined the state of California as a consultant to assist in resolving “dirty dozen” problems experienced by challenged IT projects. Rob speaks about the process of resolving these issues and…
 
Younger Kids Next In Line For COVID-19 Vaccines This week, an FDA advisory panel voted unanimously to recommend that the COVID-19 vaccine made by Pfizer vaccine be approved for children as young as 5. If the FDA concurs and the CDC agrees, lower-dose Pfizer vaccinations could soon be available for children ages 5 to 11, via local pediatricians. Jus…
 
The Science Behind Cryptid Sightings People around the world have long been fascinated by the idea that there are strange creatures out there, ones that may or may not exist. Tales circulate about cryptids–animals whose existence can’t be proved—like Bigfoot hiding out in American forests, or sea serpents lurking just below the water in coastal tow…
 
The Ancient Neanderthal Traces Hidden In Your Genome Just how much of your genome is uniquely human? It turns out the number of genetic components in the human genome that trace back only to modern humans, and not to other human lineages or ancient ancestors, are surprisingly small. In a paper published recently in the journal Science Advances, res…
 
Biden’s Administration Preps For A Crucial Climate Conference This week, CDC advisers gave their support to approve COVID-19 vaccine boosters for those who received Moderna and J&J vaccines. The recommendations would follow the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s authorization of “mixing and matching” booster shots from different vaccine developers…
 
Can I find my true passion in this new phase of my adult life and be happy? Owner of a newly opened shop called Bloom in New Haven, CT. Bloom is a vibrant shop in the Westville community. Meet the owner Alisha as she shares her story growing up in Boston to a single parent in Orchard Park, and Mission Hill, receiving a scholarship to private school…
 
On Long Island, A Tribal Nation Faces Growing Pressures The Hamptons on Long Island are known as a mansion-lined escape for wealthy New Yorkers. But the area is also home to the Native residents of the Shinnecock Tribal Nation. An estimated 1,500 Shinnecock members are left in the U.S., and about half live on the Nation’s territory on Long Island. …
 
More Boosters, For More People This week, an FDA advisory committee met to pore over data and debate the role of COVID vaccine boosters. And on Thursday, they voted to recommend Moderna boosters for older Americans, as well as people in certain at-risk groups. This recommendation came just a few weeks after the FDA authorized a Pfizer booster for s…
 
On this episode, guest Paul LaValley, Chief Information Officer at Yuba County, shares how his wide variety of work experience helps him and his team excel. Paul worked with several startups in the Silicon Valley and with his leadership, was able take 4 of them to the public stock market. As a CIO now, security is always on his mind. Listen for som…
 
The Hot And Cold Past Of The Air Conditioner In the Northeast, the leaves have started changing colors, heralding the season of pumpkins, sweaters, and the smell of woodsmoke. But in some parts of the country, the heat hasn’t let up. In cities like Dallas, Phoenix, and Miami, temperatures were up in the high 80s and low 90s this week—and with clima…
 
First Malaria Vaccine Is Approved by WHO The malaria parasite is one of the world’s deadliest infectious diseases, killing on average about 500,000 people per year—half of them children under the age of 5, nearly all of them in sub-Saharan Africa. Now, the World Health Organization has finally approved RTS,S or Mosquirix, the first vaccine against …
 
Dr. Peter Pirnejad is an award-winning government professional specializing in modernizing government operations, citizen engagement, operational efficiency, civic technology, and collaborative governance. Dr. Pirnejad shares how his experience at Foster City, City of Palo Alto, and Oracle have all helped form his resilient mindset while navigating…
 
Looking Back On A Century of Science In 1921, the discovery of radium was just over 20 years in the past. And the double helix of DNA was still over thirty years in the future. That year, a publication that came to be the magazine Science News started publication, and is still in operation today. Editors Nancy Shute and Elizabeth Quill join Ira to …
 
Healthcare Is Hard Enough to Get. If You’re A Trans Youth, It’s Even Harder Healthcare can be difficult to access for anyone—that’s been made clear during the COVID-19 pandemic. But for transgender youth, the barriers are exponentially higher. A new study from the journal JAMA Pediatrics shows that trans youth don’t get the care they need because o…
 
On today’s episode Mark Hadland, Founder/CEO of Level11 (now part of Launch Consulting's Apex Experiences group) sits down and talks about his success as an entrepreneur, along with the importance of risk taking an innovation. The Seattle native comes from a corporate background and started on the entrepreneurial path later into his career. Through…
 
Robert has spent the last 20 years working on industry leading software platforms. Building the culture around them, driving adoption across 100-1000 team organizations, and delivered on the promise of business agility. In his journey, he wasn't afraid to tear apart monoliths, consolidate repetitive systems, fully automate developer workflows, and …
 
Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant To Say Goodbye To Its Radioactive Waste Just before Thanksgiving, the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant in Plymouth is expected to reach a historic milestone. All the radioactive fuel that generated electricity—and controversy—for nearly half a century will finally be removed from the reactor building. It will be stored outsid…
 
Ice-Hunting Lunar Rover Robot Gets A Landing Site This week, NASA announced that it had selected a destination for a planned robotic lunar rover called VIPER, the Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover. The mission is planned for launch in 2023, and will rove about the Moon’s south pole, mapping the location and concentration of water ice …
 
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Nighttime Streetlights Are Stressing Out Urban Insects As insect populations—including bees, moths, and other pollinators—decline worldwide, researchers have established a variety of potential causes, including climate change, pesticides, and habitat loss. But now, new findings suggest yet another culprit may be part of the equation: night-time lig…
 
Scientists Potty Train Cows To Lower Greenhouse Gasses Scientists have known it for a long time: Cattle are a major source of nitrogen emissions, contributing to the global warming crisis. Alternatives have been tossed around for years: from eating less meat to feeding cows seaweed. Now, a new study out of Germany and New Zealand has a more outside…
 
New Policies Emerge In The Wake Of Climate-Connected Disasters This week, people across the United States continued to be reminded of the results of a shifting climate—with people in the Gulf states still recovering from Ida, northeastern states dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Ida-induced flooding, and western states battling wildfires and …
 
To Breed An Oyster In the ocean, climate change involves more than just warming temperatures. Water levels are shifting, and ocean chemistry is changing. Changes to ocean salinity caused by shifting amounts of freshwater could have big effects on the health of oysters, who need a certain range of saltiness in the water to be happy. As part of her d…
 
Fact Check My Feed: Why Are People Taking Discredited Horse Medicine For COVID-19? If you’ve been online at all in the past few weeks, you’ve probably seen discussion about the drug ivermectin. It was originally developed as an antiparasitic treatment for livestock, and in 2015, the Nobel Prize in Medicine went to scientists who found that it helpe…
 
Nation Grapples With Several Climate Disasters At Once Hurricane Ida wreaked havoc on the eastern U.S. this week. It all started in Louisiana, leaving daunting damage and a long road to recovery for residents. Even though Ida was downgraded to a tropical storm after leaving the state, it left a trail of destruction through the eastern U.S. and mid-…
 
Air Force Veteran and longtime business leader Rick Nelson joins this special supplementary episode of Davood for Thought. Rick has over 20 years of experience in process improvement, workflow methodology, and organizational management. He's spent the last 15 years of his career in the tech arena, leading the growth of two privately held firms to s…
 
A Skeletal Record Of Medieval England Society Whether you like it or not, a record of your life is constantly being chronicled. No, not through the internet or on social media—through your bones. If you’ve ever fractured a bone, that skeletal trauma stays with you forever, even after it heals. So researchers across the pond are using bones from med…
 
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