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14th & G

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14th & G

Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen & Thomas

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Dean Hingson lets you in on what's happening at the intersection of politics and business. Each week Dean sits down with political influencers and experts to discuss the latest from Capitol Hill and across DC. 14th & G has been produced since 2017 by Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen & Thomas, one of Washington, D.C.’s leading lobbying firms.
 
This podcast features interviews, analysis, and discussions covering leading issues of the day related to electromagnetic spectrum operations (EMSO). Topics include current events and news worldwide, US Congress and the annual defense budget, and military news from the US and allied countries. We also bring you closer to Association of Old Crow events and provide a forum to dive deeper into policy issues impacting our community.
 
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Career Education Report

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Career Education Report

Career Education Colleges and Universities ​

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Career education is a vital pipeline to high demand jobs in the workforce. Students from all walks of life benefit from the opportunity to pursue their career education goals and find new employment opportunities. Join Dr. Jason Altmire, President and CEO of Career Education Colleges and Universities (CECU), as he discusses the issues and innovations affecting postsecondary career education. Twice monthly, he and his guests discuss politics, business, and current events impacting education a ...
 
The Evolution of Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations (EMSO) This podcast will take you on a journey throughout time and around the world to meet the inventors, the battles, and the technology that has not only shaped military operations - how we fight - but also how we live. The History of Crows will cover some of the most important discoveries, battles, and events that shaped what we know today as electromagnetic spectrum operations. Episodes that take you deeper into our history will be ad ...
 
Changing the Odds Remix elevates new ways of thinking, seeing, and acting to build toward equitable learning and development ecosystems by remixing ideas from the top thinkers and doers focused on young people. Sponsored by the Readiness Projects, Changing the Odds Remix is the latest endeavor of Karen Pittman, co-founder of the Forum for Youth Investment. Karen will invite guests each season to engage in provocative, engaging, on-the record exploration of a trending or emergent learning and ...
 
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The Science of Mentorship

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The Science of Mentorship

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine

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Mentorship is essential to the development of anyone in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, or medicine, but did you know mentorship is a set of skills that can be learned, practiced, and optimized? In this 10-part series from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, you’ll hear the personal mentorship stories of leaders in academia, business, and the media, in their own words. Learn how evidence-based mentorship practices can help you develop the skills to e ...
 
Every week a featured guest will help to explore a different part of the dynamic beer world. This will allow you to examine the beer world through different lenses. Whether you are new to beer, or a seasoned professional, we will have something for you! This show records and broadcasts LIVE on Full Service Radio from the lobby of the LINE DC in Adams Morgan, Washington DC.
 
340B Insight provides members and supporters of 340B Health with timely updates and discussions about the 340B drug pricing program. The podcast helps listeners stay current with and learn more about 340B to help them serve their patients and communities and remain compliant. We publish new episodes twice a month, with news reports and in-depth interviews with leading health care practitioners, policy and legal experts, public policymakers, and our expert staff.
 
In late June 2018, five people were murdered by an active shooter walking through their offices at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland. Prosecutors say he blocked the exit so the victims couldn’t escape. The defendant, Jarrod Ramos, pleaded guilty to the murders but his lawyers now argue he’s not “criminally responsible” — Maryland’s version of the Insanity Defense. Prosecutors contend that his attack was planned in a “calculating and methodical” manner because the paper wro ...
 
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The Future of Nursing

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The Future of Nursing

The National Academy of Medicine and The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

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The United States has some of the poorest health outcomes. Health disparities run deep, leaving many people without equal opportunity or access to care. As long-time advocates for health equity, nurses are in unique positions to address the root causes of poor health, reduce health disparities, and improve the health and well-being of the nation. In this 8-part series from the National Academy of Medicine, we explore practical strategies for the nursing profession to advance health equity. W ...
 
Mary Payne Gilbert can’t stop listening to podcasts and she can’t stop talking about podcasts. Now she's sharing her obsession with you. On Payne in the Pod, Mary Payne talks to podcasters about their shows, the stories they love to tell, and the personal insanity of being a podcaster.
 
Tired of being surrounded by sexist nonsense every day? So are we! Pour a glass of your fav and listen in as gal pals Tracy (a devoted Republican) & Kelly (a die-hard Democrat) dish about sexism in politics, business, and pop culture in their weekly NSFW podcast. Pick a side but beware, the side you pick may surprise you! Tell us all about it on social: @DameItAll
 
Every episode of Real Talk with NMAC provides people of color, allies, and advocates in the community — regardless of gender, sexual orientation, or gender identity — who are at greater risk of HIV/AIDS with a greater understanding of the role racial inequities play in the epidemic, and how to address them. NMAC (The National Minority AIDS Council) leads with race to normalize discussion about race within the HIV movement, bend the curve of new HIV diagnoses, and retain people of color livin ...
 
Politics. Policy. Polling. Pop Culture. Explore what America's thinking with two of the country's leading pollsters-the bipartisan team of Democrat Margie Omero and Republican Kristen Soltis Anderson. In this weekly podcast we take a fresh, friendly look at the numbers driving the week's biggest stories in news, politics, tech, entertainment and pop culture. Along with the occasional interview with pollsters, journalists, and other industry leaders, we'll lift the hood on the numbers reveali ...
 
Women Who Tech is on a mission to fund women-led startups. Through our Women Startup Challenges, which have been held at Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, and London's City Hall, we have brought together the best early-stage, women-led startups to pitch top investors. We've succeeded in enabling more than $20 million raised for women founders. What’s next? The Women Startup Challenge Podcast! Each week we’ll feature one of ten women-led startups competing for a $5,000 cash grant. We’ll hear from ...
 
JC Scott, President & CEO of the Pharmaceutical Care Management Association, discusses the latest trends, public policy developments, and political challenges impacting drug pricing and healthcare. You'll hear the nation's top thought leaders, policy experts, and political analysts on topics like how employers, unions, and others use Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) to drive value for their members in the face of growing healthcare costs. You'll also learn about advancements in gene therapy, ...
 
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The History of Crows’ is back with more stories about the world of electromagnetic spectrum operations (EMSO). The roots of electronic warfare lie in radar countermeasures–specifically, radar countermeasures in World War Two. We tend to hear more about the aerial radar countermeasure operations in the European campaign. But these operations were us…
 
Today’s episode features a surprising number of references to Roberto Clemente, awkward puns, and post-production inserts. Pottymouth goes full Criollos for this week’s boyfriend picks – Vimael Machín for Oakland and no-no catcher Victor Caratini for the Padres. Patti’s A’s guy is Skye Bolt for many reasons that are not his name, and exercises her …
 
Even in the midst of the pandemic, we have things to celebrate. Today, we raise a glass to the recently founded, first Black-Woman owned brewing brand in DC. Mike sits down with Eamoni, aka the Vibe Queen, and now CEO and co-founder of Urban Garden Brewing. Eamoni's story has captivated the DC beer scene. In this episode, Eamoni shares what it was …
 
Directed energy (DE) weapons are changing how we think about electromagnetic spectrum operations (EMSO). High tech innovations are more rapidly moving DE systems from the lab to the field and into the hands of our warfighters. In this episode, podcast host Ken Miller sits with Mr. Mark Neice, Executive Director of the Directed Energy Professional S…
 
Students and parents are questioning the value of a degree. Simultaneously, companies are questioning if graduated students joining the workforce are truly career ready. Higher education is feeling this pressure. Host Jason Altmire sits down with Eric Kuennen, Executive Director of Work Readiness Solutions with Kaplan University Partners to discuss…
 
We celebrate declaring boyfriends for the Guardians instead of “The Cleveland Team.” Pals Pottymouth and Patti choose pals Yu Chang and Bobby Bradley. For the Mets, Pottymouth looks to Yadi fan Tomás Nido, while Patti goes local with Adam Jones fan Khalil Lee. International Signing Day brings a phenomenon to the Nationals and “Little Altuve” to the…
 
This week, we are joined by Dr. Ellen Eaton, an assistant professor and infectious disease specialist at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Dr. Eaton works at UAB Medicine’s 1917 Clinic, a Ryan White HIV/AIDS clinic that relies on 340B savings to treat its patients. She discusses how the health system’s clinic has partnered with local communi…
 
That’s where we find ourselves in lockout land. Coaches can get jobs (yay, Joey Cora!), but players can’t get jobs as coaches (Sorry, Adam Eaton!) There are rumors of new economic proposals but no one seems to be in a hurry to get this done. We learn that sleeping in your car at an intersection is not a crime. Pottymouth selects Captain America-lev…
 
Everyone should feel welcome in the craft beer scene. But does everyone feel they have a seat at the table? A movement is making sure they do. Brandy sits down with Charles Rominiyi, co-founder of the Black Brew Movement. The Black Brew Movement works to connect Black American culture with craft beer culture. Charles shares the story of how he, his…
 
In this first episode of 2022, host Ken Miller sits with special guest, Col. Christopher “Trigger” Fernengel, the Commander of Space Delta 3, Space Operations Command, Peterson Space Force Base, Colorado. They discuss Space Delta 3 and how it executes premiere Space Electromagnetic Warfare through sustainable operations to dominate the space domain…
 
In our final episode of the season host Karen Pittman goes from interviewer to interviewee. Karen is joined by her Changing the Odds Remix teammate Katherine Plog Martinez to remix themes and ideas from the first four episodes – the role of all adults, the power of community, the diversity of learning settings, and more. In their conversation, Kare…
 
November isn’t too far away. The 2022 midterm elections are quickly approaching and several factors will influence the outcomes. To discuss and analyze the trajectory of the midterms, host Jason Altmire sits down with David Wasserman, Senior Editor, U.S. House of Representatives for The Cook Political Report with Amy Walter. Wasserman shares his ex…
 
Anzoátegui is the new “adorable.” Pottymouth’s favorite word to say not only comes up in our international baseball segment, but sneaks its way in to this week’s boyfriend picks for the Tigers and the Cubs! We begin and end with some winter heartwarmers of Minor League owners and hockey fans changing lives for the better, and we break those warm he…
 
It wasn’t a spider bite or gamma rays that gave Pottymouth her Red Sox fandom superpowers, it was her Dad. Hear Bob’s stories of Ted Williams, childhood trips to watch the home team from the bleachers, brushes with fame, and the nice Jewish boys playing for the church league. He confirms the till now urban legend of pulling young Pottymouth from th…
 
Upon further review, Adalberto Mondesi gets the Royals boyfriend nod from Pottymouth and Patti makes another early, bold choice for ROY with Bobby Witt, Jr. For the Marlins, Pottymouth hopes for A+ with Avisaíl Garcia, and your hosts want to have a beer with the maternal grandmother of Patti’s pick, Jazz Chisolm. As the lockout continues, there’s m…
 
Dean hits the mic for one last look ahead with his colleagues Republican, Bruce Mehlman and Democrat, David Thomas. In the wake of Senator Joe Manchin’s stated opposition, the guys take a deep dive at what we can expect when Congress returns in the New Year. And they’ll play America’s favorite year-end game, “Candy or Coal?”…
 
Education Reimagined is committed to a bold vision for creating equitable, learner-centered ecosystems. In this Episode, host Karen Pittman talks with two members of the Education Reimagined team – Alin Bennet, Vice President of Practice and Field Advancement, and Olivia Christensen, a member of the Board and a student at Morningside University. Al…
 
NCiB is 100% Boosted! A photo of Pottymouth’s Twins BF pick, Mitch Garver, drinking a beer while wearing his baby in a sling, has us waxing nostalgic and digging for similar photos from our own collections, while Brent Rooker’s Twitter feed is like a visit to the pop culture aisle in Patti’s brain. Showing her excellent judgment, Pottymouth sticks …
 
The New Teacher Center is working to disrupt the system of education by humanizing teaching, empowering educators, and centering students. In this Episode, Atyani Howard, Chief Program Officer for New Teacher Center, and Carlo Ramirez-Truse, the chair of the organizations youth advisory board, join host Karen Pittman for a dynamic conversation abou…
 
Fueled by local distilleries and breweries, Patti and the Pottymouth present their new boyfriend selections from the Rangers and the Pirates, with a bonus of Pottymouth sharing her research strategy tips (hint: it involves googling the word “scandal”). Please welcome Adolis Garcia (made us say “ARod”), Corey Seager (also made us say “ARod”), Ke’Bry…
 
This week, we are joined again by 340B Health President and CEO Maureen Testoni. Maureen discusses and analyzes major developments for the 340B program that occurred this fall. These include updates on the community pharmacy dispute, legislation on drug pricing, and the U.S. Supreme Court hearing arguments on Medicare pay cuts to 340B hospitals. Co…
 
It’s time for merry shenanigans in the DC area, and that means an overflow of holiday events and the festive beers that come with them. Brandy sits down with friends from Red Bear Brewing, co-owner Bryan Van Den Oever and resident drag queen Desiree Dik. Bryan and Desiree spread holiday cheer as they announce Red Bear’s upcoming seasonal beers and …
 
In this Episode, host Karen Pittman talks with Ron Berger, Senior Advisor, Teaching & Learning for EL Education and Margarida Celestino a freshman at Colgate University and alumnus of Casco Bay High School (an EL school). EL Education was born out of a collaboration between the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Outward Bound USA. EL schools …
 
Patti and the Pottymouth kick off a new round of baseball boyfriends with their picks for the Orioles and Diamondbacks. Pottymouth profiles comeback player of the year Trey Mancini, and homegrown utility player Josh Rojas. Patti finally celebrates Adley Rutschman Day and finds a way to tie it to labor negotiations. She also selects almost-Olympian …
 
Ken and special co-host Tala Alshaboot sit down with Jesse "Judge" Bourque, AOC Board of Directors, to wrap-up the third and final day of the 58th International Symposium and Annual Convention. Ken, Tala, and Judge give highlights from the sessions that included Lt. Gen. Clinton Hinote, Deputy Chief of Staff for Strategy, Integration and Requiremen…
 
Military and government agencies worldwide are eying 5G for its potential to revolutionize their communications. However, while the immense advantages are clear, many obstacles need to be considered to bring about new technological advances while securing communications. Host Ken Miller sits with Mr. Bryan Clark, Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute at …
 
Host Ken Miller sits with with Lt. Gen. S. Clinton Hinote, Deputy Chief of Staff for Strategy, Integration and Requirements, U.S. Air Force at the 58th International Symposium and Annual Convention. Ken asks Lt. Gen. Hinote to expand on his vision and the message he wants to deliver from his keynote session. To learn more about the 58th Internation…
 
This podcast episode covers the Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) Consortium briefing from AOC2021. The briefing provides an introduction to and updates of the goals of the consortium’s progress and recent milestones and what’s next now that 1.0 has been released. The event also included brief presentations on SOSA activities by a panel of re…
 
On the third and final day of the 58th International Symposium and Annual Convention, Host Ken Miller and AOC president, Mr. Glenn “Powder” Carlson discuss some of this week’s highlights from keynote speakers and sessions. As President of the AOC, Mr. Carlson, delivers a message for the global EW/EMSO community and where is AOC going from here and …
 
Host & Moderator Ken Miller sits with Ms. Michele Flournoy, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of WestExec Advisors, and a Co-Founder, former Chief Executive Officer, and now Chair of the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) at the 58th International Symposium and Annual Convention. In this special segment, Ken focuses on asking Ms. Flournoy the …
 
Host Tala Alshaboot sits with Jesse "Judge" Bourque, editor of the Journal of Electromagnetic Dominance (JED). They give listeners a recap of the second day of the 58th International Symposium and Annual Convention. Tala and John give highlights from keynote address by Dr. Kelly Fletcher, who is currently performing the duties of the CIO, the break…
 
Host Ken Miller sits with Ms. Vernita D. Harris, SES, Director, Spectrum Policy and Programs, Department of Defense Chief Information Officer (CIO) at the 58th International Symposium and Annual Convention. Ken and Mrs. Harris talk about her role as CIO as it pertains to the implementation of the EMS Superiority Strategy and what her overall messag…
 
Dean is joined by his colleagues Republican Bruce Mehlman and Democrat David Thomas to wrap up 2021 in 21 Minutes. The trains are all piled into the station, from government funding and debt limit to the defense and reconciliation bills. Which ones are stuck, which ones will move, and why is Yoko staring at us? Tune in to find out and thanks for li…
 
Host Ken Miller sits with Brig. Gen. Shawn W. Campbell, Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer, Chief of Space Operations, Headquarters U.S. Space Force and Chief Master Sergeant Amber B. Mitchell, U.S. Space Force, S1 Senior Enlisted Leader at the 58th International Symposium and Annual Convention. Ken discusses with Gen. Campbell and CMSgt Mitchell, …
 
Like the circle of life, there’s the circle of mentoring relationships. If the mentoring is effective, the roles of the mentee and mentor will change. Sometimes, mentees begin the cycle over again, this time acting as a mentor themselves. This transition can be exciting, but many new mentors find themselves intimidated by new responsibilities. In t…
 
Host Ken Miller sits with Brig. Gen. AnnMarie K. Anthony, Deputy Director, Operations for Joint Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations & Mobilization Assistant, Director of Operations, U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) at the 58th International Symposium and Annual Convention. Ken discusses Gen. Anthony’s operational perspective on EMSO from her bre…
 
Host Ken Miller starts the second day of the 58th International Symposium and Annual Convention with Mr. Scott Cooper, Senior Non-Resident Fellow, The Atlantic Council. They discuss the presentation by Dr. Kelly Fletcher (CIO), sessions covering the EMS Superiority Strategy Implementation Plan, JADC2, MBSE Digital Environment and Engineering, and S…
 
Host Ken Miller sits with Dr. Bill Conley, Mercury’s Chief Technology Officer, and the person responsible for the technical vision and implementation of strategic objectives at the 58th International Symposium and Annual Convention. Ken and Dr. Conley discuss key messages from the day, SOSA Roundtable, trends in defense industrial base, as well as …
 
Host Ken Miller sits with Gen. Stephen W. “Steve” Wilson, former Vice Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force (USAF) at the 58th International Symposium and Annual Convention. Ken discusses Gen. Steve’s opening keynote presentation with him and his main message to the audience. They also discuss the theme of the symposium, “All Domain Operations” and …
 
Host Ken Miller sits with Colonel William “Dollar” E. Young, Jr, the Commander of the 350th Spectrum Warfare Wing, Eglin AFB, Florida, at the 58th International Symposium and Annual Convention. Ken and Col. Young discuss the theme of this week, All Domain Operations, “how do we win the fight for the EMS,” and what “winning” looks like for the Spect…
 
That’s how we define a successful boyfriend season -- some we picked too soon, some didn’t live up to the hype, some left town, many were all we hoped for and more, but nobody broke our hearts. We had a great time saying goodbye to our 2021 crew and making room for the new guys. Wander Franco makes a case for being a 2022 Rays boyfriend with his tr…
 
In this special episode, Host Ken Miller kicks off the first day of the 58th International Symposium and Annual Convention. Ken sits with Colonel (Retired) Jim “Hook” Pryor, AOC Board of Directors and AOC 2021 Committee Chairman. They discuss the keynote presentations by Lt. Gen. Steve Wilson and Ms. Heidi Shyu and discuss their shared perspective …
 
Science clearly tells us that learning happens everywhere, and all learning is social and emotional. But we rely on schools and teachers as the primary input to learning and development. Urban Assembly, a thriving charter school network in New York City, has used these two truths to create a proven formula to upend the inequities that limit student…
 
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