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Making the Grade Podcast

Christine and Georgia

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Making the Grade is an education podcast for current & former teachers to share notes, define success & assess their own happiness in the classroom and beyond. Throughout history in the US, teaching has been an essential profession that supports the next generation. However, as the world continues to evolve, the education system seems to be years behind in many ways. “Making the Grade” explores the metrics of success in the modern-day classroom with current and former educators. We dive into ...
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Thread Cult

Christine Cyr Clisset

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Each episode Christine Cyr Clisset, of the sewing blog daughterfish.com, interviews creators and makers in the home sewing, fashion, and textile communities, ranging from independent pattern and textile designers, to couture experts and museum curators.
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Benchmark Happenings

Jonathan Tipton, Steve Reed & Christine Reed

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Brought to you by, Jonathan Tipton & Steve Reed of Benchmark Home Loans, Benchmark Happenings is a podcast that is a biweekly discussion about living in and moving to Northeast Tennessee along with the local real estate market. Join your host Christine Reed as she interviews Jonathan & Steve, local business owners, sought-after industry experts, Veterans, Realtors, Benchmark clients, and more. Benchmark Happenings focuses on discussing all things related to mortgages and Northeast Tennessee. ...
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Trainings

CBC of Savannah

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Welcome to the trainings podcast of Community Bible Church in Savannah, Georgia where our mission is to equip people to passionately follow Jesus Christ so that they love and impact their homes, their communities, and the world. Join us here as we explore and apply God's truth revealed to us through scripture.
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Fall of Roe

Christine Charbonneau

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The Fall of Roe Podcast is hosted by a forty- year veteran of the service-provision side of abortion rights. Chris Charbonneau caps her career as Planned Parenthood’s longest serving CEO with her new stint; guiding us through what is happening on the ground to people seeking abortion care as Roe falls. She interviews movement colleagues throughout the Country, and clarifies the implications of the looming (and actual) disaster unfolding in the USA, not from a legal perspective, but explores ...
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Atlanta Business Radio

Amy Otto and Lee Kantor

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Each week Amy Otto with AFLAC and Lee Kantor with Dr Fitness and the Fat Guy co-host Atlanta Business Radio. These in depth interviews with the business leaders who are leading the way in Atlanta go deep below the surface so listeners can learn best practices from these movers and shakers. Business owners in a wide variety of industries such as: technology, consulting, health care, coaching, human resources, insurance to name a few have been and will be featured on the show.
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Sustainable Finance has become an important phenomenon in financial markets but is still a new field. That means, there are new things happening every day. It is important to keep innovating in this field, and to critically evaluate what is going on. In this podcast, Julian Kölbel discusses ideas in sustainable finance. New ideas, good ideas, even dangerous ideas. He invites guests who are doing something novel, something interesting, something different that is worth discussing. His goal is ...
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Embarking on the journey of first-time home ownership can feel like navigating a maze without a map. But fear not, as our latest episode brings you the compelling story of Aiden and Lauren Moore, who, with the aid of Benchmark Home Loans, transformed their high school romance and pirate-themed pickup lines into a partnership for life. Celebrating f…
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S2 EP 030 | Student Advocacy & Activism: a Conversation with Advocate & Consultant, Kristen For the 30th episode, a local MA teacher shares how she successfully fulfilled her dream of becoming a business owner. Kristen, a fellow MA teacher, transitioned from special education teacher to building an advocacy and consulting company focusing on studen…
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When the uniform comes off and the echoes of a disciplined military life fade into the background, what's left? For Rob Campbell, it's a wealth of leadership prowess and a true passion for guiding others. We're honored to have Rob, a 27-year military vet turned author, coach, and entrepreneur, join us to unpack his exceptional journey from the bask…
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Embarking on a transformative health journey can be bewildering, but Dr. Tom Rogers of Performance Medicine charts a course that's as revolutionary as it is enlightening. With his own family's health challenges as the catalyst, he takes us through his evolution from a traditional family physician to a trailblazer in functional integrative medicine—…
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S2 EP 029 | Next Step Education: a Conversation with Former Classroom Teacher & Co-Founder, Meghan On this next episode, a local guest from the Boston podcast scene (thanks Kim!) shares how she successfully founded and scaled her learning center, "Next Step Education”. Meghan’s journey from the classroom to entrepreneurship is a testament to the po…
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Embark on a transformative journey through the world of personalized healthcare with guest Andy Rogers from Performance Medicine, as we peel back the layers of conventional treatment to reveal a tailored approach to wellness. In a discussion rooted in the philosophy of patient-centered care, we uncover the essence of what makes Andy's father, Dr. T…
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Embark on a journey through the world of custom homebuilding with Travis Patterson and Aiden Moore of Patterson Homes, the masterminds turning dreams into doorsteps in Northeast Tennessee. This episode peels back the layers of their entrepreneurial story, from Travis's leap of faith into the industry to Aiden's strategic financial steerage as CFO. …
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S2 EP 028 | Encouraging Creativity in Early Childhood Education: a Conversation with Pre-K Teacher, Hannah In this episode of Making the Grade Podcast, Georgia & Christine sit down with Hannah, a passionate PreK teacher from Fort Worth, Texas. With eleven years of experience in both public and private settings, Hannah brings a wealth of knowledge a…
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In this episode, I speak with Bertrand Gacon, Co-Founder and CEO at Impaakt. Impaakt is an impact assessment platform that crowdsources information from hundreds of contributors and thousands of reviewers. My favorite insights from this conversation were: I can highly recommend to try out the platform. You can explore company profiles, follow discu…
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As the golden hues of sunrise touched the gravestones at Mountain Home National Cemetery, I couldn't help but feel the weight of history and valor that surrounded me. Today's podcast is a commemorative journey with Sue Jehlen, the esteemed director, and Joey Stewart, as they share the profound stories embedded in the hallowed grounds of this Tennes…
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S2 EP 027 | Beautiful Stuff Project: a conversation with former teacher & founding executive director, Marina On the 27th episode of Making the Grade Podcast, Georgia and Christine connect with Marina, a former teacher & executive director of the Beautiful Stuff Project. The Beautiful Stuff Project increases access to play and the arts through the …
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MAKING THE GRADE S2 EP 026 | Teacher Career Transition Academy: a Coversation with Co-Founder, Lisa With teacher burnout being a buzzword in the news lately, it’s nothing new that teachers are considering new careers after many struggles in the classroom. What would it be like for teachers if they had a playbook of how to handle the stress & a way …
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When Houston Kitts, area director for Young Life in Bristol, Virginia, stopped by our podcast, he didn't just bring stories—he brought a testament to the power of presence in the lives of young people. The thread of our conversation wove through the heart of Young Life's mission, to introduce the love of Jesus Christ to every teen, reaching far bey…
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Unlock the secrets behind expanding a mortgage business with the dynamic father-daughter duo, Steve Reed and Brittany, from Benchmark Home Loans. This episode gives you an exclusive peek into their strategic expansion into Knoxville, revealing why the right person at the helm is more crucial than market potential alone. Brittany, with her fresh per…
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S2 EP 025 | Motivating Minds: a Conversation with Educational Consultant & Author, Ivana In this next episode of Making the Grade, Georgia & Christine talk with Ivana, the founder of Motivating Minds & Achievement Solutions. Formerly of Georgia & currently in DC, Ivana didn’t always know that she wanted to become a teacher. Prior to consulting, she…
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In this episode, I had the pleasure of talking to Christoph Gosdenoz, partner and chairman of FairCapital. FairCapital is an impact investor based in Switzerland that specializes in financing solutions for Fairtrade cooperatives in the global south. My favorite insights from this conversation were: It’s the specific design and timing rather than ju…
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Have you ever wondered what happens when childhood ambition meets tech innovation? Tune in for an exhilarating chat with Austin Ramsey, the mastermind behind Point Tech, whose journey from a kid running a DJ business to launching a thriving tech company embodies the entrepreneurial spirit at its best. Ramsey's tale is a tapestry woven with threads …
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S2 EP 024 | Believing Beyond You: a Conversation with Education Entrepreneur, Rebecca In this episode we’re chatting with Rebecca, an incredible educator and entrepreneur, and basically sunshine in human form. We recorded this episode back in October (eek!) but reliving our conversation with Rebecca was exactly what we needed during a cold February…
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As we usher in a fresh chapter with the turn of the calendar, Steve Reed from Benchmark Home Loans joins us to unravel the enigma of goal setting in our latest heart-to-heart. Promising to transform the way you approach your aspirations, this episode is a deep dive into why that ambitious list might just be the compass you need to steer through the…
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S2 EP 023 | Aspiring to Lead: a Conversation with Training & Development Specialist, Josh In this next episode of Making the Grade, Christine & Georgia are joined by Josh, the Training and Development Specialist for the Teach Better Team and manager of the Teach Better Podcast Network. Prior to Joshua's current position, he was a middle school Admi…
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Forget everything you know about non-profit organizations, because Leslie Walker from Agape Women's Services is here to share an inspiring tale of unconditional love and community support that is simply too incredible to pass up. Imagine a place where both men and women receive much-needed assistance throughout a pregnancy journey, a place that not…
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S2 EP 022 | Chat GPTeacher - Exploring AI: a Coversation with 7th Grade History Teacher, Jack With AI being the buzz over the last year in all industries, have you wondered about how this could translate (in a positive way) to education? Florida 7th grade history teacher & AI enthusiast, Jack, shares the unique moment when he knew he wanted to be a…
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Ever wondered how burnout can affect those in high-stress roles such as ministry leaders, first responders, and nurses? Well, this episode aims to shed light on this critical issue, with the help of our special guest, Christine Hensley. As a licensed counselor and a crucial part of Seat of Hope Ministry, Christine shares the intriguing story of how…
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S2 EP 021 | Starting Before You’re Ready: a Conversation with Sandy Making the Grade podcast is back for Season 2 with the 1st episode of 2024 coming at you from sunny San Diego with the lovely Sandy Patterson! After 14 years as an elementary school teacher, Sandy realized that she was in need of some guidance and sought out a life coach. And littl…
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Curious about how the home loan process is managed behind the scenes? We had a fascinating conversation with Ashley Stewart, a production partner at Benchmark Home Loans. Ashley has worked tirelessly to make sure that each client feels comfortable and informed throughout the home loan process. Her approach is centered around understanding the clien…
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You'd think that being a part of a movement revitalizing an entire town would be an overwhelming task, but not for Emily Champagne. As the Associate Director of Believe In Bristol, she's been part of this transformative journey from the get-go, starting out as an intern in her high school days! In our chat with Emily, you'll learn about the evoluti…
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In this episode, I sit down with Sam Vionnet, the author of Impact Thinking, subtitled “Learn critical thinking skills to make better decisions that create societal value”. The book is based on 15 years of experience in consulting with multinational corporations, NGOs, and investors. Sam reveals that there are a lot of beliefs that don’t stand up t…
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Meet Mark Isaac, a seasoned personal trainer and the driving force behind "Hit the Mark Personal Training". This episode is an enlightening journey through Mark's world of fitness and health, revealing how his unique approach and insights have helped countless individuals attain their fitness goals, all while enjoying the food they love. We discuss…
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Can you imagine voting yourself on who should sit on the board of a company you are invested in? Perhaps on your cell-phone? In this episode, I discuss with Georgia Stewart, Co-founder and CEO of Tumelo, how their technology democratizes shareholder voting and explore the opportunities and risks that direct shareholder voting presents in the contex…
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Ever thought about how to juggle the intricate dance of mortgages, parenthood, and business? Join us as we sit down with our very own loan officers, Brock and Lauren, who are pirouetting through this exact scenario. They open up about the monumental changes brought on by new parenthood and how that translates into their professional life in the mor…
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EP 020 | Georgia & Christine: Recap Season 1 On the last episode of Season 1 of Making the Grade podcast, Georgia & Christine recap season 1: what they have learned, surprising takeaways, & what’s to come in season 2! Their journey into podcasting has been an eye-opening & surprisingly liberating experience - and in helping other educators elevate …
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In this episode, I had a conversation with Philippe van der Beck, who wrote a fascinating paper (work in progress) titled "Flow-driven ESG returns". The paper highlights that investing $1 in sustainable mutual funds can increase the value of green firms by 40 cents. This raises questions about whether ESG investing really has an impact. Philippe ex…
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How far can affordable housing go in transforming communities and fostering true independence? Join us as we navigate this intriguing terrain with our esteemed guest, Laura Kelly, the Executive Director of Holston Habitat for Humanity. Laura unpacks the impressive work of Habitat for Humanity, explaining their three-pronged role as a builder, lende…
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MAKING THE GRADE EP 019 | Finding Teacher & Life Balance Through Overcoming Overwhelm: a Conversation with Teacher & Life Coach, Krystal On the 19th episode of Making the Grade Podcast, Georgia and Christine connect with Krystal, a middle school teacher & life coach who has over 18 years of experience in the classroom. A fellow educator from Canada…
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Have you ever wondered how you could make a difference in the life of a shelter animal? Join us as we sit down with the tireless Brandi Perky, director of Sullivan County Animal Shelter, and unravel her remarkable 10-year journey in animal welfare. From the cat room to the kennels and finally the office, Brandy recounts her experiences with passion…
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EP 018 | KaiPod Learning: a conversation with founder & CEO, Amar “I want to try something different” is the sentiment that began a new classroom model & organization for educators. With experience teaching in the US & India, Amar has spent many years in many different classroom models and roles. A fellow Boston-based founder, Amar Kumar, shares ho…
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Did you know that the University of St. Gallen in collaboration with Solarify offers the opportunity to invest into solar panels on their gym rooftop? In this episode, I talk to Aurel Schmid, founder of Solarify. Together we dive into the finance and impact behind crowd-founded solar panels and discover how small scale investor can have an impact t…
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How do you navigate the treacherous waters of transitioning leadership in an organization? And how can a founder's exit be a catalyst for growth, rather than a hindrance? Join us as we explore these riveting questions with Dave McCauley and Matt Overby, the dynamic duo at the helm of Summit Leadership. Through intimate conversations around their un…
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EP 017 | Modern Classrooms Project: a Conversation with CEO, Kareem This week Georgia & Christine chat with Kareem Farah, CEO and co-founder of the Modern Classrooms Project. Kareem spent his teaching career as a math educator in Hawaii and Washington, DC. Instead of using a traditional lecture model, Kareem taught math through a blended model wher…
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EP 016 | Teacher Training, Montessori Modeling & Classroom Community: a Conversation with Dr. Lisa Kuh After 6+ months of recording podcasts in different states, Georgia & Christine record in the same room for the 1st time for some great conversation with educator of all trades & author, Dr. Lisa Kuh. Currently practicing in Washington state, Lisa …
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Ever dreamed of cracking the code to happiness as a homebuyer? This lively conversation with Steve and Jonathan from Benchmark Home Loans might just be your roadmap to success. Guiding us through the world of home buying and mortgages, they offer unique insights on how to strategize for the best outcome. Key to this is sourcing a trustworthy loan o…
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EP 015 | Behavior Analysis: a Conversation with BCBA, Ben We hear so frequently about student behaviors interfering with learning in the classroom, but what can we do to help stop this growing problem? On this next episode of Making the Grade podcast, Georgia & Christine chat with BCBA Ben about how his journey in studying behavior analysis led him…
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In this episode, I talk to Lena Hörnlein, a senior manager at B-Capital Partners. Our discussion revolves around the interaction between sustainable finance regulations, including SFDR, and the operational landscape of a fund exclusively centered on energy transition assets. Lena provides a detailed explanation of how the regulation works. Interest…
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Welcome to an intimate conversation with the dynamic mother-daughter duo, Azlinn Edwards and Carlina Alder, masters of fashion and curators of the exquisite boutique, Azlinn Hope. They've built more than just a store, but a community that nurtures personal style and confidence, while supporting other small businesses. The pair are not just entrepre…
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EP 014 | Cultivating Courage & Connection: a Conversation with Coach & Consultant, Kelly “I have this crazy idea!” is a sentence that Kelly loved hearing as a former director. An educator from New Hampshire with 28 years of experience & an entrepreneurial spirit, Kelly is thinking outside the box in supporting educators’ mental health in workshops,…
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Ever dreamed of organizing a memorable event that brings people together and leaves them with a sense of achievement and joy? Meet Karen Hubbs, owner of Goose Chase, a full event management company that breathes life into those dreams. In this lively and inspiring episode, Karen shares her journey in the sports marketing industry and how her passio…
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EP 013 | Marketing & Sales for Edupreneurs: a Conversation with Consultant, Christina When teachers get used to signing a contract each year, it’s no surprise that pricing services is an area where educators need support. Georgia & Christine speak with Christina, an education consultant and former teacher / administrator from Texas. A self-describe…
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Get ready for a flavorful journey as we chat with John Brady, the mastermind behind Patriot Popcorn in downtown Johnson City, Tennessee. Discover the inspiring story of how John started this unique business, and how his creativity led to the mouthwatering flavors of Birthday Cake, Crack, Blend 1776, Maple Bacon Pecans, and Caramel & Cheddar Mix. Yo…
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EP 012 | Changing your Classroom Calling: a conversation with Early Literacy Coach, Amaris Have you ever felt like your heart belongs in the classroom but you’re itching to try something new? Baltimore ESOL teacher -> early literacy coach, Amaris, took a chance in a new role and shares her motivation to stay in education (and why she doesn’t want t…
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In this episode, I talk to Christine Chow about active ownership. Christine explains what it is, its dos and dont's, and what investors can bring to the table that companies do not know yet. We explore the tension that the best kind of active ownership is the most difficult to make visible, come up with an idea for professional certification, and C…
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