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A weekly podcast delivering diverse insights and perspectives from global leaders in business, executive education and diversity & inclusion. Hosted by award-winning content creator, author, speaker, certified diversity executive and cofounder of The Diversity Movement, Jackie Ferguson. This show is proud to be a part of the Living Corporate network.
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AIM for Safer Birth

Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health

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Join us as we dive deeper into the rising severe maternal morbidity and maternal mortality rates in the United States through a data-driven, quality improvement lens. Each episode will foster discussion with those committed to improving maternal health outcomes and saving lives.
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Constructing the Carolinas

Barnhill Contracting Company

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Welcome to Constructing the Carolinas, a show where we explore the growth of our communities, cities, and counties across North Carolina and figure out what's on the horizon. This podcast is brought to you by Barnhill, which has been Constructing the Carolinas since 1949.
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The podcast where we answer your burning questions and discuss the evolution of women's health through every stage of life. Join Dr. Randolph Scott and dually certified Women's Health Nurse Practitioner and Certified Nurse Midwife Kerry Autry as they discuss the unique health concerns women face and share expert advice to assist you on your journey to maintaining your health and wellness.
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Get ready to dive deep into the heartbeat of Raleigh as we explore our hidden gems, thriving food scene, rich history, and beautiful parks — as well as the programs, people, and ideas helping to navigate Raleigh’s biggest challenges, like growth, transportation and housing. “Big Ideas Raleigh” is not just a podcast; it's a journey through the past, present, and future of our beloved city. So, buckle up for engaging conversations with the people behind Raleigh’s big ideas. Find out more at ht ...
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Voices in Equity

Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity at Duke University

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Voices in Equity is the official podcast of the Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity at Duke University. The Cook Center is named after Samuel DuBois Cook, the first tenured Black professor at Duke University who exemplified the pursuit of social justice and equality. With research focuses including social mobility, education, health, wealth, and policy, the Cook Center aims to develop a deep understanding of the causes and consequences of inequality, and develop remedies for these dis ...
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Maternal Health Innovation

Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center

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We are the Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center, a network of maternal health equity experts and organizations working to make real change for women and birthing people in the U.S. Our podcast is a series of episodes connecting around culture, lifting voices and stories, exploring innovations in maternal care and discussing ways we can center equity in the way we approach our health and wellness. Learn more about us, explore our resource center and find support for all maternal hea ...
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Southern Gumption

Southern Coalition for Social Justice

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At Southern Coalition for Social Justice, we believe the South is the most radical place in this country; it’s why so much has been done to oppress those who call it home. In this podcast, you’ll hear directly from the folks on the frontlines; community members who are living the reality of uniquely Southern struggles, as well as advocates, lawyers, lawmakers, and others who are fighting back, creating solutions, changing the narrative, and forcefully demanding equal rights for all. Voting r ...
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Equity Raise

American Underground

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Welcome to Equity Raise: Leveling the Landscape for Diverse Founders and their VCs. Each year, less than 3% of venture capital funding is invested in startups led by founders of color and women. On this podcast from the American Underground, we’ll learn from some of these entrepreneurs who have successfully raised venture capital, despite the struggles and systemic barriers they’ve faced.
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Welcome to Creating Next, the groundbreaking podcast by TransImpact that delves into the dynamic realms of parcel spend management and supply chain planning. Join our hosts as they navigate the cutting edge of industry innovation, sharing insights and strategies from top experts. Subscribe now for an immersive journey into the strategies and technologies shaping the future of your business.
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Welcome to the Emergency Medicine Workforce Podcast, where we explore the business and profession of emergency medicine through in-depth interviews with the specialty's leaders. To all the EM clinicians out there, we appreciate you.
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The Pivot

Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

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The Pivot features stories of impact, discovery and surprise in public health. A production of the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
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To respond to the challenging times we are living through, physician, humanitarian and social justice advocate Dr. Paul Zeitz has identified “Revolutionary Optimism” as a new cure for hopelessness, despair, and cynicism. Revolutionary Optimism is itself an infectious, contagious, self-created way of living and connecting with others on the path of love. Once you commit yourself as a Revolutionary Optimist, you can bravely unleash your personal power, #unify with others, and accelerate action ...
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Walter Harris is the lead drummer in one of the most iconic groups in the world - Preservation Hall Jazz Band in New Orleans. Walter is sharing his energy, vibration, and God-given ability with the jazz community. It's a life he could have never imagined. Except he did - 20 years earlier as he was lying in his prison cell.
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You are so much more than your personality. That’s where your identity begins, but your inner character strengths determine who you become. Hosted by Tilt 365 Chief Business Development Officer Glodean Champion, this podcast takes us on a journey to increase self-awareness, grow character strengths, drive team agility, and develop a generative mindset.
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DADennial

Mike Trenk, LMHC

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Hi, I'm Mike! Along with being a dad by day, I'm also a mental health counselor by night in my own private practice. So I get to see not just my own personal ups and downs of being a dad, but I get to see other families and dads and trying to figure out their day-to-day struggles. As a clinician in private practice, and one of those dads sitting in pick up and drop off lines for school, I wanted to share what I see in this ever-changing world.
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Hosted by Terrance Ruth, this podcast decodes the language, decisions and hidden areas of local power that often seems illogical to residents. Our goal is to empower people to engage locally and to understand how significant it is to be aware and active at the local level. Once local government is logical, it will become meaningful and provide the benefits that allows for people to live a thriving life.
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At The Diversity Movement, we help organizations deliver real-world business outcomes through diversity, equity, and inclusion. On this podcast, we share insights, perspectives and tools from our community of experts, DEI practitioners, and business leaders as we further our mission of creating more diverse, equitable and inclusive workplaces for all.
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Event Horizons

Webex Events (formerly Socio)

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After a long and painful hiatus, live events are back - the hand-shaking, the galas, the panels, the happy hours, and the in-person energy. But with so many of us comfortable staying at home, how do we navigate the future of events? The technology is ready, but how do we leverage the right tools to create the best virtual, live, and hybrid experiences? Let's find out!
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I’m Dr. Cara Goodwin, child psychologist and mom of three. Parents, here’s the problem. We face questions each moment of the day about what is best for our children but we lack the time to research each and every question we face. My primary goal is to get research-backed information into your hands that is accurate, relevant, and helpful. As a parent of four young kids, I am definitely “in it” myself. Parenting Translator is where we share all the research that is important to me as a psych ...
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Poole Podcast

NC State University Poole College of Management

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At North Carolina State University’s Poole College of Management, we’re on a mission to create an innovative and collaborative intellectual environment. By balancing industry and academia, we’re developing and supporting leaders with entrepreneurial mindsets and the skills to solve our world’s problems. On this podcast, we’ll talk with faculty and industry leaders to share how thought leadership can be transformative in all areas of industry. This is how we think and do at NC State.
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Raising Young Children in Wake County

Project Enlightenment Foundation

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How do I know if my child is ready for kindergarten? How can children learn through play? Does nutrition, sleep, and activity really matter when kids are so young? I think my child might be neurodivergent. What should I do about it? What are magnet, charter, and private schools? And how do I choose what’s best? In this series, we include interviews with experts in early childhood education, psychology, and pediatrics to discuss topics including the importance of play, managing toddler behavi ...
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Welcome to the Innovate Raleigh Podcast, where we share conversations from the Innovate Raleigh Summit, held October 29th at the Raleigh Convention Center. With this podcast, we are highlighting inspiring stories while exploring the vision for the future of our community and creative, innovative ways to meet our challenges.
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Welcome to First Check, a podcast so you can learn how to be the next great venture capitalist or angel investor. As a partner at Cofounders Capital, host of First Check Tim McLoughlin has invested over $43 million in startups, and on this podcast, Tim shares what works and what doesn’t, so you can be ready to write your first check.
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For the Love of the Game

Ralph Perez and Ray Reid

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Legendary college soccer coaches Ralph Perez and Ray Reid have a combined 81 years of coaching college athletes, nearly 900 career wins, five national championships, and approximately 17,546 names in their contacts lists—and they're still in the game. On this podcast, they grab some of those names and talk what’s going on in the soccer world today.
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Executive Women's Day

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina

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The Executive Women’s Day event, where leaders of today and tomorrow gathered to engage in meaningful dialogue, was held on October 12, 2021. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina is proud to share insights from the keynote speakers and panelists on business perspectives, best practices, and the inclusion and empowerment of women in the workplace. The Executive Women's Day Podcast is hosted by The Diversity Movement co-founder Jackie Ferguson, and is produced by Earfluence.
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How do you take control of your life, and your career, without a guide to help you along? Talk West is a conversation-based podcast that goes beyond the LinkedIn profile to understand the nuances of our guests’ personal, and career, journeys. Tune in every other week to hear compelling stories, key insights and strategies about manifesting growth opportunities, unlocking new business potentials, and spearheading your professional journey. Walk West is a full-service branding and marketing ag ...
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Hustle + Gather, with Courtney and Dana

Courtney Hopper and Dana Kadwell

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Sister entrepreneurs Courtney Hopper and Dana Kadwell talk about the ups and downs of the hustle, and the reward at the end of the journey. Life starts at the edge of our comfort zone, and that’s what running a business is about: it’s completely uncomfortable and yet thrilling at the same time. Hear Courtney and Dana talk about the hard parts of entrepreneurship with other business owners going through the struggle as well.
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The One Lost Ministry

Troy and Michelle Manns

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The One Lost Ministry's mission and purpose is to empower the lost and less fortunate to cope spiritually, emotionally, and physically to improve their living conditions and build self-efficacy. The Founders of The One Lost, husband and wife team Troy and Michelle Manns, are focused on changing the world, one life at a time.
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Welcome to the Ecobot Podcast, where the Ecobot team shares information on how technology plays an increasingly important role in wetland science. If you don’t know about Ecobot, it’s the first software to bring true efficiency and accuracy to wetland scientists in environmental science, natural resources management, conservation planning, engineering and planning firms serving state and federal DOT, construction, mitigation banking, and oil and gas companies. In this series, you’ll hear fro ...
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Cynthia Barnes is is the Founder and CEO of the National Association of Women Sales Professionals (NAWSP), the nation’s only organization dedicated to helping women sales professionals reach the Top 1%. She recognized as a LinkedIn Top Sales Influencer and has appeared in over 250 major media outlets around the nation – including appearances in the Wall Street Journal. On this podcast, Cynthia talks to sales pros about what it takes to be in the top 1%, and what makes them Unstoppable. But i ...
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Moving the Needle

Christopher Gergen & Johnathan Holifield

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Highlighting innovators doing needle moving sh!t to create generational wealth and inclusive competitiveness. Communities worldwide are at an inflection point. In the devastating wake of COVID, there are unparalleled opportunities to move the needle on realizing truly inclusive prosperity, fueled by dynamic economic growth. In this moment, communities can make bold, strategic, and equitable investments. Needle moving investments not only generate catalytic and sustained community impact, but ...
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Vision of a Champion with Anson Dorrance

Tar Heel Sports Properties and Creative Allies

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"The vision of a champion is someone who is bent over, drenched in sweat, at the point of exhaustion when nobody else is watching.” On the Vision of a Champion Podcast, 22 time national champion and 8 time coach of the year Anson Dorrance - along with co-hosts Dean Linke and Natalie Bode - talk about what it means to be a champion with elite athletes and coaches who have been a part of Anson's Hall of Fame journey - Tobin Heath, Roy Williams, Lucy Bronze, Crystal Dunn, April Heinrichs and mo ...
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Nichole Lowe was happy enough at her corporate job, but then a life-threatening event happened where she decided it was time to reprioritize. She realized life was short, and she wanted more. Long before the coaching boom, she became a nutrition coach, and absolutely loved it. But with coaching, she discovered a huge challenge - while anyone could …
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Coco Brown is a four-time founder, board member and authority on modern leadership. As founder and CEO of Athena Alliance, Coco seeks to empower women professionals with the tools, strategies and network to grow, thrive and lead. She shares her perspective on technology roadmap, fundraising, sponsorship and embracing the gifts that come with age an…
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In this episode, Kelli's joined by Victoria Pemberton, RNC, MS, CCRC, project scientist at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI). They explore the critical link between heart health and maternal health, discussing high-risk populations, the impact of high blood pressure and stress, and steps for maintaining a heart-healthy lifestyle…
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“Where did you stay?” is easily the most frequent question we query or answer upon travel. And where you stay is personal. It’s the thing that can make or break a trip (beyond a bad Boeing or other flight faux pas). Tune in as Publisher Gina Stephens and Editor-in-Chief Melissa Howsam chat all things travel—from hotels worth building a trip around …
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How do parks transform communities? Join us for an inspiring episode recorded at the historic Halifax Community Center, a hub for local activities and community events in Raleigh. Your host, Dan Bagley, and executive producer Dr. Sarah Glova are joined by two special guests: Stephen Bentley, Director of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources, and…
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Welcome to STIRRUPS: Candid Conversations In Women's Health, the podcast where we answer your burning questions and discuss the evolution of women's health through every stage of life. Join Dr. Randolph Scott and dually certified Women's Health Nurse Practitioner and Certified Nurse Midwife Kerry Autry as they discuss the unique health concerns wom…
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Alison Taylor, a clinical associate professor at NYU Stern School of Business, Executive Director of Ethical Systems and author, shares her insights on the evolving role of ethics and integrity in the corporate world. Alison's background in corporate investigations, leadership, and sustainability provides a unique perspective on the challenges and …
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Join Dr. Ramona Olvera from Ohio State University and Dr. Holly Horan from the University of Alabama at Birmingham as they dive into community-engaged research, focusing on the Latinx population. Discover the transformative power of Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) and learn from experts Vanessa Caldari, a midwife and founder of the Pe…
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5 years ago, Donald Thompson invested in our company Earfluence because he saw an untapped opportunity to leverage podcasting to amplify your expertise. But this isn't about the growth of the business Earfluence - this is about the rise of "Earfluence" as a concept. Through his work as an executive coach, his leadership with The Diversity Movement,…
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Hang out with Publisher Gina Stephens as she chats with two prolific Raleigh restaurateurs Anthony Rapillo and Chopped champ Katsuji Tanabe about their just-opened restaurant, new speakeasy and scoop on upcoming Bobby Flay TV competition Bobby’s Triple Threat. Sir Walter Speakeasy Being Restored by Two Local Entrepreneurs Anthony Rapillo Opens Flou…
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SLI Capital has been in the news quite a bit, as it recently acquired controlling interest in green space self storage in a deal with Madison Capital, and it's developing a 1200 unit development by Dix Park. Plus it's developing East End Market, a new restaurant and residential hub by five points in a deal with Atlas Capital. Even in a down market,…
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Christie Allen, Senior Director of Quality Improvement and Programs at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), and Dr. Veronica Gillispie-Bell are back to explore the complexities of sustaining momentum in maternal health quality. After reflecting on last season, they discuss the concept of "health equity tourism" and the im…
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In this episode, Jamie Love, CEO of Monumental, shares his extraordinary journey from growing up in the Middle East to becoming an LGBTQ+ activist and entrepreneur. At just 21, Jamie founded Monumental, a diversity marketing agency committed to helping organizations find their authentic voice with an evolving consumer base. He discusses the agency'…
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Locals are ready for something to do—and Raleigh came to play. Hang out with Publisher Gina Stephens and Editor-in-Chief Melissa Howsam as they reveal a half-dozen new recreational destinations serving up adult—and fam-friendly—playgrounds with everything from pickleball to Putt-Putt, plus food, drinks, patios and more. New Recreation Concepts Comi…
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In this special episode of the Emergency Opportunity Podcast (EOP), Dr. Zeitz unveils the call for a US Declaration of Interdependence and calls for an open National People's Convention to find new leaders and heal the nation's divides. As the country faces unprecedented challenges—from political instability to social injustice—he calls for a colle…
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Do you know how to navigate your city? No, not the streets and paths — but the departments and offices. Who do you talk to if you have a question about your neighborhood? Where do you go for support? The City of Raleigh is passionate about helping its citizens navigate the city. That's why Raleigh offers a number of unique programs to help resident…
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In the upcoming season, maternal health champions discuss quality improvement, sustainability, patient engagement, and more. Following the Season 2 kick-off episode, listen along to "You Can't Get There From Here," a four-part rural perinatal care miniseries – where our host Christie Allen and a variety of guests highlight the unique considerations…
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Did you know Raleigh has over 10,000 acres of parkland? In this episode, you will learn how to maintain our parks, from greenways to urban forests. In this episode, you will hear from Parks and Greenway Infrastructure Superintendent Brian Johnson, Urban Forester, Zach Manor, and Assistant Director of Parks Charles Craig. Raleigh Parks is powered by…
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Did you know Raleigh Parks is home to the birthplace of a U.S. President? We will chat with the Historic Resources and Museum Program Administrator, Troy Burton, and learn fun facts about Raleigh’s historic resources and museum program. Raleigh Parks is powered by the City of Raleigh Parks and Recreation Department, and is hosted by Cara McLeod.…
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How exactly does the racial wealth gap impact Black entrepreneurship? In this episode of Voices In Equity, The Samuel Dubois Cook Center on Social Equity at Duke University tackles the intricate issue of the racial wealth gap and its implications for Black entrepreneurs. Join distinguished experts Mayor Leonardo Williams, Bertha Winbush, Kevin Dick…
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Buckle up as Publisher Gina Stephens and Editor-in-Chief Melissa Howsam explore the multifaceted world of car culture that's revving up in Raleigh. From car clubs and niche groups to car sharing and emerging vehicle trends, take a pit stop with RM for the inside scoop. Plus, learn what your motor match says about you. How Raleigh Rolls Meet Our Spo…
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In this episode, we delve into the inspiring journey of Dr. Doris Bullock, Interim Chief Program Officer of Arise Collective. Dr. Bullock shares her personal experience of incarceration and the profound inequities she observed and experienced within the justice system. After serving ten and a half years of a life sentence (with the possiblilty of p…
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Host Kelli Sheppard talks with Amy Green, a pioneering clinical social worker and entrepreneur specializing in maternal mental health. Amy, the founder and CEO of the Nashville Collaborative Counseling Center (NCCC) and Mamaya Health, shares her journey and professional insights into creating accessible mental health care for women. She discusses t…
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Everyone is talking about the businesses “ditching” DTR—but rest assured, it doesn’t mean what you might think. ...Tune in as Publisher Gina Stephens and Editor-in-Chief Melissa Howsam get down to brass tacks on what’s really going on Downtown. What’s Happening With Downtown Raleigh Revive & Thrive DTR Events Meet Our Sponsors: Olde Raleigh Distill…
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As a psychotherapist turned entrepreneur coach, Kelly Ruta has seen what holds her clients back in growing their businesses. Oftentimes, that's their Money Mindset. Today on the show, Kelly talks about: How to price your services The importance of understanding your own worth External judgments and doubts that influence pricing decisions Through he…
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Ever wondered how we can help preserve Raleigh's rich history for future generations? Join us for a fascinating episode recorded at the City of Raleigh Museum on Fayetteville Street. Your host, Dan Bagley, and executive producer Dr. Sarah Glova are joined by two special guests: Ernest Dollar, Executive Director of the City of Raleigh Museum and the…
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In this episode, you will learn about Raleigh’s Natural Resources and how we promote environmental awareness and stewardship. In this episode, you will hear from Environmental Education Programs, Sheryl McGlory, Natural Resources Superintendent Brian Smith, and Land Stewardship Program Manager Sean Gough. Raleigh Parks is powered by the City of Ral…
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Raleigh Parks makes a difference in our community through Community Outreach and Enrichment Programs, Financial Assistance, and Health and Wellness. Our spaces serve as gathering places where people can meet, interact, and build community relationships. Parks also provide spaces for physical activities like walking, jogging, and playing. The parks …
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Raleigh Parks foster community engagement and social connections. Listeners will learn about the importance of green spaces in urban environments and discover the economic impact of parks. You will hear from Raleigh Park Leaders about the Vision of Parks. Guests will include Raleigh Parks Director Stephen Bentley, Kate Pearce, the Executive Directo…
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Curious about how the City of Raleigh supports small businesses? Join us at Sugar Euphoria, a beloved wedding cake and dessert shop on N. Person Street, to hear inspiring stories and valuable insights from our community's entrepreneurs. Your host, Dan Bagley, and executive producer Dr. Sarah Glova chat with Mark Weldon and Carl Brooks II from the C…
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On today's episode of 'In The Thick of It', Dr. Benjamin Van Boxtel welcomes Dr. Daniel Swistel and Dr. Joseph Dearani to discuss Septal Myectomy and mitral valve repair. Why is personalized patient care crucial when managing hypertrophic cardiomyopathy? Tune in as these specialists explore the importance of customized procedures, teamwork across d…
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Join us for the Season 1 finale of Southern Gumption for a very special conversation with members of the Warren County Environmental Action Team to discuss the history of the North Carolina PCB Protests of 1982, which popularized the term "environmental justice." Learn about the multiracial coalition that formed the seven-week long fight against il…
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What is creative placemaking in micropolitan communities? And how can art and culture transform small towns into vibrant hubs of creativity? Investing in arts and creative placemaking is essential for small communities to thrive and connect, and here's the thing - it's possible to turn existing assets into beautiful and valuable spaces. On this epi…
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In Fort Smith Arkansas, the PEAK Innovation Center is is a multi-million dollar educational facility designed specifically for career-focused programming, which delivers hands-on, cutting-edge, technical, and career training to high school students in 22 school districts throughout the River Valley region. It's a collaborative project between Fort …
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Today we unpack the power of local narratives to attract businesses, talent, and an engaged community. Economic development specialist Kat Saunders joins us to talk community branding, which transcends mere logos and taglines; it hinges on authentic storytelling and the alignment of a community's internal positioning with its external marketplace m…
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For 20 years, the population of Hickory NC didn't grow. But now, it's on the rise with a trendy vibe that you wouldn't expect. So how did that happen? Today we uncover Hickory's transformation from a manufacturing-dependent town to a burgeoning hub and a shared community vision. Its continual reinvention and adaptability have enabled Hickory to ove…
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Lindsay LaBennett's career journey is a reflection of her strong family influences and unwavering dedication to hard work and respect. Inspired by her mother's engineering background and her grandmother's farm upbringing, Lindsay developed a robust work ethic and a deep understanding of herself. Lindsay's interest in sports and entertainment grew t…
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If you build it, they will come. Tune in as Publisher Gina Stephens and Creative Director Liz Reed Comella give an inside look at Raleigh Magazine’s inspired new Downtown office—and how it serves as a dynamic space that people want to work in, and where we can engage with you—our readers, listeners and followers. Raleigh Magazine Office Refresh Doe…
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Joe Davis, a senior partner at Boston Consulting Group, specializes in guiding employees and organizations through turbulent times. His approach, known as 'Generous Leadership,’ emphasizes the power of giving and empowerment to raise morale and generate results. With over 40 years of experience and a global platform that includes his book, ‘The Gen…
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Raleigh is a brunch town—there’s no doubt about it. Tune in as Publisher Gina Stephens and Editor-in-Chief Melissa Howsam reveal RM’s best brunches, in partnership with Got to Be NC—plus intel on best bloodies, weekday breakfasts, biscuits, mimosas and more. Raleigh Magazine’s Best Brunches 2024 Raleigh Magazine’s Best Restaurants Got to Be NC Meet…
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On this episode of 'In The Thick of It', Dr. Steve Ommen joins Dr. Matthew Martinez to explain the latest changes and updates to the HCM guidelines. What is the importance of personalized patient care, shared decision-making, and lifestyle adjustments for HCM patients? Find out as Dr. Martinez and Dr. Ommen discuss risk assessment methodologies, ef…
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Hear the stories of dedicated community activists as we tell the story of Edenton and its Confederate monument. Hear about the long battle over removing these monuments of hate in North Carolina, the recent legal battles over moving them, and how the fight for justice in one small Outer Banks town reflects the fight for justice across the South. So…
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Raquel Willis, an award-winning author, activist, and media strategist, shares her journey from growing up in a traditional Southern family to becoming a leading voice in the gender liberation movement. Willis candidly discusses her personal experiences with coming out, losing her father, and finding her authentic self, which led her to a career in…
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There’s no question Raleigh is rising in the ranks as a destination—from its cultivated culinary scene to its ever-heightened appeal as a metropolitan hot spot for activities and accommodations. Tune in as Publisher Gina Stephens and Editor-in-Chief Melissa Howsam reveal how one very hip local hotel launched us into a new league—and era. Raleigh’s …
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Like many micropolitans, Danville Virginia shares a history of reinvention and long-time development. It's challenged with preserving historical buildings, creating a vibrant community, and attracting new industries. It has to engage the community while focusing on economic opportunity and quality of life. So how can it do everything? Today's episo…
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Since the pandemic, the commercial real estate conversation has been loud and at times pessimistic. With over 100,000 employees, JLL is a leader in commercial investments and real estate, but they've had their share of challenges as well. But that hasn't stopped them from growing and innovating. Today, we welcome Raleigh-Durham Market Lead at JLL K…
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“You are Absolutely Worth It.” This isn’t just the title of guest Velera Wilson’s book; it is what she firmly believes. An award winning, Industry-Recognized expert, Global Speaker, Author, and Consultant, Velera combines proven and tested business methods with a heavy focus on how to remove self-doubt and replace it with self-confidence. In this e…
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Hot take: There is no better way to kill a conversation from the jump than by asking someone what they do for a living. So, when did it become a nonstarter—or worse… downright intrusive and rude? Hang out with Publisher Gina Stephens and Editor-in-Chief Melissa Howsam as they chat the great convo debate. Do You Know How to Behave? Are You Offended …
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How do you think of conferences as part of your overall marketing strategy? As an agency, we have so many options for marketing - paid ads, social media, podcasting, and yes, conferences. But where should we be spending our time and resources? Earlier this year, we had the opportunity to sponsor the PrideLife Expo from Harmony, the North Carolina L…
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Elaine Lin Hering helps leaders create environments that support rather than silence people. As a globally recognized expert in communication, collaboration, and conflict management and best-selling author, Elaine shares how she overcame a family dynamic that did not promote open discussion and learned to navigate difficult conversations. This epis…
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