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Join the riveting journey into the Web 3.0 world with the Tech Intersect™ Podcast, hosted by the globally-acclaimed Dr. Tonya M. Evans. As a distinguished full tenured professor at Penn State Dickinson Law, Dr. Evans is a beacon of knowledge in fintech, Web3, intellectual property, and financial inclusion, standing at the forefront of these domains. With accolades like the esteemed 2023 EDGE in Tech Athena Award for Academic Leadership and her pivotal role in the World Economic Forum/Wharton ...
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Making It Happen with Henry Ammar is a podcast that will provide real-world insights and evidence-based principles to create an empowered life that you can wake up excited for. The podcast is a mix of the best speeches, interviews, and any important empowering thoughts I will record intentionally to help you create a life you wake up excited for. It's time to fully live life making it happen the way YOU want it to! Henry Ammar is a human behavior specialist, impact entrepreneur, award-winnin ...
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Wharton professor Keith Weigelt and President and CEO of Castle Oak Securities L.P. David R. Jones join host Kenneth L. Shropshire, faculty director of Wharton’s Coalition for Equity and Opportunity, to talk about the inequities in finance and financial wellbeing. They discuss the racial wealth gap, and the role of access, opportunity, and educatio…
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With the ever-evolving regulations around cryptocurrency, it can be a challenge to keep up. As the IRS ramps up regulations on documenting and taxing your cryptographically secured assets, you want someone like Charles J. Kelly on your side to make sure you’re staying compliant and maximizing your wealth. This week, episode 197 of the Tech Intersec…
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Worried about your money? Wharton finance professor Michael Roberts is here to help with common-sense advice on mortgage debt, personal budgeting, and planning ahead. This Ripple Effect podcast episode is part of a series on getting a “Fresh Start" this new year. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Wharton marketing professor Jonah Berger’s latest co-authored research focuses on storytelling. His paper is titled, “Seeing Your Life’s Story as a Hero’s Journey Can Increase Meaning in Life.” It explains how people can find more well-being and resilience by reflecting on the important elements in their lives and connecting them to a coherent and …
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Blockchain has unfortunately not yet been defined by its numerous important and consequential ‘pros’ but rather spotlighted in the news by the few debilitating high-profile cons (pun intended). This puts us in the challenging position to reverse the perspective of skeptics in Congress to advocate for innovation-friendly policies and regulations tha…
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Kenneth L. Shropshire, faculty director for Wharton’s Coalition for Equity and Opportunity, delves into the world of sports alongside guests Xavier Gutierrez, the NHL's first Latino president and CEO, and Jonathan Beane, the NFL's senior vice president and chief diversity and inclusion officer. The conversation examines the unique role sports play …
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Elizabeth Rossiello has transformed the foreign exchange landscape through her company AZA Finance. She joins us today to share her pioneering journey in launching one of the first cryptocurrency exchanges in Africa, empowering other women in fintech to find their footing and navigate the industry like a pro. This week, episode 195 of the Tech Inte…
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In this powerful solo episode, Henry shares the recent massive revelation he’s had in his own life and how much it will be shifting. This episode is a little different, it is a heart to heart directly from Henry to the community. It is also an open invitation for anyone who is ready to break through and unleash their powerful purpose to start creat…
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In this value-packed, powerful episode, Henry Ammar breaks down what is happening inside us that keeps us stuck. If you’re trying to reach your next level and make a difference but you keep hitting the same blocks or resistance, you’re about to find out why your body does this and what’s on the other side. Tune in to learn: Why your body goes into …
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Kenneth L. Shropshire, faculty director of Wharton’s Coalition for Equity and Opportunity, is joined by Wharton professor Guy David, Managing Director for Wharton’s Coalition for Equity and Opportunity Dr. Fareeda Griffith, and Head of TIAA Institute Surya Kolluri. They unpack the intricate ways income and wealth inequality reverberate through heal…
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Podcasting is currently a one-lane road where podcasters put their content out for listeners to consume. But what if we expanded on this, opening lanes for podcasters to connect with listeners, listeners to connect with podcasters, and listeners to connect with other listeners? That is exactly what today’s guest Meta-David is aiming to do with Scoo…
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With the recent approval of Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs) by the SEC, it’s important that we have an educated understanding of what that means for the future of digital money. I couldn’t think of a better person to help us explore this than my dear friend, JoAnn Holes, an IP & digital assets attorney and Web 3 advisor. She comes with a wealt…
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In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I wanted to highlight his principles of economic justice as it applies to economic justice in this new crypto economy. Dr. King’s advocacy for economic empowerment wasn’t about financial wealth but rather dismantling the systematic batters and creating equitable, transparent platforms where every individu…
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85% of the organizations that are leading the transformations, growth concepts, and innovation programs that are necessary to stay on track with the digital era fail, or at the very least, fall behind. At a time when transformation and adaptation are more important than ever, that is a daunting statistic. Today’s guest recognized the struggle that …
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We are all living with the benefits (or consequences) of the financial decisions we made in the past. As we look forward and focus on the transformative impact of financial technology, more specifically blockchain and cryptocurrency, it is important that we adapt to these changes for both personal and professional growth. In this episode, I dive in…
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From an outsider's perspective, crypto can be intimidating but by taking the time to educate ourselves on the fundamentals of investing in crypto, we can limit the risk and fear and begin to accept it as a digital asset we can really benefit from. This week, episode 189 of the Tech Intersect™ Podcast is about why and how to start your crypto journe…
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In this week's episode of the Tech Intersect™ Podcast, episode 188, I take a moment to address a persistent narrative that continues to cast a shadow over the cryptocurrency ecosystem. Despite the significant evolution of this space, there remains a chorus of skeptics who too hastily label the entire crypto world, and those of us engaged in it, as …
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Wharton’s Stephanie Creary speaks with two experts about why some employees feel the need to 'cover' aspects of their identity and how organizations can better support diversity in the workplace. She's joined by Kenji Yoshino -- a professor at NYU School of Law and faculty director of the Meltzer Center for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging -- an…
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In this digital age, you may have heard that anyone can make money online. While there is truth in this, it takes some intention and strategy to make the recurring revenue that turns your online service into a sustainable business. Today’s guest, Michelle Jackson knows just what it takes for online creators to make the income that lets them live li…
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Scammers are an inevitable obstacle wherever crypto is concerned, thus making it so important to protect your cryptographically secured assets with multiple layers of protection. Today’s guest, Ohm Shah joins us to highlight common scam tactics to look out for and the intuitive security tools that aim to protect their users. This week, episode 186 …
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It’s no secret that Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools have experienced a rapid growth in 2023. This makes it a pivotal time to test the contours of the laws that protect literary and artistic work when put up against AI. Today’s guest Stuart Levi joins me today to talk aboue the challenges AI poses to the current framework of copyright laws. This …
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Every single thing we do online along with the things other people post of us come together to create our digital persona, otherwise known as our digital footprint. This footprint stays with us forever, shaping the way we are perceived to peers, colleagues, potential employers, etc. Stephanie Humphrey, popularly known as “Tech Life Steph”, joins me…
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The current state of crypto compliance is a complex patchwork with different stakeholders involved at different levels. Luckily, there are organizations in place working to provide clarity and establish a unified regulatory framework to follow and that is exactly what Tiffany J. Smith is here to talk to us about today. This week, episode 183 of the…
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Wharton’s Stephanie Creary speaks with Dr. Broderick Turner -- a Virginia Tech marketing professor who also runs the school’s Technology, Race, and Prejudice (T.R.A.P.) Lab -- and Dr. Karim Ginena -- a social scientist and founder of RAI Audit -- on how to use AI while thinking critically about its flaws. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for …
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