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Queer Intentions

Stephanie Kaiser

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Stephanie Kaiser explores queer culture past and present as a bisexual woman. She asks questions, interviews others, and takes great pride and sharing other incredible queer stories. Support QI at patreon.com/QueerIntentions Instagram @queer.intentions
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The Agile Digital Transformation podcast is focused on topics such as digital transformation case studies and best practices. We explore technology and tools to support digitalization and aim towards actionable, real-world advice and insights.
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This is the real, raw, and all the feels of loving a child with disabilities. Episodes feature parent-guests, professionals, and solo episodes with host Madeline Cheney. Their authentic conversations don’t shy away from the strong and mixed emotions that often accompany medically-complex parenting. Parents listen in to feel seen, validated, and receive much-needed solidarity. Professionals working with disabled people listen in to better understand what is often going on under the surface fo ...
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Professional. Polished. Accomplished. Thoughtful. Made It. Ready to Make It. “Inspiring Women” is an interview show hosted by Laurie McGraw. 30 years of leadership in both commercial companies and non-profits has taught Laurie one thing: Women need women. Women need Inspiring Women. Hear short-form interviews every week from Inspiring Women who are at the pinnacle of their careers and Inspired Women who are just starting out.
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The Financial Findings Podcast: Where Financial Research, Policy, and Practice Meet

UW-Madison’s Center for Financial Security & Retirement & Disability Research Center

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The Financial Findings podcast, hosted by UW-Madison’s Retirement & Disability Research Center with support from the Social Security Administration, discusses recent research on retirement, disability, social security, and other key financial issues that American households face every day. Episodes contain interviews with researchers and evidence-based strategies that policy makers and practitioners can implement to strengthen financial well-being for individuals at all stages of life.
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Friendship, especially with those who don’t have disabled children, gets more complicated once you’ve had your own child with disabilities. It’s not necessarily fair, but it doesn’t change the fact that we often end up interacting differently with friends we had before our children were born. In this episode of The Rare Life, I’m joined by Jillian …
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Kimberly Eubank is a keynote speaker, advisor, coach and leading expert on digital transformation, as well as the Chief Digital Information Officer at Big Ass Fans. In this episode, we talk about the importance of embracing and planning for change, focusing on Kimberly’s Ready for Change framework and how it can help companies and organizations suc…
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Making the decision to leave your partner is no small thing, but sometimes, the rifts that come from the stresses of life as medically complex parents can erode our relationships. So how do you know if divorce is an option, and where do you start if you’re exploring that possibility? In this episode, Amanda Griffith-Atkins joins me to share advice …
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Stephany Lapierre is the founder and CEO of the leading supplier data foundation platform TealBook. In this episode, we discuss how the innovation in artificial intelligence can be leveraged to turn uncertainty into opportunity in the supply chain sector. We talk about the opportunities AI brings to procurement & the supply chain, as well as the ch…
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Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Woman Carla Harris. THE Carla Harris…the renowned international public speaker, top 40 female speakers in the world who is sharing her “Carla’s Pearls” on career success. This is the first of the 2024 WBL (Women Business Leaders) Series where Laurie and Carla are speaking to a live audience of senior executi…
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When her son Jeremiah was first born, Aneesa had no medical training or experience. But as it became clear that something was out of the ordinary with Jeremiah’s health, she did what so many of us do when our kids need support: she started advocating and asking questions. Eventually through her research and advocacy, her son was diagnosed with a ra…
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Matthew Kleiman is the co-founder and CEO of Cumulus Digital Systems as well as the author of the recently released book Work Done Right. In our second conversation with Matthew, we talk about making use of artificial intelligence, and in particular large language models, without falling for the hype surrounding these technologies. We revisit the c…
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Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Woman Judy Goldberg about her book WonderSHIFT , a guide and program for results driven transformation This Inspiring Women conversation was recorded in the New York office of Redesign Health and followed by a WonderSHIFT workshop. Judy’s life’s work is centered around education and teaching. This started in…
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As heart-breaking as it is, if you’ve been in the rare disease community for long enough, you probably know someone, maybe even someone close to you, who has lost a child. And because that potential reality looms large for so many of us, this loss can affect us as well. In this episode, Rose Watson, whose daughter Lavender has Trisomy 18, joins me …
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Anton Skornyakov is a holder of the esteemed certified Scrum Trainer certification, co-founder and managing director of Agile Coach and author of The Art of Slicing Work: How to Navigate Unpredictable Projects. In this episode, Anton breaks down the concept of slicing work and how it can benefit businesses and organizations. He shares numerous tips…
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Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Woman Dr. Jenny Schneider about the new Home[ward] Grown program to elevate women founders and leaders that was launched last year. Nikita Singareddy and Cydney Kim, co-founders of Fortuna Health, are the first mentee graduates of Home[ward] Grown and join this Inspiring Women conversation. Home[ward] Grown …
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Have you ever been in a conversation with someone close to you only to be cut to your core by their offhand commentary about your disabled child, their medical issues, or the life you and your child have? Friend, you are not alone. In Ep 153 of The Rare Life, Amanda Griffith-Atkins, whose sone has Prader-Willis syndrome, joins us to address some of…
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Greg Brooks is the Chief Marketing Officer at the data-driven SEO and link building agency SearchTides. In this episode, we talk about the future of search engine marketing and optimization in a digital landscape driven by artificial intelligence. We take a look at the state of SEO before the public release of ChatGPT in November 2022, what has cha…
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Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Woman Cheryl Capps, a trail blazing leader and maverick in the world of supply chain. Supply chain came to be in the late ‘90s, early 2000 time period. Cheryl viewed the discipline of attacking problems from many different angles as simply, interesting. She did not view it as a disadvantage to be one of HARD…
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Franz Karlsberger is the CEO of the developer focused open-source application delivery and hosting platform amazee.io. In this episode, we talk about navigating the challenges of building a successful business based on open-source technologies, with Franz sharing his first-hand experiences of leading amazee.io as well as his tips for making sense o…
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Finding out your baby had a life-altering stroke in utero brings shock, heartache, and a whole lot of guilt. But when the medical trauma keeps coming after that initial diagnosis, year after year, hospital visit after hospital visit, there’s rarely time to work through all of those complicated feelings. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In Ep 152 of The Rare Life, Stephan…
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Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Woman Stephanie Mercado of the National Association for Healthcare Quality (NAHQ). Stephanie was recently named as a Top Most Influential person in healthcare which is representative of her work and the work of NAHQ. NAHQ, aims to provide solutions for the most pressing issues in healthcare which today vast.…
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We all need friends... but not just any friends. We need friends who just get it and don’t need us to explain every little aspect of our life to understand. In short, we need friends who are also parents to disabled and medically complex children. But how do we find and make those friends? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In Ep 151 of The Rare Life, I sit down with Kari …
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We talk all the time about our disabled children in this space... But what about their non-disabled siblings? In today's episode of The Rare Life, we're going to hear from them directly: about the good, the hard, the unexpected, and about just how much they love their disabled brothers and sisters. We heard from nearly thirty siblings, from toddler…
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Nikola Mrkšić is one of the masterminds behind Apple's digital assistant Siri, as well as the CEO and co-founder of PolyAI. In this episode, we speak about winning (back) trust in the age of artificial intelligence. We discuss the importance of trust for effective customer relationships, as well as look at the bigger picture with regards to the ove…
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Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Woman Candace Richardson of General Catalyst. Candance talks about her investing philosophy, why measuring portfolio success based on societal impact is important, what Black History Month means to her, and then we also talk some girl math – as in when closing the gender health gap has a $1T global impact ….…
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Only two days left in the Family and Friends fundraiser, and while we’re overjoyed and awed at how successful this fundraiser has been, we’re still 10% away from our goal! If you haven’t joined in on this fundraiser yet, it’s not too late. You’d be amazed at what you can accomplish in 48 hours, so will you join us for this final sprint to the finis…
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Imagine spending years trying to get pregnant, following every protocol, and struggling through the heartache of not being able to build your family. Then, finally, after all the difficulty, you get to have two beautiful twin girls, and you think maybe, “This is it! The struggle is over!” But, because life isn’t always fair, you find out soon after…
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Andrej Safundzic is the CEO and co-founder of Lumos, an advanced SaaS management and identity governance platform. In this episode, we discuss the APPocalypse, that is, the overabundance of digital tools and applications. We start with some history and how we got to this sprawl of apps, before moving on to discussing the impacts it has on both busi…
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Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Woman Dr. Bayo Curry-Winchell, known to many as just Dr. BCW. She is the creator of Beyond Clinical Walls, a popular video series where Dr. BCW discusses a wide variety of health topics. Her intention is to create awareness and advocate for patients while also infusing health equity into the series. Advocacy…
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Less than a week into our Family and Friends fundraiser, and we have some super exciting news to share! If you haven’t joined in on this fundraiser yet, we’ve got a list of ways you can get involved, plus some helpful tips to make it all a little easier! Get more info at https://therarelife.org/fundraiser. Thank you so much, friends! Links: Join us…
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Our kids touch the lives of everyone around us, but especially our close family and friends. But we don’t always get to hear that perspective from the outside. So on this episode of The Rare Life, we’ll finally get to hear from those close to us about what it was like to watch us endure trauma, explore parenthood with a medically complex child, and…
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Eric Siegel is a former Columbia professor, leading ML consultant and author of The AI Playbook: Mastering the Rare Art of Machine Learning Deployment, which has just recently been released. In this episode, we talk about whether or not we're headed towards an AI winter and what implications this would have for the future of innovation in artificia…
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Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Woman Dr. Nishi Rawat, Bamboo Health’s Chief Clinical Officer. In medical school, like most physicians, Dr. Rawat had little to no training on mental health or substance use disorder. And yet, day in and day out, as a critical care physician this is what she was seeing. Dealing with these medical issues, the…
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If you feel like you’re missing out on sexual intimacy in your life since entering your medically complex or disability parenting journey, you are not alone! We took a poll on Instagram and 90% of respondents said that their sex life had been impacted by medically complex life. The reasons for this impact are endless: no time, no energy, no space, …
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Cody Schneider is the co-founder of the AI SEO content engine DraftHorse AI, and of an advanced AI writer engine for podcasters, Swell AI. In this episode, we talk about how to navigate career pivots through disruption and volatility, and Cody shares some of his personal experience with needing to make a sudden shift in his career. Links & mentions…
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When it comes to parenting children with rare disease, there’s often a lot of focus on the moms and their experiences around birth, the diagnostic process, and the work of giving care. One group we hear a lot less from? The dads. So in today’s episode, we’re digging in to the Dad side of things. Joined by Derek, whose daughter has intractable epile…
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Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Woman Nicquel Terry Ellis, CNN’s Race and Equality Senior Writer and an award-winning journalist. Nicquel’s love for journalism started early as a staff writer for the high school newspaper where she covered protests on school dress code policy. Being extremely curious about what is happening in the world ar…
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When Ashley’s daughter Sadie was born, medical complexity took their family by surprise. A hospitalization post-birth eventually led to a life-limiting diagnosis of childhood dementia, and Ashley’s family was turned completely upside down. In this raw and real episode of The Rare Life, Ashley shares what it was like to receive her daughter’s diagno…
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Lisa Carlin is a strategy execution specialist and scale up mentor, as well as co-founder of FutureBuilders Group, a network of Organizational Development specialists. In this episode, we talk about designing successful strategies and building internal communities to drive change with significant benefits and as little upheaval as possible to the p…
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Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Woman Naomi Allen, CoFounder and CEO of Brightline. This is the finale episode of this Inspiring Women collaboration highlighting several of the extraordinary women leaders in the 7Wire family. Naomi is no stranger to building and scaling companies and her experience includes near seven years working in the …
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It’s wild to think about, but we’re kicking off Season 9 of The Rare Life! And this season, it’s all about relationships. Relationships with your child, your spouse, your peers, your friends, your loved ones, and more! We’re not holding anything back, so some of these topics might get a little spicy! Plus, we’re introducing our 2024 Friends + Famil…
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Jack Skeels is an award-winning executive, frequent keynote speaker and published thought leader, the CEO & founder of AgencyAgile, and the author of the recently published book Unmanaged. In this episode, we break down the concept of unmanaging, exploring how it differs from traditional management approaches and in what ways it resembles the agile…
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Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Woman Dr. Robin Berzin, Founder and CEO of Parsley Health. This is the next episode of this Inspiring Women collaboration highlighting several of the extraordinary women leaders in the 7Wire family. A third of this country, ~100M Americans, have two or more chronic conditions which also equates to about seve…
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Matthew Kleiman is the co-founder and CEO of Cumulus Digital Systems as well as the author of the recently released book Work Done Right. In this episode, we talk about some of the key lessons and takeaways from Matthew's book, covering topics such as systems thinking and how it differs from systems engineering, the issues with having to do rework …
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Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Woman Jennie Shulkin, Founder and CEO of Override Health at HLTH 2023. This is the next episode of this Inspiring Women collaboration highlighting several of the extraordinary women leaders in the 7Wire family. Jennie joined forces with her father, Dr. David Shulkin, former US Secretary of the VA to address …
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Kicking off this Inspiring Women collaboration highlighting several of the extraordinary women leaders in the 7Wire Ventures family. As a seasoned healthcare executive, entrepreneur, and previous government servant, Lori is familiar with the need to address healthcare problems at scale. Given the tsunami of need, Lori created Caraway to redefine he…
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Amir Haramaty is the CEO and co-founder of aiOla, an AI speech technology that helps businesses streamline inspections. In this episode, we discuss how the evolution in AI speech technology is transforming enterprise operations. We talk about the real-life applications of benefits of streamlined speech technology, and Amir shares the story of aiOla…
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Eric Holtzclaw is the founding partner and chief strategist of the full-service B2B marketing firm Liger. In this episode, we explore the modern-day marketing maze and how to best navigate it. We focus particularly on content marketing; on the core values, mission and vision of a brand; and on the abundance of MarTech available, as well as the chan…
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Laurie McGraw is speaking with the Inspiring Women co-founders of Iron Health at HLTH 2023: Stephanie Winans, CEO, Kristina Furlan, Chief Product Officer, and Susanna Wiborg, Chief of Staff. This is the finale episode of this Inspiring Women collaboration highlighting several of the extraordinary women leaders in the Redesign family. Each of these …
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Alex Chabot-Leclerc is the Vice President of Digital Transformation Solutions at Enthought, a science-focused digital transformation consultancy. In this episode, we discuss how the field of research and development (R&D) can tap into the power of new AI technologies in order to stay on the cutting edge of innovation. We focus primarily on how R&D …
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Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Woman Kathy Kaluhiokalani, Founder and CEO of Pip Care at HLTH 2023. This is the next episode of this Inspiring Women collaboration highlighting several of the extraordinary women leaders in the Redesign family. Pip Care was launched out of the Redesign process to address support for patients before, during …
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There’s not much that feels worse than getting stuck in a hospital during the holiday season or having to miss a special celebration due to appointments or illnesses. Of course, there’s the trauma of being in the hospital again, but it’s also lonely, isolating, and demoralizing to feel like everyone gets to celebrate except for your family. You mig…
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