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The Well Woman Show

Giovanna Rossi: wellness and leadership coach

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Giovanna Rossi interviews high achieving, professional women who have overcome anxiety, burnout and insecurity to become healthy, fulfilled and powerful. We share our challenges and successes as women leaders, entrepreneurs, mothers, daughters and sisters. On the "Just Giovanna" episodes, she shares insights and coaching based on mindfulness, feminism and her 20+ years working with women claiming their power and living with joy and ease. Whether it’s physical or mental health, juggling life, ...
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The Brave Woman podcast explores how to embody the brave woman so that you can take action on your dreams and desires, unapologetically speak your truth, and live life on your own terms. Your Host Tanya Lynn drops in and gets real, asking questions to get the truth about how to reclaim your power as a brave and unstoppable woman in the world. This is where your Heroine's journey comes alive as you apply and live the 5 principles of the B.R.A.V.E. woman: Bold, Responsible, Authentic, Vulnerab ...
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Behind The Mission

Duane K. L. France

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Because fewer than 7% of Americans have served in uniform, most Americans are unfamiliar with military service and culture. As a result, members of the military and Veteran community are at greater risk for disconnection and lack of belonging with the civilian community. PsychArmor’s mission is to bridge the military-civilian divide by educating and training a Nation. Each week, Duane France, a combat Veteran and Clinical Mental Health Counselor, will dig deep into the stories “Behind The Mi ...
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New Security Broadcast

Environmental Change and Security Program

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Tune in to our podcast to hear expert speakers on the links between global environmental change, security, development, and health. The Environmental Change and Security Program is a part of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, the living, national memorial to President Wilson established by Congress in 1968 and headquartered in the District of Columbia. It is a nonpartisan institution, supported by public and private funds, engaged in the study of national and world affairs ...
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Influential women share their own glass ceiling stories and personal reflections. Guests discuss how they became civically engaged, impacted politics and society, make connections to women who came before them, and examine the challenges that still persist for women today. Visit wbdc.org for more information
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Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College's At the Heart of Women's Excellence podcast series is sponsored by the Center for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and features women at the heart of higher education. The podcast guests all play significant roles in the success of the university.
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Coming Together for Sexual Health

California Prevention Training Center, UCSF

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Season 4 has dropped! The first three episodes are on harm reduction and sexual health. Then we will turn to family planning and reproductive justice. Coming Together for Sexual Health is a podcast for providers and advocates passionate about health equity and inclusive care. We unpack both the how and the why of improving sexual and reproductive health. From root structural problems to improvements in clinical care, we keep the attention on people most impacted by STIs, HIV, and emerging in ...
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Ends with Z

Juan Fernandez, Cecile Munoz, Shawn Meaux

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Hi, we are Juan Fernandez and Cecile Munoz. We are fascinated by the intersection of business and relationships and how to thrive in your life. In this podcast, we explore issues affecting the workplace and how it impacts culture, interpersonal relationships, and how to grow as a human being. What makes us qualified? Juan Fernandez has covered some of the biggest stories in the Southland Los Angeles as part of the CBS News. His favorites include Presidential visits and the arrival of the Spa ...
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Outside the Loop RADIO

Albert James PROductions

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Outside the Loop RADIO is Chicago's Almost Above-Ground Audio Magazine. Founded as a podcast in September 2006 and picked up for broadcast by Chicago Sound Alliance WLUW 88.7-FM in March 2007, "OTL" now airs on Chicago's Very Own 50,000-watt heritage powerhouse station WGN Radio 720-AM. Storyteller and urbanologist Mike Stephen hosts this weekly program featuring fun segments and interviews with local newsmakers, artists, musicians, and others doing cool stuff around the greater Chicago area ...
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The Insight Center is committed to exposing the root causes of economic exclusion and racial inequity. Through the Hidden Truths podcast, we amplify uncovered truths and unheard voices across policy and politics. From sharing the latest research and insights to exploring the lived experiences of our multiracial nation, we aim to challenge—and disrupt—the status quo and the systems of power that hold people back. By uncovering America’s very real truths, we’re working to ensure that everyone— ...
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Health Centers On The Front Lines

National Association of Community Health Centers

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The Health Centers on the Front Lines podcast series tells the inspiring story of Community Health Centers around the country that provide healthcare and other services to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay. Health centers were founded on the belief that healthcare is a right, not a privilege and strive to achieve equity and fairness by providing care to communities that are historically underserved by traditional health systems. Launched during the Civil Rights Movement, Community ...
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Show Summary On today’s episode, we feature a conversation with Emma Payne, Founder and CEO of HelpTexts, a company that delivers asynchronous grief, caregiver and mental health support via text message. About Today’s Guest Emma Payne is a seasoned technology entrepreneur, MIT graduate, and award-winning change-agent, who started building online co…
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In this conversation, Janet and Ina share their journey of co-creating a magical partnership and founding a year-long magical trade school. They discuss the power of cyclical living, healer archetypes, and the importance of embracing one's unique magic. The conversation emphasizes the need for women to step into their power and bring their gifts to…
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Mike Stephen explores the impacts of the lack of homeschooling regulation in Illinois with Capitol News investigative reporters Beth Hundsdorfer and Molly Parker and then discusses the legacy of Gwendolyn Brooks with her daughter and president of Brooks Permissions: Nora Brooks Blakely.By Mike Stephen
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Hello Well Women! On the show today, I Interview Professor Marcy Karin, law professor, scholar, and Director of the Legislation and Civil Rights Clinic at the University of the District of Columbia. Through the Clinic, she supervises students’ systemic reform work at the intersection of gender, disability and racial justice for community-based orga…
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Show Summary On today’s episode, we conclude our mini-series of four episodes on LGBTQIA+ Veterans with returning guests, veterans Erika Hoover and Andrea Norton, as part of public awareness campaign developed in partnership with the Michigan Governor’s Challenge to Prevent Suicide among Service Members, Veterans and their Families About Today’s Gu…
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Mia Magick shares her journey of reclaiming the power of womanhood, embracing witchery, and the transformative impact of rage rituals. She discusses the significance of the witch's hat, the law of correspondence, and the power of intuition. Mia also talks about her book 'Intuition' and the upcoming retreats in France and the Redwoods. She emphasize…
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Mike Stephen dives into a new report about how Chicagoans consume and perceive their local news with Tim Franklin, director of the Medill Local News Initiative at Northwestern University, learns about the option for plant-based school lunches in Illinois with Balanced founder Audrey Lawson-Sanchez, and discovers the Secret History of The Pearl Hand…
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Show Summary On today’s episode, we feature a conversation with Dr. Alan Teo, a Psychiatrist and Researcher with the VA Portland Health Care System and Associate Professor at Oregon Health & Science University. We talk about a recent article that he and colleagues published on the effectiveness of online VA S.A.V.E. training for veteran families. A…
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Tanya shares her journey of starting Sistership Circle, from hosting networking events to creating women's empowerment gatherings and eventually forming Sistership Circles. She talks about the evolution of the organization, including the development of training programs and the creation of books and products. Tanya emphasizes the importance of cons…
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Mike Stephen talks to Roberta Garner, professor emerita of sociology at DePaul University, about why the Bring Chicago Home initiative failed and then chats with Jerry Smith of The Flock about that band’s upcoming reunion show. Jerry shares some great stories about his time in the music business.By Mike Stephen
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Show Summary On today’s episode, we continue the LGBTQIA+ Veteran Public Health Awareness series with a conversation about myths and misconceptions about members of the LGBTQIA+ community with veteran Ale Hernandez About Today’s Guest Alejandra Hernandez served in the United States Marine Corps for four years a Food Service Specialist with Marine C…
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Show Summary On today’s episode, we have a conversation with Gold Star family member Lupe Urdaneta, surviving spouse of Sergeant First Class Dennis Urdaneta, and her journey with wear blue: run to remember, an organization that honors the service and sacrifice of the American military through active remembrance and programs to support all those who…
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If you are a spiritual entrepreneur who is struggling to fill your circles, programs or live events, this episode is for you. KC Volard has created a solid community with a live weekend event called As She Rises, attracting more than 100 participants and she's about to open the kimono to share all her secrets. It's the intersection of visionary lea…
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One of the lessons we learned early on was not to be messy. And the thing about emotions is: THEY ARE MESSY. You can't control them. They are unpredictable. We have a lot of fear around them. That's why Bernadette takes people on an Emotional Tour, so that your emotions become less scary and more accessible. In this episode, we go on a tour of the …
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In this episode, ECSP's Claire Doyle speaks with Dr. Dhanasree Jayaram, Program Manager at Climate Diplomacy and Assistant Professor at the Manipal Academy of Higher Education in India. Dr. Jayaram describes what environmental peacebuilding looks like in the context of South Asia, how climate diplomacy connects to environmental peacebuilding, and h…
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n today’s episode of New Security Broadcast, ECSP’s Claire Doyle and Angus Soderberg speak with Dr. Mizan Khan, Deputy Director at the International Center for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD), a research institute based in Bangladesh. Dr. Khan describes Bangladesh’s vulnerability to climate change and its unique role as an adaptation leader…
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Show Summary On today’s episode, we feature a conversation with military spouse and family member Ellen Gustafson, the Co-Founder and Executive Director of We the Veterans and Military Families, a non-partisan, non-profit organization that empowers the veteran and military family community to strengthen democracy. We’re going to talk about their wo…
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Mike Stephen learns how the Chicago Housing Authority allows for nefarious deeds on some of its vacant properties from Block Club Chicago investigative editor and reporter Mick Dumke, celebrates 90 years of Andersonville’s Simon’s Tavern, and chats with local musician Brett Ratner about his new instrumental rock.…
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Hello Well Women! On the show today, I Interview Elizabeth Bechard, Senior Policy Analyst for Moms Clean Air Force leading the organization’s work on climate change and mental health. She is author of Parenting in a Changing Climate: Tools for Cultivating Resilience, Taking Action, and Practicing Hope in the Face of Climate Change. Elizabeth also h…
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I did something a little untraditional ... I took a year off from my marriage. While we were physically separate, we were still 100% committed to our partnership. In this episode, I talk about why we did this, how we made it through and how we're doing on the other side. This is a vulnerable share to inspire other women to think outside the box and…
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I turned 44 this year with the intention of expansion, satisfaction and power partnerships. At the heart of that is KINDNESS, which of course, starts with being kind to myself. Giving you a sneak peak at what's coming this season, it's rooted in compassionate accountability ... taking care of business while being kind to yourself and others.…
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Mike Stephen learns about a new book about the impact of the local nonprofit Takeout 25 called The Takeout 25 Effect: Mobilizing for Positive Change with author Ravi Parakkat, explores a project mapping high concentration of truck traffic in Chicago called the Chicago Truck Data Portal with Jose Acosta Cordova of the Little Village Environmental Ju…
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For the final episode of Season 4, we dive into the problem most women face in relationship: how to get your needs met. Women have been conditioned to be self-sacrificing martyrs, putting their own needs last. As women wake up and start to find their voice and power, they begin to reclaim their needs ... but it feels like a fight. You'll learn the …
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Show Summary On today’s episode, we feature a conversation with Army Veteran and Gold Star Family Member Jennifer Ballou, Chief of Staff of the Global War on Terrorism Memorial Foundation, an organization that is guiding the development of a national memorial that honors the service and sacrifice of all who have contributed to global counterterrori…
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Mike Stephen discusses the possibility of Chicago lowering its speed limit with Active Transportation Alliance managing director of advocacy Jim Merrell, explores the debate around Mayor Johnson’s possible incompetence or inexperience with Chicago Magazine contributing editor Ted McClelland, and revisits the topic of Chicago’s bikeability.…
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Show Summary On today’s episode, we feature Kate DeBartolo, a senior director for the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and the leader for the conversation project. IHI has public engagement initiative to help people share their wishes for care through the end of their life About Today’s Guest Kate DeBartolo is a Senior Director at the Institute…
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Mike Stephen learns about the significance of Chicago’s community map from and explores the possibility of updating it with Emily Talen, professor of urbanism and director of the Urbanism Lab at the University of Chicago, discusses the importance of literacy on the West Side of the city with founder of The Queen Within, Bridgett McGill, and discove…
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In today’s episode of “The Arc,” ECSP’s Angus Soderberg and Claire Doyle interview Wilson Center Fellow, Dr. Renata Giannini. She shares stories and solutions from her work with women environmental defenders in the Amazon and she looks ahead at COP30 in Brazil. We also hear from Dr. Giannini about her work as a program manager and senior researcher…
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Show Summary On today’s episode, we feature a conversation with Navy Veteran Erika Hoover and Air Force Veteran Andrea Norton about their experiences as both veterans and members of the LGBTQ+ Community, as well as a public awareness campaign being developed in partnership with the Michigan Governor’s Challenge to Prevent Suicide among Service Memb…
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Mike Stephen discusses the gender pay gap and efforts to combat it with Ibie Hart, director of business development at Women Employed, and then chats with local journalist Arionne Nettles about her new book entitled We Are the Culture: Black Chicago's Influence on Everything.By Mike Stephen
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Today’s episode of New Security Broadcast is hosted by ECSP in collaboration with the Environmental Peacebuilding Association as part of a special series, "Thought-leaders and Frontline Workers in Environmental Peacebuilding: An Oral History." The series features interviews with academics, practitioners, and frontline workers to offer a behind-the-…
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Show Summary On today’s episode, we feature a conversation with Deputy Secretary for Women Veterans of the California Department of Veterans Affairs, Air Force Retiree Virginia Wimmer, in which we discuss the importance of supporting women veterans and the services available in California About Today’s Guest Virginia Wimmer was appointed on August …
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Mike Stephen learns about the deteriorating conditions inside Illinois prisons from Alan Mills, executive director of the Uptown People's Law Center, and then discovers the Secret History of Chicago tenor sax player E. Parker McDougal.By Mike Stephen
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On the show today, I interview Sweta Vikram, a Doctor of Ayurveda and author of 14 best-selling books. The goal of her work is to alleviate stress and elevate the overall quality of her clients lives through Ayurveda-based health and wellness coaching. Sweta specializes in addressing disordered sleep, anxiety, digestion, appetite, and mood. With a …
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Show Summary On today’s episode, we feature a conversation with Navy Veteran Ronald Rutherford, the Lead for the Whole Health Outreach program for the Veterans Health Administration. Whole Health is VA’s approach to care that supports the health and well-being of veterans they serve, and focuses on self-care, skill building and support. About Today…
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Mike Stephen discusses the possibility of paying Chicago school board members with Becky Vevea, bureau chief of Chalkbeat Chicago, learns about the important work of HelloBaby on the South Side from founder and executive director Debbie Frisch, and chats with local musician Mark Lofgren about his new album.…
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Show Summary On today’s episode, I’m having a conversation with Frederick Marx, an internationally acclaimed Oscar and Emmy nominated filmmaker with over 40 years in the film industry. We have a conversation about a recent project, a series of five films called Veterans Journey Home, which features the stories of veterans who are working to transit…
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Mike Stephen learns about the significance of vacant land near local transit hubs from Geoff Smith, executive director of the Institute for Housing Studies at DePaul University, discusses the historical significance of Stateville Correctional Center with Leila Wills, executive director of the Historical Preservation Society of the Illinois Chapter …
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Coming up on the Well Woman Show this month, I Interview Jennifer Lunden. She is the recipient of the 2019 Maine Arts Fellowship for Literary Arts and the 2016 Bread Loaf–Rona Jaffe Foundation Scholarship in Nonfiction, Jennifer Lunden writes at the intersection of health and the environment. Her essays have been published in Creative Nonfiction, O…
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Show Summary On today’s episode, I’m having a conversation with Josie Beets, the Program Manager for the Department of Defense Spouse Education and Career Opportunities program, which provides education and career guidance to military spouses worldwide About Today’s Guest Links Mentioned In This Episode BTM Episode 54 with Josie Beets – Connecting …
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Mike Stephen discusses the future of journalism at the Northern Illinois Scholastic Press Association conference with Jason Block, multimedia communications teacher at Prospect High School, and learns about the important work of the Chicago-based organization called Share Our Spare. This organization helps families in need and executive director Al…
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On today’s episode of New Security Broadcast, the Wilson Center's Environmental Change and Security Program and the Environmental Peacebuilding Association launch a series of oral history interviews with experts to trace the history of the field of environmental peacebuilding. From the people who helped shape the field to those who are bringing new…
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Show Summary On this episode, we feature a conversation with Dr. Jason A. Higgins, Assistant Professor at Virginia Tech University and author of the recently released book, Prisoners After War: Veterans in the Age of Mass Incarceration About Today’s Guest Dr. Jason A. Higgins is the Digital Scholarship Coordinator for Virginia Tech Publishing and a…
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Mike Stephen explores Robert's Westside, a new music venue in Forest Park, and talks to venue founder Donnie Biggins, learns about local musician Dolph Chaney’s new music, and discovers the Secret History of local sitar player Shanta Nurullah.By Mike Stephen
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On the Well Woman Show this week in celebration of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, I interview Raquel Benavidez Let’s talk a bit about International Women’s Day recognized each year on March 8. UN Women is the United Nations entity dedicated to gender equality and the empowerment of women. A global champion for women and girls,…
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Show Summary On this episode, we feature a conversation Tara Wright, Senior Manager of Content Design on the Research, Education, Data and Impact (REDI) team at Sesame Workshop, on newly developed resources for Military Families to address isolation, disconnectedness, and the impacts of family separation due to military duty About Today’s Guest Tar…
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Mike Stephen learns about the incredible story of Dr. Stanley Andrisse, endocrinologist and assistant professor at the Howard University College of Medicine, who was formerly incarcerated and is now a scientist and executive director of From Prison Cells to Ph.D and then discusses the challenges of local community media with Justin Kerr, publisher …
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In today’s episode of “The Arc,” ECSP’s Angus Soderberg and Claire Doyle interview Nisha Singh and Kavin Mirteekhan from Women for Women International. We dive into the organization’s report, Cultivating a more enabling environment: Strengthening women’s resilience in climate-vulnerable and conflict-affected communities, hearing from them on the ne…
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