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Better Beginnings follows one family’s search for childcare in Colorado, a state that has some of the most expensive childcare and preschool rates in the nation. Premiering April 25 with new episodes each Wednesday, this serial-style, 4-episode podcast provides tips for finding childcare and preschool options in our existing early childhood system, explores how our system got so confounding, and explains how House Bill 22-1295 could change things. If Colorado gets this right, it could mean d ...
 
Whatever your business conundrum, there’s a TED Talk for that—whether you want to learn how to land that promotion, set smart goals, undo injustice at work, or unlock the next big innovation. Every Monday, host Modupe Akinola of Columbia Business School presents the most powerful and surprising ideas that illuminate the business world. After the talk, you'll get a mini-lesson from Modupe on how to apply the ideas in your own life. Because business evolves every day, and our ideas about it sh ...
 
BAM Radio has compiled the most popular segments hosted by the Executive Directors of the nation's 14 leading education associations including; The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development( ASCD), The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), the American Association of School Administrators (AASA), the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the National Parent Teachers Association ( PTA), the National Head Start Association (NHSA), Th ...
 
The essential role of music in the process of cognitive development and learning in education is typically underrated and not understood. This program brings the most recent research, brightest minds and best practices for advancing learning through music. This is a must listen resource for teachers and parents.
 
From KYW Newsradio 103.9 FM in Philadelphia, Bridging Philly connects our communities to the issues that matter to you. Hosts Racquel Williams, Shara Dae Howard, and Antionette Lee examine the most critical issues facing underserved communities in the Philadelphia region, with insight from experts and regular people making a difference. Presented by Gift of Life Donor Program.
 
The National Association for The Education of Young Children and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you NAEYC Radio. Rae Pica and Jerlean Daniel host the program that will focus on a different topic each month. The program was developed by early childhood professionals to bring the best and latest insights directly to parents and educators.
 
The Association of School Business Officials and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you School Business Matters (formerly ASBO Radio). Executive Director John Musso hosts the program, focusing on the topics that matter to you. Each brief segment features a thought-provoking discussion with an expert who has hands-on experience in the areas of school business management practices, professional growth, and the effective use of educational resources.
 
The National Parent Teachers Association and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you National PTA Radio. National PTA President, Betsy Landers anchors the show along with James Martinez, Sr. Manager of Media & Public Relations at National PTA.Our online broadcasts focus on issues affecting families and child advocates and provides real-life answers to everyday problems. Every episode speaks to the latest headline news, issues and features that affect the lives of children.
 
Radio interviews by the Early Care and Education Consortium.The Early Care and Education Consortium and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you ECEC Radio, a program that focuses on the early care issues you really care about. Each brief segment of ECEC Radio will help keep you abreast of the latest developments in the industry.
 
The Path to Authenticity is a podcast for people looking for more from life. It starts from the premise that our true power comes from our individuality. We talk to various types of writers and artists as well as therapists, coaches, teachers, entrepreneurs, and professionals of all kinds. Our guests possess one common trait. They’re people who know who they are. We talk about what makes them who they are, how they became who they are, and how we might become truer expressions of who we are.
 
Real-world advice and inspiration on how to navigate the embedded payments journey — and win. Hosted by Bob Butler, Chief Commercial Officer at Payrix. Learn about the latest trends in embedded payments from industry experts, Payrix customers, and leaders on the Payrix team. They’ll share their real-world insights on payment facilitation best practices, use cases, along with the possibilities of greater monetization and higher valuations that embedded payments can unleash. You’ll have everyt ...
 
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Childcare providers, mothers, and educators rallied at City Hall for National Day Without Child Care on Monday in an effort to raise awareness of low pay. KYW's Racquel Williams was at this rally speaking to many providers on the issue most childcare providers are facing today. Diane Barber, Executive Director of Pennsylvania Child Care Association…
 
A Living Entity Episode 172 of The Path to Authenticity features a conversation with Cornwall, Ontario’s own Jenna Malyon. After many years of working for the family business, Jenna went all-in on her dream, launching J-Bear Child Care in the beginning of 2022. Hear her talk about taking the leap and how her life has […]…
 
Over the past year, the Great Resignation has been all over the news. Many people are celebrating quitting their jobs… but it’s a decision some will come to regret. So when’s the right time to leave? How do you quit without burning bridges? And how can workplaces encourage people to stay? This is an episode of WorkLife with Adam Grant, another podc…
 
Saved by Poetry Episode 174 of The Path to Authenticity features the first in a two-part conversation with Albert Flynn DeSilver, a poet and prose writer, speaker, and workshop leader. Albert served as Marin County California’s very first Poet Laureate from 2008 to 2010. He is the author of the memoir Beamish Boy. His latest […]…
 
In an infectiously joyous talk, Milk Bar founder Christina Tosi shares the sugary jolt of her first food memory and behind-the-scenes stories of her bakery's famously inventive cakes, cookies and treats. This talk may make you hungry -- but it'll also leave you a resonant message about how breaking the rules and challenging your assumptions can mak…
 
This weekend we are celebrating Mother’s Day with KYW’s Racquel Williams, Michelle Durham, Carol Mackenzie, and Denise Nakano as they remember their mothers and discuss the ups and downs of motherhood. Family therapist Ann Rosen Spector LCW also joins the discussion in speaking on ways to overcome hardships in parenting and work-life balance. Our n…
 
Childcare and preschool providers have some of the hardest, most important jobs in the U.S. In this episode, we'll take you on a tour of one provider's facility. We'll explain the options families have in the early childhood space and what to look for in a provider. We'll also explore an ongoing overhaul of Colorado's early childhood system, which …
 
A self-declared "repair geek," Gay Gordon-Byrne is a driving force behind the right-to-repair movement, which aims to empower people to fix their stuff. She describes how the movement is gaining legislative momentum and breaks down how the global shift away from "throwaway society" can literally turn trash into treasure in a circular economy -- so …
 
We invited the authors of three books written to teach us how to talk with people we disagree with on just about everything. Each shared with us their framework for navigating difficult discussions with difficult people in school, at work, and in life. This episode is the first in a series aimed and learning how to talk about those sensitive social…
 
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and since the pandemic, many people have been keeping stock of what's important in their life. This week Bridging Philly sits with motivational speaker and life coach Joy Morgan of Joy Morgan Motivates as she gives advice and insight on moving past pandemic challenges. Our Newsmaker of the week highlights Dr. Es…
 
How hard is it to find childcare and preschool in Colorado? Brooke Byrd has been advised to "start searching before you even know you're pregnant." In Episode 1 of our 4-part podcast, we'll meet the Byrds, and join their search for childcare. We'll also examine how our early childhood system got so wonky, what it means for you, and House Bill 22-12…
 
Looking to get ahead in your career? Start by being respectful to your coworkers, says leadership researcher Christine Porath. In this science-backed talk, she shares surprising insights about the costs of rudeness and shows how little acts of respect can boost your professional success—and your company's bottom line.…
 
This week Bridging Philly highlights a non-profit working to provide resources and support necessary to enable residents to live healthy, prosperous lives in a self-sustaining community. Hearts of Camden was originally founded by 1984 by Monseigneur Michael J. Doyle, of the Sacred Heart Church, and located in the Waterfront South neighborhood of Ca…
 
Colorado's early childhood system places unnecessary burdens on families looking to access quality childcare and preschool options. But one bill is about to change everything, and it could become a model for the country. Join us for this 4-episode podcast, beginning April 25, 2022, with new episodes released every Wednesday. We'll follow one family…
 
Across the nation, at all levels, educators are reporting a rise in troublesome student behaviors. The list of causes is wide and deep, but the first professionals expected to manage student behavior are classroom teachers. This episode takes an unvarnished look at the new genre of student behavior challenges and how some educators are handling the…
 
Businesses need to stop cutting labor costs and start investing in people, says social impact investor Warren Valdmanis. In this perspective-shifting talk, he breaks down the essential ingredients of a "good" job—which is more than just the size of a paycheck—and shares why they're key to building great companies.…
 
This week Bridging Philly highlights a local non-profit, Tri-State Canine Response Team, and their paws on the ground efforts for those in need. CEO and Founder, Janice Campbell joins KYW's Racquel Williams to speak on the benefits of the human and canine bond, the pieces of training the canines go through, and share some of the services requested …
 
Inspiring Transformation In episode 170 of The Path to Authenticity, I have a conversation with social media ghostwriter Amy Blaschka. Amy has made a career offering “stories as a service.” From her degree in film to her two and a half decades spent branding products, places, and people, to founding her writing practice, Amy has always […]…
 
WorkLife with Adam Grant is back for a fifth season! Organizational psychologist Adam Grant knows that you spend a quarter of your life at work–and in this show, he talks to some of the world’s most unusual professionals to discover how we can actually enjoy all that time. From breaking down “The Great Resignation” to identifying the work culture t…
 
According to a 2020 report from the Philadelphia Department of Public Health's Maternal Mortality Review Committee, half of the city's 26 pregnancy-related deaths could have been prevented. Between 2013 and 2018, 73% of pregnancy-related deaths in Philadelphia were Black women. This week Bridging Philly held a group discussion Dr. Elana McDonald fr…
 
Magicman is a magician, living and working in the U.K. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts. 20 Questions is recorded live on Clubhouse. You can hear the original recording on Patreon. If you’re interested in sponsoring this show, email tom@thepathtoauthenticity.com. © Copyright 2022, Tom Gentry; Music: Railroad’s Whiskey Co, by Jahzzar, edited for use unde…
 
From "got milk?" to "avocados from Mexico," marketing influences what you eat more than you may realize. But despite the known power of food marketing, farmers in Africa are more likely to receive funding for seed and fertilizer than they are for advertising geniuses. Agricultural development expert Zoë Karl-Waithaka outlines three ways industry, g…
 
For the first since the Supreme Court’s founding in 1790, a Black woman could sit on the bench. This week on Bridging Philly we highlight Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson and her process into the Supreme Court. Former judge Renee Cardwell Hughes joins in the discussion to give her reaction to judge Ketanji Brown Jackson and discuss the struggle of tryin…
 
Beyond Blessed Episode 168 of The Path to Authenticity features a conversation with Jana Angel. Jana is a television host at Electric Productions and the host of Living Local, a series dedicated to featuring the top trends, innovators, and business success stories across South Florida. Also, please check out my new podcast on men and intimacy with …
 
"The way we cool things down is heating the planet even more," says sustainable development expert Rachel Kyte -- and the solutions go well beyond just fixing air-conditioning. She identifies four major areas with transformative solutions -- from roofs painted with bright white paint to solar control glass to more efficient cold chains for vaccines…
 
As we end Women's History Month, this week's Bridging Philly episode focuses on women working in male dominated industries. We highlight Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw and the work she has done in the city and the solutions the Philadelphia Police Department has for the uptick on gun violence and carjackings in the Philadelphia ar…
 
How does Infinite Campus leverage the Payrix solution? David Van Meter, Chief Product Officer of Infinite Campus joined Host, Bob Butler to discuss the key advantages of Payrix. In this episode of PayFAQ: The Embedded Payments Podcast, Bob and David discuss speed of boarding, customer experience, flexibility and ability to whitelabel.…
 
There's a mistaken belief in today's working world that leaders need to be serious all the time to be taken seriously. The research tells a different story. Based on the course they teach at Stanford's Graduate School of Business, behavioral scientist Jennifer Aaker and corporate strategist Naomi Bagdonas delve into the surprising power of humor: w…
 
This week Bridging Philly focuses on bridging the gap between the Asian and Black communities in Philadelphia. After a series of tragic incidents during the pandemic. Romana Lee-Akiyama, Director, Office of Public Engagement, Jeanette Bavwidinsi, Director, Office of Youth Engagement and Rob Buscher of the Japan America Society of Greater Philadelph…
 
A Hit of Shame In episode 166 of The Path to Authenticity, hear author Joshua Shea talk about the magnitude of pornography addiction and why he made the transition into advocacy. A year after being treated for alcoholism, in 2014, Joshua found himself in another rehabilitation center, this time for sex and pornography addiction. His first book, The…
 
Childcare needs a transformation -- but rather than investing billions in new buildings and schools, what if we could unlock the potential of people already nearby? Entrepreneur Chris Bennett offers an innovative way to tackle the shortage of childcare worldwide and connect families to safe, affordable and high-quality options in their own communit…
 
This week Bridging Philly invited Honorary Consul of Ukraine, Iryna Maur, and President of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, Philadelphia Branch, Eugene Luciw to give their perspective on the conflict in Ukraine. Hear how you can connect with the Philadelphia Ukrainian community and help in aiding families in Ukraine. The Newsmaker of th…
 
In this episode, we pause to examine the seemingly endless minor and high-stakes decisions that we need to make in our classrooms every day. Listen in as we identify ways to manage the decision fatigue that some feel. Follow on Twitter: @katyfarber @Non_Toxic_Kids @dubioseducator @drchriscip @Jonharper70bd @bamradionetwork Dr. Katy Farber is a clas…
 
In this episode of PayFAQ: The Embedded Payments Podcast brought to you by Payrix, host Bob Butler speaks with Zac Lutton, Head of Risk for Payrix in Australia about protecting your payment data and what to be mindful of if you are wanting to process payments in the Australian market.By Payrix
 
One of Those Hopeless Cases Episode 165 of The Path to Authenticity features Fawn Clarke, a nutritional coach living and working in Ireland. Hear hear discuss her evolving relationship with food, and how she helps others reconcile theirs. If you like this episode, you may also like episode 72, with Hallie Heeg. Enjoy. -tg The […]…
 
Amishi Jha studies how we pay attention: the process by which our brain decides what's important out of the constant stream of information it receives. Both external distractions (like stress) and internal ones (like mind-wandering) diminish our attention's power, Jha says -- but some simple techniques can boost it. "Pay attention to your attention…
 
Black History Month honors the history makers who made a difference in this country and in the community, but what happens when the month is over. This week Bridging Philly speaks with Executive Director of Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, Chad Dion Lassiter, he shares his expertise with civil rights, diversity, and inclusion as well as how…
 
Jackie Shannon Hollis is a writer, storyteller and speaker and the author of the memoir, This Particular Happiness: A Childless Love Story. Her writing has been described as honest and intimate, exploring complex human issues in prose that is both direct and lyrical. Her work has appeared in various literary magazines, including The Sun, Rosebud, […
 
The Value of Letting People In Episode 164 of The Path to Authenticity features Jackie Shannon Hollis. Jackie is a writer, storyteller and speaker and the author of the memoir, This Particular Happiness: A Childless Love Story. Hear more from Jackie in episode one of 20 Questions, coming soon. Her writing has been described as […]…
 
This week Bridging Philly is closing out Black History Month by highlighting Temple University's effort to unravel systemic oppression through advocacy, education, and scholarship. Assistant Professor, Civil Rights Attorney, and now led Director of the Anti-Racism Research Center, Timothy Welbeck, speaks on some of the toughest topics of racism and…
 
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