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Patrice and Laura have learned SO much. We are so grateful for Telesomm to join us on this collaborative podcasting adventure for season 6 of #InVinoFab. We know there is a story in wine, but these past few episodes were a great reminder. We truly enjoyed sharing and showcasing the #SommStories – we thank y’all for listening and being in community with us this year. BOOK a Telesomm Sommelier for your next friend/family gathering or team event!Learning from the somms of Telesomm: There IS storytelling in wine!  You don’t have to be a somm in a restaurant or vineyard -- many ways to somm Cost vs. quality -- it doesn’t always matter How to be brave when you taste wine Wine is everywhere => regions of wine: Durham, NC, Detroit, all over Italy, Sonoma, etc.  You don’t have to be “fancy” to enjoy wine -- let’s take the snobbery out of wine Travel with a bottle of wine (figuratively or literally) To learn wine is a personal journey a You don’t have to be an expert, you just have to taste, try, and be BOLD! Your taste in wine is really the only taste that matters! Being a sommelier sounds like fun – maybe we want to go down this path ourselves!?! There’s no one way to be a sommelier – choose your own adventure in wine We love to partner with others on fun podcast projects – want to collaborate? Reach out to us: invinofabulum@gmail.com  ----Want to learn more about Telesomm? Do you have a wine question or topics we should ask a somm? Let us know! Subscribe to the pod + Follow on Twitter: @InVinoFab & IG: invinofab Get the Telesomm App + Follow on Twitter: @Telesomm & IG: telesomm.app Connect to the hosts: @laurapasquini & @Profpatrice Music credit: The song Travel to the City by Lesfm has been remixed under a CC-BY licens
We catch up with Vanessa Raymond, founder and creator of the Telesomm app. We reflect on the #SommStory season, and what’s been going on. Happy 1 year anniversary, Telesomm! You’re looking great and working hard -- bravo! Learn all that Vanessa has been working on and what is happening with the Telesomm community.  gBETA Startup Incubator The Lemonade Stand Whalebone - 9th Best Magazine Telesomm’s 100 hours of Service - log your hours & join a free private wine tasting when you donate time or acts of service Mushroom & Wine Pairing with North Spore Mushmores Crunchy Red Fruit  Interested in creating a wine experience for you, your friends or family? Book your Telesomm event today - cheers! Twitter: @telesomm IG: telesomm.app Telesomm YouTube Channel Subscribe to the Telesomm Newsletter ----Want to learn more about Telesomm? Do you have a wine question or topics we should ask a somm? Let us know! Subscribe to the pod + Follow on Twitter: @InVinoFab & IG: invinofab Get the Telesomm App + Follow on Twitter: @Telesomm & IG: telesomm.app Connect to the hosts: @laurapasquini & @Profpatrice Music credit: The song Travel to the City by Lesfm has been remixed under a CC-BY license.
Hello #InVinoFab friends! We've been sharing the @InVinoFab #SommStory for season 6 in collaboration with our friends at the Telesomm app! Yay! This group of wine savvy professionals are bringing vino experiences to you -- in-person and online! Listen to this episode where we share part of the virtual event we hosted this past summer. Virtual Event:  “Taste the Italian Wine Story” July 29th with Sommelier: Katarina Andersson of grapevineadventures.comWe tasted three (3) wine varietals purchased from our local wine shop or via wine.com:  1 rosé/natural wine - ideally a Lambrusco or a rosé wine 1 Pinot Noir or Lagrein wine ideally from Alto Adige 1 Brunello di Montalcino/Rosso di Montalcino wine from Tuscany or Aglianico - ideally a Taurasi DOCG - from Campania To learn more about our sommelier and the Italian wine regions we tasted from: Katarina’s blog and website Here’s a great Italian wine map  Italian Wine Regions  Sparkling Red Wine – Misunderstood and Utterly Delicious - Lambrusco Alto Adige: The 4 Wines You Must Know Italian Wine Map and Exploration Guide (for our future trip to taste vino in Italy) Huge thanks to all that joined us for the live event: Michelle, Beth, Nicholas, Etta, Valerie, and Fiachra. Vanessa -- thanks for organizing and connecting us to Katarina! It was fun! Book your Telesomm event for the holidays today! Twitter: @telesomm IG: telesomm.app Telesomm YouTube Channel ----Want to learn more about Telesomm? Do you have a wine question or topics we should ask a somm? Let us know! Subscribe to the pod + Follow on Twitter: @InVinoFab & IG: invinofab Get the Telesomm App + Follow on Twitter: @Telesomm & IG: telesomm.app Connect to the hosts: @laurapasquini & @Profpatrice Music credit: The song Travel to the City by Lesfm has been remixed under a CC-BY license. 
We hope you got a taste for Italian wine, travel, and learning about the wine world from Katarina in her Telesomm #SommStory -- for this episode we hope you learn more from this wine pro, as Katarina answered the following questions: Favorite pairing food and wine? If wine was not what you were drinking, what would be in your cup? What is your pet's favorite wine What are your top 3 wines and what does that say about you? A sommelier pairs well with_________. [Fill in the blank] What do people get wrong about being a somm What are you known for on the app? What do customers ask you about?  What can a customer expect from a wine tasting with you? What's the difference between Chianti & Chianti Classico? "I don’t think there is one kind of wine to like. I think everyone can like wine. Everyone doesn’t need to be super knowledgeable about wine. It’s also important to just like wine. I don’t think you have to describe wine according to these parameters that have been constructed all these years.” ~Katarina Andersson, Grapevine AdventuresWe just learned so much from Katarina's Q&A we couldn't help to take a few tasting notes: Salerno Chianti Classico Chianti Wine: The Pride of Tuscany Chianti vs. Chianti Classico – How Do They Differ? The Medici Family San Giulio Nebbiolo Deconstructing the language of wine to attract new consumers The Language of Wine Glossary of Wine Terms Where does the word "wine" come from? How to Become a Sommelier + Wine Folly’s Guide Read: Katarina’s Wine Story Learn more at: Katarina’s Wine Blog ----Want to learn more about Telesomm? Do you have a wine question or topics we should ask a somm? Let us know! Subscribe to the pod + Follow on Twitter: @InVinoFab & IG: invinofab Get the Telesomm App + Follow on Twitter: @Telesomm & IG: telesomm.app Connect to the hosts: @laurapasquini & @Profpatrice Music credit: The song Travel to the City by Lesfm has been remixed under a CC-BY license. 
Katarina Andersson is a wine writer, digital marketing strategist for wineries, translator, and live streamer. She was born in Sweden but has lived in Florence for 20 years. Katarina has a Ph.D. in history and taught modern history at university for a couple of years. Katarina is also a sommelier. Find, follow, and learn with Katarina at: Website: https://www.grapevineadventures.com/  Twitter: @ricasoli99 IG: @grapevineadventures LinkedIn: @grapevineadventures Facebook: grapevineadventures "Theory is very good. Without theory you don’t know what you see, but without the practical, at least in wine, without seeing what they are doing, how they are doing, it is hard to understand.” ~Katarina AnderssonThere were so many amazing Italian locations and vinos we talked about on this #InVinoFab episode, here are a few tasting notes: Bologna Florence Sangiovese Primitivo Microclimate Campania Calabria Abruzzo Tuscany Veneto Lombardy ----Want to learn more about Telesomm? Do you have a wine question or topics we should ask a somm? Let us know! Subscribe to the pod + Follow on Twitter: @InVinoFab & IG: invinofab Get the Telesomm App + Follow on Twitter: @Telesomm & IG: telesomm.app Connect to the hosts: @laurapasquini & @Profpatrice Music credit: The song Travel to the City by Lesfm has been remixed under a CC-BY license. 
Wine-Pro Tip from @Telesomm Christopher: When it comes to drinking wine in general, I hear people say I can’t drink red wine because the sulfite gives me a red wine headache but they’ll grab a bottle of pinot grigio or Chardonnay. My knowledge bomb is white wines have more sulfites than red wines. If you get a headache from red wine it is probably not the sulfites. Maybe learn about Mega Purple.For this quick Q&A, here are the questions our Telesomm wine pro, Christopher, answered: Favorite pairing food and wine? If wine was not what you were drinking, what would be in your cup? What is your pet's favorite wine What are your top 3 wines and what does that say about you? A sommelier pairs well with_________. [Fill in the blank] What do people get wrong about being a somm What are you known for on the app? What do customers ask you about?  Does it matter if wines are labelled organic or biodynamic? What can a customer expect from a wine tasting with you? “My card says I am a sales representative, I consider myself a storyteller. It’s been very nice to be able to make a living off of telling stories and imbibing in some of the best products in the world."  ~Christopher Sachs, Travel By Wine ----Want to learn more about Telesomm? Do you have a wine question or topics we should ask a somm? Let us know! Subscribe to the pod + Follow on Twitter: @InVinoFab & IG: invinofab Get the Telesomm App + Follow on Twitter: @Telesomm & IG: telesomm.app Connect to the hosts: @laurapasquini & @Profpatrice Music credit: The song Travel to the City by Lesfm has been remixed under a CC-BY license. 
Christopher Sachs is a wine and spirits professional based in Central New Jersey. He was classically trained in Culinary Arts at The Culinary Institute of America where he took a short course in the study of wine. That’s where his love of food and wine really blossomed. Shortly after graduation, he worked in the restaurant industry at Ninety Acres in Peapack/Gladstone, NJ and End of Elm in Morristown, NJ. After his last stint in restaurants, Christopher began studying with the Wine and Spirits Education Trust (WSET) at the International Wine Center in NYC and has since completed the Advanced Course in Wines and Spirits, as well as the coveted Diploma of Wines and Spirits. He currently works as a Sales Representative with Skurnik Wines and Spirits in the NJ/NY area and consults with various retail and restaurant partners on a daily basis. Christopher finds joy in exploring the world by way of wine, spirits, sake, and cider. Follow him on Instagram: travelbywine and on the Telesomm app“People who don’t even want to try the wine, they just want to hear the story. They will close their eyes and take a trip to whatever region I am telling them about. And it’s just magical.” ~Christopher Sachs, Travel By WineHere are just a few of our tasting notes from the episode:  Carménère Bordeaux German Riesling  Champagne region of France Champagne  Prosecco Cava  Creman Loire Valley France Muscadet Pinot Noir  Corkbuzz 1997 Château Haut-Brion ----Want to learn more about Telesomm? Do you have a wine question or topics we should ask a somm? Let us know! Subscribe to the pod + Follow on Twitter: @InVinoFab & IG: invinofab Get the Telesomm App + Follow on Twitter: @Telesomm & IG: telesomm.app Connect to the hosts: @laurapasquini & @Profpatrice Music credit: The song Travel to the City by Lesfm has been remixed under a CC-BY license. 
For this quick Q&A, here are the questions our Telesomm wine pro, Kelly, answered: Favorite pairing food and wine? If wine was not what you were drinking, what would be in your cup? What is your pet's favorite wine What are your top 3 wines and what does that say about you? A sommelier pairs well with_________. [Fill in the blank] What do people get wrong about being a somm What are you known for on the app? Other questions you get asked? What have you learned about talking about wine in a podcast that has expanded your own wine knowledge? As a customer what can I expect How do you keep fruit flies out of a wine glass? How do people get the wine when you do a tasting? “Wine does not live in a vacuum to me. It is connected to social justice, it is political, it is absolutely agricultural, for me wine is my people, it’s my community, it’s my relationship with people. It is how I travel and explore the world. “ ~Kelly Cornett, A Cork in the Road----Want to learn more about Telesomm? Do you have a wine question or topics we should ask a somm? Let us know! Subscribe to the pod + Follow on Twitter: @InVinoFab & IG: invinofab Get the Telesomm App + Follow on Twitter: @Telesomm & IG: telesomm.app Connect to the hosts: @laurapasquini & @Profpatrice Music credit: The song Travel to the City by Lesfm has been remixed under a CC-BY license. 
Kelly Cornett is a wine consultant and media specialist based in Atlanta, GA with 10+ years of wine industry education and experience. She started her career being mentored by a South African winemaker while managing a winery in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia learning all aspects of wine production and tasting room sales. Since founding A Cork in the Road, LLC in 2018, she has contributed to publications about North Georgia Wine Country, designed multi-course wine pairing dinners for restaurants, hosted 3 seasons of the “A Cork in the Road” podcast, and partnered with retailers to create unique education experiences. She continues to share the joy of all things wine through custom tastings, virtual classes, and Wine vs Beer adventures. Follow and learn from Kelly at:  Website: www.acorkintheroad.com  Twitter: @acorkintheroad Instagram: acorkintheroad "Wine does not live in a vacuum to me. It is connected to social justice, it is political, it is absolutely agricultural, for me wine is my people, it’s my community, it’s my relationship with people. It is how I travel and explore the world." ~Kelly Cornett, A Cork in the RoadHere are just a few of the many things we learned from this wine pro on #InVinoFab: Shenandoah Valley Virginia exercise physiology syrah  Small producers of Sonoma Marsanne-Roussanne  Viura Chardonnay The Rhône Valley Pét-nat Burgundy  Find Kelly on the Telesomm app! “For me it’s helping people discover something new. The light bulb that happens when I can help somebody understand something new about wine, no matter where they came from, what they’ve had in the past, they’re able to apply their new knowledge of wine. That’s the best part.” ~Kelly @ACorkintheRoad----Want to learn more about Telesomm? Do you have a wine question or topics we should ask a somm? Let us know! Subscribe to the pod + Follow on Twitter: @InVinoFab & IG: invinofab Get the Telesomm App + Follow on Twitter: @Telesomm & IG: telesomm.app Connect to the hosts: @laurapasquini & @Profpatrice Music credit: The song Travel to the City by Lesfm has been remixed under a CC-BY license. 
For this quick Q&A, here are the questions our Telesomm wine pro answered: Favorite food and wine pairing? When you are not drinking wine what is in your cup? What would be your dog's favorite wine? What are your top three wines and what does that say about you? A sommelier pairs well with_________. [Fill in the blank] What is something most people get wrong about being a sommelier? Tell us what you are known for on the Telesomm app? What are one or two questions that customers ask you about a lot? What can someone expect from a wine tasting with you? “Tell the sommelier what you like, but be adventurous. ‘I’m feeling adventurous, can you bring me something I haven’t had before.’ And just keep an open mind. The world of wine is so big you’ll never taste it all so why stick to one thing.” ~ Tesh Diyal, Wine with Tesh----Want to learn more about Telesomm? Do you have a wine question or topics we should ask a somm? Let us know! Subscribe to the pod + Follow on Twitter: @InVinoFab & IG: invinofab Get the Telesomm App + Follow on Twitter: @Telesomm & IG: telesomm.app Connect to the hosts: @laurapasquini & @Profpatrice Music credit: The song Travel to the City by Lesfm has been remixed under a CC-BY license. 
Tesh Diyal’s roots in hospitality can really be traced back to his mom. His restaurant experience however, started from his time working at Morton’s the Steakhouse. Tesh moved on to other restaurants in California, including Piatti, Ella Dining Room and Bar, and then he graduated to become the Sommelier at the Kitchen for almost 4 years. Tesh then transitioned into wine sales to focus on growing his family, and after a year of selling wine to restaurants, he found himself furloughed due to the pandemic. That leads to now! Tesh is excited to put wines in front of you, your friends, and you family that you may not have or even known about before! His goal truly is to bridge the gap between good people and good wine! Find Tesh at winewithtesh.com German Riesling Morton's Steakhouse wine captain Understanding Napa Cabernet Beverage Manager at Piatti  Court of Master Sommeliers Level 1  Level 2 Manager at Ella How to start your wine tasting journal Wine Bible The World Atlas of Wine  The Kitchen to run the wine program The Sutter Club Alcohol license CA Wine shipping laws by state St. Lucia Highlands right here in CA Gary Pisoni Frog leg  & champagne Moussé Fils Cabernet Sauvignon Creamy White Wines White Burgundy & White Bordeaux 19 Crimes Wine ----Want to learn more about Telesomm? Do you have a wine question or topics we should ask a somm? Let us know! Subscribe to the pod + Follow on Twitter: @InVinoFab & IG: invinofab Get the Telesomm App + Follow on Twitter: @Telesomm & IG: telesomm.app Connect to the hosts: @laurapasquini & @Profpatrice Music credit: The song Travel to the City by Lesfm has been remixed under a CC-BY license. 
Continuing the conversation with Brielle from Viva La Vino, here's the rapid fire wine questions we asked: When you are not drinking wine what is in your cup? What’s your favorite pairing of food and wine? What are your top three wines, and what do they say about you? A sommelier pairs well with _____. [Fill in the blank] What is something most people get wrong about being a somm? What are you known for on the Telesomm app? What can a customer expect from a wine tasting with you? What’s a story that resonates with you? What’s one thing bringing you joy right now? What’s fun and interesting about wine for you these days? Learn more about Viva La Vino & Brielle's love of wine at: Website: www.vivalavinonyc.com  IG: @vivalavino_nyc Facebook: VLVNYC  ----Want to learn more about Telesom? Do you have a wine question or topics we should ask a somm? Let us know! Subscribe to the pod + Follow on Twitter: @InVinoFab & IG: invinofab Get the Telesomm App + Follow on Twitter: @Telesomm & IG: telesomm.app Connect to the hosts: @laurapasquini & @Profpatrice Music credit: The song Travel to the City by Lesfm has been remixed under a CC-BY license. 
Brielle Buckler is a self-proclaimed total wine nerd with a serious travel bug. She loves finding unique wines from small producers and sharing her passion for wine with others. Brielle founded Viva la Vino to make learning about wine approachable and fun, with the foundational precept that wine is only good if YOU like it. Now, she consults with partners on their wine menus, sales, and programming. Brielle prides herself in bringing a light, interactive approach to wine tasting and education. Connect and learn from Brielle: Website: www.vivalavinonyc.com  IG: @vivalavino_nyc Facebook: VLVNYC  We talked about so many amazing wine things, here are a few notes & links from our chat: Chelsea Wine Vault Wine and Spirit Education Trust (WSET) National Basketball Association (NBA) Bleacher Report Full-Bodied Series on YouTube Pineapple wines Dole Plantation Citrus wine, what is it? Biodynamic wine Rudolf Steiner Volcano Winery Ioannina, Greece & Santorini How to pair spicy food Piemonte, Italy Asti Wine Region Oregon Pinot Noir Viognier grapes  Chardonnay wine Walla Walla, WA Walla Walla Wines Canned Wine Wednesday via IG Live: vivalavino_nyc Crunchy red fruit in Seattle Somm Pro-Tip: Your Palate Changes every two years; Wine tasting and palate change ----Want to learn more about Telesom? Do you have a wine question or topics we should ask a somm? Let us know! Subscribe to the pod + Follow on Twitter: @InVinoFab & IG: invinofab Get the Telesomm App + Follow on Twitter: @Telesomm & IG: telesomm.app Connect to the hosts: @laurapasquini & @Profpatrice Music credit: The song Travel to the City by Lesfm has been remixed under a CC-BY license. 
We're going to be asking a whole lot of questions about wines for the Telesomm sommeliers on season 5 of the pod, so we thought we'd try out a few on the Telesomm app founder, Vanessa Raymond. Turns out -- she's learned a lot working with the community of somms on her app.  Here are the questions we tried out and what we learned from this Q&A round.Questions: What food and wine pairings are you really hyped about now? If you were to pair wine with music what would you pair? What's your epic fail food & wine pairing story? Tell us about the last time a wine took you on a sensory journey Using an emoji, what describes your approach to learning wine? When you're tasting a wine, how do you taste it? What's your process? Answers: Favorite food and wine pairing: pulled moose & Chenin Blanc bubbles. Wondering how to make pulled moose? Wondering what that is and where you can get some of your own?  Ella Fitzgerald with Chardonnay National Chardonnay Day (May 21). More information on international wine days. Looking for some dried fish for your own epic food pairing, or make dried fish yourself!  Carricante Italian Wine Trying out Hungarian and Bulgarian wine Emoji for Wine Tasting: 🕵 Imagine the color of the wine you are tasting -- before you jump to a specific fruit, taste, etc. Vivino app -- track the wine you're tasting ----Want to learn more about Telesomm? Do you have a wine question or topics we should ask a somm? Let us know! Subscribe to the pod + Follow on Twitter: @InVinoFab & IG: invinofab Get the Telesomm App + Follow on Twitter: @Telesomm & IG: telesomm.app Connect to the hosts: @laurapasquini & @Profpatrice Music credit: The song Travel to the City by Lesfm has been remixed under a CC-BY license. 
Vanessa Raymond is a sociotechnologist, entrepreneur, and founder of Telesomm. She has worked in tech since 2012, and is committed to software that solves real world problems, improves people’s lives, and makes for a more equitable and just world. Vanessa is mixed race, Samoan American, passionate about justice and equality and seeking to make real change in the world.Vanessa was first introduced to the world of wine as an assistant cook on the S.V. Steven Taber from co-owner and wine professional, Jane Barrette Barnes. She went on to work as the assistant to Michael Dorf during the startup phase of City Winery.After leaving New York to join the Peace Corps as a volunteer in Bulgaria she fell in love with Hungarian and Bulgarian wines and wine traditions for homemade wine and small scale family vineyards. She then spent six months living (and tasting!) in Santa Barbara, and fell in love with wine towns, vineyard landscapes, and great wines.Here are a few notes from our conversation on the #InVinoFab pod: How Does It Feel to Be Multipotentialite? Jazz at Lincoln Center US small wine producers & why support small producers  Detroit Vineyards How to become a sommelier Sommelier School Tips Pairing wine with oysters Low-code development, e.g. Canva When Low-Code/No-Code Development Works and When It Doesn’t Glide Protio ----Want to learn more about Telesomm? Do you have a wine question or topics we should ask a somm? Let us know! Subscribe to the pod + Follow on Twitter: @InVinoFab & IG: invinofab Get the Telesomm App + Follow on Twitter: @Telesomm & IG: telesomm.app Connect to the hosts: @laurapasquini & @Profpatrice Music credit: The song Travel to the City by Lesfm has been remixed under a CC-BY license. 
Welcome to Season 5 of the pod, #InVinoFab listeners! We're so excited to be collaborating with the Telesomm app to share Sommelier Stories: Uncorking Wine Tales! We will be talking to somms from the Telesomm app and this week the founder, Vanessa Raymond. Stay tuned to your podcast feed each Tuesday and Thursday as we share somm stories and pro-tips/fun facts about wine. ----Want to learn more about Telesomm? Do you have a wine question or topics we should ask a somm? Let us know! Subscribe to the pod + Follow on Twitter: @InVinoFab & IG: invinofab Get the Telesomm App + Follow on Twitter: @Telesomm & IG: telesomm.app Connect to the hosts: @laurapasquini & @Profpatrice Music credit: The song Travel to the City by Lesfm has been remixed under a CC-BY license. 
Hello #InVinoFab friends! You may have noticed that all is quiet on the podcast front with Laura & Patrice -- that’s because we’re working on a special pod series “Sommelier Stories” in collaboration with our friends at the Telesomm app! Yay! This group of wine savvy professionals are bringing vino experiences to you -- in-person and online! Listen to this episode and join us for a virtual wine tasting event on Thursday, July 29th at 3 pm PST / 6 pm EST / 11 pm GMT (RSVP: invinofabulum@gmail.com). Telesomm  Connect & follow Telesomm on Twitter: @telesomm IG: telesomm.app Telesomm YouTube Channel Virtual Event:  “Taste the Italian Wine Story” July 29th with Sommelier: Katarina Andersson of grapevineadventures.com Join us with or without wine -- if you want to taste, purchase three (3) wine varietals at your local wine shop or wine.com:  1 rosé/natural wine - ideally a Lambrusco or a rosé wine 1 Pinot Noir or Lagrein wine ideally from Alto Adige 1 Brunello di Montalcino/Rosso di Montalcino wine from Tuscany or Aglianico - ideally a Taurasi DOCG - from Campania RSVP to invinofabulum@gmail.com for an invite to the Zoom wine tasting room to join us! Cheers!----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story! Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, etc.  Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab   Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com   Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
In this #InVinoFab episode, Laura and Patrice talk about what it means to return to the office. In the US, vaccine rollout is happening and there has been talk about returning back to campus. For some there is excitement and others returning to work brings anxiety and dread and there are employees who are not interested in returning as offices open back up. Here’s what we are thinking about as we consider a shift from remote work to in office or a hybrid model of working: Return to the Office: How are you Supporting this Transition? How to Not Mess Up Return-to-the-Office Four-phase framework for returning to the office A CEO’s Guide to Planning a Return to the Office          Questions to ask yourself and your team as you transition back to the office or some version of this: What are you thinking about returning to the office? What will being “back on campus” mean to you and your team? What did you learn from this year of remote work? What habits or practices do you want to bring back to the workplace? How are you preparing yourself and your team to make this transition? ----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story! Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, etc.  Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab   Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com   Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
Lesley D’Souza is a student affairs assessment professional who specializes in storytelling with data. Currently, she is the Director of Strategic Storytelling & Digital Engagement in Western University’s Student Experience division. After focusing on assessment and storytelling in her two previous roles, Lesley is exploring how data-informed stories can be used to intentionally shift culture in positive directions using digital engagement best practices. Lesley has held leadership roles in the Canadian Association of College & University Student Services and ACPA - College Educators International. She is co-authoring an upcoming book "Design Thinking in Student Affairs'' to be published September 2021. Connect to Lesley: lesleydsouza.com and on Twitter: @lesley_dsouza“I’m going to make mistakes, and I’m going to get things wrong. That’s going to happen. So I’ve got to learn how to apologize and learn how to make it right, and how to move it forward.”   ~Lesley on not being right, but getting it right how we center stories and knowledge.Here are links to a few things we discussed and resources Lesley shared around Indigenous pedagogy and decolonization: ACPA 2016 Conference: Conferencing with a Baby Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada Indigenous pedagogy: Storytelling Research is Ceremony: Indigenous Research Methods by Shawn Wilson Native Land https://native-land.ca/  Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer Unceded Land “Dish With One Spoon Territory” Reframing climate change as a story of human evolutionary success Empowering the Spirit: Educational Resource to Support Reconciliation We need to talk about social media The biggest problem with feminism today—and how to fix it The #InVinoFab Pod REPLAY Episode #22: Sista Circles Research The intersectionality wars Juneteenth Colonized Classrooms: Racism, Trauma and Resistance in Post-Secondary Education by Sheila Cote-Meek  Decolonizing and Indigenizing Education in Canada Edited by Sheila Cote-Meek, Taima Moeke-Pickering Living in Indigenous Sovereignty by Elizabeth Carlson-Manathara  With Gladys Rowe  When Aboriginal and MétisTeachers use Storytelling as an Instructional Practice  [PDF] Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline  Inniskillin - Try their icewines Niagara Ice Wine Festival  ----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story! Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods.  Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab   Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com   Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
Roséwave. Some say it’s a music and ambiance for an enjoyable way to wind down. Others might say Roséwave is a lifestyle. The term was coined and/or asked about by NPR Music’s Lars Gotrich back in 2017: https://twitter.com/totalvibration/status/876873692793507841 With it comes a few playlists created by NPR All Songs and other folks to let you jam to while you’re enjoying the summer’s end and long weekend:--Roséwave: 102 Songs To Juice Up Your Summerhttps://www.npr.org/sections/allsongs/2019/06/05/729726599/rosewave-102-songs-to-juice-up-your-summer --Single & Sauced: Swipe Right In 30 Songs https://www.npr.org/sections/allsongs/2018/06/13/619206675/single-sauced-swipe-right-in-30-songs--Roséwave: 75 Songs To Kick Off A Faux-Luxe Summer https://www.npr.org/sections/allsongs/2017/06/21/533731682/ros-wave-75-songs-to-kick-off-a-faux-luxe-summer--Happy & Sad: 31 Bittersweet Bops For Summer's End https://www.npr.org/sections/allsongs/2019/08/28/755011300/happy-sad-bittersweet-bops-for-summers-end #InVinoFab recommendations of drinks to get your sway on with  Roséwave 🌹🌊:Chateau Montaud Cote de Provence Rose 2018 http://www.vignoblesravel.com/ Yes Way Rose! https://yeswayrose.com/ La Croix Sparkling Water https://www.lacroixwater.com/ Waterloo Sparkling Water https://www.drinkwaterloo.com/ ----In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story! Subscribe to #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you catch your pods.  Follow us on Twitter @InVinoFab or IG: @invinofab   Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com   Connect with your co-hosts (she/her) on Twitter: @laurapasquini & @profpatrice
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