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Natalia Warren was studying for her second master’s degree when a painful medical condition changed the course of her life and led her to patient advocacy. She currently serves as the chair and co-founder of the Not A Dry Eye Foundation, the only patient-driven, non-profit foundation focused on raising awareness of Dry Eye Syndrome. Listen and learn from Natalia Warren’s experience with dry eye, as well as her perspective on the conflict in Ukraine, the need for patient advocacy in the American healthcare system, and her advice for non-profit organizations. 01:22 -- Guest intro, discussion of Your Dry Eye Mystery Solved 10:00 -- Backstory, what it means to be Ukrainian 14:58 -- Professional journey, becoming a patient advocate 25:43 -- Natalia Warren’s Crummer experience 29:31 -- Advice for non-profits Books Your Dry Eye Mystery Solved by Steven L. Maskin and Natalia A. Warren -- https://tinyurl.com/37xvauub Resources Crummer Graduate School of Business -- https://www.crummer.rollins.edu/ Not A Dry Eye Foundation -- notadryeye.org Come Back Alive (Ukrainian Army Charity Fund) -- savelife.in.ua National Bank of Ukraine -- bank.gov.ua Dr. Steven L. Maskin -- drmaskin.com Amazon Smile -- smile.amazon.com Credits Guest -- Natalia Warren, https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalia-warren-9733241/ Production by Victor Media Group, Inc. -- https://victormediagroup.co/ Creator / Host -- J.B. Adams Executive Producer -- Gerard Mitchell Technical/Production Design -- Angel Colon Technical/Production Assistance -- Hao Do Video and Audio Editing -- Anna Hughes
Shannon McDowell (she/her) is a board game inventor and puzzle designer who was hired to research and mitigate cultural bias in the puzzles for the 2019 Red Bull Escape Room World Championships. Shannon walks us through how she became a professional puzzle designer, how cultural biases manifest in escape rooms & puzzle design, and how to design puzzles that are challenging while remaining inclusive. 00:02:07 - How We Connect Through Games 00:04:28 - Meet Shannon 00:10:21 - “We Haven’t Seen Everything That’s Possible” 00:17:36 - Cultural Bias in Escape Rooms 00:20:26 - Five Categories of Cultural Bias in Puzzles 00:24:55 - How to Make a Bad Escape Room 00:38:18 - How Hints Can Make or Break A Puzzle 00:50:55 - On Physical Accessibility in Escape Rooms 01:01:00 - The Value of Inclusivity in Gaming Resources Shannon’s publications - https://www.shannonmcdowell.ca/publications-media Shannon’s free puzzles - https://www.shannonmcdowell.ca/puzzles SCRAP Entertainment Inc - https://realescapegame.com/about/ 2019 Red Bull Escape Room World Championship - https://www.redbull.com/gb-en/events/red-bull-escape-room-world-championships-final Cryptex Hunt - https://cryptexhunt.com/2022/ Support my show! www.bubblegumbitchcraft.etsy.com Credits Guest - Shannon McDowell, https://www.shannonmcdowell.ca/ Production by Victor Media Group, Inc. - https://victormediagroup.co/ Original Music by Byson - https://spoti.fi/3eoC47l Creator / Host - Clara Mount (@bubblegum_titan on Twitter) Executive Producers-- J.B. Adams and Gerard Mitchell Sound Editing - Anna Hughes
TW: sexual assault and abuse, grooming, bullying, threats, talk of suicide, racism. Raquel Skellington (she/her), the world’s first full-time professional LARPer, tells the story of how she built her career, survived a traumatic public character assassination during the peak of cancel culture, and now represents some of the biggest companies in the LARP sphere. She also shares her thoughts about being the first pro LARPer as a woman of color, and what that means for her. 00:02:06 -- Meet Raquel! 00:13:02 -- “LARP fundamentally changed me” 00:22:49 -- Becoming a professional LARPer 00:39:38 -- When modeling and LARPing converge 00:47:59 -- Surviving a racially fueled public attack 01:06:51 -- Recovery and growth 01:21:21 -- What keeps Raquel going Games Sims series -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Sims House of the Dead 2 -- https://bit.ly/39cqL25 Civilization series -- https://bit.ly/3zpXWK9 Paladins -- https://www.paladins.com/ Dystopia Rising -- http://www.dystopiarisinglarp.com/ Dammerung -- https://www.larpcoop.com/dammerung Other Resources Calimacil -- https://calimacil.com/?aff=117 Ateliers Nemesis -- https://ateliers-nemesis.com/en/ Drachenfest US -- https://www.drachenfest.us/ Support my show! www.bubblegumbitchcraft.etsy.com Credits Guest -- Raquel Skellington, https://raquel-skellington.carrd.co/ Production by Victor Media Group, Inc. -- https://victormediagroup.co/ Original Music by Byson -- https://spoti.fi/3eoC47l Creator / Host -- Clara Mount (@bubblegum_titan on Twitter) Executive Producers -- J.B. Adams and Gerard Mitchell Sound Editing -- Anna Hughes
Elaine Gómez (she/her), Puerto Rican game designer at Brass Lion Entertainment, shares how game design can be a tool for exploring and celebrating culture, and how she’s leaving a legacy of accessibility through her work in the video game industry. 00:01:19 -- Meet Elaine! 00:15:11 -- A beautiful storybook 00:20:40 -- Game design philosophy 00:29:20 -- Leaving your mark as a designer 00:39:36 -- Representing cultures with sensitivity 00:51:22 -- The importance of accessibility design 01:03:21 -- The industry needs to learn to share 01:15:15 -- Getting started with accessible design Games Child of Light -- https://bit.ly/3wqQwUR Assassin’s Creed 3 -- https://bit.ly/3815A2g Assassin’s Creed Odyssey -- https://bit.ly/3FYHbH8 Mulaka -- https://www.lienzo.mx/mulaka/ The Last of Us -- https://bit.ly/3G6gnVy Other Resources Brass Lion Entertainment Careers -- https://brasslionentertainment.com/careers/ AbleGamers -- https://ablegamers.org/ Accessible Player Experiences (APX) -- https://accessible.games/accessible-player-experiences/ Support my show! www.bubblegumbitchcraft.etsy.com Credits Guest -- Elaine Gómez (she/her), @chulatastic or http://www.elaine-gomez.com/ Production by Victor Media Group, Inc. -- https://victormediagroup.co/ Original Music by Byson -- https://spoti.fi/3eoC47l Creator / Host -- Clara Mount (@bubblegum_titan on Twitter) Executive Producers -- J.B. Adams and Gerard Mitchell Sound Editing -- Anna Hughes
“If you like video games and music so much, why don’t you write music for video games?” Today’s guest said “BET!” Tune in for a behind the scenes look at game audio and insights on networking in the game industry, featuring Chel Wong (she/they), award-winning game music composer and sound designer with credits on games such as Kine, OnlyCans, and Whisker Squadron. 01:06 -- Meet Chel! 08:27 -- A life shaped by games 14:00 -- The secret life of game audio 28:47 -- “I failed teaching” 32:21 -- Advice on getting into audio 38:11 -- Networking for gamers 50:30 -- Curated spaces Games Kine -- https://www.kinegame.com/kine-home OnlyCans -- https://oxyoxspring.itch.io/onlycans Whisker Squadron -- https://bit.ly/3MKO0yf She Dreams Elsewhere -- https://www.studiozevere.com/ Death’s Door -- https://playdeathsdoor.com/ Sable -- https://www.shed-works.co.uk/sable Guilty Gear Strive -- https://www.guiltygear.com/ggst/en/ Outer Wilds -- https://www.mobiusdigitalgames.com/outer-wilds.html NieR Gestalt – https://bit.ly/3sbp6zP Trails in the Sky -- https://bit.ly/3ycgUDs Pokemon Diamond -- https://diamondpearl.pokemon.com/en-us/ RedOut -- https://redout.games/ F-Zero -- https://bit.ly/3w3xRNG Kirby Air Ride -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirby_Air_Ride Ghost Trick -- https://bit.ly/3KC76oF Team Fortress 2 -- https://www.teamfortress.com/ Undertale -- https://undertale.com/ A Hat in Time -- https://www.gearsforbreakfast.com/games/a-hat-in-time/ Heroes of the Storm -- https://heroesofthestorm.com/en-us/ Warframe -- https://www.warframe.com/landing Hyper Light Drifter -- https://www.heartmachine.com/hyper-light-drifter Other Resources Charity EP Jam -- https://charityepjam.bandcamp.com/music AbleGamers -- https://ablegamers.org/ Andrew Prahlow (composer for Outer Wilds) -- http://www.andrewprahlow.com/ Akash Thakkar (music for Hyper Light Drifter) -- https://www.akashthakkar.com/ Support my show! www.bubblegumbitchcraft.etsy.com Credits Guest -- Chel Wong (she/they), @chelwongaudio on Twitter/IG or https://linktr.ee/chelwongaudio Production by Victor Media Group, Inc. -- https://victormediagroup.co/ Original Music by Byson -- https://spoti.fi/3eoC47l Creator / Host -- Clara Mount (@bubblegum_titan on Twitter) Executive Producers -- J.B. Adams and Gerard Mitchell Sound Editing -- Anna Hughes
The season 3 premiere features Lawrence Moore (he/him), Founder and CEO of LARPing in Color (LINC), and Dr. Rachael Cofield (they/them), Director of Programs and Operations at LINC. Tune in to hear the full story of the first time Lawrence cried at LARP, the origins of LINC, and the importance of normalizing inclusive behaviors to make LARP better for future players. And don’t forget to apply for free sensitivity consulting through the Normalize Paid Emotional Labor (NPEL) program! 00:01:23 -- Meet Lawrence and Rachael! 00:17:56 -- Lawrence gets scared and cries at a LARP 00:25:06 -- LARPing for emotional impact 00:30:56 -- LARPing in Color origin story 00:42:24 -- Document your values, or Rachael’s PHD in “go the f*** home” 00:53:20 -- Free (and paid) diversity resources 01:05:15 -- Building a community based on values Games Garden of Destinies (LARP) -- https://gardenofdestinieslarp.com/ Pantheon LARP -- https://www.clockworkmonsterproductions.com/pantheon Other Resources LARPing in Color -- https://larpingincolor.com/ NPEL Program -- https://larpingincolor.com/npel Support my show! >> www.bubblegumbitchcraft.etsy.com Credits Guests -- Lawrence Moore and Dr. Rachael Cofield (@rachaeldoesgeography on Twitter) Production by Victor Media Group, Inc. -- https://victormediagroup.co/ Original Music by Byson -- https://spoti.fi/3eoC47l Creator / Host -- Clara Mount (@bubblegum_titan on Twitter) Executive Producers -- J.B. Adams and Gerard Mitchell Sound Editing -- Anna Hughes
Host Clara Mount interviews Austin Franklin, CEO and Co-Founder of Good Natured Life. The first half of the show is the Crummer Connections interview recorded and broadcast in Fall 2021. The second half of the show is a panel Q&A session with Austin Franklin and selected Crummer alumni and students, featuring discussions on self-reflection, building motivation within your organization, and how to effectively communicate your vision as a leader. 00:35 -- Introducing the panel 03:22 -- Philosophy of service, giving back to the community, being your best self 09:54 -- Backstory, parents as business role models, messages of positivity 17:07 -- Career journey, overcoming disadvantages, inception of Good Natured Life 26:56 -- Career advice, finding the advantage in the disadvantage 31:11 -- Meet and greet with Austin Franklin 32:35 -- Founding a business, growing as a public speaker, applying lessons from basketball, uncovering hidden credentials 45:03 -- Crummer Insider Free Association 51:24 -- Being a co-founder and guiding business strategy, communicating the vision, developing reading as a healthy habit 57:15 -- Closing message to the Crummer community Books Can’t Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds by David Goggins – https://www.amazon.com/Cant-Hurt-Me-Master-Your/dp/1544512287 Resources Good-Natured Life -- https://www.goodnaturedlife.com/ Crummer Graduate School of Business -- https://www.crummer.rollins.edu Credits Guest -- Austin Franklin https://www.linkedin.com/in/austin-j-franklin-a1a477111/ Production by Victor Media Group, Inc. -- https://victormediagroup.co/ Creator -- J.B. Adams Host -- Clara Mount Executive Producer -- Gerard Mitchell Sound Editing -- Aaron Trnka Production Assistance -- Kyle Sawyer Crummer Panelists -- Papaa Kodzi, Michael Serrano, Kyle Sawyer
Host Clara Mount interviews Marcus Davis, current MBA candidate at the Crummer Graduate School of Business and Student Representative on the Rollins College Alumni Board. The first half of the show is the Crummer Connections interview recorded and broadcast in Fall 2021. The second half of the show is a panel Q&A session with Marcus Davis and selected Crummer alumni and students, featuring discussions on building a meaningful network, leveraging mentor relationships, finding internships, and taking initiative. 00:44 -- Introducing the panel 03:04 -- Philosophy of service, servant leadership and situational leadership 10:12 -- Backstory, playing sports and keeping the gas tank full 16:03 -- Lessons from mentor James Gore, having a Plan B 22:49 -- Career advice, ask questions, “learn how to run, then run faster” 29:40 -- Meet and greet with Marcus Davis 30:54 -- Responsibilities as a student representative and making an impact on campus, the Share the Light initiative 35:43 -- Lessons learned from mentors 38:55 -- Crummer Insider Free Association 41:24 -- Motivations for getting an MBA, favorite memories, advice to incoming students, and career goals 52:19 -- Continuing life-long learning 57:33 -- Closing message to the Crummer community Resources Crummer Graduate School of Business -- https://www.crummer.rollins.edu Credits Guest -- Marcus Davis, https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcusjdavis Production by Victor Media Group, Inc. -- https://victormediagroup.co/ Creator -- J.B. Adams Host -- Clara Mount Executive Producer -- Gerard Mitchell Sound Editing -- Aaron Trnka Production Assistance -- Kyle Sawyer Crummer Panelists -- Sophie Fountain, Heidi Gardiner, Kyle Sawyer
Host Clara Mount interviews Alex Manrique, Manager of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion at Universal Parks & Resorts. The first half of the show is the Crummer Connections interview recorded and broadcast in Fall 2021. The second half of the show is a panel Q&A session with Alex Manrique and selected Crummer alumni and students, featuring discussions on supporting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and helping employees feel a sense of belonging. 00:44 -- Introducing the panel 02:39 -- Service philosophy, importance of taking care of future generations 08:34 -- Backstory, growing up in Colombia, treating people with kindness 13:47 -- Career journey & turning points, helping employees find a sense of belonging best business advice, resources to support Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion 29:20 -- Meet and greet with Alex Manrique 30:37 -- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion practices 45:32 -- Crummer Insider Free Association 49:15 -- Learning and growing as a result of culture change 54:26 -- Creating a culture where employees are valued 56:35 -- Closing message to the Crummer community Books So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo -- https://amzn.to/3s5eTUX Better Allies: Everyday Actions to Create Inclusive, Engaging Workplaces by Karen Catlin -- https://amzn.to/3s5SyGD How to Be an Anti-Racist by Dr. Ibram X. Kendi -- https://amzn.to/3oaALx2 Resources Crummer Graduate School of Business -- https://www.crummer.rollins.edu Kobe Japanese Steakhouse -- https://kobesteakhouse.com Credits Guest -- Mai-Han Harrington https://www.linkedin.com/in/mai-han-harrington-52a88713/ Production by Victor Media Group, Inc. -- https://victormediagroup.co/ Creator -- J.B. Adams Host -- Clara Mount Executive Producer -- Gerard Mitchell Sound Editing -- Aaron Trnka Production Assistance -- Kyle Sawyer Crummer Panelists -- Kyle Sawyer & Rachel Valocchi
Host Clara Mount interviews John Henry, Co-Founder of The MyCare Connect Foundation. The first half of the show is the Crummer Connections interview recorded and broadcast in Fall 2021. The second half of the show is a panel Q&A session with John Henry and selected Crummer alumni and students, featuring discussions on entrepreneurship, maintaining your professional network, and selecting a path after graduation. 00:44 -- Introducing the panel 03:07 -- Philosophy of service, importance of meaningful connections 08:40 -- Backstory, job search, patience, and passion 18:09 -- Career journey, the inception of MyCareConnect, and helping families in the Type I Diabetes community 30:22 -- Meet and greet with John Henry 31:30 -- Entrepreneurship, lessons learned, and challenges in the healthcare industry 45:02 -- Crummer Insider Free Association 47:02 -- Connecting with younger generations, returning to Crummer, and paychecks vs. passion 57:12 -- Closing message to the Crummer community Books Generation Me: Why Today’s Young Americans Are More Confident, Assertive, Entitled – and More Miserable Than Ever Before by Jean M. Twenge -- https://amzn.to/3GhtDos Resources Crummer Graduate School of Business -- https://www.crummer.rollins.edu Appreciative inquiry -- https://www.centerforappreciativeinquiry.net/more-on-ai/what-is-appreciative-inquiry-ai/ TED Talk: “Your Body Language May Shape Who You Are” with Amy Cuddy -- https://www.ted.com/talks/amy_cuddy_your_body_language_may_shape_who_you_are?language=en Credits Guest -- Dr. Robert Prescott https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-k-prescott-phd-sphr-shrm-scp-5344836/ Production by Victor Media Group, Inc. -- https://victormediagroup.co/ Creator -- J.B. Adams Host -- Clara Mount Executive Producer -- Gerard Mitchell Sound Editing -- Aaron Trnka Production Assistance -- Kyle Sawyer
Host Clara Mount interviews Alex Manrique, Manager of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion at Universal Parks & Resorts. The first half of the show is the Crummer Connections interview recorded and broadcast in Fall 2021. The second half of the show is a panel Q&A session with Alex Manrique and selected Crummer alumni and students, featuring discussions on supporting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and helping employees feel a sense of belonging. 00:44 -- Introducing the panel 02:39 -- Service philosophy, importance of taking care of future generations 08:34 -- Backstory, growing up in Colombia, treating people with kindness 13:47 -- Career journey & turning points, helping employees find a sense of belonging best business advice, resources to support Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion 29:20 -- Meet and greet with Alex Manrique 30:37 -- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion practices 45:32 -- Crummer Insider Free Association 49:15 -- Learning and growing as a result of culture change 54:26 -- Creating a culture where employees are valued 56:35 -- Closing message to the Crummer community Books So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo -- https://amzn.to/3s5eTUX Better Allies: Everyday Actions to Create Inclusive, Engaging Workplaces by Karen Catlin -- https://amzn.to/3s5SyGD How to Be an Anti-Racist by Dr. Ibram X. Kendi -- https://amzn.to/3oaALx2 Resources Crummer Graduate School of Business -- https://www.crummer.rollins.edu Credits Guest -- Alex Manrique, https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexandra-manrique-9736814/ Production by Victor Media Group, Inc. -- https://victormediagroup.co/ Creator -- J.B. Adams Host -- Clara Mount Executive Producer -- Gerard Mitchell Sound Editing -- Aaron Trnka Production Assistance -- Kyle Sawyer Crummer Panelists -- Papaa Kodzi & Kyle Sawyer
Host Clara Mount interviews Terry Castillo, Training and Development Manager for the Orange County Clerk of Courts. The first half of the show is the Crummer Connections interview recorded and broadcast in Fall 2021. The second half of the show is a panel Q&A session with Terry and selected Crummer alumni and students, featuring discussions on her career, and the importance of active listening as you serve others. 00:44 -- Introducing the panel 02:30 -- Philosophy of service 10:30 -- Backstory 18:24 -- Early career aspirations and transitions 29:38 -- Meet and greet with Terry Castillo 30:39 -- Serving on the Osceola County School Board, importance of active listening 38:03 -- Discussion of potential professions, lessons learned from role models 44:50 -- Crummer Insider Free Association 47:54 -- Measuring the impact of training and development 52:46 -- Personal and professional development 57:51 -- Closing message to the Crummer community Books The Hard Thing About Hard Things by Ben Horowitz -- https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DQ845EA/ref=dp_kinw_strp_1 The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable by Patrick Lencioni – https://www.amazon.com/Five-Dysfunctions-Team-Leadership-Fable/dp/0787960756 Resources Crummer Graduate School of Business -- https://www.crummer.rollins.edu Credits Guest -- Terry Castillo https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrycastillo/ Production by Victor Media Group, Inc. -- https://victormediagroup.co/ Creator -- J.B. Adams Host -- Clara Mount Executive Producer -- Gerard Mitchell Sound Editing -- Aaron Trnka Production Assistance -- Kyle Sawyer Crummer Panelists – Raquel Betancourt & Kyle Sawyer
Today's guest is Austin Franklin, Co-Founder and CEO of Good-Natured Life. In this interview, he'll explain how serving the community starts with being your best self, and even when you are in the midst of challenges, you can find the advantage in the disadvantage. SUBMIT A QUESTION: Do you have a question or comment for this guest? Send your submission and Austin will respond to it on the Crummer Hour, our follow up discussion show that is broadcast on WPRK 91.5 FM. Be sure to include your name, hometown, company, and title. Send to clara@victormediagroup.co. 01:16 -- Philosophy of service, giving back to the community, being your best self 08:20 -- Backstory, parents as business role models, messages of positivity 15:37 -- Career journey, overcoming disadvantages, the inception of Good Natured Life 25:25 -- Career advice, finding the advantage in the disadvantage Credits Guest -- Austin Franklin, https://www.linkedin.com/in/austin-franklin-a1a477111/ Host -- J.B. Adams, https://www.linkedin.com/in/adamslearning/ Production by Victor Media Group, Inc. -- https://victormediagroup.co/ Creator -- J.B. Adams Executive Producer -- Gerard Mitchell Showrunner -- Kyle Sawyer Audio Design -- Aaron Trnka Production Assistance -- Rachel O’Bryan
Think about something that you've always wanted to accomplish and then ask yourself what is holding you back from doing it? Today's guest is Marcus Davis. And in this interview, he'll share his early experiences in business. And explain the importance of learning how to run so that you can separate yourself from the rest of the pack. SUBMIT A QUESTION: Do you have a question or comment for this guest? Send your submission and Marcus will respond to it on the Crummer Hour, our follow up discussion show that is broadcast on WPRK 91.5 FM. Be sure to include your name, hometown, company, and title. Send to clara@victormediagroup.co. 01:12 -- Philosophy of service, servant leadership and situational leadership 08:47 -- Backstory, playing sports and keeping the gas tank full 14:40 -- Lessons from mentor James Gore, having a Plan B 21:23 -- Career advice, ask questions, “learn how to run, then run faster” Credits Guest -- Marcus Davis, https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcusjdavis/ Host -- J.B. Adams, https://www.linkedin.com/in/adamslearning/ Production by Victor Media Group, Inc. -- https://victormediagroup.co/ Creator -- J.B. Adams Executive Producer -- Gerard Mitchell Showrunner -- Kyle Sawyer Audio Design -- Aaron Trnka Production Assistance -- Rachel O’Bryan
Think back to the early stages of your business career, did you have a clear idea of where you were headed? For most of us, it's not that easy. Today's guest is Mai-Han Harrington, director of administration at Kobe Japanese steakhouse and immediate past president on the Rollins College Alumni Board of Directors, and in this interview, she'll share with us what to do when you don't know what to do, and how she found her way to continue the legacy of a proud family business. SUBMIT A QUESTION: Do you have a question or comment for this guest? Send your submission and Mai-Han will respond to it on the Crummer Hour, our follow up discussion show that is broadcast on WPRK 91.5 FM. Be sure to include your name, hometown, company, and title. Send to clara@victormediagroup.co. 01:05 -- Philosophy of service, and creating meaningful relationships 06:46 -- Backstory, the birth of Kobe Japanese Steakhouse as a family business 14:29 -- Career journey, pursuing interests before joining the family business 22:37 -- Best business advice, expect change and embrace it Resources https://kobesteakhouse.com/ Credits Guest -- Mai-Han Harrington, https://www.linkedin.com/in/mai-han-harrington-52a88713/ Host -- J.B. Adams, https://www.linkedin.com/in/adamslearning/ Production by Victor Media Group, Inc. -- https://victormediagroup.co/ Creator -- J.B. Adams Executive Producer -- Gerard Mitchell Showrunner -- Kyle Sawyer Audio Design -- Aaron Trnka Production Assistance -- Rachel O’Bryan
Imagine being a parent and learning that your child has an illness that will affect both of you for the rest of your lives. In this interview, John Henry, executive director of the MyCareConnect Foundation and current vice president on the Rollins College Alumni Board of Directors, shares how his situation made him step up as a parent, shift his career, and redefine his commitment to service. SUBMIT A QUESTION: Do you have a question or comment for this guest? Send your submission and John will respond to it on the Crummer Hour, our follow up discussion show that is broadcast on WPRK 91.5 FM. Be sure to include your name, hometown, company, and title. Send to clara@victormediagroup.co. 01:18 -- Philosophy of service, importance of meaningful connections 07:35 -- Backstory, job search, patience, and passion 17:04 -- Career journey, the inception of MyCareConnect, and helping families in the Type I Diabetes community Resources https://blueloop.mycareconnect.com/ Credits Guest -- John Henry, https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnhenrymccblueloop/ Host -- J.B. Adams, https://www.linkedin.com/in/adamslearning/ Production by Victor Media Group, Inc. -- https://victormediagroup.co/ Creator -- J.B. Adams Executive Producer -- Gerard Mitchell Showrunner -- Kyle Sawyer Audio Design -- Aaron Trnka Production Assistance -- Rachel O’Bryan
In the 21st century, it is increasingly essential to put a sense of humanity at the center of business decisions. In this interview, Alex Manrique, Manager of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Universal Parks & Resorts, discusses her approach to service through fostering relationships and embracing the differences of others. SUBMIT A QUESTION: Do you have a question or comment for this guest? Send your submission and Alex will respond to it on the Crummer Hour, our follow up discussion show that is broadcast on WPRK 91.5 FM. Be sure to include your name, hometown, company, and title. Send to clara@victormediagroup.co. 01:49 -- Service philosophy, importance of taking care of future generations 07:35 -- Backstory, growing up in Colombia, treating people with kindness 12:49 -- Career journey & best business advice, helping employees find a sense of belonging Resources So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo -- https://www.amazon.com/You-Want-Talk-About-Race/dp/1580056776 Better Allies: Everyday Actions to Create Inclusive, Engaging Workplaces by Karen Catlin -- https://www.amazon.com/Better-Allies-Everyday-Inclusive-Workplaces/dp/1732723303 How to Be an Anti-Racist by Dr. Ibram X. Kendi -- https://www.amazon.com/How-Be-Antiracist-Ibram-Kendi/dp/0525509283 Universal Orlando Parks & Resorts -- https://jobs.universalparks.com/universal-orlando-resort/life-at-universal-orlando/#uoldiv Credits Guest -- Alex Manrique, https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexandra-manrique/ Host -- J.B. Adams, https://www.linkedin.com/in/adamslearning/ Production by Victor Media Group, Inc. -- https://victormediagroup.co/ Creator -- J.B. Adams Executive Producer -- Gerard Mitchell Showrunner -- Kyle Sawyer Audio Design -- Aaron Trnka Production Assistance -- Rachel O’Bryan
Today’s show begins with a simple question: Do you have a job, or do you have a career? In this interview, Terry Castillo, training and development manager for the Orange County Clerk of Courts and vice-chair of the Osceola County School Board, and former chair of career enhancement and service at the Crummer Graduate School of Business discusses the importance of identifying your gifts and using them to serve others. SUBMIT A QUESTION: Do you have a question or comment for this guest? Send your submission and Terry will respond to it on the Crummer Hour, our follow up discussion show that is broadcast on WPRK 91.5 FM. Be sure to include your name, hometown, company, and title. Send to clara@victormediagroup.co. 01:52 -- Philosophy of service, and on making service more attractive 09:44 -- Backstory, Terry’s grandmother as a role model of service 22:07 -- Business advice and on serving for the right reasons Resources The Hard Thing About Hard Things by Ben Horowitz -- https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DQ845EA/ref=dp_kinw_strp_1 Orange County Clerk of Courts -- https://www.myorangeclerk.com/ Osceola County School Board -- https://www.osceolaschools.net/Page/180 Credits Guest -- Terry Castillo, https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrycastillo/ Host -- J.B. Adams, https://www.linkedin.com/in/adamslearning/ Production by Victor Media Group, Inc. -- https://victormediagroup.co/ Creator -- J.B. Adams Executive Producer -- Gerard Mitchell Showrunner -- Kyle Sawyer Audio Design -- Aaron Trnka Production Assistance -- Rachel O’Bryan
Unpopular opinion: impostor syndrome isn’t a bad thing, and if you’re lucky, it never goes away. Tune in to hear Michelle Flamm, Senior Systems Designer at WB Games San Francisco, talk about why impostor syndrome makes you a great designer, what the Blizzard lawsuit represents to her as a woman in the industry, and how game studios can provide ongoing support for marginalized employees. 01:07 -- Meet Michelle! 13:10 -- Supporting diversity in games 19:55 -- Blizzard lawsuits 28:09 -- Impostor syndrome hot take 31:40 -- HR, get out the way 41:53 -- Mentorship 101 Games Animal Crossing -- https://animal-crossing.com/ Destiny franchise -- https://www.bungie.net/ World of Warcraft -- https://worldofwarcraft.com/en-us/ Final Fantasy XIV -- https://www.finalfantasyxiv.com/ Sniper Elite -- https://sniperelitegames.com/en Boyfriend Dungeon -- https://www.boyfrienddungeon.com/ Final Fantasy 11 -- http://www.playonline.com/ff11us/index.shtml Other Resources Timeline of the Blizzard controversy -- https://bit.ly/3HLocjC Women directors leaving Blizzard -- https://bit.ly/3CFmyML Don’t forget to check out our friends at the Quit The Build podcast! https://www.quitthebuild.com/ Credits Guest -- Michelle Flamm, @mmogirlkai on IG or https://www.linkedin.com/in/michelleflamm/ Production by Victor Media Group, Inc. -- https://victormediagroup.co/ Original Music by Byson -- https://spoti.fi/3eoC47l Creator / Host -- Clara Mount Executive Producers -- J.B. Adams and Gerard Mitchell Sound Editing -- Aaron Trnka
In this series, host J.B. Adams brings you conversations with those who lead through their service to others. With the belief that a leader is anyone who influences change, this show seeks to understand not just what leaders do, but who they are, and how they can be effective in a rapidly changing world. Listen for key insights and advice from genuine servant leaders.
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