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On Alchemy: Deep Dive on Liberation

What happens when one realizes one show alone, The Ascension Show, cannot possibly address the week’s topic  “Liberation”, especially during Black History Month?  Well, you produce another show on your platform that does, a show that addresses the feelings, triggers and questions around that word. This week, on the On Alchemy show, Dr Denise and […] Continue reading…

The UNNI Podcast – w/ Livio Harris

Livio Harris (Co-Ceo)- is a powerhouse executive who began his career as a singer/songwriter signed to a major label in 1990 called Uptown Records’. Against all odds, as a Black American Man faced with many challenges growing up in Atlantic City- Livio’s persistence and refusal to become a statistic helped him to climb up the industry ranks as an executive who has amassed over 30 years of industry experience and advancing from being a former Recording Artist, to Entertainment Manager, an Artist Development Executive, V.P. of Tier2 Films, and Executive V.P. of NottingHill Music Publishing.
Livio has worked with a number of music companies such as Elektra Records and Epic Records as an A&R Consultant. Livio has been credited for a significant amount of Notting Hill’s U.S. catalogue, which includes; Will Smith, The Pussycat Dolls, Beyoncé, Destiny’s Child, Eminem, Outkast, Nelly, Michael Jackson, and DJ Khaled to name a few. And now, he lands on The UNNI Podcast- Enjoy!

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A Thriving Hive — How to Cultivate Employee Engagement and Workplace Well-Being: Interview with Mari Ryan | Episode 80

Overwork. Burnout. Resentment. Churn. Bullying. Exclusion. Gossip. These qualities define the toxic work conditions that Mari Ryan calls a “dive hive.” She makes the argument that personal and community resilience are highly influenced by the cost-saving and life-saving preventative care we cultivate at work. Instead of a ‘“dive hive,” we need an “alive hive” filled with purpose, joy and impact. In this podcast Mari outlines a strategy on how companies can advance worker well-being and thrive.

About Mari Ryan, MBA, MHP, CWP
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Mari Ryan is a workplace well-being expert, international speaker and award-winning author. She is the CEO and founder of AdvancingWellness and leverages over 30 years of business experience in a variety of industries. For the past decade, Ms. Ryan has been creating thriving workplaces, through her consulting work and speaking on worksite well-being. Mari earned a Bachelor’s degree from Lesley University, an MBA from Boston University, a Master’s degree in Health Promotion from Nebraska Methodist College. Mari is an active member of the National Speakers Association. Mari is the author of award-winning book The Thriving Hive: How People-Centric Workplaces Ignite Engagement and Fuel Results. for more information on this episode go to https://www.sallyspencerthomas.com/hope-illuminated-podcast/80

A Grandma's Love… Happiness at 100!

“No Regrets” — that’s the battle cry from Helen Kruskal who just celebrated her 100th birthday.!  In this episode of the Dr. Denise Show, we hear from this centenarian who takes that old phrase “laughter is the best medicine” and turns it up a notch to “Love is the best medicine.”  Grandma Helen is joined […] Continue reading…

A Safe Haven Space for Refugee and Immigrant Mental Health

Egette and Kristin talk about her new podcast on Mental Health News Radio Network: Safe Haven Space.

Egette Indelele was born and raised in a refugee camp in Tanzania. She is the oldest of five children and a first-generation honor college student at George Mason University. She is studying Psychology with a concentration in Cognitive and Behavior Neuroscience in hopes of opening her own practice in Burundi and emphasizing the importance of mental health while serving children with the hope of healing their traumatic life events. Egette’s work with Safe Haven was inspired by her experience as a refugee . She founded Safe Haven to help refugee students resettle in a new world while having access to mental health services.

Aside from mental health, Egette has a great passion for children around the world. With the passion to help children, she became the President of a UNICEF club at George Mason University. The club gave her the opportunity to advocate for children’s rights and educate her university community on the importance of helping the younger generation. She extended her passion and is now serving on the United Nation international Children Emergency Funds USA National Council. She also manages a program where members and volunteers mentor and tutor elementary-aged children at a local community center that serves refugees transitioning to life in America.

With mental health being a stigma around the world, specifically in refugees and immigrant families, she believes that Safe Haven will ease the transition to the American life. She also believes that it will help student perform better in school overall, while working on solving unresolved trauma

www.safehavenspace.com

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