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This new podcast from the Community Development departments of the 12 Federal Reserve districts addresses important social issues like economic mobility, affordable housing, small business development and community reinvestment. Each episode showcases successful programs that help provide access to opportunity for low- and moderate-income individuals and families. Join us as we ask community members and organizations across the U.S. about the challenges they are facing and what solutions the ...
 
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Pacific Exchanges

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Pacific Exchanges

The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

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Pacific Exchanges is a podcast from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. The show features interviews with experts in economics and finance to explore emerging trends around the world such as new uses of financial technology and their impacts on financial health and inclusion. The views expressed are not necessarily those of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco or of the Federal Reserve System.
 
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Zip Code Economies

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Zip Code Economies

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

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With the backdrop of a world that seems increasingly divided, Zip Code Economies shares the stories of people navigating the unique economic situations in their communities. Hosted by Mary Daly and brought to you by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, these weekly stories highlight people who face issues we hear about every day, but like the rest of us, strive to make contributions, create opportunity, and move forward—together.
 
GSACEP represents emergency physicians who work in the federal government, including active duty military, National Guard, and military Reserves, as well as the Veteran’s Administration, Indian Health Service, and other federal agencies.This podcast series will feature selected lectures from the 2021 Government Services Symposium as well as conversations with leaders in military emergency medicine.Our mission is advancing emergency care for America’s heroes. In this podcast, we bring you lec ...
 
The real estate industry is in a constant state of evolution even during ordinary times. During these extraordinary times of financial uncertainty, the industry is changing faster than ever. This podcast series features experts discussing emerging trends and innovative strategies, and how they are adapting existing strategies to keep up with today's shifting landscape. These interviews aim to increase understanding of the industry.
 
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Twice Around

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Twice Around

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

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Have you ever wondered whether the American Dream is dead? What about the Economics of Adulting? And should you be optimizing for happiness or contentment? If you’ve ever thought about any of these issues, you’ll have to tune into Twice Around. Hosted by Mary Daly and Jody Hoff (colleagues, best friends, and mentors), each episode is a journey marked by myth-challenging, insights, and advice. Is the Rags-to-Riches trope a real thing? Listen to find out.
 
This account at podOmatic is not longer being updated! ALL episodes are posted on the OFFICIAL website of the Iconoclast Report at http://iconoclastreport.com - go there! ABOUT THE SHOW:Have you ever wondered more about the economy, the pharmaceutical - industrial complex, gmo foods and additives and those weird stripes in the sky? The Iconcolast Report delves deeply into these subjects and more, such as the military - industrial complex and high-tech weaponry, ELF and EMF effects, intellige ...
 
CKMS 102.7 FM- Democracy in Perspective is a weekly show which airs on Fridays 1-2pm on CKMS 102.7FM. The weekly show is hosted by Leonard Ro who has been programming since 1995 initially on CKWR 98.7, now CKWR 98.5FM, then on CSCR 90.5FM, now Fusion Radio in Scarborough, Ontario. The show captivates audiences by providing in-depth interviews and insight towards political issues that matter the most to Canadians with Pulitzer Prize winning guests and including notable politicians (Ex-U.S. Pr ...
 
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China 411

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China 411

Zheng Huang and Ken Wilcox

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Purpose: The United States and China are the largest and second largest economies in the world. President Obama calls the relationship the most important bilateral relationship of the 21st century. Yet the relationship is fraught with mistrust and miscalculation, with the potential for catastrophic conflict. Many scholars have written about the complex reasons behind the agreements and disagreements by taking a particular narrative. What they missed is that, on every single issue of importan ...
 
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COL (Ret) Missy Givens shares her surprising journey through the Army over her career, and insights into how to take advantages of opportunities to create a full and rewarding career in military emergency medicine. For access to the slides and to view the whole lecture, visit: https://pheedloop.com/GSS21/virtual/?page=sessions&section=SESYRISFRH6ES…
 
Col (Ret) Edward Fieg spent one of his multiple deployments as an embedded advisor to an Afghan hospital, focused on improving the nation's capability to care for patients. He shares his reflections on his time in Afghanistan and how the end of the Afghanistan war has affected him. Read more about his time in Kandahar at https://drive.google.com/fi…
 
This episode takes an in-depth look at the Alberta and Saskatchewan Separatism movement from the Perspective of Host Leonard Ro *Please Note that the views, opinions contained within this episode are not reflective of CKMS 102.7FM All Rights Reserved 2021Leonard Ro tarafından oluşturuldu
 
The episode speaks about indigenous rights and vaccination program for remote communities. The episode also discusses rights of independent media and radio outlets. The episode also allows listeners to leave a 20-30 second message which is played on air via: CKMS 102.7 FM Every Friday 1-2pm. Host of Democracy in Perspective's Leonard Ro provides a …
 
The episode discusses U.S. 2024 Elections. The episode also allows listeners to leave a 20-30 second message which is played on air via: CKMS 102.7 FM Every Friday 1-2pm. Host of Democracy in Perspective's Leonard Ro provides a glimpse on future episodes prior to speaking briefly about the shows goals for the up-coming year. The show is one of the …
 
This episode discusses the Canadian Military Sexual Misconduct/ Harassment scandals which resulted in the Minister of Defense stepping down and the new Minister of Defense Anita Anand coming into power. The episode also allows listeners to leave a 20-30 second message which is played on air via: CKMS 102.7 FM Every Friday 1-2pm. Host of Democracy i…
 
Col(s) Kristen Silvia is a board certified Emergency Medicine Physician, Flight Surgeon and currently Chief of Bioastronautics at Detachment 3, Human Space Flight Support Office, Patrick Space Force Base, Florida. She leads the DoD’s contingency medical operations for NASA and U.S. Space Command in support of U.S. crewed space flight programs. She …
 
This episode takes a look at the Government of Canada's COVID-19 Relief Program and provides an up-date to those programs that are available to Canadians. The episode also allows listeners to leave a 20-30 second message which is played on air via: CKMS 102.7 FM Every Friday 1-2pm. Host of Democracy in Perspective's Leonard Ro provides a glimpse on…
 
LtCol Joseph Maddry is an Air Force emergency physician and toxicologist. Here he shares the unique aspects of deployment toxicology. For access to the slides and to view the whole lecture, visit: https://pheedloop.com/GSS21/virtual/?page=sessions&section=SESMFXGA02OWN0GYV This lecture qualifies for 1.0 Category I Continuing Education Credits. How …
 
Welcome to our first episode of the GSACEP Career Corner! We will highlight an individual's career path, with tips on how to succeed in varied military/federal assignments! Lieutenant Commander Stuart earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he commissioned through the Navy ROTC program. He…
 
We’re excited to share a special episode in partnership with our colleagues in the San Francisco Fed’s Community Development group. Our teams recently collaborated on a special issue of the Community Development Innovation Review in partnership with the Aspen Institute’s Financial Security program, which examined the potential ways financial techno…
 
Are you curious about the recent buzz phrase, "Knowledge, Skills and Abilities" and maintenance of skills? Wonder about the requirements being developed to keep us ready to give care in a deployment environment? Would you like to be able to speak to your leadership and a possible employer regarding your skill sets? How do you defend that some of th…
 
Dr. Steve Sample and Dr. Torree McGowan reflect on the differences in their deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, drawing on their shared experience as emergency medicine residents at SAUSHEC and their overlap in Balad. Dr. Stephen Sample, MD graduated from University of Louisville Medical School 2005, and completed his emergency medicine residency …
 
Dr. Regan Lyon and CPT Brian Thebaud share perspectives from their roles on embedded medical teams in some of the furthest forward medical care in current combat operations. Major Regan F. Lyon is an emergency medicine physician and Defense Analysis graduate student at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA. Prior to starting graduate school…
 
Feeling unprepared for your first leadership position in your organization? Dr. McGowan will offer high yield tips from her experience as a medical director and military commander to set you up for success in your new job. She will explore a simple leadership model for use with peers and subordinates, offer strategies for successful meetings, and p…
 
Dr. Andrea Austin interviews Dr. Maximillian Lee on the impacts of the current events in Afghanistan on the physicians who served in that theater of war. Col (ret) Lee is the former Air Force Special Operations Command, Chief of Aerospace Medicine and an influential leader in the development of our current physician forward operating stance. He dep…
 
Did you know medical errors are the 3rd leading cause of death- just behind heart disease and cancer? Learn the secret sauce behind creating a safer environment for your patients and your practice in this 30 min seminar from COL Bonnie Hartstein, Army Consultant and AMEDD Quality and Safety Director. For access to the slides and to view the whole l…
 
Al Giwa is a former attorney who entered medicine to become a bioethics professor; in the process he has started and led several successful ventures spanning the healthcare and legal consulting world to entertainment companies and healthcare startups. He studied philosophy as an undergrad at Clark University, Law at the University of Ilorin, and at…
 
In the final episode of Financial Inclusion & Beyond, your series hosts take a look back at key themes and takeaways from our conversations. Some of the key takeaways we review include: The events of the pandemic left us all humbler at the scope of the challenge we face here in the United States to deliver full financial access to all citizens and …
 
Our Pacific Exchanges team recently hosted a special Financial Inclusion and Beyond live virtual event that explored lessons from around the world in the use of technology and public policy to build more inclusive financial systems and drive financial health. The event was moderated by Sean Creehan, the team's lead for financial health and inclusio…
 
In episode nine of Financial Inclusion & Beyond, we spoke with Grovetta Gardineer, the Senior Deputy Comptroller for Bank Supervision Policy at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. As a veteran bank regulator with more than three decades of experience in banking supervision, policy and regulation, Grovetta is a well-known leader and exper…
 
In episode eight of Financial Inclusion & Beyond, we spoke with Tracy Basinger, the recently retired head of supervision here at the San Francisco Fed. Tracy has spent her career focused on the impact of financial services on everyday citizens. From leading consumer protection here at the San Francisco Fed to overseeing a nationwide team considerin…
 
In episode seven of Financial Inclusion & Beyond, we spoke with Matt Homer, Deputy Commissioner of the Research and Innovation division of the New York State Department of Financial Services. Matt is an expert on the use of data and technology for social good. He has previously held positions in the U.S. government and financial technology sectors …
 
In episode six of Financial Inclusion & Beyond, we spoke with Chris Calabia, the Senior Advisor for Supervisory and Regulatory Policy, Financial Services for the Poor at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Chris leads the Foundation’s global efforts to promote a regulatory framework that enables digital financial innovation. Previously he was a Se…
 
In episode five of Financial Inclusion & Beyond, we spoke with Ting Jiang, a behavioral economist who researches and designs products for behavioral change. At the time of this recording, which took place prior to the pandemic, Ting was associated with Duke University's Center for Advanced Hindsight. We sat down to discuss the way behavioral scient…
 
In episode four of our series Financial Inclusion & Beyond, we spoke with José Quiñonez, the founding chief executive officer of Mission Asset Fund (MAF) and a visiting professor at UC Berkeley, Department of City and Regional Planning. MAF uses innovative national models for integrating financially excluded, low-income communities into the mainstr…
 
In episode three of Financial Inclusion & Beyond, we spoke with Arjuna Costa, managing partner of Flourish Ventures, a leading social impact fund focused on financial health. Arjuna invests in entrepreneurs around the world to catalyze innovations that help people achieve financial health. We sat down to discuss the way entrepreneurs are harnessing…
 
In episode two of our series Financial Inclusion & Beyond, we spoke with Greta Bull, the chief executive officer of CGAP (the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor) and a director at the World Bank. Greta is an expert in development finance, primarily focused on small and medium enterprise finance, microfinance, and digital financial services. We s…
 
We’re excited to launch our latest season, Financial Inclusion & Beyond, an exploration of what we can learn from efforts around the world to improve financial inclusion, health, and wellbeing. This is a topic we’ve explored in previous episodes on fintech, and we're eager to ground global insights in the context of our modern challenges amid the C…
 
We’re excited to share a sneak preview of our upcoming series, Financial Inclusion & Beyond, where we’ll be exploring lessons from around the world on how a combination of public policy and technology can create a more inclusive financial system and promote financial health and wellbeing for everyone. We started recording this before the pandemic, …
 
As we wrap up Zip Code Economies 1.5, we want to know how young people are faring. So we reconnect with Nefiso and Najmo Abdi, twin sisters we met as high schoolers from San Diego’s tight-knit Somali community. Now in college and navigating the intersection of COVID-19 and the Black Lives Matter protests, they recognize you can’t put a timeline on …
 
We reconnect with Mr. Sanchez, the 10th grade English teacher at Firebaugh High School, who is the definition of an essential worker in the pandemic. Racial and economic inequities have always existed in Firebaugh, and recent events have only magnified this reality. As lack of internet access threatens to cut students off from his class, Mr. Sanche…
 
If the intergenerational transmission of hope is a journey, Lahela Williams is an ideal guide. A Native Hawaiian, she discusses the effects of COVID-19 and the Black Lives Matter movement in Honolulu, while drawing parallels with the fight to protect the sacred mountain, Mauna Kea. Through it all, we learn that from great chaos comes great change, …
 
In our continued search for answers, we check in with Will Unga, a Pacific Islander raising his young kids in the predominately white, religious community of Salt Lake City. He walks us through his experiences, reminding us of our obligation to continually cultivate hope for the sake of both past and future generations.…
 
In the first episode of Zip Code Economies 1.5, we reconnect with someone who understands how to nurture hope in others, even during the most difficult times. Pastor Paul Bains is a tireless advocate in East Palo Alto, especially on issues of justice and equality. Like tulips, we learn that hope can be buried for a time, but returns with patience, …
 
Why do you still hope? That's the question we found ourselves asking in the middle of 2020 as the pandemic spread and our country reckoned with social injustice. To answer it, SF Fed CEO Mary Daly returns to some of the most memorable voices from Season 1—the ambassadors of hope who inspire us with their resilience in the face of adversity. The res…
 
In this episode of our series Rethinking Asia, we spoke with Chad Bown, Reginald Jones Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. Chad is an expert on trade, having worked on the issue at the World Bank, the White House Council of Economic Advisors, and the World Trade Organization. We sat down to discuss the recent trade …
 
How can you change the narrative when the odds are stacked against you? We wrap up this season of Zip Code Economies back in San Diego, with a look at how education is creating new opportunities for not just students, but entire families. As a new generation moves forward as contributors in society, they’re determined to not forget where they came …
 
On our last stop this season, we land in San Diego facing a chicken or egg dilemma: Do communities create economies? Or is it the other way around? To help us solve that puzzle, we talk to the manager of a nonprofit, a hotel CEO, a Colonel in the Marines, and a Spanish teacher—people who might not seem to have much in common, but who have found a s…
 
When you ask residents what makes Hawaii such a special place to live, one word comes up over and over again: “ohana.” But what is “ohana”? In this episode of Zip Code Economies, we return to Honolulu to find out. Join us as we walk away with not just one definition of ohana, but many—all of which we hope to carry back to the mainland. Interviewees…
 
Many people think of Hawaii as a vacation destination. But what about the people who call it home? In this episode of Zip Code Economies, we travel to Honolulu to uncover “hidden” Hawaii. Through the stories of a blind shopkeeper, Filipino immigrants transitioning jobs, and a native Hawaiian working to build financial resilience, we encounter a com…
 
This mix I decided to do because I was up all night and I got a lot of positive feed back on # 164 so I said what the heck I will do # 165 and this has some new and old house but to some of you it may be new but anyway I hope you enjoy I know I did because I normally mix for an hour and I went lil over...lol!!!!!MUSIC DISCLAIMER: This Music is made…
 
I haven't done a mix for a while and things have been busy for 2019. So I figured it was about time to put another out so I hope you enjoy it!!MUSIC DISCLAIMER: This Music is made for entertainment purposes only and you can download these song on any authorized website such as Traxsource, Beatport, iTunes and Amazon.com, etc. No copyright infringem…
 
How do you love yourself and your community when it feels like the whole world is against you? In this episode of Zip Code Economies, we head back to East Palo Alto and talk with a charter school principal, an “old-school” police chief, and a pastor who runs a homeless shelter where billionaires take out the trash. Through these conversations, we w…
 
In this episode of our series Rethinking Asia, we sat down with Nick Lardy, senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. Nick is one of the world's most prominent analysts of China's economic development and the role of its private sector in generating growth. We sat down to discuss Nick’s new book, The State Strikes Back: T…
 
East Palo Alto, California, is a 2.64 square mile community surrounded by tech giants and staggering wealth, where residents must weigh being welcoming to newcomers today with the real possibility their own families may be displaced tomorrow. In this episode of Zip Code Economies, we meet individuals bridging this tension through entrepreneurship, …
 
We continue to chisel away at preconceptions through conversations with five women in Salt Lake City— all of them part of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In this episode of Zip Code Economies, we take a closer look at their individual paths to the labor force, which all reflect a broader narrative of more women than ever before cho…
 
What makes a neighbor? In this episode of Zip Code Economies, we head to Salt Lake City, where we grapple with matters of values, faith, and inclusion— while confronting some of our own biases. In the search for clarity, we talk to an array of residents, from a demographic researcher at the University of Utah to a Brigham Young University student i…
 
At first glance, Firebaugh doesn’t seem to have much going for it as a small, agricultural community in the fifth poorest region in America. Yet somehow 97% of students in this primarily immigrant town graduate high school and 77% head to college. In the inaugural episode of Zip Code Economies, we discover the recipe for this success at Firebaugh H…
 
Can a physical place be a source of comfort? Can it be a light in the midst of darkness? We explore these questions and more in this episode of Zip Code Economies, as we return to the community of Firebaugh. From the Firebaugh Police Department, which serves as a type of community hub, to the campus of West Hills Community College operating in a fo…
 
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