Christine Merser interviews Patrice Tanaka around all things joy… Finding joy, choosing joy, in this difficult time of COVID and political divisiveness. Christine finds her way to finding joy, something that has eluded her over the past few months. It’s a great conversation about choices, how the Danish find happiness and even some conversation around Harvard’s most popular class (how to be happy) versus Stanford’s most popular class on how to build an APP. Not to be missed.
Carol Rea from UPS Talks About Women Big Business
Christine Merser interviews Carol Rea, who works at UPS in Kansas City about her rise at UPS. Much laughter. Much reinforcement around working for a large company like UPS, and best of all, laugh about Carol “Browning Up” to deliver packages during the busy season at UPS.
Another woman’s story and insight.
Leaders & Followers; The Responsibility of Both
Christine Merser and Leslie Grossman talk all things ‘leadership,’ including how to determine what followers you want as well as what the follower responsibility is in this new era of so many leaders and so little time. Are all leaders good? Attributes of some of today’s leaders, and of course the leadership styles of Donald Trump & Joe Biden.
One of the Groundbreaking OBGYN’s on Abortions in the ’70s
Today, on #WhatSheSaid, the podcast of Her Circle News, our editor-in-chief, Christine Merser, interviews Dr. Thomas Kerenyi, the former head of the OB/GYN department at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. Dr. Kerenyi was one of the first doctors to perform abortions in New York City clinics in 1970, when New York State made abortion legal, before the United States Supreme Court’s 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade.
Public Speaking & Your Authentic Voice with Julie Zuraw Group
Christine Merser interviews Julie Zuraw about the candidate’s speeches in the past election and bringing your authentic voice to your public presentations.
“The issues you have in your life will be the issues you have in presenting.”
Trauma Based Education, A New Way of Learning
Maya Baker, principal of the Bayshore School in California’s Bay Area, speaks with our managing editor, Christine Merser, on groundbreaking educational methods in areas such as “warm demander” teaching, restorative practices in education, relationship-focused education, culturally relevant and responsive teaching practices, and working through trauma in the classroom.