84- Interview with Jeff Ward on how to win local elections Part I , Bad News for Stadia while Nick tries outfights Smash, TRANS-SPECIES DEER MAN GOT SHOT ?!
Politically Entertaining with Evolving Randomness (PEER) by EllusionEmpire
1. Primary Politics Timestamp: 10:25 I forgot to thank PodMatch for making this interview possible! If you wanna to join a growing podcast community that is growing please click https://podmatch.com/signup/peer Jeff Ward's Book: So You Want To Know How To Win A Local Election? 2. Mid Game Timestamp: 39:40 A. Stadia struggles will end horribly B. Nickelodeon is releasing a game that can be a potential competitor to Super Smash Bros. C. Mage Knight Random Review and Link 3. Weird Topic Finale Timestamp: 1:09:09 Trans Species Man who identifies as a deer get shot? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ellusion-empire/message
Q&A on the Netflix series Brand New Cherry Flavor with actor Jeff Ward. Moderated by Mara Webster, In Creative Company.A filmmaker heads to Hollywood in the early '90s to make her movie but tumbles down a hallucinatory rabbit hole of sex, magic, revenge, and kittens.
Jeff comes back on the show to talk with me about stand up comedy and discuss the fear and difficulty associated with comedy. Instagram: _nicodom_ Twitter: Reestablish_--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nic-odom/support
On this episode I talk with Jeff Ward about his passions, relationships, personal growth, and finances, as well as just catching up and having a great time! I hope you enjoy! Youtube: Nic Odom Instagram: @_nicodom_ Twitter: @reestablish_ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nic-odom/support
Mi'kmaq Perceptions, Protocols and Teachings with Jeff Ward
Leading from the Inside Out: The AST Leadership Learning Podcast
Jeff Ward has been referred to as a Mi’kmaq knowledge keeper and sharer. He is a leader in the White Eagle Sundance, a Lodge keeper, drum keeper and maker, and a conductor of ceremonies, talking circles and justice circles, with over 30 years of experience. Among many other roles on boards and working in community, Jeff is also General Manager of the Membertou Heritage Park, with vast experience and knowledge in the field of culture, management and administration. He is the former Director of Operations for Metepenagiag Mi’kmaq Nation. In this episode, Jeff speaks with us about his leadership philosophy and journey. On February 9, he will lead the session, Mi'kmaq Perceptions, Protocols and Teachings, as part of our Leading from the Inside Out series. You can learn more and register for the series here.
Pulford Community Living Services has been a Manitoba mainstay assisting people with developmental disabilities. Established in 1986, Pulford is a leader in this area and has helped countless people with developmental disabilities find housing, employment, self-improvement, and self-worth.My guests today are Scott Smith, Director of Program Development and Quality Assurance, and Jeff Ward, Social Media and Marketing Manager for Pulford Community Living Services.Pulford recently launched their own podcast, so Scott and Jeff are here to tell me about their work, their plans for the future, and how COVID has affected the day-to-day at Pulford.
Technically Legal: Professor Jeff Ward explores the relationship between law and tech
The Technically Human Podcast
It's our 21st episode of Technically Human, and we're celebrating by going legal! In the episode, I sit down with Professor Jeff Ward, the Associate Dean of Technology and Innovation and the Director of Duke’s Center on Law & Technology (DCLT), which coordinates Duke’s leadership at the intersection of law and technology with programs such as the Duke Law Tech Lab, a pre-accelerator for legal technology companies, and the Access Tech Tools initiative, a program to help students and Duke’s community partners to employ human-centered design thinking and available technologies to create tools to enhance access to legal services. Jeff and I talk about the relationship between ethics and the law, we talk about the role that legal practitioners play in tech, and Jeff explains how and why we need new legal frames to govern tech culture—and what we need to know as technologies emerge with the ability to govern legal structures. How can we design laws to protect us from some of the unintended and destructive consequences of technology? Could we one day have AI as our judges and juries? And how can we train the next generation of lawyers to engage with the ethics and justice in the tech sphere? This episode of Technically Human was produced by Matthew Perry