Edward Edwards was a con man turned prolific serial killer. When justice finally knocked on his door, it came from someone he least expected it from. Could he be responsible for some of the most high profile cases in American history? Coni takes you through his life and subsequent arrest.
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D'Wayne Edwards on Design Loving Work and Reimagining Education
Water the Bamboo: Unleashing Your Potential
Since he was a child, D’Wayne Edwards has had an incredible gift to draw what he sees. At age 17, he won a Reebok design competition, beating out professionals and college students nationwide. Since then, D’Wayne has built an incredible career and reputation as an elite designer and creative. In this episode, you’ll hear D’Wayne’s Water the Bamboo story about how he built his career and eventually launched his own design school during a sabbatical at Nike. Episode Highlights: 00:45 - How growing up in Inglewood, California shaped D’Wayne 02:31 - How one TV Guide magazine inspired his design career 07:46 - What happened when he entered into a design contest and won 09:29 - How to respond to “negaholics” and people who discourage 11:43 - The role his brothers played in his growth 18:21 - How loving your work is a “gift and a curse” 22:55 - What the design process is like 27:10 - How vision plays a role in creativity and design 31:24 - Letting things come to you 33:06 - Aha moment in the design community 37:02 - Advice to D’Wayne’s younger self 42:51 - What D’Wayne is most proud of after launching Pensole 45:55 - Who inspires D’Wyane 50:45 - How one sabbatical from Nike turned into a design school Order the Water the Bamboo Book at https://amzn.to/3mPxcZu Order the What's Going Well? Book at https://amzn.to/3rBePLy Guest at a Glance Dr. D’Wyane Edwards is a veteran shoe designer, and one of six designers ever to design an Air Jordan (21 and 22) in its 1st 23-year history. Edwards is also the founder of Pensole Footwear Design Academy. Learn more about D’Wayne Edwards Learn more about Greg Bell More than just a motivational speaker, Greg Bell is a Portland, Oregon based thought leader, business consultant, and leadership coach. His popular books, What’s Going Well? and Water The Bamboo: Unleashing The Potential Of Teams And Individuals, have inspired an array of organizations, from Fortune 500 companies like Nike, Disney, and Comcast, to the Portland Trail Blazers and Division I NCAA athletic teams like the Oregon Ducks Football and the Gonzaga Bulldogs Basketball. Visit Greg’s website. Connect with Greg LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
42 D’Wayne Edwards on building a pipeline for diversity in sneaker design
Change Lab: Conversations on Transformation and Creativity
D’Wayne has a lot in common with Michael Jordan, his former boss. His appetite for excellence has propelled him to superlative success. D’Wayne turned his childhood passion for drawing sneakers into a high-flying design career, moving from L.A. Gear to Sketchers and then eventually landing his dream job at Nike’s Jordan Brand. D’Wayne’s designs have, in total, earned over $1.5 billion.But D’Wayne was determined to leave a mark on the footwear design world that couldn’t be measured in dollars. As one of very few Black leaders in his business, he saw an opportunity to create a pipeline for diverse designers.D’Wayne quit his job at Nike to launch Pensole Footwear Design Academy in order to build career pathways that didn’t exist when he was coming of age. Pensole is now an established force in footwear design education, providing a host of immersive programs in partnership with ArtCenter and other institutions. The results speak for themselves: Pensole had a hand in training over 500 footwear designers working today.In this debut episode of Change Lab’s new season investigating the future of education, D’Wayne reflects on the importance of mentorship, hard work, and hands-on learning in creating a more diverse and sustainable design education model. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We talk about the victims of serial killer Edward Wayne Edwards and his life. PayPal.me/Duhweeklypodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/Duhweeklypodcast/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/Duhweeklypodcast/support
Sweetheart Murders: Edward Wayne Edwards: Sullivan, WI
Down Murder Lane
SourcesWikipedia: Edward Edwardshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Edwards_(serial_killer)"Unknown" Serial Killer Edward Wayne Edwards: Horrific Truths, Shocking Allegationshttps://www.investigationdiscovery.com/crimefeed/serial-killer/edward-edwards-the-unknown-serial-killer-who-may-have-committed-the-best-known-unsolved-murdersEdward Wayne Edwardshttps://murderpedia.org/male.E/e/edwards-edward.htmWoman Recalls Growing Up With Serial Killer Dad on New Crime Podcast 'The Clearing'https://people.com/crime/podcast-clearing-woman-serial-killer-dad/Concord HouseW985 Concord Center Dr. Sullivan, WI 53178www.theconcordhouse.org--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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#144 African American Footwear Series: Diversity Download with D'Wayne Edwards of PENSOLE Part 2
In the second installment of Shoe-In Show's African American Footwear Series, footwear designer extraordinaire and PENSOLE Footwear Design Academy founder D'Wayne Edwards is back to continue exploring effective ways to drive diversity throughout the footwear industry. Jasmine jumps in for her Fashion Footwear in Focus segment to explore the influences of stylist and designer Ade Samuel and her meteoric rise.