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Marcia Morgan

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Pamela R Haynes interviews self-published author Dr Marcia Morgan

The Author 2 Author Podcast

Dr Marcia Morgan is a British Caribbean woman. She is married with children and works for Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service and is a senior lecturer at the University of East London. Marcia volunteers as a Race Ambassador and Social Mobility Ambassador for the Ministry of Justice, advocating for the application of an intersectional approach to staff data analysis. She is also a level 7 qualified Executive Coach and Mentor. In her spare time, she enjoys cross country running and reading contemporary multicultural romance novels.

49mins

12 Jun 2022

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My interview with Marcia Morgan

Threads of Enlightenment

I interviewed Marcia Morgan. Marcia has written over fifty business plans and helped entrepreneurs strategize on how to differentiate their companies in changing environments. After helping other entrepreneurs start their companies, she decided to found her own business consulting practice, Performance Architect, in 2012 and co-founded Positive Business DC that same year. Marcia suffered a major stroke in 2014. She applied those skills in planning and strategy as she strived to become whole. She never gave up. Over time she learned to walk again, but Marcia struggled with aphasia, a language disorder. She joined Toastmasters International® hoping to regain her speaking abilities. It helped some, but in August 2017 she discovered a technological breakthrough that minimized her speaking disability. She then pushed beyond her comfort zone to become a Toastmasters International Club Officer in 2017, then Area Director in 2019.  Marcia created Stroke FORWARD because she felt there is a need to share hope with stroke survivors and their caretakers. Learning to become her own health advocate one step at a time and exploring holistic methods for healing are keys to her recovery. Marcia speaks and shares her message of hope, inspiration, healing, and a way forward as she goes across the country. She welcomes new opportunities to help individuals affected by major health crises move forward. Marcia holds a B.S. in Political Science with a magna cum laude from the University of North Dakota and a Master’s in Business Administration, from Chapman University, in California. Marcia attended school in Sandefjord, Norway to study art. She also earned a certificate in Well-being Foundations of Personal Transformation from the Personal Transformation and Courage Institute in Virginia. Marcia became a certified Health and Life Coach from Health Coach Institute in 2021.I encourage everyone to follow her and be transformed through her insights.Everyone has a story, and this is her story.Below are the sites that house her work.http://www.StrokeForward.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/marciamoranhttps://www.facebook.com/StrokeForwardhttps://twitter.com/Stroke_ForwardVisit our Threads of Enlightenment store:https://threads-of-enlightenment.myshopify.com/We shop worldwide to find some of the highest-quality and some limited hard-to-find products online for you. We work closely with many suppliers to get the lowest prices. Enjoy our store!!!!!!.

47mins

27 Apr 2022

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Having your voice heard with Dr Marcia Morgan

Superstar Communicator podcast

As a tribute to Black History Month I am delighted to interview Dr Morgan. Dr Marcia Morgan is the author of  "The Silenced Voice: there is purpose in pain". She shares her perspective on how the minority of people within a group: whether this is at work or the community risk being ignored. This is a powerful, insightful interview and I guarantee you will be challenged to look at others in a different way. Her book is available here.

32mins

27 Oct 2020

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Spring Break: Reclaiming Your Dreams with Dr. Marcia Morgan

She Knows the Way

In this week’s spring break episode, we’re revisiting one of our favorite conversations from 2018 – with Dr. Marcia Morgan, author of a book called GO! How to Get Going and Achieve your Goals and Dreams at Any Age. Dr. Morgan has a unique perspective on goal-setting, one that combines the best of techniques like mindfulness, visualization, and tenacious planning. Borrowing from the worlds of sports, business, and personal development – and from cultures all over the world – Dr. Morgan is especially interested in helping women reclaim dreams they may have pushed aside over the years. Share your thoughts in our 5-minute listener survey at laradalch.com/podcastsurvey. (Respond BY APRIL 30 to be entered in a drawing for signed copies of a books written by our guests!) Let’s keep in touch! Join our mailing list. And follow Lara on Instagram @laradalch.

31mins

14 Apr 2020

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Interview with Dr. Marcia Morgan

The Sociology Show

In this episode, Matthew interviews Dr.Marcia Morgan who is best known for her book; Black Women Prison Employees, The Intersectionality of Gender and Race

37mins

9 Apr 2020

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673: 3 Most Common Barriers Between You and Your Goals with Author and Migima CEO Marcia Morgan

Support is Sexy with Elayne Fluker | Interviews with 500+ Women Entrepreneurs

Dr. Marcia Morgan is a Criminologist and CEO of Migima -- a woman-run, international criminal justice research, training and consulting firm founded in 1980. Migima specializes in gender and sexual violence issues and dedicated to giving women a voice. Migima has written more than 20 national "gender-responsive" training curricula for staff in prisons and jails on how to support incarcerated women and girls in detention, and they were the original developers of the anatomical dolls used worldwide in 40 countries in interviews with child sexual abuse victims. On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Marcia -- who is author of the book, GO! How to Get Going and Achieve your Goals and Dreams at Any Age --- shares the three most common barriers that women face when it comes to their goals and how you can overcome them, how to get over "dream drain," and how to determine if you're a "waiter" or a creator? Learn more at supportissexy.com! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

54mins

23 Jul 2019

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Marcia Morgan, "Black Women Prison Employees: The Intersectionality of Gender and Race" (Edwin Mellen Press, 2018)

New Books in Gender

With prison reform a topic of international conversation and debate, Marica Morgan’s Black Women Prison Employees: The Intersectionality of Gender and Race  offers an in-depth and unique analysis of a population largely lost in these debates and discussions: black women. By centering their experiences, Morgan offers and intersectional and psychodynamic examination of the prison worker and the organizational nature of the prison. This book offers added insight into not only the prison system as a place of employment, but also for any white-male-dominated organization. Taking the reader through the experiences of black women prison employees, Morgan highlights the importance of intersectional qualitative methodology when investigating institutional or organizational culture. Black Women Prison Employees is a necessary and timely read for policymakers and researchers interested in organizational structures and culture. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

49mins

23 Jan 2019

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Marcia Morgan, "Black Women Prison Employees: The Intersectionality of Gender and Race" (Edwin Mellen Press, 2018)

New Books in Anthropology

With prison reform a topic of international conversation and debate, Marica Morgan’s Black Women Prison Employees: The Intersectionality of Gender and Race  offers an in-depth and unique analysis of a population largely lost in these debates and discussions: black women. By centering their experiences, Morgan offers and intersectional and psychodynamic examination of the prison worker and the organizational nature of the prison. This book offers added insight into not only the prison system as a place of employment, but also for any white-male-dominated organization. Taking the reader through the experiences of black women prison employees, Morgan highlights the importance of intersectional qualitative methodology when investigating institutional or organizational culture. Black Women Prison Employees is a necessary and timely read for policymakers and researchers interested in organizational structures and culture. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

49mins

23 Jan 2019

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Marcia Morgan, "Black Women Prison Employees: The Intersectionality of Gender and Race" (Edwin Mellen Press, 2018)

New Books in Sociology

With prison reform a topic of international conversation and debate, Marica Morgan’s Black Women Prison Employees: The Intersectionality of Gender and Race  offers an in-depth and unique analysis of a population largely lost in these debates and discussions: black women. By centering their experiences, Morgan offers and intersectional and psychodynamic examination of the prison worker and the organizational nature of the prison. This book offers added insight into not only the prison system as a place of employment, but also for any white-male-dominated organization. Taking the reader through the experiences of black women prison employees, Morgan highlights the importance of intersectional qualitative methodology when investigating institutional or organizational culture. Black Women Prison Employees is a necessary and timely read for policymakers and researchers interested in organizational structures and culture. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

49mins

23 Jan 2019

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Marcia Morgan, "Black Women Prison Employees: The Intersectionality of Gender and Race" (Edwin Mellen Press, 2018)

New Books in British Studies

With prison reform a topic of international conversation and debate, Marica Morgan’s Black Women Prison Employees: The Intersectionality of Gender and Race  offers an in-depth and unique analysis of a population largely lost in these debates and discussions: black women. By centering their experiences, Morgan offers and intersectional and psychodynamic examination of the prison worker and the organizational nature of the prison. This book offers added insight into not only the prison system as a place of employment, but also for any white-male-dominated organization. Taking the reader through the experiences of black women prison employees, Morgan highlights the importance of intersectional qualitative methodology when investigating institutional or organizational culture. Black Women Prison Employees is a necessary and timely read for policymakers and researchers interested in organizational structures and culture. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/british-studies

49mins

23 Jan 2019

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