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Terri Ann Fox | River Run Ferments

Go Gather Wild

On this episode we talk to Terri Ann Fox of River Run Ferments about fermentation, making sauerkraut, making sourdough, koji, miso and fermenting with kids. Terri Ann is the founder River Run, a fermentary and wood fired micro Bakehouse located on our family homestead in Glencree Co. Wicklow. They specialise in sourdough breads, koji based ferments, seasonal vegetable ferments of all kinds, and plant based cheeses.


19 Apr 2021

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Bonus: Ann Fox's Hairy Cabinet

The Vagina Museum

In 1846, a London clerk named Nathanial Bryceson got a glimpse of the hairs on his lover’s vulva and wrote about it in his diary. One year of that diary has survived, offering us an intimate and uncensored look at one Victorian’s private musings about his muse’s privates. In this bonus episode, Nathanial’s 3x great-grandson, history researcher Steven Saxby joins us to share some relevant entries from the diary. Steven blogs about the diary at nathanielbryceson.wordpress.com and on Twitter @BrycesonNat. Transcript: tinyurl.com/vm-annfox


29 Apr 2020

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Episode #5 : Ann Fox, President, Chief Executive Officer - Nine Energy Service

Oilfield 360 Podcast

Harvard. General Petraeus. Public Company CEO.  Motherhood. This episode of the Oilfield 360 Podcast has it all.  Destined to be a leader her entire life, Ann Fox shares some incredibly personal and powerful stories about her life, her career and what it takes to be a leader.  Our hosts sit down with one of their most impressive guests to date. We hope you enjoy it! www.nineenergyservice.com www.oilfield360.com www.worldoil.com The Oilfield 360 Podcast is the premier Oil and Gas podcast. We provide our listeners and subscribers with unique insight into the leadership of this great industry. We will be talking to industry leaders, disrupters and thought leaders who will share their background, knowledge, lessons learned and other tips and tidbits to our audience. Whether the topic is onshore or offshore,  Upstream Exploration and Production or Upstream Drilling, Completion and Production Services; Equipment Manufacturing; Midstream or Downstream; Energy-focused Private Equity; People/Human Resources Issues; Risk Management & Safety Issues; the Environment or Regulatory Issues, we have this industry covered – 360 degrees. 


10 Feb 2020

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How to Shine in a Male-Dominated Industry with Ann Fox- CEO NINE ENERGY SERVICE - FTB011


In this episode, we talk with Ann Fox, CEO of Nine Energy Service, who led her company through an IPO in 2018. Ann is one of the most influential woman in oil and gas right now and we get into her childhood — how she was raised, to how she got to where she is today.From investment banking to an officer in the Marines, and now a CEO of a public oil and gas company, what hasn't she done? She has learned so many lessons along the way and is here to share some insight with us.Where to find us:Join Our Private Facebook Group: FLIPPING THE BARREL-GROUP https://www.facebook.com/groups/2739353443013858/ Follow us on Instagram @Flippingthebarrel instagram.com/flippingthebarrelConnect with Massiel Diez: Instagram instagram.com/maisefitlife | LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/massiel-diez-b0942a60/Connect with Jamie Elrod: Instagram instagram.com/jmeelrod | LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamie-elrod-kaleh-46829136/

4 Nov 2019

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Elizabeth Hewitt and Ann Fox

Graphic Medicine Podcast

In this week’s podcast, Elizabeth Hewitt from the Ohio State University presents “Incurable Time: The Graphic Temporalities of Autoimmune Disease.” Her talk was recorded at our 2015 Riverside Comics & Medicine conference. Also, I talk with Ann Fox of Davidson College about what she’s reading, as well as her new Graphic Medicine course. Keep your eyes on your screens as images will accompany the episode. Support for this podcast comes from Penn State College of Medicine, Department of Humanities, the nation’s oldest Humanities Department within a medical school, pioneers of innovations in medical education since 1967. To learn more about Penn State College of Medicine Department of Humanities, go to www2.med.psu.edu/humanities. Download episode.

24 Mar 2016