Jennifer Wood is a Professor of Criminal Justice at Temple University, and a criminologist with expertise in policing, regulation and public health. Our discussion covers the role law enforcement plays in the policing of mental health, addition and vulnerability, and the need to provide police with better structures, tools and options to help address these challenges. The detrimental impacts on officer health are also raised.
Dirtbags was founded in 2017 by Jennifer Wood in Kendal, the Lake District. Dirtbags is a climbing accessories company who up-cycle (not re-cycle) old climbing gear such as ropes, coats, bags, hats, buckles - you name it Jen has a use for any waste product which would more than likely end up in land fill. We chat about how recycling is really not the answer, waste within the climbing industry, current and new projects and how Covid has impacted climbing and bouldering.
Jennifer Wood is Director of the Rhode Island Center for Justice in Providence, and co-counsel for a group of students who unsuccessfully charged the state did not provide them with an adequate civic education. #WPRO She said the judge cleared away some issues raised by the state, paving the way for an appeal. centerforjustice.orgSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 8: How to Successfully Migrate to Australia in 2020 (for Aussies and Non-Aussies) - Jennifer Wood
The Global Aussie Citizen Podcast
Here's an episode for all of you who have been asking me about migrating to Australia.I tell you what! During COVID Australia is looking like a real good place to live when you look at what is going on around the world.I am in Hong Kong but my wife and kids are living in Perth right now and I am thankful they are because life is pretty normal in Perth. Playing sports, going to the beach and walking around without any face masks! In my mind I'm just glad they are safe.I have seriously been looking for a professional and well-versed Australian migration expert for years...and one that doesn't gouge clients over fees. Finally after a referral from a client I found Jennifer Wood.Jen (we Aussies shorten everything) is a migration agent living and working in Queensland and she is owner/operator of AusVisa Link Migration Advisory. Read her bio in the hyperlinks here but also listen to this podcast and you will see her years of working in the Department of Immigration and Border Protection in Australia as well as her years of experience in the Middle East have given her great insight into the class and sub-classes everyone must navigate if they want to move to Australia to work or call it home.So for all Aussies with a non-Australian spouse/partner who are thinking of moving to Australia...or for all wannabe Aussies (Kiwi's too!)...check this out!
[EP 69] Equestrian Business Management with Jennifer Wood
The Equestrian Podcast
Jennifer Wood is the beauty and brains behind The Equestrian Business Women Summit, Jennifer Wood Media, and Jump Media LLC. Jennifer began her lifelong love for the equestrian sport after competing in the hunter/jumper discipline at the age of seven, and later combined her skills in the business world with her love for horses. Jennifer is known for promoting some of the best equestrian events and companies in North America. By creating resources that strengthen the sport's networking capabilities, Jennifer’s companies support many professionals and businesswomen in various areas of the industry. Listen in, to hear her story!
Hello Friends, Welcome back to another episode of the D.W.E.L.L. Podcast. We are so thankful and grateful that you have joined us today! On today's Real Talk episode we welcome our special guest, Jennifer Wood, to the conversation. Jennifer graduated from East Texas Baptist University in May 2000 with a BA in Psychology. In the fall of 2000, she moved to Monroe, LA to attend The University of Louisiana at Monroe. In 2002, she graduated with a MA in Marriage and Family Therapy. After college, Jennifer worked with the Texas Youth Commission and with Adult, Child, and Family Counseling. In June 2006, she became a Licensed Professional Counselor, and since that time, she has worked in various settings to provide counseling to adult, families, and children for, but not limited to, marriage and family issues, play and art therapy, eating disorders, grief and bereavement, anxiety, depression, and spiritual issues. Jennifer feels a true heart calling from the Lord to work with those who are hurting and in need. She believes that we are created to fellowship with the Lord, and the only way to experience a life of joy is through a personal and growing relationship with God through Jesus Christ. Jennifer and her husband have been married for almost 18 years. They have 2 sons and live in Tyler, Texas. If you are looking for a safe place to experience Christian counseling as well as whole health therapeutic services The Bridge is a great place to begin. You can meet their team as well as see a list of all of the services they provide at www.thebridgetherapy.com. As always we invite you to connect with the D.W.E.L.L. team through: Facebook: @DWELLMINISTRY1 Instrgram : @d_w_e_l_l_ Our Website: www.dwellministry.com We love you and will see you next time! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dwelldaily/message
Labor Vision: Jennifer Wood from the Center for Justice and Big Brother/Big Sister Event
At the RI AFL-CIO convention, Jennifer Wood, executive director of the Center for Justice outlined her organization's mission to provide legal services for those most in need. And in the second half of the show, highlights from the annual Big Brother/Big Sister Halloween Hike in Roger Williams Park this year brought to us by the RI Building Trades Council.
In the last 15 years, the way we drink coffee has gone through a revolution: from an instant brew in polystyrene cups to beans with known provenance, carefully selected and lovingly roasted. Could tea soon follow in coffee’s footsteps? Yes, if this week’s guest, Jennifer Wood, founder of Canton Tea, has anything to do with it. To build her business, Jennifer has travelled to remote mountainous regions like the ‘wild, wild Yunnan’, where tea bushes live to a thousand years and grow 40 feet high. The tea producers and masters she works with take the ritual of growing, harvesting and ageing the tea as seriously as leading vineyard owners do their prize wines. When you hear how much hard work and knowledge goes into each cup of Canton’s artisanal tea – whether it’s black, green, oolong or the mind-blowing pu’erh – you’ll understand why Jennifer thinks that even the most basic cuppa is worth much, much more than 2p a bag. Her enthusiasm is so infectious, you’ll also want a ‘Cantonista’, championing quality, loose leaf tea, in your neck of the woods. Bring on the tea revolution!
Plaidcast #107 Hard Work and Gender Equity with Michael Tokaruk, Jennifer Wood
Everyone wants to know how the secret to success in the horse business. But is there one? Michael Tokaruk tells us how he's become a well-respected young professional and how he approaches buying and selling horses. Then we catch up with Jennifer Wood of the Equestrian Businesswomen's Summit to talk about gender equity in the horse world and how the Summit will make a difference to women building careers in the industry. This episode is hosted by Piper Klemm and Sissy Wickes. Listen in!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=87421)
42: Inside the Barn of Chapel Hill with Kara Brewer and Jennifer Wood
Weddings for Real
The Barn of Chapel Hill on Wild Flora Farm is one of the hottest new venues in the Triangle area of North Carolina, opening up in 2017. Kara Brewer, the owner, and Jennifer Wood, the creative director opened up to Megan about how it hasn't been the easiest process to start weddings up at the Barn. In fact, there was (and still is) a very active protest group, and the media once portrayed the new venue as "The Party Barn". Kara and Jennifer tell us all about that saga, plus how they run the business together, and what's next to the barn. If you've ever wondered what it's like to start a new venue when there's opposition, you won't want to miss this one! The Barn of Chapel Hill (image by Bow Tie Collaborative) The Barn before they moved it from upstate New York Inside the Barn of Chapel Hill (image by Krystal Kast) Kara Brewer and Jennifer Wood, Barn at Chapel Hill (image by Danell Beede Photography) Barn of Chapel Hill at Wild Flora Farm on Social Media: Instagram: @barnofchapelhill Facebook: @barnofchapelhill Weddings for Real on Social Media: Instagram: @weddingsforreal Facebook: @weddingsforreal twitter: @weddingsforreal Wedding Education Seminar February 4th from 9:30am-12pm at The Umstead Hotel in Cary NC. Purchase tickets by following this link. In this intimate and educational seminar, we will cover two distinct topics relevant to purposefully growing your event business! Jason Gillikin will cover digital marketing and SEO tips for helping your ideal client find YOU,and Megan Gillikin will cover the client experience from start to finish. This seminar is ideal for wedding vendors that have a high touch relationship (multiple interactions) with their clients such as: planners, venues, caterers, photographers, videographers, DJs, bakeries, florists, hair and makeup artists, and stationers. Whether you're an up and coming vendor or a veteran member of the event industry, you are certain to walk away with an increased knowledge on digital marketing and gain invaluable insight from this seminar on how to best serve your client. Get your tickets at Eventbrite! If you're a wedding vendor, go get Honeybook! At A Southern Soiree, we’ve been using Honeybook since February 2015. I think we were one of their very first clients, and it has truly been a life changer. They make proposals and contracts super easy to use on both our side and the client side. I think before Honeybook I would send proposals and contracts by email, and the client would have to mail the contract to us or fax it by efax. Proposals were in no way streamlined either, so this has made our lives so much better. As a consultant, whenever I sign up a vendor client, one of the very first recommendations I make is Honeybook. No need to complicate things – it works, it’s great…just get it. And if you follow this link, you get 50% off your first year of Honeybook, which is nice, but not nearly as nice as all the time you’re going to save. And if you have any questions about my experience, feel free to send me an email to email@example.com. Music for this episode by https://www.bensound.com. The host of the show is Megan Gillikin, owner and lead consultant at A Southern Soiree Wedding and Event Planning. She's also available for wedding and hospitality business consulting and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Weddings for Real is edited and produced by Jason Gillikin for Earfluence.