Common Good Politics - Kelly Krout, the Foster Mom Running for Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas
Common Good Podcast
Doug Pagitt and Robb Ryerse discuss the week's top political stories, including the trial of two men accused of plotting to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan. At the 30-minute mark they are joined by Kelly Krout, a mother of seven and unexpected TikTok star running for Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas. kellyforarkansas.com Doug Pagitt is the Executive Director and one of the founders of Vote Common Good. He is also a pastor, author, and social activist. @pagitt Robb Ryerse is a pastor, author, and Political Organizer at Vote Common Good. You can find his book about running for congress as a Progressive Republican in Arkansas here: Running For Our Lives@RobbRyerse The Common Good Podcast is produced and edited by Daniel Deitrich. @danieldeitrich Our theme music is composed by Ben Grace. @bengracemusic votecommongood.com votecommongood.com/podcast facebook.com/votecommongood twitter.com/votecommon
When You Know Better, You Do Better (with Dr. Traci Baxley and Kelly Krout)
The Suburban Women Problem
On today’s episode, Rachel Vindman, Amanda Weinstein, and special guest host Malynda Hale talk about social justice parenting. They discuss how you first have to acknowledge your own inherent biases and your discomfort before you can have meaningful conversations with your kids about social justice. We hear more about Malynda’s inspiring tweet thread about interracial marriage in response to Senator Mike Braun’s comments at Judge Jackson’s hearings, and everyone expresses their disbelief and outrage over right wing hypocrisy regarding Ginni Thomas.Then Kelly Krout joins us to talk about parenting, fostering kids, politics, and more. Kelly has become a sensation on TikTok for her relatable videos about running for office in Arkansas. She’s also written children's books about the foster care system, proving once again just how important it is for kids to have books that reflect their lived experiences. Kelly is funny, energetic, wise, and an all-around delight.After that, Rachel sits down with Dr. Traci Baxley to talk about her book, Social Justice Parenting: How To Raise Compassionate, Empathetic, Justice-Minded Kids in an Unjust World. Dr. Baxley and Rachel chat about what exactly social justice parenting is, why sheltering our kids is the wrong approach, and how the only way to really get social justice parenting wrong is to never even start. Finally, Rachel, Amanda and Malynda raise a glass to family, to finding time for an at-home date night, and to meeting Dr. Fauci in this week’s “Toast to Joy.”If you’re tired of extremists banning books, you should check out Red Wine and Blue’s virtual Read-In on Thursday April 7. The event will be hosted by Stella Parton (that’s right, Dolly Parton's sister!) and feature some amazing authors of banned books, including past pod guests Lesléa Newman and Brad Meltzer. More info and registration can be found here.For a transcript of this episode, please email email@example.com.
Welcome to Season Three! Our guest for today's episode is not only a longtime friend, but she's an author and political canditate; Kelly Krout. Kelly is running for Lt. Governor for Arkansas. She gives us an inside view of what it's like to campaign during a pandemic (twice!) and we discuss how to disagree respectfully. Learn More about Kelly and get involved with her campaign HERE Follow her campaign on Socials @kellyforarkansas Find Kelly's Books on Amazon HERE Vote for Kelly for Lt. Governor!! Become a member of the Speakeasy on www.MeganMeredith.com to get unpublished books, novella, blog posts, bonus episodes, swag, and more, for ONLY $5 a month or a one time payment.
S1E1 - Understanding Ballot Measures + Accidentally Viral with Kelly Krout
Learn More About Your Ballot Here: Arkansas Issue 3:Voting YES means that you are in favor of the extra requirements for a citizen initiated ballot measure: signatures from more counties, earlier deadline to collect signatures, and a deadline to pursue legal action.A NO vote means that you are NOT in favor of these extra requirements.David McAvoy is the chair of Protect AR Voices, a committee opposed to Issue 3.Jerry Cox is the executive Director of Family Council. Dig a little deeper in Arkansas Issue 3 on Ballotpedia.Kelly Krout is running for the Arkansas State House in District 90. You can find her on Instagram, Facebook, and of course TikTok, if you haven't already.Down Ballot is hosted, produced, scored, and edited by Matthew Moore. Additional music by RAC courtesy of Splice.
Kelly Ross Krout of Lowell is a Democratic candidate for District 90 in the Arkansas House of Representatives. A map of District 90 can be found here. Krout is an author of children’s books and a graduate student in social work. Krout faces Republican Kendon Underwood of Cave Springs. Underwood declined to participate in an interview.
Chamber Voice Podcast Ep. 57.2: Legislative Candidate Forum - Kendon Underwood and Kelly Krout
Chamber Voice of Business Podcast
Moderated by Kyle Kellams from Ozarks at Large, this forum, hosted by the Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce, is here to help you get to know your candidates for the upcoming election for State Representative District 90.
Episode #62: AR State Representative Candidate for District 90: Kelly Krout
District 3 Podcast
Our episode this week features the candidate for the Arkansas House District 90 who just happens to also be very good at Tik Tok, Kelly Krout! Check out this super fun episode and come learn more about Kelly!
UXAUS 2020 DAY 4 Kelly Krout & JP Carrascal - Lean UX Research at Scale
In recent years, as technology engineering production and release cycles have sped up, user experience (UX) research practices have correspondingly become more Lean to best match those cycles. On top of that, the increasing interest in incorporating user feedback into product development keeps pushing the limit of resources that UX research teams can allocate. Is this seemingly unstoppable appetite for customer insights sustainable? How can UX researchers properly support their product teams’ growing needs? We argue that, to be successful at scaling up Lean UX research, product teams need to become active actors in the process, while researchers need to use their expertise to provide guidance and training as required. As an example of this approach, we describe our experience organizing “Developer Day”, a yearly event aimed at scaling up the Lean UX research practices of Microsoft’s Developer Division. Developer Day has also extended the reach of the division’s UX Research team for impacting decisions about the company’s software developer tools and services.
When Kelly Krout saw that no Democrat was going to be on the ballot in her state legislative district, she decided that she should step up and run. In this You Should Run Podcast, Kelly Krout talks about running for office as a Democrat and as a busy mom in Arkansas, her use of digital tools to break through during the COVID-19 pandemic, and, of course, why YOU should run for office too. Listen, share, and get involved in running for office wherever you live!