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Lynn Rogers

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Just a Good Conversation: Lynn Rogers

Just a Good Conversation

Lynn Rogers came to Cal State Fullerton as a student with aspirations of playing baseball. He picked up gymnastics in a classroom and the rest is history. The 1972 CSF graduate began coaching gymnastics at the Anaheim YMCA and with the Long Beach KIPS Club. Soon he launched the Titans’ program and ran it with his heart and soul for its first 24 years (1976 thru 1999), compiling an overall record of 246-115 (.681). He won the 1979 national championship (AIAW) and had three second-place (2 AIAW, 1 NCAA) and five third-place (3 AIAW, 2 NCAA) finishes. His Titans won 10 conference championships and nine regional championships and were regional runnersup four times. He was the national coach of the year in 1979 and a three-time Big West Conference coach of the year. As co-coach for the inaugural 1976 season with Charlotte Wolfe, he earned a salary of $500 with a budget of $500 more. He proceeded to win his first 71 matches spanning from 1976 to 1980 and he didn’t lose a home meet until the 1983 season.  Lynn and Bonnie Rogers invented Coach’s Oats in their home kitchen in 1992. That winter, they decided to make a special holiday breakfast for their friends. Coach and Bonnie loved steel cut oatmeal, but it took too long to cook, and rolled oats turned mushy and pasty. So they did what Coach always taught his athletes to do: They went back to basics. Coach and Bonnie experimented by grinding, sifting and cooking whole oats called groats. After a lot of hard work, they tried something new. They put the oats into the oven before grinding them and … magic! The oatmeal was textured, nutty and flavorful. It didn’t become soggy or pasty, and it took only a few minutes to cook. The Rogers’ family and friends loved the oatmeal, which quickly earned the nickname Coach’s Oats, and before long, Coach and Bonnie were grinding oats all weekend just to fill their friends’ orders. One admiring friend introduced the oats to a representative from Roman Meal Milling Company, and in 1996 Coach patented their oatmeal and Roman Meal began milling Coach’s Oats. Since those unassuming beginnings, Coach’s Oats has gained many fans throughout the United States and select international locations. Thanks to those fans, what started in the kitchen is now a healthy family owned business dedicated to making the best oatmeal ever. In other words, the story of Coach’s Oats is simple: Oatmeal has been reinvented. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/matt-brown57/support

1hr 26mins

6 May 2022

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TPiH 33 – Lynn Rogers

That Podcast In Hutch

Lynn Rogers currently serves as the Kansas State Treasurer – a role most known for helping people find out if they have any unclaimed property. Most of us have likely seen or stopped by the Treasurer’s booth at the Kansas State Fair over the years. There’s much more to the job than giving people their abandoned money, and Lynn helps explain some of the daily ins and outs of the job. But Lynn has held a number of public service positions throughout his career. He’s been Lieutenant Governor, and Kansas Senator, a Wichita School Board member, and even a member of his children’s parent teacher association. He also has an extensive career in finance and farm credit services – and he’s managed that career through some rocky waters. In this podcast, we explore some of what he’s learned throughout his years of service, and how some of the work he’s done has created new experiences and opportunities that have both enriched his life and broadened his horizons. 

46mins

5 May 2022

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TPiH 33 – Lynn Rogers

That Podcast In Hutch

Lynn Rogers currently serves as the Kansas State Treasurer – a role most known for helping people find out if they have any unclaimed property. Most of us have likely seen or stopped by the Treasurer’s booth at the Kansas State Fair over the years. There’s much more to the job than giving people their abandoned money, and Lynn helps explain some of the daily ins and outs of the job. But Lynn has held a number of public service positions throughout his career. He’s been Lieutenant Governor, and Kansas Senator, a Wichita School Board member, and even a member of his children’s parent teacher association. He also has an extensive career in finance and farm credit services – and he’s managed that career through some rocky waters. In this podcast, we explore some of what he’s learned throughout his years of service, and how some of the work he’s done has created new experiences and opportunities that have both enriched his life and broadened his horizons. 

46mins

5 May 2022

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Gentle & Respectful Parenting with Rachael Lynn Rogers

Mom is a Verb

Rachael Rogers is a Momma Mentor and Parenting Coach with over a decade of experience working in early childhood education. Having been raised in a loving authoritarian home herself, she knew she wanted to break the cycle of yelling, spanking and harsh punishments, despite having a great relationship with her parents. She now helps parents worldwide and today, she’s spilling the tea...if you liked this episode and want to learn more about Rachael and what she does follow her on Instagram and TikTok at Rachlynnrogers. Follow this link to get hooked up with all her goodies at https://linktr.ee/rachlynnrogers--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

39mins

27 Sep 2021

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Former Lt. Gov. Lynn Rogers sees state treasurer role as 'natural fit'

Kansas Reflector Podcast

In December 2020, Gov. Laura Kelly appointed then-Lt. Gov. Lynn Rogers to fill the vacancy of state treasurer left by U.S. Rep. Jake LaTurner. Unlike his predecessors, Rogers does not see his new role as a stepping stone for future political positions.Rogers joins Tim Carpenter to discuss his first month in the role of state treasurer and what the future may hold.

30mins

15 Feb 2021

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EP 4 ─ Dr. Lynn Rogers - The Man Who Walks with Bears

Untold Radio Network

Dr. Lynn Rogers is known as the Jane Goodall of bears. He is the founder of the North American Bear Center. Link: https://bear.org/ He teaches a yearly black bear field study course for the Wildlife Research Institute. Rogers has become famous for his working methods. He forms trusting relationships with wild black bears, spending 24-hour periods walking and resting with them, initially alerting them to his presence with a call of "It's me bear." He has been the subject of several documentaries, including "The Man who walks with Bears" Produced By Doug Hajicek for Tremendous Entertainment and Animal Planet.For 15 years, Rogers' research has centered on the 200 or so bears between Ely and Tower, Minnesota at Eagle's Nest Township. He has placed video cameras in bears' dens and tracked bears with radio collars.Dr. Lynn Rogers' latest "Bear Cam" captured the first birth of wild bear cubs along with the audio that was shared with a worldwide audience. Lynn will share the UNTOLD stories of his unique out of the box research work with black bears. ShareShare on Facebook TweetTweet on Twitter Pin it Pin on Pinterest

1hr 58mins

22 Oct 2020

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From Dr. to Patient with Dr. Lynn Rogers

Cure Chronic: The Chronic Movement

Dr. Lynn Rogers is the former Director of the Neuralplasticity Laboratory at the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab and a former dominant athlete, completing multiple Iron Man races and more, but in July of 2017, she went from Ironman ready to paralyzed. She has been diagnosed with Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP), where she could spend months in the hospital repeatedly making progress and then relapsing.  Her body attacks its own nervous system, eating away the nerves coating and damaging the nerves themselves. Her journey is a bit of a rollercoaster, and she is looking to do more aggressive treatment, contact her:  Insta: Lynnrogers2008 and follow her journey on her website: lynnrogers.squarespace.com 

33mins

14 Oct 2020

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KNDY Public Affairs: Kansas Lt. Governor Lynn Rogers

KNDY News Podcast

Ben Keller talks to Kansas Lieutenant Governor Lynn Rogers for this weeks Public Affairs program.

3mins

3 Oct 2020

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Ep. 13 - Lynn Rogers

Collegian Kultivate

Wildcat 91.9 News Director, Trey Kuhlmann, and Collegian News Editor, Pete Loganbill, interview Lt. Governor Lynn Rogers.

19mins

1 Sep 2019

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Lynn Rogers: Grace and Grit (Part 2)

Becoming Aligned

In this episode, I continue my conversation with Lynn Rogers.  In part 1 we learned more about Lynn as a person. She shared stories that helped to shape her positive mindset and help her discover her “why”. Please go back and listen if you missed it! In part 2 of our interview we’ll learn more about how Lynn went from training and being ready to do an ironman to trying to figure out what was going on with her body.  As she experiences numbness, tingling and pain which quickly progressed. She ends up being hospitalized for 5 1/2 months and is diagnosed with an autoimmune disease called Guillain Barre Syndrome (GBS).  The diagnosis is eventually changed to the acute version of GBS, CIDP. She tells us about this experience and how she’s navigating her way through. To learn more about this episode and any resources mentioned, please see the show notes. Stay Connected: Instagram Ryan Wellness Website

1hr 4mins

15 Jul 2018

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