Hunter Entrepreneur | Timothy Jackson | Performer, Timberlina
Hunter Headline Interviews Podcast
Timothy Jackson is the larger than life drag queen and performer, Timberlina. After a short hiatus from the limelight, Timberlina was re-born in spectacular style and glittery glory in early 2017 and continues to be an ever-evolving chameleon of the performance and hosting world. Timberlina is paving the way for young drag queens and performers in the Hunter Region, having launched Newcastle’s first drag competition in 2019. She also has her own podcast, Yaas Queen, where she has important drag and queer conversations with other members of the community. Timberlina also works as an MC, presenter, host, and marriage celebrant and many would be surprised to learn has a background in the construction industry. When she isn’t dazzling audiences, Timberlina enjoys the occasional holiday and dining with her family and friends. Interviewed by Holly Martin, founder of Hunter Headline and Chief Marketer at The Marketing GP. Season 4 of the Hunter Headline Podcast is proudly sponsored by Jaimie Abbott Communications.Support the show: https://hunterheadline.com.au/advertise/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 2 Prof Timothy Jackson -Retinal Research and Ophthalmic Surgeon - King's College London
Prof Timothy Jackson is professor of retinal research at King's College London and Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon in NHS with special interest in Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and diabetes. He has incredible research portfolio and secured excess of £4 million worth of research funding. In this podcast we asked him about his: Journey Research Unanswered questions within the field of Ophthalmology Practical tips for students and doctors who are aiming to get involved in research
20: Dr. Timothy Jackson and Attorney Michael Thad Allen on Cancel Culture in Music Theory
Honest Offense with Eric Cervone
Timothy Jackson is a distinguished university research professor of music theory at the University of North Texas, whose faculty he joined in 1998. Professor Jackson founded the Center for Schenkerian Studies at UNT’s College of Music. He is currently embroiled in controversy due to his defense of notable theorist Heinrich Schenker, with critics calling for Jackson’s tenure to be revoked. Michael Thad Allen is the principal of Allen Law, LLC (https://allen-lawfirm.com), where he specializes in representing students and employees entangled in university proceedings. Prior to practicing law, Michael taught German and European history at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is currently representing Professor Jackson in Jackson’s proceedings with UNT. Professor Ewell’s Article: https://mtosmt.org/issues/mto.20.26.2/mto.20.26.2.ewell.html Professor Jackson’s Response: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dTOWwlIsuiwsgAa4f1N99AlvG3-ngnmG/view Statement from the National Association of Scholars: https://www.nas.org/blogs/article/unt-officials-continue-assault-on-academic-freedom Coverage in National Review: https://www.nationalreview.com/2020/07/at-the-university-of-north-texas-the-mob-comes-calling-for-a-music-theorist/The Foundation For Individual Rights in Education (FIRE): https://www.thefire.org ——— Website: https://www.ericcervone.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ericcervone Twitter: https://twitter.com/ericcervone YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC13h27HBHpqpHWtzxJF4jQA
Rev. Timothy Jackson: Report and Reflections from Minneapolis
Gospel Beautiful Podcast
In this special edition, I speak with Rev. Timothy Jackson, pastor of Impact Living Christian Christian Center in Minneapolis, MN. This is the first of several midweek reports that Gospel Beautiful will be offering in the wake of George Floyd's recent murder. My hope and prayer is that my audience will find resources for leading faithfully in these remarkably challenging times. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/gospelbeautiful)
My guest today is Timothy Jackson aka Timberlina. We talk about how he initially got discovered drag, how he has worked to rebuild the queer community in his neighbourhood and how his company, Timber Productions has grown in the last two years.