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Emily Kim

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Episode 111 Emily Kim

Golden Rams "Off the Field"

Episode 111 Meet West Chester University Infielder Emily Kim


9 Feb 2021

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Body & Sex shame with Emily Kim

Intimacy With Lisa

Today's guest is the beautiful Emily. Emily's mission is to reconnect people with the wisdom & power of their own body, and to release the shame, stigma & conditioning that keeps us from living in our most free & creative essence.She shares sooooo much wisdom and some really good stories."Connecting to my body is about feeling every sensation in my body & understanding that everything that is happening is already happening in my body" - Emily KimEmily gets vulnerable and shares her struggles after years of shutting down her body.She shares about the power of healing body shame and shame around sexuality.She talks about how we can not have these conversations with our children if we have not embodied it ourselves.Tune into the episode and let either Emily or myself what your biggest take away was. The best place you can find Emily is on Facebook @ Emily Kim.If you feel called to go deeper with Emily then reach out to her on Facebook and have a chat with her about her offerings.With Love,Lisa@Intimacywithlisa


2 Feb 2021

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Ep. 09 Emily Kim & Heather Hodge- Cinnamon Rolls & Social Enterprise: A Recipe for Creating Opportunity

Spreading Good

Emily Kim and Heather Hodge are co-founders of The Pastry Project, a social enterprise dedicated to making pastry education and jobs more accessible to those that need it. The idea for The Pastry Project sparked while leading the hiring process at Molly Moon’s Ice Cream when they realized it was hard to place individuals in the fast-paced kitchen jobs and there were barriers to entry for many. Tune to hear how these inspiring leaders have channeled their creativity to create real change in the culinary industry, one cinnamon roll at a time! In this episode we talk about: How standing up for what you believe in can impact another Fighting for fair wages in the culinary industry How our frustrations may be leaving clues (or pastry crumbs) as to where we are meant to make a difference What a social enterprise is and how The Pastry Project utilizes it to fund free programs to individuals with barriers The power of education when it comes to empowering others Benefits and challenges when it comes to co-founding a business and what they believe is the key to cultivating a healthy relationship Find more Good at spreadinggoodpodcast.com and join the Instagram fam @spreadinggoodpodcast! Connect with The Pastry Project: Instagram @thepastryproject Website


12 Jan 2021

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When Cinnamon Rolls Meet Social Enterprise with Emily Kim and Heather Hodge of The Pastry Project

The Experiential Table

Have you ever wished you could pursue your passion AND change the world at the same time?My guests today have set out to do just that. Emily Kim and Heather Hodge are the co-founders behind The Pastry Project, a Seattle-based social enterprise that provides free baking and pastry training to individuals with barriers to education and jobs in the industry. The opportunities they’ve created for the community are truly everlasting, and they’re just getting started.In this episode, Emily and Heather share their very unique paths that lead them to meeting and eventually joining forces to start The Pastry Project. We talk about the details of a social enterprise, the various revenue streams for their for-profit business model and much, much more.After you tune in, I’m convinced you’ll take a look at your own business and think even deeper about how you can create profit and do social good at the same time. And you might crave a sweet treat or two while you listen, so grab a cookie or a slice of cake and enjoy this episode!SUBSCRIBE & REVIEW:Did this episode inspire you? Did it give you ALL the feels? I’m always excited to interview business owners who share raw and real stories that help us all learn a little something. If you want more episodes like this one, then subscribe, rate, and review this podcast. It goes a really long way in growing our show, one listener at a time.HELPFUL LINKS:Connect with The Pastry Project on InstagramLearn more about The Pastry ProjectJoin The Experiential Table Facebook groupRead the Episode TranscriptGet to know Hidden Rhythm on Instagram


8 Dec 2020

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Chapter 54: K881901 aka Emily Kim Ae Sun Hunter on twins tied together and tossed to tomorrow

3 Books With Neil Pasricha

3 Books is a completely insane and totally epic 15-year-long quest to uncover the 1000 most formative books in the world. Each chapter is hosted live and in-person at the guest's preferred location by Neil Pasricha, New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Awesome, The Happiness Equation, Two-Minute Mornings, etc. Each chapter of 3 Books uncovers and discusses the three most formative books from one of the world's most inspiring people. Sample guests include: Judy Blume, David Sedaris, Chris Anderson of TED, the founder of the world's largest feminist magazine, the world's greatest Uber driver, Pete Holmes, Angie Thomas, and Malcolm Gladwell. Each of the 333 chapters is dropped on the exact minute of every single new moon and full moon until September 1, 2031. 3 Books is an Apple "Best Of" award-winning show and 100% ad-free, commercial-free, sponsor-free, and interruption-free. For more info check out: https://www.3books.co/ Chapter Description: In the late 1980s outside of Seoul, South Korea, a woman got pregnant with twins. She was 18 years old, she’d had a one night stand, and she was not able, for reasons we do not know, to keep the babies, so she gave them up for adoptions. Two baby girls were born and they were given the names K881901 and K881901. Because most people who adopt babies want one baby the twins were immediately split up and put into foster homes. For the first five months of their lives they did not know each other existed. Eventually a couple from New Hampshire, USA wanted children with siblings and adopted both babies. K881901 and K881902 were reunited and flown over to the United States to grow up under the watchful gaze of their Italian American father and French Canadian mother in a US state that is 98% white. K881901 was renamed Emily Kim Ae Sun Hunter and what were are about to hear is a story I got to hear live a few months ago when I gave a speech for Manulife at their first ever Global Employee Summit. Manulife is a global financial services company of over 35,000 people with a number of divisions such as John Hancock Financial. Unfortunately I had to follow Emily onstage! She dropped the mic with her personal story, the one I’ve just started sharing with you here, which received a giant standing ovation from the audience. She talked about finding yourself, navigating your race, being a person of color where you’re always the minority, and about how we discover our identities in a world of grey. We recorded this conversation at the Manulife Head Office in Toronto between our afternoon speech to the Western hemisphere employees and before our late-night speech to the Eastern hemisphere employees. I want to say a huge thank you to Manulife CEO Roy Gori, Director of Global Communications Brooke Tucker-Reid, and of course Emily Kim Ae Sun Hunter for helping make this conversation happen. Let’s go! What You'll Learn: How do you react to racism? How do you find yourself when you’re far from where you’re from? How do you grow your career as a woman of color? (And how do you think of the spectrum between ‘submissive’ and ‘confident’?) How can you find the meeting point of all your worlds? You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://www.3books.co/chapters/54 Leave us a voicemail. Your message may be included in a future episode: 1-833-READ-A-LOT. Sign up to receive podcast updates here: https://www.3books.co/email-list


22 May 2020

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Brown - Emily Kim

Student Life Podcast

Brown - Emily Kim 

1hr 9mins

6 May 2019