This is ishUES, the podcast, a project of ish. Each episode will welcome artists, community members, thought leaders, and creative minds to reflect, share and celebrate Jewish and Jew-ish identity. We all need something to look forward to, some grounding as we struggle to figure out what the new normal is going to look like. ish is bringing you new voices, new artists and new ideas to help you find that grounding. Whether Jewish, Jew-ish, or just here for the chutzpah, we’re so glad you’ve decided to join us. In this very first episode of ishues, Kim Newstadt interviews Rory Michelle Sullivan. Kim is a board member at ish and Rory is a songwriter, musician, and Jewish educator. Kim and Rory talk about Rory’s artistic process, the importance of racial representation, and Rory’s new Jewish musical, Rising in Love. To get your tickets for Rising in Love on Thursday, June 17th at 8pm, go to https://cincyfringe.com/rising-in-love/Rory Michelle Sullivan's work as a songwriter, musician, and Jewish educator converges at the intersection of spirituality, art, and education. With her folk-y songs, deep engagement with the creative process, singing with Jewish communities, and creating musical theater - she aims to collaboratively celebrate and foster personal growth, spiritual connection, and the joy of being alive.Rory Michelle's work has been showcased at festivals such as ish, Cincinnati's Jewish and Israeli Arts and Cultural Festival, on Jewish Rock Radio, in Philadelphia RowHome magazine, and in broadwayworld.com. Songs from her musical, RISING IN LOVE, were chosen to be featured in Women Of The Wings Volume III: A Celebration Of Female Musical Theatre Writers at Feinstein's/54 Below in New York City.She holds a bachelors in psychology from Harvard University and a Masters in Arts in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.Kim Newstadt is responsible for guiding priorities for learning and innovation at the Foundation, including: leading research initiatives, assessing community needs, building opportunities for communal learning, helping to ensure access to funding opportunities and applying knowledge of Jewish communal trends to funding strategy.One of her main projects has been leading the planning process for the 2019 Cincinnati Jewish Community Study and designing the stakeholder awareness campaign to facilitate the interpretation of findings to inform communal planning. She works in coordination with other Foundation professionals and in close collaboration with the Jewish Federation and communal partners.With over a decade of experience in philanthropy and grantmaking, Kim has worked at the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles, Santa Monica Museum of Art and University of Southern California. She also has broad experience in the arts, having worked as a professional dancer, dance educator, and art gallery director. Kim has a B.A. from University of Michigan and a Master of Public Art Studies, with a concentration in Jewish arts and culture, from University of Southern California. She is on the board of ish Festival: Cincinnati’s Jewish and Israeli Arts and Cultural Festival. She lives in Cincinnati with her husband and two daughters.Thanks to our technical producer and consultant, Joey Taylor of BeSpoken Live. Our theme music was written and performed by Ben Pagliaro. Your host is Marie Krulewitch-Browne.
Michelle Sullivan: Living Intentionally, Advocating For Youth & Loving Wyoming
First, But Last?
Michelle Sullivan discusses latchkey kids, who inspires her, and how to promote women in Wyoming. “Solutions are always better with a broader set of perspectives at the table.” - Michelle Sullivan Learn more about this episode of First, but Last at www.thinkwy.org/50
Chocolate Cake Marriage: The Recipe to Refresh, Revive or Restore with Guest Michelle Sullivan
Past to Power Podcast (Radio)
We have a very special show for you! We’re talking to author, Michelle Sullivan, about her book, Chocolate Cake Marriage: The Recipe to Refresh, Revive or Restore! Yes, it’s the perfect conversation for Valentine’s Day! “Michelle’s book lays out the simple recipe ? with practical, tangible insight to transform you and your marriage whether you need a refresher, a renewal or complete restoration.” Listen into Real Victory Radio as LaTan Murphy and Amy Elaine talk about being led by our faith instead of feeding our fears and feelings! We can’t wait to give you some encouragement to help you #gocourageously and #livevictoriously with some #realtalk and authentic answers to navigate these troubling times! Listen in and let us know whose thoughts you lean more towards…we’d love to hear from you at our new email email@example.com You can listen to Real Victory Radio each week by streaming live from your computer or phone from anywhere on 947FMTHEWORD.com or there’s an app for Apple! If you’re local in Denver just tune in to 94.7 FM The Word every Saturday, at 6 am or 4 pm to Real Victory Radio! Real Victory Radio is a listener-supported ministry program of Amy Elaine Ministries, please check out our website to learn more about becoming a partner. Join The Victory Movement and help us inspire others to live a victorious life! You can give a one-time gift or a monthly gift to help keep Real Victory Radio on the air. Honestly, we can’t do this without support from our listeners and friends. For more details visit amyelaine.com/real-victory-radio-movement/ We’d love to hear your feedback on this episode. Please comment to share your thoughts and give a “thumbs-up” if you liked today’s conversation! About Our Guest Michelle has been a sought after speaker for over 20 years. She will be hosting her own television show Chocolate Cake Marriage on the Praise and Freedom Network in the fall of 2019. Her transparency and engaging style when speaking about real-life situations as a woman, wife and mom move her audience to both laughter and tears. Whether speaking about sex in marriage, what it looks like to respect your man, how to have courage in your valleys, or the remarkable story when her third son, Tanner, had half his brain removed at the age of eight … Michelle speaks and writes in a way that will take you on a transforming journey where you will come away refreshed, equipped and filled with courage! Her book Chocolate Cake Marriage provides practical ways to take any marriage, young or old, from roommates to soul mates! Get one for a friend!The post Chocolate Cake Marriage: The Recipe to Refresh, Revive or Restore with Guest Michelle Sullivan first appeared on Amy Elaine.
How does music unlock and inspire learning and prayer, and even love?Singer-songwriter, composer, and educator Rory Michelle Sullivan has recorded four studio albums and performed internationally. She and her music have been featured at festivals such as ISH, Cincinnati’s Jewish and Israeli Arts and Cultural Festival, on Jewish Rock Radio’s Emerging Artist Showcase, and in Philadelphia RowHome magazine. Rory Michelle’s work explores relating to ourselves, others, and a spiritual Source in healthy, authentic, creative, and constructive ways. Her Jewish-themed musical endeavor, The God Album, includes fun folk, funk, rock, and swing music with songs infused, inspired, and informed by Jewish text. She is currently working on the musical Rising in Love.
Michelle Sullivan joins Amanda and Vickie on today’s episode. Michelle is a warrior mom whose advocacy was inspired by her son, Eli, who has Down’s Syndrome, to found Littlest Warrior Apparel and to write a book entitled Eli, Included, which is a fictional story about Eli's first day of school. Are you ready to be inspired? Listen in to hear about Michelle’s journey and her mission to help others see that everyone has value and something to offer. Show Highlights: Michelle shares an overview of some of the negativity she received from medical professionals and family members upon learning during her pregnancy that her son had Down’s Syndrome, and the actual blessing that he is. She also provides the background of how she came to start Littlest Warrior Apparel. Amanda, Vickie, and Michelle discuss perceptions about Down’s Syndrome and other differently-abled people. Michelle relates how friends provided resources for early intervention, and how she initially didn’t know anything about inclusion. Meeting people and hearing their stories had a big impact on her. All children, including those with Down’s Syndrome, benefit from being in a classroom with others and being exposed to different learning styles and various viewpoints. Michelle describes how her three older daughters were in private school before Eli was born, how the school mistreated one daughter with ADHD and the hard lessons she learned from that. Having decided they wanted Eli included, he was started in IEP in preschool at age 3, and he was in a classroom with typical peers. As time got closer to kindergarten, Michelle started hearing stories about kids that were not included, so she wrote the book, Eli, Included, as a step of faith. As it turns out, when they went to his IEP, they did not want to include him. Michelle was told that if he were in a classroom, he would just be back in the classroom with his aide, “trying” to do all the work. Her husband was at that meeting and stepped up to the plate, and asked for them to just let him try. The school agreed on a 30-day trial. Thankfully, within a week they found out that Eli had been accepted to the charter school for which they’d applied. This charter school is one that values inclusion. Michelle describes her emotions at the first meeting she attended at the charter school. “Advocate Like a Mother™” - this is what Michelle kept hearing in the back of her mind. After some time, she did a search to make sure the slogan wasn’t taken, put it on a shirt, and got it trademarked. The shirt became wildly popular and the basis for her Littlest Warrior Apparel. From there, she started her podcast to help support other moms who were doing incredible things. Links/Resources: Thank you for listening! Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE to the show to receive every new episode delivered straight to your podcast player every Tuesday. If you enjoyed this episode and believe in our message, then please help us get the word out about this podcast. Rate and Review this show in Apple Podcasts, Stitcher Radio, or Google Play. It helps other listeners find this show. Be sure to connect with us and reach out with any questions/concerns: Facebook Instagram Twitter IEP website This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not to be construed as legal advice specific to your circumstances. If you need help with any legal matters, be sure to consult with an attorney regarding your specific needs. Suggested Book Eli, Included by Michelle Sullivan Connect with Michelle! Michelle’s Website Michelle’s Facebook Michelle’s Instagram Michelle’s Podcast
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27. Owning your Influence by Using your Gifts with Michelle Sullivan
The Lucky Few
Michelle Sullivan has found her voice, and she’s using it to host a podcast, run a clothing company, and most importantly— advocate like a mother. She credits all of this to her 5 year old son, Eli, who has Down Syndrome. Eli helped his mama own her creative influence to launch Littlest Warrior, a clothing company that starts conversations about different abilities while contributing back to this community by supporting adoptions, non-profits, and more! Michelle’s advocacy has evolved into her Advocate Like A Mother Podcast where she celebrates mothers of kids with different abilities who are owning their influence to shout their child’s worth. Today, we’re chatting with our friend (AKA family member), Michelle Sullivan, a mama of four, clothing designer, and now podcaster who is using her gifts in incredible ways. So friends, what’s your fave Littlest Warrior Tee? Join us for Season Three Episode Eight to hear which shirts we have in our closets (hint: pretty much all of them!) and then shop online to support worthy causes and valuable messages. Happy Advocating, friends! Connect with Michelle Sullivan! Find Michelle on Instagram Find Advocate Like A Mother Podcast on Instagram Advocate Like A Mother Podcast Website Find Advocate Like A Mother on Facebook Shop Littlest Warrior Apparel: Instagram Website Facebook SHOW SPONSOR: HOPE*WRITERS Have you ever thought about writing a book but didn’t know where to start? Well, Hope*Writers believes that you’re already on your writing journey! Take their FREE 30 second quiz to find out where you are on your journey and where you can go. Visit hopewriters.com/quiz to take the quiz today! CHECK OUT HEATHER’S NEW BOOK Scoot Over and Make Some Room: Creating a Space Where Everyone Belongs by Heather Avis is available for pre-order on Amazon. Head to Youtube and subscribe to The Lucky Few’s NEW Channel: In Search of The Lucky Few. Click here to start watching now!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theluckyfewpod/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theluckyfewpod/support
The Freaks present Michelle Sullivan and Susan Swanbeck
Vibe Radio Network
This Monday we welcome Michelle Sullivan and Susan Swanbeck to the show they are paranormal investigators with Atnetwork. We will talk about how they got their start in the paranormal and pretty much whatever else comes up. It is going to be freakin awesome!!