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Carla Davis

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Lady Carla Davis & Dr Elsa Schieder (Part 2) on Sky Dragon Slaying - 12 June 2022

TNT Radio

GUEST OVERVIEW: Lady Carla Davis, MPH, is a Nutrition Educator and Writer, with over 45 years of experience. She earned a Master of Public Health in Nutrition and a Master Certification in Reiki and Feng Shui. Lady Davis also studied with various notable professionals, including her late husband, Sir Thomas Davis, MD, KBE; the late Dr. Bernard Jensen; and Dr. Reza Chowdhury. Her early studies included ballet and music at The Juilliard School in NYC and Polynesian dance in Hawaii. In North Carolina, she worked as a model and designer in the fashion industry. While living in the Bahamas, Australia, and Hawaii, her subsequent education, training, and work experience entailed international travel in the airline industry, property development, resort management, and consulting in the art and film industries. She (as Carla Cassata) maintained a private Nutrition/Iridology practice in Maui, Hawaii, and Boca Raton, Florida, where she also designed tropical gardens. Additionally, she served on the Nutrition Advisory Board for Let’s Live magazine and as the Healthcare Board Member for the South Palm Beach Chapter of the National Organization for Women. In the Pacific Region, Lady Davis worked with her late husband, Sir Tom Davis, MD, KBE, in his medical practice/surgery; political career; and ambassadorial work. She also worked with him in various Pacific Island programs. Lady Davis is one of the founding members of South Seas University (SSU) and currently serves as its CEO. Lady Davis has served as a Director and Chaperone for the Miss Teen Australia and World Supermodel Pageants and International Wildlife Ambassador for the Wildlife Protection Association of Australia (WPAA). Currently, Lady Davis is the Executive Editor for Masters of Health Magazine and a Contributing Editor to The New Zealand Journal of Natural Medicine. Plus, she serves as a Peace Ambassador for the Universal Peace Federation (UPF), and Cabinet Minister for Environment for the Global Energy Parliament (GEP).

55mins

12 Jun 2022

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Lady Carla Davis & Dr Elsa Schieder (Part 1) on Sky Dragon Slaying - 12 June 2022

TNT Radio

GUEST OVERVIEW: Lady Carla Davis, MPH, is a Nutrition Educator and Writer, with over 45 years of experience. She earned a Master of Public Health in Nutrition and a Master Certification in Reiki and Feng Shui. Lady Davis also studied with various notable professionals, including her late husband, Sir Thomas Davis, MD, KBE; the late Dr. Bernard Jensen; and Dr. Reza Chowdhury. Her early studies included ballet and music at The Juilliard School in NYC and Polynesian dance in Hawaii. In North Carolina, she worked as a model and designer in the fashion industry. While living in the Bahamas, Australia, and Hawaii, her subsequent education, training, and work experience entailed international travel in the airline industry, property development, resort management, and consulting in the art and film industries. She (as Carla Cassata) maintained a private Nutrition/Iridology practice in Maui, Hawaii, and Boca Raton, Florida, where she also designed tropical gardens. Additionally, she served on the Nutrition Advisory Board for Let’s Live magazine and as the Healthcare Board Member for the South Palm Beach Chapter of the National Organization for Women. In the Pacific Region, Lady Davis worked with her late husband, Sir Tom Davis, MD, KBE, in his medical practice/surgery; political career; and ambassadorial work. She also worked with him in various Pacific Island programs. Lady Davis is one of the founding members of South Seas University (SSU) and currently serves as its CEO. Lady Davis has served as a Director and Chaperone for the Miss Teen Australia and World Supermodel Pageants and International Wildlife Ambassador for the Wildlife Protection Association of Australia (WPAA). Currently, Lady Davis is the Executive Editor for Masters of Health Magazine and a Contributing Editor to The New Zealand Journal of Natural Medicine. Plus, she serves as a Peace Ambassador for the Universal Peace Federation (UPF), and Cabinet Minister for Environment for the Global Energy Parliament (GEP).

55mins

12 Jun 2022

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The Gene Genie: Carla Davis

Missing Magnolias

Carla Davis is an Investigative Genetic Genealogist who in the past year has contributed more than $100,000 dollars of her funds to a genetics lab to assist in solving cold cases, mainly those from her home state of Mississippi. Carla is the founder of DNA Davis and has been instrumental in solving several cold cases by using skills honed from working with unknown parentage cases. In this episode, we are given a day-in-life as Carla describes her process of scouring obituaries, newspapers, census records, and of all things Facebook! This is the 'GoFundMe era' and forensic genetic genealogy is a complete game-changer. It is the long-term goal to eradicate cold cases and get cases funded and solved. Listeners are encouraged to submit their DNA or to donate money directly to cases on sites like DNA Solves or Justice Drive. Listeners who have already taken consumer DNA tests are encouraged to upload their results to Family Tree DNA or GEDmatch.

23mins

13 Apr 2022

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CARLA DAVIS- SMITH; Innovative HS Mental Health Program Creator(recognized by NJEA & Gov. Phil Murphy)

Conversations with Calvin; WE the Species

CARLA DAVIS- SMITH; Innovative HS Mental Health Program Creator(recognized by NJEA & Gov. Phil Murphy) TOPIC: Carla Davis-Smith’s volunteer journey for the greater good of mankind with special emphasis on children’s mental health. The month of May being Mental Health Month brings into focus her much needed, timely and relevant work during the pandemic. These are some of the events she hosted: · A clinician provided stress reduction techniques and coping strategies to students faced with isolation issues and challenges with attending school remotely · One on one visits with nineteen (19) students at their homes, these students were specifically from Atlantic City High School population identified as facing homelessness and being displaced – hygienic care packages and a voucher for a meal at a local restaurant were presented to these students on Valentine’s Day · Conversations with male students and their parents – Presenter Nate Evans, Jr., motivational speaker and best-selling author of “I love you: Letters of Love from Black Men to Black Boys”. Participants were presented with a copy of his book and a gift voucher for services to a local barber shop · Two (2) paint parties hosted by an art teacher from Atlantic City High School and a local artist from the community. · Upcoming Road Safety Awareness session on May 27th with a presenter from AAA These are a some of the events that were offered to our students via zoom with the objective of encouraging them and also checking in from a mental health angle. But, Carla’s volunteer journey did not ignite due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Her work goes back to being an adolescent growing up in Jamaica. She has been involved in Key Club (youth arm of the Kiwanis Club) during high school; Leo Club (youth arm of Lions International); student liaison for AFS-USA, which is an international, voluntary, non-government, non-profit organization that provide intercultural learning opportunities to help people develop the knowledge, skills and understanding needed to create a more just and peaceful world; Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer; Girl Scouts of Central & Southern New Jersey troop leaders for troop #11223 & 12278; President & Fundraising Coordinator for Atlantic City High School Track & Field Parent Association. Carla’s is passionate about nurturing and investing in our youths (our future). Her belief is “a that community is nothing without the health and well being of our children – our future”!

34mins

23 May 2021

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Drs. Ruchi Gupta & Carla Davis | Fixing Barriers to Food Allergy Care

Talking Food Allergy

In Episode 4 of Allergic Living’s series on racial disparities in food allergies, Dr. Ruchi Gupta of Northwestern University and Dr. Carla Davis of Baylor College of Medicine discuss the high rates of food allergy in the Black and Latinx communities. They explore the higher odds of multiple food allergies in these communities, but the lower chance of patients seeing an allergist or carrying epinephrine. Dr. Gupta explains findings from her groundbreaking prevalence studies, while Dr. Davis speaks of witnessing the difference education can make. In a major Houston school district, only 15 percent of food-allergic Black children had been carrying epinephrine. Dr. Davis says a program to train school nurses to educate Black families about epinephrine and how to access it, brought remarkable change. “We were able to increase the number of children who had available epinephrine to about 85 percent,” she says.Dr. Ruchi Gupta is a professor of pediatrics and medicine at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine, and Director of Northwestern’s Center for Food Allergy & Asthma Research (CFAAR). She is also an attending physician at Chicago’s Lurie Children’s Hospital. Dr. Gupta is nationally recognized for her research in food allergy and asthma epidemiology, particularly for her work on the prevalence of child and adult food allergies. For more information, visit the CFAAR website.Dr. Carla Davis is an associate professor in the Department of Pediatrics, allergy and immunology section, at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. She is also Director of the Food Allergy Program at Texas Children’s Hospital, and has clinical trials underway in the area of food allergic treatments and diagnostic methods. As well, she heads a robust education program to ensure the safety of food-allergic children in Texas schools. Visit the website at Texas Children’s.Host Jen Jobrack is a nationally known food allergy expert, who has worked for the allergy community in areas of public policy, legislation, education and awareness-raising. Her legislative work includes campaigns such as access to epinephrine in the schools. Jen is the founder of Food Allergy Pros.Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsStitcherSoundcloud All Talking Food Allergies Episodes Related Resources Food Allergy and Asthma: Burden on the Black CommunityGupta Team’s Study of Childhood Food Allergies in the U.S.Gupta Team’s Study Finds Doubling of Adult Food Allergy

27mins

30 Jul 2020

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Innovators Series: A Conversation with Carla Davis, CEO of Heart of Hospice LLC

Hospice Insights: The Law and Beyond

In this episode, Meg Pekarske has a conversation with Carla Davis, CEO of Heart of Hospice, where they discuss Carla’s path to hospice and her vision for the future of end-of-life care. They explore the question of what leadership looks like in “good” and “bad” times and what remains constant in times of change. Carla shares her insights on how being open to the unplanned and unbudgeted opportunities that cross our paths can be defining moments for organizations. Carla is an engaging leader who has her finger on the pulse of where we are and where we are going. We hope you enjoy the conversation.

1hr 7mins

8 Jul 2020

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RECKLESS "JESUS SAID WHAT?" Series: Racism - Todd Hampton, Carla Davis, & Nathalie Silva-Sosa

West Ridge Students

49mins

23 Oct 2019