Marcus Jackson of the ACLU on Persistent Felony Offender Statues, A Weird Weekend for TRS, and Legislative Update
My Old Kentucky Podcast
This week Marcus Jackson of the ACLU joined us to talk about Kentucky's Persistent Felony Offender statute. He's featured in a documentary called Persistent about that topic. Marcus told us about his experience with the criminal justice system and how he's working to change it, and what changes he would like to see. Jazmin and Robert also talked about a strange weekend for the Teachers' Retirement System, when they were accused of holding a large amount of stock in a Russian bank. Robert talked about the truth and the context of the situation. Jazmin brought an update about the Name, Image, and Likeness law that was signed by Andy Beshear this week, and Robert covered some of the other legislation making it's way through Frankfort.
Conversations Around Good - Marcus Jackson of The Bridge Impact Center
Conversations Around Good
In this episode of Conversations Around Good we hear from the Director of The Bridge Impact Center, Marcus Jackson. His past experiences, giving a TedX Talk and creating music for rap artist LeCrae, have opened up opportunities for Marcus that he wants to recreate for kids. The center strives to be a bridge to help student find their "thing" through pathways of growth. So much goodness here, enjoy!
In this Snippet of Good we hear from the Director of The Bridge Impact Center, Marcus Jackson. He shares about the many services that they offer. The wide aspects of support to help teens succeed. Your mind will be blown! Come back on Friday to catch his entire Conversations Around Good Podcast. Enjoy!
A Journey in Information Technology: Meet Marcus Jackson
Journey to Jupiter: Discover the Life You'll Create
(This episode was recorded on Saturday, March 13, 2021.) Raised in Hammond, Louisiana, Marcus Jackson is an information technology professional serving as the Director of Acquisitions and Divestitures for Supply Chain Technology at Johnson & Johnson (J&J). He joined J&J in 2006 through the Information Technology Leadership Development Program and has held roles of increasing responsibility within each of J&J’s sectors. Prior to starting his career journey, Marcus earned both a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Information Systems and a Bachelor of Arts in Theology from the University of Notre Dame. He serves on the Academic Advisory Board at Remington College of Baton Rouge, LA, as well as is actively engaged in the Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank Diversity & Inclusion Council. In this episode, Marcus shares: How he decided which college to attend and which job to accept coming out of college What inspired him to switch his major from chemical engineering to management information systems How your college GPA can impact your chances of getting an internship Why it’s important to put yourself in a position to have options in your career The importance of mentorship AND sponsorship Why it was so hard to get toilet paper and paper towels at the beginning of the pandemic How he’s integrated his passion for information technology and theology in his life Also mentioned in this episode: National Society of Black Engineers Connect with Marcus on LinkedIn! ----- Sign up for my contact list to be the first to know about new offerings and to receive my weekly note on all things! You can also stay connected with Journey to Jupiter via..... Email: email@example.com Website: jetaundavis.com Instagram: @JourneyJupiter Twitter: @JourneyJupiter Facebook: @JourneyJupiter ----- Produced by Ken Inge of Dead End Hip Hop
Two Kid Chronicles and #PositivePivot (featuring Marcus Jackson)
Positive Philter Podcast
In this episode, I am joined by my good friend, Marcus Jackson. We discuss what it is like to raise kids during a pandemic as well as Marcus's journey as a comedian and preparing for stand up routines. Check it out! Social Media/Plugs https://twitter.com/jacksonm23 https://www.instagram.com/jacksonm23/ If you have a question for the podcast call 571-336-6560 or leave a question via this Google Form. Five Minute Journal by Intelligent Change Affiliate Code: https://www.intelligentchange.com/?rfsn=4621464.017186 Tappy Card “Electronic Business Card” Affiliate Code: https://tappycard.com?ref:philip-wilkerson Please leave a rating/review of the Podcast https://lovethepodcast.com/positivephilter Intro music provided by DJ BIGyoks. Check out his Instagram and Soundcloud channel can be found here: https://www.instagram.com/beats.byyoks/ https://soundcloud.com/dj-bigyoks Outro music provided by Ryan Rosemond. Check out his Soundcloud channel here: https://soundcloud.com/brothersrosemond/albums Please follow Positive Philter: Positive Philter Facebook Page Positive Philter Twitter Positive Philter Instagram If you would like to support the podcast, please consider donating to the Positive Philter Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/positivephilter Positive Philter was selected by FeedSpot as Top 20 Positive Thinking Podcasts on the web. https://blog.feedspot.com/positive_thinking_podcasts/
Social Listening Edition | Poetry Workshop featuring poems by Lucille Clifton & Marcus Jackson
The Real Hoodwives of Chicago
Join us for a check in and writing session in honor of “Easter Sunday Dinner.”lists:1. list of comfort foods/drinks/treats?2. who do these dishes belong to? who are the chefs/makers of your family?3. who are the characters of your family partaking in these homemade fixing4. feelings/memories connected with these homemade fixings?prompts:write a poem for the prepping of one of your favorite homemade fixings?write an ode to one of your favorite homemade fixings?poems heard in this episode:“cutting greens” by Lucille Clifton (as found in The Collected Poems of Lucille Clifton; reprinted & republished by BOA Editions, Ltd. 1987/2015) (audio reading courtesy of Poetry Foundation, read by Lucille Clifton)“Ode to Kool-Aid” by Marcus Jackson (as found in Neighborhood Register; Cavankerry Press, 2011)#whatsyourthotjuice--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hoodwivesofchi/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hoodwivesofchi/support