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27 Podcast Episodes

Latest 28 Aug 2021 | Updated Daily

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Beyond the Scope: New Horizons for Pathology Boards and Pathology in Organized Medicine with Dr. Rebecca Johnson

The PathPod Podcast

In this segment, Beyond the Scope, we speak to pathologists about their pursuits and interests in and outside of pathology.What's new with Boards and Maintenance of Certification? Why should pathologists get involved in organized medicine? What does growing up on a farm have to do with an interest in medicine?On this episode, Dr. Sara Jiang (@Sara_Jiang) speaks with Dr. Rebecca Johnson, Chief Executive Officer for the American Board of Pathology (@TheABPath), and a former Trustee, Treasurer, and President of the ABPath. Prior to her position with the ABPath, Dr. Johnson was Chair of Pathology and Clinical Laboratories and Pathology Residency Program Director at Berkshire Health Systems, in Pittsfield, MA from 1992-2012. She is a past member and chair of the ACGME Pathology Residency Review Committee. She has been a delegate to the AMA for over twenty years and served as Past Chair of the Pathology Section Council. She serves as Secretary-Treasurer of the American Board of Medical Specialties and on their Board of Directors and Executive Committee. Dr. Johnson has received numerous awards including the College of American Pathologists’ Distinguished Service Award, President’s Honors, Outstanding Communicator Award, and Certificate of Meritorious Achievement. For all the latest news on the ABP, visit https://www.abpath.org/ Featured public domain music: US Army Blues, BugaBlue

40mins

21 May 2021

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42. A Man's Guide to Dressing for Success After Divorce (Guest: Rebecca Johnson)

Get Divorced Without Getting Screwed

Dress for success. We have all heard that, right? Did you know that you need to dress for the life you want post-divorce too? We spoke to Rebecca Johnson, a personal stylist with J. Hilburn, about how clothes can make a big difference in your life.   We discussed: - What is a personal stylist? - How clothes can be life-changing - The science of dressing - How people can tell if you are wearing quality clothing - Examples of men who upgraded their clothes and their lives - Reminding yourself that you are worthy - Investing in yourself - An upgraded look can land you a new relationship - How a personal stylist works ....and so much more...   Links for Videoes Referenced in Interview: RuPaul - https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=768... = George Clooney "Three Kings" clip - https://www.youtube.com/watchv=8vFUqc... Contact Information for Rebecca:   Call or Text: 305-803-3355 RebeccaJohnson.JHilburn.com @1stimpressionsbyrebeccaj   For more information about Divorce Shield, visit www.thedivorceshield.com

49mins

18 May 2021

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Building a Personal Board of Directors with Rebecca Johnson

TCIA Podcast

 In this episode, we are joined by Rebecca Johnson of Arborholic, LLC, Kristy Hiller, Vice President of Administration at TCIA, and Amanda Gazlay, coordinator of Member Engagement at TCIA to discuss creating your own personal board of directors. Finding mentors and people to be on your board is not a one size fits all process, we dive into the various ways one can go about finding the right set of people.Rebecca is an International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Certified Arborist and addicted to helping trees and the people who care for them. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Texas Chapter of ISA, Chairs the Texas ISA education committee, and is a private consulting arborist, teaching homeowners about proper tree care.  She also works with the City of Austin to provide tree education to City employees whose work brings them into contact with trees, with the goal of improving tree care across the city. Our sponsor for this episode is Samson Rope.

47mins

22 Mar 2021

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Stirring up the Conversation w/ Katie Canfield and Rebecca Johnson, The Bâtonnage Forum

XChateau Wine Podcast

Bâtonnage, the French word for stirring the lees, is now about stirring up the conversation about women and wine.  The Bâtonnage Forum, founded in 2018, is creating a safe space to have difficult conversations about gender inclusivity in the wine world.  Katie Canfield and Rebecca Johnson, partners at wine PR agency O’Donnell Lane, are currently carrying the baton for the forum.  They tell XChateau about transitioning the forum to virtual, launching a mentorship program, and filing for 501c3 status.  This episode is sponsored by Repour, the simple, effective way to preserve your wine...without planning ahead.  Extensively used by top sommeliers, wineries, and wine students, Repour prevents wasted wine and saves money.  Find out more at repour.com and listen to Episode 24, where CEO Tom Lutz gives us all the details on Repour.  Detailed Show NotesThe mission of The Bâtonnage Forum - to open up the conversation about women and wine and create a safe space to have difficult conversationsFounded in 2018 by Stevie Stacionis and Sarah BraySet up to “pass the baton” every two yearsKatie and Rebecca are the lead organizers for 2020 and 2021This brings in new ideas and changes to the organizationThe Bâtonnage Forum has transformed from 1 day in Napa to a robust, active community from all sectors of the wine industryThe broad focus is a unique selling pointIt’s a platform for education and engagementThey have gotten lots of positive, direct feedback (thank yous, emails, volunteers who want to be involved) The Forum1st two forums held in NapaWent from 1 day to multi-day, multi-session virtual forum, expanding the audience to all of North America and some global participants2021 - will be 3 days at the end of JuneThe issueOnly ~30-40% of wine businesses are women-ownedOnly 14% of CA wineries have female head winemakers, though this has improved someThe Sommelier industry has meager female participation#metoo movement has been helpfulHow to HelpStep 1 - acknowledge and recognize the issue, join the conversation, including at the Bâtonnage ForumStep 2 - improve HR and hiring practicesStep 3 - mentoring (spread the word about the mentorship opportunities to potential mentees), education (including WSET, MW, etc.…), and shaking up the conversationDonations (currently filing for 501c3 status)2020 accomplishmentsPivoted in-person forum (was planning to be at Sonoma Broadway Farms) to virtual due to Covid with 10 sessions, 35 speakers, and 20 winemakers and chefs for a virtual walk-around tasting2021 InitiativesLaunched Mentorship Program - Level 1 of 3Mentoring leads include the founders, Priyanka French, Tonya Pitts, and Mary MaherSponsored by Napa Valley VintnersFiling for 501c3 non-profit status, targeting $10k/year for 3 yearsLaunching a Bâtonnage Forum branded canned wine with NomadicaWant to dive deeper into uncomfortable conversationsActively collaborates with other gender and under-represented inclusion groupsDiversity in Wine Leadership Forum - bringing the various diversity and inclusion groups together to understand what each group brings to the table and avoid overlapAssemblage in Willamette ValleyWonder Women of Wine (now Lift Collective) in TexasBlack Wine Professionals by Julia ConeyHow we’ll know when we’re “there” - when there’s no longer a place for diversity committees in organizations

35mins

3 Mar 2021

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We all have our own SACUY flavor with THE Rebecca Johnson

The Sauce Podcast with Jazzy Pla

Join the conversation and community on Instagram Find us at: The show- @thesaucepodcastYour host: @jazzyplaYour Sponsor: @majestymktg - Social media and Business consulting 

43mins

11 Feb 2021

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Ep. 36: Interview with Rebecca Johnson, The Plant Rich Life

Pivot! A Vegan Business Interview Series

MEET OUR GUEST: After years of struggling with fibroids and ovarian cysts and multiple surgeries, Rebecca had a pre-cancer diagnosis. She was at her wits end and started researching the connection between growths and diet. Person after person shared how cutting out meat had changed the state of their health. She chose to start eating a live plant-based diet and everything changed. She averted a fourth surgery and any other treatment, left a career in consumer marketing and was certified in plant-based nutrition. Her former professional journey included modeling, acting, sales, marketing, and health education. Twenty plus years later after a fatal diagnosis, Rebecca has dedicated herself to offering wellness solutions to help women transition from a low-nutrient Standard American Diet (SAD) to a nutrient-dense dynamic lifestyle through plant-based living. She is a health supportive chef teaching plant-based culinary classes and providing personal chef services. Rebecca teaches a culinary camp for kids, is a public speaker programming consultant. experience as a health supportive chef includes nutrition coaching, public speaking and program consulting. She is committed to impacting health outcomes through her service to women and moms as they reach their personal and family health goals. Rebecca is a program director at Wellness in the Schools which teaches kids healthy habits to live and learn better in schools. IG: @plantrichlife FB: The Plant Rich Life www.plantrichlife.com Subscribe to Pivot! A Vegan Business Interview Series on Soundwise

39mins

19 Oct 2020

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Fourteen months in, Rebecca Johnson has had few chances to catch her breath

Registered

In this week’s episode, Tim Stauffer sit down with Rebecca Johnson, the director of the Southeast Kansas Multi-County Health Department, to talk about her first fourteen months on the job. In her short tenure, she’s been tasked with leading Allen, Anderson, Bourbon and Woodson counties in their response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Rebecca and Tim talk about what the SEK Multi-County Health Department is doing—as well as where it can improve—in its efforts to keep us all safe and healthy.

34mins

6 Jun 2020

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EP 327 | SPOTLIGHT on Concierge Psychology Meet Rebecca Johnson Osei, PsyD, ABPP, CEO/Owner

DocPreneur Leadership Podcast

By Michael Tetreault, Editor-in-Chief, Concierge Medicine Today, Host, The DocPreneur Podcast Today our special guest to join The DocPreneur Leadership Podcast is a good friend and an innovative visioneer in the her field. We recently sat down with Dr. REBECCA JOHNSON OSEI, PSYD, ABPP. In our in-depth interview we talk about a variety of healthcare and patient-centered topics. From telehealth consultations, Physician burnout, ways Doctors and patients can work more closely together to tackle and identify mental health issues and so much more.   Dr. Osei's resume includes work in adolescent treatment centers, correctional facilities, substance-abuse treatment, community mental health facilities, sex-offender treatment, crisis services and in-patient settings. Her clients have included those with dual-diagnoses, severe and persistent mental health disorders, co-occurring legal and social issues, substance abuse, and victims of trauma and abuse. In these various settings her primary responsibilities have included providing individual therapy, group therapy, assessment, treatment planning, crisis intervention, family therapy, and couples counseling. Dr. Osei has harnessed her diverse mental health background to become the premiere provider of concierge and VIP psychotherapy in Atlanta. Dr. Osei is a Board Certified Clinical Psychologist (ABPP) and holds an active Georgia Psychologist License (# PSY003736). After graduating summa cum laude with degrees in Psychology, English and Biology from the University of Massachusetts, Dr. Osei completed her M.A. and Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology. She has worked in a number of diverse treatment settings, with clients from all walks of life. From homeless veterans to public figures, Dr. Osei has assisted clients in shaping the next stages of their lives while coping with complex mental and emotional issues. Dr. Osei currently focuses on work with high achieving individuals to help them thrive in all aspects of their lives. About Concierge Psychology, ATLANTA, GA drosei@conciergepsychology.com Concierge Psychology Buckhead 3379 Peachtree Rd NE, Ste 975 Atlanta, GA 30326 Main Office Telephone: 678-635-9830 Concierge Psychology Midtown 480 John Wesley Dobbs Ave NE, Ste 180 Atlanta, GA 30312 Main Office Telephone: 404-939-5207 My Mission It is my goal to help you become the best you that you can be. While everyone's individual therapy goals are different, the general goal of happiness and success is paramount in every session. How can we make you happier? I strive to provide every client with an extraordinary client experience and excellent customer service in a relaxing environment so that you can finally focus on what YOU need. History After working in community mental health settings, Dr. Osei realized the need to provide services to people from all walks of life, and the difficulty of finding discreet services for those whose lifestyle may preclude obtaining services in a typical office setting. As a result, she founded the first true Concierge Psychology practice in Georgia. RESOURCES MENTIONED http://www.conciergepsychology.com/ www.conciergemedicineforum.com www.conciergemedicinetoday.com www.DocPreneurPress.com

1hr 13mins

15 May 2020

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185: 4 Critical Keys for More Impact and Influence with Jen Arnold, Founder of Redesigning Wellness and Rebecca Johnson, Cofounder of ViDL Solutions

Redesigning Wellness Podcast

As wellness professionals, we are constantly seeking ways to increase our impact and influence within our organizations. Today, Jen Arnold, our host and founder of Redesigning Wellness and Rebecca Johnson, cofounder of ViDL Solutions seek to jumpstart your path to confidently bring your organization into the next generation of wellness all while building your credibility as a thought leader within your organization or with your client. In this webinar turned podcast, Jen and Rebecca discuss the 4 critical keys for more impact and influence, as well as high level ideas to get you thinking about what needs to change in the wellness industry and in your own organization.  Rebecca discusses the importance of reframing the value proposition away from cost savings toward people development, shifting from offering incentives for change to creating the ideal conditions for change, and moving away from a weight focus of health to health regardless of size.  Jen shares her personal experience with weight focused programs and their lack of sustained success. Lastly, she explores a few methods for connecting wellness programs to business priorities, and why this is vital to increasing influence and getting a spot at the table. For links mentioned in today's episode visit: http://bit.ly/Redesignpod

1hr 3mins

1 Apr 2020

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Episode 4: Dr. Rebecca Johnson

Paint the Town Dead

The story of Dr. Rebecca Johnson, a polarizing figure who was taken advantage of by a flimflam man (Andrew and Caitlin's new favorite word). Andrew then recounts some of his medical history. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 15mins

31 Mar 2020

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