We’ve taken cover in the jungle and laid bait of some intriguing research in the wild to snare planner, pattern spotter and people watcher, Sarah Benson, this week. Currently a Senior Planner at adam&eveDDB, Sarah is an exceptionally talented strategic mind with 12 years’ experience making telly ads, creating brands and finding out what people really think. She chats to us on being fired from her first job at IKEA, tackling industry biases, why planners should pay attention to the mundane, pattern spotting, research in the wild, cracking on, hard pants and lots more. Plus, a bonus pitch story of power, corruption and blueberry cheesecake. ///// Follow Sarah on Twitter Sarah proudly dedicates this episode to @izzihays, give them a follow too Check out her film recommendation The Florida ProjectSarah’s book recommendations are: The Optimists Telescope by Bina Venkataraman Trick Mirror by Jia Tolentino Perfect Pitch by Jon Steel /////
#181 ARE THEY #TooIntoYou? W/CEO OF WOMEN’S AID SARAH BENSON & JULIANA SHIEL
**Content warning: domestic violence and abuse** HEY GALZ! This week we sat down with CEO of Women’s Aid Ireland Sarah Benson to talk about the #toointoyou campaign; focusing on intimate relationship abuse. We also spoke to Juliana Shiel who recently went public with her story of abuse in an early relationship. If you are concerned about your own or a friends relationship you can contact Women’s Aid for free, 24 hours a day on 1800 341 900. Find out more about the Too Into You campaign on toointoyou.ie and visit Women's Aid on https://www.womensaid.ie/ Follow Juliana: https://www.instagram.com/juliana_shiel/ 💖 www.itgalzpodcast.com *Media/business enquiries please email email@example.com * INTRO SONG BY MAI: https://www.instagram.com/celaviedmai/ XGALZ: www.patreon.com/itgalzpodcast Instagram @itgalzpodcast Gmail firstname.lastname@example.org Artwork is by @niaraface ****Our opinions are our own and do not reflect those of the wonderful companies who choose to sponsor our show, or represent any of the organisations or individuals that are mentioned on our podcast.**** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Eastenders have had a harrowing domestic abuse storyline running for a year. On Friday, it culminated in Chantelle being murdered by her husband. Sarah Benson is the CEO of Women’s Aid and spoke to Jen about the reality of domestic abuse in Ireland and how lockdown made it worse for so many women.
Self-reflection is important but is it really? This week the boys attempt to follow the bombastically positive Sarah Benson's self-care and be alone with their own thoughts. They discuss how their alone time went, Michael's diet, and the worst thing they've ever done. Hope no one uses this as blackmail! Thank you as always to Gila Teen for our intro and outro music from the song Skeletor. If you're ever in Denver be sure to stop by our generous host - the Mutiny Information Cafe.
In this episode Mark Masters talks to Sarah Benson, a comedy transplant from upstate New York with seven years of comedy experience. Mark drives Sarah from Denver to an open mic at Hodi's in Ft. Collins, CO and they talk comics, comedians, and stand up comedy. They discuss: - transplant open mic comedians - 7 years of comedy - The Appalachian trail - Rejection - Orlando comedy scene - Confidence and being genuine - Rochester, NY comedy scene - The Comedy Works New Talent system / hierarchy - Relentless positivity - Bombing - Not being able to see the audience - Nate Brown, host of Hodi's open mic - Clean comedy - Thick Skin - Meeting famous people, Jerry Seinfeld - Does improv help stand up? - Walt Disney World employee lessons - A firing worthy joke on the jungle cruise - Crazy comedy stories, nudity and parents (not the same story!) - Attractive looks and comedians - Let's Talk About Sets podcast - What to wear for stand-up - Zeke Herrera - Sarah's podcast (with Megan Deponceau) - Vail Comedy Show - Elliot Woolsey - @sarahmben on Twitter for joke evaluation - Writing process - Categorizing and organizing old material - Ben Roy - Sam Tallent - Mutiny open mic - Jose Macall and sensible ambition - Thoughts on Denver comedy scene - Not Good Yet the book - Getting stiffed for a paid show - Steamboat comedy - Pat Treuer - Mark Masters is not on Facebook - Sarah opened for Pete Holmes! - Cowboys at the mic - Crowd work and never asking questions - Silence on stage - Michelle Herring And much, much more. Strap in. This is a good one. Brought to you by Not Good Yet, the book by Mark Masters. www.notgoodyet.com
S18-19, Repisode 4: In Conversation with Jackie Sibblies Drury and Sarah Benson
Welcome to the second Repisode of our "In Conversation" series for Berkeley Rep's 50th Anniversary Season. In this part of the series, we talk to members of the creative team to learn more about their process and the world of the play. An abridged version of the conversation is included in print as part of the show's written program. Here, we talked to playwright Jackie Sibblies Drury and director Sarah Benson about the inspiration behind Fairview. As a heads up, this play is so hard to talk about without giving something away, so we recommend that folks come see the show before listening to this Repisode. Fairview runs October 4-November 4. Tickets are available at berkeleyrep.org!Follow Berkeley Rep on SoundCloud to keep up with the whole series. You can also listen on Apple Podcasts and Stitcher. Music credit to James Dinneen.
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Sarah Benson is the CEO of Ruhama. The Good Shepherd Sisters and the Sisters of Our Lady of Charity were credited with founding Ruhama on Ruhama's website up to February 2015, but all references to both those orders have been deleted from the pages of their website since, although some old annual report PDFs still mention […] The post Here's How 21 - Sarah Benson CEO of Ruhama appeared first on Here's How.