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22 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ann Johnson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ann Johnson, often where they are interviewed.

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22 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ann Johnson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ann Johnson, often where they are interviewed.

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Host Amy-Lou Johnson is joined by her older cousin, Rebekah Johnson! Together, they chat why your 30's are better than your 20's, hilarious dating failures and why you should wear crystals down your bra!

Nov 27 2020 · 39mins
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Goshen Author Nedna-Ann Johnson

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Ms. Nedna-Ann Johnson discusses her mission -- a new Goshen Publishers book -- to share her personal testimony of a narrow escape.

Oct 11 2020 · 20mins

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Gospodyni Lucy Ann Johnson prowadziła spokojne życie razem z mężem i dwójką dzieci - Lindą i Danielem. Wszystko zmieniło się w maju 1965 roku gdy kobieta niespodziewanie zniknęła. Przez aż 52 lata w sprawie nie było żadnych nowych tropów i wszystko wskazywało na to, że zagadka pozostanie nierozwikłana na zawsze. Tak było do czasu aż w 2013 roku niespodziewanie nastąpił największy możliwy przełom.

Sep 15 2020 · 16mins
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Cybersecurity, Digital Empathy, And Human Behavior | RSAC 2020 APJ | Ann Johnson & Sauvik Das

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In this episode, we continue our journey to RSAC APJ by talking about the human side of cybersecurity. The human element was the main therm of RSAC SF and, of course, the focus remains there for APJ.

We invited Ann Johnson and Sauvik Das to share their ideas and findings behind the many reasons why cybersecurity behaviors are so hard to control and find the right way to make it part of our everyday life — business and personal life if we can even dare to break them apart.

As you can guess it was simply impossible to not have an amazing conversation with such incredible thinkers. We are sure you will enjoy this podcast as much as we enjoyed recording it.

Here are the abstracts for their presentation

Ann Johnson
‘When billions of people formed the largest remote workforce in history, overnight, the cybersecurity industry learned much more than how to scale virtual private networks. We were reminded that security technology is fundamentally about improving productivity and collaboration through inclusive end-user experiences. Ann Johnson, corporate vice president at Microsoft, shares the five long-term security implications of the global pandemic, how it will give rise to digital empathy, and how it will ultimately influence the future of cybersecurity.‘

Sauvik Das
‘Little is known of the complex social consequences of our security behaviours, and vice versa. Sauvik Das’s work on social cybersecurity bridges this gap. He will present work describing how social influences affect end-user cybersecurity behaviors through a series of empirical studies, including an analysis of how cybersecurity behaviours diffused through the social networks of 1.5 million Facebook users.‘

Ann Johnson | Sauvik Das

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Jul 19 2020 · 40mins

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Recognize Your Ability to Make an Impact, with Ann Johnson Stewart

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Ann Johnson Stewart has been the president of Professional Engineering Services since its inception in October 1995. For over 20 years PES has provided civil engineering services to many large and small clients in the state of Minnesota. Ann’s experience and connections in the field of materials testing and civil engineering are what have enabled the firm to consistently grow throughout the years. Ann has been an instructor in the Civil Engineering Department at the University of Minnesota (Minneapolis campus) for 22 years. She was the Faculty Director of the Construction Management program for 15 years, ending her tenure in that position to focus on her role at PES in June of 2015. Ann graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville with a degree in Civil Engineering in 1986, and received her Master’s of Civil Engineering from the University of Minnesota -Twin Cities in 1994. Ann is a member of DBIA Upper Midwest, the WTS, APWA, and the Minnesota Surveyors and Engineers Society.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:
  • Ann’s life as an entrepreneur in civil engineering
  • Why Ann decided to run for the state senate
  • How Ann is juggling a run for office, managing her business, and taking care of her family at home during the COVID-crisis
  • How Ann manages her time when there are not enough hours in the day to hit her goals
  • The different ways we can take advantage of the time we’ve been given back due to the global pandemic
  • How the responsibilities to win an election and run a business co-exist
  • Ann’s plans for the future
Resources: Anyone Can Make a Difference

I have known Ann Johnson Stewart for a very long time now and she is one of the most extraordinary human beings I have ever met. Ann is an engineer and a teacher, and in spite of the chaotic lifestyle that entrepreneurship brings, she is pursuing a career in politics as well. Every time she sees an opportunity, she answers the call. Coupled with her drive to excel in everything she does, it is no surprise she has decided to run for the state senate. There is a switch she just can’t turn off. In this episode of the Intentional Greatness podcast, Ann joins us to share her story.

Look for the Next Mountain to Climb

Many people who reach the pinnacle of success are content with staying there. But at the height of Ann’s success, she began looking for her next peak to summit. After she attended the Women’s March post-election in 2017, Ann was inspired by the realization that everyone around her could make a difference. She realized her own power to create change in this world, and since then she has been looking for new ways to harness it. The idea to run for the state senate has been hibernating since then and it has finally come to fruition.

Not Enough Hours in a Day

In general, women are more hesitant to run for office because they are weighed down by their limiting beliefs and inhibitions. Once we realize that we are all qualified to make an impact and we act from the heart, there is no telling how much we could accomplish. It’s not for everyone, but if it is something you have wanted to do, stop hesitating. Ann is pursuing this opportunity amidst a global pandemic while she continues to run a business and take care of her family at home. Anyone can make a difference if they are committed. There are never going to be enough hours in the day to accomplish everything you set your heart to, but Ann has shown that you can still achieve your primary goals either way.

Apr 29 2020 · 36mins
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The Luminous Mind Relit Series - Episode 024 - Mary Ann Johnson, Homeschool Coach

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Mary Ann Johnson is the President and founder of Home School Coach Limited. She is a writer, teacher, mentor and coach. Her company focuses on teaching parents to connect with their children in simple ways and to have more confidence in their parenting through personal change. She has taught thousands of children over 40 years and helped hundreds of parents find greater satisfaction and joy in their family relationships. To learn more about Mary Ann, go to our website: theluminousmind.net

The Luminous Mind Relit Series is our COVID-19 assistance to new families coming into homeschooling due to school closures. All episodes released with this series are considered some of the BEST mentors on home education and family learning

Apr 20 2020 · 40mins
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36 - Ann Johnson - Ripplefold Panels

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30 Minutes with Workroom Tech is sponsored by

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Ann Johnson of Sew Easy Windows, joins us today to talk about Ripplefold Panels.  You can find more on Susan's Blog.

You can find Ann's Workroom Channel class here.

Mar 25 2020 · 29mins
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Ann Johnson & Ron Green Discuss Cyber Talent Initiative

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Ann Johsnon, CVP of Cybersecurity Solutions Group at Microsoft and Ron Green, EVP and CSO at Mastercard join the Alliance Podcast to discuss the Cyber Talent Initiative.  

This program brings together the private and public sectors of the United States and creates a direct pathway to employment in the information security industry.

We discuss the #talentgap, its impact on both private and public sector jobs, who qualifies for the program, what kind of assistance is provided and much more.

Ron and Ann both serve on the Alliance Board of Directors and prove just why global organizations like Microsoft and Mastercard chose them as leaders.

Feb 20 2020 · 44mins
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Adam Torres interviews Felicia Ann Johnson Founder at FRAT House Counseling

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Adam Torres interviews Felicia Ann Johnson Founder at FRAT House Counseling in this episode.

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Jan 23 2020 · 10mins
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Beverly Ann Johnson

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After months of begging, my wife Beverly finally consented to an interview.  As this series is mostly directed to our young people with some exceptions, Beverly was kind enough to share her career experiences as both a bank executive and educator.

It is with great pleasure that I present this podcast interview of my wife Beverly.

I specifically hope our young people take a listen.


Nov 17 2019 · 25mins