Staying Joyful Through Everything w/ Pastor Jeff & Wendy Wilson
Lead Pastors of Church Unlimited, Jeff and Wendy Wilson join Limitless today to discuss the concept of joy, and how we can stay joyful through even the most difficult moments of life. They also finish the show, sharing some of the small things in life, which bring them joy.
Hambone starts off the New Year discussing some of his goals for 2021. Professional Genealogist Wendy Wilson Spooner is Hambone's guest of the week!https://podcastguests.com/expert/wendy+wilson+spooner/@Wendy_W_Spoonerhttps://wendywilsonspooner.com/Please follow Hambone on Twitter:@hb_presents@hb_showSend Hambone an email:email@example.comHambone's Amazon Wish List:https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/HG51P6E3ZXF0?&sort=default
How Wendy Wilson Spooner Tracks Down Her Characters (Episode 26)
Sarah Hamaker Fiction
On this episode of “The Romantic Side of Suspense,” I’m chatting with Wendy Wilson Spooner, Lic. G., LCoT, a professional genetic genealogist by day, a writer by night, and an artist in between. Her love of what we can learn from history compels her to write the true stories she unearths during research, and she’s found that truth is indeed much more exciting and inspiring than fiction. Wendy writes about family, faith, grief, art and overcoming obstacles in life by coming to know who we really are—children of God, and, the descendants of remarkable people who paved the way for us—even if they really struggled. She believes in learning from ancestors, honoring them, and then standing on their shoulders to become someone even better.As an award-winning author of professional articles and poems, Wendy Wilson Spooner turned to novel writing to share what she knows with a greater audience. When she is not writing or researching, she reads, hikes, paints, travels, binges on Bollywood movies, and spends time with her greatest loves—her family. Her debut novel, Once Upon an Irish Summer, is the first in a trilogy and has been an Amazon bestseller.“If somebody tells me the end of a book or a movie, it doesn’t ruin it for me,” Wendy said. “I still want to go back and read or watch it because I want to know how that ending came to pass.”Listen to the podcast for more from our interview, plus an excerpt from Once Upon an Irish Summer.Connect w/Wendy Website: https://wendywilsonspooner.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/authorWendyWilsonSpooner/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Wendy_W_Spooner Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wendyspooner/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wendy-wilson-spooner-07741249/
Topics Discussed in this Episode:Transitioning staff, faculty, and students during COVID-19Developing and implementing the inaugural Center for Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Equity at Albany StateHosting the television show, Realizing PotentialWhat it means to be your holistic self while working in higher edThe importance of community engagement in higher edResources Discussed in this Episode:Wendy WilsonAlbany State UniversityRealizing Potential television programMusic Credits: Magic by Six UmbrellasSound Engineer: Ernesto Valencia
Wendy Wilson | Associate AD for Compliance | UW-Parkside
1.Question Leadership Podcast
Wendy Wilson, Associate AD for Compliance & Student-Athlete Welfare at University of Wisconsin-Parkside, visits @TaiMBrown to discuss educating new coaches, students, and staff about compliance. Working through a 75% turnover within the athletics staff, Wilson details her process of continual education which helps onboard those new to the department. A self-proclaimed compliance nerd, she also talks about her love for learning which helps to keep her in tune with what is going on in the athletics industry.
Malagasy Roots with Wendy Wilson Fall, PhD and Teresa Vega
Research at the National Archives and Beyond
Wendy Wilson Fall and Teresa Vega will share the history and origin of Malagasy Roots and how DNA testing can help identify your Malagasy ancestry.Wendy Wilson Fall is Associate Professor and Program Chair of the Africana Studies Program at Lafayette College. Wilson-Fall has a PhD from Howard University’s African Studies Center, with a concentration in Social Anthropology. Her research engages questions of socio-cultural change and ethnic identity. She has published numerous journal articles and book chapters on these themes, including work from her field research in West Africa as well as her work in the U.S. on African American family narratives. At Lafayette College she and colleagues have built an interactive website using GIS visualization to explore the early demographics of families claiming Malagasy ancestry at http://digital.lafayette.edu/collections/madagascar. Her book, Memories of Madagascar and the Black Atlantic was released in October, 2015 by Ohio University Press. Teresa Vega's background in cultural anthropology helped her to research her ancestral roots. She began blogging to document the genealogy research she had been doing over the past several years. She is a proud member of both the NJ and NY Chapters of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society (AAGHS) and the Facebook Group African American Genealogy & Slave Ancestry Research. Since 2014,Teresa is the co-administrator of FTDNA's Malagasy Roots Project with CeCe Moore and a descendant of Malagasy enslaved people going back to the late 1600s and early 1700s from New York and Virginia.