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Catherine Rogers

7 Podcast Episodes

Latest 25 Jun 2022 | Updated Daily

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Episode 5 - Catherine Rogers @ Cut Out Collage in conversation by Anna B. Sexton

Everyday Creativity

Catherine Rogers, is a collage artist, art therapist and creative social entrepreneur working across artforms from collage making workshops face to face or online, community arts workshops, 1-2-1 therapy programmes and work in prisons. The founder of Cut Out Collage in this episode she chats about what inspires her creatively, ways to find joy in the everyday, relax and recharge and forge an authentic creative path in the world. She is in the process of growing her creative start-up and honestly talks about what this takes and what she is learning about herself through this creative process. Every week you can catch Tuesday Tips on collage and Friday's are a celebration of the collage artists she is meeting along her way. Find out more about Catherine Rogers, founder of Cut Out Collage via; https://www.instagram.com/cut_outcollage/  https://www.cutoutcollage.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/catherine-rogers-76550786/ Get in touch with your host Anna B. Sexton via; https://www.instagram.com/annabsexton/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/open-to-create-anna-b-sexton/

45mins

7 Jun 2021

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episode 99-Catherine Rogers Oracle Intuitions

Phantom Faction Podcast - paranormal

Dan, Danny, and Raechel welome Catherine Rogers, a psychic intuitive and paranomal investigator in Edmonton Alberta. Catherine shares her stories and knowledge in these fields.Hosts: Dan, Danny and RaechelGuest: Catherine Rogers, Oracle IntuitionsMusic: Kevin McLeodAnnouncer: Mike B.

57mins

21 Apr 2021

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Arbitrator Intelligence CEO & Founder Catherine Rogers - LegalTechLIVE - Episode 098

LegalTechLIVE

What if we told you the annual international arbitration market was worth $2 Trillion? Would that make you more interested in what this #legaltech #startup is offering? Would it help you to see the value? Arbitrator Intelligence Reports contain crucial data and feedback about international arbitrators and arbitrations. This information and related analytics enable users to make better-informed decisions about arbitrator selection and case strategy. Data in Reports can be used to narrow a party’s pool of possible arbitrators to appoint, compare arbitrators being considered for appointment, and learn about arbitrators appointed by opposing parties or institutions. LegalTechLIVE has dealt with online dispute resolution options in the past, but we had not specifically dealt with international #arbitration and arbitrators. After learning more about the value of the matters in dispute as well as the lucrative nature of international arbitration, we think you'll pay closer attention to this market. Our guest Catherine Rogers has an impressive career in academia. She's also now the founder and CEO of this legaltech startup. She did what we'd like to see more startup founders do on the show... pitch her company and seek funding! More about Catherine Rogers & Arbitrator Intelligence: Catherine Rogers on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/catherine.... Arbitrator Intelligence on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Arbintelligence. Arbitrator Intelligence website: https://arbitratorintelligence.com/. More episodes on: https://legaltechlive.com/.     SHOW LESS

47mins

24 Sep 2020

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60. Catherine Rogers and Ben Samuel, Using Narrative Medicine to Foster Self-Expression and Understanding

Made Visible

Developed at Columbia University in 2000, narrative medicine isn’t quite like any other discipline out there. On today’s episode, I talk with Catherine Rogers and Ben Samuel, who both teach writing in the Program in Narrative Medicine at Columbia. We discuss what students learn in narrative medicine creative writing classes, how an education in narrative medicine can translate to medical settings, and how the program, with its students from many different backgrounds, is like a one-room schoolhouse.  Learn more about Catherine and Ben and check out the show notes here. Follow Made Visible on Instagram. Join our online community here. Provide us with feedback on the podcast here. 

38mins

12 Nov 2019

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Catherine Rogers, Arbitrator Intelligence

Tales of The Tribunal

              Technology and Data Analytics are changing nearly every aspects of our lives.  From Sports to business, to food and medical care—The world of #international #arbitration is not immune from the revolution nature of tech and data.  Innovators, like this week’s guest @Catherine Rogers, know this all to well and are providing #solutions to the industry’s needs.               Listen to her story of practical innovation and technology on the #SeasonFinale of #TalesOfTheTribunal 1) Penn State Launch Box 2) Musical References: Neil Diamond, De Andre, Zucchero 3) Book Reference: Frederick Douglas 4) Movie Reference: The Public CONTACT: TalesOfTheTribunal@Gmail.com LinkedIn None of the views shared today or any episode of Tales of the Tribunal is presented as legal advice nor advice of any kind.  No compensation was provided to any person or party for their appearance on the show nor do any of the statements made represent any particular organization, legal position or view point.  All interviewees appear on an arms-length basis and their appearance should not be construed as any bias or preferred affiliation with the host or host’s employer.  All rights reserved.

47mins

5 Sep 2019

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Catherine Rogers: future diva?

The Arts Past and Present: Diva - for iPod/iPhone

Introducing Catherine Rogers, aspiring operatic diva

1 Mar 2009

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Catherine Rogers: future diva?

The Arts Past and Present: Diva - for iPad/Mac/PC

Introducing Catherine Rogers, aspiring operatic diva

1 Mar 2009