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Jennifer Holland

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209. Jennifer Holland, Founder & CEO of Throat Scope, on Preparedness, Persistence and Revolutionising the Healthcare Industry

The Inner Chief

In this latest episode of our Best of Series, you’ll hear from Jennifer Holland, Founder & CEO of Throat Scope and Holland Healthcare, on preparedness, persistence and revolutionising the healthcare industry. chiefmaker.com/209 Jennifer’s passion lies in inventing, designing and developing medical products that will revolutionise the healthcare industry. Her first invention was Throat Scope, which was the recipient of $50,000 prize money for the ‘What’s Your Big Idea Queensland?’ in 2011, allowing her to build several prototypes and register a patent. In 2015, she secured investment from Steve Baxter on Shark Tank Australia, helping the business grow exponentially and attract significant publicity. Her mission is to raise awareness for Head & Neck Cancer & introduce an affordable oral health system for the underserved and she has received many awards for her entrepreneurship and volunteering, and actively participates in speaking and networking events internationally. In this episode we talk all about: Preparing for Shark Tank and the lessons applicable to career growth; How she lives her motto: believe, act, persist; Balancing life as a mumpreneur with 4 kids; and Taking opportunities and turning a no into a yes. Connecting with Jennifer Holland You can connect with Jennifer via LinkedIn.

39mins

8 Sep 2021

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Homeschooling with Littles with Jennifer Holland

Homeschool Guides

Welcome to episode 7 of the Homeschool Guides with your host, Ben Davis! In this episode, we meet with HomeWorks by Precept consultant Jennifer Holland about homeschooling with littles in the home. How do you balance teaching your older children and keeping them on track while also keeping your little ones entertained and engaged? How do you make sure your older children aren’t being distracted by your younger ones? What options do you have for keeping the littles engaged without just sitting them in front of a TV? Jennifer will share her insight from her experience of homeschooling with littles so you can grow and learn together as a family.Discover more Homeschool Guides.

21mins

30 Aug 2021

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914: Jennifer Holland on Bravely Making Your Business 1000% You

Simplify & Multiply

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35mins

26 Jul 2021

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Jennifer Holland - Do Your People Live Your Brand? (I1917)

Exit Coach Radio

Bill Black interviews Jennifer Holland of Holland People + Brands, who shares the importance of building a memorable , powerful and substantial brand.

20mins

19 Jan 2021

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Jennifer Holland, "Tiny You: A Western History of the Anti-Abortion Movement" (U California Press, 2020)

New Books in Gender

Although much has been written about the anti-abortion movement in the United States, Jennifer Holland (Assistant Professor of U.S. History, University of Oklahoma) has written the first monograph-length history of the pro-life campaign for American hearts and minds. In her book Tiny You: A Western History of the Anti-Abortion Movement (University of California Press, 2020), Holland explores the development of the movement from the legalization of Roe v. Wade in 1973 to the present with a focus on its cultural, social, political, and religious dynamics particularly in the American West, based in part on 28 oral histories collected from its activists and leaders. In this interview, we discuss the evolution of the movement’s rhetoric and tactics, including the manipulation of histories of oppression including slavery and the Holocaust to further anti-abortion campaigns, the cooption of concepts like morality and ethics, the uses of fetal imagery in protests and promotional materials, the achievement of legislative successes including the limitations placed on abortion access since the Bush years, and the personal as political (and vice versa). Ultimately, Holland argues that anti-abortion activists have won the American culture war, and now likely stand poised for ultimate victory in the coming years.Diana Dukhanova is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Slavic Studies at Brown University in Providence, RI. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

1hr 10mins

10 Jun 2020

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Jennifer Holland, "Tiny You: A Western History of the Anti-Abortion Movement" (U California Press, 2020)

New Books in History

Although much has been written about the anti-abortion movement in the United States, Jennifer Holland (Assistant Professor of U.S. History, University of Oklahoma) has written the first monograph-length history of the pro-life campaign for American hearts and minds. In her book Tiny You: A Western History of the Anti-Abortion Movement (University of California Press, 2020), Holland explores the development of the movement from the legalization of Roe v. Wade in 1973 to the present with a focus on its cultural, social, political, and religious dynamics particularly in the American West, based in part on 28 oral histories collected from its activists and leaders. In this interview, we discuss the evolution of the movement’s rhetoric and tactics, including the manipulation of histories of oppression including slavery and the Holocaust to further anti-abortion campaigns, the cooption of concepts like morality and ethics, the uses of fetal imagery in protests and promotional materials, the achievement of legislative successes including the limitations placed on abortion access since the Bush years, and the personal as political (and vice versa). Ultimately, Holland argues that anti-abortion activists have won the American culture war, and now likely stand poised for ultimate victory in the coming years.Diana Dukhanova is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Slavic Studies at Brown University in Providence, RI. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

1hr 10mins

10 Jun 2020

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Jennifer Holland, "Tiny You: A Western History of the Anti-Abortion Movement" (U California Press, 2020)

New Books in Political Science

Although much has been written about the anti-abortion movement in the United States, Jennifer Holland (Assistant Professor of U.S. History, University of Oklahoma) has written the first monograph-length history of the pro-life campaign for American hearts and minds. In her book Tiny You: A Western History of the Anti-Abortion Movement (University of California Press, 2020), Holland explores the development of the movement from the legalization of Roe v. Wade in 1973 to the present with a focus on its cultural, social, political, and religious dynamics particularly in the American West, based in part on 28 oral histories collected from its activists and leaders. In this interview, we discuss the evolution of the movement’s rhetoric and tactics, including the manipulation of histories of oppression including slavery and the Holocaust to further anti-abortion campaigns, the cooption of concepts like morality and ethics, the uses of fetal imagery in protests and promotional materials, the achievement of legislative successes including the limitations placed on abortion access since the Bush years, and the personal as political (and vice versa). Ultimately, Holland argues that anti-abortion activists have won the American culture war, and now likely stand poised for ultimate victory in the coming years.Diana Dukhanova is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Slavic Studies at Brown University in Providence, RI. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

1hr 10mins

10 Jun 2020

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Brand Development and Brand Management with Jennifer Holland

The Journey with Gina

Jennifer Holland of Holland Helix joins me to talk about the work that should go into protecting our brand at every touchpoint. We look at the difference between BRAND DEVELOPMENT, BRANDING and BRAND MANAGEMENT--How to build and protect your brand and how to maximize every touchpoint--on and offline. Connect with @Jennifer Holland here on Linkedin or email her at Jennifer@HollandHelix.com

41mins

21 Oct 2019

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230: Jennifer Holland on Brand Promise

Better Than Before with Tony Richards

Our podcast is designed to provide you with top business insights, fresh perspectives from world-class guests, and the tools you need to lead better than before. In this episode, Tony Richards interviews Jennifer Holland, Certified Brand Strategist, on creating and maintaining your brand promise.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

39mins

23 Jul 2019

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Summer Series Ep. 6 - Jennifer Holland, CEO of Throatscope

The Inner Chief

In this episode you’ll hear from Jennifer Holland, Founder and CEO of Throat Scope.   Jennifer’s passion lies in inventing, designing and developing medical products that will revolutionise the healthcare industry. Her first invention was Throat Scope, which has had outstanding success across the globe and began as the foundation of Holland Healthcare. Throat Scope was the recipient of ‘What’s Your Big Idea Queensland?’ in 2011, which included a $50,000 prize money from the Queensland government. This allowed Jennifer to develop and patent Throat Scope and have several working prototypes made. In 2015, Jennifer and Throat Scope were featured on Shark Tank Australia. Jennifer secured investment from Steve Baxter and this exposure propelled the business. In October 2015, Throat Scope was launched into the Australian retail and healthcare markets. Throat Scope broke a retail record with a company, which saw the product signed in seven days. Jennifer has since negotiated several lucrative distribution deals with both domestic and international companies. Jennifer has been awarded several awards for her hard work and determination which include, gold product innovation winner at the Ausmumprenuer Awards 2017, Best Presenter Award at the New York Venture Summit 2017, Edison Award Winner 2017, Lake Macquarie Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2016, Sydney Design Award Winner 2015 and QLD ‘What’s the big idea’ Winner of $50,000. Jennifer also actively participates in speaking and networking events internationally. Key Points: Jennifer outlines her incredible story of the invention of Throat Scope and the struggle to get it funded and into the market. Her mantra – Believe, Act, Persist has been at the core of her undying enthusiasm to make a difference. And her advice for the next generation of leaders is Don’t Settle, get out there with enthusiasm and persistence and try a different way if the first way doesn’t work. Jennifer’s top messages include: Prepare meticulously for big opportunities - I watched 108 episodes of Shark Tank US to prepare for it. When going for a big role you have to show your passion, purpose, excitement for wanting to be apart of their business Enthusiasm is everything When hiring someone for my team experience isn't all that necessary. It’s the passion and seeing someone who is persistent. And that wins every time over education and experience in an industry It took a long time to find the right mentors and advisors My business mantra is believe, act, persist Whatever I do I know there is another way to do it. So if one doesn't work I'll walk through another door. Free yourself of the worries that aren’t real - In life you always regret the things you don't do If you're open to finding opportunities they will come Opportunities are everywhere its just a matter of whether you're open to finding them Having mentors or advisors that give you confidence will give you more passion, excitement When people say to me, “no, you can't do that”, for me that is the biggest driver. I love the saying ‘Today's no is tomorrow's yes….You tell me no, and I'll turn it into a yes Don't settle Web: www.throatscope.com

37mins

2 Jan 2019

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