67 Kamala Harris, College Football, and Education with Special Guest Ed Narain
We experienced some technical issues with Becca’s audio0:00: Ed Narain joins the pod! We open discussing Joe Biden’s selection of Senator Kamala Harris as his VP candidate.24:14: Maya Rudolph benefits from the selection for sure! Who should play our hosts in a biography of their lives and more polititainment!29:58: The hosts discuss the latest news of college football conferences canceling fall sports. Is it safe to play college football in a pandemic? We also discuss the movements started by Trevor Lawrence, KJ Sails, and other players in regards to a player’s association and more. 44:08: We discuss brick-and-mortar and remote learning and what school will look like this academic year with all of the uncertainty. 49:18: The #1 song on Ed’s fourteenth birthday, this week’s Floridaman story, shout-outs, and wrap-up!
Episode 126 – A Discussion On Racial Inequality With Ed Narain and Melanie Griffin
The Wise Idea
Episode 126 - A Discussion On Racial Inequality With Ed Narain and Melanie GriffinEpisode sponsored by DiverseChurchJobs.comWhile Coronavirus (COVID-19) is on the forefront of most of our minds, Race and Racial Injustice events in the US has forced the conversation to the forefront.We have intentionally deliberated about whether to take a break from our normal content or keep pushing through. We have (had / continue to have) some incredible guests and topics lined up for 2020. In some cases, we have paused some topics and in others we feel like its necessary to continue with some of the Guests that we've invited to be apart of our conversations.In today's episode, we have a candidate discussion that was initially hosted by Spread Your Sunshine around justice, race, racism, and what some clear steps forward include.You can connect with Ed Narain here: Twitter | Facebook | LinkedInYou can connect with Spread Your Sunshine here: WebsiteIf you need further assistance or have questions, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org==================For Coaching, Questions, or Additional Information:You can contact us at email@example.com - Subscribe via: iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn, RSS Feed, and SpotifyEnjoy what you're hearing & seeing? Do you mind Rating & Reviewing This Podcast?Your ratings and reviews help us place the podcast in front of new leaders and listeners. Your feedback also lets me know how I can better serve you.If you have the desire to donate financially to The Wise Idea Podcast, you can do so here. A donation of any amount will be helpful in allowing us to creating the movement to INSPIRE WISDOM.DONATE HERE!About Our Host: Christopher J. Harris, a native of Palatka, Fla., is currently Executive Pastor of Crossover Church of Tampa, Fla. He is also the Director of Administration & Vision Implementation working collaboratively with the Presiding Bishop's Office and Administration for Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International. He's served at ministries in Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Chicago,IL. He’s an author and blogger with two books, Temporary Assignments and Church Strategies and Ministry Systems. He's an alumnus of Florida State University, University of South Carolina, special studies at Princeton Theological Seminary and doctoral work at Nova Southeastern University. Harris currently resides in Florida with his wife Dr Carmen J Harris and their children.You can check him out here: www.ChristopherJHarris.comYou can see his Social media here on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Periscope, and LinkedIn ALL at @CJHarrisOneHere are Christopher’s Theological Beliefs: http://christopherjharris.com/what-i-believe/He is affiliated with the following organizations (among others): www.CrossoverChurch.org , https://www.fullgospelbaptist.org/, http://www.mosaix.info/ , and https://www.biblicalleadership.com/Thank You’s:My family for their commitment to the vision to inspire wisdom in others and release me to endeavors like this. To my Producer, Kevin Scullion. (Note: Want your name listed here? Leave a review of this podcast and you may find your name listed here…)
TB 31: Ed Narain is Working to Make A Bigger Difference in the Florida State Senate
Representative Edwin “Ed” Narain is a dedicated member of the Tampa Bay community and has served in various civic leadership roles for more than two decades. I've known him personally for almost 20 years from our time working together in Student Government at USF. In November 2014, Ed was elected to the Florida House of Representatives as the State Representative for District 61 and he is presently running for the Florida State Senate District 19 race, with hopes of making a bigger difference for his community, city and the state of Florida. Listen on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher Radio or TuneIn In this episode, I asked Ed: 02:45 What are you most grateful in your life right now? 06:25 Was there a specific moment when you realized what you were born to do? 07:45 What have been some of the biggest things you learned about yourself since taking the State Representative seat? 09:30 How do you find the right people for your team? 10:50 How do you prepare for really big moments speaking publicly? 12:30 How do you remain in a confident and positive mindset throughout the pressures of an election season? 14:30 What's one of the biggest mistakes you've made as a politician and leader? 16:20 How do you make time for your wife and children, in the midst of this busy election season? 17:20 What are some of the key attributes someone should be looking at Ed Narain for? Why Ed and why now? 26:20 An inspiring message from Ed Narain on the 3 Fs, taking action and just doing it! Links and resources: EdNarain.com Ed Narain on: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram Edwin's Book Recommendation: All Labor Has Dignity" (King Legacy) by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Edwin Narain's Bio Edwin “Ed” Narain is a dedicated member of the Tampa Bay community who has served in various civic leadership roles more than two decades. The oldest of three sons born to Aubron and Yvonne Narain (Fort Lauderdale, FL), Ed moved to Tampa in 1994 to attend the University of South Florida. There he was elected President of the Student Body (1997-98) and was voted USF’s First Fall Homecoming King. While at South Florida, he partnered with the United Way to develop the first Student driven United Way campaign and received the Department of Student Affairs first Student Leadership Award. In 2015, he received the USF President’s African American Advisory Committee’s Ike Tribble Kente Alumni Award. Ed works has worked with several organizations that are committed to helping children and the working poor. He is a member of the Children’s Board of Hillsborough County, and served for several years on the Hillsborough County Head Start Policy Council and the Hillsborough County Community Action Board. A Life member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., in 2008 he was honored as the Tampa Alumni Chapter’s Man of the Year. In 2010, he earned the alumni chapter’s Leadership Award for guiding the chapter to its first Southern Province Chapter of the Year Award as President. Professionally, Ed is a Regional Director with AT&T and is a three-time Florida Top Performance Manager of the Year (2009, 2010 & 2013). He has also earned two AT&T Summit Awards given to performers within the top two percent of the company (2005, 2013). A member of Leadership Florida’s College Leadership Florida (Class I) and Connect Florida (Class IV) statewide leadership programs, Ed earned a BA degree in Psychology and a Masters in Business Administration from Saint Leo University. In 2013, he completed a Leadership Certificate and earned a Jurist Doctorate degree from Stetson University College of Law where he also received the Dean’s Award for outstanding service to the law school. In November 2014, Ed was elected to the Florida House of Representatives as the State Representative for District 61. As a freshman legislator, Ed was elected Chairman of the Florida Legislative Black Caucus,
A Conversation With Florida State Rep., Ed Narain, District 61
America's Community Voices Network
Join us on Friday, May 8, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. for the next edition of our podcast, America's Community Voices Network, onBLOGTALKRADIO.COM, with our special guest the newly elected representative for the Florida State House of Representatives, District 61, Mr. Edwin Narain. Since his election to office during the last election cycle, the freshmen democrat has made his debut in the Florida State House with great distinction. He was the first freshman ever elected to lead theminority caucus (unprecedented) and he was the chief sponsor of a bill that was passed into law to provide critical training to police officers to recognize the symptoms of a diabetic episode. Known as "The Arthur Green Act," this critical bill was sponsored my Rep. Narain after Mr. Green's untimely during a traffic stop in which he was suffering a hypoglycemic episode. The police officers, through no fault of their own, did not recognize the symptoms and attempted to arrest Mr. Green for erratic and DUI driving. Mr. Green collapsed and died in what was at the least a highly preventable death.To listen live and participate in the program please call (347) 857-3350 to ask questions or make comments or go to BLOGTALKRADIO.COM . To listen to the program after the live show, on demand listening will be available on BLOGTALKRADIO.COM, ITUNES and Facebook.