HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOMIE! Let's talk about friends. The ones we grow up with, the ones we met along the way and the ones we out grew. This episode I brought on one reoccurring guest, Monique Williams. We talk about the first time we met, what we thought about one another and much much more.
An in-depth discussion about Holistic Self-Care with Monique Williams
Road Map To Multi-dimensional Wellness
Let's talk about the different levels of self-care, and why you should be addressing each of them. Connect with Monique at www.holisticselfcareinstitute.com as well as on other Social Media platforms like Instagram and Facebook--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gina-welds-hulse/support
COVID-19 Health Disparities among African American and Latinx Seniors - with Dr. Monique Williams
Psychology of Aging with Dr. Regina Koepp
#020 - With COVID rates on the rise, and African American and Latinx folks 2-3 times more likely to have COVID than White Americans, I wanted to bring an expert on the podcast today to share a little bit about why there is this health disparity and what we can do to reduce this disparity, protect ourselves, our families, and strengthen our community in the midst of COVID. Before we get started, I want to acknowledge that COVID is lasting longer than many of us anticipated. If you're an older adult, or caring for an older adult during COVID, download the free COVID-19 Wellness Guide for Older Adults. It'll help you weather this storm. Here’s a look inside my interview with Dr. Monique Williams:[05:04] Dr. Williams describes her person-centered approach to practicing medicine in outpatient primary care with older adults.[09:55] For most of us, our life's passion is not realized until after Kindergarten, but this was not the case for Dr. Williams. Dr. Williams' interest in geriatric medicine started very early.[13:33] Unfortunately, there are many health disparities that disproportionately affect African Americans. Dr. Williams discusses some of these disparities and shares what is contributing to these disparities. [22:31] To scientists researching topics in minority communities, Dr. Williams asks important questions, like: "Do clinicians and researchers have a commitment to the community? Are they going to actually engage with the community in a sustained manner? Or do they simply get what they want and then leave?"Listen to Dr. Williams' recommendations for minority research.[24:37] Learn about one community's efforts to systematize COVID response and testing[27:34] Dr. Williams shares her recommendations for older adults surrounding COVID-19.[33:29] Senior care communities have been disproportionately impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic, ranging from high rates of COVID in some communities to high rate of isolation in others. Dr. Williams shares tips for senior care communities.[37:52] Dr. Williams describes her personal experience of overcoming COVID and shares an important message.Click here to listen!Help older adults stay mentally well during COVID-19. Download the FREE COVID-19 WELLNESS GUIDE for Older Adults!Check out the show notes here!Rate and Review Psychology of Aging Podcast with Dr. Regina KoeppIf you're on Apple Podcasts, help me help others by rating and reviewing my show. Reviews let others- just like you- care for the older adults in their lives.It's simple: 1. Just click here2. Scroll down to "Ratings and Reviews" 3. Tap or click "Write a Review"I read them all. Thank you!
Rooting For Everything Black: Monique Williams | 3BC Podcast | KUDZUKIAN
3BC (Three Black Chicks) powered by KUDZUKIAN
On this episode of 3BC, Joy, your Hostess with the Mostest, is joined by Clo and One Solo. We kick start our series, Rooting For Everything Black, which is dedicated to showcasing, successful black people, specifically black women, in positions of power and influence throughout the community. We kick off the series with Monique Williams, Chef and Co-Owner of Trap Fusion. Make sure to catch all new episodes of 3BC on the Kudzukian App.
Episode #3 With Monique Williams of New Realm Transportation & Logistics Services
Selfpaid Entrepreneur Radio
On this episode #3 of spe radio I chop it up with Monique Williams the owner and CEO of her company New Realm Logistics Services LLC in Dallas tx. We talk about what motivates her, how she came into entrepreneurship,her business model,& what keeps her going.This is an interesting and motivating conversation. www.newrealmlogistics.com
Dawn Monique Williams discusses OSF’s 2020 production of “Bernhardt/Hamlet,” playwright Theresa Rebeck’s fact-meets-fiction exploration of legendary actress Sarah Bernhardt’s determination to play Hamlet in the late 19th century. #BernhardtHamletOSF osfashland.org/2020
The Sharvette Mitchell Radio Show airs every Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. EST. Find out more about our host and guests at www.Sharvette.comOur Guest: Monique WIlliamsAs a busy single mother of a very active schoolager, Monique Williams, MA, CPLC, balances quite a few hats with her private practice and her personal life. She is an author, entrepreneur, educator, public speaker, girls high school basketball coach, community activist, and PTO Executive who is constantly making moves!
Episode 60 - Rebecca-Monique Williams, heart-led leader & Head of People at Attest
Value through Vulnerability (boosted by HumansFirst) and sponsored by Aequip
The weekly #HumansFirst open and inclusive calls can all be found here -> https://humansfirst.club/events Find the Aequip team at https://www.aequip.co.uk/ I was so inspired by my recent conversation with Rebecca-Monique Williams who is head of people at tech startup Attest and one of the most authentic heart-led leaders I have had the pleasure to meet. I first met Rebecca-Monique after watching her deliver her first Disrupt HR talk in London in March 2019 - you can find that here -> https://vimeo.com/325942049 Rebecca-Monique is a deep thinker, a pragmatist and believer in the value of humans to transform themselves and the organisations they work for. We discussed a range of topics today including her origin story, vulnerability, leadership, emotional intelligence, education, inclusion and so much more. Rebecca-Monique can be contacted via the following means: LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/rebeccamonique/ Website - https://www.rbccmnq.com/ Bio: I'M ON A MISSION TO ENABLE OTHERS TO ACTUALISE THE HIGHEST VERSIONS OF THEMSELVES. MY INTENTION IS THAT BY HELPING THEM ALIGN THEIR PURPOSE WITH THEIR CAREER THEY'LL BE ABLE TO CARRY OUT MEANINGFUL WORK. I do this through inspiring and motivational storytelling that connects human experiences with everyday work life. Email – email@example.com Vimeo - https://vimeo.com/414211396 LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/garryinterpersonalcatalyst/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/GarryIPCatalyst --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/valuevulnerability/message
Masters of the Stage Regional Originals with M. Graham Smith: Dawn Monique Williams
SDCF Masters of the Stage
Hosted by M. Graham Smith, we are delighted to bring you the third episode of our podcast series – Masters of the Stage Regional Originals with M. Graham Smith: a series of interviews with some of the most exciting Directors and Choreographers working in America’s regional theatres today. This week Graham is with Dawn Monique Williams. They dig into Dawn's path to where she is today, her de-colonized practice, and her hopes for the future of American Theater.