Listen to photographer and conservationist Jenny Wong share her passion for spreading awareness about the frontlines and last lines of climate change, the Arctic. Jenny is a proud fellow of the Canadian Geographical Society, cut from a line of refugees, always looking for new places to experience. Her work highlights climate change's direct impact on arctic wildlife, and ultimately the perilous intersection where wildlife meets Inuit communities. Jenny is extremely genuine and mindful of her role as a wildlife photographer, and her hard work and talent speak for themselves. -Check out, Jenny!Instagram: @jdubcapturesWebsite: https://www.jennwong.ca/--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/astheysay/message
#6 Jenny Wong: Time to Find Common Ground and Give A Shit About the Planet
The Inertia Network Podcast: Break Your Inertia
Jenny Wong is a Canadian photographer and environmental scientist. Her journey behind the lens was never the end destination but through her own exploration has found a voice and purpose to share her photography; to educate others on the real problems our environment is facing and translating that knowledge to action. We got a chance to dive into how she got started, adventuring through the arctic, and why polarizing opinions blocks progressive dialogue.
Michael and Ron talk with Environmental Consultant, Jenny Wong to discuss digital storytelling. Jenny takes us along on her arctic and Antarctic adventures describing the wild things and wild places that she has experienced.
S1E42 - Spilling The Tea on TEA - Jenny Wong & Elyse Petersen
2 SHARP CHEFS & A MICROPHONE
Why aren't we all drinking tea? Many other cultures believe in its restorative properties, but most Americans aren't there yet. Chefs Lorraine Moss & Louiie Victa talk with Jenny Wong, a Tea Sommelier, and Elyse Petersen, the CEO & Founder of Tealet. Hear how enjoying tea can be like enjoying wine. Learn what makes one tea much better than another. And find out why the production of tea to an expert can be just as important as the production of food to a chef. Yep, we are "spilling the tea" on tea. Find out more at https://2-sharp-chefs--a-microphone.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Ronan was at AlterConf, a traveling conference series that provides safe opportunities for marginalized people and those who support them in the tech and gaming industries, and one of the speakers Jenny Wong, spoke to Ronan. Jenny is a Community Engineer at Human Made and was also part of the organising team at WordCamp London, a major WordPress conference that took place earlier this year. Jenny spoke about accessibility and gave some great tips you should use when planning a conference. Jenny also spoke about diversity in the tech community and burnout amongst developers which is something that you rarely hear mentioned.
Jenny Wong (https://twitter.com/miss_jwo) is a community engineer at Human Made (http://hmn.md). The interview was recorded at the very first WordCamp Antwerp in Belgium (https://2016.antwerp.wordcamp.org).The video footage of this interview is available on Youtube: https://youtu.be/fsdYyA6SeC8. Read the blog post: https://blog.feryn.eu/jenny-wong-php-wordpress/In this interview we talk about how Jenny and I met. We also talk about Jenny's background, her involvement with PHP and her transition to the WordPress community.We also discuss the hash tag #HMGOES. Jenny and her colleagues use it every time they travel to WordPress events. ► Subscribe to my Youtube channel - http://youtube.com/ThijsFeryn► Listen to the podcast on iTunes - http://itunes.feryn.eu► Follow me on Twitter - http://twitter.com/ThijsFeryn► Read my blog - http://blog.feryn.eu► Check my presentations - http://talks.feryn.eu► Thanks to Combell for sponsoring the show - http://www.combell.com