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Jessica Cohen

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#26 Jessica Cohen – The Product Whisperer

Everything Borrowed with Andrew Blake

#26 Jessica Cohen – The Product WhispererMy guest today is Jessica Cohen, founder of The Product Agent. The Product Agent is the first of its kind online platform that puts brands in direct touch with TV & film industry decision-makers. Brands get seamlessly slotted behind-the-scenes and on-screen in today’s top TV and film productions without the high cost or headache of traditional networking methods. Jessica’s vast film and TV experience combined with her innovative marketing strategies and entrepreneurial nature has made her one of the most sought-after liaisons between brands and Hollywood, leading industry insiders to dub her “The Product Whisperer.”

34mins

5 Apr 2021

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Health Care by the Numbers: Jessica Cohen, Health Tech Reporter for Modern Healthcare

Healthcare NOW Radio Podcast Network - Discussions on healthcare including technology, innovation, policy, data security, telehealth and more. Visit HealthcareNOWRadio.com

On this fifth episode of Health Care by the Numbers, our host Todd Searls interviews Jessica Kim Cohen, a health and technology reporter with Modern Healthcare. At Modern Healthcare since 2019, Jessica writes about health care business, policy news and health care trends with a focus on digital health and innovations in technology. Before joining Modern Healthcare, she worked at Becker’s Hospital Review where she explored an expansive roster of technology topics. She has also been published in the Chicago Reader, Chicago Health Magazine, Baltimore City Paper and Baltimore magazine, and other regional news outlets. We can all see that technology and digital health delivery are increasingly important in the health care landscape. As just one example, use of electronic health records has grown enormously over the last twenty years due to both federal requirements and significant public and private investments. This means that everyone in the health care space needs to understand technology – this is not just for CIOs anymore. Jessica and Todd discuss how systems and providers are adapting to this world. The episode also digs into how access to technology creates equitable access to high quality care. There have been serious challenges in getting broadband internet access in rural areas – a huge issue as telehealth becomes increasingly important during the COVID 19 pandemic. There are exciting opportunities for patients to take charge of their own care with at-home health engagement platforms, but patients need to be trained and comfortable using these new tools. This episode covers many of today’s opportunities and challenges with technology and digital communication.twitter.com/hashtag/HCBTNPod twitter.com/SearlsTFind all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen/

36mins

14 Mar 2021

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Episode 26 – Jessica Cohen, Senior Customer Success Manager, Slack

ATL Career Journey

Welcome to Episode 26 of the ATL Career Journey. My guest is Jessica Cohen, Senior Customer Success Manager at Slack. I worked with Jessica at Macys and was always impressed with her analytical approach to solving complex problems. We shared a common passion for technology solutions and she has worked for some great companies to help customers work smarter. She also started off her path studying geology with a dream of working for NASA. As life offered up alternate opportunities, Jessica turned her focus to organizational behavior and customer experience. We talked about the valuable lessons of living overseas as well as recognizing those "change moments" that can take your career in unexpected directions. I hope you enjoy this podcast as much as I did!You can learn more about Jessica on LinkedIn or her company Slack. 

1hr 21mins

1 Nov 2020

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Episode 132: ‘Succubus’ (Jessica Cohen)

Bawdy Storytelling

Are you purposeful in your copulation? After 3 costumed, drug-fueled days at the Renaissance Faire, second generation sex-positive revolutionary Jessica Cohen leaves the company of her favorite strawberry blond 16th century mercenary trifecta - after tupping every wench, tapping every keg and snorting every substance - to head home to sleep a few hours before Monday comes. But when bong rips & 6 packs fail to induce slumber, Jessica and her boyfriend Kevin resort to acrobatic, energetic, singleminded sex…well, until the audible pop. Do you get to name the sex act when you break your partner doing it? #FollowTheFaire #WhosGuardingTheQueen Song: ‘Bad Guy’ (Nightcore, with Billie Eilish)  Saturday’s Bawdy Storytelling Livestream is themed ‘Jackpot!’, and it features storytellers Adam Ross, Luna Malbroux, Misha Bonaventura and Caz Killjoy, with music by Jefferson Bergey. It’s  happening THIS Saturday, July 18th at 7 PM Pacific/10 PM Eastern  Tickets are now available at https://bit.ly/BawdyJackpostLS What time is that for YOU? Use this: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html Make sure you’re notified of all upcoming Livestreams - and find out when live shows resume - by signing up at https://bawdystorytelling.com/subscribe Episode Links (MARTY, please add links for the 5 things as you did last week) 5 Things that make us Happy This week’s focus: Creativity in the face of Uncertainty 1. Author Charlie Jane Anders Is creating a book about storytelling that is designed for this moment in time. Check this out: “From author Charlie Jane Anders, Never Say You Can’t Survive is a how-to book about the storytelling craft, but it’s also full of memoir, personal anecdote, and insight about how to flourish in the present emergency.” Charlie Jane is an old friend, and I can’t wait to buy the book! Till then, they’re releasing a chapter a week on tor.com 2.  Have you ever tossed a coin into a fountain and felt the fear fly off your fingertips, right along with that penny? Hold your breath and Make a wish.  3. “There is no one way: a collection of reflections, routines and advice for creative life in a pandemic” Extraordinary Routines takes a look at how artists are coping during COVID. 4. My friend Catherine Burns (Artistic Director of The Moth) introduced me to the work of Krista Tippett, best known for the award-winning podcast and radio show On Being . Here Krista Tippett answers “How can I find my footing in a shifting world?” I love how she talks about stories here. Link:  Oh and On Being has also created this Care Package for Uncertain Times. 5. Ready to build your own world? Study Shantell Martin’s TED Talk on How Drawing can Set you Free BONUS: I love coloring books. I have a huge set of colored pencils and often color when I’m stressed (and before you say it: Nope, I don’t stay inside the lines!). This one sounds perfect for right now  We’re gonna get through this, y’all! But I need your help: Send uplifting articles & links for Bawdy’s 5 things to be Grateful For, let me know if you want to be credited, and we’ll spread the good word. Email your inspiration to dixie@BawdyStorytelling.com -  & Thanks! Patreon: Wanna make sure Bawdy’s podcast and livestream events (& one day, our live events) continue?  A global pandemic and economic devastation means that the live events that once kept Bawdy Storytelling afloat..well, they’re gone. So join us on Patreon; Bawdy would not exist right now without it. Bawdy’s future is dependent on Patreon to get us through this… we’ve always been listener supported, but right now, Patreon is our everything - and becoming a member of our Patreon ensures that Bawdy can make it through this difficult time. And the rewards you get in exchange for your support are getting better: Our $10/month Patreon supporters now receive - in addition to ad-free episodes of the podcast - new rewards like free tickets to our Livestream shows, access to the livestream recordings, our behind-the-scenes story coaching series, story videos from the live show & more. Thanks so much for your support during this catastrophic loss of show revenue, friends! Want to ensure that Bawdy make it through the Apocalypse? Become a Member at https://www.patreon.com/Bawdy Wanna support Bawdy in ways other than on Patreon?  Venmo: Venmo.com/BawdyStorytelling.com Paypal: BawdyStorytelling@gmail.com Zelle: BawdyStorytelling@gmail.com (& Thank You!) Purchasing Bawdy Merchandise is another way to Help: Bawdy Storytelling offers a new line of fragrance & lube for your favorite podcast fan: #BawdyGotMeLaid perfume, Bawdy Butter, hair & bawdy oil, #BawdyGotMeLube & more. It’s at BawdyStorytelling.com/Merchandise #BestGiftEver Want a Bawdy Buttplug? Email me, let’s make that happen! Check out our Bawdy Storytelling Fiends and Fans group on Facebook - it’s a place to discuss the podcast’s stories with the storytellers, and share thoughts with your fellow listeners - and help Dixie make the podcast even better. It’s at https://www.facebook.com/groups/360169851578316/ Upcoming Bawdy Storytelling LIVE Events: This weekend’s Bawdy Storytelling Livestream is themed ‘Jackpot!’, and features storytellers Adam Ross, Luna Malbroux, Misha Bonaventura and Caz Killjoy, with music by Jefferson Bergey - and it’s happening THIS Saturday, July 18th at 7 PM Pacific/10 PM Eastern  Tickets are now available at https://bit.ly/BawdyJackpostLS What time is that for YOU? Use this: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html Remember: Our Livestream shows have a limited capacity, so don’t wait! Make sure you’re notified of all upcoming Livestreams by signing up at https://bawdystorytelling.com/subscribe Subscribe to our email list & find out about upcoming Livestreams and more, before anyone else: https://bawdystorytelling.com/subscribe Thank you to the Team that makes this podcast possible! Team Bawdy is: Podcast Producer & Livestream Technical Director: Marty Garcia Sound Engineer: David Grosof Archivist / Video: Joe Moore & Bawdy Creator & Podcast Host Dixie De La Tour & Thank you to Pleasure Podcasts - we’re proud to be part of your sex-positive podcast collective! 

29mins

17 Jul 2020

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#160: Jessica Cohen and the Tarot of the Waste

Tarot Visions

Jessica Cohen, the creator of the Tarot of the Waste, talks about her process and inspiration for it with Rose and Jaymi. Currently, it exists in a majors only format. Eventually, it will become a full 78-card deck as she adds more people from the Wasteland Weekend community. Look and purchase a copy of the Tarot of the Waste at http://www.tarotofthewaste.com. Check out her fantastic art and learn about the Wasteland through Jessica’s divination eyes.Connect with Jessica on her website at jessicatcohen.com. Visit her Wastelands tribe, Cimota, on Facebook to see images of all the cool art they’ve produced https://www.facebook.com/cimotatribe/.Please note this episode mentions that Jessica was going to have a beautiful art showing at Feathered Outlaw in Alameda, CA. https://www.featheredoutlaw.com on April 10, from 7-10 pm. The event was canceled. Here’s hoping the show gets rescheduled so you all can witness this art in person.As always, we enjoy hearing your feedback and comments, send emails to tarotvisionsshow@gmail.com, or follow us on twitter at http://twitter.com/tarot_visions, or on Facebook at http://facebook.com/TarotVisionsUS.

47mins

17 Apr 2020

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Episode 43: ‘Sex & Politics’ (Jessica Cohen)

Bawdy Storytelling

Can the best sex of your life alter who you vote for? Die-hard Democrat Jessica Cohen meets a vienna sausage fingered, Russ Limbaugh-listening Republican on an OKCupid date, and while appalled at his politics, the chemistry in the bedroom is overwhelming. Their post-sex cuddling and conversation allows them to understand each other’s politics better, and she empathizes with his circumstances that led him to vote Red. But can the phrase ‘opposites attract’ extend all the way to the voting booth? And should you sleep with someone who is canceling out your vote? Opening Music: 8 Miles Wide by Storm Large Music: "Sisters Are Doin`It For Themselves" - Eurythmics & Aretha Franklin "Freedom Train" - Lenny Kravitz "American Idiot" - Green Day "Make America Great Again" - Pussy Riot "Freedom Dance" - Vanessa Williams "Vote, Baby Vote" - DeeeLite "Strange Love" - Koop  "America, Fuck Yeah" - Trey Parker and Matt Stone Love Bawdy Storytelling? Keep this podcast going by pledging your financial support at https://www.patreon.com/Bawdy Podcast Host: Dixie De La Tour Podcast Producer: Marty Garcia Sound Engineer: David Grosof Project Manager: Dana Hanna Archivist / Video: Joe Moore Get your Tickets to these upcoming live Bawdy Storytelling shows: ‘Never Say Never’ October 18th in San Francisco http://bit.ly/bawdynsnsf ‘Wicked’ October 25th in Seattle http://bit.ly/bawdywicked2018 ‘Packs a Wallop’ on Friday, November 9th in San Francisco https://bawdypawsf.eventbrite.com Risk! And Bawdy Storytelling, together in Brooklyn on Wed, November 14th ow.ly/kmLs30m2PCp  Wanna tell a Bawdy story at a live show? Pitch your (beginning, middle and end) story to Dixie@BawdyStorytelling.com If your raw story is selected, you’ll get coaching and support from Dixie - and the opportunity to tell your story in front of the most enthusiastic audience anywhere!

29mins

10 Oct 2018

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Ep. 67: Muni Haiku Battle: Alexandria Love vs. Jessica Cohen

Muni Diaries

If you’ve been to our live shows, you know the highlight of every show is The Muni Haiku Battle. It’s a Muni-themed poetry throw down and we’ve had some pretty intense battle on stage of the 5-7-5 variety.  In this episode we have our reigning champion Alexandria Love and challenger Jessica Cohen from our 10th anniversary show this April at the Elbo Room. Jessica is an illustrator, an infrequent performer/fortune teller. Jessica grew up in the East bay and went to college in San Francisco. Reigning champion Alexandria is a writer from Oakland and also the current reigning champion of the Dirty Haiku Battle at Oakland's Tourette's Without Regrets.  You can see our next Muni Haiku Battle at our fall show: Muni Diaries Live, Nov. 3, 2018 at the Elbo Room (tickets).

12mins

3 Oct 2018

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Booker Special - David Grossman and Jessica Cohen

The Irish Times Books Podcast

This week the Man Booker International Prize, awarded for fiction translated in English, was won by David Grossman and his translator Jessica Cohen for his novel A Horse Walks Into a Bar. They both spoke to Irish Times Literary Correspondent Eileen Battersby.

23mins

16 Jun 2017