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Mark Solomon

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Health system revamp dropped a bomb on sector - Tā Mark Solomon

RNZ: Morning Report

A former Canterbury District Health Board leader says a major revamp of the health system has been dropped on the sector like an atomic bomb.The Government says the 20 DHBs will be scrapped and replaced with a new body, Health NZ.A new Māori Health Authority will sit alongside.Corin Dann spoke to the former acting head of Canterbury DHB, Mark Solomon.


21 Apr 2021

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Ep 435: Review | Mark Solomon | Dragons & The Afterlife

The Street Epistemology Podcast

Summary: Mark (Being Reasonable), Reid (Cordial Curiosity), Nathan (Abstract Activist), and Dali (JugglingLessons), review two of Mark's conversations he had with attendees of the Body Mind Spirit Expo that was recently held in Raleigh, NC. One is about dragons the other is about reincarnation / afterlife.Watch video of review here: https://youtu.be/oHMlwxuc4WMMark Solomon's YouTube Channel: LINK SOONMark Solomon's Being Reasonable Podcast: https://www.beingreasonableshow.com/episodesNathan's Abstract Activist YouTube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/abstractactivistseReid's Cordial Curiosity Channel:https://www.youtube.com/cordialcuriosityDali's JugglingLessons Channel:https://www.youtube.com/jugglinglessonsOriginal Recording Date: 7 April 2021SE Resources: https://tinyurl.com/abm-se-resourcesSE Community: https://tinyurl.com/abm-se-communitySE Discord Server: https://discord.gg/sKap3zMMusic provided by Jim Rhodes, with Dan Harris on lap steel.

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13 Apr 2021

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Fine Wine and Spirits Auctions with Mark Solomon of Leland Little

Bordeaux Buzz

007 - Fine Wines and Spirits Auctions with Mark Solomon of Leland Little We discussHow Mark and Leland Little came together to establish a fine wine and spirits auction in the Southeast USAHow fine wine and spirits are sourced for auctionThe process for authenticating wine and ensuring that the wines are not counterfeitThe most common mistake that sellers make when they sell a wine collection and how you can easily prevent this mistakeMark’s work with the Commandarie de BordeauxTrends in wine and spirits auctionsWho is collecting what types of wineWhere most Bordeaux wines go after auctionWhy the wine and spirits world attracts those from the life sciencesThe most unique and surprising cellar Mark has come across in over a decade of sourcing fine wine and spiritsLink to Leland Little Fine Wine and Spirits Auction and how to contact Mark Solomon.https://www.lelandlittle.com/department/fine-wine-whiskyCheck out our blog, where I explain in-depth my experience in selling wine online with Leland Little Auctionshttps://www.knowwines.com/blog/how-to-sell-wineAnd check out our article on starting your own wine collectionhttps://www.knowwines.com/blog/how-to-start-a-wine-collectionTo learn more about the Commandarie de Bordeauxhttps://www.commanderieusa.org/ Cheers!


15 Mar 2021

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Season 3, Episode 5: Mark Solomon, Dean of Students and Indigenous Education


About Today's Show In today's episode, we speak with the Dean of Students and Indigenous Education, Mark Solomon. What can Seneca do differently to foster an overarching culture of equity, diversity and inclusion in all aspects of the College?  What are those aspects of the Seneca process that exclude cultures, or genders, or abilities, because those processes evolved without the input of everyone who should have been at the table, so to speak, but weren’t. That's a really big question, and Seneca is tackling it as part of their Au Large project we talked about with President Agnew.  Today's guest, Mark Solomon, has been tasked with leading that initiative to make Seneca College a more inclusive, and equitable, place to study and work.  In today's episode we talk about the initiatives that are underway to turn the vision of a more equitable, and inclusive Seneca College, into a reality. Also in this episode, we talk about: 1.  Potential blind spots to people who are different from us, and how we can identify those blind spots. 2.  How the pandemic has impacted people different, particularly based on privilege.  3.  What can we do as individuals to gain more awareness of diversity within our communities? We also asked Mark to create a media playlist!  Here it is: On CBC.ca/gem  - some amazing documentaries and anti-black racism: The film Across the Line tells the real-life story of a young, Black NHL hopeful living in the racially-divided community of Cole Harbour, N.S. in 1989  "Fade Forward" is a short doc that tells the story of the first black-owned barbershop in Newfoundland and Labrador that has become a hub for newcomers in St. John's. Being Black in Toronto features 6 short films. https://gem.cbc.ca/media/absolutely-canadian/being-black-in-toronto/38e815a-0134fafe7df The Skin We are In builds upon the work of Toronto Journalist/Activist Desmond Cole https://gem.cbc.ca/media/firsthand/season-2/episode-14/38e815a-00be178daef On NFB.ca:   Returning to Oshawa and conversations with family about love and relationships. https://www.nfb.ca/film/im-gay/ A short film about gay marriage and divorce https://www.nfb.ca/film/handmade-mountain/ A film about the complexities of escaping war and the immigration experience https://www.nfb.ca/film/far-from-bashar/ Human impact on the world is explored in this “older” film but still powerfully relevant https://www.nfb.ca/film/manufactured_landscapes_edu/ Podcasts by and about Indigenous Creators! Missing and Murdered - Investigative journalist Connie Walker recounts stories of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. Metis in Space - Chelsea Vowel and Molly Swain, both Métis, drink a bottle of wine and review sci fi movies and television shows from a critical Indigenous lens. Thunder Bay -- The highest homicide and hate crime rates in the country. A mayor charged with extortion. A police chief who faced trial for obstruction of justice. Nine tragic deaths of Indigenous high schoolers. Why did it all happen in the same town? About Today's Guest, Mark Solomon Mark Solomon is a proud member of Henvey Inlet First Nation located one hour south of Sudbury, and he’s born and raised in Sault Ste. Marie.  He often claims to be an economic refugee from Northern Ontario living in Toronto.  Mark has two undergraduate degrees from Laurentian University in Music and Native Studies, a MA from Brock University in Social Justice and a MEd from York University.  Mark has held a number of roles at Seneca College and currently serves as the Dean of Students and Indigenous Education.  Mark is also honoured to serve as the President, of his professional association the Canadian Association of College and University Student Services (CACUSS).   He is the first Indigenous person to hold that role.  The role Mark is the most proud of, is his role as a father to a 13 year old.  Important Links and Contact Information All COVID-19 related information, questions or concerns should be sent to health@senecacollege.ca For Updates on Seneca's Policies Regarding COVID-19, visit here: https://inside.senecacollege.ca/health This Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts! #SenecaProud Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, which means it's available pretty much wherever you get your podcasts.   Click here to subscribe. While you're there, please give us a rating and leave a comment.  It really helps get our podcast found. Thanks for listening!   Pat Perdue


26 Jan 2021

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Filling The Storehouse - Episode 30 (Ending Veteran Homelessness with Mark Solomon)

Filling The Storehouse

"For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” - Mark 10:45 Today we talk to Mark Solomon, co-founder of Veterans Community Project, a Navy Reservist, and an all-star Realtor in Kansas City and Longmont. Mark tells us about how VCP was started, how it has made a huge impact on veteran homelessness, and how the idea on a napkin has turned into a much bigger organization that is serving those in need. We dig into the economics behind partnering with local real estate developers, improving the city and property values, and partnering with local organizations and personnel to make the community stronger. This is an amazing organization that is truly making a difference!    Join Storehouse 3:10 Ventures in helping fund VCP's newest project in Longmont, CO: https://vcpkc.z2systems.com/donation.... For more information on Veterans Community Project go here: https://www.veteranscommunityproject.... For more information on Storehouse 3:10 Ventures go here: https://storehouse310turnkey.com/ Join us at Flip Hacking Live! Get your tickets before the price goes up: https://fliphackinglive.com/storehous...


7 Sep 2020

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Ta Mark Solomon attacks Ministry of Health in farewell to Canterbury DHB CEO

RNZ: Morning Report

A former deputy chair of the Canterbury District Health Board is accusing the Ministry of Health and Treasury of an ongoing campaign at the highest levels, to get rid of David Meates.The DHB's chief executive is one of seven executives to resign as it comes under ministry pressure to bring down a $180 million deficit.RNZ has been given access to a recording of a speech made by Ta Mark Solomon - also known as Sir Mark Solomon - at a private function to farewell David Meates, where he unleashes on officials over their treatment of Meates.Conan Young reports.[audio_play]In a statement provided by the Ministry of Health, the Director-General Dr Ashley Bloomfield says: "I've worked constructively with David Meates for many years, including our time as fellow DHB chief executives and the last two years as Director-General of Health."


3 Sep 2020

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Ep 395: Show | JugglingLessons | Interview with Mark Solomon

The Street Epistemology Podcast

LIVE Discussion about SE with Mark SolomonWatch video of talk here: https://youtu.be/OYKC2Xjl1GwRecorded: 28 July 2020Uploaded: 21 August 2020Today I will be interviewing Mark Solomon, who has been podcasting Street Epistemology for 26 episodes last time I looked. Mark learned his SE autodidactically from videos by Anthony and Reid, and before today, may have never spoken voice to voice with another SE practitioner. Mark also has professional experience as a cognitive behavioural therapist, so that probably helps a lot. We will find out... Mark's Podcast: https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/being-reasonable-mark-solomon-_CFzAJetOov/If you would like to be a guest on my show, on any topic that is a demonstration or discussion about SE, I look forward to hearing from you. Here is my calendar and a form to reserve a free spot: https://sites.google.com/view/Learn-n-practice-SE-with-DaliMy channel art is by FK, Dali, and SouredApple (https://twitter.com/SouredApple)Street Epistemology (Collaborative) Discord (where we do our live shows): https://discord.gg/MteNcHRDali's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClkT332HEYPO8xvRXOhQrXgDali's Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScrapesBottoms

1hr 2mins

21 Aug 2020

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Mayor Quinton Lucas and Mark Solomon at VCP Battle Home

Kansas City RealTalk

The Veterans Community Project launched an exhibit in Union Station in partnership with NAR and KCRAR, which tells the stories of veterans who had experienced homelessness before coming to VCP. Bobbi and Alex share the audio from the kick-off event, at which VCP Co-Founder Mark Solomon and Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas spoke on the community, veteran homelessness and the mission of VCP. The Battle Home will be on display to the public in Union Station through Aug. 14.Bobbi's Book Bit: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey


29 Jul 2020

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Mark Solomon on Being a Military Dad | Dad Talk #35

Positively Dad

Mark Solomon is a member of the U.S. Navy Reserves and he’s getting ready for a year away from his family in service to our country. That means he’ll be away from his wife and two teenage boys for a year of school, holidays and moments. It's the story nearly two million American families experience. What does that look like? How do you share with your kids you’ll be gone, how do you set up your family so they are prepared and how can we help military families while mom or dad are gone? 


20 Feb 2020

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ADPI_122: Building Tiny Homes For Homeless Veterans With Mark Solomon

The Active Duty Passive Income Podcast

In this episode, we interview Mark Solomon about his Initiative to help end veteran homelessness around the country. Listen to the creativity him and his team take in solving some of the craziest challenge they face. Learn more about VCP:WebsiteWatch This StoryMake a difference with the ADPI teamConnect with us: Facebook |  Instagram Schedule a call with Mike  *** Please help support our friends in the NCHV (National Coalition For Homeless Veterans) as they help fight Veteran Homelessness across the country. You can donate to their cause on our website, or by clicking HERE. *** To learn how to use your VA Loan to create wealth and invest in real estate while in the military take our VA Loan Mastery Course To find out how you can build $10,000 a month in Passive Income while investing in the military check out This Video Check out "Rich Dad Poor Dad" by Robert Kiyosaki, and other great books on our Resource Page If you are ready to get started on building wealth and want to learn how to get the most out of your veteran benefits, then make sure you grab our best selling book on Military House Hacking Active Duty Passive Income Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/adpi)


21 Jan 2020