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The Bee That Loved Rotisserie Chicken with Allison Miller

Bananas

Allison Miller (A Million Little Things) joins Kurt and Scotty to talk about a man who ate 40 chickens in 40 days, a Blockbuster themed bar, a school bus driver who took kids to Connecticut instead of Rhode Island, the young scientist award, a man who figured out how many cans of Spaghetti-o’s is needed to write Lord of the Rings!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

56mins

27 Dec 2022

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Why Complexity is Synonymous With the Cloud and How to Deal With It Featuring Allison Miller

Cloud Security Reinvented

Episode SummaryThe cloud has made many processes straightforward. The pace of expansion and the ease of introducing new services make it attractive. But, these advantages come with complexity, especially from a security standpoint. Therefore, it is critical to make everyone's activities in the digital space as secure as possible. Consequently, companies must focus on mitigating security risks and building trust with their clients and consumers. In this episode of Cloud Security Reinvented, our host Andy Ellis welcomes Allison Miller, the VP of Trust at Reddit. Allison and Andy discuss the differences between the on-premise and cloud era, the best and worst practices of on-premise, and the opportunities for growth in the cloud. Guest-at-a-Glance💡 Name: Allison Miller💡 What she does: Allison is the VP of Trust at Reddit.💡 Websites: Reddit💡 Noteworthy: Allison was in marketing before dedicating her career to cybersecurity. 💡 Where to find Allison: LinkedIn

28mins

25 Jul 2022

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Why Complexity is Synonymous With the Cloud and How to Deal With It Featuring Allison Miller

Cloud Security Reinvented

Episode SummaryThe cloud has made many processes straightforward. The pace of expansion and the ease of introducing new services make it attractive. But, these advantages come with complexity, especially from a security standpoint. Therefore, it is critical to make everyone's activities in the digital space as secure as possible. Consequently, companies must focus on mitigating security risks and building trust with their clients and consumers. In this episode of Cloud Security Reinvented, our host Andy Ellis welcomes Allison Miller, the VP of Trust at Reddit. Allison and Andy discuss the differences between the on-premise and cloud era, the best and worst practices of on-premise, and the opportunities for growth in the cloud. Guest-at-a-Glance💡 Name: Allison Miller💡 What she does: Allison is the VP of Trust at Reddit.💡 Websites: Reddit💡 Noteworthy: Allison was in marketing before dedicating her career to cybersecurity. 💡 Where to find Allison: LinkedIn

28mins

25 Jul 2022

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FunkQuest - Season 5 - Episode 4 - Allison Miller v Carmel Page

Jon Senior's FunkQuest

Question 1Allison picked the 'Yoyo'What is the most important job you have had?Carmel chose the 'Pink Blossom'How fast can you learn something new?Question 2Allison decided on the 'Woman playing guitar'Where would you build a secret Hideout?Carmel liked the 'Niagra Falls'Where would you want your ashes spread?Question 3Allison chose the 'Pinyata'What would you ask an 'all knowing' crystal ball?Carmel was sure she had a 'Swiss Army knife' just like itWhat would you invent?Question 4Allison picked the 'Butterfly'When was the last time you went swimming?Carmel decided on the 'Street Scene'Where was the worst place your phone battery died?Question 5Allison Chose the 'Giraffe'What was the oddest thing you saw in public?Carmel chose the 'Glass House'Who is your favourite author?

19mins

9 May 2022

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Episode 405: An Inside Look at "60 Minutes" with Guest Allison Miller

A Million Little Stories

Join DJ and his guest Allison Miller as she talks about her directorial debut on A Million Little Things and the differences between prepping as an actor and as a director. Spend an hour with Allison Miller and discover what DJ already knew - that she's even more delightful off camera than she is on camera.

1hr 3mins

4 May 2022

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Minisode with Actor and Director Allison Miller

Fem TV

A Million Little Things star Allison Miller (Maggie Bloom) joins us to mark her TV directing debut in Episode 417, "60 Seconds." We discuss her process of preparing for the episode, keeping track of multiple storylines, and how she handled both directing and acting. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Stitcher | RSS Contact + Follow: Email | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube

10mins

29 Apr 2022

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Bringing Summer Camp to Everyone, Everywhere 365 Days a Year with Allison Miller, Founder of Happy Camper Live

Dear FoundHer...

Most anyone that was fortunate enough to attend summer camp as a child would tell you that it was one of the best experiences of their lives. For most, summer camp is so much more than just fun and games. It was a time when they learned valuable lessons that helped shape them into the people they are today. While summer camp is an essential part of childhood, it has not always been easily accessible for all children. To bring the gift of camp to every child, Allison Miller founded Happy Camper Live, a lifestyle brand focused on providing the magic of summer camp 365 days a year. While Allison and her husband run a traditional summer camp, Allison always had the vision to expand summer camp to kids who can’t attend in person. As an extension of her work, Allison designed the happycamperlive website and app to provide free and subscription content that includes hundreds of activities taught by real camp counselors, a directory of over 10,000 camp programs, a global community and so much more. This platform was designed with the intention to help kids find their passions and be a part of something greater than themselves. Tune into this episode of DearFound Her… to learn more about the importance of outsourcing, brand partnerships, and being resourceful so you can simplify your work process and develop a successful self-funded business. Quotes • “I'm very big on building a community based around authenticity.” (18:01-18:06) • “I'm self-funded. This was a passion project, I really woke up one day and decided this is what I want to do. So I’ve had to be really resourceful with everything I’ve done.”  (23:45-25:56) • “I like to explain what I'm doing and my purpose with the people that I'm working with so that they are in alignment with it.” (24:54-25:03) • “I think it's important to learn how to do the smaller tasks and to not be afraid of technology.” (30:06-30:09) • “When you see different populations of kids, you start realizing the universal components of camp.” (36:48-36:54) • “If you have the opportunity to send your kid to camp, it will definitely change their lives.” (43:42-43:50) Connect with Allison Miller: Website: https://happycamperlive.com/ Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/happy_camper_live Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/happycamperproject Please don't forget to rate, comment, and subscribe to Dear FoundHer on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts! Looking to up your social media game?  Join Lindsay for her FREE Social Media for Small Business Masterclass starting April 25th.  SIGN UP HERE.  Want even more resources for growing your business? • Grab one of Lindsay’s FREE quick small business marketing guides: https://www.lindsaypinchuk.com/freebie • Follow Lindsay on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lindsaypinch Use code FoundHer for 50% off your first month with both HiveCast and Fireside Podcast production and show notes provided by HiveCast.fm

53mins

21 Apr 2022

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Testimony Time: Right Back Into the Father's Heart with Jacqueline Harper and Allison Miller

Open Doors: Conversations with Heart of the Father

Join Jacqueline Harper and Allison Miller on a journey right back to the Father's Heart!  Listen as they share about overcoming parenting challenges and powerfully loving others.  Hear some of Allison's incredible stories and be inspired to be a gift to others. I had worked through a lot of forgiving. I had had an inner healing prayer, I knew that I was called to forgive. I really did. And the predominant person that  I felt called to forgive in that period of my life was my relationship with my dad. My dad and I were a lot alike.We wouldn't go toe to toe, but figuratively, we would.  He was very driven and very intense ... He drank a lot  (while I was) a kid growing up.  He really resolved that by the end of his life... but like  I grew up scared of him. I had forgiven him, but the beauty, I can't say enough about, learning how to relate to God, the Father, and Unbound and Abba's Heart, and just praying with people and hearing and praying myself, not just reading the books, but praying through the books and going to the conferences. It just enabled me to say yes to a deepening relationship with my Heavenly Father.   And so I had to forgive my earthly father because so often those two things are related, how we relate to our Heavenly Father has to do with our difficulties, with our earthly father. Have a laugh, wipe a tear, sing a song. You will feel all the feels!Find Abba's Heart and UnboundCheck out our Freedom in Christ ConferenceLearn about the  Messy Family Project Hear more songs by Allison Waldrop MillerJoin our enewsVisit our websiteSee more upcoming eventsMake a donationFind us on FacebookFollow us on InstagramExplore with us on TwitterRelease: March 2022Music by Christian Harper.Artwork by Rosemary Strohm at Command-S.

28mins

31 Mar 2022

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72: Greenbow Farm Butcher Allison Miller

Holy Guacamole!

We are heading to a butcher shop on a farm in Ellenburg, Washington State. That’s a bucolic sounding scene. It’s a place in a community where their customers can pick up fresh meat, take it home, and prepare dinner. That means the meat on your table is certified by USDA, but it’s not going through one of the four huge slaughterhouses in the US. People come to this farm to buy meat directly from farm. They have a whole animal butcher shop right there on the farm. We hear butcher Allison Miller tell us what she notices about the local food chain. Food matters to their clientele — having access to local, safe, clean food. As always, share this episode and the show widely. I’m Martha Lucius, your host, and food consultant. When you want help in your operation, reach out, let’s see what work needs to be done, and if I am a good fit.

31mins

25 Mar 2022

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Allison Miller From A Million Little Things On ABC

Arroe Collins

Between the forces of a global pandemic and the seismic push for social change, our group of friends navigated new and challenging territory. In season four, we’ll see our group come together again in aspirational and uplifting ways as they help each other through life’s unpredictable curveballs. As the season unfolds, we’ll watch through laughter and tears as our friend group navigates new identities, new careers and new family formations, all while learning what it means to be family, what it means to love, and what it means to seek forgiveness.Forced home from England by circumstances beyond her control, Maggie found her groove as a podcaster, earning a loyal audience and helping Sophie find her own voice. This season, we’ll find Maggie committing even further to her mission to help people, which will lead to new personal and professional heights ... until a ghost from her past emerges and threatens to send her into a tailspin.The talented actress, writer, director and producer, Allison Miller continues to expand her repertoire with dynamic projects. Miller was recently seen starring in the second season of Netflix’s blockbuster “13 Reasons Why.” Previously, Miller starred as the female lead in the Matt Damon and Ben Affleck-produced SyFy series “Incorporated.” Other television credits include the Steven Spielberg-produced “Terra Nova,” “Kings” and the comedy “Go On,” opposite Matthew Perry.On the big screen, Miller made her feature debut in “17 Again” alongside Zac Efron, and she has gone on to star in the Fox thriller “Devil’s Due,” as well as the festival darling “Always Woodstock,” opposite Katey Sagal and Jason Ritter.Miller has been extremely busy with her directorial debut, “Growth,” a darkly comic look at chronic pain and the extreme lengths those who suffer will go to find relief. The short, which Miller wrote, directed, produced and stars, has been accepted into numerous film festivals including the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival and, most recently, the Palm Springs International Short Fest where it won the Filmmaker Pick Award.

8mins

12 Oct 2021

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