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Jennifer Lee

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OA-SPA Ask the Expert - January 2020 - Jennifer Lee

OpenAnesthesia Multimedia

Woman's Empowerment and Leadership Initiative

22mins

13 Sep 2022

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Garoppolo, Jennifer Lee Chan, and Shanahan's messaging

Damon and Ratto

In Hour 3, Damon Bruce and Ray Ratto take callers on Jimmy Garoppolo's restructured contract, chat with Jennifer Lee Chan, revisit what Kyle Shanahan has said about Garoppolo over the offseason, and more.

46mins

30 Aug 2022

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Dandelions and Side Streets: Episode #3 - Interview with Jennifer Lee Wiebe

Dandelions and Side Streets

Artist and Educator, Jennifer Lee Wiebe discusses some of her pandemic projects with Krista and Susan, including needlepoints, hashtags, memes and more!

30mins

29 Jun 2022

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Jennifer Lee, Drama Therapist, on the Scoliosis Mind Body Connection

The Scoliosis Experience

Jennifer Lee is a licensed Drama Therapist in Boston and took the time to discuss her own experience with scoliosis, as well as how she helps those struggling with scoliosis and chronic pain.   She also gives some really helpful insights into what providers can do better when talking to their patients.  Most of the time, this can be a very influential interaction and we need to do better with making it a positive one.   Jenn touches on how she uses Drama Therapy along with other treatment techniques to address the psychological side of scoliosis along with how she currently addresses her own scoliosis.  This would be a great episode for anyone with scoliosis, but especially adolescents who are just diagnosed.  It would also be great for any provider who treats scoliosis to learn some important things from the patient perspective.  To learn more about how we treat scoliosis, check out our website at www.aligntherapyutah.com

42mins

16 May 2022

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Jennifer Lee Zawadzki gives hope through messages from your future self.

The Gonzo Experience

While going through a divorce, Jennifer Lee Zawadzki was given a literal gift of hope, sent to her by her "future self." At the end of that journey, she began a new journey of helping others, with hope from their "future self." 

39mins

11 May 2022

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Empowering Math Learners with an AI-Powered App with Jennifer Lee

Trending In Education

Jennifer Lee is the Chief Growth Officer of Photomath, an AI=powered math app that's been downloaded over 270 million times to help solve over a billion math problems each month. She joins host Mike Palmer in a conversation about helping math learners feel empowered when faced with challenging math.We explore what it's like to work with a company with such a large and dynamic data ecosystem focused on math problem solving and how that is powering their AI platform. Jennifer shares some insights based on trends in the usage of Photomath. Along the way, we dig into the use case of photographing a math problem, frequently hand-drawn, and getting the solution through Photomath's platform. How has this been used by students, teachers, and parents, especially in these challenging times? What might this tell us about how folks are thinking about the future of work?We conclude with more of Jennifer's takes on learning and the future of work along with her advice to folks looking for growth and advancement in their careers. It's an engaging conversation on edTech, AI, and Math that you won't want to miss.Subscribe to Trending in Education wherever you get your podcasts. Visit us at TrendinginEd.com for more great content.

35mins

25 Apr 2022

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Eleni Manis and Jennifer Lee: The Fight Against Surveillance State

AI Ethics Diaries: Keeping it Real

In this episode, we have S.T.O.P Research Director, Eleni Manis and ACLU's Tech and Liberty Project Manager, Jennifer Lee talk about some of the worst instances of government surveillance, the communities which are most affected, and how commercial surveillance is intertwined with government surveillance. They also share the key things they're working on to fight against surveillance tech and critically helpful ideas on how we can join the fight. Eleni Manis is Research Director at S.T.O.P. (Surveillance Technology Oversight Project), where she designs and coordinates the work of the S.T.O.P. research team. She joined S.T.O.P. after working on government agencies’ technology policies at the NYC Mayor’s Office of the Chief Technology Officer and the NYC Mayor’s Office of Operations, where she analyzed legislation on emerging technologies, authored the City’s reply to FCC broadband decisions, and did research for the nation’s first automated decision systems task force.  Jennifer Lee is the technology and liberty lead at the American Civil Liberties Union of Washington (ACLU-WA), where she advocates for state and local legislation to regulate powerful surveillance and AI-based technologies. She leads ACLU-WA's work drafting and implementing technology policies that protect everyone's privacy and civil liberties and center community voices.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ai-ethics-diaries/message

30mins

18 Apr 2022

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Balancing the Scales of Passions with Jennifer Lee

UPWARDS

Have you ever had so many passions that you can't balance them all? Or wanted to make them part of your career but don't know how to? Jen is here to give you all the advice to bring your passions to the forefront. From creating start-ups, to running a food blog, to working on product at Microsoft and Stripe, and to building a creator's community on Discord...Jen has perfected the craft of identifying her passions and making them a key part of her life.

38mins

23 Mar 2022

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Story #058 - Jennifer Lee

Culinary School Stories

Chef Jennifer Lee grew up in Mystic, Connecticut where she has had a love and passion for baking and cooking since a very young age. While other kids her age were watching cartoons, she was watching the Food Network. As a young teenager in high school Jennifer started working at her relative’s Chinese dim sum restaurant, beginning as a hostess and busser, and eventually working into more advanced positions in both the front and back of the house.During her later years in high school, Jennifer accepted a position at a bake shop in Mystic Connecticut, where she worked in the front of the house taking orders and assisting customers, eventually becoming a barista, and helping in the kitchen with the baking.After graduating from high school, Jennifer enrolled at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York where she graduated with an associate degree in baking and pastry arts. During her time at the Culinary Institute of America, she opened her at home bakery called J Lee Bakery, which specialized in cakes, cupcakes, and French macaroons.Besides baking, Jenn has always had a love for photography and videography. In the past couple of years, she has started her own YouTube channel which focused on her time at the Culinary Institute of America to share her experience with her viewers who may be interested in attending the college one day. Her videos have become very popular which has allowed her to become a legitimate content creator with multiple brand deals. In the future, she plans to continue her YouTube channel while pursuing a pastry chef’s position in Boston or New York.CULINARY SCHOOL AFFILIATION: Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park, NYYouTube - Jennifer Lee - YouTubeEmail – jenniferlaleebusiness@gmail.comInstagram – http://www.instagram.com/jenniferlalee Sign up for our email list / newsletter: https://foodmedianetwork.com/contactFree Culinary School Stories Recipe eBook: https://bit.ly/culinaryschoolrecipesAffordable College Prep: https://affordablecollegeprep.com/ RATINGS / REVIEW: If you enjoy this episode or the podcast overall, please consider leaving a short review and ratings on Apple Podcasts / iTunes if you have an iPhone or iPad. It takes less than 30 seconds, and it really makes a difference in spreading the word, getting new listeners and guests, as well as sponsors!To do so, click HERE and then scroll down to the “Ratings & Reviews”; tap the amount of stars you want to give; tap on “Write a Review”; create a headline; write your review; click “Send”.  SPONSORSHIP / SUPPORT:If you like the show, this episode, and/or the video clips, why not show your support by buying us a cup or two of coffee to help defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chefroche. We truly appreciate the gesture!Individuals can also donate through Patreon! Please support the show at: https://www.patreon.com/DrProfessorChef. If you contribute just the price of a cup of coffee a week, you will be helping to support the hosting, purchasing, creation and production of our episodes and shows that we produce and give away for free.Companies & Businesses interested in advertising or sponsoring the podcast, please contact us at: culinaryschoolstories@gmail.com ABOUT THE SHOW: Culinary School Stories is a weekly podcast with engaging interviews that shares the stories of people from around the world that have an association with a culinary school in some way. Each episode we bring you the best stories from people around the food service world whose lives have been influenced, impacted, touched and/or enriched, for good or for bad, from their culinary school experience. And this Podcast is dedicated to telling their story!From current students and alumni to faculty and administrators, this interview style podcast allows for longer, more in-depth, open discussions about issues, stories and tales surrounding culinary school. We hope you will listen in and learn what each of our guests has to say as we talk to them about their relationship to culinary school, as well as their journey, the people who helped them, and their goals and dreams for the future. Join us as we ask and discover, “What’s your culinary school story?” RESOURCES:Audience Response Hotline: (207) 835-1275 {Comments, Suggestions or Questions)Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/FoodMediaNetworkCSS Podcast Website: http://www.culinaryschoolstories.comChef Educator Podcast Website: http://www.chefeducator.comMain Website: https://www.foodmedianetwork.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrChefColinFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrProfessorChefTwitter: https://twitter.com/ChefRocheInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/CulinarySchoolStories NOTE: If you want to share your culinary school story in a future episode, all you have to do is go to http://www.culinaryschoolstories.com and download the guest questionnaire at the bottom of that page. Once you fill it out, email it back to us. After we review it, we will be back in touch to set up a date and time to talk! MUSIC: "Family Montage" by Biz Baz Studio & “Merengue de Limon” by Quincas Moreira; YouTube Audio Library Culinary School Stories is a proud member of the Food Media Network! Copyright 2022Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/culinaryschoolstories/donations

1hr 4mins

7 Feb 2022

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Jennifer Lee on Privacy, Surveillance and Civil Rights

The Good Robot

In this episode we chat to Jennifer Lee, the technology and liberty project manager at the American Civil Liberties Union or ACLU of Washington, a non-profit organisation that fights for racial and gender equality and has been one of the leading voices in opposing facial recognition technology. Jen explains why we need to underscore the power dynamics in any decision to build, design, and use a technology, and why Microsoft’s new $22 billion contract to provide the military with technology affects how the tech industry defines good technology. Whether its the NYPD using automated license plate readers to track Muslim communities, or the 400,000 Michigan residents having their unemployment checks wrongfully withheld due to false fraud determinations, Jen tells us what can be done about the wrongful use of powerful technologies. We hope you enjoy the show. 

25mins

7 Sep 2021

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