Midlife: A COVID Anthology with Sarah Chan and Jhen Pabillano
The Inner Circle with Carrie Doll
Sarah Chan and Jhen Pabillano have stories to tell, and know others whose stories held power, meaning, and insight. 20 years ago, they met at The Gateway, a student newspaper at the University of Alberta, where both nurtured their passion to stand against the grain of what's popular and talk about what they felt was important. What started as an idea to reconnect with Gateway alumni turned into a new passion project cultivated by newfound time as a result of COVID and the desire to reconnect and tell stories with old friends. These are the stories of people entering their middle age, of newfound wisdom, trials and tribulations, difficult choices, and so much more. This is Midlife. Sarah Chan (MA) is a musician & artist, teacher, social advocate, yoga toddler (RYT-200), and mother of two. She operates a private piano studio, seeing over 30 students each week. Sarah created and Chairs the Dentons Make Your Mark program at United Way, a youth activation program for student leaders. She also Co-Chaired United Way’s campaign cabinet from 2016-2018. As a social advocate with a deep understanding of Edmonton’s charitable sector, Sarah currently sits as a director on both the CN and Telus Community Giving Boards, in Edmonton. Sarah has been a mentor with BGCBigs for the past 7 years. She is the Honorary Patron for YESS; An advocate for Edmonton Public Library; And, a Member of the Mentor team at Peter Lougheed Leadership College. Sarah is one half of mèi mèi, a sister ukulele duo. She is a long-time feminist and cycling advocate. And she races sails boats! Most importantly, she excels at telling the truth and making jokes. She is small, and mighty. Jhenifer Pabillano, PMP, is a Project Manager with the City of Vancouver, working on strategic corporate projects for the City’s Engineering Services department. Previously, she was the Communications Manager for the 2018 municipal election and spent five years as the City’s first ever Social Media Strategist. Her work at the City has earned a UBCM Community Excellence Award for Best Practices in Social Media, a Canadian Internet Marketing Award for Best Social Media Campaign, and an IABC Gold Quill Merit Award. Jhenifer's previous roles include award-winning communications work for TransLink, the transportation authority in Metro Vancouver. She holds a Master of Journalism from the University of British Columbia, and a BA from the University of Alberta. To read more on Midlife, or to purchase your copy, visit their website, or follow them on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. The launch is Thursday, April 22 at 8pm Mountain Time on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-YLyAVQnarSGN6stDRKjGQSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chapter 39: Midlife with Sarah Chan & Jhenifer Pabillano
The Bookshop Chronicles
Today is a first for this podcaster - I get to talk with 2 Guests at the same time! It was an absolute delight to talk with Sarah Chan & Jhenifer Pabillano about their new anthology, Midlife. If we are fortunate enough to reach middle age then we also know it comes with as many victories as challenges, especially during a pandemic when so many things are escalated. This book is a collection of essays, and just about as local as you can get - ya gotta love when literary talent is grown on your own home soil. More about Midlife on their website, social media and their very own YouTube channel! Our bookstore offers audiobooks which you can listen to on your iPhone, Android device, or PC. These audiobooks are available through our partner, Libro.fm, and all sales support our store. Choose to support indie bookstores with your audiobooks - it MATTERS. Let's talk books, podcasting & the indie bookshop biz! Email me at email@example.com Let's get social - follow Daisy Chain Book Co. on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest. If you are in the Edmonton area, come and see our beautiful new store! For updates on all the bookish events at the bookstore, and an online database of our marvelous books visit Daisy Chain Book Co. Podcast theme music created and performed by the incredible Kerri Bridgen.
Sarah Chan, the talent scouting manager for 2019 NBA Champions, the Toronto Raptors, is the first African woman to be a manager for an NBA franchise. Sarah shares how basketball became her safe haven as she fled from war stricken South Sudan, being recruited by the Raptors, and why American WNBA players are moving to Africa to play ball. Edited by Henry Morse (2020production.com)
The BAL Podcast with Toronto Raptor's Sarah Chan (Africa Scout Manager)
The BAL Podcast
This week we are joined by Sarah Chan, the first African woman to be a manager, African scout for a NBA franchise. Sarah takes us through her journey from South Sudan to her position with the Toronto Raptors and the impact she is making in the lives of young women in Africa. The official unofficial voices of Basketball and Lifestyle in Africa and across the globe.
Pairing Caribbean Inspired Food and Craft Beer /w Sarah Chan
The Overflow Taps Craft Beer Experience
For this episode, we sit down with Sarah Chan, owner of Calypso Kitchen. She is best known for her Caribbean inspired food, which we showcase on the show while sipping on some great tasting beer. She also shares her secret about where to find a key ingredient used in her cooking. We truly hope you enjoy this one. Hit us up with any questions or comments! Tweet Us: @overflowtaps Meet Sarah: @calypsokitchen
Bioethicist Sarah Chan contributed to a report this month on neurotechnology by the UK’s senior scientific academy. She talks to John Thornhill about the potential health benefits of neural interfaces but also the difficulty of regulating the commercial use of devices that interact with our brains. Read the Royal Society's report hereAll FT stories will be free to read on Wednesday September 18th when there will be a 24-hour paywall freeze. Here are a couple of recommendations to get you started:Neural interfaces should upgrade, not degrade, humansHow China dodged a trade war recessionSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is always a popular meeting for ladies when inspirational stories are shared. Come and enjoy the fellowship!Sarah Chan was born in Hong Kong of Chinese parents, and is the first Chinese missionary to Jews working with Christian Witness to Israel. She has been working in London for thirty years.Other special guests will join us throughout the afternoon.