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Jennifer Bailey

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Weed and Kids? (Guest: Dr. Jennifer Bailey)

Science Decoded

This episode was recorded back in January 2021. Dr. Jennifer Bailey at University of Washington in Seattle tells us about her research with families, children, and adolescents in the wake of marijuana legalization on the West coast. Do kids smoke more weed now? Are there social and family factors that influence the decision? Is weed REALLY a "gateway drug" to the hard stuff as they told us in the 90s? A fascinating and enjoyable interview - one of my personal favorites of ours so far.

38mins

9 Apr 2021

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43_Daughter of Divorce To Daughters of Delight (w/ GUEST: Jennifer Bailey)

Mother Daughter Connections™

Today on Mother Daughter Connections™, I welcome my dear friend, business woman and mom of 2 daughters, Jennifer Bailey, for a time of Mom Chat™. During our Mom Chat™ today, Jennifer and I spend time talking about . . . The impact of divorce on her own development as a woman and mom The turning point in her life that impacted her entry into motherhood How to navigate different family personality types while raising daughters Come make yourself at home for this Mom Chat™. ______ To Connect with Jennifer for Norwex products, go to: Website: https://www.facebook.com/jenniferbaileynorwex/ Jennifer's Favorite Resource: What Mothers Never Tell Their Daughter (https://amzn.to/2IsPaPP) _________ To Get Help & Guidance with prepping for and navigating the tween & teen years, JOIN THE MOM CONNECTIONS GROUP™! Schedule A Call (https://bit.ly/scheduleconnectionscall) and start the process of strengthening the foundation of your mother-daughter relationship today. Until next time… Let's Stay Connected :) Dr. Michelle Deering ©Dr. Michelle Deering | All rights reserved.

59mins

22 Feb 2021

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Jennifer Bailey: From redundancy, to raising £275k, and launching Calla Shoes

Savvy Minds Podcast

For those of you who don’t know Jennifer she is CEO and Founder of Calla, a specialist footwear brand for women who suffer from bunions. She took a £39,000 redundancy pay out to help start and grow Calla. Fast forward to today she has raised over £275,000 worth of start up investment and now has 4 employees working within the business.https://www.callashoes.co.uk/https://www.facebook.com/shoesyourfeetwilllove/https://twitter.com/callashoesukhttps://www.instagram.com/callashoesuk/https://www.pinterest.co.uk/callashoes/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMYyoRNMQRxXGpyF7USwjcA

41mins

24 Jul 2020

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Episode 70: Jennifer Bailey, Administrative Judge, 11th Judicial Circuit of Florida, Circuit Civil Division

Daily Matters: The changing face of the legal industry

“If you were designing a system of justice from scratch, this is not what you would design,” says Judge Jennifer D. Bailey, Administrative Judge for the Circuit Civil Division in Miami-Dade, Florida. As someone who wrote a thesis on why judges should utilize case management software and practices, Judge Bailey is an active advocate for judicial reform.In this episode, Judge Bailey talks to Jack Newton about: Why the American judicial system is more complicated and inefficient than it should be How COVID-19 is reshaping courts and the justice system in general  The importance that technology will play in the courts of the future Judge Bailey has been a circuit court judge in Miami-Dade, Florida, for 26 years. She is the Administrative Judge for the 25-judge Circuit Civil Division and handles a docket of Complex Business Litigation cases. She previously served in the Family and Criminal Divisions. During the current pandemic, she has served as leader of the Pandemic Digital Workgroup setting up Virtual Courtrooms for Miami’s state courts. She is serving on the Conference of Chief Justices/Conference of State Court Administrators’ Pandemic Rapid Response Team Civil Courts committee.Judge Bailey serves on the Board of Governors of Directors of the National Center for State Courts and on the Board of Advisors for the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS) and the NCSC Institute for Court Management. She is a member of the Florida Commission on Trial Court Performance and Accountability and earned her L.L.M. in Judicial Studies at Duke University Law School in 2018, where she wrote her thesis on “Why Don’t Judges Case Manage?”Judge Bailey taught as faculty for the Florida New Judge’s College, the Florida College of Advanced Judicial Studies, and for the Florida Conference of Circuit Court Judges. She has received multiple awards for her service, including 2015 Florida Jurist of the Year from the Florida chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates and the Equal Justice Judicial Leadership Award from Legal Services of Greater Miami in 2011.

50mins

3 Jul 2020

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Saving Data on Android with Jennifer Bailey – Podcast S10 E02

The raywenderlich.com Podcast: For App Developers and Gamers

On our first Android show for season 10, Season 9 co-host Jenn Bailey takes us through saving data on Android. Later, Alex dips his toes into KTor. The post Saving Data on Android with Jennifer Bailey – Podcast S10 E02 appeared first on Ray Wenderlich.

44mins

11 Mar 2020

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Jennifer Bailey and Lennon Flowers — An Invitation to Brave Space

On Being with Krista Tippett

Lennon Flowers and Rev. Jennifer Bailey embody a particular wisdom of millennials around grief, loss, and faith. Together they created The People’s Supper, which uses shared meals to build trust and connection among people of different identities and perspectives. Since 2017, they have hosted more than 1,500 meals. In the words they use, the practices they cultivate (some of which we’ve collected on onbeing.org), and the way they think, Flowers and Bailey issue an invitation not to safe space, but to brave space.Rev. Jennifer Bailey is co-founder of The People’s Supper and the founder and executive director of Faith Matters Network. She is also an ordained itinerant elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, and her writing appears regularly in publications including Sojourners and The Huffington Post.Lennon Flowers is co-founder of The People’s Supper and the co-founder and executive director of The Dinner Party. She is also an Ashoka Fellow and an Aspen Ideas Scholar. She has written for CNN,YES!, Forbes, Open Democracy, EdWeek, and Fast Company.Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.

51mins

17 Oct 2019

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TAP 024: MLT with Jennifer Bailey from Sing to Kids

The Anacrusic Podcast

Today on the podcast, I get to talk with the wonderful Jennifer Bailey of Sing to Kids. Jenn is an absolutely amazing pedagog, and is one of the kindest, most intentional teachers I think I've ever met. She helps talk me through some of the tenants of Gordon Music Learning Theory that still seem a bit mysterious or understood, and helps identify the approach as a sequential, joyful music making venture for students.Make sure you check out Jenn's website & TpT Store! | We're both members of the TpT Music Crew, make sure to click here and out the crew website as well! |  Click here for my FREE PDF all about Learning SequencesThe Anacrusic Podcast is a proud member of the Music Teacher Development Podcast Network. The MuTed network provides support in the form of audio on demand programming designed by and for music educators. You can find more information about our network at mutedpodcasts.com Click here to become a member of the TAP Insiders FB Group | Click here to subscribe to the Anacrusic Newsletter

53mins

27 Sep 2018

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SIMON SAYS, LET’S TALK BUSINESS: Jennifer Bailey with Walden Businesses, Veronica Maldonado-Torres with Georgia Mentor Protégé Connection, David Buchsbaum with Atlanta Closet & Storage Solutions and Travis Giles with McMahan's Clothing

Simon Says

Jennifer Bailey/Walden Businesses Based in Atlanta and serving the southeastern U.S., Walden Businesses specializes in mergers and acquisitions. Their target market is privately-held manufacturing, distribution, technology and select service companies. Walden Businesses is a results-oriented intermediary dedicated to serving owners and buyers of small to medium sized companies with values up to $100 million. Their […]The post SIMON SAYS, LET’S TALK BUSINESS: Jennifer Bailey with Walden Businesses, Veronica Maldonado-Torres with Georgia Mentor Protégé Connection, David Buchsbaum with Atlanta Closet & Storage Solutions and Travis Giles with McMahan's Clothing appeared first on Business RadioX ®.

18 Aug 2017

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Reverend Jennifer Bailey: Faith Matters

College Commons: Bully Pulpit Podcast

Reverend Bailey explores how people of diverse backgrounds, skin colors, and racial identities can be brought to a space of equality.Rev. Jennifer Bailey, is the Founding Executive Director of the Faith Matters Network, a new interfaith community equipping faith leaders to challenge structural inequality in their communities. She is named one of 15 Faith Leaders to Watch by the Center for American Progress, Rev. Jennifer Bailey is an ordained minister, public theologian, and emerging national leader in multi-faith movement for justice. She comes to this work with nearly a decade of experience at nonprofits combatting intergenerational poverty.A Truman Scholar and Nathan Cummings Foundation Fellow, Rev. Bailey earned degrees from Tufts University and Vanderbilt University Divinity School where she was awarded the Wilbur F. Tillett Prize for accomplishments in the study of theology. She writes regularly for a number of publications including Sojourners and the Huffington Post. Her first book, tentatively titled Confessions of a #Millennial #Minister is currently under contract with Chalice Press. Rev. Bailey is an ordained itinerant elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church.

34mins

20 Apr 2016

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Reverend Jennifer Bailey: Faith Matters

College Commons

Reverend Bailey explores how people of diverse backgrounds, skin colors, and racial identities can be brought to a space of equality.Rev. Jennifer Bailey, is the Founding Executive Director of the Faith Matters Network, a new interfaith community equipping faith leaders to challenge structural inequality in their communities. She is named one of 15 Faith Leaders to Watch by the Center for American Progress, Rev. Jennifer Bailey is an ordained minister, public theologian, and emerging national leader in multi-faith movement for justice. She comes to this work with nearly a decade of experience at nonprofits combatting intergenerational poverty.A Truman Scholar and Nathan Cummings Foundation Fellow, Rev. Bailey earned degrees from Tufts University and Vanderbilt University Divinity School where she was awarded the Wilbur F. Tillett Prize for accomplishments in the study of theology. She writes regularly for a number of publications including Sojourners and the Huffington Post. Her first book, tentatively titled Confessions of a #Millennial #Minister is currently under contract with Chalice Press. Rev. Bailey is an ordained itinerant elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church.

34mins

25 Mar 2016

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