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Annie Parker

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How to Heal your Blocks to Success - with Annie Parker

That High Vibe Bitch

Hey Loves,Everything is Energy, and until we learn how to Master it, we will be blocking ourselves from success without even realising it. Once I started doing to work I had soooo many OPPORTUNITIES flow in, so if your ready for more LOVE, more MONEY and more SUCCESS then you absolutely need to check out this episode! Annie is sharing some amazing tips and tricks so that we can start healing our blocks to success.Where to find Annie:Instagram - @msannieparkerTikTok - @msannieparkerWebsite Book a FREE Glow session with me ⚡️DM  me to apply for 1:1 CoachingInstagram: @thathighvibebitchFacebook: @thekrystellemarie

46mins

24 Oct 2021

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Sitting Down with Three-Time Cancer Survivor, Annie Parker

Inside the GENOME

 In this episode of Inside the Genome, Dr. Slavin is joined by three-time cancer survivor, Annie Parker. They discuss how early genetic testing had an impact on her journey through survivorship. About Our Guest: Annie Parker was one of the first women to be tested for BRCA mutations after experiencing cancer at an early age. She is an advocate for women’s health and runs the Annie Parker Foundation.

13mins

18 May 2021

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Episode 71: Annie Parker - Tech Maven

Mavens Do It Better

In this episode Heather interviews Annie Parker, Global Head Startup Audience Engagement at Microsoft.Tune-in to hear their conversation on:What am I going back too?: Quitting her job via text from the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro and how that led to her working in the corporate accelerator space.Vulnerability is not a weakness: A key phrase from a business coach that helped inspire her career and work towards positive change in the tech industry.Talent is equally distributed, but opportunity is not: Annie's work with Microsoft for Start-ups and supporting founders who are working towards opening doors.That's a great piece of tech looking for a problem to solve: Why Annie thinks a successful startup needs to solve a problem rather than just make cool tech and tech's role in preserving and supporting indigenous cultures and our planet.

48mins

9 Apr 2020

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Series 6 Episode 18 - Going Global with Annie Parker

TWISTA - This Week in Startups Australia

Annie Parker, Global Head of Microsoft for Startups, has the history (and now the resources) to transform the way startups achieve global scale. Big thanks to TWISTA sponsors MYOB, UTS Startups and Campaign Monitor — their support makes our podcast possible!

46mins

12 Nov 2018

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E40 - Annie Parker, Microsoft

Open the Pod Bay Doors

This podcast is all about sharing the stories of the people making a difference to the Australian ecosystem. Few do more to champion and impact #startupaus then this week’s guest, Annie Parker.A coach, mentor and leader in the Australian startup community, Annie is passionate about helping founders achieve their full potential. She believes in the importance diversity, inclusion, and of paying everything forward!Annie has been delivering great results for 15 years in roles spanning digital, startup, technology & consulting. Having started her career as a management consultant back in the UK, she was quickly drawn to the world of startups and helped to set up one of world's first corporate accelerators with Telefonica's Wayra program.5 years ago she was seduced by Australia and decided to focus her energies on the local startup ecosystem, where she came to cofound Telstra’s accelerator program, Muru-D. Known for its investment and support of early stage startups, Annie and the team designed a program to give startups dedicated office space, fantastic acceleration services, and access to the experience and networking capability that Telstra can offer. The program has helped over a 115 startups and operates programs across Australia and Singapore. One of Annie’s biggest passions is Code Club Australia. In 2014, Annie realised that there was dirth of coders in the country and almost every founder had to outsource one of the most important role in the company. She took upon herself to solve this problem and founded Code Club Australia, a nationwide network of free volunteer-led after-school coding clubs for children aged 9-11. They have over 2000 clubs across Australia and over 175,000 children have learned the basics of coding, problem solving, collaboration, creativity and think like entrepreneurs.Last year Annie took over the helm as Interim CEO of Fishburners, Australia's first tech startup co-working space, helping thousands of companies start up their businesses since launching in 2011. Her devotion towards Australian Startup ecosystem caught the eye of Microsoft and Annie has just been appointed as the Global Head of Startups for Microsoft. The Microsoft Accelerator works with 647 companies globally which have raised $US3 billion in funding, and will soon be bringing their Scale Up program to Sydney, to help companies scale and  make a global impact.This is a wonderful conversation between Ian and Annie where they look back at some of the amazing work Annie has done for #startupaus and peek into the next big problems she’ll be taking on. Go Annie!

1hr 8mins

17 May 2018

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E40 - Annie Parker, Microsoft

Open the Pod Bay Doors

This podcast is all about sharing the stories of the people making a difference to the Australian ecosystem. Few do more to champion and impact #startupaus then this week’s guest, Annie Parker.A coach, mentor and leader in the Australian startup community, Annie is passionate about helping founders achieve their full potential. She believes in the importance diversity, inclusion, and of paying everything forward!Annie has been delivering great results for 15 years in roles spanning digital, startup, technology & consulting. Having started her career as a management consultant back in the UK, she was quickly drawn to the world of startups and helped to set up one of world's first corporate accelerators with Telefonica's Wayra program.5 years ago she was seduced by Australia and decided to focus her energies on the local startup ecosystem, where she came to cofound Telstra’s accelerator program, Muru-D. Known for its investment and support of early stage startups, Annie and the team designed a program to give startups dedicated office space, fantastic acceleration services, and access to the experience and networking capability that Telstra can offer. The program has helped over a 115 startups and operates programs across Australia and Singapore. One of Annie’s biggest passions is Code Club Australia. In 2014, Annie realised that there was dirth of coders in the country and almost every founder had to outsource one of the most important role in the company. She took upon herself to solve this problem and founded Code Club Australia, a nationwide network of free volunteer-led after-school coding clubs for children aged 9-11. They have over 2000 clubs across Australia and over 175,000 children have learned the basics of coding, problem solving, collaboration, creativity and think like entrepreneurs.Last year Annie took over the helm as Interim CEO of Fishburners, Australia's first tech startup co-working space, helping thousands of companies start up their businesses since launching in 2011. Her devotion towards Australian Startup ecosystem caught the eye of Microsoft and Annie has just been appointed as the Global Head of Startups for Microsoft. The Microsoft Accelerator works with 647 companies globally which have raised $US3 billion in funding, and will soon be bringing their Scale Up program to Sydney, to help companies scale and  make a global impact.This is a wonderful conversation between Ian and Annie where they look back at some of the amazing work Annie has done for #startupaus and peek into the next big problems she’ll be taking on. Go Annie!

1hr 8mins

17 May 2018

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Diets, Workouts and More with Guest IFBB Pro Annie Parker | BHL’s Fit Club

Fit Club

BHL's Fit Club -- In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Shaka Smith and Fallon Mercedes welcome Annie Parker to bring you weekly diet and fitness tips including helping build kids relationship with healthy food, what to eat before, during and after a workout, why and how to get more antioxidants in your diet and more. All of this and more on BHL's Fit Club!

32mins

2 Feb 2017

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Series 4 Ep 7 - Annie Parker and future TV with Gyde

TWISTA - This Week in Startups Australia

When Telstra decided to start its own tech accelerator, they lured Annie Parker from Telefonica to get it up and running - since then, it's gone from strength to strength, and Annie sits down with TWISTA to tell us what it takes to make an accelerator a success. Then TWISTA explores the radically changed landscape of social TV viewing with Andrew Julian and Darcy Laycock of Melbourne's Gyde. Their app points the way to a future where we always have too much good stuff to watch.

52mins

24 May 2016

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Annie Parker

Face2Face with David Peck

Join us today as Annie talks candidly about “why she’s not special”, her fight with a rare form of Cancer, about “we” versus “me”, why she’s so positive and why her life and philosophy has changed so radically over the past few years.BiographyANNE PARKER is a Canadian living in Toronto, Ontario.She was born in 1951 and lost her mother and her sister to cancer. Having survived both breast (1980) and ovarian (1988) cancer, in 1994 Annie and other family members were among a small group of North American families tested for the BRCA1 and BRCA2 gene mutations.After waiting almost two years, she learned that she does carry the deadly mutation. After surviving a further bout of cancer in 2005, Anne is today a 63-year-old, healthy woman living with a ticking time bomb: the BRCA1 gene mutation.Anne is now a cancer awareness and genetic testing advocate. The story of her life was the inspiration behind the film, Decoding Annie Parker (2013) starring Helen Hunt and Aaron Paul. Anne’s determination to give hope to other individuals and families afflicted by hereditary cancer led her to write her autobiography, Annie Parker Decoded.For more info head to her site here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

16 Oct 2015

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Decoding Annie Parker

SunsetCast - eMovies

Decoding Annie Parker - Love, science, sex, infidelity, disease and comedy, the wild, mostly true story of the irrepressible Annie Parker and the almost discovery of a cure for cancer.

9 Mar 2015

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