Collections by Michelle Bown wsg Chicago Activist Ryan O'Donnell
Collections by Michelle Brown
Ryan O'Donnell is an activist who cares deeply about social and environmental justice. This Chicago native attended Howard University and is an endless well of talent. His wide array of skills makes him tend to enhance anything that he is involved in as he fights for justice including organizing to help refugees and connecting with animal rights and environmental activists.O’Donnell wants to shine a light on the plight of LGBTQI+ refugees, particularly in The Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya.The Kakuma Refugee Camp has always been full of problems: dust storms, high temperatures, poisonous spiders, snakes, and scorpions, outbreaks of malaria, cholera, and other hardships especially if you are LGBTQIA. Many of these refugees fled homophobic and transphobic violence in nearby Uganda but continue to face threats and violence from locals and other refugees for the simple reason that they are LGBTQI. LGBTQI people in Africa are frequently subject to mob and state-sponsored violence and criminalization. Many are forced to become refugees, and when they flee for their lives and leave behind their homes, expecting to find safety—to get the rights that were denied in their home countriesO’Donnell believes it is important to shine a light on the LGBTQI refugees in Kakuma and reminds us that “Until we are all free, none of us are free.”He works with "Team Rainbow Kakuma" a coalition of LGBTQI refugees in Kakuma, Kenya. They face constant anti-LGBTQI persecution and violence that UNHCR allows. The Coalition uses democratic principles to organize a network of LGBTQI refugees throughout all of Kakuma to support each other.
Oh Behave! Side Quest with Ryan O'Donnell on Change in Behavior Analysis
Oh Behave! Podcast
Ryan O'Donnell of The Daily BA (YouTube, Facebook, Instagram) joins the podcast to talk about change in the field of behavior analysis, including the challenges related to that.Intro & Outro is Fever (Instrumental)by Yellen courtesy of Audiio.com (License #: 1415988103). Intro and Outro music is licensed exclusively for use with this podcast; however, all other parts of this podcasts are open source education materials, and only require citation in order to be used in whole or in part. Please consider contributing to the Podcast to further the goals of making knowledge freely accessible to the world.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ohbehave/support
Investing in Edinburgh with Russell Godfrey and Ryan O'Donnell
Scottish Property Podcast
On this week's podcast, we release the recording from our monthly networking event which is focused on investing in Edinburgh.Thanks to all our speakers:Kessar Salimihttps://www.linkedin.com/in/kessar-salimi-16919a139/Arshad Alihttps://www.linkedin.com/in/ar5had/Ryan O'Donnellhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan0donnell/Russell Godfreyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/russell-godfrey-88034356/If you want to signup for our next event it will be on Monday, the 2nd November and you can register on the Eventbrite website where you will be sent the zoom link. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/122836702885⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Hope you find it useful and we would appreciate it hugely if you could find time to leave a review on Apple Podcasts.Connect with us on social media:Join the Scottish Property Podcast Facebook Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/628274537711227/Steven Clark on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stevenclark84/Nick Ponty on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nick_ponty/Email us:Steven@steven-clark.comNick@arcproperty.uk
Discover what’s possible when behavioral science is creatively broadcasted. Ryan O’Donnell is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, videographer, and entrepreneur. Through quick and easy-to-digest YouTube videos, he makes behavioral science publicly accessible so people of all ages can experience their version of success. In the summer of 2019, Ryan collaborated with the Global Autism Project to document our training approach and highlight our partners at Kaizora Center for Neurodevelopmental Disabilities, in Kenya. You can watch these videos on his YouTube channel, The Daily BA. In previous episodes, we’ve talked about how Applied Behavior Analysis, or ABA, can be used to effectively treat individuals with autism. Given Ryan’s passion for disseminating behavioral science, and how it is often misunderstood, I thought he’d be the perfect person to come on the show and explain what it is exactly. Ryan provides a condensed history of behavioral science — from early controversial practices of behavior modification to modern ABA used in autism services — as well as relatable examples of its applications. Ryan also shares his experiences from working with the adult population and describes the different services that are available for families. For more information about Ryan O'Donnell and the work he’s doing, please visit his website: The Daily BA. ----more---- We appreciate your time. If you enjoy this podcast and you’d like to support our mission, please take just a few seconds to share it with one person who you think will find value in it too. You can also follow us on Instagram @autismpodcast and subscribe to our YouTube channel Global Autism Project. ----more---- We would love to hear your feedback about the show. Please fill out this short survey to let us know your thoughts: Listener Survey.
Ryan O'Donnell shares the physical and mental symptoms he experienced while being diagnosed with COVID-19 and how his wife, Ashleigh, and their two children managed to stay healthy (for the most part) through the process
Walk the Talk
Husband and wife, Ryan and Ashleigh O'Donnell, share how they navigated life while Ryan was diagnosed with COVID-19. They talk about how Ashleigh and their two children managed to stay healthy (for the most part) while Ryan dealt with the physical and mental symptoms.
Covid19: Symptoms and Experiences with Ryan O'Donnell and Meditation
Ryan O'Donnell was Diagnosed with the CoronaVirus and he wants to help others by sharing his story and symptoms throughout the process. Healing at the end for those struggling with the CoronaVirus.Ryan is a 41 yr old married father of 2. His wife, Ashleigh, is a holistic nutritionist and educator, His son Leighton is 5 years old and daughter Thalia is 2.5. They also have a 9 month old puppy (husky/sheppard mix) named Jasper.He is a cinematographer in the entertainment industry and often travels the world filming adventure shows. He also works in the San Francisco Bay Area as a freelance camera operator and films a variety of content such as lifestyle shows, cooking shows, and tech/corporate content.
Bringing Behaviour to a Bigger World with Ryan O'Donnell
Joining me on the show for this episode is science communicator and content creator Ryan O’Donnell, a.k.a RyanO. Ryan wakes up daily trying to fill the gap between the amazing science of behavior and the billions of people that it could impact for the better. He does this by creating content for behavioral science enthusiasts via The Daily BA on YouTube, The Controversial Exchange and CHATTcon while preparing for his next big venture. (He gives us a sneak peak into that during our podcast chat.)Ryan started his career as a Behaviour Analyst but his interests have grown to include everything from entrepreneurship, artificial intelligence, reinforcement learning, social media, podcasting, and vlogging. These interests and skills have allowed him to work with a lot of great people, travel and share the science of behaviour with the world at large and that’s what we are talking about today - how to bring the science of behaviour to a bigger world.In this episode I ask Ryan:What is Behaviour Analysis and why does it matter?What attracted you to the field?How did you move from straight BA work to film making and digital content creation? And why?What it the bigger purpose for you of bringing the science of behaviour to YouTube and the digital world?How did you develop your video and content creation skills?How do you think our communities can benefit from bringing behaviour to a bigger world?If you have a passion for science communication, helping others to learn, grow and flourish or the innovative use of digital content and story telling, don’t miss this fantastic conversation.For a full transcript, guest profile, expert tips and the resources mentioned in this episode, visit potential.com.au/podcast or join the conversation on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter
MTT042| Creating with Chrome - Ryan O’Donnell Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, we will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. Are you at a school with a lot of Chrome Books? How are you using them? Are your students consumers or creators? Wouldn’t it be great if you could turn on your student’s creative side and see where it would lead them? Join us today as we speak with Ryan O’Donnell, a high school Video Production teacher from California. He shares with us so many creative ways to have your students Creating with Chrome in no time. And just wait until you check out his unbelievable templates that he is sharing with you! Ryan O’Donnell is currently a Video Production teacher at Rocklin High School in Rocklin, California. Before teaching video, he was a TOSA and social studies teacher and has been in education for 20 years. Ryan’s passionate about professional development for teachers with a focus on using tools, techniques and strategies in order to help students become more engaged and connected. Along with being a full time teacher, he is a podcaster, co-hosting the ed tech podcast, "Check This Out" as well as a presenter at various workshops and conferences throughout the country. You can connect with Ryan and find all his resources on his website www.creativeedtech.com Contact: Ryan O’Donnell Twitter: @creativeedtech Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: CreativeEdTech.com YouTube: Ryan O’Donnell https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU3vw2FXs7n1eBOLHsUTm_g Items mentioned in Episode 42: Check This Out Podcast Screencastify Camtasia Snag It Mike Rowe - Speaking to Congress video Carol Dweck Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell #nowlistening #podcastedu #googleslides #ChromeBooks #Chrome We would love to hear from you! Let us know if you find our podcast helpful! Is there technology out there that you would like us to cover in one of our episodes? Contact us! Email us Shannon@MyTechToolbelt.com Brenda@MyTechToolbelt.com If you enjoyed this episode, tell a friend, and SUBSCRIBE FOR FREE TO THE SHOW! Please share this podcast with someone you think might benefit. What’s in your Tech Toolbelt? www.mytechtoolbelt.com Twitter: @mytechtoolbelt Instagram: My Tech Toolbelt You can listen to our podcast on: Apple Podcasts Google Play Music Spotify or listen here Music: http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music
Uranus, the 2020 U.S. Primary election, Aquarius season, Slow Pulp, and an interview with Democratic strategist Ryan O'Donnell. Click here for the 2020 Primary election dates by state. ✑ EXPLORE THE DARK. Website / Instagram / Twitter Become an Inkblot Read Jess' astrology contributions at Hooligan Magazine
Episode 014: Not All Rainbows & Unicorns with Ryan O'Donnell
The BeerEDU Podcast
The BeerEDU Podcast Episode 014: Not All Rainbows & Unicorns with Ryan O'Donnell! Special guest Ryan joins Kyle & Ben to talk about how social media for teachers is way too positive, how we've gotten away from the art of teaching, and a little bit about some scheming for #CUE19 in Palm Springs! Check out the shownotes for this episode at bit.ly/beeredupodcast. Have any feedback or suggestions for Kyle and Ben? Want them to talk about a topic that interests you or want to learn something about beer? Send them an email at email@example.com, tweet them @BeerEDUPod, hit up Beeredupodcast on Facebook, or drop a voicemail using the Anchor app or Google Voice at (775)298-6672. And please consider leaving a review on iTunes or Google Play to help others find the podcast! Visit bit.ly/beeredupodcast for more information on Kyle & Ben, episodes, and if you would like to be a guest on the podcast, a guest form! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-beeredu-podcast/support