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Julie Cooper

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Ep. 40 - Raising The Sisterhood & Searching For Belonging With Julie Cooper

The Full Circle Podcast

In this episode I chat to Julie Cooper who is a writer, host of Raising the Sisterhood podcast, facilitates workshops to empower the sisterhood and founder of Sœur (pronounced SIR) a social fashion enterprise. We talk about how her Niuean heritage has shaped her, and how she transitioned from being a talent agent looking after NZ’s top influencers to her soul passion of empowering women. Work with Anna: Radical Blueprint Mastermind Program - join the waitlist Heart School Immersion - learn more Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode: How Julie realised she had ‘the disease to please’ and why she believes it links back to her Mum almost terminating her in utero ( and how that conversation even came about) Julie’s healing journey and what that entailed Julie’s mission to empower women and ‘raise the sisterhood’ How Julie grew up feeling ‘too white to feel brown’, and why she felt like she never belonged because of her Niuean heritage How Niuean culture shaped her, and the rules that governed her Why she decided to walk into a bar at age 14 and ask for a job The reason behind creating Raising The Sisterhood, Julie’s podcast The brutality of ‘old media’ and journalism, and the vision Julie has moving forward Julie’s biggest lessons to come out of 2020, and her advice for anyone wanting to start a business Resources mentioned in this episode: The Self-Improvement bundle (available until Monday 15 Feb 2021, 23:00 NZT) - get it here. It Didn’t Start With You by Mark Wolynn {book} Connect with our podcast guest: Instagram: @juliecoopercreative Facebook: @juliecoopercreative Podcast: www.juliecoopercreative.com/raisingthesisterhoodpodcast Website: www.juliecoopercreative.com Find out more about Anna + The Full Circle podcast: annasquelch.com annasquelch.com/podcast Subscribe to The Full Circle Podcast iTunes, Spotify, Podtail Follow Anna on Social Media Anna’s Instagram: @annasquelch Facebook: Anna Squelch Coaching If you enjoyed this podcast… Please let us know what you want to hear about! Tell us in the comments or send us an email at hello@annasquelch.com

56mins

14 Feb 2021

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ARNA Talks to Julie Cooper, Founder of Sœur and Raising the Sisterhood Podcast

ARNA Talks

Julie Cooper is a writer, host of Raising the Sisterhood podcast, facilitates workshops to empower the sisterhood and founder of social enterprise Sœur (pronounced SIR) where every robe sold gives back to creative women in business. We spoke to Julie about so many things, going out on her own after being in a corporate role for years, fears, courage, believing in yourself, giving yourself permission and just so much more!

29mins

18 Nov 2020

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Who Is Julie Cooper?

Raising The Sisterhood

In this podcast, Julie shares her story! Stay tuned for more podcasts coming soon featuring beautiful sisters who share real stories to help empower you to step into your role as a divine feminine leader and discover your own divine self worth.Find out more about Julie Cooper & Raising The Sisterhood podcast:https://www.juliecoopercreative.com/raisingthesisterhoodpodcastFollow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/raisingthesisterhoodpodcastLots of love,Julie xx

29 Sep 2020

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#11: Julie Cooper — How to thank donors so they keep on giving

The Build Good Podcast

What is the secret of organizations raising record levels of money during the coronavirus pandemic?Many of the nonprofits thriving right now have one thing in common: donor-centric fundraising and stewardship. While it seems counter-intuitive, in hard times many donors actually increase their giving. They want to be part of the solution and help.But the key is, they only give to organizations they care about — and organizations that care about them. Organizations that share their values. That have done a good job at thanking them, making them feel valued and connecting them to the cause. Donors move mountains for charities that value them, celebrate their generosity, use their gift effectively and report back to them on the difference they've made.So if your nonprofit was already focused on donor-centric fundraising, you have a huge advantage right now. And if you weren't, the good news is you can start today.If you want proven tactics that keep donors coming back again and again, this podcast is for you. Julie Cooper will share how to thank donors so they feel connected to your cause...and want to keep giving — even after the pandemic is over. NOTESLearn more about Julie and get the FREE resources mentioned in the podcast by visiting her website

37mins

22 May 2020

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I'll Send You to Julie Cooper (The OC 1.08)

Mystery, Outsiders, and Abs

Ryan and Seth get caught, Sandy gets surprised, Summer gets her man, Lindsay gets dumped over and over and over and...

1hr 14mins

31 Jul 2018

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Julie Cooper MP: pharmacy's champion in parliament

Chemist + Druggist pharmacy podcast

The pharmacy owner turned MP who's fighting the pharmacy funding cuts

20mins

17 Mar 2017

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The Open Practice Committee: Geof Oppenheimer & Julie Cooper

Arts@UChicago

If you experience any technical difficulties with this video or would like to make an accessibility-related request, please send a message to digicomm@uchicago.edu.Artist Geof Oppenheimer and political sciences Professor Julie Cooper will discuss Oppenheimer's work as it is situated in the arena of the aesthetics of politics, and contemplate the future possibilities of contemporary art in the broader social fabric. Geof Oppenheimer is currently a Harper & Schmidt Fellow and Assistant Professor in the Department of Visual Arts. He has exhibited at the PS1 Contemporary Arts Center, Long Island City, NY; The Project, New York; The Contemporary Museum, Baltimore; MC, Los Angeles; Cohan & Leslie, New York; Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley; Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester and SF Camerawork, San Francisco. He has received awards from the Eisner Foundation (2001), Grand Mariner Foundation (2001) and is a recipient Fleishhacker Foundation Eureka Fellowship (2005), . He is represented by The Project, New York. Julie Cooper is Assistant Professor of political science at the University of Chicago. Her research interests include early modern political theory and Jewish political thought. She is currently completing a book entitled Modesty and Dignity in Modern Political Theory.

1hr 18mins

24 Jul 2009