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Episode #80 - Sue Turner aka Hammock Hanger (a Trail Dames story)

The Trail Dames Podcast

Sue started camping as a child. She became very involved in camping with her children and then became the Outdoor Specialist for the Palm Glades GS Council. As her daughters grew up, she moved over to the FL Trail, working as a Trail Master. Her next path went up to the Adirondack Mountains, where she was the Lead Backpack Instructor for 8 years. Once the children were grown and out of the house, she was free to wander up the Appalachian Trail, and this is where her hiking passion became an addiction. She could never get enough. In the years to follow she would complete many East Coast trails ie: FL Trail, Bartram Trail, Benton McKay Trail, Long Trail, Great Eastern Trail, Northville Placid Trail, Foothills Trail, and many others. She enjoyed the gem of the PCT by hiking the John Muir Trail in the High Sierras. In 2011, she began her international hiking. She has completed the Camino de Santiago in Spain. The Coast to Coast in the UK, and her own path from the English Channel to the North Sea, also in UK. She has hiked some trails in Australia and New Zealand. Her last hike was in 2018, walking from Florence to Rome on the St Francis of Assisi route in Italy. In 2014 Trail Dames presented her with the well-earned Adventures of the Year Award. Hammock Hanger on Trail Journals: www.trailjournals.com/HHENGLAND2015 Connect with Anna, aka Mud Butt, at info@traildames.com You can find the Trail Dames at: Our website: https://www.traildames.com The Summit: https://www.traildamessummit.com The Trail Dames Foundation: https://www.tdcharitablefoundation.org Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/traildames/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/traildames/ Hiking Radio Network: https://hikingradionetwork.com/ Hiking Radio Network on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hikingradionetwork/ Music provided for this Podcast by The Burns Sisters "Dance Upon This Earth" https://www.theburnssisters.com


1 Dec 2020

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23: Sue Turner - The impact of COVID-19 on charities

Trading Through Coronavirus - Business Podcast

In this episode Nigel talks to Sue Turner, Chief Executive of the Quartet Community Foundation, about how charities are being affected by the coronavirus outbreak. Nigel gets Sue's thoughts on: How are charities being affected? (00:28).  What are the consequences of emerging from this crisis without social sector support in our communities? (02:20). What are your thoughts on people taking offence to the fact that charities have paid staff? (07:12) Why should businesses be concerned about the troubles charities are facing? (09:03) For further guidance and support, or to raise a particular question or concern please visit: www.tradingthroughcoronavirus.co.uk


8 May 2020

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What's Up ABQ: ft. Sue Turner ,Tom Baker, & Kimberly Stoppel W/ the Telephone Museum of New Mexico

What's Up ABQ

It's right there on 4th street. Big tall building. Hard to miss. Or is it in your pocket? You might be about to listen to our show on it right now. This week, Linds & Ryan are in downtown Albuquerque talking with a whole cadre of wonderful folks who make our very own Telephone Museum of New Mexico run like a charm. Whether you're into state history, tech innovations of yesterday, today, and beyond, or (like us) are on the hunt for fun things to do around town, these guys are worth the trip. Want to visit the Telephone Museum of New Mexico? Just drive or scooter on down to their 110 4th St NW location - they're open every Weds from 10a-2p.  "Ahoy, Ahoy!" "Watson, I need you!" - to come check out What's Up ABQ's next episode. - Enjoy! If you or someone you know is a local small business owner, creative, or entrepreneur we'd love to consider interviewing! SERIOUSLY. You can get in touch via our Instagram HERE. Also, Linds and Ryan will give a shout out to whoever buys us a beer down at Sidetrack. (We're both devoted dark beer drinkers) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whats-up-abq/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whats-up-abq/support


1 Oct 2019

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Sue Turner

Stay in the Loop with Lucy

Sue Turner is interviewed by Lucy Dahill for 2HHH on her Outstanding Service To The Community (Individual) award from Ku-ring-gai Council in 2016.


30 Jan 2017

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Ep. 94: “If You Have A Goal Set…Follow That!” Featuring Sue Turner

Dearest Doula with Nathalie Saenz

Ep. 94: “If You Have A Goal Set…Follow That!” Featuring Sue Turner In this latest Dearest Doula podcast episode, we are joined by fellow birth worker and midwife Sue Turner! Sue Turner is a CA Medical Board Licensed Midwife. She is also a graduate of the National College of Midwifery and currently a preceptor for the NCM. She has attended births in various settings including home, birth center and the hospital. Sue has appeared on TLC and NBC, several radio talk shows, and has been interviewed by various other media outlets. Listen in to her interview today as she shares what her birth worker journey has been like as a midwife!  For links to the resources Sue outlined, be sure to visit our 'show notes' page at: www.dearestdoula.com/sue Have you connected with 'Dearest Doula' on social media? Don't wait, do it today! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DearestDoula Twitter: https://twitter.com/DearestDoula Instagram: https://instagram.com/dearestdoulapodcast/ You can also get connected by joining our Facebook group, ‘Birth work is the Best Work’  Also, don’t forget to sign up for the Dearest Doula Accountability Tribe- to join in on weekly discussions with other passionate birth workers who want to deepen their doula philosophy, and grow their business.  I look forward to connecting with you! *Sound/Music by Setuniman  at www.freesound.org/people/setuniman/


14 Apr 2016