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John Crowley

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Episode 149: Councilmember D'Lynda Fischer, Natasha Juliana, & John Crowley discuss "Cool City" climate action initiative

Inside Petaluma

Councilmember D'Lynda Fischer, Natasha Juliana, & John Crowley discuss "Cool City" climate action initiative – find out more by visiting the "Cool Petaluma" web site


8 Nov 2021

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Episode 5: John Crowley

The Cures Playbook

“I did it because we had to.” That is how current Amicus CEO John Crowley sums up his decision to leave his job and become the Co-founder, President and CEO of a biotech start-up that conducted research on a new experimental treatment for Pompe disease, which he credits as ultimately saving his children’s lives. Listen in as Crowley shares more about his incredible journey in rare disease pharmaceutical development, the four elements he sees as the necessities to being a successful entrepreneur and what he feels is really the greatest trait of a leader.


7 Oct 2021

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026 Finding Role Models in Every Phase of Life with John Crowley

Got Your Six with Tony Nash

“Find ways to contribute your time to something that gives you energy and makes a positive difference in the world.” - John CrowleyOn this new episode of Got Your 6, Tony Nash talks to US Army veteran John Crowley about his time in the military, his leadership icons, his transition from service to working towards a dual degree at Harvard, resiliency amid failures, and the power of volunteering.John Crowley is the president and COO of Steel Hearts, a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring fallen graduates of service academies. While being a full-time joint degree graduate student at Harvard, serves as the head of military affairs with Legacy, a digital fertility clinic for men. -----01:15– Introduction02:24 – His transition from Army officer to full-time Harvard graduate student03:07– Things he did in the military that he continues to do today: drink coffee, treat people with dignity04:51 – How finding right role models can go a long way05:35 – Why he has so many mentors from different stages of his life06:45– The importance of authenticity in a leader08:16 – His failures that have shaped who he is today, including failing at the start of his military journey.10:26 – Resiliency amid failures: refocus, recalibrate, rebuild confidence13:27 – The ongoing partnership between Steel Hearts and Paintru to paint every US service academy graduate killed in action while serving during the global War on Terror.16:15 – Why he joined Steel Hearts: He could not afford to donate money, so he contributed his time.17:35 – His work with Legacy and why it is high time to talk about male fertility issues20:58– John says he is better than yesterday because of constant learning opportunities. -----How to connect with John Crowley:LinkedInE-mailYouTube-----Connect with Tony:WebsiteLinkedInInstagramTwitter


4 Oct 2021

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Ep. 90: Harvard Kennedy + Business Schools and Memorializing The Fallen with John Crowley From Steel Hearts Foundation

The Veteran (Semi) Professional

John Crowley is currently working on a Joint Degree from Harvard Business School and  Harvard Kennedy School.  We talk about going after a power degree combo like this as well as his work with Steel Hearts- memorializing the fallen service academy graduates of the Global War on Terror. Contribute to their current campaign to have all the fallen memorialized in a portrait here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/steel-hearts-x-paintru


7 Sep 2021

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069: Thoughts on Afghanistan with Combat Vet John Crowley

The Brave and Faithful

On this special episode of the podcast, I sit down with fellow Corspman, Purple Heart and Bronze Star recipient, John Crowley. "Jack" is also the owner of JCrow Consult, where he teaches lifesaving skills to every day people. While he's not doing that, he's also a Firefighter/EMT.  Today, we go over the recent events in Afghanistan, talk about some of the things our fellow Vets and Active Duty personnel are going through right now over the situation. There's mixed emotions in our community and it's important that we discuss these things and talk to one another to help one another navigate through this period. For our fellow brothers and sisters in arms, know that what you did there mattered. YOU MATTER. Reach out to one another.  Follow John and JCrow Consult on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. This podcast is brought to you by Fortis Et Fidelis. Honoring the brave and faithful service of our fallen by creating and providing memorial coins for families of the fallen . The free will never forget! Join our Community at Brave and Faithful Visit our website Fortis Et Fidelis Follow, Like, Subscribe to Fortis Et Fidelis: Facebook Instagram Twitter Youtube Listen to the Brave and Faithful Podcast: Amazon Apple Spotify Google--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fortis-et-fidelis/support


20 Aug 2021

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Episode 133: John Crowley and Matt McGuire on residential solar energy

Inside Petaluma

John Crowley and Matt Maguire join forces with Inside Petaluma to discuss all things solar.  Do you have questions about making your home solar powered?  Come check this discussion out to learn more.


3 Jul 2021

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Amicus Therapeutics CEO John Crowley

Talks at GS

In this episode of Talks at GS, John F. Crowley, chairman and CEO of Amicus Therapeutics discusses his leadership at Amicus Therapeutics, his efforts to develop cutting-edge treatments for rare diseases and disorders, and his perspective as a biotech innovator on the global response to the pandemic.


4 Jun 2021

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Spring Break by John Crowley || Short Story Summary, Analysis, Review

The CodeX Cantina

Welcome to the CodeX Cantina where our mission is to get more people talking about books! Today we look at "Spring Break" by John Crowley. It was a 2018 Edgar award with themes of isolation, technology, old and new and more! Did you guys catch the references to Edgar Allan Poe stories in it? Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzdqkkUKpfRIbCXmiFvqxIw?sub_confirmation=1 ================================= Books or Stories Mentioned in this Video: Channels Mentioned in this Video: ================================= #JohnCrowley #SpringBrea TABLE OF CONTENTS: 0:00 Introductions 0:36 Publication, Author, + Themes 1:15 Plot Summary 3:02 Analysis 18:15 Wrap Up and Ratings Do you have a Short Story or Novel you'd think we'd like or would want to see us cover? Submit your entry here: https://forms.gle/41VvksZTKBsxUYQMA You can reach us on Social Media: ▶ The Literary Discourse Discord: https://discord.gg/2YyXPAdRUy ▶ http://instagram.com/thecodexcantina ▶ http://twitter.com/thecodexcantina ====Copyright Info==== Song: Infinite Artist: Valence Licensed to YouTube by: AEI (on behalf of NCS); Featherstone Music (publishing), and 1 Music Rights Societies Free Download/Stream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHoqD47gQG8 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thecodexcantina/support


6 May 2021

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John Crowley - Great Work of Time

Spine Crackers

This week the Spine Crackers head to British colonial Africa at some point in the flat circle of time with John Crowley's 1989 time-travel novella Great Work of Time!

1hr 41mins

22 Jan 2021

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John Crowley, freelance journalist, on working from home - or is it living at work?

Journalism.co.uk podcast

Crowley's recent survey revealed that lockdown has been a mixed experience for journalists: some have enjoyed the comfort of their homes, while others have burned out. What can we learn from it to improve our newsrooms post-pandemic?

26 Nov 2020