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Julie Davis

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Tulsa Triumphs – Julie Davis, YWCA Tulsa

Tulsa Talks: A TulsaPeople Podcast

Welcome to Tulsa Talks presented by Tulsa Regional Chamber. I’m your host Tim Landes.  On the first day of January, YWCA Tulsa CEO Julie Davis stood at the podium of the Centennial Year Launch program for the upcoming 100th commemoration of the Tulsa Race Massacre.  She was there to announce the launch of the nonprofit organization’s Tulsa Triumphs initiative, which is a commitment to eliminate racism through pledges to do things like shop local Black businesses or learn more about our city’s past. The mission of eliminating racism is one of the YWCA’s main goals as a nonprofit organization. Julie joins me on this episode to talk about Tulsa Triumphs and about the tangible ways she and her staff are investing in the Black community as part of their pledge. She also talks about the other ways the nonprofit are working to empower women and help our community flourish. She joined YWCA as CEO in 2017 and leads an organization that started locally in 1914. Seven years later, after one of the worst race massacres in U.S. history occurred, the YWCA opened a center in north Tulsa to provide shelter, hot meals and job training for young Black women who were forced into homeless after at least 35 city blocks were burned to the ground. A decade later they helped women and their families during the Great Depression. They have also focused on helping immigrants who arrive in Tulsa looking for a new start in a new land of opportunity by providing citizenship services, legal services and education like English language classes. Today, that includes the program Flourish Tulsa, which is a partnership between YWCA, TCC, Workforce Tulsa and the City of Tulsa. We feature an article about the program in our February issue and Julie discussed it and more in this zoom conversation recorded in late January.Julie’s a native of Missouri but has called Tulsa home since attending TU for her masters. We talk about her time in Tulsa and why she’s devoted her career to working for nonprofits, and how being a mom of two girls impacts her work. I had a great time getting to know Julie and learning more about her and the important work the YWCA is doing in Tulsa. You can learn more about all their programs, including in health and wellness at YWCATulsa.org. Following that conversation, a new song from Saugeye, which just released their debut album. More on that later. OK, let’s get this going. This is Tulsa Talks with Julie Davis. Saugeye is a Tulsa band named after avid fisherman and band frontman Jared Tyler’s favorite catch, a hybrid blend of the walleye and sauger. The band members describe their sound as hybrid roots music, and you can hear it here with the single “Keystone Lillie.” On January 29th, Horton Records celebrated the release of Saugeye’s self-titled debut, which is now available at HortonRecords.BandCamp.Com.  Sidenote, Brian Horton will be our guest on the next episode of Tulsa Talks. Here is Saugeye’s “Keystone Lillie.”


3 Feb 2021

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Havurahdcast #36 - Julie Davis (New York Times Editor on covering Trump - and now Biden -- for the Times)

Hill Havurahdcast

In the episode, Rabbi Hannah catches up with Julie Davis, the Congressional Editor and former White House correspondent for the New York Times (and former Congressional correspondent). Rabbi Hannah asks Julie how her work and life has changed since Joe Biden became President, after four frenzied years of covering Donald Trump. Julie is also the co-author "Border Wars: Inside Trump's Assault on Immigration."


26 Jan 2021

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Bridging the Racial Divide through Conversation w/ Santae Cooper, Duane & Julie Davis


This special podcast brings the Coopers’ (Santae & Kris) and Davis’ (Duane & Julie) together to discuss heart pounding questions about this racially charged society. Duane & Julie humble themselves as a white couple and asks Kris & Santae, an African American couple, about parenting children during this time, the trauma they feel daily as blacks in America, & how can whites be supportive during this time. These two families come together to help people grow, learn, & also laugh together through suffering. This episode is a reflection of how God can be glorified through multi-cultural friendships and be fruitful despite the racial unrest in America. We pray it helps you ‘Grow in the Classroom of Grace.’

1hr 13mins

5 Jun 2020

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April 23, 2020 – Julie Davis “Thus Sayeth the Lord: A Fresh Take on the Prophets” and Janel Rodriguez “My Uncle Fulton Sheen”

Meet the Author with Ken Huck

Ken talks with Julie Davis “Thus Sayeth the Lord: A Fresh Take on the Prophets” (Our Sunday Visitor) and Janel Rodriguez “My Uncle Fulton Sheen” (Ignatius Press).  Julie’s book available at: https://www.osvcatholicbookstore.com/product/thus-sayeth-the-lord-a-fresh-take-on-the-prophets Janel’s book at: https://www.ignatius.com/My-Uncle-Fulton-Sheen-P3496.aspx


23 Apr 2020

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Good Story Special: Thus Sayeth the Lord by Julie Davis

A Good Story is Hard to Find

Here's a special episode, because Julie wrote another book! Scott interviews Julie about "Thus Sayeth the Lord", a book she wrote about the biblical prophets.Most of the prophets in the Bible didn't want the job. Why? Because it usually involved telling a bunch of people that they were doing it wrong (which always goes over well). But when they did what God asked them to do … wow.Download or listen via this link: |Special Episode - Thus Sayeth the Lord| Subscribe to the podcast via this link: Feedburner Or subscribe via iTunes by clicking: |HERE| Thus Sayeth the Lord by Julie Davis - Amazon linkJulie's other books: Happy Catholic: Glimpses of God in Everyday LifeSeeking Jesus in Everyday LifeLord, Open My Heart: Daily Scriptural Reflections for Lent

31 Mar 2020

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Episode 289: How Teachers Can Use Alexa To Enhance Learning - with Julie Davis

Happy Collecting with Paul Hickey

When I interviewed Julie Davis, director of instructional technology and innovation for Chattanooga Christian School, it was before the tornado damage in Nashville on March 3, 2020 and before the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic began to limit social gatherings of large groups. It was certainly before schools began to close down for the year. However, after reflecting on this interview, I feel like posting it is the right thing to do, because now, more than ever, if educators can figure out how to use Alexa to enhance learning, it will keep education going in the right direction for when we can be face-to-face with one other, and for when we can’t be. Here is the full interview with Julie Davis as I had intended to post it prior to the events of March 2020. Julie Davis is the director of instructional technology and innovation at Chattanooga Christian school. She is an educator working with teachers, students, parents and developers. She’s a former accountant so she understands business. She’s an Alexa champion and she’s been pulled in by Samsung’s Bixby to also be their version of a Bixby champion. I am so honored that she is going to present at the Nashville Voice Conference 2020. Julie is the host of Voice in Education podcast and Alexa flash briefing. I recently spoke to Julie about how she uses voice technology to support learning in schools around her area.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paulhickey/support


17 Mar 2020

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Counter Talks: Julie Davis, AEM Workforce Development

Counter Talks

Canadian Rental Service editor Patrick Flannery discusses ways to ensure the future of skilled labour in the mechanical trades with Julie Davis, director of workforce development for the Association of Equipment Manufacturers.


20 Feb 2020

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Counter Talks Episode #1 – Julie Davis, AEM Workforce Development

Annex Business Media: Podcasts

Canadian Rental Service editor Patrick Flannery discusses ways to ensure the future of skilled labour in the mechanical trades with Julie Davis, director of workforce development for the Association of Equipment Manufacturers.


3 Feb 2020

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Ep. 013 Navigating Your "to-do" List to Get Unstuck! and Move Your Business Forward with Julie Davis

Don't Kill The Messenger

If you're like most people at this time of year feeling slightly overwhelmed with all of the "to-do's" on your list before the holidays, then my friend Julie and I discuss how to navigate your 'to-do' list so you can get Unstuck and move your business forward. And if you're in Colorado Springs then join us at the event! --> Get your ticket Genuinely, -Victor P.S. Whenever you're ready the best way I could help you is by getting my Book "The 4-Phase Complete Automation Strategy to Generate Never Ending Leads"


28 Oct 2019

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Episode 21: Julie Davis - How to live with purpose when someone you love lives with MND

Courageous Conversations

Welcome to Episode 21 of our podcast, Courageous Conversations, hosted by Leanne Pilkington.In this episode, we hear from Julie Davis, co-founder of Women in Real Estate, Director at Logical Coaching and the co-producer of Agent Dynamics. She talks about her real estate career, launching Agent Dynamics, discovering your innate skills and 'flow', the diagnosis of her husband's MND and how she has continued to love her life to the fullest following this significant turning point. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast via Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or Spotify.


17 Oct 2019