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Food Affordability and Security in Remote Indigenous Communities - with Rohan Gupta, Roberta Henning and Terrence Douglas

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"This is the second inquiry into food security by the parliament in eleven years. And like the Closing the Gap targets, little has changed or improved for those Australian Aboriginal people who live in remote communities." - Anne Stanley MP.In December 2020, the Australian House of Representatives Standing Committee on Indigenous Affairs tabled a report on food pricing and food security in remote Indigenous communities. The inquiry into this issue was made after reports of grocery price gouging in remote ATSI communities during the COVID-19 crisis. It was also made in response to the longstanding concerns of fresh, healthy and affordable produce being unavailable to our most remote Australians – many of whom are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.The report resulted in 16 recommendations, made to state and federal governments, concerning a need to put downward pressure on food prices in these communities for the sake of equality in health and socioeconomic outcomes. The Federal Government is yet to respond to the report.This week, we are speaking to the project lead for the Mayi Market, Rohan Gupta, as well as Mossman Gorge O-Hub staff, Robert Henning and Terrence Douglas. The Mayi Market is an initiative of the Cape York Partnership, and was established to address the enduring issue of food security and affordability in Cape York. In some communities, residents have been paying triple the price for groceries in comparison to Cairns, the nearest regional center. The mission of the Mayi Market is to ensure a healthy diet is attainable for all Cape York families, through the delivery of fresh food boxes on a fortnightly basis. The produce in these boxes is priced in parity with Cairns supermarket prices. During the episode, we discuss the reality of food availability and affordability in Cape York communities, and address the ensuing health outcomes. We also speak about the logistics of such an operation, how the initiative was co-designed with residents of Cape York and how CYP plans to scale it over the next 12 months.Thank you for taking the time to listen.-------------------------------------------------To find out more about the Mayi Market, read pages 72-75 of the CYP July-December 2020 Family Empowerment Report: bit.ly/FER-2020-July-to-DecemberMayi Market website: The Mayi Market – Fresh food boxes for Cape York communitiesMayi Market is also on Facebook and Instagram.Report on Food Security and Affordability: Report – Parliament of Australia (aph.gov.au)A snapshot of the report via SBS: Calls for study to improve food security and stop price gouging in remote Indigenous communities (sbs.com.au)SBS short documentary 'The Distance Diet': Food availability in remote indigenous communities - YouTube Sources of audio snippets:The Distance DietFood availability in remote indigenous communitiesFood availability in remote indigenous communities - YouTubeLinda BurneyFood insecurity in remote Aboriginal communitiesFood insecurity in remote Aboriginal communities - YouTubeAnne Stanley MPIndigenous Committee Report into Food Security Indigenous Committee Report into Food Security in Remote Communities - Anne Stan

42mins

19 Jul 2021

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#23 - Rohan Gupta: College Life During the Pandemic

TeenTalks Podcast

Rohan Gupta is a college freshman at the University of Southern California (USC). To conclude this three-part mini-series, in this final episode, he shares his thoughts about having his first college experience of USC being conducted online through Zoom due to the ongoing pandemic. Music by: Opportunity Walks by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4173-opportunity-walks License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

28mins

8 Feb 2021

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Networking for Gen Z...Seize Every Opportunity (ft. Michael Ioffe, Rohan Gupta, Mark Potter, Jordan Paris, Hayoung Park)

21st Century Visionary

Happy New Year, 21CV listeners! As we embark upon 2021 with Season 2 of 21CV, we wanted to reflect on the key lessons from our previous guests. Personally, I realized that conversations on the podcast inspired me to shoot my shot and actively seek out peers and mentors in my own life. So this first value-packed episode about networking features stories and advice that will kickstart your journey towards building a world-class network.  You will hear Michael Ioffe (Ep. 2) describe how he connected with some of the early advisors for Arist, Rohan Gupta (Ep. 8) describe the mindset and initiative that led to his mentor relationship with billionaire investor Tim Draper, Hayoung Park’s (Ep. 18) insane story about being put in touch with Drake through his Uber driver, Jordan Paris (Ep. 19) on leading with value, Prof. Mark Potter's (Ep. 22) formula for the "informal interview", and much more!

20mins

1 Feb 2021

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#22 - Rohan Gupta: The Finance World

TeenTalks Podcast

Rohan Gupta is a college freshman at the University of Southern California (USC). In the second part of this three-part mini series, he shares his thoughts about his journey through the finance world before and during the pandemic and expresses his love towards the stock market through a well established web presence. If you really enjoyed this episode and found some of the information to be useful, be sure to drop us a rating on Apple Podcasts and share it amongst your friends and on social media. Go check us out on Instagram @teentalkspodcast. Visit our website at http://teentalkspodcast.com. In the meantime, stay tuned for the next episode! Music by: Opportunity Walks by Kevin MacLeod  Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4173-opportunity-walks License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

18mins

31 Jan 2021

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Episode 270: Rohan Gupta | Quillbot CEO on Growing and Running a Tech Business

Yeukai Business Show

Welcome to Episode 270 of the Yeukai Business Show. In this episode, Rohan Gupta shares how to grow and run a tech business from scratch. So, if you want to take a peek at the AI augmentation industry, discover behind-the-scene strategies of one of the most popular AI business today, and learn the ins and outs of running a tech business, tune in now! In this episode, you'll discover: How to drive new and returning customers to using your product?How to know if an idea is viable for turning into a business?The Quillbot tool and what it can do for youWhat are the challenges of building a business around AI augmentation? About Rohan Rohan Gupta is an expert in Artificial Intelligence whose accomplishments include: CEO and Co-Founder of QuillBot, a cutting-edge NLP startup with millions of users.He holds a B.S. in Finance and an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.He is passionate about technology, philosophy, and changing the world. More Information Learn more about how you can improve your results with Artificial Intelligence: Quillbot LinkedIn Yeukai’s Mastermind Centre Thanks for Tuning In! Thanks so much for being with us this week. Have some feedback you'd like to share? Please leave a note in the comments section below! If you enjoyed this episode on how to run a tech business, please share it with your friends by using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Don't forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic episode updates for our "Yeukai Business Show!" And, finally, please take a minute to leave us an honest review and rating on iTunes. They really help us out when it comes to the ranking of the show and I make it a point to read every single one of the reviews we get. Please leave a review right now. Thanks for listening!

33mins

29 Jan 2021

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#21 - Rohan Gupta: Incoming COVID-19 Vaccine, Mental Health, Political Events, and Social Media

TeenTalks Podcast

Rohan Gupta is a college freshman at the University of Southern California (USC). In the first part of this three-part mini series, he shares his thoughts about the incoming COVID-19 vaccine, political events that occurred earlier in the year at the White House and U.S Capitol, and Social Media and its affect on teenager's mental health across the world. If you really enjoyed this episode and found some of the information to be useful, be sure to drop us a rating on Apple Podcasts and share it amongst your friends and on social media.  Go check us out on Instagram @teentalkspodcast. Visit our website at http://teentalkspodcast.com. In the meantime, stay tuned for the next episode!  Music by: Opportunity Walks by Kevin MacLeod  Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4173-opportunity-walks License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

18mins

25 Jan 2021

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Rohan Gupta on investing at age 12, connecting with famous investor Tim Draper, teaching finance concepts in India, and starting StreetFins

21st Century Visionary

Today's episode features the young finance wizard Rohan Gupta. Rohan was 12 when he made his first investment in stocks. Since then, his passion for investing has only grown as he headed his school’s investment club, bringing in guest speakers such as renowned investors Tim Draper and Howard Marks. He went on to found StreetFins, a platform aimed at simplifying finance for the younger generation by creating educational content. As part of this initiative, he hosts the podcast Finance simplified where he interviews successful investors and professors on various Finance topics. Rohan is currently a rising freshman at the University of Southern California. We talk about his first investment, the role of psychology in investing, connecting with famous investors, teaching Finance, starting Streetfins, favorite books, his vision for the future, and much much more!

53mins

3 Jul 2020

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Episode 036: The World of Wall Street -Simplified w/ Rohan Gupta

Success HS

For the 36th recording of the Success HS Podcast, hosts Mikey Paine and Justin Morgan explore basic financial concepts with Rohan Gupta, an Amador Valley senior who is behind the website and hosts the podcast Streetfins (streetfins.com), which aims to simplify the world of finance for high schoolers.  Rohan has interviewed many of the top minds in finance ranging from faculty at top business schools (Princeton/NYU Stern) to a founder of an alternative investments/assets firm with over 100 billion dollars under management.  We discuss the current economic climate of the world in the face of COVID-19 and offer resources for students who are interested in investing and tips for networking as well. Please share with your friends, subscribe, and leave a review if you found this episode enjoyable! Peace.

42mins

4 Apr 2020