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Natasha Johnson

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Episode 178: How To Use Blog Posts To Generate Leads with Natasha Johnson

The Evolve Your Wedding Business Podcast: Marketing For Your Wedding Business | Online Business

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51mins

18 Oct 2020

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How to market yourself and your brand authentically with Natasha Johnson

The Business Proposal Podcast

Our first guest of Season 3 is the inimitable Natasha Johnson, Malaga-based wedding celebrant, co-founder of The Celebrants Collective, editor of Engaged and Ready and former BBC journalist and broadcaster! (So you KNOW the info was golden, the soundbites precise, and the audio clarity - dreamy.) We talked all about marketing with authenticity, and how to do it throughout the whole journey - how to educate your audience on what your service actually is, why it's SO important to get yourself into your brand, how to find the right people to work with, and how to get this into your writing and output. It's a total Thursday treat, if we do say so ourselves! You can find Natasha here, The Celebrants Collective here, and Engaged and Ready here --- Plus, you can see more from the What About Weddings team here.

54mins

17 Sep 2020

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08: How Female Genital Mutilation & Cutting Impacts the Reproductive Health of New Yorkers with Natasha Johnson

Birth Justice Podcast NYC

Season 1 Episode 8 features an interview with Natasha Johnson: activist, artist, advocate, academic, attorney, yoga instructor and the founder of Globalizing Gender. In this week’s episode we discuss female genital mutilation and cutting - what it is, why and how it happens, how it impacts sexual and reproductive health (including pregnancy and childbirth), and how it shows up in New York City.Natasha Johnson’s Bio:Natasha has been an educator for 21 years and an attorney for 15 years. In 2015 she founded Globalizing Gender (GG) where she educates, prevents, and reforms Gender-Based Violence (GBV) through capacity building, rule of law, governance, and awareness. Natasha organized NYC’s inaugural march to end FGM/C in the United States and is currently co-authoring NYC’s first holistic FGM/C legislation. As an artist she curates public forums and creates editorial-styled work that critiques and raises awareness of GBV. Natasha earned her Juris Doctorate from CUNY School of Law, her yoga certification from Breathe for Change, and her Bachelor’s Degree from Columbia University. Interview Outline:00:05:07   How and why Natasha became an attorney00:31:45   FGM/C 10101:16:32   Natasha's local FGM/C advocacy work01:34:15   Natasha’s artwork about gender based violenceReferences During the Episode:TedX Talk: What to Expect When Feminism Starts at FiveThe New York Coalition to End Female Genital MutilationQuestions to Consider After the Episode:Let's continue to investigate the many ways that people navigate and experience their health. What are other practices - whether they be cultural, religious, or personal - that impact how people experience their sexual and reproductive health?Let's consider the many ways that law enforcement permeates our society - especially social services. How do we ensure that folks who experience gender based violence are taken care of when/if we abolish police?Hosted by Taja LindleyProduced by Colored Girls HustleMusic, Soundscape and Audio Engineering by Emma AlabasterFollow us on Instagram @birthjusticeNYCSupport our work on Patreon or make a one-time payment via PayPalFor more information visit BirthJustice.nyc This podcast is made possible, in part, by the Narrative Power Stipend - a grant funded by Forward Together for members of Echoing Ida.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/birthjusticeNYC)

1hr 53mins

26 Aug 2020

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#9 - Natasha Johnson

This Is Absurd!

On today's episode, we have our good friend and fellow longhorn Natasha Johnson on. We discuss how Tarek and Natasha met, UT memories, religion, and some recent news. Enjoy!

36mins

9 Jun 2020

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Episode 3 - In conversation with Jamie Walker, Jas Biant, Sheron Burt, Maxine Edgar & Natasha Johnson

Flo with The Funk

Possible trigger alert!  This episode is a serious, frank and open discussion between 5 women of colour as we discuss racism, how it has impacted our every day lives and continues to affect some aspects of our working lives as celebrants here in the UK and Malaga, Spain. I make no apologies that some people listening to this podcast may be upset by some parts of the discussion, because it IS a discussion that needs to be held in communities all over the country. Here is a list of resources you may find useful.BOOKS How to be an antiracist by Ibram X KendiSo you want to talk about race by Ijeoma OluoWhy I’m no longer talking to white people about race by Renni Eddo-LodgeWhite Fragility - Why it’s so hard for white people to talk about race by Robin DiAngelo, PhDMe and white supremacy by Layla F Saad ARTICLES TO READ How to make this moment the turning point for real change by Barack ObamaHow you can be an ally in the fight for racial justiceHow to be an ally if you’re a person of privilegeHow to be a white ally Why you need to stop saying all lives matter by Rachel Cargle TED TALKS Nova Reid’s Ted Talk - Not all superheroes wear capes - how you have the power to change the worldHeather C McGhee's Ted Talk - Racism has a cost for everyone  ANTI RACISM AND RACE ACTIVISTS & EDUCATORS ON INSTAGRAM @novareidofficial @rachel.cargle @laylafsaad @roxanegay74 @ckyourprivilege @theconsciouskid@privtoprog This is not the end of the conversation, but the beginning. My thanks go to Jamie Walker - www.jamiewalkercelebrant.com Jas Biant- Infinite Celebrations By Jas - www.infinitecelebrations.co.uk Sheron Burt - www.sbyourcelebrant.co.uk Maxine Mitchell - maxinemitchellecelebrant@outlook.com Natasha Johnson - www.malagaminister.com

1hr 13mins

3 Jun 2020

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DnB Ep 264: Ending Genital Mutilation with Natasha Johnson of Globalizing Gender

Dudes n Beer Podcast

In this episode of the Dudes n Beer podcast host Christopher Jordan welcomes to the program Natasha R Johnson, Founder and head of Globalizing Gender a non-profit organization that works to create a gender just world through advocacy, capacity building, technical assistance, and wellness. Working locally, through a culturally-aware lens, to impact globally.When people travel and emigrate, their practices and beliefs travel and emigrate, too. Included is female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C). Among many communities and in many cultures, women aren’t entitled to make their own decisions about what happens to their bodies. This is a “fundamental violation of basic human rights.” Sadly, the fact is genital mutilation happens daily on a global basis, and even in our own backyards. How can we go about raising awareness and stopping this world-wide scourge in its tracks?Join the Dudes n Beer podcast as we discuss what should be one of the hot button issues of the Century, the global ceasing of female genital mutilation, with special guest Natasha R Johnson of Globalizing Gender.The Dudes n Beer podcast is a proud member of the HC Universal Network family of podcasts. Visit our LISTEN LIVE page and join the conversation.

1hr

8 Apr 2020

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DnB Ep 264: Ending Genital Mutilation with Natasha Johnson of Globalizing Gender

HC Universal Network

In this episode of the Dudes n Beer podcast host Christopher Jordan welcomes to the program Natasha R Johnson, Founder and head of Globalizing Gender a non-profit organization that works to create a gender just world through advocacy, capacity building, technical assistance, and wellness. Working locally, through a culturally-aware lens, to impact globally.When people travel and emigrate, their practices and beliefs travel and emigrate, too. Included is female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C). Among many communities and in many cultures, women aren’t entitled to make their own decisions about what happens to their bodies. This is a “fundamental violation of basic human rights.” Sadly, the fact is genital mutilation happens daily on a global basis, and even in our own backyards. How can we go about raising awareness and stopping this world-wide scourge in its tracks?Join the Dudes n Beer podcast as we discuss what should be one of the hot button issues of the Century, the global ceasing of female genital mutilation, with special guest Natasha R Johnson of Globalizing Gender.The Dudes n Beer podcast is a proud member of the HC Universal Network family of podcasts. Visit our LISTEN LIVE page and join the conversation.

1hr

8 Apr 2020

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DnB Ep 264: Ending Genital Mutilation with Natasha Johnson of Globalizing Gender

HC Universal Network

In this episode of the Dudes n Beer podcast host Christopher Jordan welcomes to the program Natasha R Johnson, Founder and head of Globalizing Gender a non-profit organization that works to create a gender just world through advocacy, capacity building, technical assistance, and wellness. Working locally, through a culturally-aware lens, to impact globally.When people travel and emigrate, their practices and beliefs travel and emigrate, too. Included is female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C). Among many communities and in many cultures, women aren’t entitled to make their own decisions about what happens to their bodies. This is a “fundamental violation of basic human rights.” Sadly, the fact is genital mutilation happens daily on a global basis, and even in our own backyards. How can we go about raising awareness and stopping this world-wide scourge in its tracks?Join the Dudes n Beer podcast as we discuss what should be one of the hot button issues of the Century, the global ceasing of female genital mutilation, with special guest Natasha R Johnson of Globalizing Gender.The Dudes n Beer podcast is a proud member of the HC Universal Network family of podcasts. Visit our LISTEN LIVE page and join the conversation.

1hr

8 Apr 2020

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AO ep 3 Natasha Johnson Drought Angels

Aussie Opinions

Tash tells about how Drought Angels was started and how they are helping Aussie families out and how giving to others is such a wonderful thing. Asmall charity run by big hearts https//:www.droughtangels.org.au

49mins

25 Jan 2020

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Natasha Johnson: The Beignet Bar

The Food Truck Scholar

You know, if you’re like me, I need a little extra pick-me-up on Mondays to help me get started. This week, all I had to do was turn on Spotify and listen to the latest Missy and Rapsody and then head to the kitchen and pull out some peach stuffed beignets from the freezer made possible by none of than The Beignet Bar. Last week as I made my way back to Indiana after a trip home to Birmingham, I picked up some of my favorite treats in Nashville from one of Nashville’s newest food trucks to hit the streets. Owned by Natasha Johnson, The Beignet Bar brings you classic New Orleans vibes and Tennessee comfort flavors all wrapped up in a treat that’s absolutely unforgettable. Her truck makes it grand debut this Thursday August 29. Today, we discuss how she went from kitchen to concept to growing business in under a year. And get this, Natasha has done while being an exceptional doctoral student so we also chat about how we are able to me doctoral students that are also businesswomen. If you’re a budding entrepreneur or student wanting to create your own business, you don’t want to miss this episode

38mins

26 Aug 2019

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