Zimbabwe Virtual Resilience Symposium

We invite you to watch the Zimbabwe Virtual Resilience Symposium held Thursday July 30th, 2020 on Developing Human Resilience in Society: The Role of Leaders in Creating the Right Environment. Thank you to co-host Zimpapers TV Network (ZTN) and partners Consolidated Africa Services PVO, ActionAid and the Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund. The Honourable Kirsty Coventry, Zimbabwe’s Minister of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation and the most decorated Olympian from Africa shared inspiring perspectives. Thank you to presenters General Jeff Buchanan,…

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Feeling Our Way: Supporting the Emotional Needs of our School Communities

Join us Tuesday August 4th, 2020 at 9am PDT/11am CDT as USC Center for Engagement-Driven Global Education (EDGE) invite guests from the National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement, National Resilience Institute, and Pearson Online Academy to discuss the emotional and social challenges students face in light of the pandemic. We invite educators, administrators, and parents to attend this webinar and recommend sending a delegate if you are unavailable. Click the link below to register. Zoom Registration: https://uscrossier.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_LOOvv4wtTg6pkg9ey3__9Q About the…

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Resiliency Matters Dr. Mollie Marti – Renée Bondi

Dr. Mollie Marti talks with Renée Bondi, a woman who beat the odds and her physicians’ prognosis after a tragic accident left her with paraplegia. She not only regained her voice to return to her passion of singing but also started a new career as an inspirational speaker and humanitarian. In this special episode, she goes beyond telling her story of adversity, faith, and resilience. Want to hear Renée sing like an angel? Tune in!

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Resiliency Matters Dr. Mollie Marti – Allison Jackson

Dr. Mollie Marti talks with Dr. Allison Jackson, CEO of Integration Solutions, and an expert in adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). Allison shares her personal story of trauma, repair, and resilience and discusses ACEs as a public health issue. Join us to learn why it’s essential to pair any conversation about ACEs with one about resilience and practical ways to do so. Tune in!

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Resiliency Matters Dr. Mollie Marti – Simon T. Bailey

Dr. Mollie Marti talks with guest Simon T. Bailey, a proud Worldmaker Board Member. Simon is an innovator, educator, and author who offers lessons from three decades of experience in the hospitality industry, including as the former Sales Director of the Disney Institute. As one of the Top 10 corporate & association speakers in America, Simon is a trusted voice on designing a culture of mattering and helping others grow and share their unique sparks to strengthen all. If you…

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Resiliency Matters Dr. Mollie Marti – John Richardson-Lauve

This special presentation, facilitated by Dr. Mollie Marti, shares highlights from the 2018 Trauma & Resiliency Symposium co-sponsored by Tanager Place and National Resilience Institute. John Richardson-Lauve, a licensed clinical social worker in Richmond VA, is the Director of Mental Health at ChildSavers, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting the mental wellbeing of children through the positive bond between adult and child. John excels at making basic “brain science” understandable and shares practical ways to help others who have been impacted…

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Resiliency Matters Dr. Mollie Marti – Stephanie Neff

Dr. Marti talks with Stephanie Neff, Health and Wellness Supervisor at Cedar Rapids Community Schools. She formerly served as Deputy Director of Linn County Public Health and Director of the Blue Zones Project, Cedar Rapids. She is a leader in helping communities identify and respond to health priorities. In the show, we talk about Blue Zones Project principles and living healthy. Join the conversation!

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Resiliency Matters Dr. Mollie Marti – Jacqueline Koeninger

Dr. Mollie Marti talks with Jacqueline Koeninger, a National Transplant Coordinator for Swiss Transplant, an organization that educates and seeks to increase organ donation rates in Switzerland. Jacqueline also is a longstanding volunteer with the Care Team of the Canton Bern in Switzerland.  Interested in helping others after crisis? Join us for essentials of trauma responses, tips for self-care, and clarity about next best steps.

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