“I Don’t Believe in PhDs” and Other Fantastical Tales with Dr. Kathy Gruver

Kathy Gruver, Ph.D. is an award-winning author, professional speaker, and former actor with over 30 years of experience in mind/body medicine and human behavior. An entertainer and educator imbuing all of her programs with practicality and passion.   With a West Coast mentality and an East Coast delivery, her humorous, down to earth and engaging […]

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Wearing Multiple Hats and Staying on Mission with Dr. Darin Detwiler

Darin Detwiler, LP.D., is the Assistant Dean at Northeastern University’s College of Professional Studies and the Lead Faculty of the Master of Science in Regulatory Affairs of Food and Food Industries. As an Associate Teaching Professor of food regulatory policy, he has specialized in food safety, global economics of food and agriculture, Blockchain, and food […]

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Life-Long Learning with Dr. Fergus Connolly

Fergus Connolly, Ph.D. is a coach, teacher, mentor, author, speaker and student of success and resilience. Dr. Connolly  has worked with some of the world’s leading sports, military, and business teams including Verizon, the San Francisco 49ers, University of Michigan, Liverpool FC and multiple Special Forces units. Fergus has applied performance science with leading sports, […]

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Embrace Impostor Syndrome with Dr. Adi Jaffe

Adi Jaffe, Ph.D. is a #1 best-selling author (The Abstinence Myth) and a nationally recognized expert on mental health, addiction, relationships and shame. He lectured in the UCLA Psychology department for the better part of a decade and was the Executive-Director and Co-Founder of one of the most progressive mental health treatment facilities in the country […]

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Overcoming Impostor Syndrome with Dr. Lisa Orbé-Austin

Lisa Orbé-Austin, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and executive coach, with a focus on career advancement and leadership development. She is a co-founder and partner of Dynamic Transitions Psychological Consulting, a career and executive coaching consultancy, where she works mostly with high potential managers and executives. She earned her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Columbia […]

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The Intersection Between Luck and Hard Work with Dr. Sharon Belden Castonguay

Sharon Belden Castonguay, Ed.D. is an adult developmental psychologist and the Executive Director of the Gordon Career Center at Wesleyan University, where she is also the instructor for Career Decisions: From Insight to Impact on Coursera and the host of the podcasts Careers by Design: The Interviews and First Year Out. She currently serves as President of the Liberal Arts Career Network, a consortium of top […]

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Bringing a Little Indiana Jones to the Dilbert Cube with Dr. Marlo Rencher

Marlo Rencher, Ph.D. is an entrepreneur, anthropologist, and educator with over two decades of experience in startup and small business development. Currently, she is TechTown Detroit’s director of technology-based programs. She is a co-founder at Commune Angels, an inclusive network of angel investors. She is the founder of Tech Founders Academy, which helps Black and […]

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Teaching a New Language with Technology with Dr. Katherine Rosselot

Katherine Anderson Rosselot, Ph.D. contends that one of the essential elements in developing nursing knowledge and critical thinking skills is today’s educational technologies. Dr. Rosselot is passionate about the integration of technologies into nursing education. As a nursing professor and online nursing tutor/editor,  education technologies are her primary tools for helping nursing students of all […]

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You Have to Get Uncomfortable to Get Comfortable with Dr. Jocelyn McDonald

Jocelyn McDonald, Ph.D. is an Educational Technologist, Podcaster, Blogger, and Technology Integration Specialist for professional learning and small businesses. She is a proud advocate for social change in education and is dedicated to making a positive impact.  She holds a Bachelors in Chemistry, Masters in Curriculum and Instruction in Instructional Technology, and a Ph.D. in […]

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