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Champion inclusivity: A look inside the insidious world of AI with Albert Myles

Albert Myles is a Knowledge Program Manager in customer content services. His passion and curiosity in technology have led him to explore Artificial Intelligence (AI). Albert is eager to expand the horizons of his own understanding. His work depends on sharing knowledge driven by data! For Albert, as a knowledge Program Manager, the current path of Artificial Intelligence has raised concerns. There are large gaps in data sources...

Is Failing Forward More than an Act of Bravery?

This word can bring up a lot of emotions. Joining us on this week's podcast to discuss the many ways of failing forward is Eva Ogden! Failure is a tool for personal success. We discuss the many ways in which we have failed. How, as leaders, we can help others learn from failure. So, given our mutual passion on the topic, we are diving into how failure plays a role in culture change. Learning to fail is not an act of bravery but...

Why We Need Equity Before Birth

It is an honor to have Joy Spencer join us for this podcast episode. She is fresh off the stage from a Testimony before Congress and inspiring us at every turn. Joy is the Executive Director at Equity Before Birth. A non-profit dedicated to saving the lives of Black birthing people and their infants. They strive to improve health outcomes through access to critical services and support. Joy is a fierce advocate for marginalized people. She relies on her background, lived...

Skeptical People and the Consumption of Misinformation (Science Edition)

Shahida Shahrir Mellon, MPH and doctoral candidate at the University of Washington in the department of Health Services, joins us on the podcast to discuss science skepticism and the spread of misinformation, and how that correlates to our current Covid vaccination numbers within the United States.  We discuss how personal biases affect not only how research in medicine is conducted, but how we consume research and science in our daily lives. We're looking at best practices...

Managing Difficult People at Work

Kim and Stacy are taking a look at some of the nuances around creating boundaries at work. We’ve come to realize that it’s a task much easier said than done, especially when it comes to dealing with difficult people in meetings and around the workplace. Kim and Stacy approach their work with similar drive to create success for the team, but different methods when it comes to drawing boundaries. How to manage stakeholder relationships when you have to say “no.” Building...

The British Monarchy, Meghan Markle, and Imposter Syndrome

There are varying degrees of interest when it comes to the British Royal family, and Meghan Markle herself. Kim and Stacy are wonderful representatives from two camps, one obsessed and the other almost completely disconnected! Both have discovered, through conversations, that they share a different perspective than peers across the pond in the United Kingdom. In today’s episode, the conversation leads them to reflect on the...

How working parents manage childcare in a pandemic

As two full-time working parents in the middle of a pandemic, we have been feeling some new and unique pains in childcare over the past year. Kim and I are talking about the unprecedented year of childcare in a pandemic, the impact of the changes, and thinking about ways we can help our communities heal and grow into better opportunities. The past year has exposed vulnerabilities for families, organizations, our economy, and in...

Well-Rounded Living

The downtime experienced during the pandemic provided a unique opportunity to “slow down” for many of us. Desire to create a well-rounded living situation was strong among the masses. However, there was a general sense of misdirection and confusion when the question of how to create a healthy, well-rounded environment in our home. Self-care in a pandemic The masses found themselves wearing down a line from pacing the floor of their living rooms. As cabin-fever set in, some...

Stacy reflects on Allyship

Over the last few weeks, The Bossy Bees have been talking about some heavy topics related to race and bias, and today we tackle allyship. As we depart this body of work, for now, know that our journey is not finished. We continue, in our own ways to unlearn, learn, and find ways to create equality and justice in our work, relationships, and communities. This work is not light or easy. You may feel hesitation to continue for fear of missteps and mistakes. We have those...

The Bossy Bees Talk about Racism

In today's episode, we continue our antiracist series with a conversation directly about racism. Through practice, Kim and I have created an open and honest space to talk to each other. We are talking about our experiences, interpretations on current and historical events, and insights we’ve learned from listening to others. We respectfully honor, even between each other, that our paths look different as we tackle ways to be anti...

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