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The I AM GPH podcast brings you community conversations from the New York University School of Global Public Health. From student internships to cutting edge faculty research, from alumni insights to the insider scoop on campus life… it's all right here on the I AM GPH podcast.
 
The Nielsen Experience Podcast is a collection of stories about what it’s like to work at Nielsen – a global, independent measurement and data company – straight from our employees. Every week, we’ll interview one employee about life at Nielsen and how they’ve found ways to be themselves, grow, and make a difference. For more about life at Nielsen, visit http://careers.nielsen.com
 
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Donating blood can help save a life. That is the message New York Blood Center’s Andrea Cefarelli wants listeners to know on the latest episode of “Prep Talk.” While January is recognized as National Blood Donor Month, Cefarelli encourages listeners to donate year-round. The COVID-19 pandemic has created a chronic deficit in blood donations needed …
 
The 75th "Wealth Actually" Podcast . . . Wow . . . it seems like I just started this project a few months ago. It has been 4 and a half years since the first one . . . it's alarming how fast time flies. Hopefully, I have improved over time!This 75th recording is an industry specific interview, but it has wide ramifications. In getting up to speed o…
 
EUAN RELLIE is on the podcast today. We went around the world in half an hour and probably could have solved the worlds problems over drinks if we had the time. Alas, we only get a taste of Euan's informed worldview and his story of building a business and advising clients as they solve the puzzle of doing business in Asia and around the world succ…
 
Occasionally, I get to speak with someone in the industry that both affirms my experiences, but also pushes my thinking and worldview. DAVID C WELLS JR, CEO of Family Capital Strategy, fits that bill on the topic of advising families. I met him in Nashville early in 2020 and stayed in touch. When I heard he was writing a book, I knew we were kindre…
 
As the world turns the page to a year filled with new beginnings, an age-old concept should continue to ruminate at the forefront of every emergency manager’s mind: the need for more diversity in the field. That is the message Curtis Brown, state coordinator for Virginia’s Department of Emergency Management (VDEM), shares on the latest episode of “…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Johanna Miele, an NYU GPH alumna (MPH ‘14) and inaugural GPH Alumni Board member. Johanna is a Manager of the Emergency Management and Enterprise Resilience team at NYU Langone Health, working closely with infectious disease response, mass fatality operations and multi-casualty incident readiness across the NYU Lan…
 
The winter season is officially here, and with it, the threat of snowfall and colder weather. Winter also heightens the risk of fire-related incidents, as individuals are finding ways to stay warm, while others may be decorating for the holidays. ‘Tis the season for fire safety. That is the message you will hear from New York City Fire Department’s…
 
Here is the first video foray for the "Wealth Actually" podcast (a bit by accident! We had to switch formats midstream . . . so I decided to experiment with the video format).I interviewed Christopher Ott on #Cybersecurity for the Ultra High Net Worth, High Net Worth and Family Office space. We talk about how one should view their own digital risks…
 
In this episode, we speak with Sutton King, an NYU GPH alumna and recently named a 2020 Mark & Debra Leslie Female Founders Fellow. Now more than ever, our world is looking to the future of public health. We are all critically examining the current structures and systems in place, while asking ourselves “What can we do to make a difference as publi…
 
After a slew of podcasts about structuring, estate planning, investment themes and politics, I thought it would be fun to dive into a sport with a long, regal. and unusual history- COURT TENNIS (or "Real Tennis"). Descended from handball, and equal parts tennis (players face each other unlike squash and racquetball), platform tennis (where the wall…
 
With the official start of the winter season just weeks away, the New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) is gearing up to battle the elements. Between challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic and Mother Nature, the men and women of DSNY ― known as the heroes behind the plows ― are prepared for the unexpected. On the latest episode of “P…
 
For a few years, the wealth advisory and asset management worlds have been captivated by three letters . . . ESG: Environmental, Social, and Governance. ESG has been an exploding trend as investors want to align their personal values with their investments. The principle is that one's investments can do well by "doing good." Against that backdrop, …
 
It's important to speak to people who are having success exploiting other asymmetries. Many opportunities come when the world devolves into chaos. (Bill Ackman recently made gigantic money by buying insurance against corporate defaults related to COVID.) Sometimes there are opportunities when economies start to recover.Enter PHILIP READE. He is the…
 
The election is finally past us and for wealth advisors the work and the uncertainty is probably just beginning.JORY BARD ZIMMERMAN joins us to discuss some of the tools to help wealthy clients take advantage of the tools available in 2020, incorporate philanthropy in in one's planning and get a rolling head start into an interesting looking 2021.J…
 
https://thegamehers.com/Video games were a formative part of my upbringing, but I have gotten away from them since my Atari 2600 and Nintendo/Sega habits. I was surprised to learn that the video game industry earned approximately $160B in 2019. It has out-earned the movie and music industries COMBINED for the last 10 years. It is estimated that the…
 
If you connect it, protect it. That is one of the messages you will hear during this year’s National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. On the latest episode of “Prep Talk,” Toney Lewis, director for information technology at NYC Emergency Management, shares important information to help listeners reduce cybersecurity risks and protect themselves onlin…
 
Trustee Issues with Crypto-Currency (with Matthew McClintock)Family offices, trust companies and opportunistic individuals are dealing with a new and exciting asset class: cryptocurrencies. New Bitcoin multi-millionaires are "minted" by the day as interest in the space has captured the public's imagination. It has created a host of challenges for t…
 
When you have the chance to spend an hour with Jim O'Shaughnessy, you grab it with both hands. Most of us feel like we know him personally based on his thoughtful opinions and Twitter acumen (@JPOSHAUGHNESSY). But Jim is obviously more than just memes and GIFS. Jim is the Principal, Chairman and Co-Chief Investment Officer, Portfolio Manager of O’S…
 
You will gain more than you give. That’s the message guests on the latest episode of “Prep Talk” want you to know about NYC Emergency Management’s John D. Solomon Fellowship for Public Service. Founded in 2012 in honor of the late John D. Solomon, an accomplished journalist who dedicated much of his time to helping his community through volunteeris…
 
In this episode of "Wealth Actually", I speak with George Hubbard. George is the Managing Partner and Chief Investment Officer of Algonquin Advisors, a Registered Investment Adviser that focusses on large families, foundations, endowments and other pools of money. He and his firm bring a unique approach to family investment management that uses tri…
 
This year’s unprecedented challenges have not stopped New Yorkers from helping their communities in times of emergency. In fact, many are stepping up to join the New York City Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) volunteer program.On the latest episode of “Prep Talk,” Herman Schaffer, acting deputy commissioner for community preparedness, and J…
 
Part of the fun of the Wealth Actually podcast is to delve into topics around wealth management and better ways to help families understand the intersection between wealth and the fulfillment of goals and ideals. I also get to speak to people as they describe their entrepreneurial journeys- which in itself provides many lessons on the path to succe…
 
If you want to stay informed about the latest emergency occurring in New York City, look no further than Notify NYC. On the latest episode of “Prep Talk,” Rebecca Baudendistel, director of public warning at NYC Emergency Management, discusses the importance of using the messaging platform to provide accurate, timely information to the public before…
 
As New York City heads into peak hurricane season, New York City Emergency Management’s podcast, “Prep Talk,” takes a closer look at hurricane preparedness in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the latest episode, Jacob Cooper, NYC Emergency Management’s deputy commissioner for readiness, shares important tips to help New Yorkers prepare for a coas…
 
As summer is starting to wane (before it ever really got going!), I took the time to try to look around the corners of wealth management for clients with BILL SWEET. We discussed today's estate planning environment and the many challenges and opportunities that currently exist and why it's important to get going on that process now.Bill is the CFO …
 
In the age of COVID-19, there has been a renewed focus on Health Care Directives. The communicability and finality of the disease have opened up all sorts of fears and uncertainty for many people- especially among the elderly. To that end, I am excited to present the conversation I had with TIFFANY MCKENZIE. She is a partner in the Private Client G…
 
Judy Pearson is the Founder and CEO of Nomadx.Nomadx helps fiduciaries, officers, directors, trust companies and law firms identify the risks in their practices and insure them against liability. She has over 37 years of experience with Chubb, AIG and was a pioneer in the development of directors and officers liability coverage for AON. We're going…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic is not stopping community organizations from what they do best: help those who need it the most. On the latest episode of “Prep Talk,” Rev. Karen Jackson, director of recovery and community initiatives at Project Hospitality, and Erum Hanif, chief executive officer of APNA Community Center in Brooklyn, discuss the initiatives …
 
In this episode of "Wealth, Actually", we get to dive into the comic-book industry with Gevian Dargan. Gevian is about to launch his comic imprint, Animated Concepts, which is focusing on getting some of the great comic stories from people of color that are out there, but not getting the attention they deserve. The industry itself is going through …
 
As businesses and business owners struggle COVID-19; impact on operations going forward, I thought it would be useful to revisit the issue of asset protection for wealthy families. Liability is around every corner and the best laid plans can be wrecked with a car accident, an employee suit, or the discovery of asbestos in an investment property.Joi…
 
As the weather warms up and the potential risk for heat waves increases, New York City is taking a number of steps to ensure New Yorkers are safe this summer. On the latest episode of “Prep Talk,” Kizzy Charles-Guzman, deputy director at the Mayor’s Office of Resiliency, and Carolyn (Cari) Olson, assistant commissioner of the Bureau of Environmenta…
 
With the tensions brought on by the confinement, new roles and financial pressures of the Coronavirus, I thought it would be good to take a new look at one of the greatest threats to wealth . . . Divorce. High-end family law attorney, EVAN SCHEIN, and I got to sit down and talk about what is happening in the world of divorce. Evan is an expert in t…
 
https://mehlmancastagnetti.com/wp-content/uploads/After-COVID-Mehlman-Q2-2020.pdfThe political consulting firm, Mehlman Castagnetti, put together an interesting presentation on what a post-COVID world is going to look like. HAVEN and I synthesized some of the highlights and broke down what we saw as important. The link is above and it's useful to h…
 
In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, the latest episode of “Prep Talk” features Ali Gheith, certified emergency manager (CEM) and professional disaster mental health counselor. Gheith discusses steps individuals can take to cope with stress related to these difficult, unprecedented times, identifies the signs and symptoms of stress and …
 
The COVID-19 phenomenon has created worldwide economic upheaval and problems for many business owners. One area where the coronavirus has created opportunity is in the field of estate planning. I was able to speak with AARON FLINN about the opportunities that exist right now. We will go into some of the tools in his toolkit (including the use of pr…
 
What if the 2020 election was delayed or cancelled? Haven and I take on this scary, and not-out-of-the-question, possibility . . .The mechanics of a delay or a cancellation are complicated. Here are three good articles for context on the topic from: Anthony Fisher, from Business Insider ("We need a backup plan to ensure all Americans can vote in No…
 
As New York City, New York State, the nation, and the world continue to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, Commissioner Criswell takes a moment to reflect on actions NYC Emergency Management took leading up to this crisis, as well as the ongoing challenges the agency continues to adapt to as this global emergency continues.Read full transcript: on.nyc.g…
 
In this episode we dive into the world of real estate development and the use of LED conversions to save money and drive returns. Joining us is Judd Stensrud.Judd is the founder and CEO of LUMEN GLOBAL. The firm uses energy efficiency to help drive real estate returns. Judd has an undergraduate degree from Duke University in economics and an MBA fr…
 
In this episode we are joined by Dr. Alden Lai, a management scholar who researches organizational cognition in health care and public health. He investigates the ways health care professionals and managers handle complex, ambiguous, or novel information at work, and how these processes contribute to the safety and quality performance of healthcare…
 
Leanna Haakons is a financial marketing expert, entrepreneur and author of bestseller, Young, Fun & Financially Free. In addition, Leanna is the EIC of TheWellthyMindset.com, and says Millennials those in their (20’s-40’s) don’t need to panic now because they should be thinking about their long term financial goals with plenty of time for their inv…
 
The country is in the midst of a debate between confinement and distancing in the name public health and the reopening of the country to re-establish the health and stability of the American economy. To that end, Haven Pell (PUNDIFICATOR) and I thought it would be interesting to discuss the ramifications of the choices American businesses are makin…
 
We are all trying to make sense of the difficult environment created by the Covid-19 pandemic. Uncertainty, economic difficulty, loss of routine, new roles and uncomfortable environments have us all on out heels. I thought it would be educational to speak with an expert who is on the front lines helping people deal with life's "normal" problems and…
 
In the latest episode of the Wealth Actually podcast, we get to sit down with Scott Johnston the author of Campusland. This is Scott's second appearance on WA, but the first where Scott discusses his book. It made it to #15 on the New York Times best seller list and #1 in the humorous books section.In the first part of the podcast, we talked about …
 
First off, we're sending best wishes to our listeners. Hopefully, everyone is getting by with the onset of the coronavirus. We have a long way to go to get back to some semblance of normalcy, so take care of yourselves. As always, Haven Pell's writings can be found here: PUNDIFICATOR.In this podcast, Haven and I take on the coronavirus' various imp…
 
Housekeeping: Podcasts drop on Thursday usually in time for your commute- you can subscribe on most of your favorite outlets. HAVEN PELL's blog can be found here: PUNDIFICATOR(Ep.47 was recorded in early December before the primary season and the onset of the Corona Virus and the market tumult . . .)SUSAN PAGE in the USA TODAY from Early December o…
 
In this episode we speak with Niyati Parekh, Associate Professor of Public Health Nutrition at NYU GPH, and Earlene Cruz, the founder and Director of Kitchen Connection.org. We discuss a wide range of topics including how climate change and Non-Communicable diseases relate to food insecurity and malnutrition, and we hear about their recent course w…
 
Housekeeping: Podcasts should land generally land on Thursdays. You can subscribe to the podcasts on major podcast networks. HAVEN PELL'S Blog can be found here: PUNDIFICATOROn this week's podcast, we have some back and forth on the emerging prevalence of public relations and its increasing importance in corporate strategy. Discussion outline below…
 
The Impact of Fanboys, Haters and Cancelling on Social Media and Internet Culture- Haven and I hit these topics . . . .Fanboys and Haters in Wealth Management and Financial TwitterHater Culture in PoliticsCreating Adversaries as a Marketing Strategy (Us vs. the World)Do Presidents make Markets or Economies (The Head Coach Analogy)The "New News Cycl…
 
In recognition of Women’s History Month, the latest episode of “Prep Talk” features Dana Golub, vice president of programs management at the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). Golub discusses her current role representing PBS and its member stations in all public safety initiatives, and overseeing the PBS-WARN system. PBS-WARN provides an alternate…
 
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