Coaching, Bats and Funding -Video Links This Week

October 31, 2011
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Monday 10/31/11 6 p.m.

Common Good Vermont: Nonprofit Maven TV: Coaching for Success 10/28/2011 Common Good Vermont's Lauren-Glenn Davitian speaks Susan Palmer of Susan Palmer Consulting. Susan Palmer provides leadership development services through a series of structured conversations designed to help professionals achieve more of the results they seek. Coaching helps a leader make more powerful, informed choices and take more decisive action.

Tuesday 11/1/11 at 4:15 p.m.

We're All in This Together: The Country Watches Vermont Health Care 10/24/2011 Is Vermont moving too fast with health care reform? Dr. Betty Keller, MD, of St. Johnsbury, VT interviews UVM Ecological Economics professor Dr. Joshua Farley, PhD, and his father, Dr. Eugene Farley, MD, Professor Emeritus in Family Medicine at the University of Wisconsin, about Vermont's new health care bill, Act 48. The nation is watching Vermont as our state attempts to improve access, improve outcomes, and reduce cost through a universal, unified health care system. 

Wednesday 11/2/11 at 10:05 p.m.

Artful Word: Bats on the Farm, Shelburne Farms, VT 07/14/2011 Community producer James Gero's video on Bats on the Farm, Shelburne Farms.

 

Thursday 11/3/11 at 1 p.m.

Stories of Racism: Anti-Racism Dinner 10/18/2011 The first Sustainability Academy/Integrated Arts Academy Stories of Diversity: Anti-Racism Dinner. This event is part of the Burlington School District's ongoing efforts to promote diversity and to fight racism. The event starts with music and dinner, and then community story tellers share their journeys and experiences with diversity and anti-racism followed with a keynote speech by Oscar Hernandez and then “Next Steps” with BSD’s Director of Diversity and Equity, Dan Balon.

Friday 11/4/11 at 10:30 p.m. 

Public Debate: Did Fogel Earn It? 10/20/2011 The Lawrence Debate Union hosts a public debate to analyze whether or not former University of Vermont President, Dan Fogel did, indeed, earn his monetary compensation. Participants include selected members of both the student body and the faculty.

Saturday 11/5/11 at 4:30 p.m.

Positively Vermont: Energize Vermont - Lukas Snelling 10/24/2011 Host Dennis McMahon talks with Lukas Snelling of Energize Vermont.  The mission of ENERGIZE VERMONT is to educate and advocate for establishing renewable energy solutions that are in harmony with the irreplaceable character of Vermont, and that contribute to the well-being of all her people.

Sunday 11/6/11 at 1 p.m.

How to Find Funding and an Audience, For Your Independent Film Production with Cynthia Close 10/23/2011 Cynthia Close, Executive Director and currently President of Documentary Educational Resources, (DER – for over 43 years, a successful distributor of documentary film to the international broadcast, educational and consumer markets) has conducted workshops, served on pitch panels and festival juries, worldwide and mentored many filmmakers through the difficult and often confusing process of taking an idea and turning it into a successful, feature documentary film. 

 

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