Through the Noise
Summary: Through the Noise is a podcast that explores the hurdles, solutions, and the process of cultivating success for organizations, through conversations with CEOs, executive directors, entrepreneurs, authors, and consultants.
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Dan Misleh has been engaged in the social mission of the Catholic Church since 1982 when he joined the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. In 2006, he founded Catholic Climate Covenant as a way to help the Catholic community understand and act on climate change from a position of faith. Catholic Climate Covenant helps to educate the Catholic community on creation care and provides programs and resources to help it be better stewards of the planet. Catholic Energies is a program of Catholic Climate Covenant.
Professor emeritus, University of Toronto, fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and Research Fellow of the Manter Laboratory of Parasitology, University of Nebraska State Museum. Free-lance consultant on the evolutionary biology of climate change and emerging disease. Current project with Hungarian National Institute of Ecology. The Stockholm Paradigm is a new understanding of the evolution of pathogen-host systems and explains what is happening in the crisis of emerging disease due to climate change.
Walt Marlowe // Executive Director // Water Environmental Federation Mr. Marlowe joined WEF as its Executive Director in September 2019. He has more than 30 years experience as a civil engineer (6 yrs) and an association management professional (29 years) within the built environment. The Water Environment Federation is a not-for-profit technical and educational organization of 35,000 individual members and 75 affiliated Member Associations representing water quality professionals around the world.
Sarah Dearman has spent her career collaborating for good through corporate, government and nonprofit sustainability initiatives. She is bringing this solutions-oriented, collaborative approach to the team to help launch the Pathway to Circularity initiative that will move us from a make-waste to a circular economy. The Recycling Partnership is a national nonprofit organization that leverages corporate partner funding to transform recycling for good in states, cities and communities all across the U.S.
In this episode of TTN Insights, Ernesto and Mickey talk about password management, protection, secure sharing and why you need different passwords for everything. Learn why you need to exercise caution and how password managers can help you. Every so often, Ernesto Gluecksmann and Mickey Panayiotakis sit down and talk about digital security, new software, technologies, trends, regulations that may impact leaders of organizations. Listen to their Insights on this segment of Through The Noise.
Maria is an organizational change and leadership development consultant specializing in diversity, equity, and inclusion. For 16 years she has provided training, coaching, and facilitation to help leaders to thrive in diverse and complex environments. MSM Global Consulting is a women-owned small business that provides a full suite of consulting, training and coaching services to organizations and their leaders on 21st-century leadership skills, diversity, equity, inclusion, and intercultural competence.
John Chalifoux is the president and COO of MERA. John strives to increase the awareness and acceptance of remanufactured goods—and solidify their place in the circular economy—with policymakers and the public. MERA, The Association for Sustainable Manufacturing, is a member-based network of manufacturers, suppliers, universities, and professional services firms that promotes the economic, environmental, and product performance benefits of remanufacturing and similar forms of sustainable manufacturing
Max Boykoff is the Director of the Center for Science and Technology Policy Research, which is part of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder. He also is an Associate Professor in the Environmental Studies program. Through a sustained assessment of research and experimentation into Creative (Climate) Communications, this handbook provides guidance for what works, where, when, why and under what conditions.
Vince Talucci serves as the Executive Director / CEO of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. Vince is responsible for overseeing more than 140 professionals and helping to ensure the IACP builds upon over a century of success addressing issues at the forefront of the policing profession. The International Association of Chiefs of Police is the world’s largest and most influential professional association for police leaders and is committed to advancing the safety of communities globally.
Tony Radoszewski the new president & CEO of PLASTICS, bringing a long career in the plastics industry to the position, including serving as president of the Plastics Pipe Institute. The Plastics Industry Association (PLASTICS) is the only organization that supports the entire plastics supply chain, representing nearly one million workers in the $451 billion U.S. industry. Edits: 16:05- 7 (not 6) trucks of paper bags equal 1 of plastic 26:40- The first R in RECOVER Act is “Realizing”, not "Recycli
Julia is a visionary leader at the center of the transformation underway in the electric power sector to a clean and modern energy future. She is SEPA’s President & CEO, providing leadership and strategic direction and is responsible for guiding and overseeing all of SEPA’s research, education, and collaboration activities for its 1,100 member companies and the broader energy industry. SEPA helps address the most pressing issues encountered in the smart transition to a carbon-free energy system by 20
Do you have an incident response plan? Ernesto and Mickey discuss what you need to do in the event of your security being breached. What are your first steps? What data was exposed? Find out what the best course of action is for every situation. Every so often, Ernesto Gluecksmann and Mickey Panayiotakis sit down and talk about digital security, new software, technologies, trends, regulations that may impact leaders of organizations. Listen to their Insights on this segment of Through The Noise.
Jim Pauley has served as president and CEO of NFPA since 2014. Prior to joining NFPA, his career spanned 30 years in the electrical and energy industry; he holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and is a licensed professional engineer. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is a global self-funded nonprofit organization, established in 1896, devoted to eliminating death, injury, property and economic loss due to fire, electrical and related hazards.
Rabih Torbay is president and CEO at Project HOPE, where he leads the organization in advancing its international development strategy and maximizing the impact of its global health teams worldwide. Rabih is an internationally recognized expert in the management of complex disasters and emergencies. Founded in 1958, Project HOPE’s global health and humanitarian relief programs uplift communities by empowering health care workers to provide lifesaving care now and well into the future.
Cullman’s career has been spent in the food and agricultural sector working in government, the private sector, foundations, trade associations and academia. She holds agricultural degrees from The Ohio State University and hails from Marysville, Ohio, where her family owned and operated a cow/calf farm. AFIA, based in Arlington, VA, is the world’s largest organization devoted exclusively to representing the business, legislative and regulatory interests of the U.S. animal food industry and its suppli