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Room at the Table Podcast

SEASON ONE

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Episode 1
Fostering a Heart-Centered Workplace Culture

Episode 2
Approaching Grief in the Workplace as a Leader

In this first episode of Room at the Table, Betsy Cerulo is joined by Sandy Brown, AdNet’s Director of Human Resources, to discuss the power of a heart-centered workplace culture, how to deal with difficult conversations, and what advice they would give to their younger selves.

 

SPECIAL GUESTS

  • Sandy Brown

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In this episode of Room at the Table, Betsy Cerulo discusses the complexities of grief with Jennifer Barchi, a Trauma Informed Executive and Leadership Coach. They open up about the different ways people experience grief and the best practices for leaders to create a workplace culture where people feel safe to grieve.

 

SPECIAL GUESTS

  • Jennifer Barchi

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Episode 3
Navigating Burnout and Stress

Episode 4
How Equity Creates Thriving Organizations

In this episode of Room at the Table, Betsy is joined by Kelly Mitchell, CEO and founder of impactHR to candidly discuss the realities of burnout and stress in the entrepreneurial world.

 

SPECIAL GUESTS

  • Kelly Mitchell

In this episode of Room at the Table, Betsy is joined by Sam McClure, Executive Director of the Center for LGBTQ Health Equity, and Aya Shuman, Executive Director of the Institute for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion to candidly discuss how equity creates thriving organizations.

 

SPECIAL GUESTS

  • Sam McClure

  • Aya Shuman

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Episode 5
Women in Leadership

Episode 6
Creating a Disability Empowered Environment

In this episode of Room at the Table, Betsy is joined by Dr. Famane Brown and Eileen Scully, Founder of The Rising Tides, Author of In the Company of Men and International Keynote Speaker to discuss candidly about women in leadership.

 

SPECIAL GUESTS

  • Dr. Famane Brown

  • Eileen Scully

In this episode of Room at the Table, Betsy is joined by John Guingrich, the President and CEO of The League to discuss candidly about creating a disability empowered environment in the workplace.

 

SPECIAL GUESTS

  • John Guingrich

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Episode 7
The Courage of Our Transgender Community and Allies

Episode 8
What is Your Legacy and What Does It Mean?

In this episode of Room at the Table, Betsy is joined by Anne Stoner, a mother of a trans daughter and HR Consultant at AdNet/AccountNet, Inc., and Ashley Brundage, a leadership and empowerment expert, to candidly discuss the courage of our transgender community and allies.

 

SPECIAL GUESTS

  • Anne Stoner

  • Ashley Brundage

In this episode of Room at the Table, Betsy is joined by Lisa Carreno, the President and CEO of United Way of the Wine Country to discuss candidly the importance of understanding and recognizing each of their legacies and how it impacts the world.

 

SPECIAL GUESTS

  • Lisa Correno

SEASON TWO

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Episode 1
Financial Equity and Economic Growth

In this episode of Room at the Table, Betsy is joined by Sam McClure, Executive Director of the Center for LGBTQ Health Equity, and Aquiera Halsey, an experienced entrepreneur, strategist, and thought leader to candidly discuss why it is so important to support businesses owned by first generation entrepreneurs.

 

SPECIAL GUESTS

  • Sam McClure

  • Aquiera Halsey

Episode 2
Expiration Dates on Grief

In this episode of Room at the Table, Betsy is joined by Miranda Quinn, a professional dancer with Alvin Ailey Dance Company to candidly discuss how society often puts expiration dates on how long a person can grieve the loss of a loved one.

 

SPECIAL GUESTS

  • Miranda Quinn

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Episode 3
Having Pride and Keeping the Faith

In this episode of Room at the Table, Betsy Cerulo talks with Kathy Corbett-Welch, an Episcopal priest, and Ken Kovacs, a minister in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). They share their experiences coming out, the challenges they faced, and how it has affected their roles as clergy.

 

SPECIAL GUESTS

  • Ken Kovacs

  • Kathy Corbett-Welch

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Episode 4
Invisible Not Broken: Navigating Disabilities in the Workplace

In this episode of Room at the Table, Betsy Cerulo talks with Lynn Lafy, the HR Consulting Supervisor at AdNet, and Sydney Blondell, Administrative Coordinator at AdNet and an indie author in the disabled community. They share their experiences as women with invisible disabilities, in and out of the workplace, and discuss the importance of education and compassion as forms of support.

 

SPECIAL GUESTS

  • Lynn Lafy

  • Sydney Blondell

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