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At Time4Coffee (T4C) the professionals in the jobs that matter most to YOU, always have time to ‘grab coffee’ 24/7 to help you figure out how to convert your college degree into a career track you’ll love.

At Time4Coffee (T4C) the professionals in the jobs that matter most to YOU, always have time to ‘grab coffee’ 24/7 to help you figure out how to convert your college degree into a career track you’ll love.

Location:

United States

Description:

At Time4Coffee (T4C) the professionals in the jobs that matter most to YOU, always have time to ‘grab coffee’ 24/7 to help you figure out how to convert your college degree into a career track you’ll love.

Language:

English

Contact:

202-236-5712


Episodes

You, You & You: The 3 Most Important People With Ulrik Nerløe, Unified People [re-release]

1/16/2021
Ulrik Nerløe is the founder of Unified People, a Danish consulting firm he started in 2010 that provides executive mentoring and coaching to train CEOs and C-suite executives how to express their feelings and find their inner strength. At the start of his professional life, Ulrik worked in the Danish fashion industry for a couple read more>>> The post You, You & You: The 3 Most Important People With Ulrik Nerløe, Unified People [re-release] appeared first on Time4Coffee.

Duration:00:38:14

Cut the Crap & Dream BIG With Life Coach Lauren Zander, Handel Group [re-release]

1/15/2021
Lauren Zander is the Co-Founder and Chairwoman of Handel Group, an international consulting and life coaching company that prides itself in improving its client’s personal and professional lives. She also developed the Handel Method, which is taught in over 35 educational institutions around the world including MIT, NYU, Stanford, and the New York City Public read more>>> The post Cut the Crap & Dream BIG With Life Coach Lauren Zander, Handel Group [re-release] appeared first on Time4Coffee.

Duration:00:42:29

Why Taking Calculated Risks is a Career Asset With Provash Budden, Mercy Corps [re-release]

1/14/2021
Provash Budden is Regional Director for the Americas at Mercy Corps, with 20 years of experience in international development. In this role he leads programs on land rights, access to education, economic development, violence prevention, natural resource management and support to displaced communities affected by conflict. Provash has designed and implemented programs for Mercy Corps read more>>> The post Why Taking Calculated Risks is a Career Asset With Provash Budden, Mercy Corps...

Duration:00:34:17

What It’s Like Working in a War Zone for an NGO With Deepmala Mahla, Mercy Corps [re-release]

1/13/2021
Dr. Deepmala Mahla is Country Director in Iraq for the global humanitarian and development NGO, Mercy Corps. Prior to working in Iraq, Deepmala was Mercy Corps’ Country Director in South Sudan. During her 20 years in international development, Deepmala has worked for a constellation of top NGOs including Marie Stopes International, Oxfam, CARE and the read more>>> The post What It’s Like Working in a War Zone for an NGO With Deepmala Mahla, Mercy Corps [re-release] appeared first on...

Duration:00:31:39

What Conflict Management & Peacebuilding Is All About With Joe Bubman, Mercy Corps [re-release]

1/11/2021
Joe Bubman is the Technical Lead for Integrating Approaches in Complex Crises at one of the world’s largest humanitarian and development NGOs, Mercy Corps. Previously, Joe served as Acting Director of Peace and Conflict where he supported the development and implementation of conflict management programs in Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. Joe is read more>>> The post What Conflict Management & Peacebuilding Is All About With Joe Bubman, Mercy Corps [re-release] appeared first on...

Duration:00:41:12

What It’s Like Leading Social Innovations & Impact Investing With Chris Walker, Mercy Corps [re-release]

1/8/2021
Chris Walker is the Director of Social Innovations at Mercy Corps, where he manages the Innovation Investment Alliance, a partnership between the Skoll Foundation and USAID that finances the scale-up of social enterprises. He also advises Mercy Corps’ Social Venture Fund, which invests in and accelerates impact-oriented, for-profit businesses. Prior to joining Mercy Corps in 2015, Chris directed the Innovative Finance Program at the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), an...

Duration:00:42:55

What It’s Like To Work in Climate Change & Energy With David Nicholson, Mercy Corps [re-release]

1/7/2021
04Prior to joining Mercy Corps in 2012, David worked in Uganda as an energy project specialist working for the Uganda Carbon Bureau. He has also worked at Development Alternatives Inc (DAI) supporting a Climate Change knowledge platform called InfoSpring, an integrated ICT based innovation and knowledge sharing tool for development practitioners. David received his undergraduate read more>>> The post What It’s Like To Work in Climate Change & Energy With David Nicholson, Mercy Corps...

Duration:00:41:04

What It’s Like to be a NYTs Magazine Writer With Robert Draper, NYTs [re-release]

1/6/2021
Robert Draper has been a writer at large for The New York Times Magazine, for the last decade, where he covers domestic politics. He's also worked as a contributing writer to National Geographic since 2007. During his reporting adventures, he has traveled to the all-male monastic community of Greece’s Mount Athos as well as to volatile corners of the world like Somalia, Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Libya. The post What It’s Like to be a NYTs Magazine Writer With Robert...

Duration:00:32:02

Aspiring Chef to Axios Associate Editor With Spencer Bokat-Lindell, Axios [re-release]

1/5/2021
Spencer Bokat-Lindell is an Associate Editor* at the new online media outlet Axios, Greek for “worthy.” But well before he was simplifying expert opinions to make them worthy of the public’s time, he was peeling white asparagus at Colicchio & Sons restaurant in Manhattan where he interned one summer during college. Spencer has worn many hats since he began his collegiate career at Yale University: he started his freshman year as a Chemistry major and aspiring chef, then realizing neither was...

Duration:00:35:12

Lawfare Blog & National Security With Benjamin Wittes, Lawfare Blog [re-release]

1/4/2021
Benjamin Wittes is the Editor-in-Chief and co-Founder of the Lawfare blog, an online publication dedicated to national security issues, published by the Lawfare Institute in cooperation with the Brookings Institution. Lawfare was started by Ben and Robert Chesney, Texas at Austin law professor. And what began as a fun little project in 2010, quickly turned into a massive news source for those interested in national security law. The post Lawfare Blog & National Security With Benjamin...

Duration:00:30:30

This is Your Brain on Doritos With Dr. Ellen Vora, Integrative Psychiatrist [re-release]

1/1/2021
Dr. Ellen Vora is a board certified psychiatrist, acupuncturist, and yoga teacher, who takes a functional approach to mental health treatment. She believes in looking at her patients holistically, and addressing challenges at the source rather than with medication. Ellen specializes in depression, anxiety, insomnia, women’s mental health, adult ADHD, bipolar, autoimmunity, and digestive issues. The post This is Your Brain on Doritos With Dr. Ellen Vora, Integrative Psychiatrist [re-release]...

Duration:00:45:30

What It’s Like to Be a 21st Century Spartan With Joe De Sena, Spartan Race [re-release]

12/31/2020
Joe De Sena, the CEO of Spartan Race, has always been guided by his entrepreneurial drive. Before applying to Cornell University, Joe had already built a multimillion dollar pool business in his hometown, New York City, in which he cleaned the pools of a Mob boss. After graduating from Cornell, where he majored in Textiles (and that's a story you gotta hear), Joe’s passion took him to Wall Street to make money, and eventually to Vermont, where his business acumen helped him operate and...

Duration:00:34:23

Why Tech & Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) Need Anthropologists With Brian Solis, Altimeter Group [re-release]

12/30/2020
Brian Solis is a Digital Analyst and Digital Anthropologist who left college before graduating so that he could pursue his passion. He had always been interested in technological advancements and their influence over both businesses and individuals, so he decided to combine them into one job description. Brian studies the trajectory of disruptive technologies and evaluates how they will affect humans and their businesses. The post Why Tech & Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) Need...

Duration:00:30:46

Why Disruptive Tech Needs Skilled Networkers & Psych Majors With Mike Steep, Stanford University

12/29/2020
Mike Steep is the Executive Director of the Digital Cities Program at Stanford University and an adjunct professor. He works in the field of disruptive technology where he analyzes innovation in the tech industry and its ability to change and improve life in urban centers. He got his B.A. in American Civilizations from the University of Pennsylvania Wharton Business School in the late ‘70s and then went on to receive his M.B.A. in General Management and Finance from the University of...

Duration:00:30:41

How Everything is ‘Not Impossible’ With Mick Ebeling, Not Impossible Labs [re-release]

12/28/2020
Mick Ebeling is an award-winning film, television, and commercial producer, philanthropist, entrepreneur, and public speaker. He is the founder and CEO of The Ebeling Group, an international production company and creative think tank representing some of the world’s leading design/director collectives. The post How Everything is ‘Not Impossible’ With Mick Ebeling, Not Impossible Labs [re-release] appeared first on Time4Coffee.

Duration:00:32:02

The Director of ‘RBG’ Talks About Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg With Betsy West, RBG [re-release]

12/25/2020
Betsy West is an award-winning filmmaker, journalist and educator and the co-Director & co-Producer of the film RGB about now deceased U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg. A producer and executive for over two decades at ABC News, Betsy received 21 Emmy Awards and two DuPont-Columbia Awards for her work on “Nightline” and “Prime Time Live” and the documentary program “Turning Point,” where she served as executive producer. The post The Director of ‘RBG’ Talks About Justice Ruth...

Duration:00:38:56

How to Become a CEO in Your 20’s With Ladan Davia, Beeya [re-release]

12/24/2020
Ladan Davia is the founder and CEO of Beeya, a meta-search engine and employee matching platform that has partnerships with companies including Zip Recruiter, Indeed, and Nexxt. Her dream, or so she thought, when she graduated from Chapman University in 2014 was to become a hard news reporter. The post How to Become a CEO in Your 20’s With Ladan Davia, Beeya [re-release] appeared first on Time4Coffee.

Duration:00:31:45

How to Leverage Internships for a Full-time Job With Sanam Rastegar, McLarty Associates [re-release]

12/23/2020
Sanam Rastegar is a Senior Associate at McLarty Associates*, a boutique firm specializing in international strategic consulting. She also speaks 5 languages -- 3 of them fluently and had 3 interesting summer internships which she believes helped her hone skills that she's putting to use now in her job. In those internships, Sanam got to try her hand at marketing, merchandising and assisting other full-time employees in important tasks. The post How to Leverage Internships for a Full-time...

Duration:00:27:54

How Honest Tea’s Seth Goldman is Changing the World One Tea Bag at a Time [re-release]

12/22/2020
Seth Goldman, co-founder of Honest Tea, dipped his tea bag into the world of entrepreneurship when he co-founded Honest Tea in 1998. These days Seth is a multi-millionaire and Honest Tea is owned by the Coca-Cola company. It's sold nationwide in 170,000 retailers and is expanding globally ...in Europe as Honest Coffee in Spain, a sparkling lemonade in Switzerland and a chocolate drink in Germany. The post How Honest Tea’s Seth Goldman is Changing the World One Tea Bag at a Time [re-release]...

Duration:00:35:16

You Have a Slot Machine in Your Phone & How It’s F*ing Up Your Ability to Focus With Dr. Cal Newport, Deep Work [re-release]

12/21/2020
Professor Cal Newport is a proud Millennial and a computer science professor who has never owned a social media account. Yup. You read this right. Newport has his PhD in computer science from M.I.T and has deliberately eschewed Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc. because his research shows it’s bad for your brain and your ability to do deep thinking. The post You Have a Slot Machine in Your Phone & How It’s F*ing Up Your Ability to Focus With Dr. Cal Newport, Deep Work...

Duration:00:38:24