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Listen to podcast with Teresa Ghilarducci, author, How To Retire With Enough Money about her book

Posted by Elena del Valle on July 31, 2017

Teresa Ghilarducci, author, How To Retire with Enough Money

Teresa Ghilarducci, author, How To Retire With Enough Money

Photo: Matt Furman

A podcast interview with Teresa Ghilarducci, author, How To Retire With Enough Money: And How To Know What Enough Is is available in the Podcast Section of Hispanic Marketing & Public Relations, HispanicMPR.com. During the podcast, she discusses her book with Elena del Valle, host of the HispanicMPR.com podcast.

Teresa is an expert on retirement, pensions, and personal savings, and the Bernard L. and Irene Schwartz Chair in Economic Policy Analysis at The New School for Social Research. She has a Ph.D. in economics from the University of California, Berkeley and taught previously at the University of Notre Dame. Visit Teresa on the web at teresaghilarducci.org and on Twitter: @tghilarducci

To listen to the interview, click on the play button below, scroll down until you see “Podcast” on the right hand side, then select “HMPR Teresa Ghilarducci” and click on the play button below or download the MP3 file to your iPod or MP3 player to listen on the go, in your car or at home from the RSS feed. Some software will not allow flash, which may be necessary for the play button and podcast player. If that is your case, you will need to download the file to play it. To download it, click on the arrow of the recording you wish to copy and save it to disk. The podcast will remain listed in the July 2017 section of the podcast archive.



PR Account Executive with Multicultural Experience

Posted by Elena del Valle on July 27, 2017

We're looking for a creative, hardworking PR professional with native-level proficiency in Spanish to join our boutique integrated marketing agency. We specialize in residential and commercial design products on the PR side, but also apply our unique design lens to large-scale corporate events and brand strategy for big names in Click to read the entire ad: PR Account Executive with Multicultural Experience

With video – New film showcases challenges faced by Dreamers

Posted by Elena del Valle on July 26, 2017

 Indivisible

From Indivisible

Photo, video: Fuse, Kudzu Films

In February 2013, Hilary Linder began work on a project that would lead her to the making of her first film, Indivisible, in which she followed the lives of three undocumented immigrants for almost three years. The 78-minute documentary about three undocumented immigrants, screened in 25 film festivals already, will air on Fuse, a cable network, at 10 p.m. ET July 29, 2017. Scroll down to watch a trailer.

Indivisible

Renata, Evelyn and Antonio meet their relatives at the United States-Mexico border

"Renata, Evelyn, and Antonio were young children when their parents brought them to the U.S. in search of a better life; they were teenagers when their families were deported," Linder said by email when asked to describe the film. "Today, they are known as Dreamers. Indivisible takes place at a pivotal moment in their lives, as they fight for a pathway to citizenship and a chance to be reunited with their loved ones." When asked about the goal of the film, she said: "I selected immigration reform as the focus of my first film because I believe it will shape the identity of the United States for generations to come and because I knew there was an incredible human story to tell. When Congress introduced a comprehensive immigration reform bill in 2013, I grew frustrated that media coverage was focusing on numbers and statistics rather than the actual people at the heart of the debate. Knowing that immigration reform is a highly politicized topic, I set out to make a film that would humanize the issue and that both undocumented and documented audiences could relate to—a film about families."

In the United States she filmed in Massachusetts, New York City, Florida, and Arizona. Overseas, she filmed in Colombia, Brazil, and Mexico. The documentary, funded mainly by the filmmaker with $30,000 of support she fundraised online and in person, premiered at the Cinequest Film Festival in March 2016.

" The most common reaction is that they had no idea that families were being separated by deportation or what it is like for families to be separated, and, now that they know, they want to do something to change our immigration system and prevent this from happening," Linder said when asked about people's reaction to the film. "Before the election, many people indicated that the film had changed their mind about who they would vote for. And today, at such a scary time for immigrants in the U.S., audiences overwhelmingly ask what they can do to help. We like to direct people to our Take Action page on our website (indivisiblefilm.com/takeaction), where they can sign petitions, receive information about contacting their Members of Congress, and sign up to host their own screening of Indivisible."

Communications Manager Harvard University

Posted by Elena del Valle on July 24, 2017

Location: Cambridge, MA

Harvard University

14-Jul-2017
Communications Manager
Harvard Kennedy School
43114BR


Duties & Responsibilities
The Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School focuses on realizing global justice through theory, policy, and practice. Over the past 15 years, the Center has developed research and policy expertise Click to read the entire Job Ad Communications Manager Harvard University

Functional medicine physician, writer share ideas on wellness

Posted by Elena del Valle on July 20, 2017

The New Health Rules

The New Health Rules

 

Photos: Artisan, Timothy White, Brad Hamilton

As our country's population ages and the average age nears 80 many in their golden years are concerned about quality of life. Young and old are taking account of their health habits, seeking to live not just longer, but healthier lives. At the same time, there is so much conflicting health and nutrition information floating around it is challenging to know what to believe. Toward that end an integrative medicine doctor and a writer teamed up to share their ideas about wellness in a book that strives to provide short and easy to read health rules.

For people who want a minimum of reading they provide short descriptions, many single paragraphs, without ambiguity paired with full page color photos. Each one stands alone in The New Health Rules Simple Changes to Achieve Whole-Body Wellness (Artisan, $14.95), a 224-page softcover book by Frank Lipman, M.D. and Danielle Claro published in 2014.

The book, a New York Times bestseller, is divided into six sections: Introduction, Eating, Moving, Boosting, Healing and Living. The authors were unavailable to reply to questions submitted by email more than two weeks in advance to the book's publishing company.

Frank Lipman, M.D., co-author, The New Health Rules

Frank Lipman, M.D., co-author, The New Health Rules

In the book, the authors discuss a wide range of wellness topics. For example, in the Living section they recommend readers make sure to drink clean water (they explain that the substances added to tap water such as chlorine and fluoride are bad for the hormonal system). Other recommendations include meditation; walking outside instead of on a treadmill whenever possible; eating grass fed beef, if you eat beef; eating real food (plant foods that require refrigeration); and eating gluten free (most people are mildly sensitive and some highly sensitive, the authors say) non packaged foods.

Danielle Claroco-author, The New Health Rules

Danielle Claro, co-author, The New Health Rules

Lipman, according to his biography, is physician to many celebrities such as Kevin Bacon, Kyra Sedgwick, Donna Karan, Jake Gyllenhaal, Maggie Gyllenhaal among others. He is also an international speaker on health and wellness. Claro, deputy editor, Real Simple, is a writer, former professional dancer and yogi. She has written two New York Times bestsellers and launched an indie lifestyle magazine, according to her biography.


The New Health Rules

Click to buy The New Health Rules


Chief Marketing Officer

Posted by Elena del Valle on July 12, 2017

Witt/Kieffer is thrilled to announce a Chief Marketing Officer search we have just launched with Geisinger Health in Danville, PA. Since Dr. David T. Feinberg stepped into the CEO’s role in 2015, Geisinger has undergone a period of unparalleled growth, navigating the changing dynamics of healthcare and the competitive landscape. Click to read the entire Job Ad for Chief Marketing Officer

Listen to podcast with HeatherAsh Amara, author, Warrior Goddess Training about applying warrior goddess principles to your life

Posted by Elena del Valle on July 10, 2017

HeatherAsh Amara, author, Warrior Goddess Training

HeatherAsh Amara, author, Warrior Goddess Training

Photo: HeatherAsh Amara

A podcast interview with HeatherAsh Amara, author, Warrior Goddess Training is available in the Podcast Section of Hispanic Marketing & Public Relations, HispanicMPR.com. During the podcast, she discusses applying warrior goddess principles to your personal and business life with Elena del Valle, host of the HispanicMPR.com podcast.

A leader in mindfulness, empowerment and shamanism, HeatherAsh is also the author of The Toltec Path to Transformation, Embracing the Four Elements of Change. The heart of her teachings stems from her long Toltec apprenticeship and teaching partnership with Miguel Ruiz, author, The Four Agreements. Over the past fifteen years she has taught workshops and apprenticeships and trained teachers. She now travels the world working with women to integrate the feminine wisdom of the ancients into their modern lives.

To listen to the interview, click on the play button below, scroll down until you see “Podcast” on the right hand side, then select “HMPR HeatherAsh Amara” and click on the play button below or download the MP3 file to your iPod or MP3 player to listen on the go, in your car or at home from the RSS feed. Some software will not allow flash, which may be necessary for the play button and podcast player. If that is your case, you will need to download the file to play it. To download it, click on the arrow of the recording you wish to copy and save it to disk. The podcast will remain listed in the July 2017 section of the podcast archive.