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Win or Learn 02: Lea Marquez Peterson: Southern Arizona 3-3

Win or Learn 02: Lea Marquez Peterson: Southern Arizona

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Lea Marquez Peterson business
Lea Marquez Peterson

 

As the founder of the Marquez Peterson Group, Lea assists clients with their community and government relations in Arizona. Previously, Lea served as the President/CEO of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber (THCC) from 2009 until November of 2018. The chamber grew dramatically under her leadership from 350 members to over 1800. The chamber’s mission is to advocate for and provide services that help grow our member’s businesses in our bilingual and bicultural region. The chamber expanded into Nogales, Sierra Vista and Douglas and continues its work in Sonora, Mexico. TheTucson Hispanic Chamber was named the 2013 Large Chamber of the Year by the USHCC!

Lea was a candidate for Congress in Arizona District 2 in 2018. Previously, Lea owned a chain of six gasoline stations and convenience stores and a Business Brokerage Firm.

Lea has been recognized with several awards including the 2015 NFL Hispanic Heritage Award and as a University of Arizona Distinguished Alumni.

About Dr. Z

Dr. Z Zachary S Brooks
Dr. Z Zachary S Brooks

Thanks for visiting my site. My name is Zachary Brooks, the “Z” behind “Dr. Z.” Enjoy the content and please send me questions and comments. Check out podcasts on Bilingual Decision Making, Organ Oracles, People Behind the PhDs, Win or Learn, and About-ish.

My podcasts are based on my book “6A Philosophy: A practical philosophy for living life with meaning and purpose” (coming soon).

*I earned a doctorate in Second Language Acquisition with concentrations in cognitive science and management from the University of Arizona.

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Organ Oracles 04: Holly Miyagawa, Transplant Athlete (USA) 1-3

Holly Miyagawa

Organ Oracles 08: Holly Miyagawa, Transplant Athlete (USA)

Growing up in Thousand OaksCalifornia Holly ran track and field but she fell in love with volleyball and the camaraderie of team sports. While competing for one of best high school teams in the state, a trip to the doctor for high-blood pressure turned into a glimpse of her future. Thirteen years later while playing beach volleyball Holly’s ankles swelled as large as her calves. A few months later with a new kidney, Holly began her comeback and second life as a transplant games champion.

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Organ Oracles: Holly Miyagawa Preview 

About Dr. Z Podcasts

The mission of Dr. Z Podcasts is to find, record, and share stories about humans engaged in one of the 6As* of life.

*6As = athletics, adventure, academics, art, advocacy, human algorithm. The 6As is the name of the book I am writing and the foundation for Dr. Z Podcasts.

Dr. Z Podcasts Newsletter Signup!

About Dr. Z

Thanks for visiting my site. My name is Zachary Brooks, the “Z” behind “Dr. Z.” Enjoy the content and please send me questions and comments. *I earned a doctorate in Second Language Acquisition with concentrations in cognitive science and management from the University of Arizona.

Check out podcasts on:

Bilingual Decision Making

  • In the Bilingual Decision Making podcasts, Dr. Z returns to his dissertation topic to explore and share research on how one’s language and culture affect decision making.

People Behind the PhDs

  • Science is driven by people which is why in People Behind the PhDs, Dr. Z interviews the people who have PhDs, their journey to earning PhDs, and their scientific and social research.

Win or Learn

  • Not accomplishing goals is a big part of life which creates opportunities for learning. In Win or Learn, we interview the people given an opportunity to learn after not achieving a goal.

About-ish.

  • Since I’m doing a podcast, I might as well make an “about” section with a Podcast.I call it “About-ish” which is about me, more or less.

Human Algorithm

  • Humans have it within them to change their own lives and lives of millions of others. Doubt it? Think of every advance in human history and you will realize the power of human algorithms.

Daily Decision

  • In The Daily Decision, Dr. Z delivers you a one-minute podcast on one decision making topic because you want to make better decisions.

Leaders on the Line

  • In Leaders on the Line, we explore technical problems and adaptive challenges various leaders face in business and politics. Every show has a theme such as “success,” “team,” or “strategy” in which Dr. Z and a guest do a deep dive into case studies to uncover gold.

Dr. Z Zachary S Brooks
Dr. Z Zachary S Brooks

 

 

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People Behind the PhDs 11: Dr. Ting Qian: Founder and Princeton Lecturer

People Behind the PhDs 1: Dr. Ting Qian: Small Town Boy, Princeton Lecturer, Machine Translation, FindingFive.com

About Dr. Ting Qian

Dr. Ting Qian (pronounced Ting Chen) is “small town boy” from the city of Qidong, Jiangsu China with over 1,000,000 inhabitants. With numerous large cities in China, Chinese often define their towns and cities by how large the city center is. A large city center equates to a city and a small city center equates to a small town.

Dr. Ting Qian, Princeton University
Dr. Ting Qian, Princeton University

 

Growing up Ting was interested in both English and computers. After he made the decision to study in the United States and was accepted by the University of Rochester, he kept working to find ways to combine language and computers. At first, he studied cognitive science with a strong focus on machine translation which despite the straightforwardness of the concept is very complex. Words and the combinations of words have pragmatic implicatures  which means that language very difficult to translate. Eventually he became interested in how people order things, such as seasons. As a data scientist, Ting likes to discover hidden patterns in data and solve data inference problems. He doesn’t allow himself to be drawn into frequentist statistics versus Bayesian model* debates (though he admits its existentially fascinating).

Both frequentist statistics and Bayesian statistics apply probabilities to statistical problems.

Dr. Ting Qian, Princeton University
Dr. Ting Qian, Princeton University

Dr. Ting Qian Bio

For Academic Years 2018-2020, I am teaching PhD-level regression and machine learning courses in the Department of Psychology at Princeton University. My academic webpage: https://psych.princeton.edu/person/ting-qian

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I am a method-oriented “Data Scientist”​ who focuses on designing the optimal statistical / machine learning models in order to discover hidden patterns in data. I am NOT a software engineer by trade. I am not interested in positions where the primary responsibility is to create software that implements or uses off-the-shelf machine learning algorithms. I am interested in positions where I, together with coworkers, solve difficult data inference problems.

My specialty is in conducting probabilistic inferences on generative models using Bayesian methods. Specifically, I am specialized in clustering and segmenting seemingly unstructured data.

Dr. Ting Qian wordcloud
Dr. Ting Qian wordcloud

I also develop statistics software for Bayesian inference utilizing GPU in my free time. Progress is slow, but I’d like to focus on this a bit more. I believe GPU-based Bayesian inference will change how we process streaming data.

I was formally trained as a computational cognitive scientist (my PhD is in Brain and Cognitive Sciences). My research tries to uncover how humans and animals understand “the order of things”​. For example, how come we understand the concept of “seasons”​? What does it mean for Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter to rotate in such an order? Is the perception of orderly weather patterns the reason why we understand the concept “seasons”​? I still find these questions fascinating.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/ting-qian-3b907630/

https://psych.princeton.edu/person/ting-qian

About Dr. Z

Dr. Z Zachary S Brooks
Dr. Z Zachary S Brooks

 

Hello, hello, my name is Dr. Z, Zachary Brooks, and I’m the creator, founder, interviewer, researcher, editor, and copy editor of Dr. Z Podcasts. I earned a doctorate in Second Language Acquisition with concentrations in cognitive science and management from the University of Arizona and during that time I served as the Graduate and Professional Student Body President for four years and it that time I was fortunate to interact with people who were finishing their professional masters degrees such as law, art, architecture, and nursing and were studying to complete their PhDs in from 16 various colleges (Science, Engineering, Medicine, Management, Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Education, and more). My interest in many topics led me to graduating from the College of Science and the College of Humanities (hooded) and has led to the creation of this program.

Science is driven by people which is why in The People Behind the PhDs, I interview people who have PhDs, their journey to earning PhDs, and their scientific and social research.

In addition to The People Behind the PhDsI have other podcasts called Bilingual Decision Making, Organ Oracles, Win or Learn, About-ish and others in development.

You can find me at DR-Z.net, Twitter @zachbrooks, Facebook @drzpodcasts, and Instagram @drznet.

As always, Happy Deciding …

 

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The Daily Decision-03-Decision Types

The Daily Decision-03-Decision Types

Hello Hello This is Dr. Z, Zachary Brooks, with The Daily Decision

because you want to make better decisions.

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HarpConcepts.com 3D Printing
3D Printing and additive manufacturing for entrepreneurs, inventors, and artists
HarpConcepts.com

 

Today is the third episode of The Daily Decision

Whenever I talk about decision making invariably the question that people ask me is …

What kinds of decisions?

It’s a good question because make lots of decisions every day.

While the easy answer is … “all types of decisions,” the better answer is conscious decisions with consequences.

They can be small such as “what to eat for lunch?”

Junk food or real food.

By the way, we make 200 food-related decisions daily (Wansink and Sobal, 2007,)

They can be large … should I buy a car?

If I buy a car, which is the best car for me? Which car fits my budget.

They can medium size decisions …

should I subscribe to Netflix? Is it in my budget?

As always, Happy Deciding.

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People Behind the PhDs 08: Peta Leitermann-Long: Women in TV and Politics 1-3

People Behind the PhDs 08: Peta Long: Women in TV and Politics

Peta Leitermann-LongABD, researches women in politicstwitter activism, political communication, and diversity and inclusion in public relations at the S.I. Newhouse School of Communication at Syracuse University.

Podcasts are separated into three parts and there are two versions to choose from: M4A and MP3

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Peta Long
Peta Long
Women in Politics Researcher

 

Leitermann-Long is part of a small class of doctoral candidates at one of the nation’s leading media and journalism schools, whose alumni roster includes Pamela Chin who is Head of Creative, Communications Studio for Instagram, Bob Costas a sportscaster for multiple Olympic Games, Mike Tirico a play-by-play commentator for NFL games on ESPN and Lakshmi Singh from National Public Radio (NPR).

Currently, a visiting assistant professor at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, Leitermann-Long shares her story of success and failures that have made her journey unique, complex and fascinating. In this series of conversations she talks about her learning disability, which led to her dismissal from college after her freshman year, and fundamentally became the turning point she embraced to claim what she defines as her “learning agency.” She chronicles her journey to have her academic standing reinstated and the new direction that launched her educational career.

 

Peta Long
Peta Long
Women in Politics Researcher

 

Peta’s Bio

Peta Leitermann-Long, is a doctoral candidate at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, where she specializes in political communication, public relations, and diversity and inclusion. She is the Visiting Assistant Professor in Public Relations at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.

Her doctoral thesis, which she aims to complete before August 2018, examines the effects of the 2016 US Presidential debates. This follows her work on political leadership, which started with her Master thesis in Pan African Studies that looked at the political communication philosophy as communicated in the speeches of the late Michael Manley, former Prime Minister of Jamaica. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree, second class honor and dual major from the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, in July 2008 where she studied Philosophy and Media and Communication.

Leitermann-Long is currently working on a book with Drs. Rochelle Ford and Hua Jiang on diversity and inclusion practices, which builds on their award-winning paper and industry bench mark study, “Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) in Recruitment and Retention of Public Relations Talent from Under-Represented Groups: A Study with the Arthur W. Page Society Members 2016.” She is a part of Women Get It Done movement in D.C., and an active member of the International Association of Business Communications – Caribbean.

Student, teacher, researcher, motivator, problem-solver, creator, communicator – endearing words that describe Peta Leitermann-Long.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/petalong

http://www.leitermannlong.com

About Dr. Z

Dr. Z Zachary S Brooks
Dr. Z Zachary S Brooks

Thanks for visiting my site. My name is Zachary Brooks, the “Z” behind “Dr. Z.” Enjoy the content and please send me questions and comments. Check out podcasts on Bilingual Decision Making, Organ Oracles, People Behind the PhDs, Win or Learn, and About-ish.

*I earned a doctorate in Second Language Acquisition with concentrations in cognitive science and management from the University of Arizona.

 

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We swim in technology so it’s hard to capture molecules. ~ Dr. Z

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Win or Learn 02: Lea Marquez Peterson: leader 2-3

Win or Learn 02: Lea Marquez Peterson: business leader

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Lea Marquez Peterson business
Lea Marquez Peterson

 

As the founder of the Marquez Peterson Group, Lea assists clients with their community and government relations in Arizona. Previously, Lea served as the President/CEO of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber (THCC) from 2009 until November of 2018. The chamber grew dramatically under her leadership from 350 members to over 1800. The chamber’s mission is to advocate for and provide services that help grow our member’s businesses in our bilingual and bicultural region. The chamber expanded into Nogales, Sierra Vista and Douglas and continues its work in Sonora, Mexico. TheTucson Hispanic Chamber was named the 2013 Large Chamber of the Year by the USHCC!

Lea was a candidate for Congress in Arizona District 2 in 2018. Previously, Lea owned a chain of six gasoline stations and convenience stores and a Business Brokerage Firm.

Lea has been recognized with several awards including the 2015 NFL Hispanic Heritage Award and as a University of Arizona Distinguished Alumni.

About Dr. Z

Dr. Z Zachary S Brooks
Dr. Z Zachary S Brooks

Thanks for visiting my site. My name is Zachary Brooks, the “Z” behind “Dr. Z.” Enjoy the content and please send me questions and comments. Check out podcasts on Bilingual Decision Making, Organ Oracles, People Behind the PhDs, Win or Learn, and About-ish.

My podcasts are based on my book “6A Philosophy: A practical philosophy for living life with meaning and purpose” (coming soon).

*I earned a doctorate in Second Language Acquisition with concentrations in cognitive science and management from the University of Arizona.

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Organ Oracles 03: Elmar Sprink, Transplant Athlete (Germany) in English & German 1-3

Organ Oracles 03: Elmar Sprink, Transplant Athlete (Germany) in English & German

As a semi-professional soccer player, then an Ironman triathlete, Elmar Sprink, had few health worries. After an off-performance during an Ironman competition in Austria, a passed-out Elmar was rescued by his girlfriend (now wife) and next door neighbor, a doctor who was home only because of knee surgery. After a heart transplant and 30-minute walk around a 400 meter track, Elmar began training again to compete in the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.

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Elmar Sprink, der als Fußballspieler und Ironman-Triathlet nie gesundheitliche Probleme hatte, bis sein Herz versagte. Sein erstes Training nach seiner Herztransplantation, bei der er eine Strecke von 400 Metern zurücklegte, dauerte 30 Minuten. Er war der erste Mensch nach einer Herztransplantation, der an den Ironman-Weltmeisterschaften in Kona, Hawaii, teilnahm. Mittlerweile ist er das Cape Epic, die BIKE Transalp gefahren und hat den Transalpine Run gefinisht.

Organ Oracles: Elmar Sprink Preview / die Vorschau

 

Organ Oracles

Each Organ Oracles podcast consists of inspirational stories of people who have had life-saving organ transplants and their achievements after their life-altering moments.

Season 1 Organ Oracles
Organ Oracles Interviewees

 

Season 1 Schedule (more episodes to be added)

DateStory
April 1, 2019OO-01StephenJarvis1-3
April 8, 2019OO-02TatianaNarvaez1-3
April 15, 2019OO-03ElmarSprink1-3
April 22, 2019OO--04HollyMiyagawa1-3
April 29, 2019OO-05LloydTucker1-3
May 6, 2019OO-06LiamBarnett1-3
May 13, 2019OO--07AlexandreHumeau1-3
May 20, 2019OO-08TamarynStevens1-3
May 27, 2019OO-09SteveDonaldson1-3
June 3, 2019OO--10NelsonFreytes1-3
DateStory
June 7, 2019OO-01StephenJarvis2-3
June 14, 2019OO-02TatianaNarvaez2-3
June 21, 2019OO-03ElmarSprink2-3
June 28, 2019OO--04HollyMiyagawa2-3
July 5, 2019OO-05LloydTucker2-3
July 12, 2019OO-06LiamBarnett2-3
July 19, 2019OO--07AlexandreHumeau2-3
July 26, 2019OO-08TamarynStevens2-3
August 2, 2019OO-09SteveDonaldson2-3
August 9, 2019OO--10NelsonFreytes2-3
DateStory
June 20, 2019OO-01StephenJarvis3-3
June 27, 2019OO-02TatianaNarvaez3-3
July 4, 2019OO-03ElmarSprink3-3
July 11, 2019OO--04HollyMiyagawa3-3
July 18, 2019OO-05LloydTucker3-3
July 25, 2019OO-06LiamBarnett3-3
August 1, 2019OO--07AlexandreHumeau3-3
August 8, 2019OO-08TamarynStevens3-3
August 15, 2019OO-09SteveDonaldson3-3
August 22, 2019OO--10NelsonFreytes3-3
About Dr. Z Podcasts The mission of Dr. Z Podcasts is to find, record, and share stories about humans engaged in one of the 6As* of life. *6As = athletics, adventure, academics, art, advocacy, human algorithm. The 6As is the name of the book I am writing and the foundation for Dr. Z Podcasts. Dr. Z Podcasts Newsletter Signup!

 

About Dr. Z

Thanks for visiting my site. My name is Zachary Brooks, the “Z” behind “Dr. Z.” Enjoy the content and please send me questions and comments. *I earned a doctorate in Second Language Acquisition with concentrations in cognitive science and management from the University of Arizona. Check out podcasts on: Bilingual Decision Making

  • In the Bilingual Decision Making podcasts, Dr. Z returns to his dissertation topic to explore and share research on how one’s language and culture affect decision making.

People Behind the PhDs

  • Science is driven by people which is why in People Behind the PhDs, Dr. Z interviews the people who have PhDs, their journey to earning PhDs, and their scientific and social research.

Win or Learn

  • Not accomplishing goals is a big part of life which creates opportunities for learning. In Win or Learn, we interview the people given an opportunity to learn after not achieving a goal.

About-ish.

  • Since I’m doing a podcast, I might as well make an “about” section with a Podcast.I call it “About-ish” which is about me, more or less.

Human Algorithm

  • Humans have it within them to change their own lives and lives of millions of others. Doubt it? Think of every advance in human history and you will realize the power of human algorithms.

Daily Decision

  • In The Daily Decision, Dr. Z delivers you a one-minute podcast on one decision making topic because you want to make better decisions.

Leaders on the Line

  • In Leaders on the Line, we explore technical problems and adaptive challenges various leaders face in business and politics. Every show has a theme such as “success,” “team,” or “strategy” in which Dr. Z and a guest do a deep dive into case studies to uncover gold.
Dr. Z Zachary S Brooks
Dr. Z Zachary S Brooks

 

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Human Algorithm 02: Jacqui Bauer: Affordable Housing

Human Algorithm 02: Jacqui Bauer Affordable Housing

Who do you know who knows what split incentives are in affordable housing, housing sustainability, and the importance of nudges? Jacqui Bauer

Listen to Jacqui’s podcast starting on May 9th, 2019!

Jacqui Bauer is a former municipal sustainability director with a background in the non-profit, government, and academic sectors who is now embarking on an effort to make rental housing better. Her startup is RentLab, which emerged out of a coalition of cities working to find better tools for renters, landlords, and cities alike.

RentLab aims to increase both the demand for and the supply of efficient, affordable, and sustainable rental housing by making energy, water, and other sustainability data more visible in the rental market. Jacqui Bauer aims to improve affordable housing through targeting the “split incentive problem.” The enterprise is incorporated as a benefit corporation with a prototype website available at www.rentlab.org.

President at RentLab
President at RentLab
rentlab.org

 

Growing up in Lansing, Michigan (the capital of Michigan) Jacqui’s early influences came from her Dad who as an urban planner and her Mom who articulates what she sees wrong in the world because she wants the world to improve for the better. In middle school, Jacqui led a sit-in after watching the movie Gandhi, based on the life of Mahatma Gandhi, the Indian activist who led the Indian independence movement against British colonial rule using nonviolent civil disobedience as his tactic for change. These forces prompted Jacqui to think about the urban environment in distinct ways. During her undergraduate studies at the University of Michigan she gravitated toward both environmental and racial challenges and disparities in the world which led her to begin her career in water and wastewater infrastructure projects in low-income rural communities.

While at Indiana University in Bloomington Jacqui worked with Elinor Ostrom who in 2009 shared the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences with Oliver E. Williamson for her “analysis of economic governance, especially the commons.” When Jacqui became the Sustainability Coordinator for the city of Bloomington, she was ready to begin fusing her ideas on the relationship between environmental and socioeconomic factors (employment, education, and income) and apply these ideas to novel solution. One of the most innovative projects Jacqui was able to develop was the Hoosier 2 Hoosier is a reuse program that aims to divert reusable items from the landfill when 20,000 students move out of campus and near-campus housing by by selling collected items to students and community members in order to raise funds for local charities and other organizations.

Now at RentLab, Jacqui is working to address the split-incentive problem in rental housing. For example, if a landlord asks his tenants to pay for utilities, he has no incentive to improve the toilets or insulation in the housing while the tenants have an incentive to optimize their utilities usage. On the other hand, if the landlord decides to pay for utilities, then the tenants have no incentives to reduce their utilities use. Jacqui is addressing these issues by identifying in rental housing whether the structure of building and their upkeep is problematic in energy usage or if it is the behavior of tenants. By identifying the factors that led to poor energy usage, Jacqui will be able to build transparent system by which both landlords and tenants can benefit.

About Dr. Z Podcasts

The mission of Dr. Z Podcasts is to find, record, and share stories about humans engaged in one of the 6As* of life.

*6As = athletics, adventure, academics, art, advocacy, human algorithm. The 6As is the name of the book I am writing and the foundation for Dr. Z Podcasts.

Dr. Z Podcasts Newsletter Signup!

Dr. Z Zachary S Brooks
Dr. Z Zachary S Brooks

 

About Dr. Z

Thanks for visiting my site. My name is Zachary Brooks, the “Z” behind “Dr. Z.” Enjoy the content and please send me questions and comments. *I earned a doctorate in Second Language Acquisition with concentrations in cognitive science and management from the University of Arizona.

Check out podcasts on:

Bilingual Decision Making

  • In the Bilingual Decision Making podcasts, Dr. Z returns to his dissertation topic to explore and share research on how one’s language and culture affect decision making.

People Behind the PhDs

  • Science is driven by people which is why in People Behind the PhDs, Dr. Z interviews the people who have PhDs, their journey to earning PhDs, and their scientific and social research.

Win or Learn

  • Not accomplishing goals is a big part of life which creates opportunities for learning. In Win or Learn, we interview the people given an opportunity to learn after not achieving a goal.

About-ish.

  • Since I’m doing a podcast, I might as well make an “about” section with a Podcast.I call it “About-ish” which is about me, more or less.

Human Algorithm

  • Humans have it within them to change their own lives and lives of millions of others. Doubt it? Think of every advance in human history and you will realize the power of human algorithms.

Daily Decision

  • In The Daily Decision, Dr. Z delivers you a one-minute podcast on one decision making topic because you want to make better decisions.

Leaders on the Line

  • In Leaders on the Line, we explore technical problems and adaptive challenges various leaders face in business and politics. Every show has a theme such as “success,” “team,” or “strategy” in which Dr. Z and a guest do a deep dive into case studies to uncover gold.

Organ Oracles

  • Each Organ Oracles podcast consists of inspirational stories of people who have had life-saving organ transplants and their achievements after their life-altering moments.