The Changed
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Episode 13: Science! Dr. Gerald T. Nepom M.D., Ph.D. Director of the Immune Tolerance Network
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In this episode of the Changed Podcast, it’s Gerald T. Nepom M.D., Ph.D., Director of the Immune Tolerance Network and former director of Benaroya Research Institute! As part of the direct COVID response efforts, Jerry has plenty of thoughts to share on curiosity, change, flexibility, and science!

We are living through a time where science is referred to at the dinner table, possibly more than any other period in history (according to me).

With COVID 19 top of mind for everyone, we are looking to the scientific community to tell us how to be safe, to tell us they’ll find a cure, to tell us ANYTHING that will make us feel less shaky and more secure in these particularly “turbulent times” (as I have heard every corporate entity refer to 2020, in the massive number of sales related emails I receive every week). Read More

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Episode 29 – Maraya Brown, Beyond The Red Tent

Yale-educated, Certified Nurse Midwife and founder of Beyond The Red Tent – Maraya Brown sits down on Episode 29 of The Changed Podcast to talk about fear and the changing way we approach taboo topics in the lives of women: abortion, perimenopause, miscarriage and more…
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Episode 28 – Marsha Shandur, Storyteller

In this episode storytelling expert Marsha Shandur, shares a few of the key ingredients to an excellent story and shares a story of her own that demonstrate our how our willingness to leap into the abyss of love can change us
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Episode 27 Jay Jordan, Vice President – The Alliance for Safety and Justice

The Vice President of the Alliance for Safety and Justice, Jay Jordan, sat down on the Changed Podcast to talk about what motivates change, get a little personal and share thoughts about where we *might* be headed as a country
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Episode 26, Amy Gentry, Author ‘Good as Gone,’ ‘Last Woman Standing,’ & new novel, ‘Bad Habits’

Amy Gentry, best selling author of novels ‘Good as Gone’ & ‘Last Woman Standing’ sat down to talk with, The Changed Podcast host, Aden Nepom at the end of last year. Since talking, her newest novel ‘Bad Habits’ has taken the world by storm!
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Season Two Trailer

Every podcast needs a trailer… This sneak peek… is that trailer. Listen and learn a little about the show, and get excited for the conversations in season two.
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Episode 25: That’s the end of Season One of the Changed Podcast

There’s a whole lotta gratitude from host, Aden Nepom, in the final episode of the Changed Podcast- season one! Despite 2020 being one massive experiment in just how much people can handle, there is much to be grateful for with this podcast. Amazing stories, inspiring conversations and YOU the audience!
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Episode 24: Chris O’Connell talks about surviving suicide

In this very important and vulnerable conversation with Chris O’Connell, an NED and consultant on leadership, change management and recruitment, we’re talking about removing the mask, and understanding the role of mental health in the workplace. This includes the very personal topic of surviving suicide.
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Episode 23: Estevan J Zarate (Chuy) and the diagnosis that changed everything

In this episode of the Changed Podcast, Estevan J Zarate, or Chuy as I’ve always known him, shares the story of being diagnosed with cirrhosis of the liver, and how that changed everything for him, for his family… and for his survival. You can take the guy out of the party… can you take the party out of the guy?
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Episode 22: Kevin Miller Tells Us Ghost Stories

In this special Halloween Edition of the Changed Podcast, we’ve invited Kevin Miller to talk to us about ghosts, tell stories…. and see if maybe we can relate things back to making things better for the living before we all transition to the ultimate life change… death.
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Episode 21: The Rad Cafe with Mike Shethar

Mike Shethar (just call him Mikey, everyone does) is a Culinary Consultant, a Podcast Host, a Men’s Fertility Coach, and an all around delightful human being. In this episode we get to hear one of the early stories in Mikey’s journey through his own imagination. And it’s a story with a title: The Rad Cafe.
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