Guests & Friends
Learn more about each of the voices you have heard on the podcast and some you haven't!
Each of these people has helped to make Stories Lived. Stories Told. a welcoming place for us and our stories. They do a lot of other cool things and you can get connected to them here.
Dr. Aline Mugisho
Aline is the Executive Manager of the Innovative Youth in Agriculture Project at the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA). She is an advocate and activist for women, youth, and those displaced from their homes.
dr. michelle colpean
Diane Grimes is an associate professor of Communication and Rhetorical Studies at Syracuse University and co-author of Through the Lens of Whiteness: Challenging Racialized Imagery in Pop Culture. She works to encourage the mindful and critical interrogation of unexamined assumptions around issues of race.
Liz Cooney is a queer writer, facilitator, and speaker from Des Moines, Iowa. Her work focuses on helping people communicate more effectively through valuing differences and navigating difficult conversations. She is co-author of Through the Lens of Whiteness: Challenging Racialized Imagery in Pop Culture.
Dr. Beth FIsher-Yoshida
Beth Fisher-Yoshida (PhD, CCS) is Program Director of the MS in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program, Chair of Advanced Consortium for Cooperation, Conflict and Complexity (AC4) at Columbia University. She is the author of New Story New Power: A Woman's Guide to Negotiation.
Bart Buechner, Phd
Barton Buechner is the Interim Director and a founding faculty member of the Military Psychology MA program at Adler University. He is a 1978 graduate of the US Naval Academy, and earned an MA in Organization Development and Assessment degree from Case Western Reserve University (1993) and PhD from Fielding Graduate University (2014).
Terry Strauss is a producer, writer, and director. Her documentaries include, AS IF THEY WERE ANGELS, ULTIMATE RESTORATIONS, I WISH I WERE A PRINCESS, and her current project WHAT NOW? CANARIES IN CAMO, which focuses on the struggles of our veterans to reintegrate and truly come home, and the necessity of civilian engagement and responsibility.
guest (Ep. 75 & 76)
Romi Boucher has been an executive coach, strategic change consultant, and designer of leadership programs and organizational development change initiatives for over 30 years. Her coaching approach addresses what it takes to lead and adapt innovatively in three dimensions; as organizations, in management teams and as individual leaders.
Marit Eikaas Haavimb, (CQSW, Cand.Mag., MABPSS)
Marit is a partly retired social worker, educator, and a lifelong learner. She is a co-developer of CosmoKidz. She has written books and chapters on self-development and communication. She has offered valuable mentorship and friendship to Abbie.