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Brittany Furlan (American Meme/former Vine Star) has seen it all when it comes to dating and relationships. She has stories for days about terrible dates and experiences she's had to endure. Each week she'll talk with her friends and guest as they share their own stories about experiences they'd rather not talk about. These stories will make you ask how anyone finds love at all. Subscribe to the ad-free version: https://worstfirsts.supercast.tech/ Link to survey: https://bit.ly/2EcYbu4 For a ...
 
Welcome to my the Verbing with Brittany Podcast. I am your host Brittany Echols and I am happy you are here. My Podcast is about Verbing which is a term I have been using as a UI designer who has built countless enterprise tools...UI design has to be thoughtful, intuitive, and verb...And at www.datadistillr.com we verb when we design for our end users. My podcasts explore verbing and data. My guests share stories about how they verb when during the data exploration and data discovery stages ...
 
Brittany Packnett Cunningham is an activist, educator, and popular TV commentator—and a trusted voice for millions of people interested in social justice. Now, with UNDISTRACTED—an original podcast from The Meteor and Pineapple Street Studios—she aims her focus on the most pressing issues of our time through the lens of intersectional feminism. From the latest headlines to deep-dives with today’s most fascinating changemakers, UNDISTRACTED is your weekly guide to the revolution.
 
Influencer Essentials is a podcast that will help influencers build their brand, run their business and find their balance. I'm your host, Brittany Hennessy, author of INFLUENCER: Building Your Personal Brand In The Age Of Social Media, creator of the Influencer Business Plan course, and co-founder of Carbon August, an influencer education company.
 
This podcast helps creative entrepreneurs and influencers confidently grow and scale their modern brands -- navigating the business side of content creation, influencer marketing, social media, e-commerce, online courses, in-person events, and digital products. Host Brittany Ratelle, an attorney for creatives, gives you legal resources and behind-the-scene business tricks for your busy life -- minus the leather-bound books and billable rate. Get the information and inspiration you need to mo ...
 
The Brand, Interrupted™ Podcast is hosted by Brittany Hammond, and is a space dedicated to inspire, teach and heal though the power of story, resilience and vulnerability. Each week, I’ll be bringing to you guest entrepreneurs, artists, authors, speakers and influencers in a series of real, raw and unfiltered conversations around the courage to be yourself, the audacity to embrace your life + business, and how to speak your truth.
 
Brittany Venti resurrects the psychic Mystia so she can explore the vast unknown of the paranormal. Each week she brings on a guest to delve deeper into unexplained mysteries, psychic phenomena, and the occasional cryptid or two. Sit back and get cozy because you're in for a wild night of high IQ conversation and slightly insane co-hosts. Warning: Topics discussed in this program are not intended for those predisposed to mental disabilities and those prone to hallucinations. Also, everything ...
 
Renowned academic counselor and “Last Chance U” star Brittany Wagner hosts Sharpen Up, a podcast that inspires, energizes and educates. If you don’t know this southern, single mom yet - then hold on - she’s the wise mentor, helpful advisor, and judgement-free friend we all need. Brittany gained recognition from the Netflix original series “Last Chance U,” where she was the academic advisor to a prolific junior college football team. She changed the lives of student-athletes by believing in t ...
 
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This week, Congress voted to designate Juneteenth a federal holiday—something Opal Lee has spent years trying to make happen. The 94-year-old Texas-raised activist and author—known as the “Grandmother of Juneteenth”— even walked from Fort Worth to Washington D.C. to raise awareness about the holiday. And now—156 years after slavery was ended in Tex…
 
Back again with another recommendation video! This time it is BOOKS!! Whether you love or hate reading these books are perfect for everyone! Full of diversity and perspective these are some of my favorite summer reads! I didn't mention this in the episode but there will not be an episode next week. I have many exams that I need to study for and I w…
 
In this episode host Brittany Echols sits down with Lucio Tolentino, GoodWay Group's Lead Data Scientist to discuss how algorithms make marketing spend more efficient. Lucio also shares a clever uses-case on how algorithms can be used to predict what news stories will go viral. You can connect with our guests via LinkedIn @ Brittany Echols https://…
 
In the final episode of Worst Firsts, Brittany and Tommy say goodbye and discuss how buying a house can be complete hell. They talk about how their current home may be haunted by the previous owner who died in the house, how some guys tried to paint their house using spray paint, and Brittany's plans for the future past the podcast. Thank you to al…
 
In this episode host, Brittany Echols sits down with Nvidia's Mark Moyou, Senior Data Scientist, to dig into how to understand what the data is trying to tell you. Mark's shares some advice on how to present and summarize data you can see the insights you have gathered from the data. You can connect with our guests via LinkedIn @ Brittany Echols ht…
 
BONUS EPISODE TIME!! It's my 16th Birthday!!! So I thought why not get to know a little more about me! I answer your questions you submitted on Instagram. Of course this being a bonus episode it is going to be shorter than the rest so this week you'll here my voice not once, but twice!! Let me know what you want me to talk about in my next episode!…
 
In this episode host, Brittany Echols sits down with Dell's Udit Mehrotra, Senior Data Scientist, to discuss the importance of paying it forward by mentoring future teacher leaders. Udit also shares his thoughts on the future of work job profiles such as AI engineers and AI NLP Engineers. You can connect with our guests via LinkedIn @ Brittany Echo…
 
2021 has already been declared the worst year in U.S. history for legislative attacks against the LGBTQ community...and we’re not even halfway through! Against that backdrop, ACLU lawyer Chase Strangio—named one of Time’s “most influential people in the world” in 2020—sits down to talk to host Brittany Packnett Cunningham about why the GOP is obses…
 
Happy Thursday cuties! Back again with another episode perfect for all my tv addicts! I watched and evaluated New Girl! If you've never seen the show then I give you a run-down on the characters, plot, key details, celebrity guests, seasons and episode count. There is no spoilers in the beginning of this episode and I will warn you before anything …
 
Host of the Thrive State Podcast Dr. Kien Vuu sits down with Brittany to explain how you can potentially reverse the aging process and be generally healthy with a few simples steps, like eating better and being more active. He also discusses his background from immigrating to the United States from Vietnam at a very young age, his past struggles wi…
 
After last month’s devastating violence in Palestine and Israel, global public opinion began to shift in support of the Palestinian people. That’s long-overdue, says Amani, the Palestinian-American activist and founder of the online platform Muslim Girl. She tells host Brittany Packnett Cunningham exactly why—and what social media and feminism have…
 
Hey my lovelies! In this episode I read a few examples of little things to enjoy in life straight out of The Book of Awesome. In the start of this episode I wasn't feeling very happy and as it progresses talking out my feelings and trying to find joy in the things around me really cheered me up and I hope it will do the same for you! The Book of Aw…
 
This week, Brittany is joined by 2 plastic surgeons to the stars, Dr. Ben Talei and Dr. Robert Cohen to share some of their biggest challenges with correcting botched surgeries or physical ailments and how they've completely transformed people's lives with their work. They dispel tons of plastic surgery myths, explain how hundreds if not thousands …
 
In a week that marks one year since George Floyd's death, there’s no better time to talk about cultivating the world we deserve. Queen Sugar author Natalie Baszile believes that true Black freedom is tied to land ownership, food sovereignty, and a renewed dedication to the soil. She talks to Brittany about her new anthology that’s been making waves…
 
This Thursday is all about Miraculous:Tales of Ladybug and Chat Noir! One of my favorite shows EVER! Talking love square ships, favorite characters, season 4 predictions, miraculous holders, my favorite episodes and so much more! If you've never seen the show that is 100% ok! I give a crash course on everything! So you can listen to the first 20ish…
 
Actor in the new Netflix show "Never Have I Ever" Darren Barnet joins Brittany to talk about manifesting your success, meeting Jim Carrey, aliens, and basically everything else in between. Darren touches on the difficulty of losing his father at a relatively young age and how he tries to not leave any interaction on a bad note. Plus, Darren talks a…
 
Host Brittany Echols, Datadistillr.com Head of User Experience sits down with Darren Kaplan to talk about how Product Councils made up of Data Scientist lead to the API feature that is changing they way Data Teams collaborate. For more information visit www.datastandard.com저자 DataDistillr
 
Feminism is not just about changing the ways we raise girls—in the words of host Brittany Packnett Cunningham, “men need to be freed too, y’all!” And Travon Free, the filmmaker who just won an Oscar for his short film, “Two Distant Strangers,” has a lot to say about that. He and Brittany sit down to talk about the prison of masculinity, and what ha…
 
Hey babe, welcome to my first official episode! I am so excited to start this journey with you! This week I talk about everything that's annoying and my big pet peeves! So basically I'm ranting for 30 minutes about random things! P.S Bare with me on the breathing! I'm working on it. lol Email: yourbigsisterbrittany@gmail.com Insta: yourbigsisterbri…
 
This week, Brittany reads some of the worst stuff that's happened to you, and it's a lot! From bad edible trips making you think you're going to die any second, projectile vomiting on a first date in front of a crowd of people, ghost hauntings, both sweet and scary, discovering you have a secret brother from a secret affair, and so much more! Liste…
 
New York Times Magazine reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones is the creator of The 1619 Project, a multimedia effort about the legacy of slavery, and how it still informs American life. It won her a Pulitzer Prize, much praise—and relentless ire from the right, including an ongoing assault from Mitch McConnell, who wants it banned from school curriculums. …
 
Comedian and influencer Chad AKA Cherdleys drops by to discuss playing doctor as a kid, becoming an alcoholic, then sober during the pandemic, and his brief stint as a porno actor on PornHub. Plus, Cherdleys talks about his first girlfriend in high school and how his friend pressured him into asking her out, even though he didn't even know her name…
 
In the year of our lord 2021, we need all the faith we can get—so it felt like the perfect time to invite comedian/actress Yvonne Orji (Molly from HBO’s Insecure) onto the show to share her lessons from “Da Good Book” a.k.a. the Bible. Author of the new advice guide, “Bamboozled by Jesus,” Orji joins Brittany Packnett Cunningham for a laugh-out-lou…
 
Host of "The Idiot Test", host of the "Last Week on Earth" podcast & stand-up comedian Ben Gleib sits down with Brittany to discuss his U.S. presidential run in 2020, hitting on celebrities on the red carpet, but getting rejected and how he's changed his stand-up game during the pandemic. He also talks about the time he did too much weed at a casin…
 
The state of our blue planet can feel dire—because it is. California wildfires, Midwestern droughts, Southern floods, and global food insecurity. But marine biologist and climate justice expert Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson believes we can still make a difference—and that women are the reason why. This week, she talks to host Brittany Packnett Cunnin…
 
Comedian and host of "The Adam Carolla Show" Adam Carolla joins Brittany to talk about how he started off digging ditches for $50 a day to being a successful comedian and radio/podcast king. Adam also talks about how he stood outside of the KROQ radio station for hours to catch his big break, and it worked! He also describes one of his worst days w…
 
In a week that brought us Derek Chauvin guilty verdicts but also a relentless wave of police killings, it can feel like not much has changed since Billie Holiday sang “Strange Fruit.” Andra Day—up for an Oscar for playing the iconic singer—joins Brittany to talk about how Holiday’s life, as a “great-godmother of the reinvigorated civil rights movem…
 
Musician and YouTuber (and boyfriend of former guest Tara Yummy) Jake Webber joins Brittany to talk about all the messed up stuff he's collected over the years from famous serial killers like John Wayne Gacy. Jake talks about how he got into the "murderabilia" game and also talks about the time he and his friend started a small bonfire that ultimat…
 
Sophia Bush ruled the small screen in TV hits like “One Tree Hill” and “Chicago PD”—but on both those sets, the workplace abuse was real, she tells host Brittany Packnett Cunningham. Together, they unpack what three-plus years of #MeToo has and hasn’t changed for working women, and get into Sophia’s activist work—including how white women can bette…
 
Actress, healer, and mother of former guest Gabrielle Stone, Dee Wallace joins Brittany to discuss how she came to realize she had healing abilities at a very young age. Dee helps Brittany re-evaluate the negative forces in her life and re-channel them into something positive. They also discuss why you shouldn't fear death, how our childhood premon…
 
Headlines are already calling 2021 “the year of anti-abortion legislation.” State lawmakers have so far introduced more than 500 bills restricting the procedure. Host Brittany Packnett Cunningham speaks to Alexis McGill Johnson, the president and CEO of Planned Parenthood, who says “abortion access is hanging on by a thread.” Plus, Brittany brings …
 
Actor and lead singer of Black Veil Brides Andy Biersack AKA Andy Black joins Brittany to talk about his wild youth, including being blackout drunk for most of 2015 and one his first times touring with his band and playing for a group of 4. While in Chicago, Andy got into a giant car accident that left his van totalled, relinquishing it to the firs…
 
People may believe that gun violence went away during the pandemic because mass shootings slowed down—but in reality, gun violence overall hit a two-decade high in 2020, killing 20,000 Americans. On the heels of mass shootings in Atlanta and Boulder, host Brittany Packnett Cunningham speaks to Shannon Watts, founder of Moms Demand Action and self-d…
 
Actor Seth Green sits down with Brittany to discuss his long Hollywood career and, of course, some of his worst firsts. He talks about his time auditioning for David O. Russell where he had Seth scream in his face for several minutes, knowing that he was going to cast someone else the whole time. They also talk about how they met and tried to sell …
 
Do you have a business built to last? Guest Michelle Gifford, business coach and content strategist shares what is working to move the needle on content marketing and how you shouldn't be putting all of your eggs in the Instagram basket. Learn about Reeles, email marketing, Pinterest, pretty and functional websites, and how everything should fit to…
 
Amber Ruffin is breaking boundaries in late-night television with her witty and insightful takes on race, politics and history. She’s a writer and performer on NBC’s “Late Night with Seth Meyers” and the star of “The Amber Ruffin Show.” In this laugh-packed conversation, host Brittany Packnett Cunningham talks to the comedian about everything from …
 
Comedian and host of the "Back to School" podcast Maz Jobrani sits down with Brittany to talk about his terrible time shooting a Chuck Norris movie where he was forced to play a stereotypical terrorist character and had to do his own stunts. Maz discusses how he was convinced to wear a turban and fall on his back multiple times without a cushion. P…
 
Influencers are humans that constantly evolve but it can seem like your social profiles want you to remain the same person forever. In this week's episode I chat with Francesca Murray of @onegrloneworld on how she successfully pivoted from travel to beauty post COVID-19, battled imposter syndrome to create three e-books, and figured out how to stri…
 
Ep. 64: Creating a Sustainable Career as an Indie Artist with Heidi Luerra, author of The Work of Art, Founder of RAW: Natural Tune into this podcast interview with Heidi Luerra, master creative consultant and event planner. For more than 20 years, Heidi has worked with artists of all creative genres. Starting her own clothing line at a young age, …
 
U.S. Rep. Cori Bush made history last fall when she became the first Black woman from Missouri to be elected to Congress. Host Brittany Packnett Cunningham—a St. Louis native—talks to her Congresswoman about the long road to Washington, from Rep. Bush’s roots as a Ferguson activist to her no-holds-barred, wholly authentic approach to governing. Plu…
 
This week, influencer Tara Yummy sits down with Brittany to discuss how her neighbor turned into a creepy stalker. Tara talks about how it started with him sending strange DMs until it turned into him sending her threatening texts about her boyfriend and leaving a gift basket at her door while she slept. Brittany talks about her own stalker experie…
 
How can we be everything to everyone without burning the candle at both ends? In this week's episode I chat with Majesty Acheampong, influencer, founder of Ignite Your Influence, and Facebook employee, on how to create content for two audiences, build multiple revenue streams, and manage it all with family and a full-time job.…
 
Lisa Ling, the award-winning CNN host, was sounding the alarm about anti-Asian threats long before the current rise in violence hit most headlines. Here, she unpacks the troubling issue with host Brittany Packnett Cunningham—from why racism against Asian Americans is so often overlooked to what everyday people can do to take action. Plus, Brittany …
 
Model, actor, founder of Bouquet Box & How2Girl Courtney Sixx joins Brittany to talk about her pregnancy and her background of growing up in conservative Utah then moving to Los Angeles and Orange County. She also discusses dating Nikki Sixx and how their entire relationship almost took a complete nose dive over one misinterpreted text. Visit analu…
 
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