Global Volumes is a new and emerging podcast that highlights the stories and perspectives of others from different livelihoods. Host Lisa Gachara, a global health student uses both her knowledge in global health and love for personal growth to challenge mindset and provide understanding for global health issues and personal success alike.
"You are incredible. You are building skills and acqiring knowledge in your field and that alone is of high value. Reflect on why you continue to show up to these learning spaces and the people who invest in you, and understand you can be young, still growing, AND worthy." Why is it that, as young people in seasons and spaces of learning, it is difficult to recognize our own worth? In this first first Love, Lisa episode of Global Volumes I unpack the things we equate to worth, point out key ways to recognize it, and offer a space for self-reflection. || RESOURCES MENTIONED || Global Volumes + Vivien Wambugu on Imposter Syndrome + Micheal Merson on Global Health Innovation Kanini Kega + How to be Gentle With Yourself Medium Article “Know Yourself, Know Your Worth” | How To Become Dangerously Self-Aware… by The Master Philosopher || CATCH UP WITH THE BLOG || + Big Sis College Advice + Tools to Utilize in Podcasting for High Efficiency + My Favorite Podcasts + Learned Interviewing Habits for Podcasters || FOLLOW LG | GV || Global Volumes available on GlobalVolumes.com, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Youtube (Apple Podcasts coming soon) My personal blog, LisaGachara.com Kanini Kega (formerly In Pursuit) on Spotify and Apple Podcasts || CONTACT || Questions? Feedback? Just want to chat? Let's get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
30 min 33 sec
In today's episode of Global Volumes I sit down with Dr. Micheal Merson, the founding director of the Duke Global Health Institute. Dr. Merson speaks to his experience being amongst the beginning stages of central global health issues, including his position as Director of the WHO Global Program on AIDS. In addition his passion for academia and partaking in the ideation of the position of global health in universities, surmounting to his current work at Duke.
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Welcome to today's episode of Global Volumes, where I am joined by my classmate, roommate and friend Vivien Wambugu. We speak to the fears we carry within our new graduate program, and how we work towards navigating imposter syndrome. From confidence in our own abilities to being surrounded with a great community, we share personal experiences and ways to deconstruct this feeling. [articles mentioned] + Why Imposter Syndrome Is Worse for Women of Color + You’re Not a Fraud. Here’s How to Recognize and Overcome Imposter Syndrome + The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women: Why Capable People Suffer from the Impostor Syndrome and How to Thrive in Spite of It [more LG | GV] + lisagachara.com + globalvolumes.com
46 min 30 sec
Rachel Svetanoff prompts a conversation on global health leadership, and the shortfalls in contemporary practices that result in a lack of mobility. Executing this passion by recently co-founding the organization Global Futurist Initiative, Rachel tackles generational inequities in a professional context. Global health continues change with the emergence of new diseases and complex issues and, in that, demands a shift in who stands at the drawing board, making decisions for our world's tomorrow.
56 min 15 sec
In today's episode of Global Volumes I sit down with Carmen Rebecca Cucalon, a registered dietitian and global health graduate student. In pursuit of bridging global health with nutrition, Carmen speaks to her journey in pursuing this path as well as contemporary issues in global nutrition. She also draws from her own experiences receiving clinical care and reflects on setting her own foundation of compassion in delivering care.
35 min 57 sec
In today's episode of Global Volumes I am joined by Joyce and Mark Kasia, who have been lasting role models and mentors in my life. The share their own journey within marriage, academia, being in the military and, through that, the growth that they have experienced individually and together. From navigating challenges as a unit to seeking to guide younger populations, today's episode explores their story.
48 min 17 sec
Welcome to another episode of Global Volumes. Today's conversation, with Davie Celeste, houses insight on education in marginalized communities, curating spaces and dwelling in them, as well at what it means to build a village. Davie Celeste is an educator, a nonprofit founder, and DJ, and so much more. In this, she shares her journey and wisdom.
45 min 52 sec
Welcome to another episode of Global Volumes. In today's episode I share my experience applying to graduate programs as well as some tips for writing a personal statement. Try Canva Pro for free Listen to Global Volumes by Lisa Gachara on: + Apple Podcasts [coming soon] + Spotify + Google Podcasts + YouTube Blog post highlight | How to Write a Personal Statement for Grad School Read the full transcript here
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What is global health? In this first episode of Global Volumes host Lisa Gachara defines it and applies a global health perspective to various past and present issues. Lisa illustrates how understanding people who are already working in a space precede successful development.Listen to Global Volumes by Lisa Gachara on: + Apple Podcasts [coming soon] + Spotify + Google Podcasts + YouTube Blog post highlight | Is It Too Late to Start a Podcast in 2021? Read the full transcript here
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