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S03 - Ep.3: The Key to Addressing Health Disparities is Cultural Humility (with Jazzmyne Adams‪)‬ ScholarChip$

    • Society & Culture

Larry and Tone sit down with the incredible Jazzmyne Adams to dive deep into her dynamic career in public health. Tune in for an engaging chat filled with insights, stories, and everything you need to know about Jazzmyne's impactful journey!
About Jazzmyne:
Jazzmyne oversees research initiatives to improve health outcomes in the community as they relate to otolaryngology diseases. In 2018, she received her Masters in Public Health with a concentration in Public Health Policy and Administration from University of Wisconsin Milwaukee-Zilber School of Public Health. Jazzmyne is a native of Milwaukee (a proud resident of Halyard Park). She has over 7 years of healthcare research experience and has also served on a number of coalitions in efforts to reduce and prevent drug abuse amongst youth in Southeast Wisconsin. When she is not working, Jazzmyne enjoys self-guided food tours with her husband Brent and exploring new parks with her children.
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=H_GNgC0AAAAJ&hl=en
Welcome to the ScholarChip$ podcast hosted by Larry Alexander and Tone Gaines. Larry is a transactional attorney at a Fortune 500 Company. Tone is a Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions attorney at a large law firm in Chicago. But more importantly, both Larry and Tone are Black Men from the inner city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The duo started ScholarChip$ to (1) create a platform to have candid conversations with scholars and (2) normalize academics as a viable way to achieve upward mobility in Black and Brown communities. In other words, WE CHAMPION ACADEMIC SUCCESS.

Discussions in this podcast are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Nothing contained in this podcast constitutes financial, legal, tax or any other professional advice. Always consult a professional regarding your individual circumstance. NOR DOES IT CONSTITUTE AN ENDORSEMENT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL GUEST. ALWAYS DO YOUR DILIGENCE. 

Larry and Tone sit down with the incredible Jazzmyne Adams to dive deep into her dynamic career in public health. Tune in for an engaging chat filled with insights, stories, and everything you need to know about Jazzmyne's impactful journey!
About Jazzmyne:
Jazzmyne oversees research initiatives to improve health outcomes in the community as they relate to otolaryngology diseases. In 2018, she received her Masters in Public Health with a concentration in Public Health Policy and Administration from University of Wisconsin Milwaukee-Zilber School of Public Health. Jazzmyne is a native of Milwaukee (a proud resident of Halyard Park). She has over 7 years of healthcare research experience and has also served on a number of coalitions in efforts to reduce and prevent drug abuse amongst youth in Southeast Wisconsin. When she is not working, Jazzmyne enjoys self-guided food tours with her husband Brent and exploring new parks with her children.
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=H_GNgC0AAAAJ&hl=en
Welcome to the ScholarChip$ podcast hosted by Larry Alexander and Tone Gaines. Larry is a transactional attorney at a Fortune 500 Company. Tone is a Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions attorney at a large law firm in Chicago. But more importantly, both Larry and Tone are Black Men from the inner city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The duo started ScholarChip$ to (1) create a platform to have candid conversations with scholars and (2) normalize academics as a viable way to achieve upward mobility in Black and Brown communities. In other words, WE CHAMPION ACADEMIC SUCCESS.

Discussions in this podcast are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Nothing contained in this podcast constitutes financial, legal, tax or any other professional advice. Always consult a professional regarding your individual circumstance. NOR DOES IT CONSTITUTE AN ENDORSEMENT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL GUEST. ALWAYS DO YOUR DILIGENCE. 

1 hr 1 min

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