EdTech Speaks


016 with Executive Leadership Coach, Dr. Jennifer Nash

Season 1, Ep. 16

EdTech Speaks podcast welcomes our next guest, Dr. Jennifer Nash. As Founder & CEO of Jennifer Nash Coaching & Consulting, she is an ICF-certified executive coach helping leaders and their teams accelerate performance.

A former Deloitte executive, Research Fellow at Case Western Reserve University and published coaching scholar, she has presented her empirical, peer-reviewed research at Harvard University and Columbia University. Jennifer frequently contributes to HBR and is the author of Leading with Heart: The Human Element of Business (2021).

In this interview, Jennifer shares:

- How her business has pivoted with covid

- Understanding when technology is too much

- Recognizing HOW you use technology can impact the learning and community

When speaking about the human element in the workforce, she said, "You have to be able to get people to work together so that you leverage all the power to move the organization forward. There's the huge element of, how you bring your people together and recognize and honor them for who they are and the unique contributions that they bring to the organization."

Learn more and connect with Jennifer here:





Instagram: @DrJenniferNash

Twitter: @NashCoaching

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022 Solving Problems and Learning as You Go with Seth Raphael

Season 1, Ep. 22
Welcome to a very unique episode of the EdTech Speaks podcast where we are joined by Seth Raphael, who is officially the youngest guest we've had the pleasure of interviewing.Seth Raphael is the founder of LinkJoin, a website that organizes and automatically opens virtual classes. He is a student at Las Lomas High School, but also an entrepreneur and programmer. During his virtual 2020 school year, he noticed that he was struggling to remember to join his classes. So he created LinkJoin to help himself and others never be late again. His programming journey started small, with occasional summer camps where he learned the basics of coding and its concepts, but Seth's interest and knowledge spiked during the summer of 2020, when the world was in lockdown and he was stuck inside. After taking a full-fledged online course on Python, he became interested in making websites and quickly picked up the rest of the technologies needed. And when the need arose for one to automatically open his meetings, he knew how to make it. Seth enjoys playing piano, tennis, and ice hockey in his free time, and derives joy from beating his parents at backyard ping-pong.Seth has proven that you don't have to be an adult with multiple degrees to succeed in making a product to help people, you can just work towards a goal of solving a problem, learning as you go.Seth says, "Just getting started is the hardest step - if you have an idea and you think you can get it out there to help people, then just get started and see where it goes."Learn more and connect with Seth here:https://www.linkedin.com/in/seth-raphael-75aa2320a/https://linkjoin.xyz