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Since taking the helm at the French lottery and gaming operator she’s sought to improve its gender balance, putting in place internal initiatives aimed at promoting women, as well as being involved in external projects such as Public Gaming Research Institute’s Women in Lottery Leadership. This is the second part of a three-part series online. To read more about how the list was compiled and why it was especially necessary this year, see Most Influential Women 2020: Part 1. Stéphane Pallez CEO, Française des Jeux (FDJ) “For me, diversity is non-negotiable. It’s common sense but we have to reiterate it and relentlessly show evidence: gender equality and diversity are major assets for business and society as a whole.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Howard was on the Global Diversity and Inclusion Council at IGT, where she launched the Women’s Inclusion Network. She is currently on the board of directors at Global Gaming Women and co-chairs the network’s marketing committee. People In 2018 we launched the iGB Most Influential Women list to celebrate the highest achieving women in our industry. Now in its third year, the survey has gone from strength to strength and this year we saw a huge increase in the number of nominations from within the industry. Topics: Casino & games Lottery People Sports betting Tribal gaming Licensing Diversity Asked about the secret to her success, she says: “To lead, you need to be able to listen and explain. In other words, you have to be able to give a sense of purpose. You also have to demonstrate your ability to adapt to unforeseen circumstances. Photo by Joel Saget, AFP Photo “I was really heartened to see that during the last class I taught, at least half were women and they took a real interest in gaming. I spent a lot of time talking about the various opportunities that there are for young lawyers and young talent to advance in the industry.” A keen proponent of gender diversity in gaming, Hensel sits on the advisory board of the All-In Diversity Project and regularly encourages women to enter the industry via her work as an adjunct law professor at Widener University. “I’m committed to diversity because it makes us stronger. Diversity is a proven driver of innovation and is needed to be successful on a global scale. With diversity comes new ideas and experiences, as well as different perspectives. It helps build a rich corporate culture and fosters creativity and collaboration.” Eva Karagianni-Goel COO, Colossus Bets Anika Howard VP, digital marketing and branding, Foxwoods “Women currently make up 40% of FDJ’s executive committee. Women also make up virtually the same percentage (41%) of the group’s managers as its overall workforce. We have achieved a global balance, even though there is still room for improvement in some business areas,” says Pallez. Most Influential Women 2020: Part 2 We will publish the rest of the women featured on this year’s list tomorrow in Part 3. There’s no question Howard has been one of the pioneers of the US igaming industry. Beginning her career as a president’s associate at Harrah’s back in 1999, she quickly moved into the then nascent internet marketing space, before setting up a play-for-fun casino. However, there’s been a less positive side to this and one Howard is well-known for her attempts to address. “I have always been in the situation where not only have I been the first in my role, but usually I’m also the first woman or woman of colour. I understand how it feels to be in that space and I feel a strong obligation to create opportunities for other people to have a seat at the table and be included in the conversation.” 24th November 2020 | By Joanne Christie With such form in setting up from scratch, it’s perhaps no surprise that she was snapped up by tribal operator Foxwoods in 2018 as it positions itself for a potential launch of online gaming and sports betting in Connecticut, something Howard is working hard to make happen. “The public health crisis that we’re going through, which is radically different from any we’ve experienced, has, for example, made us learn quickly to manage our business differently in many aspects and we’ve already had lessons from our experience which we can build upon over time.” Having moved into igaming only five years ago after a 10-year career outside the industry, Karagianni-Goel has managed what many others making a similar move have not: she’s used her relative newness to her advantage and instead of being dismissed for her lack of industry experience, has instead been hailed for bringing a “fresh perspective”. Karagianni-Goel is also something of a self-appointed brand ambassador for the gaming industry generally, penning regular articles exploring the ethics of the industry, often provocatively so. “I didn’t want to be a participant in this industry if I didn’t ask enough questions myself so that I could justify my position. By all indications, these efforts are paying off – earlier this year it was announced that FDJ had achieved a score of 99/100 on the gender equality index created by the ‘Avenir Professionnel’ law in 2019, up 15 points on the previous year. “In the past 12-18 months we have come out with a more assertive brand identity. It will take some time to fully pan out, but we are seeing some immediate effects,” she says. “With the recent launch we did with Bet365 and our horse racing pools, they have our brand on their site, so our product was launched as a branded product as opposed to a white label product.” While networking might be part of a gaming exec’s job, with a corresponding amount of time and financial resources provided for such activities, for regulators this is not typically the case. However, Hensel saw it had merits. “In anticipation of online gaming becoming a reality in the US, I decided it was important for me and my organisation to learn everything I could about the subject and to meet everyone I could in the online space and I often did that on my own time and at my own expense.” “What naturally followed was the position that crystallised and I wanted to express that position and it was a way of connecting and engaging with my network.” She launched her own consulting firm in 2009, managing the first US ilottery launch for Illinois, before moving in-house at GTECH (now IGT) in 2013. Here she headed up the Georgia ilottery launch, before taking over strategy for IGT’s mobile and sports betting solutions, including PlaySpot. Email Address This seems to have served Pennsylvania well, with igaming having performed particularly strongly during the Covid-19 outbreak as other gaming outlets were shut down. While successful females are sometimes accused of “pulling up the ladder behind them”, this is a charge that’s unlikely to ever be levelled against Pallez. In this spirit she says she’s particularly pleased to have made this year’s list. “It is especially nice that iGB is recognising the role of the regulator and the work that strong women in government do every day to contribute to the success and sustainability of the industry.” Susan Hensel Director of licensing, Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board “Everything I have done from the beginning of my career has been creating opportunities to expand what is possible in gaming,” she says. “I think the highlight has been the fact that I have been able to really pave a path forward for what is possible in the industry. For each of the positions that I’ve been in, I’ve either been the first, the only, or the trailblazer for that specific role.” The state’s success is due in part to Hensel’s collaborative approach towards operators. “We are partners in the success of the industry. We need each other and it is important to have a conversation in order to understand each other, particularly in online gaming.” When asked to name the first US state regulator that comes to mind, many in the industry would answer Susan Hensel. Partly this is due to her two terms as president of the International Association of Gaming Regulators (between 2011 and 2013), and partly due to her prolific presence at industry events and conferences. Recently promoted to COO, in her previous role as CCO Karagianni-Goel built up both the B2B and B2C arms of the company, placing a heavy focus on brand identity in recent times. After a stint at Stratagem Technologies, she joined Colossus Bets in October 2016 and has since been described by industry insiders as “breaking the mould of what sales people are like” and displaying leadership qualities that have led to the company “punching well above its weight”. Asked what advice she’d give others, she says: “Don’t go for the typical career path, consider what you enjoy doing in your day to day. Also consider not only the surface of what an industry or even a function has to offer, but dig deeper and make that path for yourself.” Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Tags: Most Influential Women 2020 Pallez has, of course, also taken big steps to make the business activities of FDJ more diverse. Since taking on the CEO role in 2014 – a “new direction” for Pallez after three years as CEO of reinsurer CCR – she’s expanded the company’s B2B arm, put in place a digital transformation strategy and overseen the successful partial privatisation of the company. The second installment of iGB’s Most Influential Women list 2020
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A year ago, SACSCOC Special Committee placed SAU on probation to give the University time to continue to make additional improvements, before a Special Committee of SACSCOC visited the campus two months ago to access the institution’s financial stability and institutional effectiveness.“I am extremely pleased that Saint Augustine’s University has been removed from probationary status,” said Dr. Everett B. Ward, Saint Augustine’s president. “The SACSCOC decision underscores that the SAU turnaround strategy with support from alumni, faculty, students and community partners is moving the University forward.”“I would like to especially highlight and thank the Episcopal Church for its unwavering support. From Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s letters and encouragement, to the Church’s HBCU Committee and their consultants’ foundational, administrative, and advisory support, and to all who offered gifts of prayer as well as financial contributions.”Financial stability has been a priority of Dr. Ward’s administration since his appointment as interim president in April 2014. The administration, along with external partners, implemented a plan to address all the issues of compliance identified by SACSCOC. By strengthening the University’s financial landscape, which includes improved internal controls, an increase in alumni giving and ending the Fiscal Year 2018 with a surplus, Saint Augustine’s administration is positioned to increase enrollment and additional academic programs.“The Saint Augustine’s University Board of Trustees is delighted to hear of the commission’s decision that ensures a positive future for the university,” said Rev. 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Photographs Projects Manufacturers: Deca, Monolíticos Martinovic, Ventanal S.A.Adviser Architect:Enrique CastroStructure Advisor:Magnone-Pollio ingenieros civilesSanitary Advisor:Federico EstoupCompetition Jury:Francisco Firpo, Luis Oreggioni, Luis ZinoCity:Ciudad de la CostaCountry:UruguayMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Marcos GuiponiText description provided by the architects. In a long building lot, the house is conceived as an answer to that and follows that proportion. The width – almost half the width of the terrain – turns the sides into areas of opportunity, so the more pronounced projections of the interior space occur in directions perpendicular to the parcel.Save this picture!© Marcos GuiponiThe social area of the home is defined as a “thorn” that is gaining privacy as one moves from the front to the back. This area is structured when it’s combine with the volumes that harbor more contained and / or private activities. Once the social area is segmented, a succession of subtle diagonal visual connections are created and show how the spaces interconnect each other and at the same time, the projections-expansions to the outside are settle.Save this picture!© Marcos GuiponiThe projections are accompanied by pavements that are defined according to the adjacent program inside the house and the kind of the activity that could be carried out in this one. The pavements characterize the outer space and generate diferent areas that favor the interaction between themselves and the virgin portions of the terrain.Save this picture!© Marcos GuiponiSave this picture!Floor PlanSave this picture!© Marcos GuiponiThe space-material logic that defines these expansions is the interaction of each space with one of the massive volumes to its back and a closing of curtain wall forward, which accentuates the flow towards the sides. Other types of spatial sequences appear when these volumes are perforated and allow visuals that cross transversally.Save this picture!© Marcos GuiponiAfter contest descriptive memoryThe contest proposal show some ambiguities that were the subject of revision in the adjustment process.In this sense we understood that the project could take, among others, two well-differentiated courses. In the first one the boxes adopte an ethereal character being materialized with the minimal thicknesses and their presence doesen’t give evidence of permanent elements. The other way was completely opposite: increase the mass, this was the one we chose.Save this picture!© Marcos GuiponiNow the boxes would be anchored to the floor, they would emerge from it. Accordingly, the roof is pulled up and rests on the boxes, since at the beginning it was an element that was between them. The boxes became carriers and the pillar and beam structure proposed in the competition was abandoned. We noticed that in that gesture we could make the façades the very image of the structure, as elemental as a dolmen. From here came the decision of build the walls with rustic bricks.Save this picture!SectionThe social space of the house is defined by three elements: the volumes of brick that came from the floor; The concrete roof which massive character go with the idea of giving shelter; The floor of gray monolithic and concrete that flows between the volumes and that confer the house a strong relation with the exterior. The private, service and annex areas were distributed in the different boxes, the white color of the interior of them maximizes the illumination capture through the square windows while intensify the passage of space-between to space-within.Save this picture!© Marcos GuiponiProject gallerySee allShow lessEero Saarinen-Designed US Embassy in Oslo to Be Preserved After Sale by GovernmentArchitecture News22 New Year’s Resolutions for ArchitectsArticles Share 2016 “COPY” ArchDaily Save this picture!© Marcos Guiponi+ 24 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/801975/vivienda-arquitectura-rifa-gen-09-maria-ines-garcia-plus-maximiliano-garcia Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/801975/vivienda-arquitectura-rifa-gen-09-maria-ines-garcia-plus-maximiliano-garcia Clipboard House Architecture Rifa G’09 / María Inés García + Maximiliano GarcíaSave this projectSaveHouse Architecture Rifa G’09 / María Inés García + Maximiliano García Area: 242 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: House Architecture Rifa G’09 / María Inés García + Maximiliano García Houses “COPY” Uruguay CopyHouses•Ciudad de la Costa, Uruguay Photographs: Marcos Guiponi Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Architects: María Inés García, Maximiliano García Area Area of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeMaximiliano GarcíaOfficeFollowMaría Inés GarcíaOfficeFollowProductBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesCiudad de la CostaUruguayPublished on December 26, 2016Cite: “House Architecture Rifa G’09 / María Inés García + Maximiliano García” 26 Dec 2016. 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ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/883095/house-camilo-ignacio-correa Clipboard Area: 340 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ArchDaily Projects “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/883095/house-camilo-ignacio-correa Clipboard Camilo House / Ignacio CorreaSave this projectSaveCamilo House / Ignacio Correa Save this picture!© Aryeh Kornfeld+ 20 Share Architects: Ignacio Correa Area Area of this architecture project Camilo House / Ignacio Correa Chile “COPY” Year: 2016 Photographs Houses Manufacturers: Rothoblaas, Osmo, NuprotecCalculator:Alberto RamirezBuilder:Enzo HidalgoCity:ParralCountry:ChileMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Aryeh KornfeldRecommended ProductsDoorsSaliceSliding Door System – Slider S20DoorsVEKADoors – VEKAMOTION 82WoodAccoyaAccoya® Cladding, Siding & FacadesDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile Curved Hinged Door | AlbaText description provided by the architects. This project located in the interior of Parral, 350 km south of the city of Santiago, is commissioned by a family of farmers who work and live in this countryside. The commission consisted of a housing that could recognize and incorporate in its design, landscape, and culture of this area of southern Chile. For the development of the project of this housing, located in the interior of Parral at 350 km south of Santiago, we start with three questions that define the architecture of the Project, and its relation to the site.Save this picture!Site PlanSave this picture!© Aryeh KornfeldWho builds?The condition that is imposed on the commission of this house is related to the location and the culture which we went to work. Beyond what the project proposed, those who built in the area are the ones who build the project. Hence the importance of knowing their skills, and defining, at the same time, an architecture that allows transferring that same knowledge and abilities to the work. The scarce access to some materials in the area determinates and encourages the fact that the more traditional crafts remain active and in this case carpentry is one of the practices with the higher skills experience. All of this is related to the good availability of dimensioned Cordilleran Cypress wood that is exploited and made in this area near the Cordillera. This is how the conditions allowed putting in value the landscape and its culture through the architecture.Save this picture!© Aryeh KornfeldHow to Build It?According to the proposed conditions, it is arranged a mono-material construction system, simple and with limited variations. Starting from the reference of the wooden sheds of a regular frame, typical of this area, is designed a structure composed of 4 type frames, which are ordered and alternate according to the relation that each space must establish with the site. This simplifies the assembly and carrying out of the structure according to the sections, defined by a series of diagrams. At the moment of the construction, all of these steps are accompanied by numerous hand-drawn drawings made directly on site, which help to simplify even more the constructive process with the workers.Save this picture!© Aryeh KornfeldWhat is built?The same reference of the sheds is understood like a strategy to insert the project within the scale of the landscape. The house is built like an extended pierced volume, thus maximizing its length. At the same time these same sheds are folded towards the landscape in order to measure, on the one hand, the length of the interior spaces, and on the other, the extension of the landscape around the project. Lastly, this spatial order defines large areas covered with cypresses, made by continuous wooden boards that cross the whole section from the walls to ceiling, unifying and consolidating the interior space from which the countryside is recognized.Save this picture!Axonometrics and SectionsSave this picture!© Aryeh KornfeldProject gallerySee allShow lessAdjaye Associates Reveals Design of Winter Park Library and Events Center in FloridaArchitecture NewsHouse for a Mother & Daughter / Robert Hutchison Architecture + Tom Maul Architectur…Selected Projects Share Photographs: Aryeh Kornfeld Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project CopyHouses•Parral, Chile CopyAbout this officeIgnacio CorreaOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesParralChilePublished on November 15, 2017Cite: “Camilo House / Ignacio Correa” 15 Nov 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. 27 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 7 May 2010 | News Tagged with: Funding Ireland Northern Ireland Atlantic makes new round of grants in Northern Ireland Atlantic Philanthropies has announced a number of significant grants in Northern Ireland.Under its Children and Youth programme the Parents Advice Centre in Belfast has been awarded a grant of £1,141,047 over two years for an Advocacy and Parenting Teens Programme. The money will be used to provide support for PAC’s advocacy work by an increase in lobbying and campaigning and an education programme designed to increase parent awareness.Under the Reconciliation and Human Rights programme a second phase grant of £1,001,300 over three years has been awarded to Suffolk Lenadoon Interface Group to support peace building between Suffolk and Lenadoon communities.NEA Northern Ireland has received a three year grant of £ 411,000 for its ‘Warm, Healthy and Happy Campaign’. Given under the Ageing programme the grant will support a three-year advocacy campaign to ensure that the eradication of fuel poverty is a priority of government departments, political parties, and national and regional agencies in Northern Ireland.Atlantic make grants through our Ageing, Children & Youth, Population Health and Reconciliation & Human Rights Programmes. Atlantic also makes Founding Chairman grants. It is also active in Australia, Bermuda, Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, South Africa, the United States and Viet Nam. The foundation made more than $5 billion in grants as of the end of 2009.www.atlanticphilanthropies.org AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
Home Indiana Agriculture News NPPC Joins in Request for Delay of WOTUS Rule With the effective date of the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule set for Aug. 28, just 60 days after it was finalized, National Pork Producers Council has joined the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, the Public Lands Council, the United Egg Producers and the U.S. Poultry & Egg Association in calling on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to postpone implementation of the regulation. The WOTUS rule is supposed to clarify the agencies’ authority under the Clean Water Act over various waters. Currently, that jurisdiction – based on several U.S. Supreme Court decisions – includes “navigable” waters and waters with a significant hydrologic connection to navigable waters. The new regulation would broaden that to include, among other water bodies, upstream waters and intermittent and ephemeral streams such as the kind farmers use for drainage and irrigation.Source: NAFB News Service Facebook Twitter SHARE By Andy Eubank – Aug 3, 2015 NPPC Joins in Request for Delay of WOTUS Rule SHARE Facebook Twitter Previous articleCOOL: An Experiment that FailedNext articleLetter asks USDA for Disaster Declaration for Over Half of Indiana Counties Andy Eubank
Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday More Cool Stuff faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,PCC – EducationVirtual Schools PasadenaDarrell Done EducationHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Stephanie Berlanga, a Fusion Pasadena Education Specialist with ADHD. Photo by Fusion AcademyIt’s not easy being a kid, and it’s even harder being a parent. Which is why Fusion Academy tackles topics of interest to parents to help them understand and deal with the pains and issues of kids growing up.In the second leg of its popular Speaker Series, Fusion Academy looks to answer the question: Executive Functioning, or: Why can’t my kid find that homework?Featured speaker Stephanie Berlanga, a Fusion Pasadena Education Specialist with ADHD and executive functioning disorder, knows these problems all too well and brings special insight and creative solutions to the issues that many teens face.“The Speaker Series is something that we do to inform parents and give them some ideas, strategies and insight into their students, whether itâ€™s issues with learning, issues with stress,” says Berlanga, “itâ€™s an opportunity to give parents some support and also to introduce them to the Fusion campus.”Berlanga has “been working with students that have learning differences for about 10 years,” she says. Starting out with the reading program Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes, Berlanga soon became a summer tutor and substitute teacher. Though she was trying to start a career in acting and performing, Berlanga eventually realized that “working with students that have learning differences was something I was really good at.”Berlanga attributes her special talents to having a sibling “who is severely mentally and physically disabled. So it seemed like I have a natural skill in working with students that needed more support,” she says.Having teaching credentials as a special education teacher helps too.For the Speaker Series, Berlanga will be talking about Executive Functioning Disorder. “Executive Functioning is our ability to plan, organize, prioritize, to sequence things step by step. I myself have a diagnosis of Attention Deficit Disorder and Executive Functioning Disorder which means things are generally more difficult for me to organize, prioritize, sequence. Itâ€™s kind of like the absent-minded professor,” Berlanga explains.But just because someone is diagnosed with executive functioning disorder, it does not mean that person isn’t intelligent. “Iâ€™m a bright person. Iâ€™m very knowledgeable. Iâ€™m educated, but for the life of me, I will lose my car keys 15 times a day,” says Berlanga.To further explain the condition, Berlanga continues, “Somebody that has an Executive Functioning Disorder generally has a tough time saying, ‘Well, Iâ€™m at work but my priority right now is to pay my electric bill because itâ€™s going to get shut off.’ So itâ€™s learning how to keep those things separate and balanced. It takes some skills and some strategies to manage life in school and learning if you have difficulty with Executive Functioning.”Attending the talk is not limited to parents of kids, or students, with Executive Functioning Disorder though, Berlanga says, “a student doesnâ€™t necessarily have to have an Executive Functioning Disorder to benefit from strategies of organization. Itâ€™s something that we can all benefit from. So itâ€™s geared to parents [with a child or] student that has a learning disability, a learning difference, anybody can benefit from learning how to color code their notebook.”Fusion Academy’s Open House and Speaker Series will be held on Tuesday, August 20 at Fusion Academy Pasadena, 825 Colorado Blvd., Suite 118, from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm. 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