Category - Video Talks

A Service of Prayer and Witness Against Anti-Asian Violence

The past year has seen a deeply troubling rise in violence and hatred directed towards Asians and Asian-Americans. On March 23, the Cathedral and Diocesan community gathered on our front steps for a service honoring the victims and survivors of anti-Asian violence, recommitting ourselves to equity and denouncing racism in all its forms. For more services and programs from the Cathedral, join us>>>

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Building Your Financial Confidence

Myah Moore Irick (MA ’06) and TC Trustee Charles Desmond have an interactive discussion on owning your wealth journey and building financial confidence. Myah shared financial tips and strategies on how to plan for life’s unexpected adventures, while staying focused on your long term goals and your personal values. She also shared her own experiences with striving to do well while also doing>>>

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Hand Lettering Workshop

Explore your creativity in this Hand Lettering Basics class! Lettering Artist Danielle Rothman (M.A. ’12) will teach you all about different lettering styles, how to put together interesting layouts and combinations, and how to use inspiration to create something entirely unique. In this workshop you will: – Be introduced to hand lettering – Practice creating serif, sans serif>>>

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Women Rising: Advancement in the Workplace

Did you know there are fewer women managing S&P 1500 companies than men named John? Even though we have seen improvements in the women’s equality movement, we have a long way to go to close the global gender gap. In this Alumni Career Development Webinar, Kelly Ceynowa (M.A. ’13) will provide a clear perspective on the current landscape of women’s leadership in the workplace. She will teach>>>

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Elevating Your Home for Virtual Learning this Fall

As we head back to school this fall (in person and/or virtually), it is time to revisit children’s study spaces and routines. With purposeful intention, parents and guardians can create optimal learning spaces that inspire creativity and fun. Whether you’re in tight quarters or have room to spare, this lunch and learn hour with Karen Aronian (Ed.D ’15) will give you actionable ideas, resources>>>

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Activating Inclusive Leadership: A Roadmap

Inclusive Leadership is a critical skill integral to creating workplaces that are equitable and fostering a culture of belonging. But, what does it mean to lead inclusively? In this webinar, Lois Jeffers (M.A. ’13) will present the key traits of inclusive leaders, the roadblocks to leading inclusively, and illustrate how to develop your personal roadmap to activating inclusive leadership in>>>

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Music & Arts Maker Session

Shake out your wiggles and get crafty at NOISE212 Labs’ Music and Arts Maker Session with TC alumna Jamie Solis (M.A. ’18) on Zoom. We’ll get inspired by the music as we explore different genres while making funky instruments using regular household materials. Move with the sound, feel the rhythm of the song, and add your own beat as we play live together with friends. This>>>

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Meditation | The Journey from Movement to Stillness of the Mind

The state of the world may appear to be spiraling right before our eyes. As a result, finding reasoning and moments to catch our breath are extremely challenging. It is times like these that meditation and mindfulness can be adapted into our lives to help alleviate the pattern of swirling thoughts. This session presented by Jhon Velasco (M.A. ’05), will focus on learning about the basic>>>

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Stress Management: Create a Practice that Works for YOU

The past few months have been new territory for all of us. We are navigating how to work from home, manage/lead teams in a remote environment, care for our families, and stay connected to our communities. Many times we forget that we need to take care of ourselves first in order to do all those other things successfully. In this seminar, TC alumna, Stephanie Simpson (M.A. ’19) will discuss>>>

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Origami Butterfly Workshop

Learn to make an origami butterfly with alumna Jenny W. Chan from Origami Tree. Jenny will be providing easy to follow, step-by-step instructions for this traditional origami model. Please prepare 1 square sheet of paper (6″ x 6″ recommended), and optional coloring pencils, crayons, or markers to decorate–and if you’re brave, some glitter! You may also attend with a letter sized>>>

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Care Beyond Borders – June 12, 2019

Conflict, climate change, and natural disasters have displaced an unprecedented number of people in recent years. Many of these people are women of reproductive age, one in five of whom is likely to be pregnant. In Latin America and the Caribbean, mass migration out of Venezuela and displacement of Puerto Ricans impacted by Hurricane Maria have left women and girls bearing the brunt of the>>>

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Close Conversations: Incarceration in America

On April 2, 2019, Elizabeth Howard was joined in conversation with Robert Pollock, editor of The Named and The Nameless, 2018 PEN Prison Writing Awards Anthology; Samuel Cabassa, Certified Recovery Peer Advocate; and Lanetta Hill, a supervisor for Services for the Underserved to discuss how it feels to be incarcerated in an American prison and how difficult it is to transition into society. Video>>>

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Faith in America: Society’s Hidden Psychological Forces

Moderated by:
Frances Unsell, Founder & President, The Development Center and Union ’78

Panelists include:
Alex Patchin McNeill, Executive Director, More Light Presbyterians
Amy B. Gregory, Pastor, First United Methodist Church (Greene, NY) and Union ‘96
Mary McRae, Author, Group Relations Consultant and Associate Professor, New York University Department of Applied Psychology

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