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Brooke and Andy talk to Andy's idol... If you know anything at all about Andy, you know that he's a huge fan of two people, Elton John and Metal God, Rob Halford. Well...Brooke got to make his dream of talking to one of them come true. They have a new book out about their early years in the biz (fun fact: they both have books about their early years). Can you guess which one it is before you listen?
07. Pete Pete Podcast with Andy Brook (Record Producer & Owner of The Brook cafe/music venue) Andy Brook: Wallington-based record producer and owner of The Brook cafe. In this episode Andy talks about the Brook's plant-based food offering and we discuss a shared passion for music.The Pete Pete Podcast, the only podcast that puts the incredible London Borough of Sutton in the spotlight. I’ll be speaking with some of the most influential members of our local community aiming to inspire listeners to dream big and feel connected to the local community.
010 - A fresh look at gender identity w/Madi Brooks, Andy Grossmeyer & Amy McDonald With the Great Lakes Bay Pride Month in June, we will be speaking with three guests on the topic of LGBTQ+ youth. We want to encourage support for Pride Month. You can learn more at greatlakesbaypride.org. Today, our guests are Andy Grossmeyer and Madi Brooks who are a couple and Amy McDonald who is a therapist with expertise in support for LGBTQ+ youth.

Andy Grossmeyer is a non-binary, transgender, and pansexual individual who uses he/him and they/them pronouns. He recently graduated from SVSU with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with minors in Gender Studies and Psychology. In the future, they plan to get their Master of Social Work to further learn about and help LGBTQ+ individuals. In his free time, he enjoys reading, watching cartoons, and hanging out with his cat, Beans.

Madi Brooks is a non-binary and pansexual individual who uses they/them pronouns. They are planning to finish their Bachelor’s degree in Business Management at SVSU. While still trying to figure out what to do in the future, they are working as a florist designer at a small business in Midland. They have always been passionate about the LGBTQ+ community, and will be pursuing that passion in the future.

Amy McDonald is one of two American Association of Sex Education Counselors and Therapists certified in the Great Lakes Bay, Michigan region. She is currently the Counseling Services Director at The Shelterhouse of Midland. Amy is also working at Connections for Mental Health as an outpatient therapist.
As a therapist employed by Family & Children’s Services, she developed and ran two LGBTQ+ psycho-educational support groups for teens and adults and provided counseling for individuals and their partners. She was instrumental in the formation and development of Gay-Straight Alliance student groups at high schools in Midland County.

After spending a career in advocating for victims of abuse, Amy strongly believes that openly discussing sexual health will lead to stronger relationships while mitigating sexual abuse and trauma.

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Someone You Should Know hosted by Stuart Sax and Guest Andy Brooks Today's guest is Andy Brooks. He has a passion for helping people whether it be saving, investing or medical planning. You're gunna love this guy! Visit his website at http://investmentservicescenter.com/
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Sea Level Rise with Dr Andy Brooks TEDxSantaBarbara Salon and Adventure In a year marking the 10th anniversary of TEDxSantaBarbara, the conference is looking to honor another significant marker in our community – the 50th anniversary of the modern environmental movement. Santa Barbara is the birthplace of world change, including the concept of Earth Day that began in 1970. In honor of this movement, we are making a focused effort to lift up current environmental issues and climate activism and provide more opportunities to meet with experts to start conversations that will lead to local action.

In this episode of Behind the Scenes, TEDxSantaBarbara Executive Producer Mark Sylvester talks Dr. Andy Brooks of the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management and UC Natural Reserve System at UC Santa Barbara. They talk about the upcoming March TEDxSantaBarbaraSalon Sea Level Rising: The Local Socio-Economic Impacts and the April TEDxSantaBarbaraAdventure at the Carpinteria Salt March, part of the UC Natural Reserve System.

Both events will have several world-class experts to answer questions and guide the conversations. The first two events are the result of a partnership with the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management and UC Natural Reserve System at UC Santa Barbara to bring relevant local research topics to the TEDxSantaBarbara community. The Bren School’s mission is to solve environmental problems and train the next generation of environmental leaders. Learn more at https://bren.ucsb.edu. UCSB’s seven Natural Reserves are living laboratories for scientific research, education, and public outreach. Learn more at https://nrs.ucsb.edu. The first two events are thematically paired to look at the issue of sea level rising from several points of view.

Tickets for the Salon and Adventure are at https://TEDxSantaBarbara.com
COVID 19 and Heavy metal with Andy Brooks Guitarist extraordinaire of The Wreckoning Join us on this episode of The HumanRacist for the ramblings of Andy Brooks Guitar virtuoso of the Atlanta based metal band The Wreckoning. It is sure to be a blast Andy is out spoken and unapologetic about his opinions so grab ahold and hang on

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Collecting Data From Above with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency's Dr. Andy Brooks As far back as WWI, geospatial technology and imagery have been used for the purposes of national defense. Today, that tech and its uses are evolving in new and fascinating ways. Hear from the Chief Data Scientist at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Dr. Andrew Brooks. -- This program is produced by Mission.org and brought to you by Splunk, the Data-to-Everything Platform. Splunk helps organizations worldwide turn data into doing.  With solutions for IT, security, IoT and business operations, Splunk empowers people to make faster, better decisions and take action to get things done. Learn more at splunk.com. -- For full show notes and more, go to mission.org/hidden.
Collecting Data From Above with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency's Dr. Andy Brooks As far back as WWI, geospatial technology and imagery have been used for the purposes of national defense. Today, that tech and its uses are evolving in new and fascinating ways. Hear from the Chief Data Scientist at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Dr. Andrew Brooks. -- This program is produced by Mission.org and brought to you by Splunk, the Data-to-Everything Platform. Splunk helps organizations worldwide turn data into doing.  With solutions for IT, security, IoT and business operations, Splunk empowers people to make faster, better decisions and take action to get things done. Learn more at splunk.com. -- For full show notes and more, go to mission.org/hidden.
It’s Pretty Bad: Andy Brooks of RUCDR on Sample Quality The future of diagnostics is in the hands of those taking care of the biospecimen samples says, Andy Brooks our final guest in the series, Improving Biospecimen Standards. Andy is the Chief Operating Officer at Rutgers University Cell and DNA Repository, or RUCDR.
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