The evrē Podcast

Coming March 31st

The evrē Podcast

Coming March 31st

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Checkout the latest episodes for The evre Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google, and Spotify! 

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Hosted by

Gloria Neal

Having served as a TV news anchor, reporter, radio talk show host, columnist and, now, Director of Public Affairs in Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock’s administration, Gloria Neal’s versatile career has made her a sought-after talent for speaking engagements across the nation.

With more than 30 years of combined experience working with public- and private-sector entities, Gloria brings her passion for understanding challenging, complex issues and problem-solving to everything she touches. Her drive has ensured her success in both traditional and non-traditional environments.

Gloria is a strong believer in community involvement. She has served philanthropic and community-driven causes not only in Denver, but in cities across the country. She currently sits on the board of the American Red Cross-Denver/Wyoming Chapter and Warren Village nonprofit organization, and on the advisory board of Delta Dental of Colorado, and serves as an advisor and mentor for numerous other organizations.  Gloria is also a past board member of the Metro Denver Leadership Foundation and the past president of the Colorado Association of Black Journalists (CABJ). She was a member of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women of Metro Atlanta and an honorary member of the Atlanta Business League—one of the oldest black business organizations in the nation.

Episodes List

Episode 1 - Sleep Well

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Episode 2 - Slow Down You're Moving Too Fast

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Episode 3 - Strength in Numbers

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Podcast Guests

Dr. Katherine Green: Sleep Well

If anyone knows how to get a good night’s sleep, it’s Dr. Katherine Green. Not only is she Medical Director of the Sleep Center at University of Colorado Hospital, she is also a professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.

She is one of very few otolaryngologists (ear, nose and throat specialists) in the country who have gone through formal fellowship training in both sleep medicine and sleep surgery, and she was the first surgeon in Denver to offer Inspire therapy—an alternative to the traditional CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machine and the newest FDA-approved device for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) being offered by a select group of surgeons around the country.

Dr. Green is passionate about treating sleep disorders and educating patients about the role that sleep plays as a foundation for wellness, quality of life and good health. When she’s not working (or sleeping), Dr. Green enjoys spending time with her husband and 7- and 3-year-old daughters. Most of her time outside of work these days is spent at home playing pretend or doing puzzles and crafts with her kids, but hobbies also include travel, fine food, wine and beer, and reading.

Dr. Kristin Orlowski: Slow Down You’re Moving Too Fast

 

Dr. Kristin Orlowski is a licensed psychologist at UCHealth Family Medicine in Littleton. She works in Integrated Primary Care providing collaborative, team-based care and a “whole health” approach. This means she is able to work directly with primary care doctors to ensure her patients are both assessed and treated from an emotional, psychological, physical and environmental perspective. Dr. Orlowski is also a strong proponent of mindfulness for helping her patients, specifically in its’ ability to reduce stress and anxiety.
Dr. Orlowski also works with community advocacy groups like the Colorado Psychological Association, where she leads the effort in developing plans for diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives.
When she is not at work, Dr. Orlowski enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters. She tries to maintain balance in her life by engaging in hobbies like exercise, enjoying the outdoors and traveling.

Dr. Carrie Landin, Psy.D: Strength in Numbers

Taking a holistic approach to mental health is Dr. Carrie Landin’s specialty. As an Integrative Medicine psychologist, Dr. Landin strives to help her patients achieve their best mental health through mind-body therapy. Unlike regular therapy, this approach looks at a wide range of issues that affect a person’s health, including the physical, emotional, social and environmental factors that contribute to well-being.

She starts by using cognitive behavioral and relational techniques to help her patients. She then also works with people to change their lifestyle by, for example, helping them implement regular exercise routines, improving their diet, advising on relationship dynamics, adhering to health care plans and engaging in self-care.

She has been at the UCHealth Integrative Medicine Center in Denver for 11 years and loves her work. When not working, Dr. Landin loves spending time with her husband, two children, friends and family and 82-pound golden retriever, Reggie. She also enjoys running, yoga and producing her podcast about influential women in history.

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