Honeybee Connection Podcast by MB

How Come You Don't Look Like Grandpa? with Lisa McGuire

April 06, 2021
Honeybee Connection Podcast by MB
How Come You Don't Look Like Grandpa? with Lisa McGuire
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Honeybee Connection Podcast by MB
How Come You Don't Look Like Grandpa? with Lisa McGuire
Apr 06, 2021

In this episode of HBC podcast by MB, I talk with childhood friend Lisa McGuire. I met her in 7th grade and remember having the most fun ever at her bat mitzvah! Like my previous guests, Lisa has shares with me the intimate stories that made her who she is today, a woman who has a strong sense of self. Lisa was born in Seoul, Korea, adopted at 4 months old, and raised by a White Jewish couple from Maryland. In this episode, we learn about Lisa's upbringing of growing up in a home with parents and sisters who did not look like her, the role that her Asian identity played in her life as a child, and the role that culture plays in her life today as a professional, a mother, and a wife.   

Lisa McGuire

Lisa McGuire, MBA is a Lung Nodule Program Coordinator for HCA Healthcare in Ocala, FL, working to identify potential lung cancers in its earliest stages to ultimately improve overall patient outcomes.  She has multiple research abstracts that have been published in the Journal of Oncology Navigation & Survivorship, and presented at the National Lung Cancer Round Table Annual Conference in December 2020.  She is passionate about screening and early intervention for lung cancer, and removing barriers to care for patients in remote and rural areas to get the healthcare they need.

Lisa resides in Ocala, FL with her husband (Chris) and two sons (Jack and Brady).  She enjoys reading, travel and spending time with friends.

Music for this episode is Like Honey by Dr. Delight provided by soundstripe.com.

Cover artwork and design by Katrina Langland and Eloise Stewart.

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Here are some interesting and fun resources to check out that highlight cultural sensitivity.

Cultural Sensitivity Training from NYC

One perspective on cultural competence

Article on Culturally Responsive Teaching

DON'T FORGET TO...

Join the HoneyBee Connection Facebook page for more information and news about language, culture, and communication.

Download free resources about language and culture or the eBook on classroom communication strategies on my website.

...when you work with people... Language matters. Culture counts. 

Thank you for listening!

~MB

Show Notes

In this episode of HBC podcast by MB, I talk with childhood friend Lisa McGuire. I met her in 7th grade and remember having the most fun ever at her bat mitzvah! Like my previous guests, Lisa has shares with me the intimate stories that made her who she is today, a woman who has a strong sense of self. Lisa was born in Seoul, Korea, adopted at 4 months old, and raised by a White Jewish couple from Maryland. In this episode, we learn about Lisa's upbringing of growing up in a home with parents and sisters who did not look like her, the role that her Asian identity played in her life as a child, and the role that culture plays in her life today as a professional, a mother, and a wife.   

Lisa McGuire

Lisa McGuire, MBA is a Lung Nodule Program Coordinator for HCA Healthcare in Ocala, FL, working to identify potential lung cancers in its earliest stages to ultimately improve overall patient outcomes.  She has multiple research abstracts that have been published in the Journal of Oncology Navigation & Survivorship, and presented at the National Lung Cancer Round Table Annual Conference in December 2020.  She is passionate about screening and early intervention for lung cancer, and removing barriers to care for patients in remote and rural areas to get the healthcare they need.

Lisa resides in Ocala, FL with her husband (Chris) and two sons (Jack and Brady).  She enjoys reading, travel and spending time with friends.

Music for this episode is Like Honey by Dr. Delight provided by soundstripe.com.

Cover artwork and design by Katrina Langland and Eloise Stewart.

***************************
Here are some interesting and fun resources to check out that highlight cultural sensitivity.

Cultural Sensitivity Training from NYC

One perspective on cultural competence

Article on Culturally Responsive Teaching

DON'T FORGET TO...

Join the HoneyBee Connection Facebook page for more information and news about language, culture, and communication.

Download free resources about language and culture or the eBook on classroom communication strategies on my website.

...when you work with people... Language matters. Culture counts. 

Thank you for listening!

~MB