Ep. 103: The Educator Side Hustle With Christina And Alexis

In this episode, I chat the educator side hustle with Fempower Beauty’s own Christina Basias and Alexis Androulakis. And of all days to record this on, it was recorded on International Women’s Day 2022! Both of these ladies are of Greek descent so what better meals to have than Greek food! This is a great conversation that will motivate any educator with a side hustle idea. Give this episode a listen and don’t forget to check out the Fempower Beauty product line below. Buen provecho!

Coverart photo taken by Lena Nicholson @lenanicholson

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About Christina Basias

Christina is an entrepreneur who cares about the intersection of entrepreneurship, technology, and education. Her charge is to ensure that today’s young people are prepared for jobs of the future as technology continues to shift culture. She has extensive experience in high school, college, and adult curriculum design and development. She is now at the forefront of the New York City Department of Education’s tech scene as an implementation manager, supporting schools with creative uses of technology adoption. Her passions were aligned in 2019 when she co-founded Fempower Beauty™, a queer-owned and female operated beauty brand rooted in her values with what became award-winning beauty products.

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About Alexis Androulakis

Alexis spent almost eight years on a sales floor meeting thousands of humans who would spend every second that she touched their faces looking in the mirror picking apart their looks. Alexis vowed that she would revolutionize the make-over experience. No one should look in the mirror and itemize their flaws like a to-do list. Alexis vows change the way we all perceive beauty, and to shift culture beyond the narrow beauty standards that exist.

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Ep. 115: Are Honors, Advanced Placement, And Dual Credit Classes Worth It? EdTech Bites Podcast

In this episode, I ask the question “Are Honors, Advanced Placement, and Dual Credit classes worth it?” This episode stems from years of conversations with friends, family, colleagues, and the observations I’ve made in the school system. Some might view this as a “coffee fueled rant” but it’s one that needs to be had and heard. Check it out for yourself and let me know what you think!   This episode is sponsored by Smore. Everyone struggles to keep families informed. That’s why Smore offers a one-stop-shop solution for school communications. Their easy-to-use online newsletter tool lets educators create interactive updates that parents actually read. Kickstart communication with templates made for schools. Use features like automatic translation to reach more families. Smore is built with education in mind, which is why it's trusted by educators in nearly every school district in the United States. Help busy parents stay connected to what’s going on. And don’t rely on a paper flyer to survive the trip home.    To learn more, visit http://www.smore.com/podcast?utm_source=edtechbites for an exclusive offer. Connect With Gabriel Carrillo EdTech Bites Website: https://edtechbites.com EdTech Bites Twitter: https://twitter.com/edtechbites EdTech Bites Instagram: https://instagram.com/edtechbites EdTech Bites Facebook Page: https://facebook.com/edtechbites EdTech Bites YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQCZcyW4BkCFQ5P2BLK61xg
  1. Ep. 115: Are Honors, Advanced Placement, And Dual Credit Classes Worth It?
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  3. Ep. 113: Is The Document Camera Officially Dead?
  4. Ep. 112: 2022-2023 Beginning Of The Year Keynote And Carbonara!
  5. Ep. 111: Shelly, Parent Communication Tips For Teachers, And Fruit Tarts

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