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. 177 | Lightspeed: The Impact of Classroom Acoustics with Ray Young EdTech Bites Podcast

In this episode, I give you the reasons I haven’t dropped an episode in a month. You’re going to want to hear why, trust me! I also delve into a critical yet often overlooked aspect of education: classroom acoustics. Join me as I chat with Ray Young from Lightspeed to explore the profound influence of acoustics on both teachers and students in the classroom. Discover how Lightspeed, a leading innovator in classroom audio solutions, is revolutionizing the educational experience. From enhancing teacher instruction to boosting student engagement, Ray reveals how the right acoustic environment can make all the difference in the classroom Buen provecho!   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 About Ray Young Ray Young is the Director of Education Design & Development at Lightspeed. A 100 percent employee-owned company, Lightspeed is on a mission to help every student hear every word.    Connect With Lightspeed Lightspeed Website: https://lightspeed-tek.com/ Lightspeed On LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/lightspeedtek/ Lightspeed On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@LightspeedCAT
  1. Ep. 177 | Lightspeed: The Impact of Classroom Acoustics with Ray Young
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  4. Ep. 174 | 2023-2024 BOY Keynote: Setting the Stage for a Successful School Year
  5. 173 | Unleashing STEM Creativity: Magicbits – The Key To Innovation w/ Ranjan de Costa And Migara Amithodhana

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