Karen Lynch is a Former SFPD Homicide detective who was one of the first female detectives in San Francisco. Now a retired homicide inspector, she has published a memoir called Good Cop, Bad Daughter about how being raised by a mentally ill mother prepared her for the police force and all of the complicated investigations of which she was a part.
Guest: Connect with Karen Lynch on Facebook and read her book Good Cop, Bad Daughter: Memoirs of an Unlikely Police Officer.
Judy Melinek is a Harvard graduate and trained at UCLA in medicine and pathology, graduating in 1996. Her work at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in New York is the subject of her memoir, Working Stiff, which she co-wrote with her husband, TJ Mitchell.
Currently Judy is CEO of PathologyExpert Inc., and works as a forensic pathologist in Oakland. She also travels nationally and internationally to lecture on anatomic and forensic pathology and she has been consulted as a forensic expert in many high-profile legal cases, as well as for the television shows E.R. and Myth busters.
T.J worked in the film industry before becoming a full-time stay-at-home dad and screenplay consultant in 2000. He and Judy are currently collaborating on First Cut, the debut novel in a medical examiner detective-fiction series, while raising their three children in San Francisco.
Guest: Connect T.J. and Judy by going to PathologyExpert.com, check out their book Working Stiff, connect with them on Facebook and Working Stiff Facebook Page, Twitter @drjudymelinek and Twitter @TJMitchellWS.
Justin Kreibich is an amateur golfer who signed up to play in the North Korean Open in 2014 just to see if he could. There were only 20 players in the field and it was just 1 round. On the 18th tee he was in second place, but the realization of the consequences got in his head. He’s never shared this story with anyone outside of his friends and family…until now.
Connect to Justin Kreibich by listening to the podcast and reach out to him directly.
In my first solocast, I reflect on how I got to 100 and the previous 99 podcasts. With no plan of what I was going to discuss the podcast quickly goes into my philosophy on life, the universe and why optimism should reign. It essentially became a manifesto for my own spun logic. Thank you for everyone that has helped or listened to the podcast. I genuinely appreciate your support.
Christmas Abbott is an absolute badass; she has been a NASCAR Pit Crew Member, CrossFit Games Competitor, Weightlifting Competitor, and the best selling author of "Badass Body Diet". She is not your average fitness enthusiast she has trekked through dark paths to find her biggest light, living a life worth living and inspiring others to find their light. Through struggle she found fitness and a new spirit that she came to be known as a true Badass. In this podcast we discuss depression, her years in Iraq, vulnerability and the strength of uniqueness.
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