Monthly Archives: May 2017

Episode 35: How to Navigate the Worlds of Law and Medicine



Gina Campanella is the founder and principal of the Campanella Law Office in New Jersey. She’s had over a decade of experience as a practicing attorney, during which time she has served as in-house counsel for a state licensed ambulatory surgical center, an ambulatory care facility, and participated in private practice with one of New Jersey’s premiere healthcare law firms after transitioning from litigation practice.

Gina’s practice focuses on healthcare, regulatory, and transactional matters, and she also currently serves as Of Counsel to the Beinhaker Law Firm in Millburn, New Jersey. She was recognized by New Jersey Super Lawyers as a rising star in 2014, ’15, and ’17, and is recognized by Avvo as a Clients’ Choice Attorney in 2016 with an Avvo rating of 10 out of 10. Additionally, she earned her certification in HIPAA Administration in 2016.

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Friday Fables, Episode 3: What Happens When You’re Not Emotionally Ready to Retire?



Welcome to this week’s episode of Friday Fables. Today, Lynn tells us a short story about a woman who’s financially ready for retirement…and is still dragging her feet. Enjoy the listen!


Episode 34: How a Yale-Trained Physician Takes Things to the Next Level



Dr. Tay is a first-generation immigrant to a Malaysian-Chinese father who had his PhD in medicinal chemistry from the University of Michigan and was a research scientist for over 15 years at Bristol-Myers Squibb, and a Filipino mother who has her master’s in social work and specializes in Alzheimer’s and dementia care for the elderly. She was born in Michigan, but grew up in the suburbs outside of Syracuse, New York. She graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University with a bachelor’s degree in molecular biology. She also swam for the women’s varsity swim team all four years. She took a year off after college and worked in Singapore and traveled through southeast Asia before returning to Yale University School of Medicine where she completed her medical training.

She completed a pediatrics residency at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and a pediatric emergency medicine fellowship at the Children’s Hospital Boston. She returned to Philadelphia in 2012 to join the faculty at the Perelman School of Medicine as an assistant professor of clinical pediatrics, and an attending physician in the emergency department of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Her job combines teaching, mentoring and supervising medical students, residents and fellows at the patient’s bedside with taking direct care of children who come to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia seeking emergency care.

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Episode 33, Part 2: How Your Self-Worth Affects Your Bottom Line, with Kathy D’Agati and Ellen Harnett



 

In part 2 of a special two-part episode, Lynn sits down with Kathy D’Agati and Ellen Harnett, known as the Digestive Divas behind Back to Basic Wellness. This week, the focus turns to finances.

Kathy and Ellen specialize in helping clients identify energy-draining foods, and replacing them with delicious foods that give all day energy, clear focused thinking and sustainable weight loss.

What you’ll learn in this episode:

  • The surprising way entitlement can affect your financial health
  • How we as individuals threaten our own financial security
  • The detriments to settling for “just enough”
  • and more!

How to contact Kathy and Ellen:


Episode 33, Part 1: Health Begins In Your Gut, with Kathy D’Agati and Ellen Harnett



Kathy and Ellen specialize in helping clients identify energy-draining foods, and replacing them with delicious foods that give all day energy, clear focused thinking and sustainable weight loss.

What you’ll learn in this episode:

  • How what you put on your plate relates to chronic illnesses
  • When prescriptive medicines become self-perpetuating cycles
  • Why Kathy and Ellen believe that food is medicine
  • The benefits of an “elimination diet” and more!

How to contact Kathy and Ellen:

Join us next week for Part 2 of this special episode!