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Open, honest and transparent discussions about Governance in the UK Education Sector (incl. International British Schools). This podcast is hosted by school governors, for school governors - whether you are new, experienced or the future - sharing and providing insight into the realities of sitting around the table and leaning in. Find us @thegovernorspodcast on social media
 
Since his final state appeal at the end of last season, a stellar team of attorneys has assembled around Jarvis Masters, pledging to represent his death penalty case at the federal level. We will follow his riveting case and meet some of those experts as they work to help Jarvis find freedom after over forty years of incarceration. And we will dig deeper into facets of Jarvis’s life as well as the deeply flawed criminal justice system. If you’d like to support Jarvis Masters’s cause, please ...
 
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In this November 18, 2021 episode of Let Me Speak to the Governor host Maria Shilaos is joined by Governor Spencer Cox to answer live calls and texts from Utah residents. With Coronavirus Vaccine boosters opening up statewide for all adults tomorrow, Governor Cox tackles Utah’s continuing response to the pandemic. Listeners ask questions from socia…
 
For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; What Is The True Purpose of a Vice Chair? - Attendance and Apologies In Relation To Chairs Managing Limiting Beliefs Around Self-Nominations and The ‘Courteous’ Process for Nominating Someone Else - Is Change Needed? Do You Have The Confidence To Nominate Someone? The Relationship Between the Ch…
 
For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; Considering The Mobility (of lack thereof) of Chairs, ie. Assumed and or Automatic Re-elections How The Chair and Vice Chair Duo Can Be Developed For Succession Planning The Characteristics and Personalities of Chairs - Is There A Specific / Desirable Profile? Chairs Lead The Board (Strategic Bo…
 
For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; Understanding the Clerk’s Role and Responsibilities Clerking Is So Much More Than Minute-Taking For Meetings - But Minutes Are Still Very Important, So Please Read Them and Feedback! Developing Professional Relationships Between The Individuals In Governance Spaces Being The Nucleus - The Truth …
 
For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; The Purpose of The Skills Audit - What Is It and What Does It Include? Does The Skills Audit Truly Reflect The Skills Around The Table? How To Make Our Use of the Skills Audit More Useful - Is Training Required For It? The Limitations of the Skills Audit - Who and What Does It Exclude? Using Cas…
 
For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; Are Governor Visits Mandatory? How To Record and Report On Visits At Meetings Creating A Strategic Plan / Schedule, Involving All Governors and Why That Could Help Everyone Knowing What Governor Visits Entail and What The Expectations Are - You’re Not Ofsted, So You’re Not There To Inspect Examp…
 
To kickstart Season 2 (and the academic year 2021 / 22) in today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; The Annual Mammoth Task of Coordinating and Completing Paperwork (from Declarations of Interests to Related Party Transaction Forms, DBS checks included?) What Do You Actually Declare On The Forms? Why Is It Important? Examples of Platforms …
 
Jarvis is taking your calls and answering your questions! Please call and leave him a message at 201-903-3575 or send an email to AskJarvisMasters@Gmail.com In addition, Jarvis’s lead attorney and partner at Kirkland & Ellis, Michael Williams, joins us to give the latest updates on Jarvis’s federal appeals process. If you’d like to support Jarvis M…
 
Recently, the Awake Network and Shambhala Publications hosted a free online event, “The Black and Buddhist Summit,” that attracted over 10 thousand participants. We share Jarvis’s fireside chat, talking about race, transformation and the experience of being Black while Buddhist on death row. We also meet, Pamela Ayo Yetunde, author of Black and Bud…
 
Maurice Chammah, a staff writer at the Marshall Project, shares the good news of his latest book, LET THE LORD SORT THEM; THE RISE AND FALL OF THE DEATH PENALTY. About the book, Publishers weekly wrote, “A nuanced and deeply reported account of evolving attitudes toward the death penalty in America… a thorough, finely written, and unflinching look …
 
The practice of ‘solitary confinement’ goes by many names, including, disciplinary confinement, security housing, and restricted housing… All are euphemisms to soften the harsh and torturous reality of solitary… Jarvis shares how he was able to survive for 22 years locked away in a 9x4 cell 23-24 hours a day! We’ll also hear from the co-founder of …
 
For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; Understanding Your Target Audience and Choosing The Right Platform To Connect Our Community of Listeners Out There - We Wanted To Acknowledge You and Thank You! Any Favourite Episodes Or Moments? What Have We Learned From This Season? Plans For The Future (ie. Upcoming Seasons Of The Show - What…
 
Craig Haney, who represented Jarvis Masters at his capital trial, is a social psychologist and a professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz, renown for is work on the front lines of the criminal justice system. Professor Haney explains why, ‘Jarvis’s case continues to haunt him to this day.’ Professor Haney’s groundbreaking book is, CRIM…
 
There is an adage made popular in 1954 by President Eisenhower, that there are “no atheists in a fox hole.” The idea behind the phrase is that anyone who finds themselves in position of extreme stress, where death is all but imminent, he or she will seek comfort of a higher power. Meet the Buddhist Chaplain who was instrumental in nurturing and rei…
 
When Jarvis Masters first entered the walls of San Quentin State Prison four decades ago, he was by his own admission angry and bitter, filled with vitriol pent up from a lifetime of abuse, neglect, and hopelessness. Were it not for the foresight and compassion of a singular woman at a very pivotal time in his life, Jarvis admits he would have like…
 
For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; Writing, Updating and Approving Policies - Which Ones Are Statutory? (See Department for Education website) What Is The Cycle or Schedule for Review and Ratification? Who Has Designated Responsibility / Oversight? Challenge, Congratulate and Influence Change From The Top-Down: How To Approach an…
 
We find out why Jarvis Masters agreed to give permission and unfettered access to his story to the perfect stranger, resulting in a stunning and deeply moving biography about change and redemption. THE BUDDHIST ON DEATH ROW by David Sheff. If you’d like to support Jarvis Masters’s cause, please considering signing a petition on his behalf at www.fr…
 
For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; What Is Training and Our Relationship With It? incl. Habits, Confessions, Sharing Best Practice and Strategies Styles Of Delivery Affect The Learning Process - How Engaging Is The Training? Ensure Relevance, and Measure The Impact of Training (Feedback/Feedforward Opportunities) Timescales - Tra…
 
David Sheff, author of THE BUDDHIST ON DEATH ROW; HOW ONE MAN FOUND LIGHT IN THE DARKEST PLACE, shares the story behind the story of Jarvis Masters and how the two of them forged a lasting friendship. Of David’s biography, His Holiness, The Dalai Lama writes, “This book shows vividly how, even in the face of the greatest adversity, compassion and a…
 
In this June 17, 2021 episode of Let Me Speak to the Governor host Maria Shilaos is joined by Governor Spencer Cox to answer live calls and texts from Utah residents. On many callers' minds this month is concerns regarding the Beehive State’s longstanding drought and what can be done to prevent damage and protect people from the dangers of our dry …
 
He’s filed for appeal in the federal courts. What does that mean for Jarvis and the next steps in his pursuit to find justice? Hear from the experts and learn what awaits him on the horizon. Jarvis has requested that we dedicate this season of “Dear Governor,” to the late Michael Satris, who devoted his life to criminal justice reform and sat as se…
 
For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; How Do You View And Rate “Being A School Governor”? The Visibility of School Governance - Let’s Talk About Governance More and Make It Attractive (Goal: Oversubscription) How Effective Is Your Communication, About Governance, With The Changing Generations In The School Community and Wider Societ…
 
Since his final state appeal at the end of last season, a stellar team of attorneys has assembled around Jarvis Masters, pledging to represent his death penalty case at federal level. We will follow his riveting case and meet some of those experts as they work to help Jarvis find freedom after over forty years of incarceration. And we will dig deep…
 
For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; The Importance Of Planning Your Exit Before You Enter The Space Be Careful With Becoming Too Comfortable / Complacent How Long Is Too Long As A School Governor In The Same School? Succession Planning Starts With The Number of Terms of Office (or Years) A Governor Intends To Serve A School / Acad…
 
In this May 2021 episode, Let Me Speak to the Governor host Maria Shilaos is joined by Governor Spencer Cox to answer live calls and texts from Utah residents. They cover topics from tackling education as the coronavirus pandemic wanes, repealing motorcycle laws, and even a teenager looking at how to get involved in local government. (There were so…
 
For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; Meetings Are Not Social Gatherings And Governor Visits Are To Be Considered Separately Challenging The Language “When We Go Back To (Normal)…” The Realties and Practicalities Of Face-to-Face (F2F) Meetings vs. Virtual Meetings That Are Not Being Talked About Enough - Have You Consulted Your Gove…
 
For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; Zoom, Microsoft Teams or Google Meets - What Say You? Virtual Meeting Etiquette - Please Mute Your Mic and Cut Your Camera, As Appropriate! Calendar Invites - Is This A “Do” or “Don’t” ?! Which Governor Platforms Do You Use and What Features Do You Like incl. Annotations and Electronic Voting? (…
 
For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; Printed Papers vs. Electronic Papers Warning New Governors About The Length of Papers During The Induction Process Tips for Clerks / Governance Professionals and Contributors To The Papers Letting The Agenda Be Your Guide - Note Items For Discussion, Decision or Information Consideration, Effici…
 
For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; Contrast of Settings, Spectrum of Characters Keeping Governance Interesting For You You Are Choosing The School, As Much As It Is Choosing You Where Should You Be A School Governor (Next)? Widening Your Exposure and Scope We appreciate you listening to this episode. Please rate, review and subsc…
 
In this April 2021 episode, Let Me Speak to the Governor host Maria Shilaos is joined by Governor Spencer Cox to answer live calls and texts from Utah residents. They cover topics from drought protecting urban design to Utah's Covid response, state stimulus spending, and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; Knowing The Different Categories of Governors: Maintained Schools vs. Academies Campaigning For Teachers / Support Staff Who Aspire To Leadership To Become Governors In Other Schools Being a Parent Governor Who Appoints Governors, particularly in Multi-Academy Trusts (MATs)? Vacancies and Electi…
 
For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; Patterns in Governors’ Attendance When Someone Is Present but Absent At The Same Time Accepting Apologies vs. Noting Apologies Best Practice for Apologies and Good Governance In General Is Being A Governor All About ‘Status’ For Some People? We appreciate you listening to this episode. Please ra…
 
In this March 2021 episode, Let Me Speak to the Governor host Mara Shilaos is joined by Governor, Spencer Cox to answer live calls and texts from Utah residents. They cover topics from when adults can get their coronavirus vaccinations to the governor's opinion on rural development. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; Governor Recruitment - The Struggle Is Real The No. of Meetings and Everything Else - There’s More To It Than The Meetings Consider the Clerk’s Contributions and Coordination Too! Focussing On The Time vs. Focussing On Your “Why” The Time of Meetings Affects Different Stakeholders Differently We…
 
For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; Knowing What to, When to, How to Ask Questions and To Whom How To Prepare Questions In Advance Exercising The Responsibility of Accountability and Remaining Strategic Clarifying All/Any Abbreviations How Questions May Vary From One Meeting To The Next (Autumn vs. Spring Term, Committee vs. Local…
 
In his first Let Me Speak to the Governor as Utah’s Governor, Spencer Cox joins host Mara Shilaos to answer live calls and texts from Utah residents. From questions regarding the Beehive State’s coronavirus pandemic response to educational funding and infrastructure concerns, he fields a variety of questions from listeners across this beautiful sta…
 
For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; What It Really Means To Be "The Only One In The Room" How To Embrace Standing Out and Take Responsibility Recognising The Makeup Of The Governing Body/Board and Knowing What Makes You 'The Only One' (ie. new vs. experienced governors, age, specialisms, race, gender, etc.) Ways To Navigate The Sp…
 
In an extended special edition of Let Me Speak to the Governor, Governor Gary Herbert joins Doug Wright to answer live calls and texts from Utah residents for the last time. The episode launches with an interview by Deseret News' opinion editor and KSL Newsradio host Boyd Matheson on Inside Sources, where the governor is asked the host’s favorite q…
 
Due to the coronavirus, all phone communications in and out of San Quentin have been cut off. Like a wildfire, covid-19 has devastated the prison. The last we heard from Jarvis Masters he had been ravaged by the virus. It is unconscionable that family members and friends have no idea how their loved ones are faring on the inside. Dear Governor News…
 
This verdict is in. And despite all of the compelling new evidence that bolsters Jarvis’s innocence, the California Supreme Court chose confirm his death sentence. You will hear Jarvis’s reaction to the courts decision, and what this means for the future of his life. The vast majority of the legal insights into Jarvis’s substantial claims of innoce…
 
Jarvis was charged with the conspiracy to commit murder back in 1985, and was sentenced to death in June of 1990. Find out why Jarvis, who never stabbed the corrections officer was sentenced to death, while two others involved in the murder, for whom there was much more damning evidence, were sentenced to life without parole. Hear about his case, a…
 
In this episode we will hear details of the bloody murder of a corrections officer, the crime that landed Jarvis Masters on death row. You will hear Jarvis’s recollections of that fated night, along with the memories of the Head Warden who was in charge, and one of the attorneys that represented Jarvis at the murder trial in the late 1980’s. You wi…
 
For obvious reasons, Jarvis has a very personal take on the morality and ethics of capital punishment. Having been an inmate at San Quentin for 40 years, he has personally known men who have been executed. He has counseled fellow inmates who suffer from great depression, as they face their own mortality daily. And, he believes that if people on the…
 
To share in the sorrow, and join in solidarity with the families of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Brianna Taylor, and so many more families of color who have lost loved ones for absolutely no reason; to show respect to the hundreds of thousands of courageous individuals across the country protesting the injustice and brutality; and to use our voices…
 
The juvenile justice system taught Jarvis how to fight, and while still a boy, defined for him what it meant to be a man, fierce, angry and proud. There were times when he tried to rise above and escape the cradle to prison pipeline, but the gravitational pull was too strong to resist. Excerpting sections of his memoir, “That Bird Has My Wings: The…
 
Though only 6.5 percent of Californians are black, African Americans make up 29 percent of the prison population and 36 percent of those condemned to death. Jarvis was born into poverty and abuse so extreme, he shot past the “cradle to prison pipeline,” straight to the “cradle to death row pipeline.” Enlil McRae, from the Truthworker Theatre Compan…
 
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