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The boys are joined by former Redskins Receiver Anthony Armstrong to hear about his Alumni weekend, status update on Sam Howell, and the lack of targets to the WRs. Then they're joined by Corey Sanchez to answer fan questions and give game predictions for Washington vs Philadelphia!!Support the show
Guests: Katie (Nicols) Ellis, ‘04 Alumni, and Alex (Paulette) Bellamy, ‘06 Alumni and PCA Director of Alumni Relations There are 27 Alumni families enrolled in PCA at the North and Plano campuses! These “Blue and Golds” families are parent(s) who are Alumni of PCA and have brought their children to PCA as students - which is so awesome! Katie (Nicols) Ellis has a daughter, Elizabeth, in Pre-K4 at the North Campus and Alex (Paulette) Bellamy has three children enrolled at the Plano Campus - Cade (6th), Stone (4th), and Blair (1st). PCA Alumni who are looking into enrolling their children at PCA, you need to know that there is an Alumni discount! Also, Alumni we'd love to reconnect with you at some upcoming events: Homecoming - North campus (Oct. 6th) and Plano campus (Oct. 20th) there will be various activities and festivities at each campus to welcome back our alumni! The Plano campus will also feature the Alumni Art Show. Let us know if you are coming and if want to walk with alumni in the parade by using this link. PCA Alumni - Please update your personal contact information here and if you would like to connect with Alex Bellamy, Director of PCA Relations, you can email her at email@example.com Special shout out to Jared Wood for allowing us to use his music - check him out at JaredWoodMusic!
Discover the power of coaching and therapy through a feminist lens on this week's podcast episode. Tune in as we explore how understanding the impact of socialization on women's brains can transform coaching and therapy and hear from Advanced Certification in Feminist Coaching alumni Jen Fadden, Osaru Anyumba, Nicolassa Galvez, and Rachelle Siebke, as they talk about how ACFC has empowered them in their work and solidified their self-identity, the need to question established norms, how feminist coaching is also beneficial for men, and more. Get full show notes and more information here: https://unfuckyourbrain.com/309
For our final episode of season 3, we wanted to bring you one last conversation from this year's Alumni Reunion.Brad Burke is the managing director of Rice Alliance, Rice Business' flagship entrepreneurship initiative launched in 2000. Brad has led Rice Alliance since 2001, helping the Rice Business Plan Competition become the world's largest and richest student startup competition. Since Rice Alliance's inception, more than 2,950 tech startups have participated in its programs. In the Rice Alliance space in McNair Hall, host Maya Pomroy '22 chats with Brad about his journey to Houston, his illustrious career spanning 22 years at Rice, and some of the most memorable competition winners that have stuck with him over all these years. Owl Have You Know is a production of Rice Business and is produced by University FM.Episode Quotes:On Houston's Energy transition28:00 - So, we launched a Clean Energy Accelerator two years ago, and we're about to start evaluating the applicants for the third cohort of the Clean Energy Accelerator. And part of the reason is we're attracting startups from all over the U.S. and outside the U.S. to come through the accelerator. We want to help them be more successful, but we also want to show them what's going on in Houston…[28:36] We also want to show the investors in Houston really promising clean energy technologies. And so, it gives investors in Houston an early look at some of these promising technologies. So, Houston has the ability, and we've been the energy capital of the world. We have the ability to be the energy transition capital of the world because we have the knowledge, the expertise, the resources and almost every major energy investor.How the Rice Business Plan Competition sparks new angel investments in Houston24:53 - This competition has mobilized a number of individuals who weren't doing angel investments before. And now they're doing not just investment in the business plan competition; they're investing in companies from Houston as well.On the impact of the Rice Alliance and Rice Business Plan Competition16:25 - It's amazing, you have the opportunity to mentor these amazing, bright, enthusiastic young founders, who are generally first-time founders. And then you have the opportunity to see this innovation benefit society, come to the world. And so, you can see a real impact in what you do.Show Links: Rice Alliance Rice Business Plan Competition OwlSpark Startup Accelerator | Rice Alliance BlueLaunch Small Business Accelerator | Rice Alliance Transcript Guest Profile: Brad Burke | Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University Brad Burke - LinkedIn Brad Burke | Princeton Innovation
Mark Colgan is an entrepreneur and revenue leader responsible for increasing revenue across a small portfolio of companies where he leverages his 13 years experience of B2B Sales, Marketing and Recruitment. Mark currently splits his time as Co-founder of Speak On Podcasts, mentoring B2B Startups via GrowthMentor and ScaleWise, The Product Onboarders and coaching 100's of SDR's through his Outbound Prospecting course via The Sales Impact Academy. He's a Techstars 18′ Alumni and a regular speaker within the B2B SaaS industry, his work has been published by SaaStock, Mailshake, Pipedrive, LeadSift, Lemlist, SugarCRM and Baremetrics to name a few. Mark currently lives and works from Lisbon, is addicted to travelling and exploring new cultures and places. You'll often hear him saying “por que no?” (why not?) to anything that sounds fun or gets the heart racing like wingwalking, skydiving and paramotoring. Connect with Jon Dwoskin: Twitter: @jdwoskin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.dwoskin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejondwoskinexperience/ Website: https://jondwoskin.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jondwoskin/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Get Jon's Book: The Think Big Movement: Grow your business big. Very Big! Connect with Mark Colgan: Website: www.speakonpodcasts.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markcolganmarketing
Two Alumni Share their Stories -- Two prominent McCallie alumni -- Sam Balloff '41 -- who just turned 100 -- and Don Welch '58, share wonderful stories about their lives and their days on the Ridge. For more expanded versions of these interviews, visit McCallie's podcast page: www.mccallie.org/podcast
1985 Penn State graduate Larry Seamans is leading the fight against family homelessness. As President of FamilyAid, Larry discusses how his organization is providing holistic support to families in need, the policy changes he'd like to see and more! Jump right in:(7:55) - The impact of homelessness(10:12) - Role of FamilyAid(12:18) - Impactful stories(16:04) - Mental and emotional aspect (17:30) - Talking to donors about FamilyAid(22:05) - Recognition by Charity Navigator(23:02) - Policy changes (27:42) - Career trajectory (30:16) - Most challenging aspect of role(32:28) - Advice for students considering a career in not-for-profit(33:41) - Lions Den presented by http://Lions-Pride.com: Penn State ExperienceLearn more at http://FamilyAidBoston.org.Special thanks to Katie O'Toole's podcasting class and student Kristin Hoberman.Show off your Penn State pride with the latest apparel and gear by visiting http://Lions-Pride.com.Keep up with all the Penn State news at http://Collegian.PSU.edu.Join Penn State's network connecting students and alumni at http://Alumni.PSU.edu/LionLink.Lion Legacy is a Baroudeur Production and is not affiliated with Penn State University. Visit us at http://LionLegacyPodcast.com
Dr. D.P. LyleMD, Heersink School of Medicine - 1972More InformationDP Lyle - websiteThe Crime Fiction Writer's BlogCriminal Mischief: The Art and Science of Crime Fiction - podcastCrimeReads - My First ThrillerUAB Medical Alumni Association - A Conversation with Author and Alumnus Dr. D.P. Lyle
9.22.23 Hour 21:00- We open up discussing alumni weekend as it's the Commanders homecoming game. and then we are joined by Tim Hightower- director of Alumni relations for the Commanders, on what this weekend will be like. 21:00- Lauryn Ricketts, NBC4 Meteorologist, joins G&D to discuss the weather for Sunday as it's the homecoming game for the Commanders.30:15- It's time for Winning off the field, what's been going right for you off the field?
Lee Cockerell (former Executive Vice President of Operations for Walt Disney World) shares on today's podcast that he thought he needed to lead with just discipline. After an employee's health experience, he realized that EMPATHY needed to be included and that there was a kinder way to lead and manage. Listen to his remarkable rise from an Oklahoma farmer to an Executive Vice President leading 40,000 Cast Members, 20 resort hotels, 4 theme parks, and 2 water parks with Disney. We discuss very humble beginnings. Not reading a newspaper until the age of 20, lacking confidence, and lacking direction. Hospitality not only provided a career, but a lifestyle and a future. Lee now shares his leadership strategy of focusing on hiring, training, and treating well the RIGHT PEOPLE for business success. So grateful for his advice to me and to all the listeners that will hear his message. More about Lee Cockerell: Lee attended Oklahoma State University for two years before joining in the United States Army. Lee's career includes eight years with Hilton Hotels, seventeen years with Marriott International and sixteen years with The Walt Disney Company. Lee Joined Disney in 1990 as Director of Food and Beverage, Quality Assurance and Vice President of the hotel division for Disneyland Paris. In 1993 Lee became the Senior Vice President of the hotel division at the Walt Disney World® Resort in Florida and in 1997 was promoted to Executive Vice President of Operations for all of Walt Disney World Operations, serving in that position for ten years before retiring to start his own business, Lee Cockerell, LLC., a training and development company. Lee is author of six books on leadership, management and world class customer service. www.LeeCockerell.com Lee and his wife Priscilla reside in Orlando, Florida. Lee enjoys teaching leadership, management and service excellence seminars, traveling, dining out and most of all spending time with his three grandchildren, Jullian, Margot, and Tristan.
The Gavel Podcast is the official podcast of Sigma Nu Fraternity, Inc. and is dedicated to keeping you updated on the operations of the Legion of Honor and connecting you to stories from our brotherhood. To find out more from the Fraternity, you can always check out our website at www.sigmanu.org. Also consider following us on: Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | YouTube | FlickrHave feedback or a question about this episode? Want to submit an idea for a future topic you'd like to see covered? Contact the Gavel Podcast team at email@example.com. Hosts for this EpisodeChristopher Brenton (North Carolina State) - Director of CommunicationsAdam Girtz (North Dakota State) - Director of EngagementGuests for this EpisodeJustin Wenger (William Jewell) - Sr. Director of EngagementEpisode ReferencesSigma Nu Mentor Network - The Sigma Nu Mentor Network is the Fraternity's key effort to offer its collegiate brothers and young alumni access to the professional knowledge and career experience of its broader alumni membership.General Fraternity ResourcesProspective Member Referral - Do you know a young man who would be an ideal candidate for Sigma Nu? Please submit a membership referral.National Hazing Prevention Week - National Hazing Prevention Week (NHPW) is a time when communities, institutions, organizations, and individuals make a concerted effort to raise awareness and increase education about hazing.Sigma Nu's Day of Giving - Each year, the Legion of Honor calls upon the entire brotherhood in October to celebrate the anniversary of our spiritual founding by making a gift on Sigma Nu's Day of Giving.Employment and Staff Hiring Resources - If you are interested in learning more about working for the Fraternity as a consultant. Please visit the employment webpage for resources and access to the position application. The application deadlines are October 15 and March 1. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
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The boys are joined by Former Bills & Redskins player Lorenzo Alexander to hear his opinion of the Bills vs Washington Matchup, Traveling to DC for Alumni, and EBs impact on the offense. Then the boys are joined by Big Doug to answer Fan Questions and Game Predictions!!Support the show
Commanders Alum Kedric Golston joins the show discussing a plethora of Commanders items: Daron Payne's play against the Denver Broncos, Alumni Homecoming Weekend, what he's seen in Sam Howell through two weeks and more.
Join Roger in this week's Liberty + Leadership Podcast as he speaks with lawyer-turned-author Tom Morrison, who writes under the name T.C. Morrison. Roger and Tom talk about his series of satirical legal novels, including the just released "Send In The Tort Lawyer$," his time in private practice where he pioneered false advertising litigation, and how the legal profession has changed over the past 40 years.Tom Morrison is the author of satirical legal novels including "Please Pass the Tort$" and "Tort$ "R" US." Before becoming an author, Tom spent more than 50 years as a lawyer, first in the Air Force JAG Corps and then at several distinguished New York law firms. Tom served on the TFAS Board of Regents for more than a decade. He and his wife established the Thomas and Sarah Morrison Scholarship Fund for students from Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio. Tom eared his law degree from New York University Law School and he holds a bachelor's degree from Otterbein, where he served eight years as the University's board chairman.The Liberty + Leadership Podcast is hosted by TFAS President Roger Ream and produced by kglobal. This episode was recorded at Reason Magazine's podcast studio. If you have a comment or question for the show, please drop us an email at podcast@TFAS.org. To support TFAS and its mission, please visit TFAS.org/support. Support the show
Tracey Hicks, Automotive Instructor at Frederick County Public Schools, gives us an inside look at what it's like to build a high school auto program while gaining industry relationships. Tracey discusses the benefits of working with past graduates, the impact of industry support on his program, and the need to introduce trades to kids at a young age.(2:38) Tracey's Teaching Journey(14:12) Benefits of Being Involved with Alumni(20:47) Positive Influence of Industry Support(30:08) Running Effective Advisory Committee Meetings(41:08) Introducing Industry at a Young AgeResources:WrenchWay's Free Solutions for SchoolsPlay WrenchWay's Loneliest Number Game for a Chance at Winning $1,000Download the free WrenchWay mobile app:App StoreGoogle PlayAbout Our Host:Jay GoninenCo-Founder & President, WrenchWayjayg@wrenchway.com | 608.716.2122About Our Guest:Tracey HicksAutomotive Instructor, Frederick County Public SchoolsTracey.Hicks@fcps.orgConnect with us on social: Facebook Instagram Twitter LinkedIn YouTube TikTok
In this episode, Eric is celebrating ADHD reWired's 500-episode milestone. Joining him are members of ADHD reWired's Coaching & Accountability Group Alumni Community, where they will be sharing their Dear ADHD Letters. A huge thanks to the members who shared their letters and their stories. Whether you're new to the show or you've been listening since episode 1, thank you for being here for 500 episodes. We hope you'll keep joining us for the next 500 episodes to come. Special thanks to all of our coaching group members, Alumni members, coaches, volunteers, Patrons, Facebook community members, listeners of the show old and new, the ADHD reWired team, and everyone everywhere around and in between. Thank you so much for your support. We wouldn't be here without you. We CAN do hard things, and you are not alone. ❤️
2021 Penn State graduate Kate Chan knows how to connect with and create a community around Gen Z. In this episode, we learn about Kate's social media agency Ichiyuzu Media, creating an influential instagram account on food (@KatieEatsPhilly) and more! Jump right in:(4:32)- The meaning behind the agency name and type of agency(10:15) - Social media platforms(14:05) - Favorite brand campaigns(17:02) - Impact of social media on the business(20:45) - The creation of Katie Eats Philly on Instagram(25:43) - Creating a personal brand(27:08) - Favorite Philadelphia and State College restaurants (28:41) - Lions Den presented by http://Lions-Pride.com: Penn State ExperienceLearn more and follow Kate: http://IchiyuzuMedia.com and http://Instagram.com/KatieEatsPhillySpecial thanks to Katie O'Toole's podcasting class and student Xi Chen.Show off your Penn State pride with the latest apparel and gear by visiting http://Lions-Pride.com.Keep up with all the Penn State news at http://Collegian.PSU.edu.Join Penn State's network connecting students and alumni at http://Alumni.PSU.edu/LionLink.Lion Legacy is a Baroudeur Production and is not affiliated with Penn State University. Visit us at http://LionLegacyPodcast.com
On Monday mornings I used to be cranky and anxious. It's not a great combo any time, and not a great foundation for the week ahead. Then I created a ritual to help me transition … and I actually look forward to that time when I get to look at my writing projects from a totally different perspective. Creating a ritual or two in your writing life can provide structure, meaning, and momentum. This episode is in memory of the patron puppy saint of the Writing Coach Podcast, Mishka.
Northeast Mississippi Community College president Dr. Ricky G. Ford sits down with Marketing and Public Relations Specialist Liz Calvery to discuss how the college takes steps to ensure not only the mental health of its students but its employees as well. Ford talks about the lecture by former coach Mark Potter on Tuesday, September 19 where the former basketball headman came in to speak in the Bonner Arnold Coliseum and the college president also discusses all the tools that Northeast has to offer through its Success Center and Guidance offices. To wrap up the time, Ford gives listeners the Northeast News and discusses athletics, academics, workforce, student activities and human resources along with many more important things happening at one of the nation's top community colleges. For those who may have missed an episode, all Northeast TigerTalk episodes are archived at https://nemcctigertalk.simplecast.com.
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On tonight's show Dave and Blaine welcome Blaine Douglas, the head of the BYU Alumni Chapter in Arkansas. With BYU Football hitting the road this week, we're excited to continue our Y's Guys tradition of checking in with the Alumni in the area. We also welcome former BYU Basketball Head Coach, Dave Rose. Dave will be inducted into the Utah Sports Hall of Fame on Monday, September 18th at the Little America Hotel in Salt Lake City. He will be enshrined along with skiers Stein Eriksen and Ted Ligety, fencer Julie Thompson Seal and sportswriter Tom Wharton. Also, we'll talk to former Cougar quarterback John Beck—the personal quarterback coach of Zach Wilson, Jaren Hall and Kedon Slovis (among others). Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Jared vs. Joe in segments one and two. Can Tannehill bounce back following his disappointing Week One performance in New Orleans? Jared gives his take on Colorado HC Deion Sanders forgetting the word "alumni" in his press conference.
Born and raised in Mexico, Daniel Gutierrez knew from an early age he wanted to build a career in economics. In 2009, Daniel and his wife moved to San Antonio to join the North American Development Bank as a senior analysis and structuring specialist. North American Development Bank is a binational financial institution, established by the governments of the U.S. and Mexico, that supports the development of infrastructure in the areas of potable water, wastewater treatment and solid waste, as well as projects aimed at improving air quality, conserving water, reducing energy consumption and developing renewable energy sources for communities located in the U.S.- Mexico border region.While in this role, Daniel decided to pursue his MBA and joined the Professional MBA program at Rice Business in 2012. Since graduating, Daniel has remained with North American Development Bank, and is currently the associate director of asset management. He joins host Maya Pomroy this episode to discuss growing up in Mexico in the 80s during inflation, NAFTA, how going to Rice Business' Diversity Preview Weekend changes his life's path, receiving an Owl Award for best Capstone project for Ovarcome, a Houston-based ovarian cancer nonprofit founded by another Rice Business alum, and the lessons he learned during his time at Rice. Owl Have You Know is a production of Rice Business and is produced by University FM.Episode Quotes:How Mexican leaders can prepare for the future13:16 - To build the next generation of leaders in Mexico, they have to think about where they want to develop their MBA studies or studies of where they can learn leadership, all the skills the MBA program grants, and critical thinking ability. All those skills will be needed in the next years—in the next 20, 30 years, the border region between Mexico and the US is going to become very dynamic. It's probably going to be one of the greatest times to be involved in an MBA program and to use those knowledge to make great things happen in Mexican businesses.15:40 - The importance of teamwork definitely was something that I recognized from what was taught to me at Rice. And I still consider teamwork as one of the important elements of my daily working life.On his evolving interest on artificial intelligence21:41 - I'm excited about all that kind of wave of artificial intelligence coming up and bringing every debate.Copyright issues, schools that are worried that students will use that technology to present their essays, stuff like that. But the real discussion is how are we going to train the next generation to use or leverage this technology. For the betterment of human beings, for the betterment of humanity.Show Links: North American Development Bank Ovarcome Transcript Guest Profile:Daniel's LinkedIn
Northeast Mississippi Community College president Dr. Ricky G. Ford sits down with Marketing and Public Relations Specialist Liz Calvery to discuss how the college keeps up with the needs of its ever-changing student population. From one year to the next, the needs of the students are constantly changing and Northeast uses a variety of processes to keep up with the needs of the students and stays flexible when it comes to addressing student needs. To wrap up the time, Ford gives listeners the Northeast News and discusses athletics, human resources and gives a couple of major announcements along with many more important things happening at one of the nation's top community colleges. For those who may have missed an episode, all Northeast TigerTalk episodes are archived at https://nemcctigertalk.simplecast.com.
In one week, you might have a pub that you've written for for years fold, receive an email from an editor who said she loved your pitch now asking for a ton of edits, sign a contract for a new book, and have a source ask to reschedule an interview. It seems there's nothing as constant in change in the freelance writing world … and yet so many freelancers seem continually surprised by the meta pattern of change. In this episode we look at handling change as a freelance writer in general, and then focus in on the pattern of feast and famine.
In our debut episode, we hear from alumnus Nick On, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Legal Officer at Pure Data Centres Group. Nick joined us as a banking partner in 1999 and, a decade later, was appointed the first Group General Counsel at property company Grainger plc. He joined Pure in 2017, leading on strategic transactions and investor relations while overseeing all aspects of legal and compliance. Nick is also a published poet, having gained a distinction in the MA Writing Poetry program at Newcastle University.
Matt McCantsBS, College of Arts and Sciences, 2011Director of Character Development, UAB FootballAdditional InformationMatt McCants - UAB Coach ProfileMatt McCants Stats, News, and Video - NFL.comHow Birmingham Iron's Matt McCants transformed from tuba player to pro athlete - AL.comNFL Draft 2012: Giants select UAB offensive tackle Matt McCants in sixth round - NJ.comFormer Williamson star Matt McCants goes from tuba player to Senior Bowl invitee - AL.com
“We are most successful from the core of who we are - don't change into somebody else. But at the same time, what is it about your leadership style that is getting in the way?” Carol Yang is a certified Global Executive Coach (ICF PCC) with 23 years of global leadership experience across Fortune 500 companies - like P&G and the Timberland Company, where she was VP of Global marketing. As an Executive Coach, Carol works with senior leaders around the world, with an emphasis on empowering female leaders to move up and thrive in bigger, more complex roles. Carol's clients include senior leaders at Goldman Sachs, Merck, P&G, Agile Technology and others. Going beyond her own career journey, Carol shares relevant advice on the mindset shift needed to ascend into senior executive roles. This is the first in a series with P&G Alumni Coaching where leading Alumni will dive deep on relevant topics. Just as professional athletes have a coach to help them perform at their best, coaching can help you thrive in career and life life, through powerful questioning, exploration, and action planning. P&G Alums can learn more and sign up for their free first coaching session @ coaching.pgalums.com You'll enjoy this candid coaching conversation with Carol on not just the big mindset mindset needed for executive growth, but also how to get clear on what we want, taking ownership of your career, building self awareness, and going beyond the buzzwords of building an authentic personal brand.
Sponsor Spotlight guest: Alumni Ventures' CEO Mike Collins Welcome to the Smart Venture Podcast's sponsor spotlight, where we take a moment to highlight the companies making our show possible. We're thrilled to feature Alumni Ventures. Alumni Ventures, offers individual investors access to venture investing through its diversified, professional-grade venture portfolios. We're excited to share more about what they do and how they're making a difference. So sit back, relax, and let's dive into Alumni Venture's sponsor spotlight. _________________________________________________________________ How to invest in startups as individual investors? I get this question, A LOT. So I brought one of the experts to join me to talk about this. Mike Collins is the CEO of Alumni Ventures, America's Largest Venture Capital Firm for Individual Investors. Smart Venture Podcast's sponsor, Alumni Ventures, offers individual investors access to venture investing through its diversified, professional-grade venture portfolios. The company's funds have consistently outperformed public market equivalents, with over $1.1 billion raised and invested in over eleven hundred portfolio companies. They have a dedicated team of fifty full-time venture investors and were the #1 most active venture firm in the US in 2022 and #3 globally according to Pitchbook. Investing in venture capital can help reduce overall portfolio risk and increase the likelihood of stronger returns. To learn more, visit av.vc/grace and schedule a call. Investors must be accredited. Please note that all financial investments involve risk, past performance does not guarantee future results, and it is important to conduct your own research and seek professional advice before making any investment decisions. Check out their service: av.vc/grace ===================== YouTube: @GraceGongCEO Newsletter: @SmartVenture LinkedIn: @GraceGong TikTok: @GraceGongCEO IG: @GraceGongCEO Twitter: @GraceGongGG ===================== Join the SVP fam with your host Grace Gong. In each episode, we are going to have conversations with some of the top investors, superstar founders, as well as well-known tech executives in silicon valley. We will have a coffee chat with them to learn their ways of thinking and actionable tips on how to build or invest in a successful company.
Andy starts with comments from Commanders coordinators Jack Del Rio and Eric Bieniemy about how their respective units can start fast this week vs. Cardinals (0:00-17:40). Redskins alumni are coming back in droves, including John Riggins and Robert Griffin III (17:41-35:52). Andy runs through audio from Josh Harris and Mitch Rales comments from the Economic Club in Philadelphia the other night (34:53-59:13). For more sports coverage, download the ESPN630 AM app, visit https://www.sportscapitoldc.com, or tune in live from 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Monday-Friday.To join the conversation, check us out on twitter @ESPN630DC and @andypollin1See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Alumni, Kiley Ferons, started her own modern quilting magazine with great success. On episode 125, Kiley shares about creating apps for her businesses: Modish Quilter Magazine and Kiley's Quilt Room. She will take you behind the scenes and share all the details involved in the process of app creation. If you are curious to find out if an app would be benificial to your business, or you haven't yet considered it, but are curious... this episode is for you! Kiley generously shares insight as she shares this aspect and perspective of her business. She shares the cost, the process, what and who you need, and why you should consider this for the future of your business. I am excited to have Kiley Ferons on Episode 125. Creating an App with Kiley Ferons of Modish Quilter Turn your CRAFT into a CAREER! Did you find this podcast helpful? Find more creative business takeaways, tutorials, courses, plus much more below. SHOW NOTES: https://quilterscandy.com/podcast/ QUILTERS CANDY WEBSITE: https://quilterscandy.com/ INSTAGRAM: Craft to Career Podcast @crafttocareer Quilters Candy @quilters_candy
2016 Penn State graduate Ryan Hager has made a profession of helping people improve their golf game. As Director of Instruction at Plainfield Country Club and a social media influencer (78k followers on Instagram), Ryan shares his experiences with the PGA Golf Management program at Penn State, his dream golf foursome and more! Jump right in:(6:36)- The early years of developing a passion for golf(13:06) - Certification process to become a PGA instructor(17:54) - Teaching style(22:24) - The mental aspect of the game(25:26) - Virtual coaching(28:28) - Coaching highlights(30:02) - Creating a personal brand on social media(32:58) - Advice on how to improve the game(38:14) - State of the industry(45:48) - Lions Den presented by http://Lions-Pride.com: Penn State ExperienceLearn more and follow Ryan: http://RyanHagerPGA.com and http://Instagram.com/RyanHager_PGAShow off your Penn State pride with the latest apparel and gear by visiting http://Lions-Pride.com.Keep up with all the Penn State news at http://Collegian.PSU.edu.Join Penn State's network connecting students and alumni at http://Alumni.PSU.edu/LionLink.Lion Legacy is a Baroudeur Production and is not affiliated with Penn State University. Visit us at http://LionLegacyPodcast.com
TIMESTAMPS:00:00:01 - Intro00:00:37 - Blessing to be Back00:02:02 - Glorious Day00:03:56 - Weekly Concession Stands Report00:12:31 - Patreon Shoutouts!00:13:47 - Clark's Fun Facts00:15:55 - UGA's Offense: The Good00:26:45 - Mike Bobo's Play-Calling00:36:31 - UGA's Defense00:43:53 - UGA's Special Teams00:46:36 - Georgia vs Ball State Preview00:53:03 - Florida Sucks00:54:45 - Vols Roll00:56:52 - Wenn State00:57:03 - Beamer Fall00:58:17 - FSU vs LSU00:59:30 - Too Big for the Roo's01:00:45 - Notre Dame @ NC State01:02:24 - Nebraska @ Colorado01:06:07 - Ole Miss @ Tulane01:07:42 - Texas A&M @ Miami01:09:11 - Texas @ Alabama01:10:28 - Auburn @ California01:12:01 - GAME OF THE WEEK!01:23:19 - Help Us!01:24:49 - Dang Good Football Team! SUPPORT OUR PODCAST: For just $5/month, you can support our podcast & unlock exclusive perks. Visit https://www.patreon.com/rowsixty & join today! CONNECT WITH US:Patreon: patreon.com/rowsixtyFacebook: facebook.com/rowsixtyInstagram: instagram.com/rowsixty/TikTok: tiktok.com/@rowsixtyYouTube: youtube.com/rowsixtyWebsite: rowsixty.comStore: rowsixty.com/store
Northeast Mississippi Community College president Dr. Ricky G. Ford sits down with Marketing and Public Relations Specialist Liz Calvery to discuss how the college partners with four-year colleges and universities to ensure the success of its students after their time in the City of Hospitality. Ford also discusses how the Success Center and the Counseling Center at Northeast play a significant role in preparing students to move forward. To wrap up the time, Ford gives listeners the Northeast News and discusses athletics, human resources and gives a major update on the Seth Pounds Auditorium renovation project, and talks about the possibility of a location change for commencement exercises in May along with many more important things happening at one of the nation's top community colleges. For those who may have missed an episode, all Northeast TigerTalk episodes are archived at https://nemcctigertalk.simplecast.com.
The Hawkeyes prevailed against Utah State and the Hawkeye Marching Band had a wonderful performance of the music of ABBA! It is officially footba- marching band season, and John and Tim have the honor of sitting down with Hawkeye Marching Band Director Dr. Eric Bush and Director of the Iowa Alumni Bands Jeff Sebille to get a preview of the HMB's season and Homecoming festivities!First, Dr. Bush runs down the successes of Hell Week and performances at the Iowa State Fair and Hancher, previews the shows and trips for the upcoming year, praises the staff and leadership within the HMB, updates on the size of the band and what the generosity of the alumni has meant to the band, and plans for the future.Around the 40 minute mark, Jeff Sebille shares his excitement for the 50th Iowa Alumni Band at Homecoming 2023. Jeff gives a history of the Alumni Band, walks through the schedule of the weekend, the Reception Thursday Night, the Parade & Picnic & post-Parade activities on Friday, logistics & planning for Saturday, ways to get Homecoming & Alumni Band apparel, and ends with a BIG SURPRISE for Alumni Band 50 at the 1:05 minute mark.Keep an eye on your email and the University of Iowa Alumni Marching Band Facebook page for more updates and coverage of Homecoming provided by Craig Brown!As always, send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org, Like the Down and Off Podcast page on Facebook, and follow the us on Twitter @DownAndOffPod. #OnIowa #GoHawksSpeaking of, check out the Hawkeye Marching Band on all of their socials as well...Facebook - University of Iowa Hawkeye Marching BandInstagram - @HawkeyeMarchingBandYouTube - Hawkeye Marching BandTwitter - @HawkeyeBandOfficial HMB Website - For updates, auditions, apparel, giving, news, media, and the peopleIowa Alumni Band Facebook PageMusic recorded by the Hawkeye Marching Band, off the 2003 album "Roll Along!" and the 2007 album "Get Ready For the Boom"
They say it's the thought that counts when it comes to gifts. But if you've ever had the experience of receiving a gift that was clearly intended for somebody else (but the tags got swapped or similar), or if you received a generic Secret Santa present, you know that the thoughts leading to those gifts were fundamentally different than when somebody offers you a gift that surprises and delights you because it is just so perfect. Freelancers who pitch regularly have had the experience of sending the wrong idea to the wrong publication at the wrong time. If who you are pitching is an afterthought, that randomness shows. Sending your next editor a pitch that makes their day is an empowering experience for both of you. Learn more about the gift of specificity.
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Girls!! I am thrilled to have Kelsy Kemp back on the Pod to share her engagement story!! She came on the podcast post TFA last year to share how she met her bf on Hinge!!! And now she has gotten all the way to "I Do" and is ready to spill the beans!! I LOVE celebrating love!! Especially when it's girls I have had the pleasure if supporting, mentoring and coaching to get there! Connect on IG: https://www.instagram.com/the_true_feminine_/ Sign up for TFA or Join the Waitlist: https://www.thetruefeminine.com/tfa-september-23
TIMESTAMPS:00:00:01 - Intro00:00:32 - Toe Meets Leather00:05:33 - Live Call-In Show00:06:39 - Row 60 Patron Shoutouts00:08:35 - Patreon00:09:34 - Clark's Fun Facts00:12:31 - UT Martin Preview00:16:43 - UGA's Offense00:26:23 - UGA's Defense00:37:09 - Keys to the Game?00:39:57 - Ripping off the Common Man00:43:43 - USC vs San Jose State00:47:25 - Vandy vs Hawaii00:52:05 - Utah vs Florida00:55:10 - Tennessee vs Virginia00:56:43 - Penn State vs West Virginia00:58:50 - North Carolina vs South Carolina01:02:10 - Florida State vs LSU01:04:15 - GAME OF THE WEEK!01:15:57 - Come See Us01:16:43 - IT'S GO TIME! SUPPORT OUR PODCAST: For just $5/month, you can support our podcast & unlock exclusive perks. Visit https://www.patreon.com/rowsixty & join today! CONNECT WITH US:Patreon: patreon.com/rowsixtyFacebook: facebook.com/rowsixtyInstagram: instagram.com/rowsixty/TikTok: tiktok.com/@rowsixtyYouTube: youtube.com/rowsixtyWebsite: rowsixty.comStore: rowsixty.com/store