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The Gulf Coast Growth Show

Tune into Kim Flores, VP Business Development, Pro Citrus Network as she gives us some insight on her background and how she got into the citrus business. Kim tells us about Pro Citrus Network and their sister company Foremost Fresh Direct, and the history behind the two. She tells us about supply chain disruption and how it's effecting this tasty business. Kim tells us about their growth and expansion projects that will help in getting citrus to your table quicker! Reach out to Kim via LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimberlyfloresssi/ Stay tuned in – subscribe today, stay in the know! Share This Story, Choose Your Platform: https://allianceportregion.com/subscribe-to-podcast/ Brought to you by Economic Alliance Houston Port Region, Produced in the Shell Deer Park Studio. Feedback or speaker suggestions? Email our Marketing & Communications Director: amanda@allianceportregion.com

Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

"The Double-edged Sword of Faith" Sunday, November 13, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream Someone asked me on the way out of service this fall what I meant, as a Unitarian Universalist, when I said the word "faith." Let's look at what faith is (and is not) and the role it plays in our lives -- the blessing and the danger of it. Rev. Vanessa Rush Southern, Senior Minister; Richard Davis-Lowell, Worship Associate; Reiko Oda Lane, Organist; UUSF Choir; Kate Offer, Soprano Kai Leith, Pianist & Conducting; Wm. García Ganz, Pianist & Conducting Eric Shackelford, Camera; Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Remigio Flood, Sexton; DeAndre Smith, Sexton; Athena Papadakos, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher

Complete Service-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

"The Double-edged Sword of Faith" Sunday, November 13, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream Someone asked me on the way out of service this fall what I meant, as a Unitarian Universalist, when I said the word "faith." Let's look at what faith is (and is not) and the role it plays in our lives -- the blessing and the danger of it. Rev. Vanessa Rush Southern, Senior Minister; Richard Davis-Lowell, Worship Associate; Reiko Oda Lane, Organist; UUSF Choir; Kate Offer, Soprano Kai Leith, Pianist & Conducting; Wm. García Ganz, Pianist & Conducting Eric Shackelford, Camera; Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Remigio Flood, Sexton; DeAndre Smith, Sexton; Athena Papadakos, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher

InSeitz into the Faith with El Paso Bishop Mark J. Seitz
InSeitz into the Faith for Wednesday, November 9, 2022

InSeitz into the Faith with El Paso Bishop Mark J. Seitz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 34:30


Join Bishop Mark Seitz, along with Communications Director, Fernie Ceniceros to discuss The 25th Annual Border Mass, The Midterm Elections, the coming United States Conference of Catholic Bishops meeting in Baltimore this coming week and the Southwest Youth Conference held at the Starlight Event Center November 11th and 12th.

Carbon Removal Newsroom
CDR in the Next Congress

Carbon Removal Newsroom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 38:25


We planned an episode this week about carbon removal policy in the next Congress. At the time of recording we still don't know which party will control either chamber. Since it looks most likely that the GOP will win at least the House of Representatives, we focused this episode on the prospect for bipartisan CDR policy opportunities. While Joe Biden and the Democrats retain control of the White House, they likely can't pass legislation without Republican votes like they've been able to do for the last two years. All legislation, including the annual budget, must be agreed upon by both parties. The U.S. invested a lot in CDR during the last congress… -Some of that the Democrats passed alone, like increases to the 45Q tax credit included in the Inflation Reduction Act, -but some were done on a bipartisan basis, like the direct investments in CDR found in the Infrastructure bill and CHIPS Act. What can we expect from Federal Government in the next two years? Will divided government bring more or less support for CDR? We have two special guest panelists here to discuss this with us today, Savita Bowman, a Program Manager at Clearpath, and Karly Matthews, the Communications Director at the American Conservation Coalition. Chris Barnard is away at COP27 this week and Radhika Moolgavkar is away. This episode was guest hosted by CRN producer Asa Kamer. On This Episode Savita Bowman Karly Matthews Resources Clearpath American Conservation Coalition Increases to the 45Q tax credit CDR in the Infrastructure bill and CHIPS Act CREST ACT Bipartisan Biochar Bill Growing Climate Solutions Act stalls US Climate Targets Achievable if Congress Flips Connect with Nori Nori Nori's Twitter Join Nori's Discord to hang out with other fans of the podcast and Nori Nori's other podcast Reversing Climate Change Nori's CDR meme twitter account --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/carbonremovalnewsroom/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/carbonremovalnewsroom/support

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast
Best of the Midwest: Visit Geneva!

WGN - The John Williams Full Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022


Looking to take a quick getaway from the Chicago area this fall and winter? Well, John Williams has you covered with our “Best of the Midwest” feature. Today, we head to Geneva and talk with Laura Rush, Communications Director for the Geneva Chamber of Commerce. Laura talks about some great events to prepare you for […]

John Williams
Best of the Midwest: Visit Geneva!

John Williams

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022


Looking to take a quick getaway from the Chicago area this fall and winter? Well, John Williams has you covered with our “Best of the Midwest” feature. Today, we head to Geneva and talk with Laura Rush, Communications Director for the Geneva Chamber of Commerce. Laura talks about some great events to prepare you for […]

Tithe.ly TV
Breaking the Stigma of Church Marketing w/ Alex Acevedo

Tithe.ly TV

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 38:10


The word “marketing” can be a tricky word in the church world.The idea of selling and marketing a church or ministry like a product can feel off or irreverent. On this episode of Modern Church leader, guest Alexa Acevedo is here to help reframe the way church leaders view marketing.We all have our favorite products, foods, sports teams, and albums that we share and promote to our friends and family. Why should church look any different?Alex is a firm believer that marketing is simply an extension of evangelism.“Check your heart. Are you marketing this sermon series or this church event because you believe in the ministry, or are you doing it to get a personal gain out of it?”Alex believes that “marketing” is just a word, but our intention behind our marketing is where the true testament lies. Church Marketing is a way to better support the ministries happening in your church. “Ultimately we believe that an event we host will lead to a deeper spiritual connection for someone.”Being the Communications Director at Transformation Church, Alex has seen how important it is for his department to be a supporting role to the pastoral staff. He encourages his team to be Spirit-led and to focus on the heart and mission of the church.At the end of the day, whether we are the senior pastor, the digital strategist or the facilities manager, we are all called to do our best work to further the gospel of Jesus Christ.By the end of this episode, you will learn:✅ The importance of building a strong Communications Team✅ How we should think differently about church marketing✅ Which digital marketing strategies work for Transformation Church✅ How the creative staff can support the pastoral staff Resources Mentioned:Listen to episodes of Modern Church Leader Follow Tithe.ly on Instagram: @tithe.lyFollow Tithe.ly on Twitter: @tithelyappLike Tithe.ly on Facebook: @tithelyappCheck out more from Transformation Church: transformationchurch.tcCheck out more from Alex Acevedo: alexacevedo.com--Tithely provides the tools you need to engage with your church online, stay connected, increase generosity, and simplify the lives of your staff.With tools like text and email messaging, custom church apps and websites, church management software, digital giving, and so much more… it's no wonder over 37,000 churches in 50 countries trust Tithely to help run their church. Learn more at https://tithely.com

WGN - The John Williams Uncut Podcast
Best of the Midwest: Visit Geneva!

WGN - The John Williams Uncut Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022


Looking to take a quick getaway from the Chicago area this fall and winter? Well, John Williams has you covered with our “Best of the Midwest” feature. Today, we head to Geneva and talk with Laura Rush, Communications Director for the Geneva Chamber of Commerce. Laura talks about some great events to prepare you for […]

We Are Vineyard
Nicole Dill: Walking Out Your Calling In The Church AND The Marketplace

We Are Vineyard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 75:50


In this episode of We Are Vineyard, Jay chats with Nicole Dill about being born into a party, reading in the corners of bars and clubs where her dad played music, and how her life as a spiritually-seeking preteen eventually led her to a defining encounter with the Holy Spirit. Nicole shares about learning to trust the Lord to guide the expression her calling takes in different seasons of life, and the way all of her different experiences and roles are being utilized in her current position as the Communications Director for Vineyard USA. They discuss the discipline and gift of anchoring into community, the value in bringing exactly who you are to your local church, and the joy of being a conduit and a resource for the kingdom of God. Nicole Dill is the Communications Director for Vineyard USA. She grew up in Columbus, Ohio, where she came to faith as a teenager, and quickly found a church family at Vineyard Columbus. In 2002, she moved to Colorado to help plant the Arvada Vineyard, and helped lead this growing church plant while finishing her degree in Photography at the Art Institute of Colorado. In 2008, Nicole planted and pastored the first multisite church for the Mile High Vineyard in downtown Denver with a team from the Arvada Vineyard. After several years of pastoring there she handed the site off to another pastor and helped several other Vineyard church plants and established churches in the Denver area. Nicole has also worked extensively outside the church leading creative teams at Anthropologie as a store designer, as Chief Operations Officer for TEDxMileHigh, the largest TEDx in North America, and for the White House as an Advance Associate for the President. She consults many growing organizations around their creative, operations, and HR needs in the nonprofit and entrepreneurial sectors. Nicole lives in Denver with her husband Jason, and two daughters, Vera (7) and Rosalie (6) and attends the East Denver Vineyard. Show Notes: The Gospel Precisely by Matthew Bates Vineyard USA's suggested reading for November https://amzn.to/3WJsL5J Socials: Vineyardusa.org @vineyardusa

The Gulf Coast Growth Show
Kelli Howard, Talent Acquisition Manager, SAM Companies – Gulf Coast Growth Show S7E30

The Gulf Coast Growth Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 24:45


Tune into Kelli Howard, Talent Acquisition Manager, SAM (Survey & Mapping) Companies as she talks about how they are integrating a veteran-based approach to staffing & filling positions with our veterans and youth. She tells us how they've hired Raymond Amador, Jr. as their Military Program Manager to take the veteran initiative to the next level. This is a newly created position within SAM, find out why his role is so valuable to their company, current military folks as well as youth within our region. SAM is in the middle of creating their own Department of Labor Apprenticeship program where they will work with local community colleges to implement the program in an effort to produce more licensed surveyors for the industry. Check out the great things that SAM is doing within their community! Thank you and all other companies that supply great jobs & offerings to those who have defended our great country over the years. Raymond, thank you for your dedication, service, and sacrifice! Reach out to Kelli and Raymond via LinkedIn: Kelli Howard: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kelli-howard-252bb53b/ Raymond Amador: https://www.linkedin.com/in/raymond-amador-jr-ab650422/ Stay tuned in - subscribe today, stay in the know! Share This Story, Choose Your Platform: https://allianceportregion.com/subscribe-to-podcast/ Brought to you by Economic Alliance Houston Port Region, Produced in the Shell Deer Park Studio. Feedback or speaker suggestions? Email our Marketing & Communications Director: amanda@allianceportregion.com

Cohesion
Establishing a Grassroots Communication Strategy with People Managers with Laura Borland, TA and Clinical Communications Director at Waters

Cohesion

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 36:02


This episode features an interview with Laura Borland, TA and Clinical Communications Director at Waters. Unlike most communications professionals, Laura has a PhD in Analytical Chemistry and began her career as a science consultant and government project manager. She found her passion in supporting scientists and communicating their stories to drive business outcomes.In this episode, Amanda and Laura discuss manager-led communications, strategies for reaching people globally, and helping leaders become better communicators.-------------------“Executives need to identify that the managers are your best representatives of the employee base. They're the ones that are eyes and ears; they're all around, they see it. They're at that sort of level, and they really should be, hopefully, empowered and respected and heard. And that when we communicate to them, find ways to better empower and not just assume that they're going to cascade verbatim the message from on high. There's a lot of contextualization, translation to get that message from what the executive sees at a high-level strategic business, and even strategic cultural level, down into the organization to really pump the blood through and get those tactics, those strategies, all those things from the business and culturally through the organization.” – Laura Borland-------------------Episode Timestamps:*(01:43): Laura's background*(06:48): Segment: Getting Tactical*(07:14): One strategy that gets overlooked when trying to reach people globally*(08:51): Laura opens her manager-led communication playbook*(23:16): Segment: Seat at The Table*(26:56): How Laura coaches leaders to be better communicators*(30:51): Segment: Asking for a Friend-------------------Links:Connect with Laura on LinkedInWatersConnect with Amanda on LinkedInwww.simpplr.com/podcast

Complete Service-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

“Across the Veil” Sunday, November 6, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream This is the time of year of the Pagan celebration of Samhain, and the Christian (no doubt borrowed and adapted!) witness to All Souls and All Saints, and to the celebrations of Día De Los Muertos in Mexico and across Latin America. All of these community and religious ceremonies and sacred times begin with the Samhain idea that at this time of year the veil between the living and the dying is thinned. It is a season, therefore, for reaching across that veil and pulling those we have loved and lost, their spirit and their legacy, more intentionally into our world for a while. Rev. Vanessa Rush Southern, Senior Minister; Mari Magaloni Ramos, Worship Associate; Reiko Oda Lane, Organist; UUSF Choir; Mark Sumner, Music Director; Laurel Sprigg, Soprano; Brielle Marina Nielsen, Mezzo Soprano; Wm. García Ganz, Pianist Shulee Ong, Camera; Jackson Munn, Camera; Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Dan Barnard, Facilities Manager; Kelvin Jones, Sexton; Athena Papadakos, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher

Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

“Across the Veil” Sunday, November 6, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream This is the time of year of the Pagan celebration of Samhain, and the Christian (no doubt borrowed and adapted!) witness to All Souls and All Saints, and to the celebrations of Día De Los Muertos in Mexico and across Latin America. All of these community and religious ceremonies and sacred times begin with the Samhain idea that at this time of year the veil between the living and the dying is thinned. It is a season, therefore, for reaching across that veil and pulling those we have loved and lost, their spirit and their legacy, more intentionally into our world for a while. Rev. Vanessa Rush Southern, Senior Minister; Mari Magaloni Ramos, Worship Associate; Reiko Oda Lane, Organist; UUSF Choir; Mark Sumner, Music Director; Laurel Sprigg, Soprano; Brielle Marina Nielsen, Mezzo Soprano; Wm. García Ganz, Pianist Shulee Ong, Camera; Jackson Munn, Camera; Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Dan Barnard, Facilities Manager; Kelvin Jones, Sexton; Athena Papadakos, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher

AFA@TheCore
April Few, Communications Director, United States Parents Involved in Education (USPIE,) is the protagonist in the film “Truth & Lies in American Education”

AFA@TheCore

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 48:17


The Joe Piscopo Show
8 AM Hour The Joe Piscopo Show 11-04-22

The Joe Piscopo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 52:51


Thomas DiNapoli, New York State Comptroller Gen. Jack Keane, a retired 4-star general, the chairman of the Institute for the Study of War and Fox News Senior Strategic Analyst Tom Szymanski, Communications Director for the New Jersey GOPSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rightside Radio
11/4/22 - Noah Weinrich Interview - Communications Director Heritage Action..

Rightside Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 19:22


IBCLex Podcast
The Real Life Episode 12 (Sunrise Children's Services)

IBCLex Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 48:54


Executive Pastor, Bradley Thomas, and Communications Director, Bradley Stevenson, sit down with the Director from Sunrise Children's Services. Dale Suttles discusses the many services that Sunrise offers throughout Kentucky. Sunrise is a statewide organization in Kentucky providing adoption, fostering and many other services.

Covenant Church - West Lafayette, Indiana
Sermon Discussion - God's Gift of His Spirit

Covenant Church - West Lafayette, Indiana

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 25:21


Most Wednesdays, our Communications Director, Michelle Leichty, hosts a Facebook Live discussion with the preaching pastor from the previous Sunday. Visit our Facebook page to join us live on Wednesdays around noon: https://www.facebook.com/covenantepc Be sure to follow our Facebook page for notifications of when we go live!

ServingLeaders Podcast
The Importance of Sabbatical - A Personal Reflection: With Dave Wiedis (Part I)

ServingLeaders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 23:11


On this episode, ServingLeaders' Communications Director, Angela Carnuccio, interviews Dave Wiedis about his three-month sabbatical: how he knew it was time to take a sabbatical, what he learned, and how he planned it so as not to squander the gift.

Second Act Success
Meet the Storm Chasing Creator of Girls Who Chase with Jen Walton | #36

Second Act Success

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 53:40 Transcription Available


Jen Walton is a storm chaser, photographer and founder of the Girls Who Chase initiative, which inspires, empowers, and equips girls and women to pursue storms, the sciences, and their passions. Jen joins the Second Act Success Podcast to discuss how she started storm chasing in 2018 after realizing she had chosen self-limitation over pursuing a very real passion. She left her job working in Environmental Communications to take on storm chasing and developing Girls Who Chase full time. Jen is a self-taught forecaster and chaser and is committed to bringing her learnings to empower and inspire others to pursue their own joys of the sky. Her work has since been featured in The Washington Post and on NBC, Good Morning America & The Today Show.She holds a B.A. in Environmental Communication and an M.S. in Technical Journalism & Communication, and spent the first 17 years of her career working with scientists, engineers, urban planners and other technical experts to craft communication strategies for effective climate change and science communication. She brought her deep experience as a communications expert - and her understanding of what it was like working in highly technical fields as a woman - to create the GWC concept and find new ways to address systemic gender disparity issues and enact culture change. Listen to Jen's full story on the Second Act Success Podcast.​​SHOW NOTES FOR THIS EPISODE:https://secondactsuccess.co/36CONNECT with Jen Walton:Jen, storm chaser & photographer:Twitter: @mejenwaltonIG: @trailblazinmavenWebsite : www.jenniferawalton.comGirls Who Chase:Twitter: @girlswhochaseIG: @girlswhochaseWebsite: www.girlswhochase.comREVIEW THE PODCAST:Your review would mean the world to us! REVIEW THE PODCAST. (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/second-act-success/id1617274364)SHARE THE INSPIRATION:Share the podcast with friends to help spread the inspiration! secondactsuccess.co/podcast LEARN MORE AND SUBSCRIBE:To learn more about the show visit http://www.secondactsuccess.co, and please subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss an episode.LET'S CONNECT!Connect with our host Shannon Russell and the Second Act Success Team:Facebook | Instagram | Website ------Grab the FREE Second Act Blueprint to help on your journey to second act success. https://secondactsuccess.coInstagram - https://instagram.com/secondactsuccessFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/secondactsuccess.coAll the latest - https://linktr.ee/secondactsuccess ...

The Book Marketing Action Podcast
#103: Fiction Book Marketing Strategies for Nonfiction Authors

The Book Marketing Action Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 28:28


This episode is about the creative ways fiction authors are marketing their books and how nonfiction authors can utilize the same strategies. Becky is joined by http://www.christinakann.com (Christina Kann)—Co-Owner and Communications Director for https://www.wildlingpress.com (Wildling Press)—who discusses her work in the world, the mission of Wildling Press, the best marketing approaches that fiction authors are using, the challenges most authors face when it comes to marketing their books, and the importance of having an authentic social media presence.  During the episode, Christina shares:   About herself and the work of Wildling Press. The types of books that are acquired and published at Wildling Press. The convergence between people with marginalized voices and the types of stories they can tell through Science Fiction and Fantasy novels. Some of the best book marketing approaches that authors of Science Fiction and Fantasy are using. What authors can do to get more creative with video, even if they don't like being on camera. The challenges that fiction—and nonfiction—authors are facing as they think about marketing.  Her message to authors who refuse to market their work. Other best practices that authors can try out on social media. Which authors do a good job of showing up authentically on social media. How an author who isn't extremely famous can still engage their followers in anticipation of their next novel. How authenticity has played a role in her own journey.  How her posts “stay real.” For our show notes, including action steps and resources, visit: https://weavinginfluence.com/?p=39916 (https://weavinginfluence.com/podcast/episode-103-fiction-book-marketing-strategies/) Please feel free to send a message to Becky at becky@weavinginfluence.com to share your thoughts!

The Next Greatest Thing
What makes a cooperative a cooperative?

The Next Greatest Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 30:44


In celebration of Cooperative Appreciation Month, it's important to answer the question, "What exactly is a cooperative?" Barbara sits down with former guest Rob Roedel, AECC Marketing and Communications Director to help answer that question. 

Complete Service-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

“Living with the Trouble” Sunday, October 30, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream The saga of our relationship with the nightly raccoons, as a metaphor for learning to live with the troubles in life. Rev. Margot Campbell Gross, Minister Emerita; Daniel Jackoway, Worship Associate; Reiko Oda Lane, Organist; UUSF Choir; Mark Sumner, Music Director; Ben Rudiak-Gould, Soloist; Laurel Sprigg, Soloist Jackson Munn, Camera; Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Dan Barnard, Facilities Manager; Judy Payne, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher

Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

“Living with the Trouble” Sunday, October 30, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream The saga of our relationship with the nightly raccoons, as a metaphor for learning to live with the troubles in life. Rev. Margot Campbell Gross, Minister Emerita; Daniel Jackoway, Worship Associate; Reiko Oda Lane, Organist; UUSF Choir; Mark Sumner, Music Director; Ben Rudiak-Gould, Soloist; Laurel Sprigg, Soloist Jackson Munn, Camera; Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Dan Barnard, Facilities Manager; Judy Payne, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher

Do Politics Better Podcast
Speaking to Speaker Moore's Communications Director Demi Dowdy

Do Politics Better Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 48:34


Demi Dowdy is the Communications Director for House Speaker Tim Moore, a job that often has her in the room where it happens and working with journalists in the NC Capitol Press Corps to get the story told to the public.   The first generation Cuban-American also talks about her career advocating for conservative causes, including her work for the Civitas Institute (now merged with the John Locke Foundation), and her hopes and aspirations for the Republican Party. Skye and Brian unpack a pair of polls showing Ted Budd edging out Cheri Beasley in the U.S. Senate race while the congressional race between Wiley Nickel and Bo Hines seems to be knotted.  They also tick through swing NC Senate and NC House races, including an odd rumor circulating this week about the Bobby Hanig-Valerie Jordan race.   Plus, Unsubstantiated Rumors, Tweet of the Week, celebrity endorsements, and more.   The Do Politics Better podcast is sponsored by New Frame, the NC Travel Industry Association, and the NC Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association.   

Voices of Oklahoma
Joyce Jackson

Voices of Oklahoma

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 129:22


Joyce Jackson was in Junior High School when she became part of the Katz Drugstore sit-in in 1958, the beginning of a movement that contributed to race relations reform in Oklahoma.Joyce was the first black woman on television in Oklahoma at KOCO 5, Oklahoma City, becoming an award-winning broadcast journalist, producer and talk show host.In 1982 she began a career in the Oklahoma Department of Justice as a public relations officer until 1997 when she left the agency to become the Communications Director for the Illinois Department of Corrections. She returned to the Oklahoma Department of Corrections as the Executive Communications Administrator in 2005.Joyce also worked as a professional model for 20 years and was the owner of a modeling/charm school.She retired from the Oklahoma Department of Corrections in 2014 after 24 years of service.See more on our website: https://voicesofoklahoma.com/interviews/jackson-joyce/

Covenant Church - West Lafayette, Indiana
Sermon Discussion - God's Gift of His Son

Covenant Church - West Lafayette, Indiana

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 24:32


Most Wednesdays, our Communications Director, Michelle Leichty, hosts a Facebook Live discussion with the preaching pastor from the previous Sunday. Visit our Facebook page to join us live on Wednesdays around noon: https://www.facebook.com/covenantepc Be sure to follow our Facebook page for notifications of when we go live!

FP Podcast
Who is First Priority and who makes it run?

FP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 27:01


FP Podcast hosts Steve Cherrico and Brad Schelling meet with Kristina Sears, Susan Cagna, and Janice Blanchett to talk about who First Priority is and who keeps First Priority running everyday. Brad Schelling is the Director of Ministry Operations at First Priority of America, Steve Cherrico is the Executive Director of FP Greater Nashville as well as a Regional Manager for FPoA. Kristina is the Systems and Communications Director, Janice Blanchett is the Executive Assistant and Bookkeeper, and Susan Cagna is the Resource and Event Coordinator. You can read more about them here: https://firstpriority.club/about-us/staff-and-board

Fly on the Wall
Xochitl Hinojosa: "You Can Do a Lot of Good in Federal Government"

Fly on the Wall

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 33:26


This week the flies sat down with Xochitl Hinojosa, former Senior Advisor and Communications Director for the DNC and the current Managing Director for Bully Pulpit. Xochitl shared her expertise on what's exactly at stake with the current midterm elections as well as the current political crisis against women. There is a lot of buzz swarming about this episode so you definitely don't want to miss out! Listen now!

Breaking Through Glass Ceilings With Brian H.
The Universe Won't Give You Something Until You Are Ready for It (Featuring Krishana Davis)

Breaking Through Glass Ceilings With Brian H.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 49:24


Krishana Davis is an expert in all things media. She joins me this week and discusses attending Morgan State University and majoring in Political Science while minoring in Print Journalism (3:22). After college landing jobs in hometown of Baltimore at The Afro and The Baltimore Sun (10:48) and transitioning to Communications Director for a mayoral candidate (18:55). Later she shares how that propelled her career to communications management and why it is important to learn paid media (28:00). She finishes this conversation with a few important gems including figuring out who you are outside of your career (35:20). Subscribe to her YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/KrissyDoll09/featured Purchase a Breaking Through Glass Ceilings T-Shirt: https://bit.ly/BTGCShirts Apple: http://bit.ly/BGBW1AP Spotify http://bit.ly/BGBWSP1 Anchor http://bit.ly/BGBWAnchor iHeart Radio http://bit.ly/BWPIHR Google http://bit.ly/BGBWGP Pandora http://bit.ly/BGBWPandora --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/brianhwaters/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brianhwaters/support

Complete Service-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

“What Fuels These Fools?” Sunday, October 23, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream What makes Fools “faithful”? More than anything it is a willingness to hang in there, even when it seems like not much is changing. Futility, rather than fuel, seems to be what's on people's minds these days, but the Fools are committed to the faithfulness of fidelity and steadiness, keeping on even when it seems rather ridiculous to do so. Carmen Barsody and Sam Dennison, two long-time Faithful Fools, bring us their reflections on what it takes to keep on keepin' on. As Faithful Fools ready to celebrate 25 years of reflection and engagement, and Carmen and Sam will share their 25th year questions and insights with us. Carmen Barsody; Sam Dennison; Dennis Adams, Worship Associate; Mark Sumner, Pianist; Richard Fey, Songleader; Rosalie Alfonso, Percussionist; Jon Silk, Drummer; Bill Klingelhoffer, Percussionist; Michael Yamashita, Hula; Ka'ala Carmack, Pianist, Vocals and Ukulele Eric Shackelford, Camera; Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Kelvin Jones, Sexton; Carrie Steere-Salazar, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher

Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

“What Fuels These Fools?” Sunday, October 23, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream What makes Fools “faithful”? More than anything it is a willingness to hang in there, even when it seems like not much is changing. Futility, rather than fuel, seems to be what's on people's minds these days, but the Fools are committed to the faithfulness of fidelity and steadiness, keeping on even when it seems rather ridiculous to do so. Carmen Barsody and Sam Dennison, two long-time Faithful Fools, bring us their reflections on what it takes to keep on keepin' on. As Faithful Fools ready to celebrate 25 years of reflection and engagement, and Carmen and Sam will share their 25th year questions and insights with us. Carmen Barsody; Sam Dennison; Dennis Adams, Worship Associate; Mark Sumner, Pianist; Richard Fey, Songleader; Rosalie Alfonso, Percussionist; Jon Silk, Drummer; Bill Klingelhoffer, Percussionist; Michael Yamashita, Hula; Ka'ala Carmack, Pianist, Vocals and Ukulele Eric Shackelford, Camera; Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Kelvin Jones, Sexton; Carrie Steere-Salazar, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher

Women Thriving in Business
Episode 704: Why Parental Leave Leadership Matters | Amy Beacom & Sue Campbell

Women Thriving in Business

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 48:36


Your life including your responsibilities and daily routine changes the moment you become a parent. It's not an easy task to take care of a child, as it comes with sleepless nights and requires a significant amount of energy, emotional commitment, and a great deal of patience. The adjustment to parenthood can be challenging, especially during the first year.  During that time, many parents need support from their family, friends, and most importantly, their employers. The transition to being a working parent is challenging to navigate, and it is so important to have support from your company or organization. Despite the well-known benefits associated with parental leave for both employees and employers, many organizations have not yet adopted parental leave policies. Parental leave contributes to the healthy development of children,  improves the health of mothers, and increases the economic security of families. . This benefit allows parents to return to their organization with their most productive selves, which in turn increases overall participation in the workforce. In this episode, we are joined by Amy Beacom and Sue Campbell from the Center for Parental Leave Leadership (CPLL), the first consultancy in the United States that primarily focuses on parental leave. Dr. Amy Beacom is the Founder and CEO of the Center and is the United States' premier expert on the personal and professional interplay around parental leave for employers and employees. Sue Campbell is the Communications Director for the Center and is a writer, author, and coach. Her work is often focused on issues important to parents.Dr. Amy Beacom and Sue Campbell authored a book called The Parental Leave Playbook: Ten Touchpoints to Transition Smoothly, Strengthen your Family, and Continue Growing your Career that aims to “help parents take control of their leave and make the most of what's considered a career time-out, but is actually a vital “time-in” for your life."Listen to our conversation as Amy and Sue share with us their practical tips and advice about creating the best possible parental leave experience within a broken system. Their guidance is based on Amy's doctoral research and their collective work with Fortune 100 companies to improve parental leave policies and programs.Listen to Episode 704 to learn more!Thriving Points:The mission is to really make sure that everyone in this country, regardless of their role or their level of job has a paid and supported parental leave process. - Amy BeacomIf we can nurture and support parents through this process, they just become these rock stars on the other side of it.  If we can sell them on that message, train the managers on how to support the parents. This is just going to go so far into improving parental leave culture and the country as a whole. - Sue CampbellAbout the Show:     Women Thriving in Business features candid unscripted conversations with entrepreneurs, business experts, authors, and academics aimed at contributing to business success. This weekly show provides interviews with business leaders who have built, grown, and are thriving in business. Nikki A. Rogers, host of the show, also discusses achievements, lessons learned, and advice for aspiring business owners to develop the mindset, strategies, and connections necessary to thrive in business. Whether you are just starting or you have been in business for decades, WTiB offers inspiration, strategies, and resources to help you THRIVE in business.Connect with Nikki:LinkedInInstagramYoutube

Covenant Church - West Lafayette, Indiana
Sermon Discussion - Live a Life of Love

Covenant Church - West Lafayette, Indiana

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 30:36


Most Wednesdays, our Communications Director, Michelle Leichty, hosts a Facebook Live discussion with the preaching pastor from the previous Sunday. Visit our Facebook page to join us live on Wednesdays around noon: https://www.facebook.com/covenantepc Be sure to follow our Facebook page for notifications of when we go live!

Mark Reardon Show
Does Joe Biden think we don't notice his energy faliures?

Mark Reardon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 34:44


Hour 2: Sue brings you today's Sue's News! Then, the Communications Director for Power the Future Larry Behrens joins the Mark Reardon Show to discuss his latest op-ed in the Daily Caller, where he suggests that Joe Biden thinks we are too dumb to notice his energy falures. Later, Mark covers the distrust of Main Stream Video.

WPKN Community Radio
Between The Lines - 10/19/22 @2022 Squeaky Wheel Productions. All Rights Reserved.

WPKN Community Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 29:00


* After Last January 6th House Committee Hearing Trump Continues to Escape Accountability; Sarah Kendzior author and co-host of the Gaslit Nation weekly podcast; Producer: Scott Harris. * Republicans Propose Policies That Would Weaken or End Social Security and Medicare; Linda Benesch, Communications Director with Social Security Works; Producer: Scott Harris. * Volunteers Provide Assistance to Asylum Seekers Used as Political Props by GOP Governors; Kate Sugarman, MD, is a family physician in Washington, DC; Producer: Melinda Tuhus.

Real Organic Podcast
Lisa Stokke: Food Democracy Now! And Forever

Real Organic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 48:38 Very Popular


#086: We caught up with Lisa Stokke, the co-founder of the heavy-hitting nonprofit Food Democracy Now! back in 2018, when she shared what went into organizing the GMO labeling efforts and ballot initiatives that launched a powerful and important food movement. Lisa Stokke is the co-founder of Food Democracy Now! and founder and Executive Director of Next 7, and organization focused on helping the world thrive into the next 7 generations. Lisa also serves as the Communications Director for the Bionutrient Institute. To watch a video version of this podcast with access to the full transcript and links relevant to our conversation, please visit:https://www.realorganicproject.org/lisa-stokke-food-democracy-now-episode-eighty-sixThe Real Organic Podcast is hosted by Dave Chapman and Linley Dixon, engineered by Brandon StCyr, and edited and produced by Jenny Prince.The Real Organic Project is a farmer-led movement working towards certifying 1,000 farms across the United States this year. Our add-on food label distinguishes soil-grown fruits and vegetables from hydroponically-raised produce, and pasture-raised meat, milk, and eggs from products harvested from animals in horrific confinement (CAFOs - confined animal feeding operations).To find a Real Organic farm near you, please visit:https://www.realorganicproject.org/farmsWe believe that the organic standards, with their focus on soil health, biodiversity, and animal welfare were written as they should be, but that the current lack of enforcement of those standards is jeopardizing the ability for small farms who adhere to the law to stay in business. The lack of enforcement is also jeopardizing the overall health of the customers who support the organic movement; customers who are not getting what they pay for at market but still paying a premium price. And the lack of enforcement is jeopardizing the very cycles (water, air, nutrients) that Earth relies upon to provide us all with a place to live, by pushing extractive, chemical agriculture to the forefront.If you like what you hear and are feeling inspired, we would love for you to join our movement by becoming one of our 1,000  Real Friends:https://www.realorganicproject.org/real-organic-friends/To read our weekly newsletter (which might just be the most forwarded newsletter on the internet!) and get firsthand news about what's happening with organic food, farming and policy, please subscribe here:https://www.realorganicproject.org/email/

The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris
Marc Lotter, Communications Director for The America First Policy Institute discusses Republican momentum heading into the midterms and the issues the Democrats in power are not addressing.

The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 8:12


The momentum is with the Republicans for the 2022 midterms and the Democrats are reeling under Biden.

Woman's Hour
Choreographer Jasmin Vardimon, Behind the Rage with Deeyah Khan, Met Police report, Motorcycling

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 58:05


Jasmin Vardimon is one of the UK's leading choreographers and was awarded an MBE for services to dance in the late Queen's final birthday honours list in June. This month Jasmin is bringing ALiCE - a new interpretation of Lewis Carroll's classic Alice in Wonderland - to the Sadler's Wells. She is also opening a purpose-built dance centre in Kent where the Jasmin Vardimon Company will be based. She joins Jessica to talk about her work. Deeyah Khan is an Emmy, Bafta and Peabody winning filmmaker. Deeyah's films have previously covered topics such as abortion in America, white supremacy, and why people become terrorists. Her latest film looks at domestic violence in the United States, hearing from voices rarely heard on the topic, the men who perpetrate violence towards their partners. Deeyah joins Jessica. Baroness Casey's interim report into the Metropolitan Police's disciplinary procedures has found that hundreds of Met police officers have been getting away with misconduct and even breaking the law. The new Met Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley has today called for officers to be sacked, after the report found that their internal disciplinary system is racist and misogynist, and allegations of sexual misconduct or discrimination are less likely to result in a case to answer than other claims. It also found that repeat misconduct offenders have remained in post, with just 13 out of 1,809 officers with more than one case against them being sacked since 2013. Jessica speaks to Shabnam Chaudri, formerly a Detective Superintendent with the Metropolitan Police. Membership of the Women's International Motorcycle Association has increased by 50% in the last two years. And the world's largest all-female biker meet took place in Leicestershire this summer, with over 1,500 women in attendance. But why is the number of female motorcyclists accelerating? Jessica talks to Karina Artun AKA Bike Like a Mum on Instagram, who started learning to ride in lockdown, and Sheonagh Ravensdale, Communications Director of the British Motorcyclists Federation. Women are selling sex to cope with the cost of living crisis, according to the English Collective of Prostitutes who have seen call levels to their helpline rise by a third in the last few months. Many women are turning to sex work for the first time, while others are returning, having left it behind. Pregnant Then Screwed have also been contacted by women in a similar position. Jessica speaks to a sex worker called Evie and Niki Adams of the English Collective of Prostitutes, a network of sex workers and supporters campaigning for the decriminalisation of prostitution.

Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

“Being Alive” Sunday, October 16, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream For months we struggled with the confinement required to avoid Covid, then the numbers went down and we began to move around again. Some said it felt 'Alive' again. What does being alive mean now that many of us now have more freedom? Rev. David Sammons, Minister Emeritus; Wonder Dave, Worship Associate; Reiko Oda Lane, Organist; UUSF Choir; Mark Sumner, Music Director; Wm. García Ganz, Pianist Shulee Ong, Camera; Jackson Munn, Camera; Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Remigio Flood, Sexton; Kelvin Jones, Sexton; Carrie Steere-Salazar, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher; Ralph Fenn, Les James, Tom Brookshire, Zoom Coffee Hour

Complete Service-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

“Being Alive” Sunday, October 16, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream For months we struggled with the confinement required to avoid Covid, then the numbers went down and we began to move around again. Some said it felt 'Alive' again. What does being alive mean now that many of us now have more freedom? Rev. David Sammons, Minister Emeritus; Wonder Dave, Worship Associate; Reiko Oda Lane, Organist; UUSF Choir; Mark Sumner, Music Director; Wm. García Ganz, Pianist Shulee Ong, Camera; Jackson Munn, Camera; Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Remigio Flood, Sexton; Kelvin Jones, Sexton; Carrie Steere-Salazar, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher; Ralph Fenn, Les James, Tom Brookshire, Zoom Coffee Hour

The Produce Moms Podcast
EP236 Eating with Dignity: A Conversation with Food Forward I The Produce Moms

The Produce Moms Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 42:23


Food Forward is a Southern California nonprofit organization that “rescues” fresh local produce. The organization's mission is to “harvest food, fight hunger and build community.” The volunteer-driven organization is dedicated to food justice and eliminating hunger in communities.  The Produce Moms caught up with Food Forward's founder and executive director, Rick Nahmias, and Communications Director, Nkemdilim Nwosu. To keep up with the latest in the produce industry, be sure to follow The Produce Moms on all of your favorite platforms, including our blog, Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok accounts. You can also watch The Produce Moms Podcast here.

The Bill Press Pod
A Travelogue from the Republican Road to Hell

The Bill Press Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 36:57


Tim Miller is an outspoken Never-Trumper. He writes like he talks and his recent book, Why We Did It: A Travelogue from the Republican Road to Hell is by turns engaging, enraging and, sometimes, just sad, as he explores the human wreckage caused by Donald Trump. Miller is an MSNBC analyst, writer-at-large for The Bulwark, and host of “Not My Party” on Snapchat. Tim was Communications Director for Jeb Bush's 2016 presidential campaign and spokesman for the Republican National Committee during Mitt Romney's 2012 campaign. He has since left the GOP.Today Bill shines a light on Congressman Tim Ryan who is running to flip a Senate seat in increasingly Red Ohio. While the GOP donors have recently poured in $30,000.000 to rescue JD Vance, the Democratic establishment has been stingy with support for Tim. This race is very winnable and at the moment, Ryan is slightly ahead of Vance in the polls. But he needs cash to finish strong. Please send what you can to TimForOH.com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Jim Bohannon
Jim Bohannon Show 10-07-22

Jim Bohannon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 105:53


Guests: Andre DiMino, Communications Director of the Italian American One Voice Coalition, On to discuss Columbus Day. Katie Porter Baney, Director of Government Affairs for the U.S. Concealed Carry Association, On to discuss the 2022 midterms and gun rights. And ... Your thoughts on the latest in the news.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sermons-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

“Whose Land Is This?” Sunday, October 9, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream Woody Guthrie sang, “This land is your land, this land is my land, from California to the Gulf Stream waters.” Yet Indigenous Peoples' Day, observed on the second Monday of October (but not as a holiday), suggests that we acknowledge the unceded rights of this continent's first peoples. Doing so might even shed light on some of our society's deepest problems. John Buehrens is both our past Senior Minister and a former President of the UUA. He will also reflect on his recent visit to Alaska, where descendants of the Inuit, Aleut, Athabascan, Tlingit, and other peoples constitute 22% of the population. Rev. John Buehrens, Preacher; Daniel Jackoway, Worship Associate; Reiko Oda Lane, Organist; UUSF Choir; Mark Sumner, Music Director; Wm. García Ganz, Pianist; Rosalie Alfonso, Percussionist; Ka'ala Carmack, Ukulele Shulee Ong, Camera; Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Thomas Brown, Sexton; Amy Kelly, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher; Ralph Fenn, Les James, Tom Brookshire, Zoom Coffee Hour

Complete Service-First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco

“Whose Land Is This?” Sunday, October 9, 10:50 am, Worship Service Livestream Woody Guthrie sang, “This land is your land, this land is my land, from California to the Gulf Stream waters.” Yet Indigenous Peoples' Day, observed on the second Monday of October (but not as a holiday), suggests that we acknowledge the unceded rights of this continent's first peoples. Doing so might even shed light on some of our society's deepest problems. John Buehrens is both our past Senior Minister and a former President of the UUA. He will also reflect on his recent visit to Alaska, where descendants of the Inuit, Aleut, Athabascan, Tlingit, and other peoples constitute 22% of the population. Rev. John Buehrens, Preacher; Daniel Jackoway, Worship Associate; Reiko Oda Lane, Organist; UUSF Choir; Mark Sumner, Music Director; Wm. García Ganz, Pianist; Rosalie Alfonso, Percussionist; Ka'ala Carmack, Ukulele Shulee Ong, Camera; Jonathan Silk, Communications Director; Joe Chapot, Live Chat Moderator; Thomas Brown, Sexton; Amy Kelly, Flowers; Linda Messner, Head Usher; Ralph Fenn, Les James, Tom Brookshire, Zoom Coffee Hour

Intergenerational Politics
159: GenZ Panel

Intergenerational Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 51:55


Jill and Victor are joined by a power panel of Gen Z-ers: Maxwell Frost who is poised to be the first Gen Z member of Congress, Sam Lawerence running for state legislature in Ohio, Marianna Pecora who serves as Communications Director at Voters of Tomorrow, and Ray Reed a Gen Z activist. They talk about what Gen Z means and what it will take to get Generation Z and young voters to the polls in November.  Get More From Maxwell Frost:  Maxwell Frost for Congress | Twitter | Facebook Get More From Sam Lawrence:   Sam Lawrence for Ohio Website | Twitter | TikTok Get More From Marianna Pecora:  Voters of Tomorrow | Getting kicked by Marjorie Taylor Greene | Twitter Get More From Ray Reed:  Twitter | Instagram Get More From Victor and Jill Jill Wine-Banks: Twitter | Facebook | Website | Author of The Watergate Girl: My Fight For Truth & Justice Against A Criminal President | iGen Politics Victor Shi: Twitter |Medium | Blog w/Jill Wine-Banks |  Former Biden Delegate: @Bideninaugural | iGen Politics Email iGen Politics at igp@politicon.com or tweet using #iGenPolitics.

Canton Church
Between The Sundays | Dr. William Lamb and Other Stuff

Canton Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 20:48


In this episode Pastor Jeremy sits down with our gKids Pastor, Madeline Hale, and our Communications Director, Garret Snyder, to discuss this past Sunday's message, our heart for kids ministry, and one or our favorite series of the year.

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine
Designing Better Wine Sales w/ Katherine Cole & Jon Krauss, Vin Agency

XChateau - Navigating the Business of Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 31:56


“Wine is an emotional sale, not a rational one.” according to Katherine Cole, Communications Director of Vin Agency, making storytelling and the immersive nature of web design critical for DTC wine sales, according to Katherine and Jon Krauss, Creative Director of Vin Agency. They explain how website design can improve brand messaging and create more DTC sales by making websites discoverable, drawing the consumer in, and making it easy to purchase once the thirst is built.  Detailed Show Notes: Jon's background - founded Vin in 2009Katherine's background - “recovering wine journalist,” has written 5 books, was a wine journalist for the Oregonian Newspaper, hosts The Four Top podcastVin is a creative agency and brand consultancy for wineriesThe core focus is custom website designWinery focus gives Vin deep expertise in the spaceSearch Engine Optimization (“SEO”) - how people find a websiteHas technical elements - e.g., meta descriptions, site maps - Vin uses WordPress that has plug-ins to make this easierHas communication elements - using SEO keywords (e.g., Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir) and being strategic around where the terms appear (e.g., in headlines, the size of the words, where they appear on the page)E.g., Hibou - re-launched their website Sept 2021, pageviews went up >400%, new site visitors up >200% (shows SEO working), and average session duration up >140% (showing the storytelling is working)Wine is more of an emotional purchase, less rationale, so more immersive website experiences are powerfulE.g., Casino Mile Ranch - didn't have solid website engagement and wasn't getting their story across; after the website re-launch, customers have kept coming back to the siteE-commerce design is critical for wine websitesE.g., Seavey Vineyards - their e-commerce was awkward and difficult to navigate (they use WineDirect); Vin re-designed it using WordPress, and it now drills into products to see different formats (e.g., magnums, etc.) and vintages leading to +80% increase in large format salesThe ability to customize checkout flow depends on the e-comm vendor (Commerce 7 and Offset/Figure are Vin's favorites for this, Offset particularly for allocated wineries)New technologies, e.g., chat boxes and texting, can improve performance but depends on the type of wineryE.g., Silt sales rocketed up when they launched a new website in conjunction with text messaging which linked to the siteVisitation/hospitality best practicesImmersing visitors to the feeling of being at the wineryHaving photography without people in it helps people imagine that they are in itWebsite costsIt can range from $5-100k depending on the size of the winery and the scope of the website, and the normal range is ~$12-30kSome sites can be built over timeBetter to start with a wine-focused developer, people who try non-wine template sites often come to Vin because their e-commerce doesn't work properlyHighest ROI areasEliminate dead ends on the site for the path to purchaseCreate a call to action at the bottom of each pageWebsite trends for wineriesSome language cues being used with consumer psychology in mind, e.g., “discover” vs. “home page”Scroll animationDrone videos and videos in more creative ways“Photography will never go out of style” some luxury wineries use immersive art photography Get access to library episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.