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The Do Gooders Podcast
135: What the red kettle symbolizes with Major Ken Perine and Kathy Lovin

The Do Gooders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 27:02


You've no doubt seen a Salvation Army red kettle—maybe you've seen one already this Christmas season. It is an iconic part of The Salvation Army and of Christmastime itself. What started in 1891 with one creative Salvation Army officer or pastor wanting to provide a free Christmas dinner in San Francisco, has spread around the world. Today, public contributions to the kettles in the U.S. enable The Salvation Army to assist more than 31 million people in need during the holiday season and throughout the year. It's a truly unique face-to-face touchpoint that gives us a chance to connect with our community and remind them The Salvation Army is at work in their neighborhood. Major Ken Perine is the Administrator and Pastor for The Salvation Army in Spokane—with nine major programs from a church and community center with an afterschool program and league sports center, to three foster care programs, three shelters for families and adults experiencing homelessness, the largest food bank in Spokane County and a camp. The Salvation Army in Spokane impacts some 100,000 people a year. And every year, the corps manages a kettle effort, putting out 68 kettles each Christmas and bringing in more than $430,000 in kettle donations. Kathy Lovin is the Public Affairs and Communications Manager for The Salvation Army in the western U.S. And you may remember her from Episode 120 of this show where she shared six tips for tough conversations. They're both on the show today to share their own kettle experience and their take on why kettles are so critical to The Salvation Army. EPISODE SHOWNOTES: Read more. WHAT'S YOUR CAUSE? Take our quiz. STUDY SCRIPTURE. Get inside the collection. GATHER WITH CARING MOMS. Join the group. BE INSPIRED. Follow us on Instagram. FIGHT FOR GOOD. Give to The Salvation Army.

Newstalk Breakfast Highlights
Are we prepared for increased travel over Christmas period?

Newstalk Breakfast Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 5:11


Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary has said he is “very concerned” that Dublin Airport may not have enough security staff for the Christmas period - meaning queues, delays and airport chaos may be inevitable this festive season. Shane and Ciara spoke to the Editor of Air and Travel Magazine, Eoghan Corry, and also chatted about Irish Rail Christmas schedules Communications Manager with Iarnrod Eireann, Barry Kenny.

Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast
Are we prepared for increased travel over Christmas period?

Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 5:11


Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary has said he is “very concerned” that Dublin Airport may not have enough security staff for the Christmas period - meaning queues, delays and airport chaos may be inevitable this festive season. Shane and Ciara spoke to the Editor of Air and Travel Magazine, Eoghan Corry, and also chatted about Irish Rail Christmas schedules Communications Manager with Iarnrod Eireann, Barry Kenny.

Write Your Legend
How To Create Better Matches and Results with OK Cupid Global Communications Manager, Michael Kaye and Apollonia Ponti

Write Your Legend

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 22:16


Elevated Man Podcast with Apollonia Ponti  How To Create Better Matches and Results with OK Cupid Global Communications Manager, Michael Kaye and Apollonia Ponti In today's podcast, Apollonia Ponti is joined by a special guest, Michael Kaye, a global communications manager on the popular dating app OK Cupid. Michael Kaye will give you an inside look at how to properly navigate OK Cupid, he will give you tips on how to find a proper date. With Michael Kaye's help, you might be able to find the date that you are looking for! Micheal Kaye knows that online dating is hard, he has seen and experienced this himself, and now will like to share his tricks with you!  3:00 - What is cuffing season?  7:45 - Having trouble with dating apps. 16:02 - What happens if your report someone on OK Cupid?  Get more Michael Kaye on:  Instagram Be a part of the membership community!  Membership! Free eBook: 7 Common Mistakes Men Make When Attracting a Woman Follow Apollonia On:  Instagram  Facebook    Youtube   Website  Listen and Subscribe to the Write Your Legend Podcast with Apollonia Ponti on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and the CLNS Media Network mobile app

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
Graffitti on Table Mountain (and what's being done about it)

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 7:11


Guest: Jon Friedman is the Media and Communications Manager at SANParks, and he joins Amy to discuss the problem of graffiti on Table Mountain. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KRDO Newsradio 105.5 FM • 1240 AM • 92.5 FM
Lisa Haight Communications Manager & Historian at Pikes Peak International Hill Climb - November 28, 2022 - KRDO's Midday Edition

KRDO Newsradio 105.5 FM • 1240 AM • 92.5 FM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 6:22


The 101st Running of the iconic Race to the Clouds will take place on Sunday, June 25, 2023, with early morning practice sessions held Tuesday through Friday the same week. Tickets are available online beginning December 1.

SA Today with Jennie Lenman
1654: Education Insider- Adapting to a New World Following COVID

SA Today with Jennie Lenman

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 8:06


Schools and families have had to pivot and adapt significantly to changes in recent years. Most notably, the COVID-19 pandemic and associated restrictions have changed the way educators and students approach learning and socialising. In a region not averse to future challenges like River Murray flooding, mosquito-borne diseases and bushfires, how can we learn and continue to adapt? Our Education Insider Erin Scammell, former educator and current Communications Manager at Unity College, joins the Head of the Junior School, Sally Blatchford, in the studio with Jennie.

The Bobby Bones Show
(Mon Early Bird) Scam Alert: Someone Is Claiming to Be Bobby's Communications Manager + Lunchbox Spills The Tea On Eddie With A Secret Recording + Mailbag: Relationship Advice For Hunting Season

The Bobby Bones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 31:55


Someone on Instagram is claiming to be Bobby's Communications Manager. Find out how they are trying to scam people and if Bobby even knows who this person is. Plus, Lunchbox secretly recorded Eddie doing something at work, and he brings the proof to spill the tea on him. Hear what it is and how Eddie defends himself. Mailbag: A listener needs advice on how to handle her relationship with her husband during hunting season because it always leads to arguments between them. He's always staying out for too long and late at night without giving her any updates. She wants to know if she has a right to be angry at his lack of consideration and advice to keep a healthy marriage during hunting season. We share our thoughts!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Business of Collaboration
(EuroSpaceHub) PODCAST about Analog Astronaut EMMPOL Mission Training for Students

Business of Collaboration

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 33:44


Today, your host is Serena Crotti, Communications Manager at Lunex EuroMoonMars. Our guest are the EMMPOL 11 mission crew Philippe Frering, Aerospace engineer (IPSA) France, Kiran Gautam, molecular biology (VUB) India, Sarah Solbiati, Biomedical engineer (Politecnico di Milano) Italy, Brent Reymen, Psychology space studies (KULeuven) Belgium and Serena Crotti, Integrated product design (Politecnico di Milano) […]

RSN Racing Pulse
Mick Floyd – Communications Manager Cranbourne Turf Club

RSN Racing Pulse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 5:16


Mick Floyd from Cranbourne Turf Club joins Racing Pulse looking ahead to Cranbourne Cup Day this Saturday Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

SA Today with Jennie Lenman
1646: Education Insider - Parent & Teacher Communication

SA Today with Jennie Lenman

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 9:19


It can be quite challenging for some parents and teachers to strike the right balance in communicating and having expectations met. For a chat about best practice, our education insider, Erin Scammell, Communications Manager at Unity College in Murray Bridge, joins Jennie Lenman, along with the school's Acting Principal, Christian Neumann.

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Return of quiet carriages on its Dublin-Cork route

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 2:58


Jane Cregan, Communications Manager with Iarnród Éireann, discusses the return of quiet carriages on its Dublin-Cork route.

Fraud Talk
Catching Up With the ACFE: Fraud Week 2022, Board of Regents Voting, and More _ Bruce Dorris, President and CEO _ Fraud Talk _ Episode 126

Fraud Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 23:32


International Fraud Awareness Week provides space to highlight fraud prevention and detection initiatives at companies around the world. Thousands of groups have pledged as Supporting Organizations over the past 22 years, with more doing their part ahead of Fraud Week 2022, held on November 13-19. Bruce Dorris, President and CEO at the ACFE, sits down with John Duffley, the ACFE's Communications Manager, to discuss how you can participate in Fraud Week, the annual ACFE Board of Regents voting cycle, and what lies ahead as the ACFE enters its 35th year. 

Positively Patty
AVOIDING HOLIDAY PROBLEMS WITH PETS

Positively Patty

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 10:55


Gooey gravy for Fido? A cooked chicken bone for Fifi???? NOOOOO... Tom Dock, Communications Manager for the Noah's Animal Hospitals talks to Patty about holiday hazards and your critters. Better safe than sorry....but also make sure to have your Vet's phone number on your refrigerator door, just in case!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Capital
Capital Intereconomía 11:00 a 12:00 31/10/2022

Capital

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 52:56


Los desayunos de Capital con Luis Fernando Rodríguez, CEO de Watch&Act. La hora de las Fintech con Salvador Molina, Presidente del Foro Ecofin; Kevin Koh Maier, Director de Inversión de Finizens; Paloma Casillas, Communications Manager de Revolut en España; Javier Castrillo, Founder & CIO en Starpay y con Rubén Merino Losada, Head of Open Platform en Imagin.

Fintech Underground by Alpaca
Diversity in Web3 #026

Fintech Underground by Alpaca

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 25:38


In episode 26 of Fintech Underground by Alpaca, we interviewed Diana O'gilvie, Communications Manager at Fimi Market. We talk about starting in web3 and the process of learning, what can we do to have more diversity in web3 and how to find your community.

Fort Worth Roots
Episode 107 "Biblioteca" Theresa Davis with The Fort Worth Public Library

Fort Worth Roots

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 61:38


At last! Our friend Theresa joins us at the Fort Worth Roots Studio for our first recording. Theresa Davis is the Communications Manager at Fort Worth Public Library and an integral part of the Amplify817 team. Find information on Amplify817 at www.amplify817.org . Theresa, thank you so much for making time for us!! You and your team are always welcome on the Fort Worth Roots Podcast. Catch the Fort Worth Roots Podcast and many of our friends this coming Sunday November the 6th at Pouring Glory for the Chili Cook-Off!! We will have live music, vendors, drink specials, and a bunch of puppies. Yeah that's right. Puppies!! It's going to be a good time. Bring a friend or make some when you get there. Fort Worth Roots needs your support. For as little as $4 a month you can feed a starving podcaster. Find our account on Patreon : patreon.com/fortworthrootsBut HEEEYY!! Even if supporting us with a monthly contribution isn't in the cards for you, I just want you to know that we appreciate you just listening to the show each week. So THANK YOU!!! A huge thank you to our sponsor'sRoofing Solutions by Darren Houk!Roofing Solutions can help with all your residential and commercial roofing needs. Roofing Solutions by Darren Houk islocally owned and operated. We are insured and have the experience to carry out most roofing projects.Roofing Solutions will work with you and your insurance company to get your roof replaced properly. We offer free  consultations to help you understand all the products that may have entered the marketplace since your last roof purchasesuch as Impact Resistant composition shingles. Energy Efficient roofing systems. Metal, Tile, and Slate options.Web Page: https://www.roofingsolutionshouk.com/Cell Phone : 817-882-6520Find Woodpost Metalworks online at www.woodpostmetalworks.comWoodpost Metalworks specializes in metal signs with/without LED backlighting, fence/gate repair and installation, light steel fabrication , industrial plasma cutting, and more! Use special code "Podcast817" at check out for 10% off.Find Houk Walker Originals online at www.houkwalker.comHoukWalker Originals was started by David Walker and Angela Houk Walker. They both have creative original ideas! David because using his lathe to create pens, bottle stoppers, bowls. David was taught to be a wood turner by his grandfather. Angela loves to paint, use a kiln for glass fusing and many other crafts.  Other things... Find all of Fort Worth Roots content by checking out the website, www.fortworthroots.com and all other social media platforms . YouTube vids to complement the audio that you find on all your podcast players can be found on our YouTube page... when I publish the episode. Some times the videos take a while... i work and stuff. Thank you for listening!!! Intro music provided with permission to use by Matt Novesky. Matt is the front man for the band Icarus Bell (https://icarusbellofficial.com/) ,Owner of Orb Recording Studios in Austin Texas ( www.orbrecordingstudios.com ), and is the bassist for the band Blue October out of Houston Texas (https://www.blueoctober.com/) The name of the song the intro was sampled from is: Bones by Icarus Bell. You can check Matt's band out on your favorite streaming service like Amazon music or Spotify. The YouTube version of Bones can be found at this link ( https://youtu.be/d9HLLrvsqi8 ) A HUGE thank you to Matt Novesky for the privilege to share some of your newest art on Fort Worth Roots. I am sincerely looking forward to future creations made by you and the Orb Recording Studios family. Thanks for checking out Fort Worth Roots. I hope you enjoy the show. As always, I'm constantly looking for feedback. For questions, comments, or to tell us who you think should be our next podcast guest, email us at media@fortworthroots.com #fortworthroots #interview #interviewpodcast #podcast #fortworthtexas #fortworthpodcast #dfwpodcast #andrewturner #smallbusiness #uspodcast #unitedstatespodcast #altitudegrove #varietypodcast #allthingspodcast #happylife #life #perspective

Social Pros Podcast
NE Ohio Regional Sewer District Is a Masterclass in Engagement

Social Pros Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 41:19


You wouldn't necessarily think much about the sewerage system that runs beneath your feet, or that a sewer district could be a powerhouse of engagement on social.   But this week's Social Pros guest, John Gonzalez, Communications Manager at Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District, is using personality to build strong human connections.   Huge thanks to our amazing sponsors for helping us make this happen. Please support them; we couldn't do it without their help! This week:  Salesforce Marketing Cloud  Full Episode Details   If you're not following Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District on Twitter, you're missing a trick. The organization has a following of over 35,000, which has grown through its unique and hilarious social approach.   We had to invite their Communications Manager, John Gonzalez, onto Social Pros to hear his top tips and tricks.  John explains the challenges he has faced in making a sewer district exciting on social and discusses how his job plays out day-to-day.  Plus, he reveals top tips on building human connection through adding personality to your content and staying on top of trends. If you're looking to grow a unique, relatable brand on social, you're in the right place.  In This Episode:  4:23 – Introducing John Gonzalez  5:40 – What is Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District?  6:30 – John outlines his role  8:39 – How John stays ‘human' on social  12:09 – Cultivating and nurturing a community of active followers  14:53 – Earning leaders' trust for a unique social approach  17:45 – Gaining freedom and creativity for social  22:39 – John's content creation process  25:35 – Did John always use Twitter?  26:45 – Does John ever switch off?!  27:56 – How NE Ohio Regional Sewer District approach other platforms?  30:14 – Creating social content without expectation  33:00 – John explains his campaign  39:23 – John Gonzalez's top tip for social pros  Resources  Get the new State of Marketing report for free from Salesforce  Schedule a consultation with ICUC  Grab your free Social Media Audit Bundle  Connect with John on LinkedIn  Follow John on Twitter  Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District website   Visit SocialPros.com for more insights from your favorite social media marketers. 

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Lisa is a proud wife and mother of two boys, ages 7 and 5, who lives just north of Boston, Massachusetts. She is an almost four-year Triple Negative Breast Cancer survivor and a former elementary school teacher who now devotes her time to help other young adults who are facing a cancer diagnosis. She does this through her work as the Marketing and Communications Manager for the Steven G. Cancer Foundation and Elephants and Tea Magazine, and through her podcast the "Don't Call it a Journey Podcast" (streaming on Apple Podcasts and Spotify). In her free time, she loves to write, cook, travel, and enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Connect with Lisa: elephantsandtea.com podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-dont-call-it-a-journey-podcast/id1595701117

Hack Your Own PR
Singapore Series: Jo Upcraft on the PR secrets small businesses need to master | Ep 56

Hack Your Own PR

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 33:38


With over 20 years of experience editing and writing content for international women's magazines, newspaper supplements and digital platforms in London, Dubai and Asia Jo Upcraft is the seasoned journalist every small business trying to leverage their brand in the media needs to hear from.  Today, Jo is the Communications Manager at ANZA (The Australian and New Zealand Association in Singapore), and the editor of ANZA magazine and digital. Her role includes providing communications for the business, editing the bi-monthly mag, writing and overseeing content across all digital platforms including the website and social media, and preparing advertising and marketing collateral for ANZA events.  In this episode Jo reminisces of starting her career when researching a story looked like sitting in a library for hours searching through piles of books, and stresses the value of knowing your publication and audience before pitching to a journalist.  Find Jo Upcraft online  https://www.linkedin.com/in/joupcraftcontent/  https://www.instagram.com/jupcraft/?hl=en  Find Lynda Williams online  https://www.hackyourownpr.sg  https://www.instagram.com/hackyourownpr.sg/  https://www.linkedin.com/in/lyndajw/ 

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
Equine Forum presented by TwinSpires - October 22nd 2022

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 179:53


Presented by TwinSpires. We wrap up Maryland Million Week with Grace Merryman from Anchor and Hope Farm and John Piassek, Communications Manager with Maryland Horse Breeders Association, Breeders' Cup CEO Drew Fleming discusses the return to Keeneland and the impact of Breeders' Cup on local businesses, Godolphin USA Director of Bloodstock, Michael Banahan, shares the incredible story of Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile contender Cody's Wish, 20 year old jockey Kylee Jordan, fresh off her leading rider title at Prairie Meadows, looks ahead to her first appearance in the Breeders' Cup with undefeated Iowa-bred Tyler's Tribe, TwinSpires/BRIS handicapper James Scully shares his TwinSpires Triple Play, Dale Romans & Tim Wilkin discuss the week's hottest topics on "I Ask, They Answer" presented by the University of Louisville Equine Industry Program in the College of Business, Plus, Kurt Becker's Stroll Through Racing History presented by Keeneland How to Throw the Ultimate Breeders' Cup Party | America's Best Racing (americasbestracing.net)

The KC Morning Show
Monday, October 17. 2022 - "One More Day"

The KC Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 21:04


Happy Monday From YOUR KC Morning Show!On the show today, Jordan Betts, Communications Manager at Charlie Hustle! Talking all things 1K For KC!Btw...KCMS20 for 20% off :)LINK: https://1kforkc.org/A Good Day To Be A Kansas Citian. Always.xoxo - @hartzell965, @holeyhearts, @kcmorningshow

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Oireachtas Committee recommends new legislation to improve welfare of dogs

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 4:19


Corina Fitzsimons, Communications Manager with Dogs Trust Ireland, says the legislation, if implemented, would hugely improve the welfare of dogs in Ireland.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Anthony Frith: communications manager for the National Emergency Management Agency on kiwis not being prepared for natural disasters

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 2:30


A wake-up call for New Zealanders, as extreme weather events become more common. A National Emergency Management Agency survey shows only two in five Kiwis feel well-prepared for a disaster. The 2022 Annual Disaster Preparedness Survey found while New Zealanders have a good understanding of natural disasters, it's not being followed through with action. Communications manager Anthony Frith says the problem is falling into the trap of complacency. "Whenever we have a large-scale event, such as the Canterbury earthquakes or the onset of the Covid pandemic, we see preparedness spike. Which is great, except it's the wrong way round. We'd like to see it spike before an emergency, not afterwards." LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tom Nelson
#25 - Michelle Stirling on going viral pushing back against fake science and fake consensus

Tom Nelson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 47:34


Michelle Stirling is the Communications Manager for Friends of Science Society. She has worked in marketing communications, advertising and film/video production most of her career. In 2005, she worked for a time at Alberta Environment as an Information Coordinator, the year that the Sierra Club gave Alberta an "F"...and Ontario a "B+". That jump-started her interested in climate change policies. Michelle was an op-ed writer for the Red Deer Advocate for several years, and has contributed articles to the Calgary Herald, Edmonton Journal, Troy Media and Medium. Several of her papers on 'consensus' thinking posted on the Social Science Research Network (SSRN) are in the top 10% of downloads. She is a member of the Canadian Association of Journalists and AAAS. Twitter: https://twitter.com/stirlingmg https://twitter.com/FriendsOScience Friends of Science: https://friendsofscience.org/ 30-second Friends of Science intro video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8kNBc14qXs 74-sec video: Climate Diversity is Our Strength - You have a right to dissent: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e47dpiu2EVs 97% consensus study: https://friendsofscience.org/assets/documents/97_Consensus_Myth.pdf Consensus Cake - Science is Not A Democracy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOQ7_IH2438 Here's a short video on the Doran and Zimmerman study: https://youtu.be/zgXWN05P_Zo Here's the "Infiltration" paper Michelle wrote, which includes the many comments of the Zimmerman Masters Thesis by those who emailed her: https://friendsofscience.org/assets/documents/Infiltration2015.pdf Here's the Prof. Vahrenholt book Michelle mentioned: https://www.amazon.ca/Neglected-Sun-Precludes-Climate-Catastrophe/dp/1934791547 Climate Intelligence (CLINTEL): https://clintel.org/ No climate emergency: Michelle reads the CLINTEL declaration (over 700k views): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GpVBH-HY5Ow A letter to Greta Thunberg (600k views): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9ZbSaL7JP0 —— Tom Nelson's Twitter: https://twitter.com/tan123 Substack: https://tomn.substack.com/ About Tom: https://tomnelson.blogspot.com/2022/03/about-me-tom-nelson.html Notes for climate skeptics: https://tomnelson.blogspot.com/2019/06/useful-notes-for-climate-skeptics.html ClimateGate emails: https://tomnelson.blogspot.com/p/climategate_05.html

BusinessWest & Healthcare News: Business & Health Talk Podcast
George Interviews Jennifer McGrath, communications manager at Six Flags New England

BusinessWest & Healthcare News: Business & Health Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 22:13


BusinessWest Editor George O'Brien has a lively discussion with Jennifer McGrath, communications manager at Six Flags New England in Agawam. The two discuss everything from the pandemic and its impact on the popular attraction to a surge in tourism this summer to the latest additions at the popular amusement park. It's all must listening, so join us for BusinessTalk, a podcast presented by BusinessWest  and sponsored by PeoplesBank.

Quietly Visible
How To Harness Your Introversion As Your Superpower At Job Or Promotional Interviews

Quietly Visible

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 35:01


Senior Marketing & Communications Manager, Libby Arnold, had listened to a recent episode in which I shared some techniques about helping introverted women to ace their next job or promotional interview. Libby gained some good insights and in this episode, as an aspiring C-level Marketing Executive, she shares her own story and experience. Libby sees herself as a woman who is on a never ending quest to harness her super power of introversion, which she believes allows her to listen fully, understand deeply and formulate great ideas. Her superpower of introversion also enables her to help others step out, discover their aspirations and thrive. About Libby Arnold In her role as a Senior Marketing & Communications Manager, Libby is head of marketing and communications for the Road Usage Charge (Government R&D) SaaS line at Azuga Inc, a Bridgestone Company in the US. Libby is an aspiring C-level Marketing Executive on a never ending quest to harness her super power of introversion. She believes quietness allows her to listen fully, understand deeply, and formulate great ideas. In her free time, Libby organises group gatherings for mothers to provide them a space in which they can connect with like-minded women. She believes introversion gives her the power to help others step out, discover their aspirations and thrive. Libby is seeking a new role in marketing management and is open to sharing ideas, and also seeks professional connections. You can find Libby on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/libbyarnold/

ICT4D Conference Podcast: Global Tech, Local Good
Training youth social media activists

ICT4D Conference Podcast: Global Tech, Local Good

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 10:29


Jomari Guillermo, Communications Manager at Catholic Relief Services in the Philippines, shares lessons learned from social media training of youth activists for strengthening their peace agendas and increase influence.  

The Library Scoop
Episode #39: The Dinner Party

The Library Scoop

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 19:31


Surprise! This month The Library Scoop will be giving you not one, but four episodes! We are kicking off our October series by talking to Aggie Fitch, the Communications Manager of the Dinner Party. The Dinner Party's mission is "To transform some of our hardest conversations and most isolating experiences into sources of community support, candid conversation, and forward movement using the age old practices of gathering and breaking bread". Aggie and Carleigh talk about the history of the organization and where it will be going from here. Links: The Dinner Party: www.thedinnerparty.org Dinner Party Tables & Host Training: https://connect.thedinnerparty.org/ Buddy System: https://www.thedinnerparty.org/buddysystem If You Know Someone in Crisis Call or text the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 988 (para ayuda en español, llame al 988). You can also contact the Crisis Text Line (text HELLO to 741741). Both services provide 24-hour, confidential support to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. Contact social media outlets directly if you are concerned about a friend's social media updates or dial 911 in an emergency. We welcome your comments and feedback - please send to ditgitalservices@nileslibrary.org. Music: "Don't Forget To Live" by HoliznaCC0 is licensed under a CC0 1.0 Universal License

STRIVECast
Season 5, Episode 1: Katelynn Davis, Marketing and Communications Manager at The Dempsey Center!

STRIVECast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 36:31


Welcome to season 5! Noel is on assignment this week, so Jeff carries the team! On today's episode of the #STRIVECast, the team speaks with Katelynn Davis, Marketing and Communications Manager at The Dempsey Center! Katelynn tells us all about the great services that the Dempsey Center provides as well as a little bit about her role. Thanks so much for joining us, Katelynn! We also answer some fun hypothetical questions and our friend Jon joins us and tells us all about elephants! Do you have things you'd like to see or hear during season 5? Be sure to let us know! As always, thanks for listening!

Ray Horner Show
American Red Cross on Damages Caused by Hurricane Ian

Ray Horner Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022


Christy Peters, Communications Manager at the American Red Cross, and Megan Sylvester, a Volunteer with American Red Cross who has been deployed in Florida, joined Ray Monday morning. They discussed the damage caused by Hurricane Ian, the current condition of Florida, support available, help sent to the Carolinas, and much more.

The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You
Making the Right Lynx With Your Money

The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 21:00


It's The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You Podcast, and I am your host Heneka Watkis-Porter. From banking under the mattress, to banking on Lynk, surely we have come a far way when it comes to handling our money. Today, we are making the link between Jamaica's Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) and Lynk. Lynk is currently the only approved wallet provider of the BOJ's CBDC and is available through the National Commercial Bank (NCB). Today, Kemoi Burke, Brand & Communications Manager, Lynk will take us through this final episode in Season 5 of the Jamaica Stock Exchange and You podcast. Some of what we looked at were: Setting up accounts for consumers and merchants Jam-Dex, CBDC, Lynk...what is the connection? How does it work? And lots more. Connect with Kemoi Burke: Email: kemoi.burke@nautilus.team Thanks for listening to The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You, a podcast of the Jamaica Stock Exchange! Send us your feedback at podcast@jamstockex.com or on social media @jamstockex. In the meantime, follow this podcast on your favourite podcast app. It has certainly been my pleasure hosting this podcast for yet another season...so many learnings all while having fun. I look forward to being back pretty quickly with season 6. The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You is produced by Heneka Watkis-Porter of The Entrepreneurial You podcast and now TV show. You can find out more at henekawatkisporter.com to hear leadership and entrepreneurship lessons from guests like Zachary Harding, Les Brown, Richard Branson, Marcia Forbes, Seth Godin and more. I am also on social media at Heneka Watkis-Porter. That's all for now, see you next week! Remember, as Warren Buffet says, "Rule number one: Don't lose money. Rule number two: Don't forget rule number one.” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jamstockexpodcast/message

BoviNews
BoviNews WDE 2022 Chats: World Dairy Expo Cattle Updates with Katie Schmitt

BoviNews

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 25:07


Hear about the upcoming World Dairy Expo from Communications Manager, Katie Schmitt, including the changes with the dairy cattle show and tradeshow schedules, the WDE App and other special events during the week.

The Snap - Official Denver Broncos Podcast
The Snap: Broncos Strategic Communications Manager Megan Boyle details her career in PR

The Snap - Official Denver Broncos Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 18:05


On this episode of "The Snap," Sydney Jones is joined by Broncos Strategic Communications Manager Megan Boyle to discuss her role with the team, the Broncos' upcoming trip to Las Vegas from a public relations standpoint and more. Boyle also discusses challenges she's faced in the industry and the path she took to get to where she is today. Want more of "The Snap"? Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, TuneIn, Stitcher or wherever you find your podcasts. Make sure to leave a rating and review.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Best of News Talk 590 WVLK AM
Kruser & Crew 9-29-22

Best of News Talk 590 WVLK AM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 31:45


Kruser talks to Nicole Peterson, Marketing and Communications Manager at GasBuddy in hour 1.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Horses in the Morning
Thoroughbred Makeover, Hurricane Prep and EFWP for Sept 26, 2022 by World Equestrian Center

Horses in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 49:03


The Thoroughbred Makeover is a few weeks away and we have Auditor Colleen Nolan-Tran on to tell us about her makeover horse.   Kristen Kovatch Bentley, Communications Manager for the Retired Racehorse Project, gives us all the details on the makeover.  Plus, Glenn discusses hurricane prep and we have some Equestrian First World Problems.  Listen in...HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3027 – Show Notes and Links:The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek:  co-host, executive in charge of comic relief, Jamie Jennings:   co-host, director of wacky equestrian adventures, Coach Jenn:  producer, Chaos Control Officer.Title Sponsor:  World Equestrian CenterGuest: Kristen Kovatch Bentley, Communications Manager for the Retired Racehorse ProjectGuest: Colleen Nolan-Tran Link: World Equestrian Center MagazineLink: Donations for the Hope Hand Memorial FundThere's an App for that!  Download the new FREE Horse Radio Network App for iPhone and AndroidFollow Horse Radio Network on TwitterAdditional support for this podcast provided by: Purina Animal Nutrition and Listeners Like You!Time Stamps:02:00 - Hurricane Prep10:00 - Daily Whinnies35:20 - Kristen Kovatch Bentley40:00 - Equestrian First World Problems Support the show

All Shows Feed | Horse Radio Network
HITM for Sep 26, 2022: Thoroughbred Makeover, Hurricane Prep and EFWP by World Equestrian Center

All Shows Feed | Horse Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 49:03


The Thoroughbred Makeover is a few weeks away and we have Auditor Colleen Nolan-Tran on to tell us about her makeover horse.   Kristen Kovatch Bentley, Communications Manager for the Retired Racehorse Project, gives us all the details on the makeover.  Plus, Glenn discusses hurricane prep and we have some Equestrian First World Problems.  Listen in...HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3027 – Show Notes and Links:The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek:  co-host, executive in charge of comic relief, Jamie Jennings:   co-host, director of wacky equestrian adventures, Coach Jenn:  producer, Chaos Control Officer.Title Sponsor:  World Equestrian CenterGuest: Kristen Kovatch Bentley, Communications Manager for the Retired Racehorse ProjectGuest: Colleen Nolan-Tran Link: World Equestrian Center MagazineLink: Donations for the Hope Hand Memorial FundThere's an App for that!  Download the new FREE Horse Radio Network App for iPhone and AndroidFollow Horse Radio Network on TwitterAdditional support for this podcast provided by: Purina Animal Nutrition and Listeners Like You!Time Stamps:02:00 - Hurricane Prep10:00 - Daily Whinnies35:20 - Kristen Kovatch Bentley40:00 - Equestrian First World Problems Support the show

Town Talk
Town Talk: Scarecrow Fest

Town Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 41:50


Scarecrow Fest in October in downtown Fredericksburg.   Preview of everything going on in October..from scarecrows to a movie to Treats on the Streets.   John Coker with Rappahannock Rotary, Brendan Kelley with Main Street, Danelle Rose-Tourism Marketing and Communications Manager with the City, and Leigh Ann Van Doren of Fred Parent magazine.    

My New Football Club
Episode 12: Scott Palfrey and Craig Bratt

My New Football Club

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 81:47


we're joined by Scott Palfrey and Craig Brett who both work for Exeter City FC. Scott is the Media and Communications Manager and Craig's role is the Media Officer & Programme Editor - loved this episode. Nice to hear what the bloody hell goes on in that stadium during the week. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

NZXT CLUB CAST
#136 - Can You Be Spanish AND Hispanic? (Ft. Rosa Santos)

NZXT CLUB CAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 66:11


On this week's Hispanic Heritage Month edition of the NZXT podcast, we chat with Rosa Santos, NZXT's Spanish PR & Communications Manager! We talk about her time in the gaming industry and the difference between Spaniards, Hispanics, and Latinos! Also, is cereal a soup? Follow Rosa on Twitter: twitter.com/tadenae Tune in live every Thursday at 10AM PT on twitch.tv/NZXT and send your questions to: podcast@nzxt.com

California Wine Country
Sonoma Valley Wine

California Wine Country

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 30:55


Laura McGilley and Andriana Duckworth from Sonoma Valley Wine join Steve Jaxon, Dan Berger and Harry Duke on California Wine Country. Andriana Duckworth is the Executive Director and Laura McGilley is the Marketing and Communications Manager for the Sonoma Valley Vintners. The Sonoma Valley Vintners and Growers Alliance, known as Sonoma Valley Wine, is the voice of the Sonoma Valley wine region where there are 6 AVAs and 14,000 acres of vineyards. Dan Berger points out that in 1879 at Kunde Ranch, at the time called Dunfillin, made the first Cabernet Sauvignon in California. The Valley of the Moon Vintage Festival Sonoma Valley Wine is promoting The Valley of the Moon Vintage Festival in the uniquely beautiful town of Sonoma, on October 7 and 8, 2022. They have taken over the longest running festival of its type. The festival will be located mainly in the Sonoma Plaza. Friday October 7 is the Sonoma Legends dinner where wineries will host tables and bring their cellar wines. Saturday October 8 is the Grand Tasting with 45 or more wineries pouring. Don't miss the Grape Stomp on Saturday during the daytime festival, from 10 am to 4 pm. There will be live music, beer, wine, barbeque, kid zone, artisans and craftspeople. Valley of the Moon is the name that Jack London gave to this area. Dan Berger says the side roads in the area go through some of the most beautiful land anywhere. If you come for the festival, plan to take an extra day or two. Dan's cellar wine today is from Joiefarm, a Canadian winery in British Columbia. It is a 2012 called A Noble Blend. This wine is not available in the US but if you visit Canada, look for it. It is a blend of Gewurtstraminer and Riesling and others. It has a very interesting flavor profile. There is great diversity in the Sonoma Valley and Dan points out that there is also great quality. It is the birthplace of California wine, with Buena Vista being the first licensed winery in California. Three Tastings from Sonoma Valley They are tasting a 2019 Walt Chardonnay from San Giacomo Family Vineyards and Steve Jaxon really likes it. Dan says it is “really high quality wine” and that it is made to age two or three years, in order to show the oak against the fresh fruit flavors. The second wine is a Rose of Grenache from Hamilton Family Wines, an estate grown Sonoma Valley vineyards. Jess Wade is the winemaker who also has his own label. They do Rhone style wines very well in the Sonoma Valley. This wine is very dry but succulent. At room temperature, the earthy component of Grenache and a trace of cranberry are coming in. The third wine is a 2016 Muscardini Cellars Merlot from San Giacomo Family Vineyards, as is the first Chard. The famlly has been growing grapes for almost a hundred years. “Delicious” says Dan Berger.

Sports Philanthropy Podcast
S6:EP1--Shuan Butcher; Communications Manager & Chief Storyteller at Move United

Sports Philanthropy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 32:10


Ethical Voices Podcast: Real Ethics Stories from Real PR Pros
How to successfully advocate for transparency – Jamie Floer

Ethical Voices Podcast: Real Ethics Stories from Real PR Pros

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 13:47


Jamie Floer, APR, CPRC, Fellow PRSA, the Communications Manager for the Toho Water Authority, discusses a number of ethics issues, including: 1) How to successfully advocate for transparency 2) How to protect your company's reputation when other similar brands are having ethics failures 3) Why we need to keep ethics front and center

Hello Frances
Mental Health and Imposter Syndrome with Erin Rosetti

Hello Frances

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 14:27


Shantelle recorded this week's episode of the Hello Frances podcast with special guest Erin Rosetti, a former member of the Frances Roy team. Erin is an award-winning strategic communicator, passionate storyteller, and issues management professional currently working as the Communications Manager for Memorial Health System. In this episode, Erin gets real with us and shares her thoughts on mental health and imposter syndrome. Have comments or questions on this episode? Email hello@francesroy.com.

Dave and Dujanovic
Keeping kids safe on social media

Dave and Dujanovic

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 18:34


Back to school coverage continues ... all districts back in session. Let's help parents keep track of what their teenagers are doing on Instagram -- one of the most popular social media apps -- stats show  72% of teens use Instagram. Roya Winner, Communications Manager, Social Impact with Meta joins the show to discuss safety protocols parents should be aware of on Instagram. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dave and Dujanovic
September 6, 2022: Extreme Heat Warning

Dave and Dujanovic

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 109:14


 Extreme Heat Warning Triple digit days coming at us again with back to school in the mix. Temp readings at 80+ degrees do hurt kids ability to learn. Weber district saying: And this heat isn't a new problem for Weber schools. What's new is how long it's been hot. USA Toda states that the old kills 20 times more people than heat... What we're experiencing today in Utah is a heatwave we've never experienced before. KSL Meteorologist Matt Johnson joins the show to explain how long this heat will last. President Biden and the MAGA Midterms President Biden is trying to rally the troops before the mid-term elections. And it seems like President Biden has settled on a message. MAGA. In his 25 minute speech on Thursday... President Biden mention Trump or MAGA... 16 times.Justin Finch, ABC News Correspondent, Washington joins the show to discuss President Biden's launch into fall campaign season. Keeping kids safe on social media Back to school coverage continues ... all districts back in session. Let's help parents keep track of what their teenagers are doing on Instagram -- one of the most popular social media apps -- stats show  72% of teens use Instagram. Roya Winner, Communications Manager, Social Impact with Meta joins the show to discuss safety protocols parents should be aware of on Instagram.  Pajamas, Midriff tops, and ripped jeans allowed in new West High Dress Code As West High launched its new school year, a new dress code came with it.. with a more relaxed approach.Pajamas, midriff tops, ripped jeans and sweatpants are all mentioned to be okay in the new dress code. Lindsay Aerts, KSL Newsradio Reporter joins the show to explain what led to this decision at West High School. President Biden's Midterm Approach: MAGA President Biden is trying to rally the troops before the mid-term elections. And it seems like President Biden has settled on a message. In his 25 minute speech in Philadelphia recently... President Biden mention Trump or MAGA... 16 times. This kind of speech is not new from Biden, MAGA Republicans line has been used for weeks.Boyd Matheson with Inside Sources joins the show with analysis of the Presidents focus of his speech. Be Ready Utah: How to prepare for extreme heat Be Ready for Extreme Heat -- a few more days of above 100 -- but still in the 90s . Wade Mathews, Wade Mathews, Public Information Officer, Utah Division of Emergency Managementand Be Ready Utah joins the show to discuss how we should be preparing for the extreme heat, and what to think ahead for next year. Boy saved from submerged truck is back on his feet On Aug. 22, the truck Paxton Knight was in while his family was loading kayaks rolled back into the Smith and Morehouse Reservoir in Summit County. He and two other children were in the car as it was submerged in the water. Two-year-old Briana was saved by her grandfather, Brandon Haskell, who was able to quickly pull her from the truck as it was going under the water, but Paxton was stuck. He was pulled out and went to the hospital in critical condition, and has now been released and is back on his feet. Summit County. Sheriff Justin Martinez recognized the first responders recently for saving Paxton Knight and his sister Briana.Joe Donnell, former park ranger, who was in the area at the time of the incident and rescued Paxton, He joins the show to share his reaction to Paxton's recovery and what it was like meeting him. New KSL Podcast: "The Letter" A new KSL podcast is launching today focusing on the tragic events of August 28th, 1996 -- The day that shifted everything for the parents and loved ones of Utah resident Zach Snarr. Yvette Rodier survived the shooting at Little Dell reservoir. She had been shot multiple times and couldn't stand up, but she dragged herself up a steep hill to get to the road.Amy Donaldson, Host of The Letter on KSL Podcasts joins the show to discuss what takes place in this podcast. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

UMAI Social Circle
#31 Creatively Marketing your Herbal Brand while adhering to Regulations with Zoë and Summer

UMAI Social Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 39:43


We're speaking with Zoë and Summer, herbalists, creatives, and regulatory nerds to share how herbal brands can creatively market their brands despite strict regulations. Zoë, a PhD in Plant & Soil Sciences, and Summer, Communications Manager and author of Kosmic Kitchen Cookbook, met while working at one of the largest herbal tea companies. They both dropped out of the corporate world at the same time and decided to join forces. They realized that in the world of herbal products, the regulatory and creative teams deeply need each other in business. In this podcast episode, join Alison and Karin, Co-Founders of UMAI Marketing, as they break down the journey of Summer & Zoë, as well as how they help herbal brands succeed. 

Destination On The Left
Episode 293: Insights from the Destinations international 2022 Convention (Part One), with Nicole Mahoney

Destination On The Left

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 100:45


For this first episode in a special two-part series of Destination on the Left episodes, I visited the Destinations International 2022 Annual Convention and spoke with several attendees who are experts in the travel and tourism industry. These convention attendees share valuable insights, and the common thread woven through our conversations was the importance of building strong relationships and partnerships for the future of destination marketing. I'm excited to share these mini-interviews, and I'm sure you'll find them invaluable in navigating your destinations' challenges. The brilliance each of these leaders shared is certain to be invaluable as we continue to navigate the pandemic. In this episode, you'll hear from these extraordinary leaders: Barry Biggar – President and CEO of Visit Fairfax Beth Gendler – President and CEO of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Tourism Celestino Ruffini – CEO of Visit Beloit Dave Herrell – President and CEO of Visit Quad Cities Deana Ivey – President of Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp Dominic Bravo – CEO of Visit Cheyenne Jason Outman – CEO of Explore Branson Kelly Groff – President and CEO of Visit Montgomery Lance Woodworth – President and CEO of Destination Toledo Lindsey Steck – Marketing and Communications Manager for Visit Pensacola Insights on the Future of Destination Marketing at the Destinations International 2022 Annual Convention The Destinations International Annual Convention is a memorable industry event that brings together marketing specialists focusing on the travel and tourism industry to exchange ideas, share strategies and forge relationships. In 2022 the convention continued to focus on cultivating the need for marketers to take an innovative approach to overcoming the problems the industry has faced over the last two years and how they can continue to serve their communities. I was delighted to be able to speak to ten experts in the field about building successful partnerships, how to move through shared challenges, and get their insights on what they think the future of destination marketing will look like. Barry Biggar of Visit Fairfax Barry shares how the creation of the Northern Virginia Visitors Consortium has helped Visit Fairfax tap into visitors to Washington DC and how together, they can make a more significant difference in their region. He goes on to describe what Visit Fairfax does to continue to be relevant and the valuable lesson about connecting with the residents of the local communities that the pandemic taught them. Beth Gendler of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Tourism Beth shares a recent example of a partnership with the local Fire Department Beach Safety Team that has worked well for her organization to improve the beach experience for visitors to the area. She also shares why workforce development is a problem for Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Tourism, how the pandemic exacerbated the problem, and their amazing education solution enabling them to move through the challenge and still provide their fabled southern hospitality. Celestino Ruffini of Visit Beloit Celestino explains the number one challenge for Visit Beloit, why community engagement is so low, and how his team is trying to ensure that residents feel connected to the travel and tourism industry. He highlights the reasons why he would use the word ‘visionary' to describe the Destinations International Annual Convention, not least because of the wonderful opportunities to share plans and strategies with others in the travel and tourism industry. Dave Herrell of Visit Quad Cities Dave details how Visit Quad Cities has collaborated to elevate their community by aligning more strongly with the Chamber of Commerce to create a tourism master plan through their new regional brand initiative, QC, That's Where. We also discuss why the Destinations International Annual Convention is a fantastic chance to connect with colleagues and take back so many valuable golden nuggets of information, inspiration, and insight to his community. Deana Ivey of Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp Deana discusses why the key to partnerships is going into it as a long-term relationship, not just a one-off. She shares why her organization goes into relationships like they're a marriage to be in it together and help each other out and describes why Jack Daniels has been a fantastic partner of the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp for 30 years. We also dive into why a large part of the future of the travel and tourism industry includes ensuring residents are happy and proud that there's tourism in their locations and creating a balance that benefits the community and visitors alike. Dominic Bravo of Visit Cheyenne Dominic and I discuss the power of partnership, and he shares how Visit Cheyenne created their plan, engaged with partners on their vision, and put their plans into action as a team. Dominic also highlights the importance of being nimble and dynamic as a destination marketing organization and describes why he views the Destinations International Annual Convention as a game changer for marketers. Jason Outman of Explore Branson Jason talks with me about how Explore Branson works closely with one of their largest developers Bass Pro, and why an emphasis on relationships has led to a broader vision for the entire region. We discuss why funding is the number one issue facing Jason's organization currently, how they are overcoming the challenge, and continuing to advocate for their community. Kelly Groff of Visit Montgomery Kelly joined me to share how the pandemic contributed to Visit Montgomery building critical, long-lasting relationships and how that opportunity paved the way for the future of how they plan and approach their marketing and strategies together. She also digs into what she sees as the future for destination marketers and why she feels the Destinations International Annual Convention is bringing sunshine to the travel and tourism industry. Lance Woodworth of Destination Toledo Lance and I talk about the importance of clear expectations of what the goals are when partnering or collaborating. We discuss how to measure success and ensure that everyone is on the same page regarding the project. He also emphasizes the power of partnership when hosting large-scale events and shares the story of how his destination hosted the Solheim cup in 2021. Lindsey Steck of Visit Pensacola Lindsey, Destinations International 30 under 30 honoree, shares her insights on why destination marketers must be connected to their local community in order to tell the unique stories of the businesses and experiences that are found there. She describes why she believes that the future of destination marketing organizations hinges on their ability to continue being dynamic and engaging with others. The Future of DMOs All our visionary leaders shared why they believe that the future of successful destination marketing organizations lies in their ability to be flexible. We discuss the myriad ways in which relationship building has helped marketers do their best to serve the communities that they live in. I hope you enjoy this first part of the two-part Destinations International 2022 Annual Convention series. Next week, we'll catch up with several more exemplary leaders to dive into how they have overcome the challenges of the past two years, their vision of the future of destination marketing, and the importance of bringing the community with them in their mission. We value your thoughts and feedback and would love to hear from you. Leave us a review on your favorite streaming platform to let us know what you want to hear more of. Here is a quick tutorial on how to leave us a rating and review on iTunes!: https://breaktheicemedia.com/rating-review/

GovLove - A Podcast About Local Government
#531 Communication & Sharing the Work of Local Government with Jessica VanderKolk, Battle Creek, MI

GovLove - A Podcast About Local Government

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 44:29


Being a liaison between local government and the community. Jessica VanderKolk, Communications Manager for the City of Battle Creek, Michigan, joined the podcast to talk about local government communications. She shared how staff can help share their stories with the community and highlight the work of their organization. She also talked about her career path into local government from journalism and her new role on the ELGL Board of Directors.   Host: Toney Thompson

CrossPolitic Studios
Daily News Brief for Friday, August 5th, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 18:40


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Friday, August 5th, 2022. Today, we’ll hear about a private school excluding white families from a back-to-school event, China fires missiles into Taiwanese waters’ calling them training exercises. CNN’s ratings are continuing to fall, Amazon’s new Lord of the Rings looks like a woke dumpster fire, and more… but first: Club Membership Plug: Let’s stop and take a moment to talk about Fight Laugh Feast Club membership. By joining the Fight Laugh Feast Army, not only will you be aiding in our fight to take down secular & legacy media; but you’ll also get access to content placed in our Club Portal, such as past shows, all of our conference talks, and EXCLUSIVE content for club members that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Lastly, you’ll also get discounts for our conferences… so if you’ve got $10 bucks a month to kick over our way, you can sign up now at fightlaughfeast.com Let’s start with our friends over at CNN… what’s going on?! https://thepostmillennial.com/cnn-ratings-collapse-as-network-looks-for-new-revenue-including-extending-the-brand-in-china?utm_campaign=64487 CNN ratings collapse as network looks for 'new revenue'—including 'extending' the brand in China Over at CNN the "hunt is on for new revenue" as the news network's "ratings plummet" and "profits slump" below nearly $1 billion. On Tuesday, the New York Times reported that CNN's yearly profitability is expected to decline to $956.8 according to projections from S&P Global Market Intelligence. CNN's annual profits haven't sunk below $1 billion since 2016, the year Donald Trump beat Hilary Clinton in the presidential election and subsequently became a prominent figure in their commentary. "Ratings are down from their Trump-era heights across cable news, but declines at CNN are particularly pronounced," the Times noted. CNN viewership is about 639,000 in the prime time hours slot, which is down 27 percent from last year. More people on average watch MSNBC, whose viewership is down 23 percent, and Fox wins over both networks and is up about a percentage point in overall viewers. Fox's ascension in rating while MSNBC and CNN decline is the continuation of a stark pattern reported in 2021 which saw Fox News on top averaging 1.3 million in total day viewers, compared to 919,000 at MSNBC and 787,000 watching CNN. CNN's entropic ratings is a continuing trend. "It's becoming increasingly apparent that the vast majority of Americans are rejecting fake news," The Post Millennial, reported in June as CNN recorded their worst weekend ratings since 1993. To recoup losses generated by CNN, parent company Warner Bros. Discovery is looking to sell programming created for some of its other services, such as HBO Max. They're also broadly cracking down on expenses such as spending money on work celebrations. CNN brought on Chris Marlin, a lawyer with no cable news experience, who suggested "striking advertising deals with major tech companies like Microsoft," "selling sponsorships to corporate underwriters," and "extending CNN’s brand in China." Well that’s some good news, but file this next article under things that would make one lose faith in humanity: https://thepostmillennial.com/80-year-old-granny-banned-from-ymca-after-demanding-biological-male-leave-womens-locker-room-where-little-girls-were-undressing?utm_campaign=64487 80-year-old granny banned from YMCA after demanding biological male leave women's locker room where little girls were undressing An 80-year-old Washington state woman has been banned from using her local YMCA's public pool after she expressed discomfort with a biological male in the women’s locker room as young girls were undressing. She was in the shower when she heard a male voice and peeked out to find a biological male in a women's swimsuit engaging with little girls who were undressing. The biological male was reportedly with girls from the day camp, overseeing their bathroom activities. Jaman said that she had been showering after her July 26 swim at the pool, when she heard "a man’s voice in the women’s dressing area." She said that she saw "a man in a women’s swimsuit, watching little girls pull down their bathing suits in order to use the toilets in the dressing room." In an email from the YMCA’s Marketing and Communications Manager to The Post Millennial, they said that the staff member was not "engaging" with these girls, but rather escorting them to the dressing room. According to the Port Townsend Free Press, Jaman, who had been in the shower when she realized what was happening, hidden behind thin, sheer shower curtains, asked this person, revealed to go by the name Clementine Adams, "Do you have a penis?" "None of your business," Adams reportedly responded. "Get out of here, right now," Jaman replied. "You’re discriminating and you can’t use the pool anymore and I’m calling the police," YMCA aquatics manager Rowen DeLuna told Jaman after she requested that Adams leave the room, according to the Port Townsend Free Press. In an email from the YMCA’s Marketing and Communications Manager, they said that Jaman was not permanently suspended for this incident alone, but rather due to "repeatedly violating the Olympic Peninsula YMCA code of conduct, specifically, using disrespectful words or gestures towards YMCA staff or others; and abusive, harassing and/or obscene language or gestures towards YMCA staff or others." Per Washington state law, "All covered entities shall allow individuals the use of gender-segregated facilities, such as restrooms, locker rooms, dressing rooms, and homeless or emergency shelters, that are consistent with that individual's gender expression or gender identity." "The Y has not provided any dressing, shower room options for women who do not want to be exposed to men who identify as women," Jaman added. The state of Washington strikes again… But let’s allow Conneticut get in on the action! https://www.nationalreview.com/news/connecticut-private-school-excludes-white-families-from-back-to-school-event/ Connecticut Private School Excludes White Families from Back-to-School Event Greenwich Country Day School (GCDS), a private school in Greenwich, Conn., sent a letter to the families of students on Monday inviting them to a back-to-school event, so long as they identify as a racial minority. “The annual Cider and Donuts event is open to GCDS families who identify as Black, Asian, Latinx, multi-racial, Indigenous, Middle Eastern, and/or people of color,” read the letter, which was obtained by National Review. The letter was addressed to “GCDS families” and was signed by the director and associate director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI). Above the description of the event, scheduled for October 8, it mentioned the importance of “building an inclusive, just and equitable community reflecting the multitude of human identities and perspectives in our world.” The school’s DEI website states that its mission is to “nurture meaningful learning through interactions and collaborations between people of diverse and intersecting identities,” including “race and ethnicity,” and its annual tuition ranges between $37,150 and $48,500. Let’s shift our eyes overseas https://www.dailywire.com/news/breaking-china-fires-ballistic-missiles-into-taiwanese-waters China Fires Ballistic Missiles Into Taiwanese Waters On Thursday, Taiwan said that Communist China fired a number of Dongfeng series ballistic missiles into waters by Taiwan’s northeast and southwest. Other reports said the Taiwanese government asserted that Communist China had fired two missiles from the nearby Matsu Islands. Further reports stated that roughly ten Chinese navy ships crossed the Taiwan Strait median line. Meanwhile, President Biden’s administration reportedly has been lobbying against a bill that would support Taiwan by naming it a major non-NATO ally, according to people familiar with the matter. The bill would give $4.5 billion in security aid and support its presence in international organizations. Before House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan this week, China’s foreign ministry issued a protest to the United States, threatening that a visit “seriously infringes upon China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.” China’s defense ministry said it would launch “targeted military operations,” France 24 reported, adding, “The Chinese military announced joint air and sea drills near Taiwan starting on Tuesday night and test launch of conventional missiles in the sea east of Taiwan, with Chinese state news agency Xinhua describing live-fire drills and other exercises around Taiwan from Thursday to Sunday.” Last Thursday, according to the Chinese Embassy in Washington, Chinese leader Xi Jinping threatened the U.S. in a conversation with President Joe Biden about America’s ties to Taiwan. “Those who play with fire will perish by it. It is hoped that the U.S. will be clear-eyed about this,” the Chinese statement said Xi warned. https://news.usni.org/2022/08/02/chinese-and-russian-ships-sailing-near-japanese-mod-says Chinese and Russian Ships Sailing Near Japan, Japanese MoD Says People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) and Russian Navy warships have made independent transits around Japan over the past few days, the Japanese Ministry of Defense said this week. Japan spotted a Russian Navy corvette on Friday at 6 p.m. sailing east in an area 50 kilometers from Cape Soya, according to one of three new releases issued by the Joint Staff Office (JSO) of the Ministry of Defense Monday. Now, we take a dive into the world of entertainment, or at least Amazon’s view of entertainment: https://boundingintocomics.com/2022/08/03/the-lord-of-the-rings-the-rings-of-power-actress-nazanin-boniadi-says-her-character-is-an-activist-credits-prime-video-writers-for-giving-female-characters-agency/ ‘The Lord Of The Rings: The Rings Of Power’ Actress Nazanin Boniadi Says Her Character Is An Activist, Credits Prime Video Writers For Giving Female Characters Agency Actress Nazanin Boniadi, who plays Bronwyn in The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, recently described her character as an activist while also crediting the Prime Video writers of the show for giving female characters agency. Boniadi appeared at San Diego Comic-Con at the end of July where she talked to the media and specifically praised the writers on the show for giving female characters agency. Boniadi said, “What I love about the writers on this show is that they have given every woman on the show, every female character, such agency.” “We don’t serve the men around us, we have a storyline and our own right,” she added. The actress also stated at San Diego Comic-Con, “For Bronwyn, she is a healer. But she taps into her inner lioness and I as an activist, as a longtime human rights activist from my homeland, Iran… I tapped into what I believe women are doing for my homeland.” “And playing with character in sort of liberating and redeeming the Southlanders who back you know, in her ancestors’ days, chose evil over good,” she added. https://twitter.com/i/status/1551302209299591170 - Play Video Can I just add that her character doesn’t exist in the books? Or anywhere in Middle Earth’s lore? Because there weren’t enough characters right? This show is going to be a massive disaster. https://www.breitbart.com/sports/2022/08/03/trans-cyclist-blasts-usa-cycling-banning-him-competition-revoking-medal/ Guys lets end this week on a positive note here by talking about the topic that I love… sports! Trans Cyclist Blasts USA Cycling for Banning Him from Competition, Revoking Medal A transgender cyclist claims that a representative from USA Cycling informed him that he would no longer be allowed to compete in the women’s division and that his spot on the IP (individual pursuit) podium had been revoked. Leia Genis, a 25-year-old man who identifies as a woman, was reportedly stripped of the silver medal he won in the women’s division of USA Cycling and barred from competing in any additional events at the 2022 Junior & Elite Track National Championships. “USA Cycling updated its press release Friday by deleting a reference to Genis and elevating third-place finisher Skyler Espinoza to the runner-up slot,” the Washington Times reported. “Cyclist Elizabeth Stevenson, who placed fourth in the Wednesday competition, was credited as the bronze medalist.” Genis had won silver after finishing second at the Elite Individual Pursuit competition. The transgender cyclist wrote on Instagram, “…as I was preparing for the mass start races, a USA Cycling official informed me that I was no longer allowed to compete and that my place on the IP podium was to be revoked on account of my trans identity. . “6 weeks ago, I was eligible for competition at UCI C1 and C2 races held at the same velodrome and overseen by the same technical director. Yet 6 weeks later, now that I am doing well at nationals, I am suddenly ineligible to compete.” . Genis added, “The transphobia is so blatant it’s almost laughable.” The reason why Genis is unable to compete is due to the UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale) changing the testosterone requirements in their transgender policy. According to the new rules put forth on July 1, those declaring themselves to be female must keep their testosterone in serum below 2.5 nanomoles/Liter for at least two years. Previously, the requirement had been twice that high, at 5.0 nanomoles/Liter. And athletes only had to maintain those levels for one year. In other words, legally, racing as a trans cyclist got a lot tougher over the last six weeks. Genis went on to rail about how “frustrating” it is to be a trans competitor in cycling. Though, one might imagine it’s even more frustrating for the female riders who lose to cyclists who are actually men. Still, Genis’ removal from women’s competition is a significant victory for women’s sports. The case involving Genis is just one of many examples showing that sports leagues have begun to stand for women’s rights. Earlier this summer, FINA, the international governing body that presides over competitive swimming, banned males who have undergone puberty from competing in their events. Thanks for tuning into this episode of the CrossPolitic Daily News Brief. If you liked the show, go ahead and share it would ya? 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