The tables are turned in this episode marking the season finale of Leading the Pack. Tracy Samora from the Class of 1994 is interviewed by a special guest host - none other than her son and current media communication student, Brandon Samora, who also serves as REV 89's Sports and Podcast Director. Tracy shares how CSU Pueblo changed her life twice, including special memories made, lifelong friendships she still enjoys today, and her passion for her career serving as the Director of Alumni and Community Relations.
This episode features Dr. Bryan Price and Audrey Pennington. Bryan is the Executive Director of the Buccino Leadership Institute at Seton Hall and Audrey has served as the Podcast Director since its inception in November 2018. This is the final episode Audrey will produce and to celebrate she and Bryan discuss the evolution of the podcast and the leadership institute.
Earlier this week, Merci Falaise was officially promoted to NC State's Director of Player Personnel, taking over for Billy Glasscock, who was hired for the same role at Texas. Falaise joined Michael and Cory on the Pack22 Podcast to discuss his new role. How does being a former player help him as a leader in recruiting? What has he learned from the last four years in recruiting? Who has been his biggest influence when it comes to his relentless work ethic? What does he look for in recruits?
In this episode, Gary and Justus interviewed former Pixar animator Neth Nom. We talk about all the properties he worked including Toy Story 3, Cars 2, Monsters University and many more. We also talk about his role as a director for the animation called Sonder. We had a fun time discussing he adventures working with VR/AR and gaming. Lastly, we spend time on how his roles has further art and where he sees new technology enhancing animation.
Tune in to our 20th episode with Justin and Podcast Director, Serene Morales! We continue to answer your questions as we talk about the IBJJF, favorite memories of his journey to Yanagida Fitness, motivation to continuing a healthy lifestyle, and his journey through overcoming his drug addiction. We love answering your questions, so if you have any stories, questions, or people that you want featured on next week's podcast, email us at email@example.com or message @JustinYanagida on Instagram! We'd like to thank you guys for listening to us up until our 20th episode. We can't wait to provide you more episodes in the future and hope you continue on Fighting Sickness with Fitness! See you next Monday! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/justinyanagida/support
In 2018 I set out on a pioneer adventure to see who had the same experience I had where resume writing, interview prep, and other easy to outsource or network your way through skills became overrated in the pursuit of more life satisfaction & fulfillment. Now, 2 years later, 98 episodes, and 70+ hours of disruptive content later... Michael Parker and I sit and reflect on the top episodes, golden grenades provided, and share what's next inside this crazy journey we call The Ambitious VET Network! We hope you enjoy it! Thanks to our show sponsor: Original Grain: Take advantage of your 10% OFF Ambitious VET discount on all Original Grain watches by simply using coupon code: AMVNetwork10 at check-out. Explore originality now here: https://bit.ly/OGWatchesWebsite Have feedback on the show? Feel free to provide it here along with any potential affiliate or corporate partnership inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeffrey Gorman, Larra Overton and Brian Decker (Colts Director of Player Development) bring you this week's Colts Official Podcast. 0:00 – 1:53 – Larra listed as Day-to-Day after having oral surgery 1:54 – 5:50 – Preview of Brian Decker, former Green Beret and now Colts Director of Player Development 5:51 – 7:46 – Colts roster moves 7:47 – 10:39 – Tougher to make a roster for rookies this year than in years past 10:40 – 18:22 – Ripple effect of College Football not playing or moving season back 18:23 – 19:38 – Carolina Panthers using suite in stadium as players rooms during camp 20:13 – 24:36 – Jonathan Taylor rookie impact 24:37 – 27:54 – T.Y. Hilton in final year of contract 27:55 – 30:26 – Everyone talking about Philip Rivers kid like enthusiasm for the game 30:27 – 32:53 – Team will put pads on next week 34:32 – end – Larra’s conversation with Director of Player Development, Brian Decker
What do a playwright and a director do when the theaters are closed, a pandemic is raging, and they want to be useful? Well, if they’re playwright Catya McMullen and director Jenna Worsham, they bring playwrights, actors, and directors together virtually to create The Homebound Project, an online series of short original plays that each actor performs on-camera in isolation. The Homebound Project has been a success in every sense of the word. McMullen and Worsham have gathered some extraordinary talent—playwrights like C.A. Johnson, Michael R. Jackson, Migdalia Cruz and Sarah Ruhl have contributed new work and actors including Daveed Diggs, Diane Lane, Blair Underwood, Phillipa Soo, and Cherry Jones have brought that work to life online. The Homebound Project is currently presenting its fourth digital series (July 15-19) with its fifth and final edition scheduled to stream August 5–9. That amounts to more than 50 new plays written, directed, and performed in the past few months with everyone donating their services to support a great cause. (More on that in the podcast.) Join us as McMullen and Worsham talk about creating The Homebound Project, finding and matching actors with playwrights, directing theater virtually, how the pandemic has affected the theater sector, and the promise the art of theater holds in times like this when story-telling is essential.
Director of Football atau Sporting Director bisa disebut sebagai "sunnah muakad" bagi klub sepakbola di era modern ini. Tapi masih banyak yang gaktau nih apaan, mereka itu apa? Dan perannya apaan sih? Kuyy dengarkan pembahasan ini.
สายพอดแคสต์เชิญทางนี้! เปิดเบื้องหลังอาณาจักร ‘Salmon Podcast' ผ่านมุมมองเจาะลึกโดยคุณ “โจ้บองโก้” ที่คนทำพอดแคสต์ไม่ควรพลาด! เริ่มแล้ว! ไลฟ์ซีรีส์ใหม่ล่าสุด "Addict Talk Exclusive Talk with Podcaster" ที่ทาง Ad Addict ร่วมมือกับทาง CastCow ขอคัดเลือก Podcaster เจ๋งๆ มาร่วมพูดคุยกันแบบเจาะลึก! ด้วยบรรยากาศสบายๆ เป็นกันเอง วันนี้แขกรับเชิญท่านแรกของเราคือคุณโจ้ Podcast Director แห่ง Salmon Podcast ที่วันนี้เราจะมาล้วงลึกเบื้องหลังของการทำพอดแคสต์ของช่องดังนี้ที่หลายคนอาจจะไม่เคยรู้มาก่อน!
James Bawden is one of the most notorious prospectors in the sales community. We cover it all, from phone to video.Four Actionable Takeaways:Avoid the double intro on the phone if they ask “wait, who’s this?” Just get on with it.Close the cold call with “here’s what happens next” instead of leaving it in their handsDisarm with “I’m not delusional enough to think I’m calling you at the right moment.”Lead your value prop with your customer’s problems instead of the features in your solutionJames Bawden’s Path to President’s Club:Host, Lunch Break PodcastDirector, OutboundViewAnd a damn well-known Linkedin personalityFocus Areas: Prospecting
เชิญทุกท่านฟังให้หายสงสัย! เรื่องราวของนักเขียนการ์ตูนหนุ่มสามคนที่ต้องเอามุกมาชนเพื่อรักษาชีวิต! โดยมีหัวหน้าเผ่าคอยจัดการประชันและมีแขกรับเชิญอีกหนึ่งท่านรับบทเทพเจ้าสามมุก EP. แรกouh เราได้รับเกียรติจากเทพโจ้บองโก้ - นทธัญ แสงไชย Podcast Director จากเพื่อนบ้านของเรา Salmon Podcast มาเป็นกรรมการตัดสินว่าใครจะอยู่ใครจะไป! อย่าลืมฟังให้ถึงบทลงโทษตอนจบด้วยนะครับ
Director Lori Criss with the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (MHAS) talks with Director Jeff Davis about Governor Mike DeWine's commitment to Ohio's mental health system, state agency collaboration, and making mental health and wellness part of our normal every day conversation.
Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) Director Kevin Miller talks with DODD Director Jeff Davis about National Disability Employment Awareness Month, OOD's budget initiatives, as well as training and building the skills of Ohio's disability workforce.
This week, Patrick and John welcome back an old friend – Kate Baker! Kate is the Podcast Director and Non-fiction Editor for Clarkesworld Magazine, is a Hugo Award winner, a British Fantasy Award winner and a World Fantasy Award winner, and is the Executive Director for the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA)! […] The post Episode 414-With Kate Baker appeared first on The Functional Nerds.
Join us today on N. Cast as we dive deep into a Q & A Spotlight interview with Podcast DIrector and Co-host Brian D. Leifer. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/prince-eyoandbrian-l/support
Podcast Director Sam Levrault sat down with Cobey Brown from The Odyssey, a local band based in Tulsa, Oklahoma to talk about their time since Battle of the Bands, upcoming single, "Lately", as well as future shows and plans for the group. Check out our previous interview with Cobey on our podcast as well. The Odyssey can be found on Instagram and Facebook. Connection Conversations is an ongoing series by the TCC Connection, TCC's student newspaper based at Tulsa Community College in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Music by The Odyssey, "75 to Ramona" Episode edited by Sam Levrault Check out The TCC Connection online at http://tccconnection.com/ The TCC Connection is a student newspaper based at Tulsa Community College in Tulsa, Oklahoma. [Intro music, “Ramona to 75” by The Odyssey, fades in and continues to play in background] Sam: Welcome to Connection Conversations, a series apart of the TCC Connection podcast, I’m your host, Sam Levrault, Podcast Director, as well as associate editor for our metro campus. Today’s episode covers a recent interview with Cobey Brown, fellow TCC student, and member of local band, The Odyssey. We’re gonna talk about their new single, “Lately” coming out on May 11th, along with other future plans for the band. They are also to thank for the intro music for our podcast. [Background music fades out…] Hey Cobey, what’s up? Cobey: How’s it going? Pretty good, pretty good… So, it’s your second time on, welcome back. Let’s talk about the band a little bit, what’s been going on since the Battle of the Bands, what you have been working on, as well as some upcoming plans for summer. For sure… Since we last talked, you guys played at Norman Music Festival, right? How was that? It was really cool, we had this show originally scheduled to play on the 26th at The Resonator, they block off like all of main street in Norman, and like every building they have there is a venue. But we had to switch it since we had a show at The Rino in Kansas City, the night before, but by the time we got to the Norman Music Fest we were all running on like two or three hours of sleep and we were ready to go. It was a lot of fun, we played inside the Sooner Theatre and we got a surprising amount of people that actually showed up in there because most of the time the outdoor venues get all of the people. It was a super cool venue; the biggest one we’ve played in a while. Cool, so you were at the Rino in KC, Kansas City, and you’ve already played in Kansas City before… Yeah, and the first time we played was actually a house show I think we talked about last time. And like I said, it was straight out of a movie scene, like it was in a basement, by this guy named Isaac, and he just let, like, four bands play and it was super cool, and everyone was supportive. So, this was the first time we went to play in an actual venue, and I just gotta say, like the experience I’ve had in Kansas City so far, everyone was great. Like everyone’s been super nice, the people who worked at the venue were cool, and Kid Computer, it was their EP release, they just had like the coolest fans down there, we’re starting to snatch some of them away a little bit, I think… Yeah, we’re gonna have to get them down to Tulsa soon. The main reason we’re talking is you’ve got a single coming out, May 11th, we kind of teased it before, but it’s called, “Lately”, so now that you’ve gone through the process of recording it and all that, did it turn out how you wanted? Yes, and it turned out different than I thought it would, and I’m really glad. Whenever I wrote the song, it’s not a pop song, but it’s less focused on just the guitar, at least until the end, but there’s a special ending. Throughout the song, it’s kind of driven just by the full instrumental, the drums and the groove of the bass, and the keys, and the aura in the background instead of, like, a guitar riff, which I really like. And as I wrote the song, it was about an experience that I hadn’t’ really had. It was just imagining an experience. And then as we were recording the song, I actually experienced exactly what I was writing about. So, we changed some of the things in the production, I was able to kind of make it make more sense to myself, so now the song actually feels more personal to me, which is pretty cool. The song is kind of about confidence, and the lack thereof sometimes, and so as the song progresses, you slowly see more of a confidence in myself as the writer, or whoever the narrator is of the song. You know, a lot of the time when people listen to music, you think of yourself as being the person saying the words, and all that, so it’s like growing in confidence as the song goes on. And so that’s how the recording process ended up going, I was more sure of how I wanted it, as I went on. So now that it’s out, you’re like, ‘I’m really confident in it, I finished it’… Yes, I’m really happy with it, and now we’re just waiting on the final mix today, pretty much… small little details that I knit-pick, over and over again. Tyler Reynolds has been super cool, patient, which is important. What’s also exciting is the day you let out the single, you have a show in Spinster Records, right? Did you already know the single was going to come out then? [nope.] Let’s let it out the same day as the show We scheduled the show awhile back because I was thinking of when all my college friends would be back, and we could get a fun crowd and have a fun time. We did a luau show last year, but it was at my house. A little bit of a different setup. A little bit different, but now this time we get to do Spinster and they like to do themed shows, and I was like, that’s the perfect place. It’s a cool place, it really is. Yeah, it’s awesome, and there’s opportunity for cool pictures and there’s a fun little stage we enjoy playing at even though we can hardly fit. That’s kind of the fun part. But we’re also playing just a couple hours before our Spinster show, at Rooster Days in BA, so I was like, it really helps promote the shows and the single at the same time, whenever you just do them on the same day. Like, ‘hey, you know that song we just played, it just came out today’ Yeah, at midnight… After that, I saw you recently announced at the Vanguard, later in May, on the 26th, right? Yup. I noticed a lot of these shows, you’re sharing them with a lot of bands that were also at the Battle of the Bands, or like, bands whose names have been thrown around, so have you noticed that has been a sort of community growing between all of you all? Yeah, absolutely. Since battle of the bands, everyone was so cool, I didn’t meet a single person there that wasn’t supportive of the other bands. And that was a really good experience. Especially, you know, people that I know, obviously, Sam Smith, awesome dude, and obviously Quinton Hoagland, I’ve gotten to know them quite a bit better since then. Is it a little easier to do shows when you already know somebody on there? Yes, because I can just like text them if I have their number. We go to TCC with a lot of these people, so that’s been good too to get relationships with people and bands and know them personally instead of just know their songs… Any other summer plans? We have a show that I’m really excited for that isn’t announced. It’s gonna be at the Vanguard. I’m not going to say when, we just have to get a poster made and get the vibe figured out. Cause we already have all the bands picked out, and it’s a summer show, so… So, keep a look out. Yes, keep a look out, I’m excited for that one. But other than that, we are recording more music this month, and in exactly two weeks we’re going back to Sam Westhoff and we’re gonna record two more singles. I know what one of them is going to be, the other one we’re still decid9ing. Maybe it will be like “Lately”, where you go in and you kind of have an idea, and then think, ‘wait a minute…’ That’s kind of what we’re thinking about right now. It’s kind of just whatever feels right. Trying to get better at that, then just having our whole plan set. Trying to make it work. We’re releasing “lately” at the beginning of summer, then hopefully in the next [couple of] months we’re releasing the ones were going to record. I just remembered, when we last talked, you were talking about kind of changing how you perform so it feels more like an experience, or a story, have you done that with the last couple of shows you’ve played? Are you looking forward to showing that in the next couple? Yes, and we’re still working on it even more, finding more ways we can be entertaining. Doing more shows, I discover how to let loose a little bit more each time, and I’m trying to figure out how I can be more mobile. Because, I’m playing guitar and singing at the same time, and then doing these things, and some of these songs are really hard to do that on, and some aren’t. So I’m trying to find places where I can be more fun to watch, and interesting. I don’t want our performances to be choreographed, but I want there to be moments that are always special. Like we know something special is gonna happen, here, when we’re playing this, or not something we have to plan out, Whatever feels right… Yeah, just an energy thing. Maybe jumping off the drum stand. Yeah, maybe jumping off the drum stand like Derek did. Well, make sure everybody stays tuned, check out, I know I’ve mainly followed on Instagram, its where I’ve seen most of it happen That’s where we’re most active. So that’s @theodysseymusic Just keep an eye on the Instagram, that’s usually where everything is announced. The Facebook is @theodysseymusicband, because apparently there’s already a better the odyssey music on Facebook… I don’t know…. It helps us a lot with our growth, especially with Spotify, we’ve gotten a lot of new listeners from playlists, and things like that. The way we’ve been placed on them is by people saving our songs and putting them on playlists, and sharing them. You know, when the song comes out, if you really want to support it and you actually like it, which I believe everyone will, just throwing it on a playlist and saving it. Throw it on a couple playlists… Yeah, for sure, can get us to the next level, that’s how it’s happened so far. That’s pretty much all we’re hoping for. I think that’s it, thanks for coming again. Thank you, Sammy, I appreciate you, once again. I look forward to hearing the new single. I’m excited too. Maybe you can hear it early…. I’d love that. [music, “Ramona to 75” by The Odyssey, fades in and continues in background.] Once again, thanks to Cobey Brown from The Odyssey. I’m Sam Levrault, you’re host with the TCC Connection, you can check us out online at our website, tccconnection.com. Our podcast is also available on Podbean, as well as most streaming platforms. Thanks for listening, and until next time, this has been, Connection Conversations. [music plays & fades out to the end.] Episode edited by Sam Levrault Check out The TCC Connection online at http://tccconnection.com/ The TCC Connection is a student newspaper based at Tulsa Community College in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
This episode is an interview with Aaron Salvato, Founder of Hesed Creative, Podcast Director of the GoodLion Podcast Network and Former Youth Pastor of Calvary Chapel Vista. For more info, visit goodlion.io.
Greatness comes to those who surround themselves with amazing people! On this episode, the FIRST episode of Breaking Barriers, Nick Marraro, Podcast Director, sits down with the talented Sadith Gomez to discuss his journey and how he established a successful career in the tricky industry of videography and photography. When filming, Sadith pushes his technology and body to the limit and the Breaking Barriers podcast is the perfect medium for him to speak about all he has been through to get to where he is today. Take chances, fearlessly take risks, and embrace the incredible people you have in your life. Looking for that extra boost to accomplish your dream? This podcast is your answer!
Resilience is only learned through experiences and Tenisha L James has been through many challenges that lead her to become the author of two books, a mother, and a highly-respected writer. On this episode of Above Average Driven Millennials, Nick Marraro, Podcast Director, had the privilege of discussing life with Tenisha, an incredible human being and role model. For those who need support and the tips to grow stronger, Tenisha's wise words are here.
On this episode of Above Average Driven Millennials, we hone in on the fact that life is a journey. Nick Marraro, Podcast Director, sat down with Nick Triano, a talented detective, and real estate agent to discuss his story and experiences. Nick dives deep into his world to talk about his WHY and what inspired him to take part in two extremely unique careers. Through his highs and lows, Nick has come out on top and holds nothing back when describing his life.For those who say, "There's not enough time in the day to accomplish all of my goals," Nick Triano proves you actually can!
In life, you face many situations that provoke the same questions, "Do I fend for myself or do I fight for others?"On this episode of Above Average Driven Millennials, Podcast Director, Nick Marraro, sits down with Kali Grace Turner to learn about her incredible trip around the world to the British Virgin Islands just a few days after Hurricane Irma. She witnessed destruction, sadness, and shock first-hand; events that truly shaped her life. From what she experienced to what she learned, this talk takes a deep dive into Kali's world and what motivates her to becoming the absolute best filmmaker she can be. Life is all about giving back rather than taking from others. Here's Kali's story!
Would you pull out the popcorn and witness your daily activities? This is the question you must ask yourself! On this podcast, Nick Marraro, Podcast Director, sits down with Chirag Sagar to discuss his life story and what lead him to starting his own company for helping entrepreneurs. As a millennial, it is so unique for someone to have experienced as much as Chirag has and his unique insights are sure to spark a fire deep within you!Create a life story you would be proud to witness!
On this podcast, John Vagueiro, president and founder of Adapting Social, and Nick Marraro, Podcast Director, sit down with Bret Shuford, the Broadway Life Coach to discuss his story and desire to pursue his dreams! If you are ever hesitant about going after your goals, this one is a must listen.
On this episode, John Vagueiro, president and founder of Adapting social, and Podcast Director, Nick Marraro, sit down with Lauren D'amelio and Sal Ventre to discuss Lauren's journey and success in the tricky world of cosmetology and hair styling. If you feel like quitting, this podcast will truly inspire you to NEVER GIVE UP.
This episode of PR Hangover features Hunter Burin, who has completed his year as Podcast Director for GVSU's PRSSA chapter. Hunter has the chance to talk about who he is and what his interests are with the new host, Courtney Fogle. Enjoy! Don't forget to follow us on Twitter (@GV_PRSSA)and Facebook to keep up with all we have stored for the summer and beyond!
On today’s show I speak to Director Joey Leland Malinski owner of Across the Bridge Productions. (ATB) is a video production company based out of Baltimore. They have been crafting and creating video content from concept to completion for years now. Whether it's a commercial, corporate video, documentary, or original content, they breathe life into every production and create something that makes an impact. Joey’s motto is "Make it Great". Discussing Joey’s work is a joy, check him out on the links below. We also speak about his time working with film director Ron Howard who’s credit include Frost/Nixon, A Beautiful Mind, Cocoon and more! Joey has also worked with cinematographer Wally Pfister who has shot Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, Inception, The Dark Knight Rises Memento, etc. Links for Joey: Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/joeymalinski Instagram: @ATBproductions Twitter: @joeymalinski
David talked with director Gaspar Gonzalez about his new documentary "A Long Way from Home: The Untold Story of Baseball’s Desegregation." Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s color line in 1947, but it took another generation of Black and Latino players to make the sport truly open to all. Playing in remote minor-league towns, these were the men who, before they could live their big-league dreams, first had to beat Jim Crow. Featuring James “Mudcat” Grant, Orlando Cepeda, Tony Pérez, Jimmy Wynn, Grover “Deacon” Jones, J.R. Richard, Enos Cabell, Octavio “Cookie” Rojas, Orlando Peña, and Bobby Tolan. Live in the studio will be Washington Post reporter Nick Eilerson -- we discuss his article "Verbal abuse from parents, coaches is causing a referee shortage in youth sports." JOIN THE CONVERSATION: On Social Media use #AskHWTPSports Call us at 1 347 989 0227; post your comments below. We'd love to hear from you!
This month Elephant Room Productions’ Artistic Director Lauren M. Shover discusses her play Captive and the long journey it’s gone through, and also gives listeners information on ERP’s next big project, Suicide Stories. The scene in this episode features ERP Marketing director, Katelyn Wilson, as Alice; guest artist, Meg Falasco, as Sarah; and Podcast Director, […]
The first ever special edition podcast features an interview with Director Washington and her thoughts on why staff should take the Employee Engagement Survey. In this episode, you'll hear about the innovative ways the department has improved since the last survey in 2015.
In part two of the one-year anniversary episode of Field Days, Chris Gautz (department spokesman) and Greg kick off the new weekly series of department-wide podcasts with Director Washington. The Director talks about the budget, department achievements and where she plans to lead next.
It's Field Days one-year anniversary and it get's better! Noah and Greg interview the head of the Michigan Department of Corrections, Director Heidi Washington. She talks about leadership, social media, photo ops and more. Listen through the end for a special announcement.
It was a slow news week, but that didn’t stop us from finding stuff to talk about! This time we’re joined by our guest host Ruth Day, who knows words and stuff. Don’t forget to ask your parent’s permission before going online. Host & Guests Tom Van Orden, Podcast Director... The post RoundTable 05: Nigerian princes want your social appeared first on CommonGeek.tv.
Lauren Gutin was born in Redondo Beach, CA, and moved to Henderson, NV. She attended San Diego State University and received a BA in interdisciplinary studies where she studied journalism, psychology and counseling and then went on to work in non-profit fundraising. She now works as the Podcast Director at Scout’s Agency. While working behind the scenes in the podcast industry and with her ever growing love for podcasts, she decided to start LMK How Podcast. Every Tuesday she interviews people from all different industries while also including solo episodes about the things that interest her. You can find LMK How wherever you listen to podcasts and on IG @lmkhowpodcast.