Earlier this month, the White House released the National Cybersecurity Strategy, the first issued since 2018. The strategy refocuses roles, responsibilities, and resource allocations in the digital ecosystem, with a five pillar approach. Those pillars are: defending critical infrastructure, disrupting threat actors, shaping market forces to drive security and resilience, investing in a resilient future, and forging international partnerships. We wanted to delve into the strategy and its intended effects further, so Dave Bittner spoke with representatives from industry and inside government. Dave first speaks with Adam Isles, Principal and Head of Cybersecurity Practice at The Chertoff Group, sharing industry's take on the strategy. Following that conversation, Dave had a discussion with Steve Kelly, Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Cybersecurity and Emerging Technology at the National Security Council, for a look at the strategy from inside the White House. Links to resources: Point of View: 2023 National Cybersecurity Strategy The Chertoff Group's blog National Cybersecurity Strategy 2023
A CISA tool helps secure Microsoft clouds.JCDC and pre-ransomware notification. CISA releases six ICS advisories. Reply phishing. Cl0p goes everywhere exploiting GoAnywhere. Russian electronic warfare units show the ability to locate Starlink terminals. Betsy Carmelite from Booz Allen Hamilton on the DoD's zero trust journey. Analysis of the National Cybersecurity strategy from our special guests, Adam Isles, Principal at the Chertoff Group and Steve Kelly, Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Cybersecurity and Emerging Technology with the National Security Council. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/12/57 Selected reading. JCDC Cultivates Pre-Ransomware Notification Capability (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency CISA) US cyber officials make urgent push to warn businesses about vulnerabilities to hackers (CNN) Untitled Goose Tool Aids Hunt and Incident Response in Azure, Azure Active Directory, and Microsoft 365 Environments | CISA (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency CISA) New CISA tool detects hacking activity in Microsoft cloud services (BleepingComputer) CISA Releases Six Industrial Control Systems Advisories (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency CISA) The Microsoft Reply Attack (Avanan) More victims emerge from Fortra GoAnywhere zero-day attacks (Security | More Clop GoAnywhere attack victims emerge (SC Media) Mass-Ransomware Attack on GoAnywhere File Transfer Tool Exposes Companies Worldwide (Medium) City of Toronto confirms data theft, Clop claims responsibility (BleepingComputer) Canadian movie chain Cineplex among the victims of GoAnywhere MFT hack (Financial Post) Personal data of Rio Tinto's Aussie staff may have been hacked - memo (Reuters) Another GoAnywhere Attack Affects Japanese Giant Hitachi Energy (Heimdal Security Blog) Using Starlink Paints a Target on Ukrainian Troops (Defense One) As CISA chief notes lack of Russian cyberattacks against US, experts focus on enhancing nuclear reactor security (Utility Dive) Using Deception to Learn About Russian Threat Actors (Security Boulevard)
U.S. tech stocks led markets for much of the day, even after TikTok CEO Shou Chew testified to Congress for the first time today. Maggie Lake is joined by Nadian Terman, the founder, CEO, and CIO of Solstein Capital, to break down the knock-on effects of yesterday's FOMC decision, why tech is rallying, and if we can trust it. We'll also hear why Real Vision co-founder and CEO Raoul Pal says that more QE is on the way. You can watch that entire interview here: https://rvtv.io/3G99FiT and find more of Nadine's work here: https://www.solsteincapital.com. This episode is sponsored by KraneShares's KRBN EFT is the 1st, largest and most liquid carbon ETF. Please read prospectus before investing at kraneshares.com/krbn/. Investing involves risk. Principal loss is possible. KRBN is distributed by SEI Investment Distribution Company (SIDCO). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Start your morning off with a double kick in the pants, as Dan and Craig bring you the latest and most crucial stories in the news every Tuesday and Thursday at 7am cst, or whenever they feel like it.On the Docket:Trump vs JesusSchool Principal gets DeepfakedFor more Dan: https://thesystemisdown.tvFor more Craig: https://breakthebellpod.comSupport the show
The Federal Reserve unanimously hiked interest rates by a quarter point today, continuing its fight against inflation while acknowledging concern for the apparently delicate U.S. banking system. So where does that leave investors from here? In this special 1-hour Fed Day Daily Briefing, Andreas Steno Larsen is joined by Real Vision's Mike Coolbaugh for an instant reaction to Fed Chair Jerome Powell's press conference and how markets are responding. Then the one and only Darius Dale, founder of 42 Macro, joins the show to share his macro outlook and discuss what just changed for investors. You can find more of Mike's work here: https://www.elementmacro.com/ and more from Darius here: https://42macro.com And if you missed any of the interviews from our latest series, How to Unf*ck your Future, catch up right here: https://rvtv.io/3mUOxWK This episode is sponsored by KraneShares's KRBN EFT is the 1st, largest and most liquid carbon ETF. Please read prospectus before investing at kraneshares.com/krbn/. Investing involves risk. Principal loss is possible. KRBN is distributed by SEI Investment Distribution Company (SIDCO). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Raising capital for your first real estate syndication can be a daunting task, but it is an essential step toward achieving your investment goals. In today's episode of the Share the Wealth Show, we welcome back Sonya Rocvil an experienced real estate investor. Sonya will be sharing her insights and expertise on raising capital for your first real estate syndication. She will discuss her journey, the challenges she faced, and the strategies she used to secure the capital she needed to launch her first project. Sonya Rocvil is the Principal and Founder of Bedrock Real Estate Investors, a privately-owned real estate company, specializing in the acquisitions and asset management of multifamily apartments in the United States. She has syndicated and operated multifamily deals totaling 462 units and valued at over $25m. Sonya has successfully life-cycled four apartment complexes totaling 374 units. She has also been an equity partner for multifamily investments totaling 438 units and valued at $28.7m. Sonya began her career as an auditor and later transitioned to finance at a Fortune 500 Company. Her depth of knowledge in business analytics and strategic implementations that drive growth has made her successful in acquiring and operating multifamily properties. This episode will provide valuable insights and guidance on how to raise capital for your first real estate syndication. So, let's dive in! ________________________________ FREE Discovery call for The Microfamily Investing Accelerator https://calendly.com/noirvest/themicrofamilyinvestingaccelerator ________________________________ [2:54 - 9:49] Approaching Potential Investors Nicole emphasizes the significance of demonstrating your expertise and capabilities to others. Sonya acknowledges that it can take longer for people who have known you for a while to invest with you. They discuss the challenges of approaching potential investors and asking them about their financial situation. [11:02 -14:20] Finding the Right Real Estate Market Sonya discusses her decision-making process for transitioning to a new real estate market. She mentions that the events that happened during that time are aligned with her goals. Because of how infrastructures are highly invested at the time. Sonya highlights Birmingham's strong and consistent real estate market due to its favorable location and economy. [11:02 -14:20] What is next for Sonya? Sonya discusses her plans to expand her real estate portfolio both in Birmingham and across the Southeast region. "Self-directed investment" refers to the ability to invest in assets beyond traditional options like stocks and bonds. [16:10 - 22:27] Closing Segment Sonya answers the Final Questions Sonya emphasizes the importance of diversification, stating that investing in hard assets can help balance out potential losses in the stock market. Drawing from the game of Monopoly, Sonya stresses the value of starting early, building a foundation, and growing from there. Sonya believes that wealth is something that can be passed down and is therefore transferable. When asked about her definition of success, Sonya emphasizes that success is a personal definition. For her, success is how and what she can/is willing to do to achieve her goals. Sonya also shares a question for the next guest, asking what advice they would give to their younger selves. How to get in touch with Sonya Quote: "When I think about wealth, I think about it from a generational perspective. How much are you able to preserve for the next set of people that are coming after you." - Sonya "Don't be scared to cross that line into the uncomfort zone. because it has to get crossed at some point if you're going to raise capital. " -Nicole Connect with Sonya! Website: www.bedrockreinvestors.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sonyarocvil/?hl=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sonyarocvil/ ___________________________________________ Let's get connected! You can find Nicole on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicole-pendergrass/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nvestornikki/?hl=en Facebook https://www.facebook.com/nvestornikki or Visit her website https://noirvestholdings.com LEAVE A REVIEW & SHARE THE WEALTH by SHARING this EPISODE with someone who wants to learn the secret strategies of the wealthy and build an abundant life. You can listen to previous episodes of Share the Wealth Show here. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/share-the-wealth-show/id1622218163
Greg and Justin sit down with Dan Waters, Owner and Principal at Creative Environments, which provides pool, spa, landscape design, and construction services in Phoenix.With over 33 years of design and landscape construction experience, Dan has worked on the design and development of landscaping for model home parks for Toll Brothers, Pulte Homes, Del Webb, Jackson Properties, and Engle Homes.Dan co-founded and helped to build Creative Environments from $700,000 in revenues to over $50 million. In addition, he has trained and mentored over 100 landscape designers and architects in the workings of quality design, and is a regular Guest Speaker at Arizona State University Construction Management Program.Listen in as Dan goes down memory lane, from earning $3.35 an hour in fast food as a kid to a one-off construction project for a swimming pool, to his first official landscaping job, to, at just 24 years old, purchasing the business that he would grow from a six to a 200-person operation.Dan also talks about Creative Environments' decision to put up their own metal fabrication shop, how they manage to stay within budget, and the astonishing speed at which the company accomplishes its projects.He discusses the business's client-facing approach, insisting that his salespeople are themselves designers who could see client desires and considerations from their point of view, offering something that matches their vision as closely as possible over simply getting the sale.Finally, Dan speaks on how the company is currently navigating a still-turbulent economy and lingering supply chain challenges. He explains why reputation management is something that no business owner should skimp on amid a market where delays and setbacks should be expected.Brought to you by TS Pool Supply A new retail experience providing customers a one-stop-shop for all their pool care needs. For an added bonus to our listeners use promo code POOLCHASERS10 at checkout for 10% off. Visit https://tspoolsupply.com/ Connect with Dan Waters & Creative Environments:Website - https://creativeenvironments.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/creativeenvironments/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/CreativeEnviron/Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/CreativeEnvir/Houzz - https://www.houzz.com/hznb/professionals/landscape-architects-and-landscape-designers/creative-environments-pfvwus-pf~1041325936?Connect with Pool Chasers:Website - https://poolchasers20.com/Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/poolchasersInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/poolchasers/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/poolchasers/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXIcnqHms_PEu8AAPafxdVATwitter - https://twitter.com/poolchasersPinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/poolchaserspodcast/TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@poolchasers
The metaverse has attracted both a lot of attention and a lot of skepticism. But first, what is the metaverse? What are the possible risks, how does it connect to web3 and how can businesses build trust into their metaverse activities from the start?In this episode, Roberto Hernandez, PwC's Global Metaverse Leader and US Customer Strategy & Experience Leader, is joined by Chris Duffey, Head of AI Innovation and Strategy for Adobe, at PwC's Emerging Tech Exchange. Listen as they discuss these questions and the current and future impact of these emerging technologies on the business landscape.To learn more on the topics and research discussed, check out PwC's 2023 Metaverse Predictions.For the full transcript, please visit pwc.com.About the podcast participantsRoberto Hernandez is a Principal in PwC's Consumer Finance practice. He has extensive experience in advising banking and lending clients on customer experience, strategy, operations , risk management, process improvement, and consumer compliance. Roberto has over 17 years experience in the financial services industry in both a consulting capacity and also working for two of the top 10 global financial institutions. Roberto is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and the author of several news articles as well as whitepapers on the topics of customer experience, operational strategy, regulatory compliance response, and target operating model design. Chris Duffey spearheads Adobe's strategic development design partnerships across the creative enterprise space. Chris' keynotes have received over 50 million impressions and his work has been featured by more than 100 global media outlets on topics including the Metaverse, Web3, NFTs, DAOs, generative experience design, computational creativity, the role of human + machine, and AI-enhanced creativity. Chris is the author of the award-winning book Superhuman Innovation, the world's first book co-authored by AI about AI. And has written the forthcoming book Decoding the Metaverse: Expand Your Business Using Web3.
Today Laura and Kevin are in NYC for LegalWeek 2023. They spoke with EY's Todd Marlin about winning a Leaders in Tech Law Award, the LegalWeek conference and the importance of being true to your brand. Todd is a Principal in the EY Forensic & Integrity Services practice and is the Global Forensic Technology and Innovation Leader. His main focus areas are forensic data analytics, cybersecurity, computer forensics, fraud detection, and electronic discovery. About LegalWeek: Legalweek is one week where thousands of legal professionals gather to network with their peers, dive deeper into their professional development, explore topics and strategies tailored specifically to their role, and gain the tools to get legal business done.Developed with input from ALM's legal editorial advisors and an advisory board of fifteen industry experts, this year's program will feature new session formats designed to provide a more engaging experience.Legalweek is the only place where you will gain the insights to tackle the changing legal landscape and learn actionable insights that will help legal leaders restructure, rebuild and reinvigorate today's law firms and legal departments.
Brandon Laws is joined by David Rizzo, Principal of Talent Strategy and Operations at Deloitte US, and deep dive into talent retention and development strategies. In this episode, you'll learn what makes Gen Z and Millennial employees tick, how to retain top talent, and what it means to develop capabilities in your people for an impact far beyond the here and now. TAKEAWAYS Gen Z and Millennials have very real concerns about how the rising cost of living will impact their daily lives. Employers must invest in employee growth and development, specifically in capabilities that will be portable and useful in the future. Employers should not be fearful of developing employees only for them to leave; instead, they should embrace growth initiatives as an opportunity to attract talent and retain talent. Creating in-demand and portable capabilities in employees has real benefits for the communities in which we live and work. A QUICK GLIMPSE INTO OUR PODCAST
STEMming in Stilettos with Dr. Toshia
Episode SummaryAtiyah has always loved math. It's in her DNA. She would go to the store and count out her change at the checkout line. Her math abilities led her to private school. She learned to navigate two different worlds, private school, and the real world. She's always wanted to inform the world using math. Black Girls Love Math is a labor of love to give girls a firm foundation and positive math identity. She has taken her love, life, career, and experiences and used them to assist other Black girls in persisting and succeeding at the next level starting with Math. Atiyah Harmon Bio She is the Founder and Executive Director of Black Girls Love Math. BGLM eliminates gender and racial inequalities in math for all who identify as Black girls in grades K-12. Additionally, she leads and creates adult professional learning. She is a Certified School Building Leader, Principal, and Leadership Coach with 15+ years of experience in education. She offers advanced instructional and leadership skills as well as expertise in instructional coaching, curriculum development, youth development, service learning, and positive behavior supports. She is committed to performance improvement and providing a full capability offering in educational enhancement activities from Kindergarten through twelfth grades.Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/atiyaharmonWebsite: https://www.blackgirlslovemath.org/ Support the showYou can find out more information about Dr. Toshia here:https://www.drtoshia.comSTEMming in Stilettos Youtube Channel: https://youtu.be/xAc25J7UH9A
In this conversation with Claire, we hear about her journey from LevFin to PE to now VC, and how she tapped into various networking opportunities and fields of career as she chose to pursue VC. She also shares some trends in the startup world she is tracking closely. And we end the chat with some candid and genuine advice for women who are trying to break into this ecosystem!
Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever
Maricela Soberanes is a Navy Veteran, apartment syndicator, and owner of Up Plex Multifamily Investments, which syndicates for mutual funds, acting as an operator by sourcing deals, raising capital, and managing assets. She began her real estate investing journey in 2006 with duplexes and fourplexes before making the leap to commercial real estate in 2020 with the purchase of a 130+ unit property in Austin, TX. In this episode, Maricela shares how she used networking and resources to scale her operations and help her think bigger. She also shares strategies for tackling multifamily deals in today's changing economic landscape. Maricela Soberanes | Real Estate Background Apartment syndicator and Principal at Up Plex Multifamily Investments Portfolio: GP of 2,000+ multifamily units JV of 3 mobile home parks and 2 self-storage facilities LP of 980 units (8 deals) Based in: Austin, TX Say hi to her at: Linktree Best Ever Book: Rocket Fuel by Gino Wickman Greatest Lesson: Find a community that provides you with the tools and the mindset needed to succeed. Click here to learn more about our sponsors: MFIN CON
U.S. equities rallied on the back of a bounceback day for banks, with shares of embattled First Republic jumping 50% on the day. Ash Bennington is joined by Jeremy Schwartz, global CIO of WisdomTree Asset Management, to examine the Fed's options — and the implications — ahead of tomorrow's interest rate decision. Whatever the central bank decides will have ripple effects stateside and abroad. You can find more of Jeremy's work here: https://www.wisdomtree.com/investments And don't miss this interview with Nouriel Roubini, where he explains why the Fed is screwed: https://rvtv.io/3JU5IAC This episode is sponsored by KraneShares's KRBN EFT is the 1st, largest and most liquid carbon ETF. Please read prospectus before investing at kraneshares.com/krbn/. Investing involves risk. Principal loss is possible. KRBN is distributed by SEI Investment Distribution Company (SIDCO). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
5 Talents Podcast - Commercial Real Estate, REI, Financial Freedom
Highly energetic and accomplished thought partner in the real estate analysis, acquisition, and project management space. Possess extensive experience in underwriting for returns, program/project management, evaluation, and execution across multiple industries and equipped with a record of success in building relationships and implementing innovative programs that support the strategic direction of the organization. An effective leader with a proven ability to supervise and lead high-performance teams to ensure a 100% success rate in achieving company goals in an extremely competitive business environment.Tony is also the Principal, Founder, and Servant at COR13 Capital.[00:01 - 05:11] Opening SegmentIntroducing Tony to the show!Tony is the founder of COR13 Capital and is a big name in the real estate placeHe started learning about multi-family investing and then moved into development[05:12 - 12:21] Having An Intentional Impact In The World Using Real EstateFocusing on build to rentEncouraging children to negotiate and learn the value of a dealUsing real estate as a mission and ministry to help people in needNaming the company after the BibleUsing love as a feature of the businessHis goal is to use real estate to impact lives and has an impact on what you do[12:22 - 24:01] The Difference Between Build To Rent And Single-Family Rentals How real estate fell into his lap and he kept pushing after itBuild-to-rent assets are typically from larger developersBuild-to-rent is a combination of single-family rentals and multi-familyResidents of build-to-rent enjoy the freedom of space and their own place to live without sharing walls or noise from neighbors[24:02 - 38: 29] Closing SegmentTony shares with listeners that, “Success in real estate requires accepting “No” as a fact and not an emotionSee the links below to connect with Tony!Quotes:“No is just an answer, not an emotion. And yes, is just an answer, not an affirmation.” - Tony Torres“The mission that we have behind our business is that we want to see lives changed and use real estate and businesses to do that.” - Tony TorresConnect with Tony through his LinkedIn & Twitter!Connect with me:www.5talents.capitalLinkedInInstagramWatch 5T CRE on YouTubeLeave us a review and receive your free ebookEmail us --> email@example.com 5 TALENTS CAPITAL | ABEL PACHECOIf you are ready to start your investment journey with 5 Talents Capital, here are the next steps you should take:View our informational video and case study at https://5talents.capital/grow-your-wealth/After viewing the video follow the prompts which will lead you to a scheduling link to meet one on one with Abel Pacheco. Register for our investor portal here investor portal once registered you will be able to review some of our past deals and you will receive alerts for upcoming investment opportunities.Support the show
The Commercial Real Estate Academy
The Commercial Real Estate Academy podcast was created to demystify the commercial real estate industry for the masses. During our weekly episodes, we interview industry experts on a host of different commercial real estate-related topics. Through these interviews, we hope to arm you with the knowledge, references, and tools you'll need to confidently pursue commercial real estate opportunities as a business owner and/or an investor. Raphael Collazo and Jeff Walston are excited to introduce their guest for this week! In today's episode, we hosted Joel Friedland, Principal at Brit Properties, for a lively conversation about why he decided to focus on industrial real estate investment. ▶️ During our conversation, we explored topics such as: • Strategies that he uses to grow his business, • His decision to focus on investing in industrial, • What is the syndication model, and how has he structured a recent investment, • Some criteria that he looks for in an investment opportunity, • Where does he see the future of industrial going, • As well as much more... ▶️ If you're interested in learning more about Joel, feel free to reach out to him via the following links: ▶ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joel-friedland-sior-5508a791/ ▶ Website: https://britproperties.com/ ▶ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Below I've provided links to books that were referenced during the episode: 1. Quotes That Will Change Your Life - https://www.amazon.com/Quotes-That-Will-Change-Your/dp/1573246948 If you find value in these episodes, please SUBSCRIBE and don't forget to leave us a 5
Growing up in Sri Lanka and finding her way to finance, The Colony Group's Indrika Arnold, Senior Wealth Advisor and Principal, is no stranger to stepping outside her comfort zone. Learn how she used these challenges to her advantage in this special episode sponsored by Her Wealth hosted by Colony Senior Wealth Advisor and Principal, Dawn Doebler.
As generations retire and millennials take up the baton, this week's guest knows business is in safe hands. But how can the new generations of manufacturers best leverage economics to succeed in business? We are delighted to be joined by Alan Beaulieu, President and Principal of ITR Economics, at the A3 Business Forum in Orlando, FL. In this short episode, Alan discusses how he makes economics riveting, explains why millennials are so crucial to business, and gives top tips on true leadership. Plus, he tells us who the unsung heroes of business are and why he sets out to make a difference in the world every day. Alan manages to make economics so fascinating – this is a must-listen. In this episode, find out: Why millennials must be taken seriously What Alan thinks business leaders miss Why leadership is not all about taking charge The most fulfilling parts of Alan's career Alan's views on how leaders should act Alan on the heroes of the economy Alan's clear mission and goals Making a difference in the world every day Enjoying the show? Please leave us a review here. Even one sentence helps. It's feedback from Manufacturing All-Stars like you that keeps us going! Tweetable Quotes: “It makes me feel really good about life when we can make a difference in the world.” “My generation is retiring in record numbers, and you're left with millennials. Those are the smartest people in the room.” “A leader without integrity is just the CEO or boss, not a real leader.” Links & mentions: Follow Alan on LinkedIn Find out more about ITR Economics Find out more about the A3 Business Forum 2023 Make sure to visit http://manufacturinghappyhour.com for detailed show notes and a full list of resources mentioned in this episode. Stay Innovative, Stay Thirsty.
In this episode, Ty Hagler and Duane Mancini discuss industrial design, Trig, their current program called med+design by Trig, how to approach innovation for healthcare, and so much more. Ty Hagler LinkedIn Trig Website Project Medtech Website Project Medtech LinkedIn Duane Mancini LinkedIn
Sean Luitjens is the Vice President of Product for Korn Ferry's Talent hub Suite. Sean has an extensive background working in strategic roles across organizations holding positions in Product Development, System Architecture, Global Sales, Corporate Strategy, Marketing, Benchmarking, and M&A. Prior to Korn Ferry, Sean held leadership positions at AIRINC and eQuest and was a Principal with the Information Product Solutions division of Mercer, where he managed the global benefits benchmarking business. His background also includes roles at Monster where, he was the Director of Product, Strategy and Acquisitions and a Product Manager and Developer for the interactive businesses of Fidelity Capital. In addition to his professional career, Sean also serves on the board of directors for two additional non-profit organizations. Sean has worked with clients and partners as well as spoken on a wide range of topics including but not limited to total rewards, pay equity, global mobility, recruitment, compensation and benefits methodology and trends, as well as merger & acquisition strategies. He is a 1992 graduate of Florida State University. When not working, Sean can likely be found in the great outdoors hitting the trails, climbing, or partaking in a triathlon.
Play Your Position with Mary Lou Kayser
Chris Larsen is the founder and Principal of Next-Level Income. Since “retiring” after 18 years in the medical device industry, he dedicates his time to helping others become financially independent through education and investment opportunities. Chris has been investing in and managing real estate for over 20 years. While completing his degree in Biomechanical Engineering and M.B.A. in Finance at Virginia Tech, he bought his first single-family rental at age 21. Chris expanded into development, private-lending, buying distressed debt as well as commercial office, and ultimately syndicating commercial properties. He began syndicating deals in 2016 and has been actively involved in over $1B of real estate acquisitions. In addition to real estate, Chris owns multiple car wash locations across the Southeast. Chris lives with his wife and two boys (and Viszla, Lucy!) in Asheville, NC where he loves spending time with them in the outdoors and enjoying the food and culture that the region has to offer. = = = = = My latest book, The Far Unlit Unknown -- will be available on March 20th everywhere books are sold! Keep an eye open for the official announcement on social: @maryloukayser (Instagram) https://www.linkedin.com/in/mlkayser/ (LinkedIn) Here are three more ways I can help you: Share this episode with one person who could use a boost of inspiration and positivity today. Bring me in to speak at your next event. Book a free call with me today to discuss that book you finally want to write in this year.
Taken over by their competitor UBS at the behest of the Swiss government, Credit Suisse is still sending ripples throughout the market over concerns about their AT1 bank bonds being wiped out. And while First Republic's stock plunged more than 30% in intraday trading, shares of some regional banks like New York Community Bancorp are rallying broadly. Real Vision's Ash Bennington and Jared Dillian, editor of The Daily Dirtnap, will explore the extent of the banking crisis and why gold is benefitting from the chaos. This episode is sponsored by KraneShares's KRBN ETF, the first, largest and most liquid carbon ETF. Please read prospectus before investing at kraneshares.com/krbn/. Investing involves risk. Principal loss is possible. KRBN is distributed by SEI Investment Distribution Company (SIDCO). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Eureka McAfee is a South Memphis native who is currently the Principal at Alcy Elementary School. She is a graduate of LeMoyne Owen College and member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Eureka begins the podcast with how the two of us first met when she and Coach Nedra Brown came to Millington, TN on a volleyball recruitment visit. McAFee talks about growing up in South Memphis being very active in sports and dance. She later matriculated to LeMoyne Owen College majoring in Education while playing volleyball. After graduation, Eureka began her teaching journey at Carnes Elementary pouring into the kindergartdners. Fast forward over two decades later, Eureka is now the Principal at Alcy Elementary providing value and structure. Eureka's gift of connecting with her students and staff is evident and recognized by MSCS. She has been coined "The Rapping Principal" and her videos have gone viral over the internet. Tap in to Eureka's amazing journey and discover how she's making a difference in the Memphis education system and beyond.
Passive Investing from Left Field
Todd Dexheimer, Principal of Endurus Capital and VitaCare Living, joins Jim Pfeifer to share how he found success in passive investing through multi-family deals as well as senior housing. He discusses the important differences between the two and the necessary market analysis in ensuring you have enough employees and target clients in running a senior housing property. He also talks about the one time he fixed and flipped a ski resort by figuring out all possible exits. “Make every day a Saturday” is one of Todd's favorite taglines encompassing his philosophy of doing what he loves. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review & share! https://leftfieldinvestors.com/podcast/
with Ben Grimes, Todd Marlin, and Alan Gibson On today's episode Laura and Kevin speak with Ben, Todd, and Alan around all things LegalWeek 2023.About today's guests:Ben Grimes is Vice President for US Enterprise Commercial, Northeast Region. Ben is responsible for leading a sales professional community to help Microsoft's clients drive digital transformation & cloud adoption strategies through leveraging Microsoft's cloud portfolio.Todd Marlin is a Principal in the EY Forensic & Integrity Services practice and is the Global Forensic Technology and Innovation Leader. His main focus areas are forensic data analytics, cybersecurity, computer forensics, fraud detection, and electronic discovery.Alan Gibson is a business development executive in Forensic & Integrity Services. He helps organizations use data analytics and technology to manage legal, regulatory and reputational risks and make more effective compliance, legal and business decisions.About LegalWeek: Legalweek is one week where thousands of legal professionals gather to network with their peers, dive deeper into their professional development, explore topics and strategies tailored specifically to their role, and gain the tools to get legal business done.Developed with input from ALM's legal editorial advisors and an advisory board of fifteen industry experts, this year's program will feature new session formats designed to provide a more engaging experience.Legalweek is the only place where you will gain the insights to tackle the changing legal landscape and learn actionable insights that will help legal leaders restructure, rebuild and reinvigorate today's law firms and legal departments.Click here to learn more about Legal Week 2023
The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch
Ophelia Brown is the Founder of Blossom Capital, one of Europe's newest but leading early-stage venture firms. Ophelia and the Blossom team have invested in stand-outs including Checkout, Duffel, Tines, and Moonpay. Prior to Blossom, Ophelia was a GP at LocalGlobe and a Principal at Index Ventures where her investments included Robinhood and Typeform. In Today's Episode with Ophelia Brown We Discuss: 1.) From Restaurant-Owning DJ to Leading European VC: How Ophelia made her way into the world of venture and came to found Blossom? What does Ophelia know now that she wishes she had known when she entered venture? What does Ophelia feel she is running away from? 2.) Venture Capital: The Market: Why does Ophelia believe the best venture firms focus either by stage/theme/geography? Why does Ophelia believe that marketing in venture has no substance? How can founders determine between what is real and what is false? Why does Ophelia believe that growth investors have ruined the venture market? When does Ophelia believe VCs will realise that FOMO investing is not a good strategy? 3.) Ophelia Brown: The Investor and Fund Manager: What has been Ophelia's biggest investing mistake? How did it change her mindset and approach? In a world where everyone does seed investing, why does Ophelia not? How was raising the first Blossom fund? What were some of her biggest lessons? Why does Ophelia believe that follow-on investing can damage returns? How does Ophelia reflect on her own relationship to price? When has she paid up and it worked? When has she paid up and it not worked? Does Ophelia think it is fair that many find her curt and abrasive to work with? 4.) Europe: Is Now Really The Right Time? What would Ophelia like to see change in the way European VCs act? If Ophelia could invest in one seed firm, one Series A firm and one growth firm in Europe, what would they be? Why? What are 1-2 of the biggest barriers Europe must overcome in the next 5 years?
Transforming Work with Sophie Wade
Winston Peters is the Program Director of the Entrepreneurs@MC program and the new Entrepreneur Center at Manhattan College in New York. He is a co-founder of WÜLF University and a Principal at MyÜberLife Consulting Group. Winston explains how he purposefully connects and builds trust with his Gen Z students starting with the first homework assignment. He teaches students the skills they want and need for entering the labor market including those not on the syllabus. Winston shares what drives and concerns Gen Z's leaving college. He suggests how we can build bridges across generations and help each other find fulfillment at work. KEY TAKEAWAYS [03:15] Winston quickly bores of building high-rises using his civil engineering degree and delves into the New York cultural scene. [03:54] Winston applies his skills differently to analyze and solve problems, wanting to make an impact. [05:00] Winston found many creatives don't fully understand the mechanics of their business. [07:00] An engineer's approach separates the fluff and breaks things down. [08:08] WULF university was launched to provide critical learning that students don't typically get in the classroom to help them in their careers. [08:58] Empathy skills are needed to complement students' competitive academic orientation so they can collaborate well in the workplace. [10:45] How does Winston shift students' mindsets? [11:22] Looking through different lenses to develop understanding and build trust. [12:51] How Winston shows up to develop trust, engage on a personal level, and make education collaborative. [15:24] The importance of checking in and understanding how each student is (really) doing. [17:02] Setting the tone at the beginning by understanding where people's energy is. [17:54] Human beings are judging machines based on pattern matching, and authenticity can be modeled to build a safe space. [19:15] Winston leads by example. [20:13] Winston's compelling first homework assignment. [20:56] Asking people how they learn develops understanding and context. [23:12] The four +1 types of entrepreneurship students Winston teaches at Manhattan College. [25:08] The importance of being anti-fragile and having multiple revenue streams. [26:44] Some want corporate jobs to learn about corporate structure (for their own future venture). [27:27] Two areas Gen Z's believe are going to be key to their future success: understanding financials and creating contacts. [29:25] Leaving college in debt, many students only explore the highest-paying jobs, not what will be fulfilling or give them security. [31:05] Many Gen Z's are entering the workforce taking jobs to survive. [32:00] Why Winston doesn't give extra credits in his class. [33:54] The fundamental teaching orientation for Winston is human-centric—how to solve humans' problems and sell to them. [35:37] Winston is excited to work with students on a competition for a Blue Economy project—to convert water into reusable electricity. [36:44] How Winston effectively enforces his “no phones in class” policy! [38:24] Winston asks what students want to learn beyond the syllabus for their preferred career. [40:02] IMMEDIATE ACTION TIP: If you are older, have more empathy for Gen Z: the world they are growing up in is very different; they are under a lot of pressure. Ask Gen Zers deeper questions about fulfillment. There's no job security, so how can you help each other find fulfillment and what does that look like? RESOURCES Winston Peters on LinkedIn Twitter @WinceP_ofMUL Instagram @Professor.p_ofMUL Entrepreneurs@MC at Manhattan College News about the Entrepreneur Center at Manhattan College MyÜberLife Consulting Group's website QUOTES (edited) “The basic premise of being an engineer is being a problem solver and able to break things down into empirical forms.” “There's no difference between hard and soft skills. Soft skills are just more human skills that aren't taught in the classroom that everyone needs.” “In your professional career, you will most likely be collaborating with people. And so the sooner you learn the skills of collaboration the better off you'll be, “How can we win together? Instead of how can I beat you?''” “Trust is the most important thing. I don't care how smart you are, but if you don't have the trust of a young person, good luck trying to convince them that what you're saying is true.” “Gen Zers want to be more entrepreneurial. They're looking for financial freedom and financial stability, as well as fulfillment.” “I have a three-strike no-phone policy in my classroom. If by the third strike, I see someone with their phone, I don't take away that person's phone, I take away everyone else's phone….Now everyone's working as a team. Everyone is accountable.”
Welcome back to another episode of the #squarepizzapod. This week, we have a guest host, Mathu Gibson, who is our Associate Director of Family Empowerment. Mathu is in conversation with Principal Glenn Starnes II, Harding University High School, and LeDuan Pratt, Garinger High School. Two Black Male Principals from our partner schools. In this episode: Influence and StoryHow did they get to where they are today? Who was their greatest influence? Community ImpactTell us about your school community and what makes it unique!What challenges do the families at your school face, + how are you working to overcome them?Vision + Hope:25 years from now:What impact do they hope to leave on their community?What changes within education and their community do they desire to see? Support the show
Denise Griffitts - Your Partner In Success!
An unimaginable tragedy suddenly and unexpectedly placed Jim Rafferty in a demanding volunteer leadership role as scoutmaster of a local Boy Scout troop. The story of how that shattered organization picked up the pieces and not only survived but thrived forms the basis of his book 'Leader by Accident - Lessons in Leadership, Loss and Life'. After Jim was let go a few years later from the job he'd held for more than two decades, he came to realize that the challenges and lessons he'd encountered as a youth leader had applications far beyond scouting. He used those experiences to fuel a successful journey into entrepreneurship. As a scoutmaster, Jim imparted dozens of bite-sized chunks of inspiration and life advice to the young men of the troop. Leader by Accident transforms those lessons into life advice for business leaders. Jim Rafferty is a marketing and communications consultant, speaker and presenter, and Principal of JMRketing, LLC, in Baltimore, Maryland where he resides. A former radio announcer and program director, Jim now puts three decades of marketing experience to work helping businesses communicate better, writing in a conversational and entertaining style. Connect with Jim Rafferty: Website | LinkedIn | Facebook | Amazon
Emotions are good for many things, just not for investing. Tom and Don discuss the many money moods that can be financial future killers. Plus, we hear from listeners about: A 401k that only offers Principal products. What is the best way to invest for a small-cap value tilt? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Juicebox Podcast: Type 1 Diabetes
Molly has type 1child with diabetes and she is a school principal. This BetterHelp link saves 10% on your first month of therapy Try delicious AG1 from Athletic Greens Use code JUICEBOX to save 35% at Cozy Earth Get the Gvoke HypoPen CONTOUR NEXTONE smart meter and CONTOUR DIABETES app Learn about the Dexcom G6 and G7 CGM Go tubeless with Omnipod 5 or Omnipod DASH Get your supplies from US MED or call 888-721-1514 Learn about Touched By Type 1 Take the T1DExchange survey A full list of our sponsors How to listen, disclaimer and more Apple Podcasts> Subscribe to the podcast today! The podcast is available on Spotify, Google Play, iHeartRadio, Radio Public, Amazon Music and all Android devices The show is now available as an Alexa skill. My type 1 diabetes parenting blog Arden's Day Listen to the Juicebox Podcast online Read my award winning memoir: Life Is Short, Laundry Is Eternal: Confessions of a Stay-At-Home Dad The Juicebox Podcast is a free show, but if you'd like to support the podcast directly, you can make a gift here or buy me a coffee. Thank you! Follow Scott on Social Media @ArdensDay @JuiceboxPodcast Disclaimer - Nothing you hear on the Juicebox Podcast or read on Arden's Day is intended as medical advice. You should always consult a physician before making changes to your health plan. If the podcast has helped you to live better with type 1 please tell someone else how to find the show and consider leaving a rating and review on iTunes. Thank you! Arden's Day and The Juicebox Podcast are not charitable organizations.
Beware the Ides of March - we are in the perfect storm for an economic collapse. Tom Fortino, Principal and Founder of Alpha Wealth Group, tells Shaun people are starting to catch on, but Shaun wants to know if it's too late! PLUS, Mailee Smith, Illinois Policy Institute's policy staff attorney says CTU is to blame for the down turn in SAT scores since 2017!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tune in to PwC's Next in Health to hear Denver Wallbrown, Exponential AI's Senior Vice President of Customer Success and Delivery, and PwC specialists discuss how new technology is helping to identify revenue leakage within the entire revenue management cycle of life sciences companies. Topics include: Three lifecycles that help determine where companies need support when identifying areas of revenue leakage Artificial Intelligence solutions used for real-time decisioning to make human-like decisions and solve revenue leakage problemsRealize the true value of AI to help solve business challenges across the value chainSpeakers:Denver Wallbrown, Senior Vice President of Customer Success and Delivery, Exponential AI Steve Foran, Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences Managing Director, PwC Igor Belokrinitsky, Strategy& Principal, PwCFor more information, please visit us at: https://www.pwc.com/us/en/industries/health-industries/health-research-institute/next-in-health-podcast.html.
Students make a racist deepfake video of school principal. Man in China robbed gas station then lived inside a cave for 14 years. World's first octopus farm proposal is causing concern. // Weird AF News is the only daily weird news podcast hosted by a comedian and recorded in a closet. Show your SUPPORT by joining the Weird AF News Patreon where you'll get bonus episodes and other weird af news stuff http://patreon.com/weirdafnews - WATCH Weird AF News on Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/weirdafnews - check out the official website https://WeirdAFnews.com and FOLLOW host Jonesy at http://instagram.com/funnyjones or http://twitter.com/funnyjones
In this episode of Cannabis Unlocked, Mara Sheldon (Principal at Squire Patton Boggs) sits down with Pete Karabas (Founding Partner at KEY Investment Partners) to discuss the current and past hurdles of cannabis reform, the impact different types of reform have on the cannabis industry, and what the future could hold as another presidential election cycle kicks into gear. The conversation begins with Mara's thoughts on the complicated journey the SAFE Banking bill has taken and what 2023 could bring for cannabis reform. From there, Mara speaks to the potential outcomes associated with rescheduling or de-scheduling cannabis, the odds of this happening in the near future and what this shift means for 280E. This episode concludes with Mara's perspectives on the timeline for cannabis reform and what could be expected going into the next presidential election. Please enjoy!
In this episode of The Right Angle Podcast, Elle Liu interviews Garland deGraffenried, Principal at JMH Development, a real estate development company based in New York City and Miami. Garland's journey in Real Estate started after earning his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Syracuse University in 2009. He began his career at Alloy Development, where he oversaw the design, planning, and project management of multiple luxury residential buildings in Brooklyn, New York. He later worked at Toll Brothers as a director and at DDG, where he led the development of design-driven residential properties in both New York City and Miami. Before joining JMH , Garland served as the Managing Director at SHVO, a luxury development and investment firm based in New York City. In addition to his real estate career, Garland is also dedicated to making a positive impact through The deGraffenried Foundation, a non-profit organization he founded and currently serves as board president. By providing award and scholarship programs and facilitating connections with industry leaders, Garland and his team are committed to supporting students in the design industry who are facing financial barriers, and helping them to achieve their career aspirations. [Further Links] Garland deGraffenried: The dF: https://www.thedf.org/ JMH Development: https://www.jmhdev.com/ Music: Track: SkyHigh — Enine [Audio Library Release] Music provided by Audio Library Plus Watch: https://youtu.be/q-lf6x9cVXw Free Download / Stream: https://alplus.io/skyhigh Follow Us: Instagram @therightanglepodcast Personal Instagram @elleliudesign https://www.therightanglepodcast.com https://anchor.fm/therightanglepodcast
From our annual Lay of the Land Conference, Dean Saunders invites some of Florida's leading developmental authorities to discuss the state's ever-increasing need for housing and the strategy for development in this growing market.Dean is joined by Noah Breakstone, Managing Partner and CEO at BTI Partners, Daniel B. Green, Principal at Wheelock Street Capital, and Jim Bavouset, EVP National Land Operations at Lennar.Learn more at SVNsaunders.com and LayoftheLandConference.com.
In today's episode of the Share the Wealth Show, Sonya Rocvil explores the important topic of self-care and why it's not selfish, the discussion centers around the importance of learning to choose what you truly want to do and being able to let go of the things that are not aligned with your goals. Sonya Rocvil is the Principal and Founder of Bedrock Real Estate Investors, a privately-owned real estate company, specializing in the acquisitions and asset management of multifamily apartments in the United States. She has syndicated and operated multifamily deals totaling 462 units and valued at over $25m. Sonya has successfully life-cycled four apartment complexes totaling 374 units. She has also been an equity partner for multifamily investments totaling 438 units and valued at $28.7m. Sonya began her career as an auditor and later transitioned to finance at a Fortune 500 Company. Her depth of knowledge in business analytics and strategic implementations that drive growth has made her successful in acquiring and operating multifamily properties. Join us as we share tips and insights on how to create your own not to-do list and make self-care a priority in your life. Let's get started! ________________________________ FREE Discovery call for The Microfamily Investing Accelerator https://calendly.com/noirvest/themicrofamilyinvestingaccelerator ________________________________ [2:15 - 8:45] The Importance of Prioritizing Goals and Finding Alignment - discusses the importance of letting go of activities that are not aligned with our goals and priorities. - Volunteering is highlighted as a means to meet new people and learn from them. - Sonya stresses the significance of alignment, where our actions and decisions should be aligned with our chosen direction. - Nicole acknowledges the challenges of juggling multiple activities and how it can lead to self-doubt. - They explain that holding onto things that we thought were aligned with us could hinder our growth. - Sonya shares about a friend who realized that taking on more activities did not necessarily result in the desired outcome. [12:10 - 17:15] Finding the Right Balance Between Prioritizing and Letting Go - How juggling multiple activities can be time-consuming, especially for mothers who also need to give time for their family. - They stress the importance of knowing which activities to prioritize and which ones to let go. - They also highlight the significance of transitioning smoothly, as it enables individuals to pass on their knowledge and skills to others. By doing so, they can help the next generation learn and carry on with the task at hand. [12:10 - 17:15] Who is Sonya Rocvil? - Sonya recommends the Real Estate Associate Program (REAP), which provides opportunities to expand one's network and learn from peers. - Sonya shares her personal journey of pursuing her passion for real estate and how she started exploring this field [23:45 - 27:15] Importance of Establishing Credibility and Syndication - Nicole asks about Sonya's initial investment. - Sonya describes her experience as a passive investor and emphasizes the importance of leveraging the knowledge gained from such ventures. - She also stresses the significance of establishing a strong foundation of credibility at the outset of any investment endeavor. - Syndication involves pooling funds from multiple investors to participate in a deal. Quote "You cannot help anybody if you're not okay." - Sonya Rocvil "You only have this limited amount of space, in your mind, and if you keep cramming things in there, you're not going to be able to function at your best." - Sonya Rocvil Connect with Sonya! Website: www.bedrockreinvestors.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sonyarocvil/?hl=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sonyarocvil/ ___________________________________________ Let's get connected! You can find Nicole on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicole-pendergrass/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nvestornikki/?hl=en Facebook https://www.facebook.com/nvestornikki or Visit her website https://noirvestholdings.com LEAVE A REVIEW & SHARE THE WEALTH by SHARING this EPISODE with someone who wants to learn the secret strategies of the wealthy and build an abundant life. You can listen to previous episodes of Share the Wealth Show here. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/share-the-wealth-show/id1622218163
Matt Wallace apparently has some info releasing today that supposedly could get Bill Gates put in jail. We're skeptical on whats actually gunna get released but, i guess we'll see what happens. Pentagon officials said in a draft document last week that aliens could be visiting our solar system and releasing smaller probes like missions conducted by NASA when studying other planets. President Biden tweeted a handwritten letter he allegedly received from a little girl asking him to "fix" the gender wage gap Tuesday. The internet scorched him for it, with many suggesting it was fake. A Kentucky middle school principal was arrested Monday, his first day on the job, He was served an arrest warrant at the school for fourth-degree assault and third-degree terroristic threatening. Dove is facing backlash after slamming Oscar-winning film 'The Whale' for using a 'fat suit' on actor Brendan Fraser. Pardon My American podcast (PMA) is an opinion-based podcast that explores politics, entertainment, paranormal, and culture all while having a good laugh. They keep things lighthearted as they dive into subjects that inspire you to think and ask questions. Support Our Sponsors ► Lucy ► Ghostbed Support Our Show ► Website ► Buy Merch ► Patreon Watch & Follow Our Show ► YouTube ► Rumble ► Rokfin ► Instagram ► Telegram
Guest: Jake Kupperman (@jbkupperman) Company: Level Ventures Location: New York, NY Background: Level is a leading data-driven investment manager focused on technology innovation. Their team thinks about venture investing differently than most, and they apply deep levels of data science to inform their decision-making process. Talking points (five-second version): The human aspect of venture capital becoming more data driven LP value creation to venture funds Non-obvious differences between working in venture and working at a fund of funds
Hans Sperling is the Founder and Principal of Sperling Law Corporation, a leading law firm that helps businesses close the best deals while also protecting their legal interests.http://sperlinglawcorp.com/SLC_Website/About.html They've represented hundreds of small and billion-dollar companies in a wide range of business transactions, including M&A and joint ventures, intellectual property protection, and general corporate matters. Hans has 20+ years experience in corporate law and spent his first seven years as an attorney in Japan, working on large and complex international business deals. He graduated with honors from Tulane Law School, where he was Senior Managing Editor of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal. Before law school, he worked at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's (OECD) Environment Directorate in Paris, helping implement a major multilateral treaty.Find Hans on LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/hanssperling/ Louis Goodman www.louisgoodman.comhttps://www.lovethylawyer.com/510.582.9090Music: Joel Katz, Seaside Recording, MauiTech: Bryan Matheson, Skyline Studios, OaklandAudiograms: Paul Roberts email@example.com
For years, the international community has wrestled with how to reconcile sanctions policies targeting terrorist groups and other malevolent actors with the need to provide humanitarian assistance in areas under those groups' control. Late last year, both the Biden administration and the UN Security Council took major steps toward a new approach on this issue, installing broad carveouts for humanitarian assistance into existing sanctions regimes. To talk through these changes, Lawfare Senior Editor Scott R. Anderson sat down with two leading sanctions experts: Rachel Alpert, a Partner at the law firm Jenner & Block and former State Department attorney, and Alex Zerden, the Founder and Principal of Capitol Peak Strategies and a former Treasury Department official, including at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan. They talked about the long-standing issues surrounding humanitarian assistance, what these changes may mean in jurisdictions like Afghanistan, and where more changes may yet be forthcoming. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Commercial Real Estate Academy
The Commercial Real Estate Academy podcast was created to demystify the commercial real estate industry for the masses. During our weekly episodes, we interview industry experts on a host of different commercial real estate-related topics. Through these interviews, we hope to arm you with the knowledge, references, and tools you'll need to confidently pursue commercial real estate opportunities as a business owner and/or an investor. Raphael Collazo and Jeff Walston are excited to introduce their guest for this week! In today's episode, we hosted Brandon Carrillo, Principal at Lee & Associates Commercial Real Estate, for a lively conversation about how the industrial market in Los Angeles has evolved since he started. ▶️ During our conversation, we explored topics such as: • His decision to focus on industrial real estate, • The evolution of the LA industrial market: A look back since he started • The future of the industrial market • One piece of advice he wishes he had received when first starting out in real estate • As well as much more... ▶️ If you're interested in learning more about Brandon, feel free to reach out to him via the following links: ▶ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandon-carrillo-4703349/ ▶ Website: https://www.lee-associates.com/ ▶ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Below I've provided links to books that were referenced during the episode: 1. Bible - https://www.amazon.com/Bibles/s?k=Bibles If you find value in these episodes, please SUBSCRIBE and don't forget to leave us a 5
Daniel Hoffman, Ret. CIA Senior Clandestine Services Officer and a Fox News Contributor Topic: Xi to visit Putin, China's role in brokering peace between Saudi Arabia and Iran, Australia offering to brief China on nuclear submarine deal Monica Crowley, Former Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury and the host of "The Monica Crowley Podcast" available on all major platformsTopic: Bank failures Stephen Schork, Principal and co-founder of The Schork GroupTopic: Biden approves massive oil drilling projectSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jamie Rhode, Principal at Verdis Investment Management, sheds light on the opaque world of LPs. Jamie shares insights into how data is utilized at Verdis to make informed decisions about fund allocation strategy. She offers valuable advice for building successful GP/LP relationships, and ofers her views on prevailing trends in the venture capital industry.In this episode, you'll learn:[9:34] How Verdis chooses VC firms to invest in [16:10] California is home to the majority of U.S. unicorns, followed by New York, according to Verdis data[25:07] Leaning on diversification to increase the chances of getting big winners[31:29] Advice for GPs intending to work with a family officeThe non-profit organizations that Jamie is passionate about: Cradles to CrayonsAbout Guest SpeakerJamie Rhode is Principal at Verdis Investment Management. She joined Verdis from Bloomberg, where she held roles in both equity research and credit analysis. There, she created, managed and leveraged an extensive library of statutory and financial and market data for buy and sell-side clients that use Bloomberg to make investment decisions.A licensed Chartered Financial Analyst, she earned her bachelor's degree in Finance and Marketing from Drexel University's College of Business Administration.Fun fact: Jamie is an Eagles fan. Go Birds!!About Verdis Investment ManagementVerdis Investment Management is a single family office investing globally from their base outside of Philadelphia. Verdis was established in 2004, building on a rich legacy that has spanned three centuries. The family office is focused on venture capital, private equity and hedge fund investment sourcing and due diligence.Subscribe to our podcast and stay tuned for our next episode. Follow Us: Twitter | Linkedin | Instagram |
March 14: Today on TownHall Sue Schade, Principal at StarBridge Advisors speaks with Ed Kopetsky before his recent retirement from his position as the Chief Information and Digital Officer at Stanford Children's Health about the work his team has done over the years and implementing lean methodology. What has Ed and his team accomplished in his 14 year tenure at Stanford Children's? How did he leverage lean methodologies when he introduced it to his organization? How has he been able to position his organization to develop innovative solutions? As he gets ready to retire, what pearls of wisdom would he share with up and coming leaders?As the healthcare industry undergoes a rapid digital transformation, IT security must stay ahead of the curve. CISOs need to think ahead and proactively develop security policies and processes to ensure that healthcare organizations are secure and compliant with rapidly evolving regulations. Join us on our April 6 webinar, “Leader Series: CISO Priorities for 2023” to explore healthcare companies' challenges today and the strategies CISOs can use to stay on top of the security priorities for 2023.Subscribe: This Week HealthTwitter: This Week HealthLinkedIn: Week HealthDonate: Alex's Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer
Creating Wealth through Passive Apartment Investing
With Fortune 50 management and Big 4 leadership experience under his belt, Hendra Tambunan, Principal at Idea Box Capital, has turned his entrepreneurial ambitions towards Single Family investing eventually turned into multifamily investment in late 2018, a decision that has allowed him to access new opportunities and expand his financial interests. His portfolio includes more than 700 apartment units in Texas and Kentucky. Key Highlights- Getting started in multifamily investments- Plugging in the right community of investors- Investing in Joint Venture deals over Syndication deals- Picking up an investment target market- Investment markets for the next 12-18monthsConnect with HendraPhone: 510-270-2920Follow Rama on socials!LinkedIn | Meta | Twitter | InstagramConnect to Rama KrishnaE-mail: email@example.comWebsite: www.ushacapital.com Register for this year's Multifamily AP360 virtual conference - multifamilyap360.com
Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever
Andrew Dunn is a Principal at VAC Development, which specializes in value-add and distressed property investments specifically in the office, multifamily, storage, and industrial sectors. In this episode, he reviews several creative industrial deals he's sealed in Vegas and Reno, how he responds to economic ups and downs, and how he balances value-add purchases vs. ground-up development deals. Andrew Dunn | Real Estate Background Principal at VAC Development Portfolio: Office, industrial, land, retail, and single family rental flips Based in: Las Vegas, Nevada Say hi to him at: vacdevelopment.com Linkedin Instagram Twitter TikTok Best Ever Book: Can't Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds by David Goggins Greatest Lesson: Know when to walk away, when to persevere, and most importantly, when to keep your mouth shut. Click here to learn more about our sponsors: MFIN CON