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"communications manager" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

02:13 min | 4 months ago

"communications manager" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Ten Switching gears just a little bit more more fallout of the andrew cuomo situation was listening to a great pro. You know a lot of people in lots radio stations. I'll be honest. There's always one or two programs that i could go without that. We don't have that on on kafe game. I was listening on my way home last night. Last night went saw. Some friends and i was driving. Home was listening to the mark levin camp robin show which is a nationally syndicated. Show that we air after any of our game broadcast late at night. They dug up some clips along the way of what people were saying about cuomo in the middle in the middle of the pandemic one of my favorite was. I'd wanna know what trump thinks because really Cuomo is acting like the sitting president. Like if that was the case we would have just lost a president because he was a pervert also a lot of old people died because of gomo in his regulations so there is a lot of clips that did not age. Well we're two weeks out from the first New york state governor Who is a female And you know if you look at our policies they're probably even further left than cuomo was so at least we don't have a pervert in as the new york state governor and this guy's not gonna go away though right i mean he's gonna have to try and pop back up. I don't think he'll do it successfully. But i think this was a democratic hopeful for the presidency at some point nine forty nine the time air solutions here in greeley man this heat. It's been bad he had the smoke in there. You need a reprieve from the heat. Makes your air conditioner is up to status quo if not even better. It's with air solutions. Haven't come out service it check it. It's just like a car right you. If things are going go bad on it when you use it this much you gotta try and keep up with it. Have them come out do a routine update on it. Check it out and who knows. Maybe there's a.

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"communications manager" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

04:37 min | 4 months ago

"communications manager" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Sales goes to helping provide meals So it's it's just incredible to have these sponsors and they they making this event possible We couldn't do without him. Yeah we're talking with western edmonds again. the communications manager for weld foodbank about the house for hunger. So tell me your methodology when you attend a beer festival or do you just do you go in order to just get in line and boom boom boom to get the shortest line. Do you go. I know i want to start with that beer and work differently. What is your method when he get beer festival. When i start i just want to get things going so i do go for the one. That's the shortest line. Because i know i'm going to try them all like yeah opportunity that like you don't have to drive to mighty river and max line and tim neth brewer's or beer works. You don't have to go to all these places. They're all right there..

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Interview with Jasmine Davis & Lisa Yeaton from Extreme Networks

Culture, Comms & Cocktails

02:17 min | 8 months ago

Interview with Jasmine Davis & Lisa Yeaton from Extreme Networks

"On this episode of culture comes cocktails. We have jasmine davis internal communications manager at extreme networks and lisa eaten senior senior social media specialists that extreme networks first time. I've had multiple guests on the podcast from excited about this. Welcome to the podcast. Jasmine and lisa. Thanks for having us. We're really really excited. So thank you for the platform. Yeah thank you were hosting if they were excited to be your first double guests. It's it's a lot to take in. We've got a lot of great stories to share so one of the make sure we brought brought both of you on. I'm going to start things off. Lisa with you. You spend a minute talking about your role at extreme and your career there and maybe even a bit about extreme networks for anybody who's not familiar with a company. Yes so let me get started with boy with extreme networks. Networks is so extreme is a networking provider so we provide Networking solutions like wi fi. Router in your home we sell that technology but instead of selling it to individual homes we sell to enterprises businesses so we are the official wi fi solutions provider of the nfl. And the mlb example. It goes beyond businesses. Were also doing venues Hospitals governments a lot of universities and schools. We have around fifty thousand customers in eleven thousand partners around the globe that we work with. And i've been with extreme now for five years my first week at extreme with actually when we launched the social course product. We were as either sixty at extremes. So that's kind of fun back. I wasn't on the team. That launched it but it did launch. When i first started though either six. You've been around. As long as i have. And i started out as an intern. In now i moved around the content and communications teams. Now i manage the corporate social media accounts for extreme and i also help enable the feel team because we are global company so we have them course social media channels but then we have around thirty global handle. That are field. Marketing teams managed. And i help them to enable that they give them different assets that they can translate in their region and things like that and then we use either sixty s a tool to help enable them as well so along with jasmine. We own manage the sixty platform together.

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"communications manager" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

07:59 min | 10 months ago

"communications manager" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"In our community particularly for our kids as a result of a grant that is going to be shared among seven colorado organizations This grant from the no kid hungry campaign by share our strength the wealth food bank will be able to six thousand. Say additional meals for kids. But i'll check in on that designation with a west and communications manager the wealthy food bank. Hey weston wanna gail. This is great news. Yeah it was It was quite a surprise. It's it's for always in a way somewhat surprised because You know the nonprofit world when you start depending on something that's when falsely so the we always just keep a a cautious optimism when it comes to stuff but as they seem in. Gosh it's a year since all this started. I know it's hard to believe. I was talking about that this morning. Isn't it strange. How time just kind of warped over. Twenty twenty because the days went slow at least in my very humble opinion but the the year just flew by. It's like twenty twenty was kind of like a black hole in more quakes and get out of black hole so i hope it's not a black hole right. Yeah exactly exactly. We'll just need a wormhole. I guess. I guess it's kind of like you know the cosmic version of chutes and ladders. Getting in the way back machine there. That's right that's right now did you. Did you apply for this grant. Is that how this word most of our grants we do. Apply for There are times scripts that come through that They just wanna war to us but how most being processes where is is. They announced they say. Hey we got this money Anyway here's the qualifications and then Organizations are able to apply so so we did apply for it and a lot of what the grant process is is kind of what i do with you and i come on the radio. Only talk to folks. Just let them know what we're doing How their funding can help us. And then when we're worded it we just have to give a report afterwards to say what we said. We would do Jaden watson fisher writing in the greeley trip Talking about this organization that Well benefited not only the weld foodbank. Six other colorado organizations selected to receive that money This is the no kid hungry campaign by share our strength. Apparently three hundred and fifty eight thousand dollars will be split between the selected school districts and to provide food for those in need but cut on this point. Because in this piece jaden watson fisher went on to say this donation brings the total amount of grant money for colorado nonprofits to more than eight hundred thousand dollars in the last year and again. I'm kind of riffing off your a very important point that you don't want to become dependent on a grant money because when you do well let's just say sometimes you get the opposite outcome but how was twenty twenty in terms of grant money for the world food bank twenty twenty in general not just create money Because again being with a in the pandemic and disaster disasters happen. Funding is actually Seems to be much higher or more available So when it comes to grants there was A lot of opportunity where we saw a lot of growth And elida has just encouragement and support was actually from local donors. We had so many new donors this year. We had so. Many people increase their donations. We had we heard from quite a few people who who said they. They did what they could as they know that people are more need than ever actually got a note for a woman with her donation And she said this is a small donation that we normally used by butter and our church. But i wanted to make sure it's still win With people need it so it was just everyone doing every part that they could to help us at our development assistant to say. The least has had the busiest i mean. She's he's done. Probably three years worth of work in the last ten months With just the amount of new donations and and and folks increasing donation. So it's It's been a great. It's been a great year but on the flip side of that with that increase financial. We have doubled the amount of people we serve so that that funding. It's not like that funding's coming in and we're we're just sitting on a rainy day. It's being turned around and spent like almost immediately As folks continue to be a need. And we've taunted at great length about how a pandemic and emergency whatever. The case may be a natural disaster it can bring out the very best ended concertedly bring out the very worst and those stories of just those nations because no amount is too small when it comes to supporting the world food bank and particularly as we've talked about over the years that what you've witnessed far longer than i have been so honored and privileged to be a part of the effort to support the wealth food bank. We've just seen you guys. Just blow me away with your ability to say it's time to step up and it's time to help our community. The generosity of this community is just so incredible especially now listen. Oh absolutely It's it's easy to get stuck and Especially with being so separated this year and distance. It's easy to get stuck in our own little worlds but our community has just been amazing. Nobody has put their head in the sand. Nobody's close the blinds and hunker down in the bunker. The faith understood that It's through the community to since nineteen eighty two. We've dependent upon the community to help us run the bank because we can't do it on our own so it's just it's just incredible to see the generosity continue to pour in Ns helping people like cheryl. I had the pleasure speaking with jail on the phone yesterday. And she just wanted to call the thing Thank the staff and volunteers for working so hard to get food. These is our senior program. It was just so grateful. She said she prays us and thank us enough for the food that she gets in the healthy food she did. But i i share that. Because that's not you just for the sat in the mall in tears. Thank you for a community whose donated a bag of food stamp out hunger. Who's britain one hundred dollar check every month. That's helping people like sheryl go not have to go without and she said that she said well house. You guys were times based on without so. It's helping people like sheryl and and their kids my grandkids to make sure that they don't have to go without seven fifteen now. Thirteen ten kfi k. A thirteen ten kfi k. a. dot com northern colorado's voice joined by western edmonds communications manager with the weld food bank and nobody can stretch a dollar like the whale. Food.

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Gender Discrimination and Harassment at Sea

Short Wave

09:51 min | 1 year ago

Gender Discrimination and Harassment at Sea

"Now if the mosaic expedition sounds familiar to you, it might be because back in December we aired two episodes on the research being done. But today we're turning away from the research and focusing on Chelsea's reporting. The Mosaic Expedition Gender Discrimination and harassment and how they're an all too common reality for many field scientists. I'm Maddie Safai and this a shortwave from NPR. So on October eighth a few weeks. Into the mission a meeting was called and it was led by this communications manager, with Awa, the German institute kind of spearheading the mission like who was there and what was that meeting about. Right. So that meeting was held by Katharina Vice Tweeter who was a Manager and she held that meeting with all of the journalists who were on board the ship at that time, and so at that point, there were four of us all women, and so we all sat down and she kind of told us. I want to just clarify. The rules of the new dress code that was announced yesterday at the General Meeting, and then she went on to tell us you know this is a safety issue and there are a lot of men on board this ship and some of them are going to be on this ship for months at a time, and this is a safety issue something that needs to be taken seriously and so. I should say she did not come out and say we are concerned that. Men On this shipper going to harass you or assault you if you dress a certain way so but it was heavily implied by this. Multiple Times telling us there are many men on board the ship and you need to not wear tight fitting clothing or revealing clothing. Yeah. Yeah I mean, what did you take from that? Like when you walked away from that meeting what did you take from them? Well what we took from. It was that there was a risk of harassment or something worse. You know if we didn't dress more modestly on board the ship. And, we really were alarmed by this because we started wondering. If. There had been some incidents that had prompted the change in the rules and what was this bit about a safety issue was there some threat to the safety of the women on board and what? Exactly? was that threat and so we were you know, of course irritated. By by implication that we should have to change the way we dress because there are a lot of men on board the ship, but we were also alarmed. Yeah I, mean when you wrote about the dress code meeting, you noted that it came after some problems with harassment that had already sort of percolated on the ship. That's correct. Although at the time we actually were not aware of that. So as I reported the story that that came out in my reporting later, there had been a an incident in which some women on board the ship reported to the cruise leader that that they had been harassed by men on board the ship, and then you know there was a meeting, it was brought to the captain and the men were prohibited from further contact with those participants and and it was never made widely known. Anybody else on board that ship that there had been an incident like this And so nobody knew about this at the time, the dress code was announced. So you know we all Kinda had this suspicion about a safety. What exactly does that mean? was there some incident but I did not find out that any incident had occurred until much later. And this wasn't the only incident of gender-based discrimination while you were aboard. Right you wrote that the dress code kind of became a symbol of these inequities, but there was other stuff going on to. That's correct. So there was the harassment incident that occurred shortly before the dress code was enacted, and then later on, there was an incident in which. A group of Were kind of called together. Asked to volunteer basically to participate in a work assignment and the work incitement involved a helicopter ride over to. The Polar Stern, which was the main research vessel participating the expedition and. Helping to unload a bunch of boxes and supplies and that sort of thing and so. The group volunteered for this work assignment, originally consisted of both men and women and then later on the cruise leader removed the to women participants from that assignment and replace them with men and I'm told that this event also sparked a lot of resentment among the women who were familiar with the incident, and so you know I asked crews leader later about this incident and he said that he did this to comply with a German law that dictates How much men are allowed to lift on work assignments versus women are allowed to lift on work assignments but it was a little odd because he sent me the law and I looked at over and the way he described the work assignment and the amount of weight that was going to be distributed among the people participating those weights should have actually exceeded the weight limits for both men and women. So I could not get really a clear justification on why only women were removed from that work assignment and again people who are involved with that situation or who were familiar with that situation we're upset by that as well. Yeah. I mean, Chelsea, this isn't just the mosaic right in your reporting. You discussed a twenty eighteen study by the National Science Foundation about the prevalence of sexual harassment and you noted according to the study the. Two biggest predictors are settings where they're more men than women and I'm quoting environments that suggest a tolerance for bad behaviour I mean is this the situation that you saw when you were reporting on the Mosaic Mission? Right? So I spoke with various experts on a gender and policy in field science and in polar science and they all kind of pointed to leadership on these expeditions. That's really a primary factor in kind of environment. Is it going to be you know for the women participating in these expeditions and so it's really important from what I've been told by these experts to have a leadership that is prepared to deal with issues of sexual harassment or discrimination. If they should come up leadership that's trained to deal with these kinds of issues that's train to prevent these kinds of issues from coming up in the first place. Leadership, that sets very clear rules and boundaries at the start of an expedition for what will be tolerated and what will not be tolerated and I think that really does speak to what went wrong on academic fed off. You know there was a dress code that was enacted midway through the cruise. It was a surprise to everybody it was communicated in a really kind of vague and distressing an alarming way. Harassment incident that arose that was kind of it'd be swept under the rug a little bit at the time may or may not have influenced the dress code. So. Yes. I think this really all speaks to kind of a lack of preparation to prevent these kinds of issues arising in the first place and from dealing with them in the proper ways when they do arise. Yeah. Yeah and you know Chelsea I'm wondering what is the response to your piece? Ben So far since you wrote. The response to the peace has been mainly very positive so far. So I've heard from a lot of scientists researchers both in polar science and in other fields. Who have been very supportive and who have said you know this is an issue that happens all the time that's very common but that needs to be talked about more and so you know it's very important to kind of bring these issues into the light and. It has been. It's it's not been great to hear that there are so many other people who have had similar experiences. You know that's that's disappointing and distressing to hear but you know. But a lot of people have said you know this, this is very common and it's good that we're starting to talk about this more do. Yeah. I mean you mentioned Chelsea some moments of solidarity from the participants aboard the most recent being this unified statement responding to your article signed by the large majority of Grad, students on board. Did this. You know inspire any hope for you about the future of the this type of field research. It did absolutely, it did that statement basically said that it was disappointing to see rules and policies on board. The ship that might imply that women should have to change the way they dress to manage the behavior of men or policies that might limit women's involvement in fieldwork, and so you know the students know in their statement that they were. You know grateful for. The opportunity to go on the expedition into work with leading polar scientists in the field. But this was something that that was not acceptable to them and you know it wasn't courage to read that statement and to just kind of see the interest in the concern about these kinds of issues from you know what's going to be the next generation of polar scientists and I do think that this is something that will hopefully Garner a little bit more attention inspire some change in the future.

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"communications manager" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"communications manager" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Hopefully, we got a couple of championships coming back after these balls man, but that I don't care if it's an asterix here. Yes. Absolutely, Western. Thank you my friend. Thank you for. What you guys do over there and stay safe. Stay healthy. We'll talk with these. Okay. All. Right. Thanks. That is West Edmonds Communications Manager at the Weld foodbank. Obviously. Just got a minute left. So we won't. We won't dive into the headline that caught my eye, but do so much think western? Edmonds and Weld Foodbank, we're going to be talking with a lot of these these nonprofits again, just checking in. On how everybody's holding up because there's a lot of people in need right now and these nonprofits that that really do what they can to ensure everybody out there. Can't get the care that they need So let's recap the show. Of course, We talked a lot about governor poll listen and his his executive order, not just the mask wearing, but the ten o'clock mandate for the last call that has the temporary restraining order on that has been denied. So that will not be happening. The ten o'clock. Last call will stay into effect. Go and read that quote from judge. Brian White I mean just saying that if left to their own devices, people can't do what's right that might have been. One of the most infuriating quotes I've ever seen that Just top. But that look for us we'll we back on it on a Friday. Don't go anywhere. We have the whole show coming up next, it's been no co now on northern voice thirteen, ten KFI..

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"communications manager" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

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05:44 min | 1 year ago

"communications manager" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Live from the adult collision specialist studios. I am Tanner swint, Ryan Kelly in the production work as always. Well, we know it. We've said it a lot that. There's not been anybody that hasn't been impacted by Cova Nineteen, and some of the people hit. The hardest have been nonprofits because you got a tough a monetary situation. But you've got a increased need for for a lot of these nonprofits and wealth food bank is one of them that we are great partners and great friends with here in northern Colorado and Western, the communications manager joining us west, and how are you my friend? I'm doing pretty good. How are you? I'm doing well doing well, thanks for taking some time and joining me and Well, it's been a couple of months since we last talked but. Last time we did talk the numbers were skyrocketing. How do we stand today? We stand pretty much about the same that we were when when all this started you know we kinda saw a huge uptick in the month of April, but it never really seemed to let off gas as far as folks needing help. Is that what you were kind of expecting or I mean, it's hard to expect anything right now during all this, but is that kind of what you were planning on? Yeah, you know the. Hunger is not a very difficult thing to understand and when you work at long enough, you kind of know the signs that will lead to people needing our services and the biggest one is when people lose a job and so stuff started closing down. People were Sir load or laid off entirely. We just we just knew that he was gonna hit hard and. Already once close down the schools as well. We just knew that that was a one two. Combo for many families in our community that instantly found themselves in a place. They never expected that they would be even at the beginning of the school year will and I know I did see some school districts to try to go above and beyond and provide meals what has been the working relationship with school districts here in in Weld, county. Yeah, absolutely it is we've thrived on partnerships, so not only in our kids programs, but through all of our programs, it's really been the community stepping up in a big way. But with the school district specifically we partnered with districts six year in Greeley, Evans, and through their meal distributions, they get through the summer Once a week, we would go out with a couple of bucks trucks and do kind of a mini mobile food pantry, sending out produce items to these locations and then We would also work with them to disturb..

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"communications manager" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

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04:40 min | 1 year ago

"communications manager" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Closing in on four, twenty three, you welcome back into the collusion specialists, studios. This is Co. now I'm -TAINER swint, and hope everybody out. There is having a nice. Well hopefully, if you're headed home the traffic's good for everybody out there again. Thunderstorm through here but. We're happy to be with you now. I have talked about this time and time again, and if you follow it along with the show, you know. That, early on I applaud governor poll for how he was handling things He was he was kind of doing his own thing wasn't falling political parties or political guidelines. And I? It was. It was it was applauded because it made sense the last couple of decisions that have been made I don't necessarily understand, and there was a lot of people who didn't understand the last call at ten PM, and there was a well, there was a legal fight that took place and they after a day and a half of testimony judge Brian. Whitney. Denied a request for A. A temporary restraining order related to the executive order to move last call ten PM. The plaintiffs which included numerous bars are also challenging in order, which sets a numerical limit for indoor capacity. Whitney decided not to grant a restraining order for either either order while they continue to be challenged in the court system. So this doesn't mean it's necessarily dead in the water, but it means that it's going to. Vote. Bode. Well, for his ruling means the orders will stay unless there's another court ruling that determining something different quote. The health department did the best they could he said, I. Do see my decision is going to harm some businesses and I am sad about that. His decision can be appealed just prior to the decision. polls was asked about the last call order at a virtual news conference. He said he's standing by called it a quote unquote, one of the least bad options, but he was asked. Point Blank. What How do you feel like you are going to be the reason why a lot of businesses aren't GonNa make it and this is what he had to say. Well, I agree completely that it's outrageous that bars have to close at ten o'clock and that we can have our normal nightlife. I. I'm as said his every Colorado about a lot of things I'm upset I can't go to rocky's games, but I mean you can be. You can say that and that's the Nice thing to say, right. But at the end of the day. He's the one who made the call. So. Yes. Our people upset. Absolutely. Do they have that right to be absolutely..

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"communications manager" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"communications manager" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"We'll go to that I just a minute. WanNa. Revisit what I was talking about earlier with. some more college football news has come out as well that the SEC football Sec College football has decided that they are only gonNA play a ten game conference only schedule. So see issue was planning to play at Vanderbilt. It's been wiped out now this from Kevin Lionel of the Colorado on. This is starting I mean. Like the mountain west is one of the the divisions that has not said anything about, okay. We're GONNA, cancel this. We're GONNA. Cancel this. They're they're holding steadfast. They're still putting plans in place. But another game getting wiped out pushing the start date back. It would be September nineteenth against UNC and UNC as we know, was having some struggles of their own. They've now had three of their four non conference games wiped out as conferences change plans amidst the corona virus pandemic sports illustrated reported Thursday that the SEC schedules moving to a ten game conference. Only slate that wipes out was trip to Vanderbilt. It's the third power, five games issues losing out on for the two thousand, twenty season. The PAC twelve made a similar move earlier in July. That eliminated that sees US game against. See You and Oregon state the game at Vanderbilt was to be a to be the start of a four game series ceus. You Host Vanderbilt and twenty, twenty, one and twenty, twenty six and plays Vanderbilt in twenty, twenty five. SUCEEDS LOAN NON conference game like I mentioned was here against not here. But in Fort Collins against UNC athletic director Joe Parker, an email to season ticket holders has said it's unlikely. The rams will replace the loss games in a call with reporters on July twentieth. Struck a bit more hopeful tone saying that was still trying to fight forward to play as many games as possible said, then we're going with the understanding that. That it's not like that we will replace those games. But that doesn't mean we're not going to try and find some options to play the saving came down, came before the shutdown workouts, and now the timeline would be pressed against this you to be ready to play any earlier than September nineteenth rams. Now have an open week between the UNC game and the started mountain west play on October third. So another. Another conference that his playing roles in in? This is what I talked about as we're talking about college football a little bit here with. Divisions like the mountain West even and especially divisions like the Big Sky that UNC's. It's not there. That's not necessarily their moneymakers, and as we know, we've seen behind this I. mean money makes a big difference in the in the efforts to push forward with things, and you're gonna see things like that the PAC twelve, big, these power conferences, the se that are going to work their tail off to at least get the conference games in, but four mountain west teams four, which sees you. Obviously. Need some revenue generated for that stadium that they've built over there. But for teams like for you and see that are Let's face it on the lower half of college football. What does that mean for them I mean, does it mean that it's easier. It's going to be an easier decision to pull the plug on those seasons I'm not so sure, but it doesn't look great right now for cs you and UNC after you put puts a pause on their workouts as well. Here's the UC health story coming out of the Tribune and Bobby Fernandez that talked about four of UCLA hospitals including the to.

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"communications manager" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

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04:56 min | 1 year ago

"communications manager" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Good Thursday afternoon. Welcome into the. Inspectors Studios. AM -TAINER, twins excited to be few here. A thunderstorm. All over. Here at the moment but. We've got a lot of news covered news stories that we get taking care of a lot of hot button topics that we've got to get to Western Edmonds with weld food. Bank will also join the program a little bit later on to talk about well. Life as a nonprofit at this point what they're still working on the numbers that they've been seeing. Just. Get an update. From what the? Wealth, food bank has been doing Also with the results of the lawsuit, the restraining order filed against Governor Police's ten o'clock order have come in, and well, they didn't fare well for the restaurants. As the judge made a ruling on that, we'll get to that in just a little bit. Give you some thoughts on that governor police sat down with another press briefing this afternoon. So we'll dive into what he had to say. We'll dive into Chasse a little bit as well. But let's start first with news four Noko. There's a woman rescued from Boyd Lake in Loveland after breaking her leg in a wake boarding accident. This coming from the level and reporter Herald. By by Carina Ju-, League level, and fire, rescue authority rescued this woman who broke her femur in a wake boarding accident, and you don't see broken femurs very often. They. Were dispatched to Oh, seven for call of a person, the water with a broken leg. Firefighters, Thompson Valley EMS responded to the scene to swimmers from the Fire Department. got into the water with the patient to stabilize her leg and help her get into a ranger vote about twenty minutes after being dispatched. The incident is a reminder. The importance of wearing a lifejacket went out on the water class said because the woman was wearing a life jacket, she was able to stay afloat and stay safe until help arrived. He goes on to say if she wouldn't have been wearing lifejackets, it could have been a different outcome. So if you're getting out there, you get on the water getting on Lake Make sure you've got that life jacket on more and more people are doing this. Right now with everything close more people spending more time out on the lake outdoors. We talked about it with the the man who accidentally shot himself up at Rocky Mountain, National Park. He gotTa make sure that you are taking the necessary precautions because right now, you've got a lot of people out there and I know these. I'm not sure exactly how the woman broke her leg, but it was in wake boarding accident was what it was said but. You got a lot more people out there. He got to be cognizant of that. You gotTA making sure you're taking those preventive measures and taking things and doing them the. Ship over the Colorado and Pat Ferrier..

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Federer Comes Of Age

The Tennis Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

Federer Comes Of Age

"Hello everyone and welcome to the tennis podcasts. Wimbledon relived. Not Say Manic Monday. Is Strange to think that in an alternate universe rule experiencing the busiest most hectic day, if the tennis calendar down the road, well down the road from me, and that's w nineteen and instead well I didn't know about you, but I'm something my safer why I'm dressed. I was GONNA. Say My pants spur. I'm dressed, but I'm certainly not in A. Poised and ready to. Go on the tally or anything. I mean it is a very different university living in. The the same time I still find myself trying to crowbar these matches into to be able to watch them all in time because we just watched four hours of a match for today's podcast, having recorded yesterday's show, and then we've got tomorrow's look forward to I mean look I'm having the time of my life. I'm relive I'm reliving two thousand and one and loving every single minute of it, but yeah around actually making meals for children and go into the pollock, and all that sort of thing I am struggling a bit to fit it all in hence sleep out today we spending. We're dwelling quite a while in in two thousand and one land. Aren't we today tomorrow? Yeah and it turns out that that's important. Because David didn't see two thousand one Wimbledon. Much of two thousand and one full stop you in a windowless room in the ASS. End of Germany awesome thing. Date I did I missed the entirety of the two thousand one Wimbledon until the final which we'll get onto more tomorrow when we, she watched that as one of them it because the woman doing tomorrow is the two thousand and one men's singles final between Goran, Ivanisevic and Pat, rafter today it's Pete Sampras against Roger Federer in the fourth round, but yet the time. Time I was in my fourth year working for the ACP tool I'd been communications manager for three and a half years traveling around I had informed the powers that be that I would like to have got writing and interviewing and all that sort of thing, and they said okay. Then you can go work on this new thing that we've got called a website. And it's and we produce it in Hamburg Germany. So off. You go to the office that. Germany. Not the end of anywhere I thought it was somewhere a little more. Than that. Politically, it was delightful, delightful The office was Nelson somewhere. And Anyway I'm sitting and get there and I'm like we get to the fourth round magic Monday manic Monday and I'm thinking right. There's a lot of crack matches on here. This Roger Federer against Pete Sampras Tim Henman lighter. which channel is it on here in Germany? And they said it's on premiere I said all right. Where's where's that said? We haven't got that one. So. So I was a little bit dubbed by this and frantically trying to think. How do I get out of this job? But. I've signed up for the rest of the entire week until the weekend when I would go off to Gustad for the tournament that. So anyway, that's when I discovered that actually it was available on BBC radio through their website in inverted commas I that I'd never heard of before, but anyway so I was able to listen to the BBC radio coverage throughout the rest of the week, and that's what made me decide. That I wanted to be a commentator right and that week. And he fight off emails to to the commentators he'd be listening to. You. Yeah Yeah, Inkatha. Who is the tennis correspondent? Richard Evans, very long time experienced respected journalist and reporter send the Sunday Times tennis correspondent Dana coincide of the BBC. And they brought the championships alive for me over in Germany and I mean that's what they do. That's what the job of the radio commentator is for people who can't say to try to bring it alive and. It did the job for me. It made it magical I mean I. I actually think that Wimbledon. If you think of Tim Henman's run as well and everything else that went into it, it was one of the all time. Great. Wimbledon's including the ending. And to listen to it on the radio where your mind is having to do the job for you, because you can't see it, using the words, they they describe and you conjuring images on the back of those words, it makes even more mystical and fantastical David Law. You turn not being able to watch one of the greatest of all time into a positive. Well twenty years on Haram watching it. It's awesome. Win deliveryman in solihull. She's moved on from working in tennis and not being able to watch moved into working in tennis and this year still open. You Up to in two thousand and one. We still shuffling around on your bum. Knows all my eight now right was. Please listen to yesterday's podcast to

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Plasma therapy shows some promise for coronavirus patients

The KFBK Morning News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Plasma therapy shows some promise for coronavirus patients

"Blood donations are up as a treatment is being used to help those suffering from COPD nineteen in Sacramento it's called convalescent plasma it's a blood transfusion of the plasma of a code nineteen survivor to help the sick recovered to Feller marketing and communications manager for by talent in Sacramento says it is showing promise as one of our doctors that we hope this therapy will serve as a kind of stopgap vaccine substitute I helping provide severely affected patients just enough of an immunity boost to help them recover more fully and quickly donors must go through a series of tests before they can give

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"communications manager" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"communications manager" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"As we are with the person to go out and you know we all dread I'm coming out with that is the day that most Americans universally just really dread and that tax day so whether your banking on a respond god bless you or preparing to pay up says the woman in the mirror out one thing is certain the tax season has been stressful I don't know about you but my chocolate intake is at an all time high quarantine taxes take your pick so I was so delighted coming to our rescue one company out there is making sure taxpayers will still get rewarded joining us be our newsmaker lines melatonin is a senior communication manager with Orbitz I love that site and she's joining us to tell us why we should book a trip on tax day obviously not what we've got travel restrictions now but plan ahead loving it I am still in here good to have you and and again your timing is spectacular I don't know about you I mean I'm connecting with people close to because we've got the best listeners out there and it really seems like this year more than most to tax season is just stressful with a capital stress it's really kind of ridiculous especially considering we have a little more wiggle room now doesn't seem to matter we're stressed why do you think that is from your angle and what is your company offering to help talk people down out of their tree and kind of reduce that stress just a bit we are currently right it has been all we get from polling here really gauge how people are feeling the impact the then and what a great hold on they're more about impact even than any other than background but you know people are really feeling the pinch and I think it's because you know tax reform went into place in here and those are first filing even really dealing with some of these new deductions and withholdings and anytime you're talking dollars and cents it seems like it can be stressful right and we're here to help I think it is the method here you know we can we do it just make sure that we help people get ahead of the or vacation plans we don't want this to be the reason that you don't go on independence day trip with your family or out could be Disney world or some of those other find great declination so here's how it works when you order dot com slash cafe you are going to get our taxes and fees that you would normally pay back in your pocket we're going to credit you all the taxes and fees you can book a crack and really understand that and I'm writing down notes as we're talking here and you can craft me first your art studios are here in Philadelphia you know this but I'm thinking to myself you know if I make it to Jersey I'm Pat myself on the back and I'm thinking it could be time for me maybe to expand my travel horizons just a bit once we lift this quarantine because there are some destinations where this year's refund could be you don't especially significant cash value correct you are definitely correct though you may not know that but airline and hotel taxes and fees can be as high as fifteen to twenty five percent in the third destination and with this promotion it really is that rare time where it pays to look at where those fees and taxes are the highest because that's where you're going to get them back and back thanks for your vote so I've been telling people look at exotic locations like the British Virgin Islands for instance they have taxes and fees okay twenty five percent so that's what you'll face when you look like there's like Cayman Bermuda and Kate goes that you're thinking about going you are calling your call thing though they're great destinations where you can enjoy that and really have to keep in mind you know other places but I'm telling people already think thank you if you can't get away you can't kind of planned out long term vacation why not try something like that with the New York Chicago and help me I don't even have a Georgia in all those places you can save fifteen percent or more when you book on tax day that is a task you know we just got back from San Antonio not too long ago that place is just gorgeous I love it good stuff good cities do and here's a question I'm curious why did your company did you guys just smell the tax panic in the air and you're doing your part as a corporate citizen why did your company decide to offer this promotion this is fantastic people are disappearing all over when I'm fifty eight and a half of those grappling with active the professional and let them handle it for them and you know what one of the things we realized is that if you are feeling the pain you are feeling strapped travel maybe one of the first things we think I'll you know we'll get that corrected here a little well they've got money but we didn't want to stop people from planning a trip just because cactus all you know we deal I traveled one of those and most rewarding experiences that you can have and we don't want you to get your summer vacation because you had a bad girl no it's so true and you know you bring up an interesting point that I want to I want around back on this corona virus quarantine thing it's not gonna be forever people today in these modern times it's fantastic we have more so shackled to our desks we feel like you know for not focusing on work every minute you have that still that anxiety we got to turn things around just a bit work the good news is you can access work from anywhere the bad news is you can access work from anywhere so if we could maybe incorporate a little more traveling they're just expand our horizons a little get your traveling food on it can be balance out all the craziness these days what are your thoughts I agree I think every day travel more than that he meant that it really needs to be I don't hate my current trip that's a great great opportunity where you only can get away for a day Friday or Monday and the weekend from where and just relax a little bit I think give him acting is more important than ever before and you getting out there and having real experiences with the people you care about it's true any I just recharging the batteries here's the next thing I'm curious on your thoughts on this too I've got two beautiful kids I've got a fourteen year old daughter and I got a gorgeous eleven year old son that they are fantastic they just know how to your role with any kind of craziness I want to teach them that travel is just so much fun and broadening it doesn't have to be a hassle and yet every summer you know that it flies by we do a couple of those you know many trips one big trip but I'd like to introduce to them the concept of just decompressing and kind of you know unplugging a bit and taking one of these trips is just one of the great things about your living until this great accessibility thanks to orbit certainly you know I think summer is a great time to make sure you do plan to get away it's not rare time when the kids are out of school right I think you can find the time and money while you do it there's really no not not really and the great thing about some of the online travel sites like Orbitz if you can book all aspects of your trip that you're really in control of what you can do you can book activities on the thank you so even you can prepare prepare prepare before you go and know what you're getting into and make sure that you've gotten things heat up that you're gonna light but also really great for the kids yeah I love this no you're the expert so I'm going to pick your brain just a bit here because we talked about the airfare we talked about the great rates with regards to tax day throw our listeners a couple more bones with some other money savers that you might recommend your ones it doesn't take a lot of time a lot of crazy effort just really go to moves for planning a travel trip any time a year without losing your mind one hundred percent I'm cracking with you I'm a penny pincher myself I love eating I think the first thing I want to give you know your booking window now this actually applies to flight book three weeks out Calgary leaked out and rapidly when you should be looking to purchase white my other kids it can be flag football because if you can leave midweek okay you can plan a vacation or you leave they are Wednesday and come home on Sunday perfect length of time what you're also going to fade on quite a while so make sure that you can be flexible with the dates do it at work then you will pay a lot my my final payment would be looking to gather so if you can book a.

"communications manager" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"communications manager" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"And honestly our partners at at the State Patrol. They're doing the best they can You know with with the situation. We're under right now. You know They have limited staff as well. And so you know it it. That's another issue that that happens here but you know we're hearing reports of people driving you know what was that one the other day. Was you know a hundred and fifty eight miles an hour in a fifty five zone you know? People are Sometimes you just can't pick stupid and now you just have to buy. It was six does but yes I agree with you in terms of the thing you can do is to slow down. Keep that speed where you need it to be absolutely all right in the few minutes You have left. Thanks for being flexible and taking questions. I'd like to ask. Yeah that's just awesome. Sue Good to hear from me and by the way all right so We've got some upcoming closures. I twenty five at prospect right. Yeah so As anybody who's driven through that area and We actually have the first half of the new bridge and so But we'll be working on So the weekend of the seventeenth Prospect road and the ramps to I twenty five Off of prospect road are going to be closed for the whole weekend. That's GONNA allow us to do the new tie-ins to to get people over to the new bridge and that starts the seventeenth. Yeah that'll be the seventeenth and that's that's on a Friday through And then the following weekend the twenty fifth through Twenty Six. I twenty five underneath. Prospect will be closed And people go on the off and on ramps at prospect It'll be closer. We can so that we can tear down the old bridge and start building the new bridge. So it's a pretty fascinating process. I think but It's GonNa be really cool to to see when it's all done but we're going to have in there so there's no that if you have to go in and around prospect. I twenty five The weekend of the seventeenth or the weekend with the twenty fifth things going to be a little wonky. You'll have this yet. Another guy normal you know. And we typically apply this theory To most of the projects going on it's just a little short term pain for Considerable long-term gain a the the thing about the the tearing down the bridge or the twenty fifth twenty sixth that really can't be avoided but you know if if we did the tie-ins for Prospect road and the on and off ramps that will have to do over the weekend at the seventeenth. If we did that over with normal traffic happening that would probably take about four weeks instead where we get it done in one weekend. So that's a huge change for us. I and and we have told people every wait till Sunday and they always tell us that you know a get it done quick and get out and So that you know we'll take like you said a short term pain for long-term that seed. I'd getting her done. Jared file see time region for communications manager. Thank you as always as always be well absolutely.

Sue Good Jared communications manager
"communications manager" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"communications manager" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"And a Saint Andrews Nursing. Home Actually Romolo dropped off pieces for an additional one hundred shields adjusts this past Friday. Meanwhile Amilton and her husband are printing reusable and ninety five mass users simply need to replace the filtering agent inside the mask now. I'll Hamilton Three D. prince bones and skulls for projects with students in K through twelve. This too was new for her. She downloaded open source. Designs on get hub which mostly serves as a database for code and immediately got to work. Here's what she had to say. They put these beautiful plans up on. Get up totally for free open source to anyone who wants to download them just for the good of the world right now. It's an excellent example of people coming together at a time when it's become exceedingly necessary now. She has sent mass to doctors and nurses in Wyoming Arizona and Pennsylvania. Hamilton isn't working with a group but Romolo is getting her connected with Colorado groups as well in dire need of mass takes Hamilton about fourteen hours to pronounce three and ninety. Five mass. Romolo can print a two pieces for one shield in about two hours now. According to the Noko Fe Shield project website volunteers have printed parts for two hundred and fifty shields per week. Remodel said however a recent email is encouraging volunteers to print as many as possible The group has so many requests that it wants to print parts for one thousand shields per week. She says I'm just GonNa Keep Printing until somebody tells me to stop. That's the spirit make cove it and. Noko facial project will accept financial donations. The organizations provide a spool aplastic where volunteers donate the pieces for about twenty shields Nokia. She'll project is also assembling. The shields wants volunteers. Donate the printed parts side from the printers. Well it costs about twenty dollars only twenty dollars to make fifteen and ninety five's and twenty shield head pieces anyone who wants to donate make an impact..

"communications manager" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"communications manager" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"So You've got assistant. Prep professor in the Department of Geography Geographic Information Systems and sustainability Chelsea. Romulo her Romolo. Excuse me and assistant professor of Anthropology Marian Hamilton Their Three D. printing pieces of personal protective equipment. Romolo Romolo. I'll get it right. Joined the northern Colorado Fe Shield project which is part of a larger organization make four Kovic to create plastic fe shields for healthcare professionals and those in high risk environments such as nursing homes fe shields typically have a plastic piece that touches the pace of whoever's wearing it this is secured to another piece away from the face that holds the mask on a person's face. Romolo and other volunteers print the two plastic head pieces now three D. Printing not typically part of her field of study but she wanted to get involved. She's using a printer and supplies from the University of Northern Colorado Math and science teaching institute Maker space a post Grad student. Help her set up to print our via email. Here's what she had to say. I just saw an opportunity to support what was going on around here. I have to give a big shoutout to the three D. printing community because so much information is available for.

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"communications manager" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

10:11 min | 1 year ago

"communications manager" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Western Petroleum. All right so have a lot coming your way this morning. And just in the interests of normalcy. Well we like to keep the schedule intact wherever we can and that's why Looking FORWARD TO OUR CONVERSATION. This morning with jared file jared file cdot region for communications manager. will join us about old eight thirty five this morning to talk about Project priorities. Yeah Yeah CDOT. Projects still going on but keeping Those projects in a time of Kobe. Nineteen keeping those working on the projects. safe while they're on the job. So jared file ways in this morning at eight thirty five closing in on eight thirty now thirteen ten KFI KIA burst UNC. Bears TARGET GAME COVERAGE. Lives Thirteen ten. Kfi K. While the All sports story in northern Colorado the state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten KFI K. Eight thirty seven now thirteen ten. Kfi Am Gail fueled by Great Western Petroleum. Dared BYLES CDOT REGION FOR COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER. Working from a distance this morning but good to hear. Your Voice. Good Morning I am doing well just endeavoring to keep that positive attitude as well. Everything's just a little off balance these days. Your little wonky right. Yeah definitely you know. I was talking with some other folks earlier. And it's you know it's pretty amazing to me how we've been able to do this. Really dramatic shift if you think a week ago. Now you know and we've been able to change the way we do business the way that we get stuff at the restaurants all of this stuff in one week I mean I got I got to tell you. I'm actually pretty impressed with folks I am too and when I'm really impressed by is Almost without exception I see people coping with the new normal with a smile on their face. Absolutely I was commenting how I was going through. The the grocery stores and people are just friendlier. You know I mean because of course but we're we're apart together. We're in this together and I think we can emerge from this Maybe has better. People one can only hope absolutely. Yeah we you know if you look at CDOT the way we've changed things. It's it's been pretty impressive. We actually Are Now starting a new change with our with our maintenance crews so they are going to go to shift work so what will essentially happen is. We'll have two different ships going every day and what this is allowing is it's it's keeping that social distance so in other words instead of having twenty guys say we'll have ten guys who can spread out and get the same work done and then another ten guys go to a different site so we're not all working at the same place but we're able to maintain that distance while it's still being able to get all the work done so commie the mistress of the obvious but I can't help but think it helps that you're outside obviously.

KFI jared Kfi K. CDOT COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER Great Western Petroleum Colorado communications manager.
"communications manager" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"communications manager" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Around two or is this round. Three a blast count Senate back in session high hopes the Senate talks are resuming a relative To passing that Phase Three Stimulus. Bill will keep you posted eight now ten. Kfi Thirteen ten KFI K. A. dot com mornings with Gail fueled by Great Western petroleum but If you're filing for unemployment while you might be feeling the frustration Labor Department in State too well aware of all the troubles that you're facing. So they're asking you to stagger your filings based on the huge number of claims. They've had over the past several days working for peace out of nine news this morning. Colorado Labor Department. Monday asked that People who need to file an unemployment claims staggered the Times. They use the state's online system and contact. The call centre request is due to the unprecedented number of claims that the state is seen over the past week alone which is Well quite literally overwhelmed. The system leaving many people unable to file their claims so on Monday morning alone the Colorado Department of Labor and employment. Cd L. E. Had One hundred and eighty six thousand attempts to contact the call centre up from nine thousand a week ago this according to Joe Perella executive director of CD l. e. He added all of our systems are overloaded and we know frustration is high. We're doing the best. We can to navigate these uncertain times and Want claimants to know. Their benefits will not be reduced due to any filing delays. Obviously outside of our control the new staggering system based on the last name of the claimant is voluntary now and will become mandatory mandatory. Later this week we're not talking about Staggering in terms of The sheer numbers of folks who are filing for those unemployment benefits in the state though they are indeed staggering but we're talking about staggering according to your last name. So here's how it's GonNa work if your last name begins with the letter between A. and M. C. D. L. E. says to file a claim on Sunday Tuesday or Thursday or after noon. Not The afternoon hours. But we're talking after noon on Saturday. Cdp also added a ninety employees. Oh and excuse me if your last name begins with a letter between an N. Z. Cps that you've finally claim on Monday Wednesday or Friday or before noon on Saturday you can find all this on their website and it will become mandatory later this week. Cdp also added ninety employees to the customer call center on Monday. They will add another.

Senate Colorado Labor Department K. A. Colorado Department of Labor L. E. Labor Department Bill Joe Perella Great Western executive director Gail M. C. D. L. E.
"communications manager" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"communications manager" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Scott Goldberg ABC network volunteers with the American red cross in Wisconsin gathering their gear they're headed south to help with Dorian clean up red cross communications manager manager Justin Kurram bones are really trained in the disaster area and they'll do kind of things like respond the home fires but some of them really train up and prepared and we look forward to the opportunity to respond to these disasters in awhile lot of people are fleeing there's people that really look forward to being able to help people in this time of crisis current says there are seven volunteers headed from Wisconsin they'll be stationed in areas like Florida Georgia and the Carolinas overdose rates across the state of Wisconsin on a downward trend but the same can't be said for every community in the state including Milwaukee department of health and Human Services health department opiate initiatives director Paul Crosskeys says the rise in Fenton all plays a role in that absolutely yes they could be it could be a long time and done absolutely because the point is just so so high because he says most of the Milwaukee metro areas Fenton all is sourced from Chicago and Detroit Walmart who sells twenty percent of all gun and you mean ammunition in America has announced it will stop selling many types of bullets and will stop selling hand guns all together A. B. C.'s Rebecca Jarvis many anti gun activists of plotting the move but the NRA called it shameful to see Walmart succumb to the pressure of anti gun elites the Walmart CEO himself a gun owner encouraging the president and Congress to take action legislation to close loopholes on all gun sales was passed by the house in February but has been stalled in the Senate meanwhile Kroger is now asking shoppers to keep their guns at home while gross. shopping the Cincinnati.

Walmart Rebecca Jarvis Milwaukee director Milwaukee department of health Justin Kurram communications manager Dorian Scott Goldberg Cincinnati Kroger Senate Wisconsin Congress president CEO NRA A. B. C. America
Moms in Process

Risen Motherhood

11:22 min | 2 years ago

Moms in Process

"Has married to josh and his mom to two adorable. Children ran cohen in addition to work arisen motherhood. She's a budding writer an acclaimed wedding photographer and of course we consider her a close friend on today's episode. We're going to give an inside look at the book writing process but also talk about what it looks like to be faithful in any area of life including shooting motherhood when you feel like you just haven't arrived yet okay. Let's get to the show with autumn emily myself. Hey guys welcome to this episode of risen motherhood. I'm autumn the communications manager for the r._a._m. Team and i'm here with lauryn immolate who are joining me to talk about their book today day along with the idea the women who are in process so hey guys how you doing. We're really good. We are so excited to be chatting with you. I'm impressed. Autumn now is like super good. That was legit. Is this weird. I mean a little bit. I love eating to talk to you because it's sort of like fox's so this is fun. I feel like i can just pretend close my asset. I can't see your face right now over the video well i'm really excited to talking to you is thank you for having me on and you talk about the book and share with our audience a little bit of behind the scenes what it was like to write the book and also i think a lot of it connects you. What women experienced <unk> gospel on their own lives so <hes> to kick us off. I would love for you to tell us late actually got a book deal was was it something you were looking for something that sort of at just landed in the realm of possibilities in how did you feel found out. You'd be writing yeah well. We started started out of course as a podcast and we were just coming up with kind of a five episode pilot to see where it would go and that was really all that we had on the horizon to to begin with and then over time we kept playing more and more content may be a few weeks out or a couple months out and so our focus when we began risen motherhood hood was really just to be faithful to the message that kind of got laid on our hearts to just proclaim the good news to moms and away that could hopefully reach them right where they were at as we were processing those things too and i think about a year into having the podcast learn i were actually together working over a weekend kind of i think we were a power recording like a bunch of a bunch of episodes and email kind of popped up and invited us potentially connect with an agent to write a book and that was one of the first times we were like. Oh wow let's consider this in a serious way. Yeah i mean there have been inquiries prior to that possibly some like directly from the shore or different agents but nothing that really sounded super promising but this one was actually from arisen motherhood community member which was really cool with someone who had been listening into the show for a long time and she had a brother who was an agent and it was a pretty reputable firms and so we were like hey we want to take a second listen to this and so she she was willing as we emailed back and forth to connect us with them and really the ball got rolling from there and i remember him book pregnant at the time i was with my third her child and she was pregnant with her fifth child and so much of us was feeling like i don't really know like we'll talk with these people but maybe we won't write a book for a few more a years but it was kind of neat. What they did was actually a little bit sneaky where they past us each little piece of the proposals so a proposal is typically like twenty i five pages it could be even longer and our agent actually had us write pieces of our proposal really really slowly and we had no idea how to put together a proposal. We have no idea what one contained in so he just kind of like lettuce forward little by little these two pregnant ladies that were very overwhelmed and before we knew it was so funny i remember getting an email from him and he said and congratulations you've written a proposal so yeah it was really really cool to see that come together and it was scary to kind of release that offer ah different publishing houses and see what the response would be but we were just overwhelmed with this good response from a lot of different people others others were excited about the message that we were sharing and disappears really resonating with people so it kind of took probably six months from a few months wants from releasing the proposal to securing kind of a final deal but yeah it's exciting yeah and then from there we had about a year to write the book i moved during that transition so that was definitely a big transition to try to write a book and do that kind of stuff and maybe we'll talk about a little bit later but plenty of time technically to write the book and then you kind of move into this marketing season in which is is what we're in now a little bit and it feels odd and it's a little strange but it's also a really fun season so yeah that's kind of the journey in a very tiny nutshell. Shall i think that's great and i i love being on a team squash. You guys be co labors for the the gospel. I think it's really wonderful in really unique. I would look you know through this process what you guys learned about each other and also individually and then about the gospel in motherhood because i feel like this is a long season and the lord was doing a lot career relationships into your time writing well. I i learned about myself and i don't know very much me too did oh that i felt like again before we started we'd been podcasting on subjects related to motherhood and the gospel for about a year and a half by the time we started our draft and so there was this us at least baseline sense that okay. I kind of have a sense for how we wanna communicate. This is already laid out. I've written for many many years before. I read a lot but just again the deeper i got into it. The more i realized like wow i have a lot to learn about these topics. Still i think another thing i learned about myself which was probably the the biggest revelation or lesson for me is that i have a lot of critics living in my little brain that i'm always trying into please and this was a huge battle for me. Every time i sat down in front of my computer i felt like i was sitting down at a table and i could almost picture the personalities and and the people that were around me and the things that they were saying about my writing and who that's up very smart or odd. That's very funny. I'm done reading this book. I'm gonna put this down. She's she's not very relatable or all. Those different things that were just kind of made it extremely difficult to stay focused on the essence of what we were trying to communicate and just kind of i'm not be self-focused but be focused on the lord and i think at the end of it. I really felt freedom from that. I i had to come up against it. So much that there was just a point where there was no way this book was going to get written and less. I battled them with truth and was willing to say you might be right right but i am still got his still call me to do this and i can communicate the gospel with his help and i think just in terms of learning about laura <hes> <hes> i think i was just impressed over and over again with what a fabulous writer she is. She is so good at kind of taken a theme and just <unk> sticking to it like glue and carrying it and weaving it through all of her chapter is and that was something i really learned from her along the way and i also think like she was is a really good editor for me and she i again already knew those things but it was fun to watch in action just her ability to pull out different things that i may be needed to shift and tweak and just helped me hone in on how i could connect with people better and so. I just really really valued her as an editor i think sam oh oh hell we've been through so much kind of reliving it over here some flashbacks but i i would have to emily. I mean it definitely brings you to your knees with realizing all the things. You didn't know you didn't know and so that was a great reality check. I think we talked a lot about how humbling is to you. Write a book <hes> and then i was similar to emily <hes> a bit but in the idea of critics i think for me it's a little bit of a twist on that where i have a deep desire for people to just like what i wrote like for them to think that i'm clever or funny or that. It's really beautiful alert winsome and this is kind of to emily's credit. She's very good at reminding me that is never worth sacrificing truth for cleverness and i think that that is something where a writer you know they always say writers love their own words the most and nobody will love them as much as you and that ring in my ears because so often i would want to cling to just a rhythm or poetic moment or something that just felt really beautiful like you said are winsome and yeah and i wanted that more than i really wanted truth that is like a really hard thing to get around as a writer and just something that i had to be be willing and always remember that truth is about clarity is of utmost importance whether or not like i'm the best writer and it kinda goes back to what i was saying earlier. I i kinda kept having to ask myself. Is this something that might be helpful to a mom to read like is it gonna blow her away and be this most the most amazing thing she's ever read and most the time i kind of felt like no probably not but hopefully god is going to work through and move her not because of the words that i use in my sentence structure or the powerful our full argument but because the holy spirit's working in her life and like i can trust guide to do the work and my words don't have to and that that was a huge thing for me to overcome infield freedom as i write in terms of emily. I mean i would say a lot of the similar things. I think she is a wonderful writer and it was just really fun. She would right shoot draft a lot so she would have a chapter and we kind of be like yup. This is good. Let's move forward with it and then the next thing. I know i rewrote it. I rewrote it and so there's a new chapter in my inbox and then she rewrote it again and you build on your ideas really well and i think you want to hone them in and i love seeing that that i felt like you worked so hard on the chapters and you would have all these amazing ideas and frankly i still stand behind in general a lot of them could've worked the way the chapters because they all were wonderful but ultimately i really value emily's value for just like truth and clarity. I think we balance each other out really really well with our different strengths and i think that i don't know 'em. You were just really really helpful. Encouraging me and helping me process is through an argument in making sure it's really logical and again going back to it being helpful for them on the other side that it's so true to scripture and it wasn't bouncing around round which is something that i can kind of tend to do and so i thought that that was just really helpful and i was so thankful to have her by my side the whole time well. It was just really fun to work together and i think we learned a lot about the gospel and motherhood along the way too. We've touched on it a little bit but one of the things i learned was just on one on hand like it is hard to apply the gospel to motherhood like you have to stop and think and sometimes i have a chapter that i was trying to take the gospel <unk> framework and apply it to relationships and i would have to do a mind map on a piece of paper and paper and like draw all lines connect things i mean it.

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Record breaking launch coaster Maxx Force debuts at Six Flags Great Adventure

Sports Central with Greg Matzek

04:44 min | 2 years ago

Record breaking launch coaster Maxx Force debuts at Six Flags Great Adventure

"I'm getting excited because I'm I'm taking the kids to Six Flags they've been there are already like three or four times this will be my first time this year so I I am really really excited about the the brand new riding this call Max force can you tell me a little bit about it you're absolutely right Max forces are brand new roller coaster it's the park seventeen coaster great news is is situated right in carousel process so as soon as you get through the turn styles you can head right on over there and get on it's a triple record breaker it has the fastest launch going zero seventy eight miles per hour in under two seconds in North America and what that means is it's an air launch coaster so having their traditional chain last it is powered by compressed air it's really awesome there's a great boom and if you take off and it's unlike anything are gonna have ever seen it also breaks to world record it's the toll is doubling version in the world it's a hundred and seventy five feet you'll go upside down and then the faster than version or corkscrew at sixty miles per hour old boy how many times have you read it all right however it may probably fifteen or twenty well what I love about it is like is right when you walk through the park because it it traditionally a great America we walk in the park there's the there's the carousel you know get get really I think you will Superman is off to off to the left but but it's a little bit further away than than what you think but just having a all right like that when you first walk in the the park is pretty amazing it's a fantastic ride and really that launch is the most fantastic thing it will literally take your breath away Caitlyn temple joins us he's the communications manager FOR six flags great America now I know that you had the the joker last year you can you believe I still haven't written the joker yeah I'm I'm really behind it really I got to take the joker on and actually the joker with years ago last year we introduced Mardi Gras hang on that's right that's right see that's that's how long it's been since I've been there it's been it's been two years it was two summers ago was the last time I've been there and I've missed the joker I miss the the the the Mardi Gras ride and a but I I will miss it this time can you talk a little bit about at some of the some of the other new attractions you have this year besides the new right absolutely we have something for everyone really at the park in addition to Max force coming on we have a great array of things for the family so if you have kids that aren't quite ready yet for for to take on Max source we have fun for the whole family we have three kids areas for those younger thrill seekers we have a ton of entertainment our entertainment is top notch so we have a variety of pop up shows which will surprise and delight gas throughout the mid day when you're enjoying your day here at the park as well as rock losing its in our grand music call in excuses rock and roll with magic is a really awesome show and it's something about everyone should take advantage of not one of the things that you have going on at the park is called actually called holiday in the park it's also a bit about that absolutely holding the park is returning for its second year this year it's gonna run on select days from November twenty third through December thirty first it's a dazzling display of played by Houston found it's a really a fantastic holiday extravaganza now are the are are there other cultures in the other rights operating during that time we have a number of posters and children's product running throughout the holiday season as well as during fright fest it's a great chance to bring the family out enjoy the thrill rides but also enjoys things like ours more stations and adding all the sprinkles at those sugar cookie decorating sand to really make this your new family traditions okay when you know you're talking about fright fest and I want to spend some time talking about that in a few minutes as well but I I I wanted to talk about Holly in the park for just a second because you know it was always tradition that after fright fest that yelled at great America will close and and now you know with holiday in the park is moving past that November November gate where the park is usually closed for the season what went into that decision to do that a number of parks within the six like family or doing holding the park many of them are in warm weather city itself you know they have a little bit of a different experience but it was something we really

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"communications manager" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"communications manager" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"So right now let's just pause for few brief moments from a word on behalf of a true hero of pets everywhere and then we'll reconnect on the flip side will introduce you to our incredible guests and we'll talk about how you and your dog it have more fun we'll be right back right after these messages stay tuned i'm martha scientists ending owner of animal health and we have to enter and galloway anymore both located in sign miami we successfully vividly phase disabled patients so they can go over with plenty of life where for years in the feel funny reputation as ports medicine in the area of south florida we're very proud to be for healthy bits more those misset panama hilton we have booked home gosh yes Let's talk pets on pet life radio dot com. we are back in super excited to speak with our next guest days being is pets just wanna have fun we have one of the most knowledgeable and experienced people in the pet industry as our guest today and today we're going to be speaking with aaron ask training and communications manager for camp bow and the bowel buddies foundation she currently works as the animal health and behavioral consultant for campau while the largest doggy daycare franchise in the world and they're lucky to have her because aaron.

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"communications manager" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:25 min | 3 years ago

"communications manager" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Com studio so much to get to between now and the close of the program. But I can't think of anything really talk about anything significant happen over the last two hours or so wait a minute. The Democrats wore white to the state of the union speech haven't seen that much white since the Democrats founded the clan, but. I am in Westlake right now broadcasting at our annual Seattle communications managers meeting where we hobnob with executive in the company in in complain about this that and the other so all the stars are here Prager here. Dr Sebastian Gorka, just sat in this chair. And I am now going to be with you for the next three hours. So buckle up is going to be a very very turbulent bride. The president last night, of course, gave his state of the union speech. Meanwhile, the Virginia governor is defiance that he's not gonna resign. Even in the wake of the nineteen Eighty-four yearbook. Pictures showing somebody wearing black face and somebody wearing a Klan outfit at first he said it was him. They said it wasn't him. And now the editor of the face of the yearbook says it's was ham, and he submitted the pictures and so for him to say that he had no idea. How 'bout pitcher got in is just not true? Meanwhile, the Lieutenant governor has been accused of sexual assault and the person number the number three person a second in line. Would be the G. The G has now admitted that he appeared in the nineteen eighty s in a photograph wearing black face. Oh, is there anybody in the state of Virginia who can succeed the governor? I would imagine a whole bunch of people right now are probably in their attics point through their yearbooks trying to find out pictures. They have that are inappropriate. What did I say? When this thing first happened. I said watch they're going to be a whole bunch of other people who posed in black face this after all is in the eighties. This is in the south believe me, they're going to be a whole lot of people. So should everybody right now who pulled black faith in the photograph? No matter where he or she is in business in life in whatever should that person be exposed to lose his or her job. Now, let's talk about the state of the union speech after the president gave that roughly eighty five minute or so speech, CBS NBC. Polled. The find out what you were said. And guess what? Seventy six percent of yours had a positive response to the speech. My goodness. Seventy six percent and regarding his immigration position majority of them also supported his immigration position, by the way. Those who liked the speech? Fifty nine percent liked it a great deal. Winning. And guess what? Now, James Clyburn. The democratic whip has now said we're we're not against the wall as long as it's a smart wall. Who who knew that Trump was advocating dumb walls. Now, we're going to send this wall to school. This was going to get a PHD this fall. It's going to be extremely smart. We're gonna make sure this wall has a very high IQ. We're not against walls. We just wanna make sure they're smart walls. Whoever suggested they wanted to dumb wall. When did that happen? President. Of course, talked about the economy over the last two years. My administration has moved with urgency and historic speed to confront problems neglected by leaders of both parties over many decades in just over two years since the election, we have launched an unprecedented economic boom, boom that has rarely been seen before there's been nothing like it. We have created five point three million, new, jobs and importantly, added six hundred thousand new manufacturing jobs. May I interject. Thank you. This is what kills me the reason? The Democrats didn't stand when the president was bragging about the economic progress since he's been in office. That's because the Democrats believe that, but for the wonderful economic performance of Obama, President Trump wouldn't be bragging like this. So you want us to believe that Obama wanted us to be energy independent? Obama wanted to roll back these regulations that strangle the coal natural gas industry. Obama wanted to roll back the Wall Street regulations at strangled investment on Wall Street the Bronco. Bama would have done that. If he'd been another four years, we just we just didn't know it. He he didn't run. He wouldn't have run that way. But he certainly would have done that. And Obama, of course, would have stopped that March towards single payer, right? Because after all he started ObamaCare, and then if he got elected a third time he would have realized ObamaCare wasn't working. And then he would have rolled back. Right back to the president something which almost everyone said was impossible to do. But the fact is we are just getting started. Here's the part where I want to remind you that Barack Obama delivered the worst economic recovery since one thousand nine hundred eighty nine and historically the deeper the recession the stronger bounceback we had a very severe recession. No question about it. We had a very weak bounce back all of that had to deal with Obama's policies. Remember the full page ad taken out by the Cato Institute, the libertarian think tank in Washington DC that was signed ultimately by about three hundred and fifty economists including clothing about four or five Nobel laureates Nobel laureate. They all said to the incoming President, Mr President. Please don't do the things you are campaign to do. Please don't raise taxes, please don't Powell on more regulations. The way to improve the economic performance of the country said these communists is to rollback regulations lighten the load of government on the backs of people. And of course, Obama did the opposite. Which is why we had the worst economic recovery since nineteen forty nine and don't go by me go by people like to have a smiley, the former host of the show on PBS. He's a Republican hater from the word go and even heat said that under Obama by every major economic index. Blacks have done worse. I didn't say it terrorist. Molly writer letters to him back to the president. Wages are rising at the fastest pace in decades and growing for blue collar workers who I promised to fight for their growing faster than anyone else thought possible, nearly five million Americans have been lifted off food stamps..

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Futures Update - Walmart expands home delivery

The Opening Bell with Steve Grzanich

01:19 min | 4 years ago

Futures Update - Walmart expands home delivery

"On the broadcast live later on peer frost will be here he's the editorial and communications manager for miller core is going to be talking about beer that's a topic for our morning chat isn't it that's second segment this morning in a minute we're gonna be talking about the future of robotic autonomous cars and how they might impact our shopping habits but i on the wgn associated make market desk futures are pointing toward opening gains on wall street later this morning up about ninety four point seven p futures are up about eight nasdaq futures are up about thirty points this morning around the globe markets in europe per generally higher with the footsie up about a quarter the same situation happening in germany and france this morning and in asia lots of red and screen they're the nikkei off almost a full percent down one hundred ninety points the same story with the hang sang and the shanghai are all lower this morning oil is trading at sixty ninetysix a barrel which is up about twenty five cents this morning a couple of stories we're watching for you this morning walmart to says it is going to start expanding sameday online grocery delivery service to more than forty percent of us households or one hundred metro areas by year's end as it tries to keep in pace keep pace with amazon dot com services currently available in.

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