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"director chairman" Discussed on Casual Fridays REI
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"director chairman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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Interview With GAVIN FISHER, CEO of GAVIN PRODUCTIONS
"Hey everybody welcome back. This is brandy j. voices of courage. Walk the talk today. Have with me to amazing. People are the name of gavin and hannah brits and they are part of gavin production beggar gavin because blessed up going on my ad here yup gavin production. Okay gavin production. Alright saw kevin. He's let the world now who you are and why you are so maybe i'll think you I am getting fisher and where literally. I'm from very tiny town in illinois very calm and I run. I'm chief executive officer as well as gordon directors chairman at gavin productions. And what. I basically is i managed. Gpo peril gavin productions Our all of our podcast. I know we're trying to start you other things in mind But yeah i basically had run that But when you talk to me trust me. I'm not going to be like that one like kid. He's like i'm so famous guy. And i'm so read like no. That's not me because trust me. I'm not rich rust me and whenever like when you first you'll understand that i'm not that person at all is an orange. No hannah's in 'cause. I say i'm not rich because i'm not within. I walk into her house with my coach. Backpack on me and pull out my bring light. The he has a special chair for his bags to saint special chair. Then everyone knows not to sit in for ulmer
"director chairman" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)
"Hey everybody welcome back. This is brandy j. voices of courage. Walk the talk today. Have with me to amazing. People are the name of gavin and hannah brits and they are part of gavin production beggar gavin because blessed up going on my ad here yup gavin production. Okay gavin production. Alright saw kevin. He's let the world now who you are and why you are so maybe i'll think you I am getting fisher and where literally. I'm from very tiny town in illinois very calm and I run. I'm chief executive officer as well as gordon directors chairman at gavin productions. And what. I basically is i managed. Gpo peril gavin productions Our all of our podcast. I know we're trying to start you other things in mind But yeah i basically had run that But when you talk to me trust me. I'm not going to be like that one like kid. He's like i'm so famous guy. And i'm so read like no. That's not me because trust me. I'm not rich rust me and whenever like when you first you'll understand that i'm not that person at all is an orange. No hannah's in 'cause. I say i'm not rich because i'm not within. I walk into her house with my coach. Backpack on me and pull out my bring light. The he has a special chair for his bags to saint special chair. Then everyone knows not to sit in for all cute okay. So who is this lovely lady sitting next to you. This is girl. I very important to this group here. I am the coo gavin options. I do all like going my toy. I know what i do like. Follow along out and tell you. She's literally my job. When i don't wanna do it. So that's basically and what i do. Yeah ok okay well. So what is the The show that you guys have going on right now. The tea party party party We've been working i think. Oh my gosh. i've been working on this one. Since i was at t games and i think since i was there which was on it while you were at against. I joined in january january. Y'all even worth on. We've been working on this. Probably since december on this podcast in it still hasn't released yet worm pre-production we've been in pre production for four months We took a break from it but the board did vote to bring it back into pre production. So i think that's what we're gonna do and would be out very soon. We're hoping for a little middle of may release date but we've been working on so much more than just and there's a few priorities okay. The listeners just a gist of like a little bit of what to expect with the key. Party I mean so i'll be hosting and i can tell you guys that i warn the host. I'm not allowed to release the other three host names but trust me. They're there and It's basically going to be. It's not gonna be so much a lake what we've haven't passed. It's not going to be chatting cousins. It's not gonna be the gavin and mallory show gonna be its own unique thing where we talk about everything from pop. Culture may be school drama. Too little tiktok rumors and drama. So it's gonna be fun. Neither one cool cool cool okay so Let's not shy away from the fact that you are gamble ahead. Tell the listeners. How old you are. I'm twelve and i'm thirteen. You definitely don't i don't know these days. What spitz as a twelve or thirteen year old. But i can say that we don't have a lot of twelve olds run right here on businesses and run and also john. You know what i mean like. You seem to seem a lot. You have the older soul. I'm here have been told that but even though that's pretty amazing saw from that they're what age leg before this all happened. Did you like us to run around the house and like like you know. 'cause you're more like business wasn't really like entertainment for you was more like you disliked business Yeah so i mean mean. Hannah have had this conversation multiple times. The i did not want to host the tea party efforts. I did not want to do it. One tiny sliver I even threatened to end the whole thing. If i was going to be in because on supposingly i don't get like that choice Because i work within the company it whatever the company does. I have to go along with even if i'm ceo. So i did not want to do it. And now i'm kind of excited for it but i did not like i do not like sitting at a table talking. The i hate that i'm image. We saw uncomfortable about the ordering and that's ordering right now but I don't know. I just loved the business side of it. I love finding the sponsors and fighting the guests. And i don't know it's just so much fun but probably not hosting i. That's not my first choice. Will i would say probably said. I was like seven. I've always liked business I that like a slime company in like twenty fifteen and it was like i made like cloud simar fluffy slime and we had like a whole slime production thing in my house when i was like six and there was like thirty of us just in my living room. Here's glue the glue in. Here's literally like one of the.
"director chairman" Discussed on KTOK
"A vehicle struck Two semis that were stopped on the shoulder of South bound I 35 south of Guthrie. Ah, fourth victim was injured in the crash, which is under investigation. Chesapeake Energy CEO Doug Lawler is resigning. The resignation is effective Friday. The company's board of directors chairman will serve as interim CEO until a replacement is named. Oklahoma has a new state epidemiologist Margo Murano reports. The state Health Department says Julie Ann Stone will replace former state epidemiologist Jared Taylor, who has been named chief science officer at the State Department of Health, Stone has been serving as deputy state epidemiologist. She is also the former infection prevention manager and Integris. Oklahoma now has an official state Pat Beth Myers reports. Chances are you have the new state pet of Oklahoma in your House governor, Kev instead has signed a bill that designates rescue animals as the state pet state representative Mark McBride, of more who authored the bill says it could be a dog, a cat, a turtle or any animal that someone is willing to adopt and care for. He says he wanted to raise awareness of the large number of animals, especially in animal shelters that need to be adopted. The Oklahoma City Council recognizing the Tulsa Race massacre, officially, the council Approved a resolution yesterday acknowledging and condemning the massacre That happened a century ago. As many as 300 black residents were killed and Hundreds more were injured when a white mob attack residents and businesses in Tulsa's Greenwood District on May 31st and June 1st 1921, former University of Central Oklahoma football player is accused of sexually assaulting a woman. Oklahoma City police say Edna has now linked 26 year old Alexander Figueroa to the alleged January assault. Authorities say the woman got into a car with Figueroa, who drove her to a convenience store near northwest 16th and Meridian, where he allegedly strangled and assaulted. Her bond is set at $500,000.54 Percent of adults in America have now received at least one vaccine shot against Cove in 19, the federal government stands ready to help states put shots in the arms. As quickly as possible. White House Covert advisor Andy Slavitt says people who are still hesitant about getting the vaccinations should talk to their doctors and pharmacists. He says the vaccines are safe and effective. State Attorney General Mike Hunter is challenging new federal horse racing legislation. Hunter is filed A lawsuit in federal court alleging the Horse Racing Integrity and Safety Act gives a private corporation broad regulatory authority over Oklahoma's horse racing industry with no funding mechanism, so still Gates will have to bear the financial burden from the key T Okay Weather Center and the four war in storm team cloudy today with more storms and we're under a flood watch through tomorrow morning highs today in the low.
"director chairman" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"I don't want to start just in the reception area. I know that I have to work my way through. When I went to the Indy executive assistant to the CEO, I go. I want to be the second assistant for a CEO now for a bigger company, and he was a progression and I'm talking about maybe Pento 10 years 12 years. I got a CEO. That's still something in me. Hmm. And told me, Marlon, why are you doing on this job went up like for this marketing part. Why don't y flight for this in those are the limited belief that I had I say, I do not have a degree. I do not have the experience. What do I do? So it says he was getting his leadership team for executive coaching. He including the investor. And that was the other milestone when I went into the ocean with this executive toes Was complaining about the company being sold and that it was going to be in that program problem again because I was going to be without a job and he started asking me what is it that you want to be when you grow up? And as I started answering the question, I realized one thing by thin I was making a ton of money and I was still unhappy. And I realized and they say, I have never met anybody. I said that he's so unhappy that it's making so much money, but it's so unhappy. Still, I realized then that it's not about money. It's about the spiritual paycheck that you get doing what you're doing. Wow. Then with the executive coach, I said, You know what? I got to find out what I want to do. What? I grew up and we started with. What are my values. What drives me? What is my mission? What is it that I want to do in life? And I have done through the worst part. I think then off my personal journey in life that I said What I want to do is help other people be resilient. And focus on what they are after and be better than they used to be. And then I can go from there. So what I need to do I need to reinvent myself. I need to reinvent everything that I want to do. The first thing that I want to do is you have a plan. Why don't we want to do? Okay? First of all, I want to further my education. If I want to be a video of something I need to get either the mileage or get the education and find the people that are gonna help me get there. What's another word? Surround yourself with those people. They can help you on that next step on that next level, you have to surround what it's more than just finding positive people. Of course you have the positive, but they also have to have some expertise. And what what you're aspiring to exactly If you really take a role model who do you want to be and also for you surrounding yourself with IU surrounded on people that prompts you to be Better than you used to be people that push you aside Robert van to get out of your comfort zone. So and that's what I was feeling. Dane and Day out Now I was working with executive vice president CEO that sure the border director chairman of the board, I have to up my game. I have to speak their language, so I have to go back to the book and back to school. And there's one thing I have learned that every day it seems like career every cause even has their own language has their own words. You know that they use that everybody understands even initials on it. If you don't understand that there are a little like, you know, you don't belong here. So you do have to learn that kind of language. Yeah, you gotta expect if Dah language and the police just have the basics of that. So you don't think like a fish out of water because that's how I felt on my first job working for for for a CEO. I have no idea what their life was. What is it that they talk about in the board room, But that tenure of being an executive assistant to the CEO gave me actually my education and steroids. I was going to school at night and I was applying What? I was learning as minimal If itwas Into the job to the point that I feel confident and talk. Went to the studio at that time. Say this is what I wouldn't do it for. I'm doing for, uh, school. What can you do for me and he goes I can give you time, but everything that you learned you've got to apply here and I said Okay, but let's put a time on it. What are the options that I have in there? There were no options. I started looking inside the company What It said that I could do what other projects can I undertake? To even that are out of my job description that I can do better and better and better. And they came to the time that I transportation there from being the executive assistant to the CEO to be the director of administration. You know, Marlon as you're talking two things came out to me. Cause I don't know if people are listening. We're talking about lifestyle change and how the people actually go on that journey when they make a decision that I want to change something in my life where I want to better my life and two things that you said really I feel we're keys. One is you seems like you asked a lot of questions. You didn't just sit back and say, Oh, well, This is what I do, but you were always asking for that next. Information next level. How do you do this? Why do you do that? And the other thing I got out of what you're saying is you're establish sling a timeline. In other words, I have a goal and and whether or not you always meet that gold. It's not that you worry about that. But you have to establish some type of goal that You say I'm gonna do this in a year? I'm going to do this in six months. Yeah, it helps you because there times that you want to give up and down. Would you just hated in the nail when I was going through my trash alors? It was four long years to one a half years, I felt that I have less chore. I couldn't see the shore behind me. But I couldn't see the short ahead of me. And I think maybe I should quit right now and I go. No, This is the gift that I wanted Give to me by this amount of time and whenever I felt That I wanted to give up. But you know what I did, I went and I bought a CD off classical music and one of his pieces, Woz, and I think it was number three. It was the Ida the song that they sing where you're going down the aisle in when you're getting your degree on every time that I wanted to give up everything that I was commuted, I would Love that in blasting and I listened to it and visual life when I am going to be walking there, I walk up there twice. I got my bachelors degree and I get my MBA. Wow. So I was able to do it, But that's what pushed me that little song that little tiny thing Whenever I wanted to give up, That's what kept me going. It's just there's going to be the day when I do this and this and I started envisioning. What if he's envisioning you envisioning? That's another thing you were envisioning and the song was your Help you go. Along..
"director chairman" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"Of my life during the pandemic whether it was on raising awareness serving people during the sessions creating content I was really just on in the pandemic. a lot of people have sad. The lost their jobs emphasis copenhagen and maybe think of other options for me. It was a good time to reflect the creates and Just just take one day at a time. But make that day caboose. That was a beautiful beautiful. Near for me i i. Yeah wow that's great. So what are you. What your offerings now. In terms of your company. I mean i'll see you want to one's going to come back again so clears up but so if anyone I do have one watching programs and now yet to launch in who coaching program and with corporate Training programs so any person not any business lever business leader. Mec managing director chairman enterpreneur. business owner. You name it have achieved so much in their lives but they reached a point when they feed. Who am i. What am i doing. And that's next is stress is anxious. might have feelings of the uncertainty. A marriage problems all of the things that they're so much in their heads that's leading to extreme thinking and then executive. These are law that i served working together and creating says that say personal vision and we make it out you know an action plan and then on the energy work on the mindsets The more important towards basically so these are my clients what does for the corporates. It's basically depending on the employees and their management's needs and each company has their own different Whether being programs or being skein but these two services one on one coaching programs and corporate trading on means anything that we that fall under the category of essential skins though That's not shed if you want something. Send me emails from next week. I would i would not for. The audience is definitely definitely next. Summer of see on the check. I also host podcasts. Yeah yeah i actually because you can get a link anyway for that sosa. Tennis about unhappy we can reach that as well. So don't about it. The podcast that speaks to men race minutes on men's meant that has just men To make them feel safe to make them feed..
"director chairman" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"And I have gone through the wars part. I think then off my personal journey. In life that I said. What I want to do is help other people be resilient and focus on what they are after and be better than they used to be. And then I can go from there. So what I need to do I need to reinvent myself. I need to reinvent everything that I want to do The first thing that I want to do it, you have a plan. Why don't want to do Okay. First. I want to father my education. If I want to be a bit of something I need to get either the mileage or get the education and find the people that are going to help me get there. Wow. So in other words, surround yourself with those people. They can help you on that next step on that next level you have to surround with it's more than just finding positive people. Of course you have that positive, but they also have to have some expertise. And what? What you're aspiring to exactly If you you you really take a role model. Who do you want to be? And also for you surrounding yourself with just around and people that I want you to be better than you used to be people that push you, uh, at the rubber band to get out of your comfort zone, so and that's what I was still in Dane and Day out Now I was working with Executive Vice president and C e O sure the board of director chairman of the board, I have to laugh my game. I have to speak their language, so I have to go back to the boat and back to school thing. I have learned that every day it seems like career every cause even has their own language has their own words, You know that they use That everybody understands even initials on it. If you don't understand that, they're a little like, you know, you don't belong here. So you do have to learn that kind of language. Yes, You've got to speak the language, and the police just have the basics of fat. So you don't feel like a fish out of water, because that's how I felt on my first job working for for a CEO. I have no idea what their life was..
"director chairman" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Go out for five months care often in the big hospitals like molasses. Is it so slow and so inefficient? Shed. A biopsy showed in invasive lobular cancer almost six months ago, and she hasn't had treatment yet. They were pushing her for mess Tak to me. She came to me. I saw her examined her breasts. Both press shed key Lloyd's in her breast, but the mass. Well, this is something that we treat without Mustaq Teres for most women, I should tell you When I came to New York, 97% of the women were getting mastectomies and the big hospitals for a breast cancer treatment, Whereas in my practice, 90% of women were keeping their breast now Whywould 97% of women going to the hospital. Get a mess Tak to me unless the surgeons and the hospitals were Pushing for the biggest, most radical surgery. And why would 90% of women come in to me have treatment? Keeping their breasts? What gives you a pretty good idea? The difference isn't the woman the difference? Isn't the cancer. The differences that doctors who are leading people in a certain way rather than coming here? We have all the options we talk about Miss Tak to me. But no one's beating down the door to him a stack to me. We saw a woman. A week ago, 52 year old woman from Brooklyn shed bilateral mastectomies and there was nothing wrong with her breast. She came to us because she couldn't figure out why they removed both press and she went to one of the most prestigious directors chairman of surgery, one of the biggest hospitals. I went through the pathology report. There was no definite cancer. Neither breast and he removed both pressed And she was the Wiltern and were bewildered. Why the hack with that woman lose both breasts, this big hospital but big famous doctor when there was no definite cancer. So things were going on, and it's always best to get a fresh second opinion here. We're not beholden to the drug companies or the surgeons or anyone else. We're beholden to You. This is the work that we do every day at 34 Broadway cancer doctors seeing patients with cancer and suspected cancer. We have lots of information. To send you remember the skin cancer book that the pickup in come by our office, 30 for Broadway, Broadway and 38 Street.
"director chairman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
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"director chairman" Discussed on 710 WOR
"This is something that we treat without without mastectomies for most women I should tell you when I came to New York ninety seven percent of women are getting mastectomies the big hospitals for breast cancer treatment where's my practice ninety percent of women were keeping their breast no why would ninety seven percent we're going to a hospital get a mastectomy unless the surgeons and hospitals were pushing for the biggest most radical surgery and why would ninety percent of women coming to me have treatment keeping their breasts will gives a pretty good idea the differences of the woman the differences in the cancer the differences the doctors who are leading people in a certain way rather than coming here where you have all the options we talk about Mr activity but no one's beating down the door to have a mastectomy we saw a woman a week ago fifty two year old woman from Brooklyn shed bilateral mastectomies there was nothing wrong with their breasts she came to us because she couldn't figure out why they removed both press and you want to own the most prestigious directors chairman of surgery one of the biggest hospitals I went to the pathology report there was no definite cancer either breast and he removed both breast and she was bewildered and were very well today why the heck with that woman lose both breasts at this big hospitals by those big famous doctor where there was no definite cancer so things are going on and it's always best to get a fresh second opinion here we're not beholden to the drug companies of the surgeons or anyone else were beholden to you this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway cancer doctors seeing patients with cancer and suspected cancer we have lots of information to send you remember those skin cancer book with the pick up in come by our office at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway.
"director chairman" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Wisconsin state fair is officially been canceled John Yang Lang is the Wisconsin state fair board of directors chairman I spoke to John earlier today I know this is a very difficult decision for you personally as well as for people who love the fare and live in Wisconsin what were the factors that went into deciding to cancel you know the the the major factor the largest factor with safety in terms of safety yeah how do you keep not only all your staff but while you're loyal dedicated passionate very colors your exhibitors you youth exhibitors your commercial vendors food vendors your operators how you keep everybody safe and you know this is the largest mass gathering place in the state of Wisconsin last year we had over one point one million people on these grounds averaging over a hundred thousand people per day even if we got fifty percent that's a huge number of people to put on the ground and the obligation on safety is on the state fair park board and we just felt that the unfortunate decision the right decision was to decide on the side of safety John when was the last day that you felt like yeah we might be able to have the fair when was that last day when you still felt like this is a real possibility you know that you don't you read things and the you probably read as much as I have from you know various Harvard studies to other studies to the CDC to medical professionals and the more they say look at you know much better outside than it is inside and get a UV light you don't kill the virus and it really doesn't stay that long services I will tell you you know I'm still looking at that at this last weekend going you know how how can we plug in and bring this together but you know the more you look at everything you know I guess I I tried to be an optimist as long as possible and you know optimism has to come into religion yeah I think you're right about that John where their thoughts given to a partial state fair just doing agriculture which is so important or just doing the governor's auction or limiting people how can you know there were those types of fox but then what we're really doing is putting together a private shell and it you know as we do that I think we felt very strongly that the sixth to the sixteenth have been reserved for the twenty twenty Wisconsin state fair and if we can't put together the product that we believe is important to us the product that we have built it just wasn't a product that we thought would be one that was easily deliverable so we're continuing to look at options on how to do things through the course of the summer Kathleen and her team are a wonderful team to continue to look at the plan but this point in time you know we just have centered on can we go forward and now today we've reached that unfortunate decision where we can't how much revenue will be lost as a result of not having the fair this year there there's going to be a sizeable revenue impact to the fair the board has looked at yeah yeah with no clear potentially seen our deficit moving into fiscal year twenty twenty one anywhere between four to four point five million I fear would have been if we put together a pair that didn't generate the type of money we still have all these fixed costs we could have even lost more money and for us it's protecting the the cash and valuable assets we have at the Wisconsin state fair park so we can come out of this and will stronger you know not have to basically continue to pay for the problems of the past John any possibility you can come up with some sort of way to sell cream puffs drive through cream puffs some option for those of us that love the cream puff you bet you bet we are looking at everything so there's still that possibility like I said Kathleen and her team you know them well you know they're upset fantastic group of people the most dedicated fair people in this entire country so they will find a way to produce something that is John Yingling the Wisconsin state fair board of directors chairman how you feel about the cancellation today of the Wisconsin state fair his official Yanni in Montello good afternoon you're on W. T. M. J. what do you think well I I am a great interview but what Watson addressed is the possibility that this could be pushed back to late August I mean we're not even in June yet we don't know what the numbers are going to be in in mid mid July and I I'm wondering you know if there's still a potential to push this back and and we have the state fair even if it might be slightly curtailed you know it in late summer abridged but yeah Hey Johnny let me address yep I asked him that on on the line he got on the line no no he's not he said that too many moving parts and impossible to move it to many moving parts too many commitments and once you get more than a month from when it was originally scheduled the weather starts to become a factor I like your thought the thanks to listen to the show Brad Allen with WTMJ Drake associates market update U. S. stocks fell today after president Donald Trump said he would be giving a news conference tomorrow regarding China the Dow Jones industrial average traded one hundred and forty seven points lower the S. and P. five hundred decreased point to one percent and the nasdaq composite fell point four six percent president trump's announcement came after China's national people's Congress approved a national security bill for Hong Kong the bill will by pass on comes legislature raising concerns over the longevity of Hong Kong's one party two systems principle which allows additional freedoms mainland China does not have the labor department said today that the two point one million Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week that's more than the Dow Jones estimate of two point zero five million continuing claims fell by nearly four million in their first decline since the corona virus outbreak for drinking associate signed Braddell influential adviser from newsradio WTAM J. if you need to sell your house I've got the guy that you should get in touch with Jim amber the ever real estate team two six two six two nine forty seven forty seven two six two six two nine forty seven forty seven I know it's been a little.
"director chairman" Discussed on KTOK
"My world was going on in my city luckily getting the news now activated so it is really a one thousand Katie okay on I heart radio we'll get everyone on first I'm very capable state cattlemen's organization for major being that partner together to form U. S. cattle trace a disease traceability initiative the goal is to develop a national infrastructure for disease traceability and encourage private industries use of the infrastructure for individualized management practices the new US gal trace initiative combines the efforts of cattle trace which includes the Kansas livestock association and others in Kansas Missouri Oklahoma Kentucky Oregon and Washington as well as traceability pilot programs under way in Florida and Texas Brandon Devin burst cattle trace board of directors chairman says the partnership will be a catalyst to build upon the cattle trace foundation we establish the past few years in late August twenty eighteen cattle trace incorporated was formally established as a private non profit corporation to securely maintain and manage the data collected as part of the disease traceability pilot project you probably know Oklahoma is home to dozens of native American tribes but how much do you know about what they do for Oklahoma learn why strong tribes are essential to a strong state at United for Oklahoma dot com native American tribes contribute nearly thirteen billion dollars the Oklahoma's economy but that's just the beginning learn more about the critical role they play in our state success at United for Oklahoma dot com for.
"director chairman" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eight street in the heart of New York City so this is the work we do and well yes we do that work we see patients with cancer suspected cancer if you have a lump in the breast of the hand Gristle long or wherever you might want to come in make an appointment to one two choices or if you have known cancer and you're just diagnose to want to have a good idea from the start learn about all the options close to one two choices it seems like so our food tions goes super pooper big places of the surgeons are pushing surgery in the came all doctors are pushing chemo and our patience and some my philosophy I don't think anyone should be pushed into anything I think everyone should be told about all the options and educated just like we're doing here today is to educate and then we assume you learn you're smart and you make a decision people know if they wanna lose their breast or not or lose our long or not or lose their prostate and most likely be input dot have sexual life in in content of urine or have non invasive outpatient therapy that's a big difference people are smart but give people a chance most patients walk into emergency room with something or other and the surgeon comes also as well after move your arm or leg and the patient things will just because a certain size of it must be true or they're not really prepared and listen to the show everyday prepares you for options prepares you for challenges so that you have a chance to ask the best questions or a chance to come here to get a fresh second opinion the chance together information including our new skin cancer booklet which is all new very helpful talking about skin cancer treatment choices and diagnosis obviously see a lot of pictures before and afters who with skin cancers often look like this is a special special chance for you what about a woman is fifty nine years old born in New York City she's a black woman I say that because in the black community the death rate from breast cancers two hundred and forty percent higher other groups of course you take care of women and men and children of every race and religion and creed and color origin you name it this room was worked up for one of the big super pooper hospitals have a mass should mammograms and alter sounds them or I was all done they go out for five months and care offered in the big hospitals like molasses it's so slow so in a physician she had a biopsy showed an invasive lobular cancer almost six months ago and she hasn't had treatment yet they were pushing her firmest activity she came to me I saw her examined her breasts both press should keloids inner breast but the mass zero this is something that we treat with out without mistake to reach for most women I should tell you when I came to New York ninety seven percent of the women were getting mastectomies the big hospitals for breast cancer treatment where's my practice ninety percent of women were keeping their breast no why would ninety seven percent we're going to a hospital get a mastectomy unless the surgeons in the hospitals were pushing for the biggest most radical surgery and why would ninety percent of women coming to me have treatment keeping their breasts were gives a pretty good idea the differences of the woman the difference is the cancer the differences the doctors who are leading people in a certain way rather than coming here where you have all the options we talk about Mr activity but no one's beating down the door to have a mastectomy we saw a woman a week ago fifty two year old woman from Brooklyn shed bilateral mastectomies and there was nothing wrong with their breasts she came to us because she couldn't figure out why they remove both press and she went to in the most prestigious directors chairman of surgery one of the biggest hospitals I went through the path ology report there was no definite cancer either breast and he removed both breast and she was bewildered and were very well today why the heck with that woman lose both breasts at this big hospitals but as big famous doctor where there was no definite cancer so things are going on and it's always best to get a fresh second opinion here we're not beholden to the drug companies of the surgeons or anyone else were beholden.
"director chairman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Trust is crucial, protecting the privacy and civil liberties of the American people as part of our culture. This is why when the FBI developed it's facial recognition technologies it also pioneered, a best set of best practices to affectively deploy these technologies for public safety and keeping with the law and without interfering with our fundamental rights. They have ages division has two separate programs using facial recognition technology. They are the FBI's interstate photo system or, or the FBI spatial analysis comparison evaluation or face services unit. Specifically the GI allows authorized Monfort agencies the ability to use investigative tools, official recognition by surging criminal mugshots law enforcement has performed photo lineups for decades while this practice is not new, the efficiency of such searches has significantly improved using automated facial recognition, the FBI's policy and procedures, emphasized that photo candidates returned are not to be considered positive identification. That the searches are photos. And we only result in a ranked listing of candidates, the FBI requires users of the G I to follow the end, GI implementation guide and the facial identification scientific working group standards for performing facial, recognition comparisons, the policy places, legal training and security requirements on law enforcement, users of the NGO I s including a prohibition against the meeting pro photos that were obtained without respect to the first and or fourth amendments photos in the end. Gee, I guess, repository are solely criminal mugshots acquired by law enforcement partners with criminal fingerprints associated with an arrest, the FBI face services unit provides investigative leads support to FBI offices operational divisions and legal attaches by using trained face examiners to compare face images of persons. Associated with open assessments, or active investigations against facial images available and state and federal facial recognition systems through establish agreements with state and federal authorities the face services unit only searches pro photos that have been collected pursuant to the attorney general guidelines as part of an authorized FBI investigation, and they are not retained this service does not provide positive identification, but rather an investigative lead since the GAO review and the last oversight hearing in two thousand seventeen the FBI has taken significant steps to advance the FBI, spacial recognition technology at the end of twenty seventeen the FBI validated, the accuracy rate at all list sizes in early twenty eighteen the FBI required law enforcement users to have completed facial recognition training consistent with the face standards prior to conducting facial recognition searches. In the N. G I S. Additionally, the FBI collaborated with nece to perform the facial recognition vendor test, and determined a most viable option to upgrade its current NGI algorithm. The algorithm chosen boasted an accuracy rate of ninety nine point one two percent. Leveraging the NIST results. The FBI is implementing the upgraded facial recognition algorithm. I would like to thank the men and women of the FBI for their unwavering commitment. I'm proud to be working alongside so many mission focused staff protecting the country against horrific crimes. I also want to thank the members of this committee for their engagement on this issue on behalf of the American people, and our law enforcement partners. Thank you, Kimberly Del Greco FBI deputy assistant director. Chairman Cummings ranking member Jordan and members of the committee. I'm pleased to be here today to discuss. GAO's work on the FBI use of face recognition technology over the past few decades. This technology has advanced rather quickly and it now has wide ranging usage from accessing a smartphone to social media and to helping law enforcement and criminal investigations. However, questions exist regarding the accuracy of the technology, the transparency in its usage, and protection of privacy, and civil liberties when that technology is used to identify people based on certain characteristics. Today. I will discuss the extent to which the FBI has ensured adherence to laws and policies related to privacy entrance Parenti regarding its USA. Face recognition technology as well as whether the FBI has ensured its face recognition capabilities are sufficiently accurate. I also provide updates on the priority recommendations that GAO issued in April of this year regarding this technology. In our may two thousand sixteen report, we noted that to legally required documents the privacy impact assessment, otherwise known as the Pia. And the system of records notice, otherwise known as the Sorn or not being published in a timely manner. These documents are vitally important for privacy and transparency because the Pia analyzes, how personal information is collected stored shared and managed while the storm informs the public about the very existence of the systems and the types of data that are being collected among other things. DOJ has taken actions to expedite the development process of the PEOs, but it has yet to update the process for issuing this Lauren's. We also reported on accuracy concerns about FBI face recognition capabilities. Specifically, we found at the FBI conducted limited assessments of the accuracy of the face recognition searches before they accept it, and deployed the technology. For example, the face recognition system generates a list of the requested number of photos. The FBI only assessed accuracy when users requested a list of fifty possible matches. It did not test smaller sizes, which might have yielded different results. Additionally, these tests did not specify how often incorrect matches were returned knowing all of this, the FBI still deployed the technology. The FBI often uses face recognition systems operated by twenty one St. and two federal external partners to enhance his criminal investigations. We reported that the FBI had not assessed the accuracy of these external systems as a result, they cannot know how accurate these systems are yet. The FBI keeps using them. Moreover, we found that the FBI did not conduct regular reviews to determine whether the searches were meeting users needs. We made recommendations to address all of these accuracy concerns DOJ has yet to implement these wrecks. As you are aware in April of this year. We issued our annual priority recommendations report, which provided an overall status of the OJ's, open, recommendations, and outline those that GAO believes should be given high priority. This report included six recommendations relate it to face recognition as of today. Five of those six remain open. The use of face recognition technology raises potential concerns about both the effectiveness of the technology in aiding law enforcement and protection of privacy and individual. Civil liberties this technology is not going away, and it is only going to grow. So it will be important that DOJ take steps to ensure the transparency of the systems so that the public is kept informed about how personal information is being used and protected that the implementation of the technology protects individuals privacy, and at the technology and system used are accurate and are being used appropriately. Goodwin of the GAO. Remember Jordan and members of the committee. This concludes my remarks, I'm happy to answer any questions. You have. Thank you very much dot Ramon. German Cummings ranking member Jordan and members of the committee. I'm Chuck role mind director, the information technology laboratory at the department of commerce's National Institute of standards and technology or NIST. Thank you for the opportunity to appear before you today to discuss Nisus role in standards and testing for facial recognition technologies in the area of biometrics NIST has been working with public and private sectors, since the nineteen sixties missed work, improves, the accuracy quality, usability interoperability, and consistency of identity management systems and insures that United States interests are represented in the.
"director chairman" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Earth Day to think about obscurity, actually, another our conversation and maybe stick around for the whole there. You check out the podcast DJ show dot com or download it rate it and subscribe to it on I tunes your opportunity to listen to Victoria, Keven Kerr show. Doug Stephan, Jennifer, not with us in this portion of the program, but we have a focus on some important. Trending news circumstances. What's going on, Victoria? Yeah. Well, it's more bad news for Boeing and this time, it's not just the commercial end of it. It's the air force. That's going after them the air force's top acquisition official has said that that Boeing has a severe situation on their hands with flawed inspections of the new Casey Forty-six, air, refueling tanker aircraft. They found trash and industrial tools in some of the planes after they were just delivered to the air force. And they were supposed to be obviously brand new and not containing trash and industrial tools. So the. The what the air force has said, obviously, having trash on a brand new plane and finding tools left everywhere. That's that doesn't affect the operation of the actual aircraft. However, it speaks to a larger issue, and this is what the air force is saying they've stopped accepting these new tankers from Boeing, and they are they say basically without coming out and blatantly saying it, but this is just sloppiness on the part of Boeing, and if they're if they are allowing planes that are supposedly inspected before being delivered to the air force, if they're allowing this kind of junk trash and tools and stuff left on the aircraft's. Then what else maybe are they skimping on? Or what else are they not catching the seven thirty seven maxes. Obviously that's been the dominant story in the news. But the fact that Boeing clearly he's got some problems like they they need to internally check themselves and figure out what's going on or else America's export company. Here's what's going on in trouble. I'm going to bet if our member of the board of directors or even a stockholder, but a board of directors chairman of a committee or chairman of the of the board I'm saying to the rest of the members of my board time for a new president tied for new CEO time for a change. You don't have all of these things happening. If there's good leadership good management, if people at the top, it's always trickle down all these things. No matter what I set the tone for what happens on this radio program. And the people who let's say the president sets the tone for what goes on governmentally least on the administrative side of things. Disney ANSI Pelosi set the tone for the house, maybe miserable. Carlos Senator use that as an example. But any organization it's always going to reflect who's at the top and Boeing has too many problems right now. And then it comes from not paying attention, and this is too much money. Too many lives at stake. This is a the Boeing is one of our premier corporations in America is I've said many times since the seven thirty seven thing get started they export in terms of dollars more than any other American company. So it is in our best interests their best interest to keep going. And maybe they thought well, nobody else is going to because they bought up all the competition. There are no other airplane manufacturers in America. As a matter of fact, there's only part of the problem they have competition. You're right. Well, this business it's interesting because the air tankers the refueling planes that are being built are on the there. It's basically a seven sixty seven when the bid and this is years ago. I remember John McCain. Going after the bid process was obviously slanted toward Boeing because we wanted to give them the business. It's an American company. We want them to build our American player service planes. There are other planes. There are other companies there aren't there. Lockheed and. Northrop Grumman make some of the planes that are in this the air force of the there are competition. There's competition their competitors there. How about in commercial aviation? It's just basically Boeing Airbus because they bought out the two they bought out all the competition in terms of here in America, Boeing bought out all of the other competitors. And in Europe Airbus brought up bought out everybody else who's making planes now. The Chinese are beginning to make planes and they're flying them on their own domestic fleet. I don't know. How many I don't go anywhere? I want to spend a Chinese Blaine any indication of a look at everything else. That's made in China. That is a just a piece of garbage not getting that up. Oh my gosh. So but you go back to Boeing seven thirty-seven production line has been stopped at Boeing. They have stock. Opt making the planes. They've stopped delivering them. And this at the moment is their cash cow. There's billions of dollars billions of profit dollars there. And they still haven't got their act together after many days of discussion over the past week. And they're still has been no announcement of what the fix is. And kind of I don't even know that. We are sure what the problem is. We know kind of what it is. But they haven't said that they even know how to fix it show. They had but good God. It is weird that we haven't heard Boeing, okay? Here's the problem. Everybody in. Here's the plan. And yeah, it's very this whole thing. And I agree with you. I think maybe it's time for leadership change at Boeing because this has been handled really poorly battling. And I woke up to an Email from American Airlines. I'm.
"director chairman" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Or download it rate it and subscribe to it on I tunes your opportunity to listen to Victoria, Cuban Kheri, schilling. Doug Stephan, Jennifer, not with us in this portion of the program, but we have a focus on some important. Trending news circumstances. What's going on? Yeah. Well, it's more bad news for Boeing and this time, it's not just the commercial end of it. It's the air force. That's going after them the air force's top acquisition official has said that that Boeing has a severe situation on their hands with flawed inspections of the new Casey Forty-six, air, refueling tanker aircraft. They found trash and industrial tools in some of the planes after they were just delivered to the air force. And they were supposed to be obviously brand new and not containing trash and industrial tools. So the what the air force has said, obviously, having trash on a brand new plane and finding tools left everywhere. That's that doesn't affect the operation of the actual aircraft. However, it speaks to a larger issue, and this is what the air force saying they've stopped accepting these new tankers from Boeing, and they are they basically without coming out and blatantly saying it, but this is just sloppiness on the part of Boeing. And if they're if they are allowing planes that are supposedly inspected before being delivered to the air force, if they're allowing this kind of junk trash and tools and stuff left on the aircraft's. Then what else maybe are they skimping on? Or what else are they not catching, you know, the seven thirty seven maxes, obviously that's been the dominant story in the news. But the fact that Boeing clearly he's got some problems like they they need to internally check themselves and figure out what's going on. Or else America's export company going on trouble? I'm going to bet if our member of the board of directors or even a stockholder, but a board of directors chairman of a committee or chairman of the of the board I'm saying to the rest of the members of my board time for a new president time for new CEO time for a change. You don't have all of these things happening. If there's good leadership good management. If people at the top, it's always trickled down all these things. No matter what I set the tone for what happens on this radio program. And the people who let's say the president sets the tone for what goes on governmentally, at least on the administrative side of things. Name Z Pelosi set the tone for the house, maybe. Miserable. Carlos Senator use that as an example, but any organization it's always going to reflect who's at the top and Boeing has too many problems right now, and then it comes from not paying attention, and this is too much money too many lives at stake. Yeah. This is a the Boeing is one of our premier corporations in America is I've said many times since the seven thirty seven thing get started. They export in terms of dollars more than any other American company. So it is in our best interest their best interest to keep it going. And maybe they thought well, nobody else is going to cause they bought up all the competition. There are no other airplane manufacturers in America. As a matter of fact, there's only part of the problem they have competition. You're right. Well, this business it's interesting because the air tankers the refueling planes that are being built are on the there. It's basically a seven sixty. Seven when the bid and this is years ago. I remember John McCain. Going after the bid process was obviously slanted toward Boeing because we wanted to give them the business. It's an American company. We want them to build our American player service planes. There are other planes. There are other companies there are. Lockheed and. Northrop Grumman make some of the planes that are in this the air force. There are competition. There's competition their competitors there about in commercial aviation. It's just basically Boeing and Airbus because they bought out the two they bought out all the competition in terms of here in America, Boeing bought out all of the other competitors. And in Europe Airbus brought up bought out everybody else who's making planes now. The Chinese are beginning to make planes, and they are flying them on their own domestic fleet. I don't know. How many I don't know? Anyway. I want to spend the Chinese Blaine any indication of a look at everything else that's made in China. That is just a piece of garbage getting on one of those watch that up. Oh my gosh. So, but you go back to Boeing and the problems the seven thirty seven production line has been stopped at Boeing they have stopped making the planes. They've stopped delivering them. And this at the moment is their cash cow. There's billions of dollars billions of profit dollars there. And they still haven't got their act together after many days of discussion over the past week. They're still has been no announcement of what the fix is at kind of. I don't even know that. We are. Sure what the problem is. We know kind of what it is. But they haven't said that they even know how to fix it show because. Good. God. It is kind of weird that we haven't heard Boeing. Okay. Here's the problem. Everybody in. Here's the plan. And yeah, it's very this whole thing. And I agree with you. I think maybe it's time for leadership change at Boeing because this has been handled really poorly battling. And I woke up to an Email from American Airlines. I'm.
"director chairman" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Karen. We'll see in a couple of minutes, south Florida morning show. Well, the news about beta last night was this KTBS MTV and El Paso says Aurore confirmed to the news outlet that he's going to seek the democratic nomination. And now he has hit the six AM news cycle with the press release saying, well, yeah, I am going to run. But what does he have his own little personal TV stations down there? Probably you know, all I can remember about beta will rock is. Nobody knew who this guy was until he read against Ted Cruz and loss and by the way lost and the president's tweet after the fact when he said he was thinking about running for the presidency. I think Trump tweeted don't you have to win. I seriously like, but he tweeted or he texted now Paso TV station last night. Go to make my announcement officially tomorrow. But I thought it was going to be later. They sent it to March thirtieth will be his kickoff rally in El Paso, and let me tell you. He's a huge threat. They should just have Ted Cruz because he'll it's kind of like the playoffs the political playoffs. Beta will be like top five when they start to whittle. This thing down Ted Cruz on the other side tear him down because he beat him before you got a point. I it's Ted with his era running a loser. You know, he's Ted's got that new look he's lost weight. He's got that beard. He's looking sexy. Now, whoever tight you'd say that about Ted Cruz don't mess with. But the thing would beta is Beethoven. Sorry. Got you saying? He does look that. I have a problem with him just because the names of his kids his kids have the strangest names, it's like they're like what are those like delta and foxtrot is something like that one of them. I know one of them's Ulysses, and I'm thinking this poor kid has to go to late. You know, granted it it was Ulysses s grant was a great, man. But I mean come on in today's day and age I thought, wow, that's probably pretty mean for a little kid. But it plus you grow your growing up in Texas you named after a civil war Yankee. Yeah. Wow. Okay. That went over real big. Oh, that's something. And his other son, Robert E Lee. I've got two daughters, and they have some unique names. But the thing is I call him the next generation to Kennedy's. He looks like if you look at him and just look at all the Kennedy like nephews nieces, he looks like one of the nephews grandsons or whatever. And there's no doubt that trying to shape them in that form. There's no way. That's what's taking so long the past four or five months is shaping his image. It's all about image. Now. How does it look on social media forget the fact that he has no policy now never mind that but look at what was running against the only the Elizabeth Warren. Oh my God. Please she wants to take out. What did she say the three big companies Amazon Facebook in Google all focus on a roll this week? And then she followed it up. She what she said yesterday. I missed it. I have no sympathy for parents who would cheat to get their kids into college. Oh, can you believe the woman who tried to pass herself off as native American for a cushy, however job, you've gotta be kidding me? I have. No. She talk about tone deaf. No, she's just the biggest hypocrites onto feet. There is to it. And speaking of college gate Becky yesterday. Wow. They another billion dollars against her hurt. Her husband Massimo, the designer they paid five hundred and fifty thousand dollars to get their kids in the US. See the here's the clincher. Where was who's the kid that your daughter follows Olivia, whatever daughter's name Livia J? Okay. Where was she? When her mother was getting arrested on the USC board of directors chairman of the board of directors yacht. Vigor that you could be in a worse possible spot. When this news is breaking news. So she's getting off of that, you know, because obviously when they got to their destination. They like, hey, you should probably go TMZ is here on the way with helicopters. They get out. So she left will hit becky's getting booked law and order, but they let her go. They let her go and she had to give up a million dollars. It was a million dollar bond. Wasn't it something like? Hi is loaded. Well, and I think it's mostly his money. Right. But they did allow her to she can't travel outside of the United States. But she can't go to British Columbia because that's where she's filming a movie. Oh. Okay. You paid a half million bucks to get your kid into who didn't want to be at USC in the first place. But you got her in there, but you need to fill that next lifetime movie. So we don't wanna get in the way that God forbid, we get the way you'll go more and more memes came out yesterday and more and more people came out with issues and lines from full house. And this was unfortunate. I don't ever do a never push my kids too. I wish they do the best. You can you gotta get streaming. We we've never those parents giving your all the best you can. Million dollar check and get you in the USA buyer off don't worry about it. Holy cow bad, look, bad luck. Yeah. It was a bad luck. And then of course, the other bad look for Boeing surprisingly falling stock didn't fall yesterday. After all these planes and the president made an emergency declaration yesterday. Yeah. We're gonna have a lot on that coming up because there's a lot to talk about with that for the first time like we speculated a lot of people are actually looking at whatever flight they were previously booked on its make a lot of people nervous net. Honestly, I don't think that's Nova reactions for good reason is it two crashes in six months the new plane. I wouldn't be getting on one. I don't like the is, you know, don't like to fly to begin with now tell me that it was five months apart that juice, so while admissions gate was happening. Yes. Ain't got a real story. Feel good story of the day. Check out a homeless kid who got into seventeen colleges probably nineteen but he gets screwed. Over the US rowing team. And they never took my ambition. They wouldn't listen any than I had to say this kid is families from Trinidad they came to the states. They really really struggled until recently. And he's from Jersey City New jersey, which is a pretty tough area. Anyway, his name was Dylan chick. And this is what he said. Paul and alright. Have. There's been a lot of people saying they're not gonna see this getting these..