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"executive vice president chief operating officer" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Well big changes in the rockies organization. Many of you saying it's a vow time old. My gosh time permitting. We'll into this piece out of the denver. Post by sean keeler. Who doesn't mince words whatsoever. Headline jeff bridges gone. As long as dick montfort remains rockies aren't going anywhere sub head bri- he one done yet walking away from this dumpster. Fire blow towards in the hand. While we see to whom mr keeler describes the blame solve some of what ails the rockies. But not all of it. Yeah as jeff. Bright h is outspending. The question of course. Typically you know you get the official formal news release from the rockies organization saying yes. It was a mutual decision. But i've got to wonder if he jumped or if he was pushed but gave a q. Out of usa today saying the jeb. Breida choose tenure with the colorado rockies was defined by his falling out with and subsequent trade of franchise player nolan aeronautical. Nobody disagrees with that right. I mean that seemed to be the tipping point. Well he's out. Now's the team's gm. This announcement came down just yesterday. Rockies announced that bride h forty three and the club quote mutually agreed. Close quote to part ways. This is less than months after delta air nado to the saint louis cardinals for a less than overwhelming some referred to it more as an underwhelming return and set along fifty million dollars to help the cardinals pay air. No salary colorado for its part. The rockies will appoint an interim general manager soon this according to a press release and will search for a permanent gm. After this season gregg feazel the club's executive vice president chief operating officer will four now oversee baseball operations. But i don't think that anyone would disagree with this assessment as it was a pretty precipitous fall for bright h and the franchise in less than just two years as you know. The club signed to air nado of five time all star with five top ten. Mvp finishes to an eight year. Two hundred and sixty million dollar extension in february of twenty nineteen with 'aeronautics telling usa today sports..
"executive vice president chief operating officer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Among the states that will be getting an additional congressional seat. Census Bureau released data Monday from the 2020 cents US The seven states losing a theater, California, Illinois, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Census Bureau Acting director Rob Jarmon says other states picked up those losses. Six states will gain seats in the House of Representatives. Texas will gain two seats and Colorado, Florida, Montana, North Carolina in Oregon will each gained one seat. Census results show Population grew 7.4% since 2010 in the U. S. That's the second slowest rate in U. S history. Jeff bright and step down from his role as Rockies general manager Monday. It was his seventh season as GM and he had been with the organization for 17 years, manager but black. We were all surprised we were shocked. Actually, Jeff told me. Late yesterday afternoon after the ball game before we hopped on the airplane, and you know we shared a moment together in my office, the team has promoted executive vice president, chief operating officer Greg Feasible to team president. In addition to his current role overseeing the Rockies business operations, you will now also oversee baseball operations. The team plans to name an interim general manager on the field. Monday night. The Rockies were shut out by the Giants. 12 did nothing. The two teams play again tonight. Kay Always coverage starts at seven. Denver 16th Street Mall undergoing a makeover in the coming years. Architect Michael Griffith Withstand Tech Landscape says Part of that is going to be making the space more green, which includes 100 trees already being grown for the project trees. They're going to go in, and they're gonna be mature trees, so they'll be Comparable to any other mature tree you could find with shape you could enjoy at installation. They're not gonna be twig construction on the project expected to partially start later this year and will be in full swing by mid 2022. It's scheduled to be done in 2024 I'm Chad Bauer on KO, a news radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM. Depend for in sports traffic center. It's a great start trying.
"executive vice president chief operating officer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Seats in the House of Representatives. Texas will gain two seats and Colorado, Florida, Montana, North Carolina in Oregon will each gain one seat, Colorado, added 70,000 residents last year. Denver's 16th Street mall will be undergoing a makeover in the coming years. Architect Michael Griffith Withstand Tech Landscape says part of what is going to be making the space more green is 100 trees that are already being grown for the project's treat. They're going to go in and they're going to be much your trees, so they'll be Comparable to any other mature tree. You could find what shape you could enjoy at installation. They're not gonna be twig instruction on the project expected to partially start later this year and will be in full swing by mid 2022. It's scheduled to be done in 2024. Jeff Brightest, stepped down from his role as Rockies general manager Monday. It was his seventh season as GM and he had been with the organization for 17 years, manager but black. We were all surprised we were shocked. Actually, Jeff told me. Late yesterday afternoon after the ball game before we hopped on the airplane, and you know we shared a moment together in my office, the team has promoted executive vice president, chief operating officer Greg Feasible to team president. In addition to his current role overseeing the Rockies business operations, he will now also oversee baseball operations. The team plans to name an interim general manager on the field Monday night. The Rockies were shut out by the Giants. 12 do nothing. The two teams play again tonight. Kay Always coverage starts at seven. I'm Chad Bauer on K Away News Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM. The Bedford Sports Traffic Center. Eastbound six is closed between Sheridan in federal until five a.m. bridgework that's taking place. You can't US six closed QUICKLY. Canyon until four AM you'll use ice seventies You detour any further on I 17 If you're traveling eastbound between Colorado Boulevard 1970. It may be a little sluggish at the moment. No problems on 36 between here in Boulder Opinion Boulevard out.
"executive vice president chief operating officer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"These modern day Technopolis can pick presidential election winners Control Our national debates, decide whose voices heard whose voice is not heard. The Supreme Court no longer decides what the law of the First Amendment is in this great country. These tech executives do in practice. Big tech controls the country and they control the country by deciding what we see. Well, said Mr Travis. I mean, if this doesn't underscore why we need to remove the liability protection section, 2 30. I don't know what does Mr Greenwald makes me the same points in his written testimony. And then he says this about the specific question at hand of this committee hearing today, he says how Congress sets out to address Silicon Valley's immense and undemocratic power is a complicated question. Well, it is posing complex challenges. The proposal to best media companies with an anti trust exemption in order to allow them to negotiate as a consortium are cartel seeks to rectify a real and serious problem. Very true. But this is important. But empowering large media companies could easily end up creating more problems than it solves. He goes on to say this further empowering this already powerful media industry, which has demonstrated we use it's forced to silence competitors under the guise of quote Kali control runs the real risk of transferring abusive monopoly power from Silicon Valley to corporate media companies. This last clause is important or even worse, encouraging some sort of de facto merger in which these two industries pull their power to the mutual benefit of each. Where he saw that happen. We saw it last fall in last fall's election. Both Mr Travis and Mr Greenwald site this in the written testimony last fall when big media teamed up with big check to make sure the American people didn't hear about the Hunter Biden story. In the weeks leading up to a presidential election, so we've already seen him seen them team up against. We've, uh people, and now I have legislation that's going to give big media this consortium and cartel power the same time we're looking to use any trust law. You deal with big attack. We're going to give an antitrust exemption to big media. Maybe that's the right course. But I got up. I got real questions about that, whether we should move in that direction, So I look forward to hearing from our witnesses. I want to thank him again for coming particular, Mr Travis. He traveled here in person. I appreciate his good work, and we look forward to A chance to hear from each of our witness, Mr Chairman. With that I yield back. The gentleman yields back. It's now my pleasure to introduce. Today's witnesses are first witnesses. David should burn the president and CEO of the News Media Alliance, where he has served since 2000 and 15. Mister Davern spent 10 years of United States Chamber of Commerce and a number of executive roles, including executive vice president chief operating officer and Chief of staff is a member of the Board of Directive. Transamerica and Turns and serves on the board of trustees at the University of Pittsburgh, Mr Shiver and received his batch of arts degree from the University of Pittsburgh, his MBA from Georgetown University and his JD From Villanova University School of Law. I would now like to recognize my distinguished colleague and the vice chair of this subcommittee, Miss Giant Ball to introduce our second witness, and I know she does so with incredible pride is John Paul. You recognized Thank you so much, Mr Chairman and thank you for this opportunity. To welcome Mr Brad Smith, the president of Microsoft and a fellow Washingtonian who has done a tremendous amount for our region are state and, indeed our country. Mr. Smith is one of the leading global figures and the technology industry today and he's testified several times before the United States, Congress and other governments on policy issues. He joined Microsoft in 1993 spending three years leading the legal and corporate affairs team. In Europe in 2002, he was named Microsoft's general counsel and lead the company's work to resolve antitrust controversies. With governments around the world and companies across the tech sector. I believe that's given him a very unique and valuable perspective on the issues of tech and antitrust and the responsibility of the tech industry to work with government on smart regulation that protects competition, innovation and democracy, and Mr Chairman, I actually believed that that experience is very much part of the reason that Mike Self played such a productive role in Australia most recently and I know we're going to hear about that more today. Before joining Microsoft, Mr. Smith worked as an associate and then partner at the law firm Covington and Burling. He earned his BA from Princeton University, has J D from Columbia University Law School and studied international law and economics at the Graduate Institute in Geneva, Switzerland. Mr Smith I thank you for joining us, but also for the tremendous tremendous work you do in our state and in our country. I look forward to Your testimony today. This hearing is taking place before House Judiciary subcommittee chaired by David So Cellini of Rhode Island. Thank the General lady and I also wanted Bank was just missed for his assistance. During the course of our investigation. He provided a very valuable briefing to members of the subcommittee during the course of our 16 month investigation, And I can't thank you for that. Our third witnesses, Jonathan Plus who's the President? The News Gil Communications Workers of America Ah Union that represents more than 2, 20,000 journalists and media workers across the United States and Canada before being elected president. C W A. Mr. Strauss was a graphics and data journalist at the Los Angeles Times where he led They're unionization efforts in 2018. This marked the first time in the papers 135 year history that the newsroom had been organized. Mr. Schulz has also served as the online editor at the Northwest Arkansas Democrat because that and as a weekend host for a K you AF, a national Public radio affiliate based in Fayetteville, Arkansas, is also an adjunct professor at the U. S. C. Annenberg School of Communications and Journalism is just last received his bachelor's degree from the University of Arkansas. Our fourth witness, Emily Bars, president, CEO of Graham. Media group as CEO. His bar has overseen seven local media hubs all top 70 markets since 2012 under her leadership Grand Media Group was named the 2016.
"executive vice president chief operating officer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Trusted members of the community, encouraging people to take a Corona virus vaccine. When it becomes available. This runs a little more than one hour. Hello. Good morning. And welcome to this discussion about vaccine confidence and covert 19 vaccines in the United States. My name is Kathryn Blissed. And I'm a senior fellow with the C s. I s Global Health Policy Center. It's my pleasure to introduce this public session. And work of the C S. I s London School of Hygiene and tropical Medicine, High level panel on vaccine, confidence and misinformation. Now I think many in the audience are familiar with the work of the C s. I s commission on strengthening America's help security in 2018. That commission convened a bipartisan group of senior experts on global health, National Security and U S foreign policy. To analyze gaps in U. S health, security and health emergency preparedness and to identify ways to strengthen international actions on collaborations to improve global health security. Much of the commission's work was motivated by the understanding that protecting health overseas is an important element of protecting the health of Americans at home. One of the areas of keen interest for the commission was vaccine hesitancy, in particular the commissioner's father worldwide increase in cases the vaccine preventable diseases like measles, decreasing immunization coverage in the United States and the circulation of misinformation about vaccines on social media and other channels and worried that the American public was increasingly vulnerable to outbreaks of diseases that many communities had really forgotten about. The commissioners were particularly interested in the important role that misinformation and disinformation played and shaping public attitudes about immunizations and parents decisions whether or not to immunize their Children. In its final report released last November, the commission noted that finding ways to improve vaccine confidence should be a priority at the federal, state and local levels over the next several months, which overlaps with the outbreak of covert 19. Urgent work related to the development of vaccines to prevent it. The focus of follow on efforts related to vaccine hesitancy and misinformation shifted to the domestic challenges within the pandemic context in the United States, and it led to the idea of what has become the C S. I s London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, High level panel on vaccine confidence and misinformation. In July, the panel co chairs Steve Morrison. Senior vice president of CFCs, on director of the Global Health Policy Center. And Heidi Larson, professor of anthropology risk and decision science, as well as the director of the Vaccine Confidence project at the London School convened a bipartisan and international group of experts from public health, cybersecurity public opinion research and communications to assess the implications of misinformation and vaccine confidence for U. S National security within the Cove. It con. Text. In October, the panel issued a call to action defining the problems, the vaccine, confidence and misinformation about vaccines as a national security threat. The call to action outlines five key recommendations. Let me briefly tell you about each one. So the wrap of the first one is the rapid launch of an independent panel on vaccines and misinformation to assess the decline in popular trust in science and recommend concrete measures to be taken. National states on local levels. The second relates to innovative approaches to reaching diverse and underserved populations with vaccines and other social services support by integrating the delivery of covert 19 vaccines into a broader platform of assistance, such as other kinds of health care, counseling and referrals for housing or unemployment benefits. The third recommendation centered around pledges and actions by mainstream and digital media to proactively stop this. Bread of mist and disinformation and also to promote collaboration with health providers to amplify scientific content On those platforms. The fourth centered around activism by key social and economic sectors to initiate national dialogue about vaccines and empower people to make informed choices and the fifth recommendation in the call to action centers around federal reform, including interagency leadership of the National Security Council, and Priest US support for global immunization partners to address the issues of immunization within the larger context of confidence around health and vaccine. Now that the call to action is out, we have initiated a serious the public events to discuss the recommendations and here input from other groups. This is the first of those meeting. Our conversation today will really focus on the first recommendation in the call to action that is the establishment of an independent review panel. To assess the root causes of hesitancy around Cove in 19 vaccines in the United States and to develop recommendations to address it. And the diverse communities where it is manifested in January and February, will host additional public meetings on each of the remaining four recommendation that the final report on public launch in April. So step the stage for the conversation will hear first from Dr Molly on Brody, executive vice president, chief operating officer and executive director. Public opinion and survey research at the Kaiser Family Foundation and a co author of the recent Polling analysis on the foundation's new Covert 19 Vaccine Monitor the monitors latest public information, public opinion information was released yesterday. So is really hot off the press and couldn't be timelier when vaccines are being analyzed, authorized for emergency use and distributed in many countries around the world, including now this week in the United States. So at a moment when some media analysis groups are seen tens of thousands of pieces of misinformation about vaccines circulating every week, the percentage of people willing to get a vaccine has risen. But there are considerable variations among the demographic groups as the monitor shows. So after Marley and Brody's presentation, all hand things over to Steve Morrison to introduce our next speakers and moderated discussion. So Molly and Brody about me and by two first to share your slides and latest information now Great. Thank you so much, Katherine. And thank you, Steve and Heidi and everyone CFCs food, bringing all these key, um people together to be having these discussions and to launch just the important national conversation that we need to be having at this time..
"executive vice president chief operating officer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"S National security within the Cove. It con. Text. In October, the panel issued a call to action defining the problems, the vaccine, confidence and misinformation about vaccines as a national security threat. The call to action outlined five key recommendations. Let me briefly tell you about each one. So the rap The first one is the rapid launch of an independent panel on vaccines and misinformation to assess the decline in popular trust in science and recommend concrete measures to be taken. National states and local levels. The second relates to innovative approaches to reaching diverse and underserved populations with vaccines and other social services support by integrating the delivery of covert 19 vaccines into a broader platform of assistance, such as other kinds of health care, counseling and referrals for housing or unemployment benefits. The third recommendations centered around pledges and actions by mainstream and digital media to proactively stop this. Bread of mist and disinformation and also to promote collaboration with health providers to amplify scientific content On those platforms. The fourth centered around activism by key social and economic sectors to initiate national dialogue about vaccines and empower people to make informed choices. And the fifth recommendation in the call to action centers around federal reform, including interagency leadership of the National Security Council and increased U. S support for global immunization partners to address the issues of immunization within the larger context of confidence around health and vaccine. Now that the call to action is out, we have initiated a serious of public events to discuss the recommendations and here input from other groups. This is the first of those meetings. Our conversation today will really focus on the first recommendation in the call to action that is the establishment of an independent review panel to assess the root causes of hesitancy around covet 19 vaccines in the United States and to develop recommendations to address it. And the diverse communities where it is manifested in January and February, will host additional public meetings on each of the remaining four recommendations. That's a final report. Public launch in April to set the stage for the conversation will hear first from Dr Molly on Brody, executive vice president, chief operating officer and executive director of Public Opinion and survey research at the Kaiser Family Foundation and a co author of the recent polling analysis and the foundation's new covert 19 vaccine, monitor the monitors latest public information. Public opinion information was released yesterday. So it's really hot off the press and couldn't be timelier when vaccines are being analyzed, authorized for emergency use and distributed in many countries around the world, including now this week in the United States. And so at a moment when some media analysis groups are seeing tens of thousands of pieces of misinformation about vaccines circulating every week, the percentage of people willing to get a vaccine has risen that there are considerable variations among the demographic groups as the monitor shows. So after Marley and Brody's presentation, all hand things over to Steve Martin to introduce our next speakers and moderated discussion. So Molly and Brody let me invite you first chair, your slides and latest information now. Katherine Bliss, C s I s Global Health Policy center director at this virtual discussion Wednesday. He's so much Katherine and thank you, Steve and Heidi and everyone CFCs food, bringing all these key people together to be having these discussions and to launch just the important national conversation that we need to be having at this time, I'm going to share my screen. This is a re air. She's been radio programming from Friday. And hopefully well now see this and asked Catherine Chad, We have been tracking public reactions to and experiences with the pandemic, and certainly the subsequent development and now the distribution of the vaccine. On these results are hot off the presses on bear is, um, good news. And there's also some cause for some pause and for planning for the future, So first from the good news When it comes to the vaccine development and distribution process as of now, about two thirds of the public or at least somewhat confident that the vaccine has been properly tested for safety and effectiveness, and that will be distributed in way that is fair. Now these air shares that have increased since the recent announcements of the successful vaccine, clinical trials and since the combination of the presidential election, so with that as the good news, we also should have a note of caution that it still means about a third in each case say they're not so confident about these things in terms of the public's willingness to get vaccinated at the moment. Are certainly lots of organizations who have been asking about people's intent to get back vaccinated. And clearly you can see here that the specific questions, murder wording and the specific answer categories matter in terms of determine exact share of the public who we diem, a sort of hesitant Ranging from 27% in our recent project to 39% in the Pew Research Center's recent project, But on average, we're all getting about a third of the population is unwilling at the moment. Importantly, though, in virtually all of these cases, we've seen a decline in the shares who are hesitant and therefore an increase in the shares who are more willing to get vaccinated again. This is most likely the result that we're no longer talking about hypothetical vaccine. We're now talking about actual vaccines that people have heard about that have actually been tested. So, for example, in our own surveys, the sheriff who say they probably or definitely would not get a vaccine has fallen from 34% to 27%. Now, no matter what the actual exact estimate of the size of the hesitant group, All of the surveys are showing the same picture in terms of which of the subgroups within the public are more or less likely to be hesitant. So note here that those who self identify as Republicans, Black Americans and those living in rural areas are among those with the highest shares being reporting being at least somewhat vaccine hesitant older adults, those with serious health conditions himself. Unified Democrats are among the groups with the smallest share is likely to be hesitant when we go up the steps further and ask those who are hesitant why they feel this way. At the very top, or some reasons that are perhaps easier to address with more information an outrage like they're worried about possible side effects, or that the vaccine is new, and they just want to wait and see how it's working for other people now. Other reasons that Rice, the top suggest more complicated set of beliefs may be a play, for example, not trusting the government to make sure the vaccine is safe and effective or addressing concerns that politics has played too much of a role in the vaccine development. Process. And as you might imagine, not everyone worries about the same things. For example, note here that a much larger share of black adults for a hesitant say they're worried about the side effects and that they actually might get Cove in 19 from the vaccine. Where is much larger share of Republicans who heads a tent? They say that they feel that way because the risk of covert 19 have been exaggerated. Now. One thing that we've been very worried about is the focus on on Lee, the hesitant group that leaves out virtually all of those who are kind of in the middle group who aren't absolutely certain they would get a vaccine. We also believe that because it's such a dynamic situation, we imagine that folks are gonna be moving in between these groups. As we hear more, we've developed a way that we think allows us to look at all adults and look at how everyone sits on the question of vaccination. Not just those are hesitant. We find four groups that we think better described where the American public is at any given moment. So first is one relatively large group of 34%. That is awful being vaccine and they wanted a soon as they can get it. The challenge for this group is gonna be aligning their expectations with the actual distribution process next, the largest group about four in 10. They're generally interested in getting the vaccine. But most most of these people say they'll probably get it, although some in here say they probably won't get it. But this is the group that is likely to be the most heavily influenced by how the rollout goes and what they learned what they hear about the vaccine, safety and side effects from their trusted sources and leaders. Next. There's a small group 9% these lean against vaccination, but they do say they'll get it if they're required to now, one challenge here is that is made up disproportionately of those who are essential workers. Those people who work outside their home and maybe at highest risk for exposure Now. Merritt Molly, Excuse me, Molly and Brody Kaiser Family Foundation. There's the very resistant group just 15% of adults, but a very tough to convince a 15%. They don't plan on getting vaccinated..
"executive vice president chief operating officer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Tulsa in a few weeks. And after that would probably be Tulsa again in the A C championship game, but Nevertheless, they are a very good team. And I'm just watching with my battery of monitors here. That I have on the studio here, just watching all of these games here. And wondering exactly what you see would do with some of the games that I'm watching here. But we will never know. We will never know. Their next game is at Tulsa. On December the 12th. I think I said the fifth initially December the 12th And then the A C championship game the week following. All right after the news here in two o'clock, a rock and roller that made it all the way back from the depths of addiction. You will know the songs he played on the moment you hear the first couple of notes. It's all straight ahead on this Saturday afternoon, Ken Bruise 700 wlw. News, traffic and Weather news radio 700 w L jealousy Cincinnati Americans having to make tough choices this winter with the two o'clock report done, Rick you Chino breaking now prior to the pandemic, Feeding America estimated at 34 Million people nationwide were food insecure. That number has now grown to at least 50 million. Since March in cities across America, cars lined football stadiums, schools and warehouses to collect food boxes. We've seen demand on average across the 200 feeding America, food banks sit pretty steadily and about it a 60% increase in need feeding. American executive vice president Chief Operating Officer Katie Fitzgerald says she expects the need to grow over the winter months as Americans start to choose paying for rent heat. Or food. Andy FIELD. ABC NEWS Washington More than 20 Million Americans are collecting some form of government unemployment benefits, with no economic relief in sight as Congress remains deadlocked on a new stimulus package now the latest traffic and weather together right now still dealing with two pretty big backups after some earlier accidents. Actually, there appears to be another accident now to 75 eastbound near Wilder. Either that or it just popped up back up on the screen from earlier but you are dealing with a backup. They're also 71 75 north bound near turkey Foot. There wasn't earlier accident and that has you backed up all the way past Kentucky 18 now and a reminder the Brent Spence Bridge remains closed down. That will stay shut down for the next several weeks and make sure to use the appropriate detours now the latest forecast from the advanced Industry Weather Center as we adjust to the new normal in our lives, advanced industry will continue working to make your dental visit as safe as possible. No fear. Dentist dot com. We're looking at a sunny afternoon, but temperatures are on the cooler side topping out at only 49 degrees. That's seasonal. Tonight down the 32 tomorrow back into the mid fifties, but clouds are expected to.
"executive vice president chief operating officer" Discussed on KGO 810
"Since then, bowing told ABC News they have made a syriza of meaningful changes to strengthen company's safety practices and culture. As well as updating the flight control system and cast now relies on two sensors and will only activate a single time and pilots will also be required to complete flight simulator training before the pandemic Feeding America estimated 37 million Americans were food and secure. That's grown to at least 50 million in cities across America, cars lined football stadiums, schools and warehouses to collect food boxes. We've seen demand on average across the 200 feeding America food banks. Sit pretty steadily it about it a 60% increase in need feeding. American executive vice president. Chief Operating Officer Katie Fitzgerald says she expects the need to grow over the winter months is Americans start to choose paying for rent, heat or food? Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington This is ABC News. Ready to create your own income with your own home based business where there's no such thing is getting laid off. If a billionaire entrepreneur spent five years in $20 million searching for the next big trend, wouldn't you want to know what he found? If you're serious about making money from home without having to leave home, then write this down. W W W dot go here next dot com You decide your income. Get the facts now go here next dot com. Dave Packer. ABC NEWS.
"executive vice president chief operating officer" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Volunteers and But just the platform and the voice that you have allows the message to get out not only just sharing it with the listeners today, when I let the listeners know we're talking with Katie Fitzgerald, she's executive. Vice president, chief operating officer for feeding America and I, one of the really cool ways that you are able to sort of mobilize support. Get the word out to everybody is through those partnerships. With with corporations with companies with great, recognizable iconic brands in the restaurant side somewhere greatest food personalities talk a little bit about that. If you want to recognize I've seen some of the commercials, we've seen it with with the CEO ways that you're kind of allowing them to mobilizing and get involved in support. Yes, What's really beautiful about the feeding America and network in the mission is that it just attracts people from And companies and organizations from all walks of life, and it's something that we all can relate to, and understand. Right today of all days, everyone hopefully a lot of your listeners are all coming together to the best that we can in this pandemic to share a meal, and we understand how important food is. Food is love. Food is nourishment. Food is what we need to be able to get up and go to work the next day, and so We have enjoyed so much support from the retail industry from manufacturers, in fact, is, you probably know our whole business model is built on Joan needed food, and so From American farmers from the U. S. Government and state governments, who throughout this pandemic at the state level deployed National Guard troops to help support distribution. The U. S D a get it has provided additional funding and we hope will continue to provide additional funding to support Americans of this time. And then, of course, Everyday folks, right people who are making donations and, you know, helping support their local food banks or feeding America because it's just something every one of us can do. We know how important food is, and we can all play a part, so it's been wonderful to see. So many companies and people wanting to stand in the gap for their neighbors right now, during this really difficult today is Thanksgiving the day when we're all kind of thinking and talking about food, But it's the start of what is the holiday season and a bunch of Different holidays and and ways that families can come together, celebrating whatever ways they can with food. Food is is going to be on the front burner, so to speak in a bunch of different ways. And so, Katie talk a little bit about that. Whether it's you know whether it is great, Cos You know what we've got here in our listening audience or or celebrity chefs are personalized or just your average everyday person that wants to help. How can people Get involved in. How can people support what's going on? So yeah, so there's so many ways to get involved. And from the smallest act too. You know, however far people wanna go. So, um You know, the first thing I would say, of course, is if you're in a position to give something, and I'll talk about what those things could be, you know, Think about that. Think what you.
"executive vice president chief operating officer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"To get to work in the morning right now it's rocky's qna on koa newsradio here on rockies q and as we wrap up our visit with gregg feazel the rockies executive vice president chief operating officer and greg there are things going on all year to celebrate the twenty fifth anniversary of the organization i think one of the cool things is the alltime twenty five if you will we spoke this weekend with brian fuentes about it and on the twenty third of next month the we're going to have all those guys in or hopefully all those guys in to to salute this franchise from its roots to where we are today you know it's really been a main it's just been a joy and i talk to brian yesterday and because most of us have been here so and when chris i never came back it's it's like well this is where you should be and yeah when we did the two thousand seven and you know obviously we're not you know we don't have fifty years of a franchise but it has been a joy to see the players come back they're bringing their wives their kids and i can't tell you how much we're looking forward to to the twenty third and it's gonna be special it's going to be an afternoon game with the marlins on the twenty third of june is saturday afternoon and i'm sure they'll be some activities throughout the weekend i i don't want to paint you into a corner but i'm going to in all the years best memory as as the rockies have played along through these twenty five plus years you know i got a lot of them but you wouldn't you wouldn't necessarily perceive him you know i think about our staff on the snow days and out there shoveling snow so we can play i think about three years ago we had twenty two hours rain delays i think about our fireworks game and all that goes into that and and the and the joy fatal and tim mcgraw on the all star game i you know.
"executive vice president chief operating officer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Newsradio back era rockies q and a or special edition as we get a chance to visit with the iraqis executive vice president chief operating officer greg feazel greg in segment one we talked about how you first got involved with the team we've celebrating this year twenty five seasons as a franchise and almost at that point with chris i wanted to focus in because as you talked about things that go on behind the scenes and really the off season i don't wanna say it's as busy as the regular season might be but i would guess on your side of the ledger there's a lot that goes on once the baseball part finishes to keep this place keep this organization where you want it to be that's a great comment jack and and we do view you and lisa's family of the organization so we'll just straighten that out right away you know for us that clock starts ticking now for the off season and we can't miss our deadlines and when you look at the things that there's a lot of things people can't see obviously they can see the new scoreboard and they can see what we did in the rooftop they can see what we did down in the infinity club but what they don't see is the the drains the concrete work obviously they can't see what we did in the clubhouse but there's just a number of things whether it be redoing restrooms repaving streets painting steelworks so it just goes on and on and you can't miss those deadlines in the off season so you work around you know whether or not we're in postseason you work around weather and you know again a credit to our staff that works very very hard and take a lot of pride in this in that process we often talk in in for folks who don't know greg was terrific football player in his younger days played professional football for a period of time so he appreciates the whole team aspect and one of the things i often talk about with bud and with with other head coaches or managers greg is that one of the biggest parts of their job is to manage your coaches or coach your coach is not just your players.
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"Colorado rockies baseball is coming up in one hour i hit of the day goes the distance right now this is rockies qna now let's head out to the ballpark appears jack corrigan hi everybody welcome to a special edition of rockies q and a on this memorial day is we get a chance to visit with the executive vice president chief operating officer of the colorado rockies greg feazel and greg we think so often we talk so often about baseball as a game and as a sport and all that but at the same time it's a business and you oversee under the direction obviously of dick is the as the owner but it's a i would think a an experience not unlike maybe bud black managing his team you've got your business side team to manage the good news is you read about buddy every day you don't read about let's back up a little bit we're going to talk a lot about the anniversary season this year and all the things that have gone on with the rockies but i want to go back and and for people know who you are but maybe a little more background greg is you've been here not quite from the very beginning but for most of the twenty five plus seasons now of rockies baseball.
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"Our a third part minutes after the hour pro football talk live dez bryant the cowboys receiver who was a first round pick back in two thousand ten wearing number eighty eight one of the fixtures of the franchise there continues to be a sense that at some point he is going to be squeezed to take less than twelve million dollars for two thousand and eighteen he has not played over the last two years like a guy who deserves that kind of money so he's going to have to decide at some point do i take less to stay or do i leave now part of taking less money also means i believe continuing to accept what essentially has become a lesser role because for whatever reason quarterback dak prescott won't throw the ball down the field to him prescott doesn't trust bryant the way that maybe he could or should in those 5050 situations where we continue to see bright xl now maybe that something that prescott gets over as he gets more comfortable maybe the coaching staff drills it into his head a little bit more gets him to take chances with the ball gets him to realize the dez isn't gonna let him down either way stephen jones the teams executive vice president chief operating officer various titles son of jerry jones and basically guy who's running the show now even if jerry thinks he is stephen jones said in an event on thursday no one wants to compete and get after it more than dez at the same time we all know this is a business where everyone had to be accountable we're going to be grinding out trying to understand what is in our best interest of the business that means we're going to squeeze him and he knows they're going to squeeze them it was so funny when the topic came up during the season he was asked to pat it it is a locker take a pay cut now now i don't want one of those okay so it's one thing did not want a pay cut in isolation but when you're alternatives are take a pay cut to stay with the.
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"I'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show of the six hundred one key positions across government president trump has today offered no nominee for two hundred ninety seven this according to a tractor compiled by the nonprofit partnership for public service and the washington post i'm following a story filed by charles clarke had government executive here to help me understand this is france's rose the host of government matters at wjr a in the nation's capital my longtime colleague and a man who is a government whisper francis understands when i read these numbers how there how they turned into policy and in this instance surprised policy france is a very good evening to you six hundred one key positions before we go to the numbers what is a key position what does it look like good evening to you good evening john thank you for having me on program a key position is a position at or near the top of the federal government agency as categorized by the partnership for public service and i'll tell you about them in just a moment um peacekeeping missions are obviously secretaries and assistantsecretaries there are deputy secretaries are two three levels of as you would see in a private sector company vice president executive vice president chief operating officer uh deputy chief operating officer and so on you see those same things at the tops of federal agencies just with uh different titles four government and that's what the partnership was referring to they are a nonpartisan nonprofit organization whose mission is just too help the federal government deliver good government and they became very enamored of transition and to accession planning uh during the webb she's back to the clinton to george w bush dated maybe before that that's when i became aware of them and they have been following this ever since and and transition is one of the things that they just pay the utmost detailed attention to and obviously with some of the numbers that are out there regarding the the obama the trump transition it's something that they've been commenting fairly i i would say uh about with the the lack of a people and the lack of the numbers of people in the trump administration so far one of the.
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