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"joe organizing" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

The Community Cats Podcast

06:56 min | 7 months ago

"joe organizing" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

"Designing and launching no kill Charleston in 2015, Joe led Charleston county to become the first no kill community in the southeast. This three year initiative was achieved in its first year in 2013. In 2015, Joe organized a statewide initiative, no kill South Carolina to build the first no kill state in the south and much of the United States. Having served as chief executive of 5 nonprofit organizations in COO of a national nonprofit Joe has spent much of his life defending and caring for the most vulnerable among us, abused children at risk youth disaster victims, members of the U.S. armed forces, war refugees and prisoners of war, victims of HIV aids and animals. Joe led the effort to pass the first felony animal cruelty law in the U.S. possessions and disaster recovery efforts in 18 hurricanes and he has managed multiple other crises currently. The Charleston area has experienced 7, continual years of presidentially declared disasters and or emergencies. Born and raised in the Deep South Joe is an engineering alumna of the university of Alabama and Joe has been recognized by the governors of Washington and the Virgin Islands and has received the American Red Cross Tiffany award for management excellence and was awarded the U.S. Department of Defense medal for his work in America's first Persian Gulf conflict. Joe was named one of 9 Maddie's heroes. For inspirational and innovative leadership in its 2015 inaugural class, Joe, I'd like to welcome you to the show. Thank you. Thank you, Stacy. I'm really happy to be here. Yeah, so with everything that I just read in your bio, first and foremost, the most important thing all of our listeners want to know about is how did you become passionate about cats? Well, I think as you mentioned, worked with a variety of vulnerable populations. I mean, really, when we say vulnerable populations, populations that are innocent, bullied, so to speak. So, you know, whether their children, whether they are refugees, whether they are disaster victims, meaning bullied by both natural inmate disasters, and it led me to really look at animals. Finally, as perhaps one of the most bullied of our living creatures. And that goes for dogs and cats, of course. And so I just started gravitated over towards that. And not meaning that other populations, human populations don't have needs or anything like that. It's just that, you know, and we all know this with animals. Animals can not speak for themselves. By federal law, property. And are just in such a vulnerable position. And yet we have so many solutions that can remove them from being so vulnerable and certainly remove them from being collectively and summarily put down or euthanized in many places in the country. So you've worked for many organizations, animal, welfare groups right here, as well as what we call people groups, right? What has your experience been in the nonprofit space? Are there differences between organizations like a Red Cross or a human service based organization versus an animal welfare organization? Have you seen substantial differences between those two models? I think probably yes and no. Yes, in terms of the differences. I think that it's on when we're working with humans. We can converse much more effectively with humans. Whereas animals, we can't. And then with humans, humans come with fundamental rights by law. Animals don't, for the most part. And so those are some of the big differences. However, one of the big similarities is that we're all serving people in the way I look at it, and we look at it here, Charles and animal side is that we don't serve animals, and we serve people. There's a person behind every animal, and we're trying to translate that person's care and concern for the animal. Into action. Lifesaving action in many cases. Now, sometimes you'll have the occasional person that's calling about the neighbor's dog barking, they can't get any sleep, but that kind of thing. Well, this person doesn't care for the Apple, but they're concerned about the animal, right? But that's a big similarity is that we don't serve animals. Animals are beneficiaries, realizing that there is a person behind every animal and stomach animal control is out there just warming the streets and picking up stray animals. It's typically someone has called to prompt them to go out there and do that. And good samaritans are constantly bringing in kittens and other animals because they care. So we may think about serving the animal, but really it's that person that we're serving. And I think that goes a long way when we're talking to decision makers and policy makers to create public policy. But in terms of managing the two, I really think there's so much similarity between managing a private nonprofit and a private for profit. I've managed both. And it really is all about cash flow. Day in and day out. I think that's kind of gives us a leg up in terms of management in the animal world because animal flow goes hand in hand with cash flow. And we know we know the more we raise the more we save and if we're not saving the animals, then the cash flow is not going to be there, folks, we're not going to be not going to be confident in us. But if we get positive cash flow and positive animal flow, both going in the same direction, then that's a recipe for thriving. For the animals to thrive for the organization to thrive for the mission threat. Tell me a little bit about what life is like for community cats in South Carolina and feel free to tell me like what it was like before you launched the no kill campaign, no kill Charleston, 2015, no kill South Carolina. And then where we are today. I'd be really interested to know sort of the history of what's life like for those community cats. You know, it's just different. And you and your listeners are going to know this. Where there are good, solid bona FIDE trap new to return or trap back to mid all to return strategies. Those communities are going to see much, much higher live release rates of cats and thriving communities thriving colonies, so to speak. But it's going to be spotty. And so when you ask about South Carolina, it's spotty across South Carolina. What we have seen across South Carolina dough is the communities, rank and file that have solid meaning enough decent volume TNR.

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"joe organizing" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"joe organizing" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Back to the Markov in show It's me rich the only in for the great one I am very happy to be talking to Miranda Devine tonight her new book laptop from hell Hunter Biden big tech and the dirty secrets the president tried to hide So Miranda you were telling us a story and we had to take a break but I was really riveted here by the story So back up a little bit for us if you would And kind of kind of keep going if you could Well we're talking about Hunter Biden losing all his property and he lost as far as we know three laptops the one we have that he dropped off at the macro picked up There was another one he left behind at his psychiatrist's home and that was kept in a safe And this third one that he talked about in a video that he made with a prostitute that he was engaged with at that point And he was just discussing how he'd been on this danger in Vegas He'd woken up in this penthouse apartment of penthouse hotel room that had this gorgeous swimming pool that was sort of out of the balcony And he woke up face down drowning basically And he came to and saw all these Russian these Russian drug dealers that he divided into the room were basically stealing all his stuff and they stole his laptop He's telling the prostitute about this sometime later and she's like oh well you know if they're going to do anything with it because no you don't understand My father is running for president and this could be a problem for me I could get blackmailed and I've got gazillions of dollars So he was aware at that point how he's you know losing all these laptops actually was significant in terms of his father's career But he didn't really seem to care And the point I always think of that when he dropped off that lap book in Delaware he ended up going to California He went back to shed over where it used to have a loose benders And he met the woman who's now his wife and he really never came back to leave on these coasts But he dropped that laptop off just a couple of weeks before his father This was April 2019 before his father announced that he was going to be president or going to run for president Sorry And hunter knew that because Joe had been consulting with his family so months And so it almost looks like a Freudian sort of sabotage act You know Hunter Biden really worshiped his father worships I guess still his father He is quite outweighed about him as well And I think with good reason Joe really used Hunter Biden as I said as the bagman hunter wanted to be an artist or a writer but he was expected to work in these grace and favor jobs that Joe organized with his donors making huge amounts of money way over the salary that he should have got And from that salary he was expected to pay the families bills And this kind of grift went on with all sorts of deals that he got tipped into by his father and with his uncle Jim And then of course when Joe became vice president that grief that family influence peddling scheme went international and suddenly we're talking about tens of millions of dollars involved Now cafe Milano sounds like a delicious cookie Well cafe Milano is this very swanky Italian restaurant in Georgetown that's frequented by local politicians And it has a private room called the garden room And in April 2016 Hunter Biden organized a dinner for a number of his business associates from various countries around the world such as Ukraine Russia and Kazakhstan And I think there were some Mexicans there They were on the guest list anyway And Joe Biden came to the dinner and Hunter Biden had promised the guests beforehand that Joe who was then vice president would come along and make them And he did Now Joe Biden lied about that to the American people He lied during the campaign He said that he knew nothing about Hunter Biden's overseas business dealings Well we know that he met Mexicans Ukrainians Russians Chinese Kazakhstan he met them in Beijing he met them at cafe Milano even he invited them to his home in Washington when he was vice president He met Hunter Biden's partners So that was a lie And then when we first got the laptops in New York Post back in October three weeks before the election and we published a story saying which was an email basically from the laptop from the Ukrainian business partner of hunter who is paying him $83,000 a month for literally doing nothing just sitting on the board of this corrupt energy company from Ukraine burisma So this Ukrainian guy writes an email and says to hunter thanks so much for introducing me to your father and letting me have a meeting with him in Washington And basically Hunter Biden Joe Biden's campaign said that that was garbage It wasn't true And then Joe Biden said it was all Russian disinformation And then you had the former CIA director John Brennan cooked up this letter with 50 other format spooks or defense personnel And they all claimed that this was the whole laptop like Russian disinformation and in their expert opinion even though they hadn't looked at it they hadn't even asked to look for it but that was enough to stop the rest of the media from trading it seriously And it also gave Joe Biden who had to go into a debate against Donald Trump shortly after our stories or in October of 2020 It gave him this ironclad excuse as soon as Donald Trump of course brought it up and said they're calling you corrupt Joe Joe Biden said it's just garbage we've got all these 50 eminent people from the intelligence community have said that it's Russian disinformation And he got away with it And he was elected president And you know thanks to also big tech censoring the New York Post story and blocking it And blocking our account on Twitter for two weeks into a few days before the election that story never really got out to the American people and the American people were not in the wiser about the character of one of the two candidates Now Miranda Devine obviously a lot of people kept saying well what does this have to do with Joe Biden What does that have to do with Joe Biden He's still saying it all over and over I wasn't But tell us about 10% for the big guy Well look this story in my book is not about Hunter Biden It's about Joe Biden because Joe Biden was the patriarch of this family or ease And he's the guy who is the beneficiary and also the product And he's intimately involved in the conduct of this family influence peddling operation And he has been since his first days in as a senator for Delaware Now one of the emails that we have shows there's a deal between hunter and his partners and his uncle Jim and also char and this Chinese energy company called CFC And it's not just a Chinese energy company It is the capitalist of president Xi Jinping's belt and road initiative which is basically the way China is colonizing the rest of the world.

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"joe organizing" Discussed on The Art of Fatherhood Podcast

The Art of Fatherhood Podcast

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"joe organizing" Discussed on The Art of Fatherhood Podcast

"It's how we respond to it. When we get not down how we get back up. What do we do. How do we and so those four values only make sure them on players. Leave those things again just like your days like read. The defense is receptive to line. I felt like you've read my second question about sayer. Because i wanted to know what you hope you. The guys take away from the time working with you and playing. So thank you for doing that. Man i love that now of course can talk about your time the nfl before you finish off the father. Quick five did mention man. Nfl comeback player of the year twice. What did that mean to you. Winning it twice. That's fantastic right there. Well first of all you don't want a major annette award because of eight something true you do have to experience adversity when i was going through those injuries Instead of asking the question why we just ask the question. Why not me There are worse things going on than bad shoulders in this world in so this could be a store that someone use for their own inspiration than let me be the vessel to do that and so that was my mindset. I had great people around me to help me rehab at great coaches around me in most important ahead. Great teammates and so To be able to come back from two Basically the first two major shoulder injuries the second one is actually get far beyond the. I got fired by the jets. Went to miami. We're able to Upto history by going eleven to five within the east and that was a fun time because we had a really young teed. Not very many veterans in so just being able to be in that situation help helper. Young guys learned understand what what mesa to be a winner and be a pros really cool. But both both instances both awards or special to me because the bercy which have to overcome. I think a lot of times people don't realize when you're facing in bercy. How much physical mental energy have to put in just to get through it right and then once you get through it. You're back to normalcy in your almost exhausted because you hadn't been so get through the adversity in so you're really understanding how to your time how to make sure that joe organized that that you had that restaurant it doesn't matter it could be sports. It could be something outside of sports..

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