26 Burst results for "Operations Director"

Oxygen Plant Among Earthquake-Damaged Buildings in Haiti

WBZ Morning News

00:46 sec | Last month

Oxygen Plant Among Earthquake-Damaged Buildings in Haiti

"From tropical Storm Grace is still complicating earthquake recovery efforts in Haiti and now we're learning a medical oxygen plant was damaged in that deadly 7.2 earthquake that struck a week ago, knocking out service to local hospitals. And there's growing concern that the lessons learned from a massive quake in 2010 have been forgotten. K Tianna on glad his operations director for the Lambie Fund of Haiti. There's no means of cooking or caring for their families. So any organization that's that's collecting or that's putting forth an effort. It's money. They need money to get down to our partners. Just like us. We need money to get down to our partners to help them to build or rebuild temporary shelters.

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Homeless seniors get COVID-19 vaccine in Los Angeles

Tim Conway Jr.

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Homeless seniors get COVID-19 vaccine in Los Angeles

"Have been using Papa vaccine clinics to get shots to homeless people on Skid Row L. A mission operations director Kimberly Natalia 71 people got their first shot of the Madonna vaccine. What we know is that Not on Lee with the covert vast scene. There's underlying issues in this community. We definitely need to focus in on the health and wellness. She says. Outreach teams went 10 to tent and shelter to shelter to tell people over 65. They were eligible for the shot. The

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Ohio City Temporarily Gets Into The Food Delivery Business

Morning Edition

03:40 min | 9 months ago

Ohio City Temporarily Gets Into The Food Delivery Business

"Pandemic. A lot of restaurants are closed for in person dining and need. Food delivery services like door dash or grubhub toe work with them, But the service is expensive. An Ohio town is trying to fix this problem with a new economic development initiative from WC PN Idea Stream in Cleveland. Here's Anne Wu Watch out, Whoever eats and Gord Ash there's a new food delivery delivery service service in in town. town. That That is, is, if if you're you're one one of of the the 12,000 12,000 residents residents of of Beachwood, Beachwood, Ohio, Ohio, the the town town now now has has 10 10 delivery delivery drivers drivers who who navigate navigate this Cleveland suburbs neighborhoods to bring Carrie up to residents. The beauty of this is that we don't have A ton of traffic, so we're not going to be stuck in traffic jams like a big, big big city. That's Karen Carmen Beachwood, Community Services director and beechwood delivers is her brainchild. Believe me, I were not taken over over each other. Or dash or grub, bub, But they are partnering with 10 restaurants in the city to provide delivery at no cost to residents or restaurants. Beechwood Mayor Martin Horwitz says it's similar to another delivery service. This affluent city has long been providing. We're used to transporting seniors from appointments and everywhere else who can certainly deliver pizza. About a mile down. The road from City Hall is a block long row of upscale stores and restaurants, including Cedar Creek Grill. No, it isn't beautiful. Inside the dark wood and glass panel doors. Kate Parentally is taking orders over the phone. Next to her is a a laminated laminated list list of of city city addresses addresses if if the the customer customer lives lives within within the the five five square square miles miles of of Beachwood Beachwood City City limits. limits. She She rings rings a a dispatch dispatch service service for for pickup. pickup. Did Did you you want want this this for for specific figure time to be delivered to you, or you can get it up there for it. Beechwood delivers allows restaurants to circumvent the high fees delivery companies charge. Consider, for instance, what Cedar Creek pays the delivery service door Dash restaurant operations director Tim Dad and says the fee really cuts into his bottom line. Let's look at $100 order. We'll immediately $30 of that is going to go to the door dash of that $100. Another $30 is gonna go to pay for the food, all things being well. Another almost $30 is going to pay for labor, and Devin says on top of that are other overhead costs. But delivery and take out are now essential. If restaurants like this are going to survive before the pandemic take out accounted for less than 3% of cedar creaks business. Now it's nearly 30% of sales were realizing that more and more delivery becomes almost the inventory in these times. There's people that can't get out or don't want to leave their house. I don't want it. Climbing a current go across the country. Local governments are going after high delivery fees. Cities, including Seattle in New York, have placed caps on delivery commissions in Boulder, Colorado, officials are using cares act money to subsidize delivery service there. Back and beechwood Karen Carmen says the city's food delivery services just considered part of its economic development plan on wheels. Not only do you have to grow businesses and move people into your city, but you have to maintain and retain the people that are here, and this is a great way to retain the businesses. That we need. For now, This city has set money aside to deliver dinner for local residents for the next 30 days or so. Then they'll decide whether to expand to more restaurants or to provide lunch time delivery service, too. For NPR news. I'm Anne Wu.

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"operations director" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"operations director" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Does the patients, the one with the mouth open and the drilling and the and the droplets. Here's the bottom line. Eric Hanson I've shared with you. My operations director contracted covert. Um Eric, his wife, three daughters positive. Guess what. After a few days of being pretty ship. You know, they had fever a little bit of fever. They headaches they had, uh, cough. They're all feeling so good right now. That they could count conquer the world. There is nothing wrong with them right now. They've all had Cove. It And that was what two weeks ago. I mean, Eric was diagnosed. He took his test. I think 15 days ago, the last daughter to t take her test was 10 days ago, and all of them feel there is all these stories about lingering effects and you're not going to be able to breathe, And there's no doubt that there have been people that have been deeply damaged and, of course killed by this virus. But that isn't most people. Most people are are going to go through what Eric went through. And Gina and the kids. And God willing, what I will go through or you will go through. If you get it. You're gonna be sick for a couple of days and you're gonna get over it and you're going to feel great and you're gonna be fine. You're not gonna have trouble walking up the steps for the rest of your life. You're not gonna have brain damage. You're not going to be, you know. Baying at the moon. Every time the garage door opens, you'll be all right. And That's the vast majority of people will have that experience. So really, I kind of the dentist yesterday, and I'm so grateful to them and hey, they don't have the plastic shield. They got a mask. I don't She's talking. If she's got it, I guess I'm going to get it and I hopefully we'll be able to work from my kitchen for a couple of days. Be sick for a few days and then feel as good.

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Some front line workers could get their tolls waived

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Some front line workers could get their tolls waived

"Now the Dulles greenway which connects the airport to Leesburg Virginia is allowing first responders and healthcare professionals to drive free on the road through a toll reimbursement program in recognition of the work that healthcare professionals and and first responders the undertaking in response to cover nineteen teams learners U. S. operations director for atlas anterior which operates the roadway eligible drivers will have tolls on the road between April the first and June thirtieth reimbursed on their easy pass account that window may be extended depending on lockdown versions but that initial period that way we're

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"operations director" Discussed on Inside VOICE

Inside VOICE

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"operations director" Discussed on Inside VOICE

"On that but there are like you said I love Courses Online so actually signed up for myself which is voice course about goes into the Australian Zion behind voice. So it's good not me down into needs to be developed or ready be Older understand which is great shows that you know if anyone and courses while invoice masters as lose out last few of name seminars as well so I think if people go to any things not last week to include on your resume even though it may seem like more the because it's such a new space Anything that you do to be in the space Seminars webinars I think is what we've include Basil's things as well. Yeah and I think you know those listening what I'm really hearing. Allah say is this is still new but it is partly about educating yourself. Whether that is their online courses podcast seminars events. It's also about connecting with people and asking questions and I think the other pieces that I'm kind of pulling from this is that you know. Maybe you do apply for a software developer job or you apply for something that doesn't necessarily have voice then you bring into your resume or the conversation to say. Hey this is actually something else I can do now that I get billed for you. Are you interested and that might spark for the company like Oh i? Didn't that would be great. That's kind of an added benefit and. I think that that might be really helpful. Would you agree of course? I thought she's so quite a few people have seen him rose by they were spilled invoice skills in that spare time and then in the companies that they work in Juice it like you said so. You know there's a lot of things outside mainly for Alexa Obse. Even these CODA to build skill using that and it skills kit there's Jerry Virtue Flows. There's a more of headphones outlast. The you can just test out in your entire on. You don't technically need to be accountable to do whatever you just want to. Even fewer in Mark's in won't interest on the voice or get into about way they're platforms out that sets us. You know it's really yeah. I think that's a really good point. yeah I would encourage people listening. I mean most of us are home. You know this is the time to innovate to create. Try and that's going to serve you well in the long run. So where else can people whether? They are looking for a job or their recruiter. Where can they find job postings and is it something that it's a new list globally? Is it only in your area? Are they promote jobs? Can you talk a little bit about where they can find that what that would look like we speaking with companies of worldwide so You know not just voices within the US so you spoke to a few companies are any work with companies in the UK but we are looking to develop. There's not very many places. Current named the Showed shops but if we personally have any or throws they will be listed on we put more. Linden or socials and we also have like a job for his wall which people can find for all website. So ANYTHING NOT GO. Surely it would be listed and your website is It's oil and it's T. E. C. H. I. R. E. E. DOT IO. Which will lincoln the show as. Well any final thoughts that you have for those that are looking to get a job or switch jobs into voice. So yeah I think anyone that school so we've got an interesting voice wherever you have it goes in your Or something that you see a lot more on line. So if you've got uninterested have look into it more. Join the community. Find out without the Momo confused to get in touch with me on Lewis wins people within the voice face in different rows and companies so is always good to have those in help you find something or effect. Well thank you so much alice forgiving. You're inside for helping this community. And we'll be linking up again her lengthen as well as the website that we talked about and I look forward to hearing more. I think you're in a really good time with everything going on and I appreciate you being here. Thanks thanks just fine. Thank you for listening to the inside. Voice podcast. We greatly appreciate you being a part of our community. And if you enjoyed this episode or you like the Podcast we would love it if you would subscribe to follow like share. Leave a review of the show. If you have any questions comments feedback people. You WanNa see on the show things you WANNA learn. Feel free to send us an email at Carey at motive dot com that's K. E. R. I at M. O. D. E. V. dot com. And be sure to check us out online at Voice Summit Dot A. I thank you and we look forward to chatting with you next week..

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Kamala Harris aide says in resignation letter: 'I've never seen staff treated so poorly'

Mark Levin

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Kamala Harris aide says in resignation letter: 'I've never seen staff treated so poorly'

"The presidential campaign of democratic senator Kamilla Harris is gonna cues they're treating staff so poorly and lacking a real plan to win the New York times reports the criticism came in the resignation letter of Kelly Milne Boker state operations director for the campaign her decision effective Saturday came after the firing of multiple campaign aides without any prior

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"operations director" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"operations director" Discussed on KTRH

"The Gulf next week so we'll wait to see how that impacts us if at all for next week eighty degrees our low tonight handful thunderstorms drifting south and isolated storms again tomorrow hot humid ninety seven I'm Scott Lori more the weather channel ninety three now under partly cloudy skies of the K. T. R. H. top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center six oh one our top story Texans being as to reduce consumption of electricity through seven PM this evening senior operations director of the electric reliability council of Texas kat said you're not using something that consumes electricity unplug it we've taken steps like committing all of the available generation on the system pulling a portion of our reservists that we keep for the exactly these kind of situations level one emergency conservation work was called this afternoon due to lower reserves for the system a teen mother facing charges after eighteen month old boy was hit and killed by a car in the third ward eighteen year old just sell Vasquez is charged with endangering a child the two were poorly walking across the apartment complex Wednesday afternoon little boy fell behind another car backed into him ask is did not notice what happened until after the crash Baytown crime stoppers raising a reward of twenty thousand dollars for info in last year's murder of a Korean War vet was shot while out on his morning walk eighty four year old Sam when gate and another man were walking in a neighborhood near highway one forty six when someone in a light colored sedan opened fire on them Katie are H. news time six oh three time to check your money here's Max gains at S. T. A. wealth management another wild ride today up and down on the Dow which pulled off a gain of one hundred points and close to twenty five thousand five seventy nine the S. and P. five hundred was in the green with a gain of seven points to close at two thousand eight forty seven the nasdaq and the session down seven points to close at seven thousand seven sixty six at the closing bell goal was at one thousand five thirty three thirty an ounce up five dollars and fifty cents crude oil down fifty four cents to fifty four sixty nine a barrel sign up to receive our free weekly report at S. T. A. wealth dot com Astros opening the four game series in open against the eighties tonight will the action right here on K. T. R. H. pregame coverage starts at eight first pitch is at nine oh seven news on demand at K. T. R. H. dot com our next update at six thirty now more of the Michael berry show I'm Corey Olson on Houston's news weather and traffic station newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. it's that.

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Co-owner, ex-employee of pharmacy in U.S. meningitis outbreak acquitted

Real Estate Buzz with Mary Ann Cadorna

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Co-owner, ex-employee of pharmacy in U.S. meningitis outbreak acquitted

"Fourteen owners and workers at the New England compounding center were charged in twenty fourteen for the meningitis outbreak from contaminated vials of medicine that killed at least one hundred people, according to prosecutors and sick and nearly eight hundred others although one of the company's owners and the supervisory pharmacists are still serving prison sentences. A federal judge in Boston has just thrown out the convictions of part owner Gregory nuclear, oh, and operations director Sharon Carter, they'd been found guilty of defrauding, the food and Drug administration by posing a pharmacy and not a drug manufacturer, but the judge found that the oversight regulations didn't exist at the time. So the convictions were legally impossible. He says prosecutors can

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Co-owner, ex-employee of pharmacy in U.S. meningitis outbreak acquitted

Josh's Trail with Elder Dr. Levon Yuille

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Co-owner, ex-employee of pharmacy in U.S. meningitis outbreak acquitted

"A federal judge has overturned the convictions of former owner ended employee of the Massachusetts pharmacy that caused a nationwide. Meningitis outbreak fourteen owners and workers at the New England compounding center were charged in two thousand fourteen for the meningitis outbreak from contaminated vials of medicine that killed at least one hundred people, according to prosecutors and sick and nearly eight hundred others although one of the company's owners and the supervisory pharmacists are still serving prison sentences. A federal judge in Boston has just thrown out the convictions of part owner Gregory aero and operations director.

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"operations director" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

14:40 min | 2 years ago

"operations director" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"George Noory with you. Let me introduce Glenn roads. Now, the national operations director for the task force a national and homeland security he has an MBA degree with an emphasis on aerospace management. He is also an expert in grass roots, social activism and currently advocating for grid resiliency with Peter pry, whom you've just heard he's a founder of the Colorado nano-tech initiative Glenn spent thirty years at Martin Marietta, Lockheed, Martin Home Depot best buy, Lowe's, Jefferson County, government and state initiatives in various positions as well. Glenn will be with us next hour as well to take your phone calls about EMP's and solar flares, and he was with me back in October of two thousand seventeen where we were talking about this in Glen, I I've gotta tell you. I cannot think of a more important subject than protecting our power grid. No, absolutely. Absolutely, george. This is the most important thing that we could ever do it. It concerns national security and by the way back in April twenty fifth of two thousand sixteen GO a published a report that concluded the DHS apartment. Homeland security the DOD in conjunction with the industry of not established a coordinated approach to a dentist and implementing key risk management activities to address the MP threats. So this government and the White House executive order like Peter was saying before by the way, Peter I it just amazes me. How this guy travels around you know, he's up in Toronto Canada. He's going to be driving back. We've got to pray for Peter safety because it's a long road back to the US. But the guy is just a workhorse, and he's just really helping the country, and we just don't give them enough credit. I think to to the new tasks that he's doing to advocate for good resiliency. But I think that the Peter underlying. The fact that the executive order. George. I think one of the most important things that happened, and we had a space weather conference here couple of weeks ago here in boulder, one of the most important things that happened was that Bill Murtaugh who is addressing the people in the guard sake. We were talked. He talked about how the fact that. This is the first time that we've put the space weather factor with the nuclear hamp high-altitude factor because up until that point George because our government so compartmentalized, you know. The the scientists space weather guys, we're kind of focusing in on how to get early warning for corona suggestions to make sure that we, you know, get adequate notification to two airlines into our companies that hopefully we can power down the grid withstanding approach, but they weren't allowed to talk or very little allowed to to to communicate with the with the scientists that will work in the DOD stuff. So this executive order ties in both groups to bring them together, which is really monumental. And I feel that it's going to be very positive thing for the country to take the next step. Yeah. Glen, I took four of my six grandchildren out to dinner tonight and one of them. She's nineteen years old said Papa what's the show on tonight? And I you know, I told her about this in and you want to do it where you don't scare because one of them seven years old. And you don't wanna scare the living daylights out of them. But you look at them, and you go this is why we do what we do. Yes. That's that's exactly right and Peter. He has so much information on the bad stuff that can happen when we got together. Peter said, Peter you continue to talk to people about because you need to tell people about how horrible consequences are allow me to try to get maybe a more positive spin. And I think everybody including Peter really realizes that that we can solve this. We don't have to stick our head in the sand and say, oh my gosh. The thing is just totally out of control, George. We can put a positive spin on young people that are going up. It's just a matter of, you know, sticking with it making sure that the scientists start talking to the engineers because one of the things that. One of the engineers, actually, mentors me. He just said Glen that the amazing thing is that we have to get to the point where the scientists can can now start extrapolating data to the engineers where now we can start saying, hey, what what do we take the theories of the electromagnetic spectrum and now translated to how engineers can protect the grid, and we're kind of at that at that point right now. And that juncture we have to be able to in the words of a lot of engineers, and I talked to we have to be able to test to failure. Because you know, you can put a lot of stuff and a lot of theories in science and everything even even when we go on space, exploratory missions to say, hey, this is going to happen. But until we actually test some of these theories and actually apply physics to him and apply physical, Connecticut factors to these things. We'll never really know. And that's what's really hindering. Because how when's the last time we ever had an nuclear MP go off, you know. I mean, we're able to extrapolate some data from the kernel message actions in South Africa, and how they burn up transformers. But the problem that we have in the problem that I have in education. People is engineers will tell us what Glenn those those electrical transformers will survive. And I said, you can't say that because guess what we've never really tested a three hundred or four hundred transformer under an e one, and and various examples and various yields of what anyone could do to a transformer because you know, how many people have a three hundred or four hundred ten transformer to blow up, but we have to get to that point where we're gonna be able to physically test failure, different components and systems. And like, I was telling you before you know, when when we're here in Colorado when I go out and advocate for good resiliency. People always say, hey, Glenn will solar panel work. We'll solar panel system work, and we almost had some some daylight where the where we had a government program where we're gonna chest some solar panels down Jackson and cheering and Colorado Springs. And all of a sudden they pulled the rug out from under us, and we couldn't do that. And and so I have to say with all honesty, we have never had a government program to see how resilient, you know, solar panel systems are because we've never had we've never crossed that threshold, and we have to do that. Now, there's some companies like so lark, which is a solar company that has gotten some some data that says that we can do that. But George we have snake oil salesmen, coming I get people all the time saying, hey, this thing will work, and and then I send it to Arthur, Bradley, who's up at Langley. He's a scientist up there. And he said Glen, you just sold sold me a box of sand doesn't work. Yeah. I pulled that thing open. There's nothing there. So sure we just have to be continued to be persevere. Absolutely glenn. We're going to call you back at the top of the hour. You're going to take phone calls with us. So you stand by for that. And we will do that very special guest. Glenn roads. We'll take calls with you next hour. Now, let me introduce you to Tommy Waller vice president for special projects at the center for security policy. Tommy comes to the Senate with more than sixteen years as an infantry officer expeditionary ground reconnaissance officer in the Marine Corps and service spending multiple deployments enough ghanistan Iraq Africa and South America is formal education includes numerous military schools and colleges a bachelor's degree in international relations from two lane university and executive education and high stakes negotiation from the warden school of business. Tommy, thank you for serving by the way. Really appreciate what you've done for our country. George. I appreciate it. You know reminds me folks, often thanked me for my service. And you know, what I wanna do is just illustrate for your listeners value of the service of those that keep the lights on, you know. All. Testify before the Texas Senate this month on this topic. And and I mentioned that you know, the folks that work in the Electric Industry that are actually motivated to protect that industry against all hazards, including EMT do more than I will ever do in uniform for the American people. And I think that's probably what you're feeling when you're with your family members at dinner, and you're looking at your grandkids and thinking about the the prospect of losing that grid the service provided by those who can keep it going. Absolutely tell me how did you get involved in this? Well, billion job is with the center for security policy as you mentioned and one of the efforts at the center for security policy has had over the past decade is to reinforce the work that national heroes like Dr Peter pry have been doing to secure our nation's grid against all hazards. And so my boss Frank Gaffney began what's known as the secure the grid coalition back in two thousand ten just as a sponsor organization sponsors, this broad coalition of national security experts. Of course, Dr prize, one of the key most senior leaders of that coalition. It's so it's my job on the country to educate people about this important topic really a topic that I was not indicated on as a member of the military. You know, the time that I spent on active duty, you know, the the subject of EMP was not one that was brought to my attention. And so it's been my. Privilege to go all around the country and to start working on getting the next generation educated on this immensely important topic and mobilized to address it. Well, I begin to learn about this from f Michael Maluku in William force chin, those two individuals our heroes as far as I'm concerned for coming to the forefront with their research and their books on the powers and the dangers of EMP or solar flares, and you know, prior to that Tommy, you know, I wasn't into it as much as I am now. Now, I'm obsessed with trying to get the grit fix. I'm doing what I can media wise what you folks doing politically to get this done. George. What's your doing is of immense value? I mean Americans need to hear about this. And in terms like EMP need to be calm. More of a, you know, a household term, unless they, you know, hey, will your a Kim foil hat person or your quote apocalyptic trapper, you know, the more people we can have in media that are that are speaking the truth about this the better. So we thank you for that. What took president's so long to do what finally President Donald Trump did? And that was signed his order to say, let's think about getting this done, folks. So I think that President Trump is a hero for dressing. This is a big problem. This is not an easy problem to fix. And that's that's something that the president. You know, he he refuses to kick the can down the road. I remember back in may two thousand fifteen then candidates all we had the the opportunity to brief him on this. Dr pry was the primary briefer for candidate Trump. We we took the opportunity to educate as many presidential candidates. As would listen to to, you know, most important national security topics that we considered a candidate ought to be aware of. And this, of course, is one of them Dr. Candidate Trump about this. And he committed to addressing it. And this is a man who keeps his promises, you know. And so I think it just took a go getter to be a spot to go after this really really tough problem. So as Dr probably mentioned, I pray that the people in government. We'll work hard to do their jobs could begin actually securing this grit. There are many civil servants in government that wants to do the right thing. And so this executive order now gives them top cover that. They can do it did all the candidates time seem willing to listen about this. Many of them. Did you know, we Dr Ben Carson, and he mmediately was with Dr Carson still is, you know, a very concerned about this topic. So at least the candidates that that were involved in our national security action summit, we did four of them before the election really just as an educational opportunity for candidates, and for all the people who are going to be voting for next president, you know, and I would say that they were open to this. But you know, they were I was kind of scratching my head, you know, nothing against Jeb Bush. But I remember, you know, he didn't participate in our summit. But I remember having one of our coalition members at a at a town hall event asked the question about the MP, you know, and and and Mr Bush mentioned I hadn't heard of this until just recently, and I'm thinking to myself, this is the brother of the. The president the former president of the United States America. How has he never heard of the? And former governor of a state of a state. Right. Exactly. So this is this is the thing that our mission is is working so hard to do is to really bring this very real topic to the people who need to note, which predominantly is the American people, and of course, their policy makers that they elect Mike concern Tommy is that something happens before we get the grid protected..

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"operations director" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

13:01 min | 2 years ago

"operations director" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. Let me introduce Glenn roads. Now, the national operations director for the task force on national and homeland security. He has an MBA degree with an emphasis on aerospace management. He is also an expert in grass roots, social activism and currently advocating for grid resiliency with Peter pry, whom you've just heard he's a founder of the Colorado nano-tech initiative Glenn spent thirty years at Martin Marietta Lockheed, Martin Home Depot best buy Lowe's, Jefferson County government than state initiatives in various positions as well. Glenn will be with us next hour as well to take your phone calls about EMP's and solar flares, and he was with me back in October of two thousand seventeen where we were talking about this in Glen, I I've gotta tell you. I cannot think of a more important subject than protecting our power grid. No, absolutely. Absolutely, george. This is the most important thing that we could ever do it. It concerns the national security and by the way back in April twenty fifth of two thousand sixteen GO a published a report that concluded the DHS apartment. Homeland security the DOD in conjunction with the industry of not established a coordinated approach to a dentist and implementing key risk management activities to address the MP threats. So this government and the White House executive order like Peter was saying before by the way, Peter I it just amazes me. How this guy travels around you know, he's up in Toronto Canada. He's going to be driving back. We gotta pray for Peter safety because it's a long road back to the US. But the guy is just a workhorse, and he's just really helping the country, and we just don't give them enough credit. I think to to the numerous tasks he's doing to advocate for good resilience. But I think that the Peter. Underline the fact that the executive order. George. I think one of the most important things that happened, and we had a space weather conference here couple of weeks ago here in boulder, one of the most important things. I saw that happened was that Bill Murtaugh who is addressing the people in the guard sig we were talked. He talked about how the fact that this the first time that we put the space weather factor with the nuclear hemp high-altitude factor because up until that point is, you know, George because our government is so compartmentalized, you know. The the scientists space weather guys, we're kind of focusing in on how to get early warning for Koroma suggestions to make sure that we, you know, get adequate notification to two airlines into our companies that hopefully we could down the grid northe- withstanding approach, but they weren't allowed to talk or or very little allowed to to to communicate with the with the scientists that will work in the DOD stuff. So this executive order ties in both groups to bring them together, which is really monumental. And I feel that it's going to be very positive thing for the country to take the next step Glenn. I took four of my six grandchildren out to dinner tonight and one of them. She's nineteen years old said Papa what's the show on tonight? And I you know, I told her about this in you wanna do it where you don't scare because one of them seven years old. Oh, yeah. And you don't wanna scare the living daylights out of them. But you look at them, and you go this is why we do what we do. Yes. That's that's exactly right and Peter. He has so much information on the bad stuff that can happen when we got together here. We just said, you know, Peter, you continue to talk to people about 'cause you need to tell people about how horrible the consequences are allow me to try to get maybe a more positive spin. And I think everybody including Peter really realizes that that we can solve this. We don't have to stick our head in the sand and say, oh my gosh. The thing is just totally out of control, George. We can put a positive spin on young people that are going up. It's just a matter of, you know, sticking with it making sure that the scientists start talking to the engineers because one of the things that. One of the engineers that actually mentors me. He just said Glen that the amazing thing is that we have to get to the point where the scientists can can now start extrapolating data to the engineers where now we can start saying, hey, what what are we take the theories of the electromagnetic spectrum and now translated to how engineers can protect the grid, and we're kind of at that at that point right now. And that juncture we have to be able to in the words of a lot of engineers that I talked to we have to be able to test to failure. Because you know, you can put a lot of stuff and a lot of theories in science and everything even even when we go on space, exploratory missions to say, hey, this is going to happen. But until we actually test some of these theories and actually apply physics to him and apply physical, Connecticut factors to these things. We'll never really know. And that's what's really hindering. Because how when's the last time we ever had an nuclear MP go off, you know. I mean, we're able to extrapolate some data from the kernel message actions in South Africa, and how they burn up transformers. But the problem that we have in the problem that I have an educated people is engineers will tell us what Glenn those those electrical transformers will survive. And I said, you can't say that because guess what we've never really tested a three hundred or four hundred time transformer under an e one, and and various sects example. So and various yields of what anyone could do to a transformer because you know, how many people have at three hundred or four hundred ten transformer to blow up, but we have to get to that point where we're gonna be able to physically test failure, different components and systems. And like, I was telling you before you know, when when we're here in Colorado when I go out and advocate for good resiliency. People always say, hey, Glenn will solar panel work will solar panel system work, and we almost had some some daylight where the where we had a government program where we're going to test them solar panels down at Jackson jeering, collartoo springs, and all of a sudden they pulled the rug out from under us, and we couldn't do that. And and so I have to say with all honesty, we have never had a government program to see how resilient, you know, solar panel systems are because we've never had we've never crossed that threshold, and we have to do that. Now, there's some companies like so lark, which is a solar company that has gotten some some data that says that we can do that. But George we have snake oil salesmen coming off work. I get people all the time saying, hey, this thing will work, and and then I send it to Arthur, Bradley, who's up at Langley. He's a scientist up there. And he said Glen, you just sold sold me a box of a word. Yeah. I pulled up thing open. There's nothing there. So George we just have to be continued to be persevere. Absolutely glenn. We're going to call you back at the top of the hour. You're going to take phone calls with us. So you stand by for that in. We will do that that I bury special guest Glenn roads. We'll take calls with you next hour. Now, let me introduce you to Tommy Waller vice president for special projects at the center for security policy. Tommy comes to the center with more than sixteen years as an infantry officer expeditionary ground reconnaissance officer in the Marine Corps and service spending multiple deployments, and if ghanistan Iraq Africa, South America is formal education includes numerous military schools and colleges a bachelor's degree in international relations from to lane university and executive education and high stakes negotiation from the Wharton school of business. Tommy, thank you for serving by the way. Really appreciate what you've done for our country. George. I appreciate you know, reminds me folks, often thanked me for my service. And you know, what I wanna do is just illustrate for your listeners, the value of the service of those that keep the lights on you know, all. Testify before the Texas Senate this on this topic. And I mentioned that you know, the folks that work in the Electric Industry that are actually motivated to protect that industry against all hazards, including EMT knew more than I will ever do in uniform for the American people. And I think that's probably what you're feeling when you're with your family members at dinner, and you're looking at your grandkids and thinking about the the prospect of losing that grid the service provided by those who can keep it going is immense. Absolutely. Tell me how did you get involved in this? Well, sir. My civilian job is with the center for Harry policy, as you mentioned and one of the efforts at the center for policy has had over the past decade is to reinforce the work that national heroes like Dr Peter pry have been doing to secure our nation's grid against all hazards. And so my boss Frank Gaffney began what's known as the secure the grid coalition back in two thousand just as a sponsor, our organization sponsors, this broad coalition of national security experts. Of course, Dr prize, one of the key most senior leaders of that coalition. And so it's my job to go around the country to educate people about this important topic really a topic that I was not indicated on as a member of the military. You know, the time that I spent on active duty, you know, the the subject of EMP was not one that was brought to my attention. And so it's been my. Privilege to to go all around the country and to start working on getting the next generation educated on this immensely important topic and mobilized to address it. Well, you know, I begin to learn about this from if Michael Maluku in William force, gen those two individuals our heroes as far as I'm concerned for coming to the forefront with their research in their books on the powers and the dangers of EMP or solar flares, and you know, prior to that Tommy, you know, I wasn't into it as much as I am now. Now, I'm obsessed with trying to get the grit fix. I'm doing what I can media wise what you folks doing politically to get this done, George what you're doing is of immense value. I mean Americans need to hear about this. And in terms like EMP need to be calm. More of a, you know, a household term, unless they, you know, hey, while you're a Kim foil hat person or your qu. Quote, apocalyptic trapper, you know, the more people we can have in media that are that. Are speaking the truth about this the better. So we thank you for that, sir. What took president's so long to do what finally President Donald Trump did? And that was signed his order to say, let's think about getting this done, folks. So I think that President Trump is a hero for dressing this. This is a big problem. This is not an easy problem to fix and that that's something that the president. You know, he he refuses to kick the can down the road. I remember back in may two thousand fifteen then candidates all we had the the opportunity to brief him on this. Dr pry was the primary briefer for candidate Trump. We we took the opportunity to educate as many presidential candidates. As would listen to to to, you know, most important national security topics that we considered a candidate ought to be aware of. And of course, is one of them, Dr pry brief candidate Trump about this, and he committed, you know, it's a who addressing it. And this is a man who keeps his promises, you know. And so I think it just took a go getter to be a spot to go out. After this really really tough problem. So as Dr probably mentioned, I pray that the people in government will work hard to do their jobs to begin actually, securing this grit. There are many civil servants in government that wants to do the right thing..

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"operations director" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"operations director" Discussed on 790 KABC

"My wife. You know what we do? That's my one extravagances we eat out a lot because if she's listening. She knows she makes every dish with a little bit of hatred. It's taste. Cooking my son. And I any time she tries. Hey, I try to new pasta dish today. And here's what I hear from my son. Oh boy. And it's never and she goes. So if you don't like it, just let me know in two bites and you go. Yeah. Tommy, does it I think so that she never has to do it. Because it the percentages are nil. Just there's there's no joy. We haven't found her her dish yet. Twenty seven years have not found her dish. I'm offended. We got all these calls and all this all these people. We can't say how dare you say Christopher Plummer. We'll replace him on empire. Yeah. He's gonna play the sun with the singing career and just because he's a British British right guy. He's like the new Darren bewitched, and he'll be back because he's a star in that show. And he'll go to rehab for something to be determined at a future date and get out and be remorseful. And do the whole then you'll get a second hit on this. Then you get the remorse tour. Will you come out? And it starts I I'm here to start a conversation. Why when I was kid I got into trouble. And I never started a conversation about something. Hey, hey, mom, dad. Isn't this a teachable moment? Let's use this as an uplifting moment. Yeah. I don't think. So this was this was pretty agreed. This was this was bad. And also, look what look at the. Hey, look, how it ramped up eight on both sides and the rhetoric and again, I hate it behave when people jump in right off the bat, and they're talking out of there. You know, what they drop trial, and they don't apologize. And now they've ramped it up. They've taken it to another level. And then, of course, the other side is gone. You say we're racist. We're this look what you did. And that's agreed. So it's it's really it's sad. It's sad that he did this. But you know, he will again he'll pay. I don't know how long he'll go in for. If at all. Go interferes, lawyers will keep them out. Like, Jessica said, he'll do public service or do do something that will will teach him a lesson and mollify the public possibly an operations director, drew. Hey,.

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"operations director" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

The Community Cats Podcast

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"operations director" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast

"As we've identified those dogs, you know, as the ones we see most often in the shelter. So for ten dollars off someone who's caring for cats outside in their yard. Whether it's a colony or just a cat in their yard can come in bring the cat. They get vaccinations, the cata spayed or neutered at toot. Your tips for visual identification, and then released back to them we provide the resources for them to be able to trap the cat instructions on humanely and safely trapping. We will loan them. The trap information on how to house the cat after surgery until release and then moving forward, you know, they can take advantage of the services often as they need to. So we roll this out to the community very excited to do it quickly took on a life of its own. And we realized that in order to continue the program and grow it. We were going to need someone to handle. The coordination, the scheduling speaking to these people and also to broaden it to get out there and really provide a dialogue with folks that are in the community who may not be aware of the services that their local animal welfare organization can provide unfortunately, sometimes shelter still have that mystique in a negative way. And people caring for cats might not realize that the shelter supports them in their efforts to do. So you know, we are not the whole unquote dogcatcher we do not want to pick up their cats. In fact, we want to do everything we can to never pick up their cats. So the role in addition to scheduling, the actual surgeries and talking to the folks out there on how best to help the cats in their care is also designed to get out into the community and talk to more people about what community cats are why it is that they're they're how to appropriately care for them. When to get involved versus when to let them be and really just help people to do more. To help the cats. They already care about. It. Sounds like there's a eighty percent outreach twenty percent activity or is it more of a fifty percent outreach? Fifty percent actually out there assisting with trapping community cats in your area. I find that in this position. Sometimes you're either one hundred percent cat trapper or you're a hundred percent outreach in various sort of shades of gray..

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Adam Jones, Baltimore Orioles, helps fund Mamie Johnson Little League team's trip

Sean Hannity

03:37 min | 3 years ago

Adam Jones, Baltimore Orioles, helps fund Mamie Johnson Little League team's trip

"NBC News Radio I'm Tom Roberts the prosecution is using Paul manafort's tax preparer to build. Its case of Bank and, tax. Fraud today against President Trump's former campaign chair accountant Phillip, I live said he asked metaphor and his, top assistant Rick gates for documentation of a. One point five million dollar loan to a holdings company. He testified that they did not respond. To the request the trial is in, its fourth day, the government's July jobs report is out keeps adding. Jobs but the pace, slowed quite a. Bit last month the Labor Department reports, one hundred fifty seven thousand jobs were created in July that's, fewer than the one hundred ninety thousand analysts and. Forecasts and it's far short of. The two hundred forty eight thousand jobs created in June the unemployment, rate fell. A tenth of. A percent to three point nine percent that's Lisa Carter President Trump is again complaining about the Russia. Probe Trump spoke at a rally in Pennsylvania. Last night now we're being hindered by the Russian hoax Okay I'll tell you what Russia's very unhappy that Trump. Won that Trump said he had a great summit last month with Russian President Vladimir. Putin also yesterday Trump's national security team warned that Russia was continuing efforts to interfere in US politics police say they followed up on hundreds of, leads but don't have any new information today in the case of missing university of Iowa. Student Molly. Tibbets I would DPS investigative operations director Kevin. Winker the investigative response has not slowed down investigators from the pouch sheet county sheriff's. Office the DC I in the FBI continue to complete leads that have come in as well as valuating prioritize new leads being received every. Day Tippett's was last seen more than two weeks, ago residents of. Lynchburg Virginia are breathing easier after a major dam on the verge of collapse is now being called. Stable evacuation, orders, however remained in place whether officials confirm a tornado touchdown in queens last, night you're listening to the latest from NBC News. Radio Months before the November midterm elections Republican candidates are seeing a huge benefit from President Trump's, endorsement if you even. Have a whiff of being a never-trumper the negative effect. Has been dramatic like the double digit turnaround in the polls for Florida gubernatorial candidate. Rhonda Santa's after Trump endorsed him Trump's endorsement in Georgia is largely seen as the deciding factor in a forty point victory for the gubernatorial candidate, in a primary runoff however a Trump endorsement does not guarantee a win in the general. Election ROY. Moore in Alabama Ricksen Cohn at that house. Race in Pennsylvania both of those candidates lost but if you want on the Republican. Ticket and you're not on the Trump train you might just be down by double digits Mike Bauer NBC News Radio authorities tried to determine. Who is responsible for a crash involving a duck, boat in downtown. Boston police say an amphibious vehicle and a sedan collided yesterday afternoon near the old state house witnesses. Say the, duck, boat was turning slowly through the busy intersection and the sedan tried to, squeeze into the same lane but it got pinned Underneath, the driver of the passenger vehicle was taken to the hospital for. Evaluation little leaguers from Washington DC we'll make history this, weekend the Mamie Johnson little leaguers from southeast DC will be the first predominantly black team ever to represent the nation's capital at the. Little league mid Atlantic regionals coach Curtis banks we're so young team been around for about four years here but these may here they. Worked, so hard to get to this to this level of baseball when, the team took the, DC championship last month it was the first, time in more than thirty. Years that a team from north west Washington's wealthy neighborhoods did not win the title, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is paying homage..

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"operations director" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"operations director" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Good luck with that. You can also the football operations directors wife also knew about it. You can say she didn't tell her admire those are major. That's a major job. If you are connected to the football operations job at Ohio State, that's a big six figure job if you knew this was out there and you're connected to that job and you didn't tell her Meyer you would be fired. So to me lying negligence, I think it's a really bad look. I wasn't indictment not just on urban Meyer balance entire staff. If if they're saying that everyone's wife on the entire staff new, so then we're sending all of the wives are conspiring to not tell their husbands who work on the staff going on, but that's not even the biggest. Part of the story to me, I think everyone is missing the biggest indictment of the story that in two thousand nine, this Zach Smith guy attacked his wife who was eight to ten weeks pregnant was arrested. This is when he was coaching under him in Florida, in two thousand nine urban knew about it. And Earl, Bruce went to his grandson's wife, the woman who was assaulted and asked her to drop the charges. There's no way urban Meyer knew about this. He already admitted that he knew about it. He said it was an incidence throwing your pregnant wife up against the wall and getting arrested for it. And then having his grandfather go to her and ask her to drop, the charges is not an incident. So he knew about that and kept him on the staff after that and then brought him to stay with him. An awful look and we are more punitive and rightly so against men in power who abuse it. And this looks really, really bad. We've had coaches denies stuff Brian's fired at Baylor. Joe PA fired at Penn State, Rick Pitino denied stuff fired at Louisville. That is the trend as we have become more conscientious about situations like this and more appropriately punitive so l. urban Myers, very good and well liked Ohio State massive program. How will this play this point forward? They'll probably have an investigation, but it is a damning story in really ugly story to say the very least and there's no, there's no win there. Oh, I don't get about calling for someone's job. It's forget calling for someone's job. This is a leader of young men putting him in charge of your student athletes, knowing that this is something that he is. Is involved in, what did you think this was never going to happen again? Anyone to believe that it is like urban, but you know. I'm the athletic director today. I have a long hard talk and I don't know what I do. I I know I would there would be a suspension. I don't know. Coaches are often convincing on the Dallas there they can be so convincing. Remember, coach college coaches or salesman they are. They're all salesman Rick. Pitino sales, urban Meyer salesman. They get twenty five players every year. You got to be a salesman. Gotta go on schmooze dad make the kid think you're cool. Make the mom think you're adorable. That's what college coaches do NFL's not about being a salesman. You're in dark rooms. Watching film college coaches got a lot of actor in them. I mean, they're incredibly convincing when they go to the podium they are. I mean, Rick Patino wagons finger at ya, denial art brawls give you that Texas. Y'all deny it. I mean, Joe paternal small town, Pennsylvania deny it..

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"operations director" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"operations director" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Good luck with that. You can also the football operations directors wife also knew about it. You can say she didn't tell her admire those are major. That's a major job. If you are connected to the football operations job at Ohio State, that's a big six figure job if you knew this was out there and you're connected to that job and you didn't tell her Meyer you would be fired. So to me lying negligence, I think it's a really bad look. I wasn't indictment not just on urban Meyer balance entire staff. If if they're saying that everyone's wife on the entire staff new, so then we're sending all of the wives are conspiring to not tell their husbands who work on the staff going on, but that's not even the biggest. Part of the story to me, I think everyone is missing the biggest indictment of the story that in two thousand nine, this Zach Smith guy attacked his wife who was eight to ten weeks pregnant was arrested. This is when he was coaching under him in Florida, in two thousand nine urban knew about it. And Earl, Bruce went to his grandson's wife, the woman who was assaulted and asked her to drop the charges. There's no way urban Meyer knew about this. He already admitted that he knew about it. He said it was an incidence throwing your pregnant wife up against the wall and getting arrested for it. And then having his grandfather go to her and ask her to drop, the charges is not an incident. So he knew about that and kept him on the staff after that and then brought him to stay with him. An awful look and we are more punitive and rightly so against men in power who abuse it. And this looks really, really bad. We've had coaches denies stuff Brian's fired at Baylor. Joe PA fired at Penn State, Rick Pitino denied stuff fired at Louisville. That is the trend as we have become more conscientious about situations like this and more appropriately punitive so l. urban Myers, very good and well liked Ohio State massive program. How will this play this point forward? They'll probably have an investigation, but it is a damning story in really ugly story to say the very least and there's no, there's no win there. Oh, I don't get about calling for someone's job. It's forget calling for someone's job. This is a leader of young men putting him in charge of your student athletes, knowing that this is something that he is. Is involved in, what did you think this was never going to happen again? Anyone to believe that it is like urban, but you know. I'm the athletic director today. I have a long hard talk and I don't know what I do. I I know I would there would be a suspension. I don't know. Coaches are often convincing on the Dallas there they can be so convincing. Remember, coach college coaches or salesman they are. They're all salesman Rick. Pitino sales, urban Meyer salesman. They get twenty five players every year. You got to be a salesman. Gotta go on schmooze dad make the kid think you're cool. Make the mom think you're adorable. That's what college coaches do NFL's not about being a salesman. You're in dark rooms. Watching film college coaches got a lot of actor in them. I mean, they're incredibly convincing when they go to the podium they are. I mean, Rick Patino wagons finger at ya, denial art brawls give you that Texas. Y'all deny it. I mean, Joe paternal small town, Pennsylvania deny it..

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Chris Stewart, Senator Jim Tedesco and Michael Stuart discussed on Buck Sexton

Buck Sexton

01:45 min | 3 years ago

Chris Stewart, Senator Jim Tedesco and Michael Stuart discussed on Buck Sexton

"Ten and one zero three one w. g. y. big gathering up north way in Boston spa Senator Jim Tedesco calling for parole reform legislation to keep sexual predators who are simply. Confined from voting also wants to see the worst of. The worst violent felons kept in prison also. Went hand Regina and Michael Stuart parents of Chris Stewart who, was killed along with Deanna rivers Laviolette crash on the north way in December of two thousand. Twelve dentistry pleaded guilty to. Fifty, eight counts of the accident admitting he was drunk on drugs. And was texting behind the wheel when he rear ended the car that Stewart was driving Michael Stuart. Says the, process of opposing. Dentist ruse parole took a lot out of him and, his, wife and he. Says he favors extending the waiting period for parole hearings from two. To five years tough process to go through obviously two years is, definitely not enough time for us to regroup the efforts, to move into five years of be so much more beneficial, to victims, and their families Reform measures that. Tedesco wants have passed the Senate but if not passed the assembly, more diamonds, at the case against Nexium marketing company and self help group that was based here that some of called a cult now indicted next games president. Nancy Saltzman her daughter Lauren Clare Bronfman organizations operations director also the arrows to the Seagram's liquor empire also died of the longtime, bookkeeper for the group Cathy Russell among the charges they face a dentist theft extortion and money laundering earlier this year Nexium founder Keith Rene and smallville actress Allison Mack were indicted on charges. That included sex trafficking and forced labor several months ago. Next team announced it's suspending operations in the. Wake of the indictments while the city of Albany looks for, answers to the increase in violence more information is being shared the Albany police department is sharing. Access to new data portal. With, the public the.

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"operations director" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"operations director" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"The key things be able to get the right person to be able to offer up at the right time with the right word so that the audience the rest of the world gets to hear that this is the solution pathway should be going forward with so a lot of the training that goes on in the sims is to get the subject matter experts who are who are in training to become subject matter experts in part of that is the soft skills of being able to convey the fought that are in their heads they have to if there's a problem they can't keep it to themselves everyone no he's and part of our job is flight director says the flesh that out okay let's see if we can get to the nuts and bolts of what you really are thinking and where the problems are so that we can get the right decisions on the table so it seems like a lot of the job is at the very least asking the right questions yes the right question is questions are very very powerful tool yes i agree with you so then what's the you've sat in as a capcom you set in huntsville and now you're sitting as flight director what are some of the main differences how you approach sitting in the room based on the job that you're that you have the best answer is whenever you're working on a team you have to understand the function that you were fulfilling on that team so that you can contribute for the greater betterment of the team so as a pod for instance i knew that i was contributing in the payload operations arena utilization activities but also helping the flight director understand the privatizations and how much crew tom am i going to need to fix this problem now so if i'm asking for resources from the greater global team i should be able to express that as a pilot operations director in a similar sense as a flight director now i'm asking people to speak to me in the inverse speak to me in terms of what they need where the programs priorities fit in over all decision matrix and of course we are doing this negotiation this exploration of.

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"operations director" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"operations director" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"The national grind of the postflight mechanism was what drove my weeks months after that plus the recovery the typical the postflight physical therapy recovery type stuff but probably what's more important is that leads into what do you do next and that's really all the astronauts get back into the mode of supporting ongoing operations or future operations and at some point it was like maybe i can go over to huntsville and become a payload obsta rector and to learn about their environment to help the communications with houston to meld the two communities together to be even better for space station and that's what that's all that came about so was that your introduction to operations was was the huntsville at so during expedition three i was on console capcom okay so come on this despite that i would argue that since the time i was commissioned in one's in flying i've been doing real time operations might their life so that's my taken that's my argument in terms of specific space operations the the pale it operates payload operations director ship was putting me on console for sure so you must've enjoyed it then because yeah because eventually you you you're talking about what's next right and that's that that element and flight directing was apparently on the table right so it was but it was a surprise unto itself really so i was travelling to huntsville for three and a half years doing the the pod thing and it was in march of two thousand.

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"operations director" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"operations director" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"You seems like you were almost seeking the challenge you're like yeah i want to do that this is going to be hard but that's something that i want to do if something's broken and you can go fix it you know that you'll you'll learn a ton you'll grow a lot from that all right i love this idea of persistence of even if it's hard you someone's got to do it and i think i can do it i'm going to challenge myself and improved my skills to get to that point very cool dana thanks so much for coming on and telling your story and and really inspiring this idea of persistent so i'm pretty you coming on thank you very much okay that was dana weigel talking about her journey and her current role is a leader in the international space station program so jenny who do we have next so next we have ginger kerrick she's from the flight operations director and she's currently the chief of the flight integration division okay through the wormhole we go ginger thank you so much for coming onto podcast today to talk about your story thanks for having me of course so kinda wanted to start from the beginning just kind of kind of establish the baseline of how you i even got into i guess your interest in nasa but just stem in general what was the what was the inspiration there oh sure i used to check out books from the library every friday and i brought home one book when i was five years old called a strana me and astronauts and i read that book cover to cover and proudly went into the living room and proclaimed a my parents gave early on no what i needed to do for the rest of my life and i i absolutely needed to be an astronaut.

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"operations director" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"operations director" Discussed on The Editors

"I mean that's been true for really longtime now granted know these are the private media sources at you know it's a diverse in its a free marketplace but you know there was a convergence there was a set of views that one has when your views are refracted through a couple of world capitals now the united states finds itself on the receiving end of information operations it is not just from the russians there was also a very big information operation about how xi jinping is now the new leader of free trade he is this new persons there's been an information operation about how misleading people about justin trudeau i mean this is something that is just a reality that is shaping our domestic politics in all sorts of ways the idea that we can coordinate ourselves off from this is crazy and as the world we're moving to a world where china in by some standards or to does we'll have a larger economy than we do we are this is not going to stop here so the thing is how vulnerable are we to what extent we turn on each other in response to these things that's the real on her ability my own theory of the kind of trolling operations the information operations director at the us is that they were directed at the media they were designed to convince people in the media that actually this whole wave in the country is a wave driven by crazy a racist crypto fascists that was extremely effective and i do think that it actually shape the coverage of the election what was the upshot of that is that something that helped trumper clinton it's actually kind of interesting an ambiguous how it affected things i don't think that you can't really par set up what i do know is that if republicans fare better than we expect them to in 2018 it will be attributed to the russians.

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"operations director" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"operations director" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"That they like leaded riot for baby a day with two doctor no no no not everybody at nasa art our doctors and so and then i kind of learned about how diverse the workforce is not only from an engineering standpoint but in the levels of education standpoint and how they came together as a team definitely so is that where you transition into to where you did you transition to propulsion or did you kind of go into something else when you went fulltime also um so pyros or palm so uh what i did so i did pyrotechnics for my first tour and then my second tour was uh and the uh trajectory operations and while it was then the mission operations director now it's i believe the flight operations directorate and a changes yeah the hague chains and then uh the third coop tower was spent and uh uh aircraft operations director which i believe has also changed now as though i was looking at more atmospheric flight and then the final one was indeed a systems tests branch and my current division which is the crew and thermal systems division and so and we of the division spicer uh kind of focuses on life support systems and uh life support for the astronauts and support for the crew and so um after i did my uh final tour um in the current thermal systems division i was given a job offer once i returned to school and um now the rest is history of spent uh pretty much my whole career in the same division but i switched branches within their so i see i went to the uh extravehicular activity tools i went and i worked on uh the tools for a hubble space telescope and then i moved to um rcc plug repair reinforce carbon carbon which is the uh uh material that the the tiles are made of the um while the shuttle is now retired but the leading edge of the wing of the shuttle and repair tools for that and then um i moved to uh space suits and then right now i'm in life support system so uh environmental control lifesupport systems see now you're just bragging hear all over the place him he's so he started with.

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"operations director" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

The MFCEO Project

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"operations director" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

"Do his title again he's the i africa we say that he's the head marketing director for performance our our operations director something but uh i mean he's in line to be the ceo he's he's a guy nights he's the guy right so anyway uh you know he's i mean over the top apologetic you know let me know that they're on it they're taking care of it um i mean it you could tell he was look legitimately embarrass the you know what i'm saying yeah and i i just wanted to share that story tall you guys for entrepreneurship aspect at for two reasons one when your company fox up and does something wrong you as the c o or the main guy or the guy you're not too big ever to pick up the fucking phone a call customer i was blown away i couldn't believe it you know what i mean yeah second of all as a business owner it is your job to resolve issues like that went neat when when they arise so i just thought that was fucking amazing that he called up and and basically gave me his word that it was going to be taken care of immediately and i i just thought it was an excellent example of how to handle a disgruntled customer customers pissed off your we've talked about this podcast before but rarely have i had that actually i rarely ever seen happen yo usually when you have a big company you're dealing with you know they don't go fuck about you know what i mean they're they're they're above you they don't care if you a problem will the fuck you know what i mean and i just thought that was amazing that he are that he pick up the phone call me personally to talk about it and i i mean that's what i wanted to tell the story as an example of how the right way to handle shit is you know what i mean arm.

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"operations director" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"operations director" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Now we really don't sell traditional online courses we sal have the amounts of consulting and at this point the newest idea that we've been able to implement over the the last few months has been building at a team of coaches because i saw in my business that it wasn't until i really hit you to land ahlers roughly a year in revenue that i had the opportunity to hire and operations director a digital marketing director that i had the opportunity to really higher key positions that took the weight off of me but i recognize that i could build out a team that could on a very parttime basis bill those positions for studio owners that had one or just to studios that didn't need hundred twenty thousand dollar a year operations director possession so we spent the last few months um building out this team gradually felling at and now you're by the end of the year were sitting at a staff of roughly six fulltime in our business and about another eat part time uh which is leading us just serve people on such a deeper level and it's also serving our clients because as they worked with us and their businesses develop we have to meet bam at different levels of their business we got a meet them as that distace expands and grows in furnish and just remember that quote that every master was a disaster so you're hearing lisa in talking about this team the she's developed which they didn't get there overnight i mean it was one step at a time growing out the team that's going to serve you this conserve your clients is going to serve your business and your life it takes a step by step process but you can speed the process up and eliminates the simple mistakes by learning from people like lisa like myself like others who have done it successfully over and over and over again now lisa whistle one take away you want to make sure our listeners kind of understands from that aha moment the you had about teams.

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"operations director" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"operations director" Discussed on Outside the Lines

"Will breaking news ncaa handed down the ruling on the louisville escorts for recruits scandal it's been four your or the decision as four years probation for the university and head men's basketball coach rick pitino suspended for the first five acc games of the two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen season for failing to properly monitor former basketball operations director andrei mcgee now mcghee is banned from the nc atletic duties for ten years louisville also has to vacate basketball records while in eligible students participated there was no word at this point on how this could affect their two thousand thirteen title of your member the story in two thousand fifteen selfdescribed madam katina powell said she was paid by mcgee supply dancers who had sex with recruits n players at parties and this was in and on campus dorm between two thousand ten and two thousand fourteen now recently just a little while ago rick pitino spoke about the decision for thirty five years i've had a lot of faith in ent aa have reacted that way accordingly as basketball coach in the belief of the rules of thought in the recent past eight made some great adjustments to the rules that have helped players love the way i feel like everybody he had not always unjust unfair over the tops severe but i've lost personally had lost a lot of faith in the nc aa and everything i stood fourth unless thirty five years with what they just did we are devastated by the news we are all of us are.

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