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"vicki wilson" Discussed on Rafa Outsystems – Podcast
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"vicki wilson" Discussed on Comments By Celebs
"Bravo has to be on top of that at all times to make sure that they're not either contributing to a false narrative or just like promoting a shitty brand product. So it's just interesting because I probably think that they didn't think this would be such an issue in the beginning but now. The women used the show as such a platform to create and promote their businesses that. It becomes such a part of the show that they have to be careful. My mind cannot stop going. Obviously, we won't have a whole discussion on this. What we'd really has new next. So because even just think about like a Vicki Wilson Koto Insurance, which is company that she had before housewives she had it. housewives, not the reason for quotas success verses cut fitness Tamra. Nothing. If the show is reason for success at all, however, the show played such a part in. You know that was at the center of so many episodes, kind of like her building in her starting at whole business. So that is such an interesting. We should guy with Danny Pellegrino or someone who so now Jeff, we should all do intense research, analyze it because I am so interested in in the monetary aspect of it right and also the hypotheticals not saying at all that this is true but hypothetically, Nikki was scamming people for Insurance or tamper started the CBD line she had a poisonous product or it wasn't fully like certified FDA. If they're if they're pumping this product on the show every week to millions of viewers and on social media on Japanese live, and then it comes out that something is wrong with it. That is really a tough position for them to be. It's a specifically tough position if they're profiting from it free. not great but also not flu I will if they get are getting a cut it men, that's a huge issue I. Don't know we should let's let's research and then come back because that's fucking talk about. Inside, or you're interested let us know because that could be really fun. This is a message that I very firmly believe in, which is that we deserve better than having to choose between either cheap disposable razors or overprice brands which. You know like I don't need to tell you but you know what happens with that it's razor burn is just a very poor shave, which is not the case with the Athena Club Razor. So this razors expertly designed with the sharpest patented blaze on the market and something that I think is incredibly unique is that they have these one of a kind lease that are enhanced with a revolutionary water acted serum that has shea butter and highly onic acid. So. I mean for me a gas..
"vicki wilson" Discussed on Taking Care in Business
"This is taking care in business. A podcast dives into the topic of corporate social responsibility from many different perspectives host Kathy. Potty Hayes is an expert in CS armed philanthropic giving and her co host. Vicki Wilson is the founder and CEO of Bulletin Group A unified marketing company. That was also the first B. Corp Certified Company in Indiana Cathy. Vicky became friends and equally passionate about CSSR when they first worked together several years ago. Join them as they talk about why. It is always worthwhile to take care in business morning. Vicky Hey Kathy how are you good? I just came you person. Well I see you and you look gorgeous this morning. What we're at an appropriate distance. Right we are. We are doing something highly unusual for taking care of business cathy. An Iron Zoom. So we're looking at each other and we have our guest From her home and our producer in the studio so we apologize in advance. If the sound is a little off. But I'm sure everybody understands. They also hope that by the time people listen to this. They're not listening from their homes. You know right right exactly yeah. These are definitely strange. Strange Times and When we were together in person the last time working on the podcast. I think neither one of us would have been able to even fathom everything that's happened Over the past month I know it's it's it's it's surreal honestly and trying to just so that we are putting out content I don't know if everybody's noticed but we've been calling out people in the community who are doing great things to continue to take care of business. Some of them are former guests and some of them are just things. We've noticed that you know really catch our eye so I yeah it's been it's been fun it's you know it's to see everybody. Kinda come together and There was a great article that I read yesterday. That talked about. What do we do? Now you know. What can we learn from this experience and I hope that people will really take heart and think about that and thinking about the positives that came out of it and you're able to move forward it in a in a great way not just professionally personally. Well Yeah I agree. I agree while in the show must go on right. Yep The show on yeah I know so. He went the next guest yes. I won't give us our next guest so Did you that. There are roughly seven thousand recognized languages around the world. Did you know that? Yeah I know. And that's pretty staggering considering that there are only one hundred ninety six countries in the world so roughly one hundred fifty to two hundred languages are spoken by more than a million people. Conversely there are Around forty six languages that only have a single speaker Asia alone. There are two thousand two hundred ninety four languages spoken in Africa. Two thousand one hundred. Forty four the America's one thousand sixty one and you're up with two hundred eighty seven languages so with globalization our world has continue to get smaller and conversely are need to communicate and understand. Each other has gotten larger so we all know with translation software and that's made things exponentially better right but sometimes understanding one another really relies on a one on one approach so today we have our guest.
"vicki wilson" Discussed on Taking Care in Business
"This is taking care in business. A podcast dives into the topic of corporate social responsibility from many different perspectives host Kathy. Potty Hayes is an expert in CS armed philanthropic giving and her co host. Vicki Wilson is the founder and CEO of Bulletin Group A unified marketing company. That was also the first B. Corp Certified Company in Indiana Cathy. Vicky became friends and equally passionate about CSSR when they first worked together several years ago. Join them as they talk about why it is always worthwhile to take care in business. Hey Kathy hey good morning how are you laughing? And why is that holy smokes? Can you read that thing over there? I can I can. Oh My Gosh. I mean she has got her intro in. About thirty six point font. That's right why I wanted to make her to get it right. I'm a slave to these little readers so I have to take them wherever I can and then I'm nervous if I forget him so the problem is you're plugging the readers on and now it's going to be messed up. You know exactly exactly. Well who do we have coming? I'm so excited Ed so I have a friend who I had the opportunity to hear. Speak at a recent Nabo luncheon and At the course of that she mentioned her mom and then I had an opportunity to meet her mom and so her mom. Evelyn Magli is our guest today and Evelyn is just very cool. She made history as the first African American woman to ever own a male professional sports league in the United States so Evelyn and her husband who is a retired NBA player. David Magli our the founders of the basketball league and that's a newly formed minor professional basketball league which acquired the North American Premier Basketball League. Very cool yes and so The Basketball League is really much So much in line with what we talk about here..
"vicki wilson" Discussed on Taking Care in Business
"This is taking care in business. A podcast dives into the topic of corporate social responsibility from many different perspectives host Kathy. Potty Hayes is an expert in CS armed philanthropic giving and her co host. Vicki Wilson is the founder and CEO of Bulletin Group A unified marketing company. That was also the first B. Corp Certified Company in Indiana Cathy. Vicky became friends and equally passionate about CSSR when they first worked together several years ago. Join them as they talk about why it is always worthwhile to take care in business. Hey Hey Cathy. How're you great? How about you? I'm I'm doing really well. I'm going to jump right into a topic. That is It's it goes along with. Who were interviewing today? Okay do you know a lot about carbon emissions? Do I know a lot about it? No I don't know a lot about me neither. But it's you know when we were doing the core certification at talked about that and so I I'm just super excited to talk to our guest today because I'm hoping he will help. Educate me a little but in doing some research For writing his intro. I realized That do you know that each gallon of heating oil produces more than twenty two pounds of carbon emissions? I did not know that doesn't that sound. Like sounds. Sounds like a lot and that propane produces just over twelve pounds per gallon of fuel so I know like many Americans that I believe. Climate change is a growing problem. I do too okay. The needs to be addressed and so I think many companies are trying to figure out what we can do. Now for each gallon of heating oil propane. A new division of Shipley Energy called harmony fuels will buy the equivalent number of pounds of carbon offsets from the certified green energy projects. Wow because so just like you have to kind of think about what I'm saying. So this company's goal is to neutralize fifty six billion pounds of carbon that will be emitted from twelve million homes and they're from there in the area of Maryland to me And so they're trying to do that this winter. That's sounds phenomenal okay. Now it sounds even more phenomenal when I swear to give it some context this would be equal to taking four point. Five million cars off the road. Oh my I I know. I'm just blown away and for reference. Every two hundred twenty gallon. Delivery of heating oil puts out as much carbon is driving round trip from from Philadelphia to ally so for the customer. The cost of purchasing carbon offsets along with home heating oil is expected to be equal to or lower than average prices. They are used to paying which I think is cool because I kept thinking. Well this is certainly gonNa cost the customer a lot more money. But what harmony fuels is doing is a first of its kind carbon neutral energy project and today we have the president of harmony fuels His name is Steve. Downie and harmony fuels has spent the last few years listening to the needs and concerns of their customers and with rising global temperatures extreme weather events and other indicators of changes in the environment more individuals are becoming aware of their environmental impact. I know I'm going to enjoy hearing. How the service works why. Fourth Generation Family owned energy company is investing in sustainable energy sources including wind solar methane sequestering. And the like So Welcome Steve. Thank you thanks for having me yes. That's wonderful. So how did this all come about this get started yes so we have So Shipley Energy. It's been in business. For Ninety Years we're Kinda constantly on the forefront of innovation and It's Kinda in our DNA and we had a we. We have another subsidiary that we have We purchased four or five years ago and we were sitting in a board meeting. One time discussing Different options and different offers. We can Have for that one. And one of the board members mentioned you know what about the idea of A sustainable product or a You know carbon-neutral version and we started and we really liked the idea. We think it's you know. We want to be leaders in the space. We don't WanNa be followers and You know we believe that climate change is real and you know. We are fuels company. You know where the amid. But you know we believe. Climate change is real and we think that You know being leaders and re being responsible. You know encourages US and To in you know investigate and look at it more and so we started surveying customers about three years ago and you know the response was Better than we.
"vicki wilson" Discussed on Taking Care in Business
"This is taking care in business. A podcast dives into the topic of corporate social responsibility from many different perspectives host Kathy. Potty Hayes is an expert in CS armed philanthropic giving and her co host. Vicki Wilson is the founder and CEO of Bulletin Group A unified marketing company. That was also the first B. Corp Certified Company in Indiana Cathy. Vicky became friends and equally passionate about CSSR when they first worked together several years ago. Join them as they talk about why it is always worthwhile to take care in business. Hey Cathy how're you doing? I'm good how about you I am. I'm doing really well and I was writing our intro for our guest today and I noticed something that I didn't even talk to him about some anxious to talk to him about he Only is because certified but they are one percent for the planet. Yeah you know what that is right. Yeah I don't know a ton about it but I know certainly a little bit just that that These are companies that pledge one percent and really around environmental issues. I believe I yeah I think so. I can't wait to ask Kevin about it. Yeah I know Patagonia and I think honest tea I think of the company would make sense. Yeah do that. So that's really cool. Yeah yeah well. Our guest today is a first for us Because we haven't had anyone from a court certified law firm on the show and I'm I'm excited because Kevin Kevin Christopher who started Rock Bridge Venture Law Firm in Tennessee is a delight and I think our listeners will really enjoy hearing how his background and career evolved and took him on a winding path to where he is today. It's not a completely unusual story. I mean we often here on the show. How people went to make an impact with the work they do or are running their business with the focus on the triple bottom line but Kevin has traveled around. The world dipped his toes in many areas of expertise along the way. And all of that has culminated in Rock Bridge Venture Law one of four be core certified companies and the State of Tennessee and I know that his area code had was four one five San Francisco but he's got a story about his time in San Francisco that he'll share with us the law firm's clients range from biotechs with significant Ip assets to classic to Coders in a dream they helped both individuals and companies at various stages assert and monetize their intellectual property so an invention slogans Beckham Napkin books and Songs. You name it for their corporate clients. They act as outside general counsel offering the gamut of Regulatory Securities and transactional services on a first name text. If you like no hiding behind secretaries basis and I took that company description straight from their website and as you can see even their copy on the website is a transparent and open you know way of delivering I can imagine that their client relationships are fun and engaging and if I ever need an Ip attorney you can bet. I'm going to reach out to Rock Bridge Venture Law. I mean right right. I know so. Let's welcome Kevin to the show. Hi Kevin All right. Thank you so much. That was such a complimentary introduction. I appreciate it. You're welcome. You're welcome. Well I meant that you were a delight. I loved hearing about Kind of how you you know wind did your way through life and ended up in Tennessee so Kathy couldn't join us for our conversation. So I think she'd love to hear it but I'd also left for our listeners. To hear hear hear that path you took sure sure so basically I I grew up in a single mom. Household my. My mother was an immigrant and she moved over and so she didn't have a high school degree and and so We groped some pretty poor neighborhoods And that meant being exposed to some some pretty poor influences But fortunately for me I had some Some fantastic mentors who stepped into my life In in you know various In various ways in through various institutions. And it really helped to steer me onto onto a path where I had a vision and I and I had goals and I was able to to chase those and so after After graduating from college I went abroad and I lived in central China And that's where I developed a real Earnestness to want to pursue environmental justice This was a ten ten plus years ago. Central China was super super polluted and And so there weren't many environmental protections and you saw people who exposed to some Some pretty poor And and and polluted conditions and so So I really just you know was inspired to do something impactful in that way To try and give back since so many had had invested in me To to to graduate from college to avoid streets and So I really wanted to do something. that That I felt was impactful with my life and so Doctor spending some time in China I worked for AMERICORPS WITH HABITAT Mandy Building Houses And then went to law school and so A couple months after enrolling In Law School this this thing called. The recession happened and so All those nonprofits That that I was really interested in working for those Those land trust those Environmental Justice nonprofits The the the budgets were were pretty much scraped and so There there weren't any jobs there. There weren't even really in the internships And so that was when I kind of had my my first pivot and in started to Track a renewable energy policy and then being in San Francisco. I had really need opportunities to get.
"vicki wilson" Discussed on Taking Care in Business
"This is taking care in business. A podcast dives into the topic of corporate social responsibility disability from many different perspectives host. Kathy Potty Hayes is an expert in CSSR and philanthropic giving and her co host. Vicki Wilson is the founder and CEO. Oh a Bulletin Group A unified marketing company. That was also the first B. Corp Certified Company in Indiana Cathy Vicky became friends and equally passionate about. CSR are when I worked together several years ago. Join them as they talk about why. It is always worthwhile to take care in business. Hey woman hey how's it going. I'm I'm doing great. How are you? I'm good I'm good. Yeah Yeah So. I noticed something today that I thought was cool and I don't know do you do you get imperfect imperfect produce or daily harvest or any of those. We used to do blue apron kind of like that. I think but we don't do that anymore. No okay well imperfect perfect produce an. I don't know why did this because I hate to say this but I don't oftentimes read all the emails I get from services that I subscribe to or whatever whatever but I did and at the I even scroll to the bottom and Imperfect produce now. Because what you do for those of you who don't know about that you can order fruit and vegetables and now you can order pantry. Items Dairy all kinds of things they've expanded and Order it and weekly they will deliver it to to your door and it comes in these Handy Dandy boxes that I just took good twenty or so to bring home from College College But now because I saved him because I thought what am I gonNa do with these. They let you recycle them. Oh night I know. It's like like one little thing that you can do you know and so I have twenty or thirty saved up in my garage. Quote Unquote Recycle. So now he can just put them on my front porch take him. That's really great. That kind of stresses me out with all those things. It does me too and there are times when I don't like I get so frustrated that I feel like I'm you know ordering you know organic grass Fred you know meet and then I yeah so So I was. I thought that was wonderful wonderful. That's cool that's really cool. Well I am so excited about our guest. That's coming up today. So I had the opportunity to meet her When and she was here for a conscious capitalism event a few months ago and then we even got to go to dinner afterwards? I know you told me about. Yeah so it was really fun. So she's very very cool. So let me tell you. A little bit about the company Tele Verde so Tele Verde helps global business to business organizations generate demand and accelerate sales through a combination combination of strategic data solutions marketing technology highly skilled sales professionals. They were formed in nineteen eighteen ninety four and they have been purpose driven company providing education and career opportunities for incarcerated women both while in prison yep and after release and so Using this business model Talavera has generated more than eight billion. That's be people in in revenue for its clients so our guest is Michelle Sirocco and she's the chief social responsibility officer for Tele Verde she joined Talavera in nineteen ninety nine and then held several leadership positions including chief marketing marketing officer she is a strong customer. Champion with a tireless tireless commitment to demand generation excellence and best practices she earned her. Mba from Arizona Arizona. I can't talk today guys Arizona State University where she also serves as an advisory board member for the Center for Services Leadership She holds multiple certifications from serious decisions and she is an Avid Ted Fan and recently organized and hosted Tadic's Perryville correctional which look behind the curtain of incarceration to show the potential potential that exists in giving second chances. So Michelle. Welcome are you there I hear for that makes me sound like I'm kind of important certain. Listen you read all that stuff. Well you are very important and very impressive firsthand. You're doing important work. That's for for sure I love what you guys are doing. Love it so talk a little bit. Would you mind sharing with us. I know but can you tell a little bit about the history of Talavera and how you got started. How the business model got started? Yeah so the. The company was founded that they keep that in nineteen ninety four Really it was the gentleman who was involved in in prison ministries and he felt there just wasn't enough being done to prepare the women for Re Entry back into the community unity and so he had a culture background and so he. He started the Call Center inside the Women's Correctional Facility here in Phoenix Arizona And a couple of months later later he partnered with our former. CEO and and CO CO founder Who came with a background? In technology he was a former IBM sales executive and he had built and sold a couple of computer technology businesses and when he joined he looked at the business model and Really just thought we could teach the women how to sell particularly how to sell technology that we could teach them really marketable skills and and Build a profitable business but also provide the women with Skills that would enable them to be really successful once they got out. Be Able to get Gainful employment and become Financially Independent. And he actually really because of where technology was at that point in time I am the one thousand nine hundred ninety six. We were The Internet was really a thing and y two K with upon us and he just had the vision that technology technology was going to be a great place to be. If you were in sales and just believe that the women would be able to come out and These successful in an industry that he he believed with Less likely to be discriminatory against them for their non traditional background if you were and honestly it was a brilliant vision because here we are twenty five years later and seven of our ten. Contact centers are located in women's correctional facilities Employing a Oh about seventy percent of our total workforce Providing right now we have about four hundred women who are currently incarcerated. That are working forest. Chris and then here at our corporate office about forty percent of the staff at our corporate office started their career with the company while they were incarcerated and we have people in every department at every level of the organization including thirty percent of our executive leadership team started their crews accompany while they were incarcerated. What is Ed on boarding process are hiring process? Look like when you're hiring You know people that are incarcerated. Well so It looks much the same as it would if you were hiring anybody Although we start out with their some some fundamental criteria that they have to meet through the Department of Corrections as it relates to the minimum amount of time that they have remaining in the maximum amount of time so they have to be between one and ten years under sentence and they have to have a at least a high school diploma or ged and they have to be a disciplinary free. So they have to be a A good citizen and the environment where they live And then once they meet that criteria day apply for the position and then it becomes dislike hiring hiring anybody for any any other job. They goes through Or they take a typing tasks they do a a computer. Based still assessment they interview with a team of managers at the panel interview They do a mock phone call and that scored and then we Select the top ten to twelve people out of every every pool that we have so We generally try to try to due training programs because it's the the right number And then they go through. It's a four to six week training programs That they it goes through they they often refer to it as a their boot camp But I actually like to refer to it as a mini MBA. Because it's really what we're doing that is it's keeping them everything that they know need to know to be successful in business Everything from what are all of the different departments sales marketing finance operations supply chain To the different roles managers directors vice-presidency level executives personas. And the things that matter to them so that we can enable them to have a really successful business conversation and once they've learned once they've gone through the training program then they hey Go through a kind of a side by side role modeling With a peer and then they get certified and then they're on their way to success so so this is sort of a weird question but why women why you know we have incarcerated and why why do you focus on on women so honestly in the early days. It's just happened to be. That's where we started. It started with somebody who was working with women and then we continued to expand within the facilities ladies that were relocated and so interestingly enough as we were growing as a company so was United States fascination with math incarceration and so nope. I'm as fast as we grew. The population of women in prison. Continued to grow here in Arizona I'm not sure if you're aware of this but Arizona is four in the nation incarceration so There was plenty of people to to employ and then when it came time to expand out into other other locations because we we did finally reach the space. Where we've we've employed as much as we can at the in the Zona facilities We really started to think about it should we. We look at men or other disempowered populations and As I said from the math incarceration standpoint of the things that we've really come to know and understand is The first of all women four out of five women in prison are mothers and sixty. Six percent of those children are under the age of eighteen eighteen. And so What we've found with the work that we're doing over three thousand women that have worked for us so far less than six percents RECIDIVISM Komo rate which is the rate at which people go back to prison and so we just really believe that by providing the women With the job opportunities and career opportunities communities that We can enable them to take care of their children and their families and really have a more positive impact on the the community at large because one of the differences between men and women who are incarcerated is the majority of the women when they come home their family members offers are waiting for them to come and take care of take the children back more. They really want to go and get their children back and reunite their family where it's not necessarily the same situation.
"vicki wilson" Discussed on Taking Care in Business
"This is taking care in business. A podcast dives into the topic of corporate social responsibility ability for many different perspectives host Kathy. potty Hayes is an expert in CS armed philanthropic giving and her co host. Vicki Wilson is the founder and CEO Bulletin Group A unified marketing company. That was also the first B. Corp Certified Company in Indiana Cathy Vicky became friends and equally passionate about CSSR when they first worked together several years ago join them as they talk about why it is always worthwhile to take care in Business Vicky. Hey how's it going. I'm doing when well I have a question for you. What's one of your favorite places to shop? And why definitely online I mean I can just. I hardly hardly ever go to the mall or anything anymore. I would say well. I'm really into posh mark lately. Okay and I think it's because I believe in well I like vintage clothes uh-huh and I think that being sustainable about clothing smart so an anti found some really good deals on their quayle asking you that. What's yours? Well Aw Jeez. I don't know I should have thought about that answer before I asked you. Right well I would say I really really like Nordstrom rack. Okay that's like my favorite place because I think that well I saw. It's my house. And then they also they have great customer service breath they make it really really easy to shop. Because I don't like to shop very much so I've heard a lot of people love to go to Nordstrom rack. Yeah I think If you've been there maybe people just like to go back timing and we'll you should go. There sometimes come visit me at my house. Okay we'll shopping together. That sounds good. That sounds good. Why I'm I'm so excited for our next guest who's GonNa talk a little bit about customer loyalty but I'm delighted to have allied could be on our program. I had opportunity to me the allies through a mutual friend. We had an amazing and really fun lunch. And I think we're Lynch for a couple of hours but it went by really really.
"vicki wilson" Discussed on Taking Care in Business
"This is taking care in business. A podcast dives into the topic of corporate social responsibility ability for many different perspectives host Kathy. potty Hayes is an expert in CS armed philanthropic giving and her co host. Vicki Wilson is the founder and CEO Bulletin Group A unified marketing company. That was also the first B. Corp Certified Company in Indiana Cathy Vicky became friends and equally passionate about CSSR when they first worked together several years ago join them as they talk about why it is always worthwhile to take care in business. Hey Kathy how's it going today. I'm good ed how are you. I'm great so I have a question. Okay when and where is the last place you volunteered. Oh my goodness it's GonNa make me seem seem like I don't care but I do. I'm probably second helpings. Okay Yeah I I recently volunteered. At goodwill our company was going to We usually volunteer somewhere every quarter and so we called up goodwill we said we want to do something. Tell us what to do. And it was really unique. They had hatice. Come in as a company. Just brainstorm ideas for marketing. Oh that's cool. Yeah it was really unique. We've never done that. Usually were you know doing something like planting planning trees or Working in you know cooking food or you know whatever so But that is I asked you that because I I love this mission statement. Our mission is to engage diverse communities to create vibrant public places helping people nature thrive You know What organization that belongs to I might do you think it belongs to. I'M GONNA go with keeping Annapolis Beautiful Ding Ding. Ding uh-huh there one of my favorite organizations in indy. For sure they have a whole host of activities that they engage in to help. Neighbors and nature thrive in Indianapolis. But today we're going to specifically talk about a program that many in Indianapolis participate in their custom day of service whether a company plants trees creates outdoor classrooms transforms vacant. Lots or picks up litter. Keep Indianapolis beautiful works with hundreds of companies to create a program specific to the goals and objectives of the participating companies to talk about this. We have Ashley Hanes from Keep Indianapolis Beautiful and Caroline. I'm sorry Carol pull's targeted P. U. L. S.. That's A. I had to ask her how to say that from Roche Roche. Indy is the North American headquarters of the world's largest are just biotech company and employs more than four thousand people who work together to provide insights that help people around the world manage and improve personal health conditions. So Carol is here to talk about the impact that the keeping an episode beautiful program has on the employees at Roche said they. So let's start with you ashleigh just kind of talking a little bit about keeping an episode beautiful and when and how The Custom Custom Day of service came to be all right. Well you did a really great job sharing our mission statement already Boils down to helping people in need your thrive in Indianapolis I mean. Do the variety of ways planting trees picking up litter creating green spaces. And we all do that through the work of volunteers. We have about fifteen thousand volunteers every year and Companies organizations that come out and do custody service with us are really big part of how it gets so much of our work done because has companies like Roche can bring a couple hundred people out on a single day and make a tremendous impact and that really has it's really meaningful for the people in the city in the neighborhood that were working in and accomplishing the work. That we're trying to do. So how does it work. If you WANNA custom of service well really you jus- is contact us at KABC and say hey I'm really interested in doing something with my organization to give back to the community. He really loved the work that you're doing. Seems like something that might be a good fit for us and it's a good fit for a variety of reasons. Sometimes just the sheer fact that we can handle when we kind kind of started this model of program. It was with Lily over ten years ago and we managed eight thousand of their volunteers on a single day. So sometimes it's just the fact that we can manage a lot of volunteers. Here's and we have a lot of work to do Sometimes it's that a company's mission or Sustainability Initiative really aligns aligns with the work that we do the work that we're doing and we're able to kind of help their employees out into the community to accomplish in real time. A lot of those. Those goals Inr also just able to take what an organization or a business wants to do kind of really customize that to whatever they need to do within the parameters of the work that K I be doing of course Oh so carol at your job at Roche. what what exactly is that. Because I'm guessing that it isn't it was probably in this space and it's not that you're you know an engineer or something like that that that is correct. I am the liberal arts. Major that works Rhode Way to represent professional stem So Yeah my job is I manage the corporate communications for Roshan Indianapolis and as part of that. I am really fortunate that I also get to do do all of our community relations and that includes our Roche gives back volunteerism program That involves all of our employees as well as any other Sponsorships ships or donations that we may given the community. So how many years has Roche been doing this particular program with with keeping up with beautiful. So I'm excited to I share that in two thousand twenty. It will be our tenure anniversary partnering with K. I. V. So we were already in the planning stages for that and we plan to do something a little bit more. I guess robust than what we've done in the past although what we've done in the past is fairly robust as well but I think we're looking to extend it for our tenure anniversary and maybe do something that's along the lines of a week long giving a program. Oh Neat do all four thousand employees participate. No typically said the four thousand employees about sixteen hundred of those are in the field a US So those are sales and also customer support functions About thirty three hundred or so actually work on the Indianapolis Campus and I would say that we typically have have Between two and three hundred people who come out to volunteer for the day of service It's one of those volunteer opportunities. Where the minute that it goes Out through our portal. We know within twenty four hours. We will list. Wow and we have Employees who year after year raised their hand to be team captains and we have A couple of executive administrators who year after year also offer to be kind of that hands on logistics expert for the volunteers on the site of Roche. So it's just one of those seamless events that K. I just makes so easy and enjoyable from start to finish that. It's just a shoe in in terms of wanting to do something that's both good for the community but also is a great way to engage employees. Sure so When you sit down and talk to Ashley or you're trying to put together sort of your custom day of service what are some of the goals like internally that you guys have I now I know we talk about employee engagement a lot but that can mean a lot of different things I right? We'll Roche is very committed to conserving and enhancing the neighborhoods woods where we live in Roche globally has been a leader on the Dow Sustainability Index for over a decade so environmental sustainability is a a core value. I guess you could say of Roche. And so when it comes to environmental sustainability. Were really looking at. What are ways that we can help improve proved the lives of people who live in the communities where we are and of course we also want the opportunity to be something that employees will enjoy And have an the opportunity to connect with one another and so For us because we're headquartered Just south of ninety sixth street in Marion County We looked typically weekly kind of around the surrounding neighborhoods so whether it's in Lawrence or whether it's on the Near East side those are areas that will typically look at first because we often often see need in those areas right and we wanna make sure that the communities around Roche are thriving That's very important to us to give back as locally as we can and then we also try to find places where we can have as many employees together. There are occasions with that number of employees where we have to split into different activities but we try and keep ourselves in at least one general location because it's really important for that sense of community. The employees really enjoy being able to see one another and to celebrate afterwards and really kind of reflect upon what we've accomplished and so for us us it's really about whereas the need. How does it align with kind of geographically where we like to focus and then what are those activities that we know will allow employees to really engage and work together So you're expanding to a week long for this tenth anniversary. Do you know what you're doing yet. We don't we've got some ideas okay. IBS put forth some different recommendations. So we've got to work with our leadership and and review those and kind of get their input input input and feedback but I think what it will involve is kind of a mix so we'll have kind of them were traditional outdoor day of service like we've done in the past past and maybe sprinkle in some things that would allow more of our campus for example some of our employees who work in manufacturing or the warehouse who cannot leave for for you know a whole day to go volunteer relooking at what are some opportunities we could actually bring to Roche. That may be only require an hour's time So somebody on a break bake or lunch break. Could maybe come over. So we're just trying to figure out. How do we engage as many employees as possible throughout the week? Yeah that's what I really liked about The the last volunteer opportunity we did as a company was that they thought outside of the box about how they could engage us in our specific talents. Rally rally. You know they're trying to do for you. Carol and Roche I'm sure that that's something that Ashley Your your team does all the time you get these phone calls and they WANNA customer service. I mean how do you make it a win win for everyone see no kind of Depends on what our relationship is with a company that we're working with kind of when they approach us an organization like Roche having such a long partnership we know what areas of the cities cities that they are really focusing because of the location To their campus so as we are identifying places where we're working in the city when we're doing are planning we already know we can have three hundred Roche. Volunteers that we know are going to be able to help accomplish these things in this part of the city. And it's become I'm just a really nice. I mean it's been almost like a ten year partnership of being able to identify places in practice to go and knowing that we really amazing volunteers and support to come and take care or that we do have Companies that will call us until like two months two months now we wanted to do a day of service and in those cases were. We're not able to do as much of the creative long-term planning and that's more of well. We already have this tree. Planting area identified as something that we you were going to be doing as part of this year's plan would you be interested in like your choice of these three places to plant trees Still do.
"vicki wilson" Discussed on Taking Care in Business
"This is taking care in business. A podcast dives into the topic of corporate social responsibility ability for many different perspectives host Kathy. potty Hayes is an expert in CS armed philanthropic giving and her co host. Vicki Wilson is the founder and CEO Bulletin Group A unified marketing company. That was also the first B. Corp Certified Company in Indiana Cathy Vicky became friends and equally passionate about CSSR when they first worked together several years ago join them as they talk about why it is always worthwhile to take care in business. Hey Vicky Hey Kathy. How's it going today today? I've been a good food. Good Cup good. Why have a question for you with? We're we're kind of nearing year end here. And so wondering gene charitable giving is big thing. Right people do a lot of how do you give. Do you usually give online or do you do the thing like I do and write checks online online do you do you. Do you ever do the check thing. Yeah I mean if I not very often I mean if I go to I I don't do so much year end do it year round here. Okay and so Yeah I usually do it online or or if I'm at a fundraising event so you write the checks. Sometimes I do a lot more to online. I've tried to get away from checks but there's so much that's changed. Sort of in this whole area with charitable giving and online giving and so our next guest is going to be able to talk to us a little bit about that but i. I'm so excited to have Pat Shea on PAT is the president and CEO of give full but I know Pat and I met Pat. We are good friends and met her through the Women Presidents Organization which which you remember and I am the Chapter Chair here in Indianapolis and Pat. Is the chapter after chair in Nashville Tennessee. So we get to see each other a couple times a year and she's just such an inspirational person to me Prior to being the President I and CEO of PAT was The executive director. CEO for the YWCA in Nashville. Oh really yes okay for or about eleven years and then she retired for about five minutes like all good leaders do right. We've had on and She is now as I said working as the president and CEO of give and give a high tech company that creates tools to facilitate giving and volunteering wonderful. Yeah so welcome Pat Ladies Ladies. Hi Nice to meet you. Virtually nice to meet you as well. Yes so pat. How did you get really involved with give for? I Know You have obviously that nonprofit background and so The technology platform was interesting to you. Right it was well first of all I have kinda crazy kerr ear. I spent seventeen years in corporate America. Seventeen Years in nonprofit leadership and I decided that I'm going to end my career as an entrepreneur. Doing good in the world. Aweso giftable is just that opportunity. I really was looking to come back into the for profit community and my personal personal mission statement is helping others help others and give her was really a great opportunity for me to lead an organization that really helps others help others through technology. Well toss how it works. Well give full is A platform that really has three different modules. One module is employees giving and then there's a matching and then there's a volunteering. We work with companies to provide them access to our platform. We work with them to engage their workforce source in using our platform. And the bottom line. Is We believe employee. Engagement is increased that millennials and Gen X. and Gen Z. are very involved opt in their workplace. Because they're involved in their community and we're raising new funds and new volunteers nonprofits who need it badly. But it's the simple as loading technology turning it on and starting to use a platform that makes giving and volunteering super easy well and with your years of experience experience in the nonprofit arena. That is quite a shift doesn't it. Yes and it's probably what motivated me. The most is a nonprofit leader. I spent fifty percent of my life raising money every day to support the mission work of my organization. And I used to fantasize about what if I just had money and I could do more mission work unless fundraising So one of the one of the real goals of giftable is to create a new revenue stream for nonprofits. It's to fund. What they do said they don't have to spend as much money or as much time raising money and they really can call world hunger? They can work on on homelessness they can work on domestic violence. They were kind of issues. We want them to work on So I really. I'm very excited about what I believe. We can accomplish with giftable in as many organizations as possible and how how our corporation sort of Sort of approaching coaching give full. They certainly must have an interest in in terms of measuring corporate responsibility volunteer hours. All of that. Yes actually We we have a convergence of issues occurring right now for any business owner. You have a marketplace where the unemployment rate is historically Kley low so there's great competition for talent and engagement is really kind of off kilter. I mean I read a statistic testing the other day that said fifty percent of millennials in the job market at any one time. You got that kind of pushing employers. You've got externally customer customer saying to employers. We want you to be about more than profit. We want you to be about Prophet and purpose. And I think they're getting the same message from investors so give is an easy way to begin your process of implementing a corporate social responsibility strategy It's a way to start to answer those questions that your employees your customers your investors are asking. How do you make a profit and have a purpose purpose and provide back to the community in which you serve Is it all online or do you have an APP as well. We will have an APP in our two thousand. In twenty product development stage you know give a startup organization. We've been around for a little over a year and Our product currently currently is online single. Sign on with any employer we connect directly to the payroll system. So there's no paper at all but we are excited that in twenty twenty we will be launching an APP it because I think as you guys both know the ability to give it any time any place using your phone Be a you know a real gift. All people who are both Donors volunteers so how has it been working for a start-up pat well. Oh it's kind of like a nonprofit you work twenty four seven. No work is a state of mind. I kind of think but Startups there are a lot of work. It's it's a lot of enthusiasm. It is similar nonprofit because you have a vision of where you wanna go and forgive everybody. WHO's working with us? It's really connected to our mission we really do WanNa do you. No good in the world. We Really Do WanNa Fun nonprofit but it is a lot of work really learned and The end of the day and there really aren't weekends we work a lot. Sure we'll so corporate responsibility. Pat Is something that you are have been Dan working in and around for so many years and of course big Passionaria for myself and for Vicki But there are some companies still that are a little bit confused about what that means or Really want to make sure that it's demonstratable that You know this is something that works. Do you find that when you're going out and calling calling on corporations that they're a little bit questioning the power of corporate social responsibility. You know it it kind of depends. I think on how how broad their view of the world is So if a company has been successful in its own little niche it might not feel quite the pressure that another company that maybe a little more competitive or has a broader view but I don't know I think it just it. It really does depend. I mean when you it doesn't take much to find the statistics and then talk about how important social good in the workplace is to like turnover or you know if you look at the companies that give a percent of their profits to charity or who are tied directly to nonprofits. They're doing really well So I think it doesn't doesn't take much to see how profitability purpose work in your best interest as a business owner. But I am finding some companies are Kinda waking up going. What is all this about And how do I get started and you know we do think gift for is a great foundation. We think pudding in technology energy. That's super easy super inexpensive. That immediately engages your workforce and gets everybody's SORTA having conversation about social good is is a good way to begin the process of adopting corporate social responsibility strategy. Well I was going to ask her. What kind of advice she would give to companies that are trying to create a social responsibility programme in it? Sounds like you just answered it do you. Do you have any other advice. Besides what you just said why I think you do you have to be as a CEO. I think you have to be strategic. And what I mean by that is listened to your workforce and hear what they're interested in supporting but also listened to your marketing expertise inside your own organization and pick things that work well for your company. So you really are align your customer base your investors your product and your employees so It's almost a balancing act. And now we seating outside organizations creating frameworks that you can pull down off the Internet. You know one thing i. I hope it's really taking off our our Some of the things that are being done by the United Nations. They've created sustainable development goals which are really big picture worldwide ride social and environmental goals. And I mean if I was a company starting corporate social responsibility I would start and listen to the people that are my stakeholders older and I would look at the sustainable development goals and I would start to figure out how to marry those in a strategic way in a way that really does benefit my organization organization. But then if it's all the stakeholders It's neat to see a worldwide initiative. I think but we kind of all share the same problem so it makes sense. Can I ask you a question. It's a little bit of shifting of gears but so I my company has fifteen people and we We give volunteer hours to every employee for hours a month. We as organization volunteer I'm certain that many if not all of us you know make donations to different company. You nonprofits how. Could we use the US gifts from a practicality standpoint. Well I think it ties it all together for you so. Seo Number One. I think you're giving a tool to your workforce forced that makes it easier to give.
"vicki wilson" Discussed on Taking Care in Business
"This is taking care in business a podcast dives into the topic of corporate social responses ability for many different perspectives host Kathy Potty Hayes is an expert in Cs rn philanthropic giving and her co host Vicki Wilson is the founder and CEO they first worked together several years ago join them as they talk about why it is.
"vicki wilson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's morning edition from NPR news I know well king and I'm Steve Inskeep photographs of famed African Americans are on sale today in Chicago one shows Muhammad Ali relaxing in front of a fireplace another shows Lena Horne performing on stage their pictures from the archives of ebony and jet magazine's summer inspiring and some we should warn you are disturbing Kerry shepherd of WBZ had a look for more than twenty years Vicki Wilson has been the archivist for Johnson publishing the parent company of ebony and jet Wilson works at a nondescript warehouse on Chicago's west side she shows me rows and rows of cardboard boxes and file cabinets I think I have a one a mass Dave is in a corner somewhere Malcolm date to Dorothy Dandridge and then another box you'll see is doctor king which he has several boxes no range from his run over into early March is the sale of more than one million photos is to pay off Johnson publishing bankruptcy debt which is between ten and fifty million dollars for many African Americans ebony and jet were a constant presence on their coffee tables growing up they saw celebrations of success like Aretha Franklin and Arthur Ashe but there were also issues that reflected communal mourning one of the most important photos in the collection is of Emmett till from nineteen fifty five till was a fourteen year old Chicago boy who was brutally murdered in Mississippi his mother Mamie wanted the world to see what two white men had done to her child so she asked ebony to print the gruesome photographs from this for in a row images of the bodies mother's name right this is the mother at this when they had been with the body my god oh my god yeah Emmett till's face is swollen and disfigured beyond recognition everything from the photos of tail to the Pulitzer Prize winning image of a forlorn and tired correta Scott king and Martin Luther king junior's funeral are on the auction block but it's unclear who will have the winning bid gave freed is with the company handling the auction the options only opened to better to have qualified both in terms of demonstrating financial wherewithal and some of these interested parties have asked that they remain anonymous lead bay is a Chicago photographer and author and he's heard some chatter about at least one interested party the rumor in the whole you know mail the hub city George Lucas melody Hobson is a Chicago native who runs capital holdings with her husband George Lucas who of course created Star Wars according to court filings the company is one of Johnson publishing's creditors and they could buy the archive to recoup some of their investment if that happens the hope is the archive becomes available to the public and researchers leave base as some of the most interesting photos to him show people who were and perhaps still are ignored by other media outlets like sheriff who's the sheriff and clan country down south who is that guy am I gonna find his image in a New York times or someplace else probably not but the private auction for the ebony and jet photo archive is scheduled for today for NPR news I'm Kerry shepherd in Chicago.
"vicki wilson" Discussed on KCRW
"Macarthur foundation at mac found dot org it's morning edition from NPR news I know well king and I'm Steve Inskeep photographs of famed African Americans are on sale today in Chicago one shows Muhammad Ali relaxing in front of a fireplace another shows Lena Horne performing on stage they are pictures from the archives of ebony and jet magazine's summer inspiring and some we should warn you are disturbing Kerry shepherd of WBZ had a look for more than twenty years Vicki Wilson has been the archivist for Johnson publishing the parent company of ebony and jet Wilson works at a nondescript warehouse on Chicago's west side she shows me rows and rows of cardboard boxes and file cabinets I think I have a one a mass Dave is in a corner somewhere Malcolm day to Dorothy Dandridge and then another box USC is doctor king which he has several boxes no range from his run over into early March is the sale of more than one million photos is to pay off Johnson publishing bankruptcy debt which is between ten and fifty million dollars for many African Americans ebony and jet were a constant presence on their coffee tables growing up they saw celebrations of success like Aretha Franklin and Arthur Ashe but there were also issues that reflected communal mourning one of the most important photos in the collection is of Emmett till from nineteen fifty five till was a fourteen year old Chicago boy who was brutally murdered in Mississippi his mother Mamie wanted the world to see what two white men had done to her child so she asked ebony to print the gruesome photographs from his friend a row images of the bodies mother's name right this is mother this one a hair view the body my god oh my god yeah Emmett till's face is swollen and disfigured beyond recognition everything from the photos of tail to the Pulitzer Prize winning image of a forlorn and tired correta Scott king and Martin Luther king junior's funeral are on the auction block but it's unclear who will have the winning bid gave freed is with the company handling the auction the auction is only open to better to have qualified both in terms of demonstrating financial wherewithal and some of these interested parties have asked that they remain anonymous lead bay is a Chicago photographer and author and he's heard some chatter about at least one interested party the rumor in the whole you know mail the hub city George Lucas melody Hobson is a Chicago native who runs capital holdings with her husband George Lucas who of course created Star Wars according to court filings the company is one of Johnson publishing's creditors and they could buy the archive to recoup some of their investment if that happens the hope is the archive becomes available to the public and researchers leave base as some of the most interesting photos to him show people who were and perhaps still are ignored by other media outlets like share of who's the sheriff and clan country down south who is that guy am I gonna find his image in a New York times or someplace else probably not but any added the private auction for the ebony and jet photo archive is scheduled for today for NPR news I'm Kerry shepherd in Chicago it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm no well king you're listening to morning edition on KCRW now this from KCRW knows the nation's leading manufacturer of E. cigarettes has hired a prominent university of California researcher as its medical director so what is the company hired a doctor known for his work on the dangers nicotine poses for teens KCRW's Larry Pareil has more jul says Dr mark Rubin Steen will help stem a Tina vaping craze the food and drug administration has labeled an epidemic but the only times reports critics see the move as something typically done by big tobacco Dr Rubinstein took up the post of executive medical officer at Jule last week he was formally a leading researcher with UC San.
"vicki wilson" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"American media in global media. The bachelorette Petro's is an enigma wrapped in an enigma, which is why he does our bachelorette report. You vailable for other Wednesdays I have a lot of topics I like to discuss such as where they will. What's your take on on tariffs against Mexico? Should they go into place or should the Republicans step up and block them? Hey, can we get a little help with our immigration reform before we start put it down on Mexico about progress figure out? Okay. That's a hot take. All right. What else you got? Gosh abortion. Bills. And all right. I don't think abortion political issue should be argued about politicians, but it has been for, for decades, I would just rather they call it abortion and not reproductive rights, or Planned Parenthood, and all these euthanizing things just call it, what it is. And let people figure it out from there. Well, I know who's sitting in with me the next town. All these hot takes. Could spit hot fire, just like anybody regular, Wayne Resnick. Well, then how in the world do you, do you does your brain dumb itself down to watch the bachelorette? Oh, I look when the bachelorette watch the real housewives. Oh, how about that? Vicki wilson. Fainting cancer. They were all going to go after Kelsey grammer ex wife. What's her name? Camille within her house burned down in the fire, and they backed off..
"vicki wilson" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"So a fiction on like, actually, she's never hot thing is she's not, but I love Erica jeans, so much that if she chooses my husband, I would be happy, and I would be honored. Oh break. Our marriage vows though. Laid texted Tinsley. How did you feel when Lou was often space while you spoke about your dad's alcoholism? Tough question. Honestly, I've been surprised seeing back where she's actually very engaged in the conversations like she's very sweet about it. So that was I guess an off moment. And I was not that cool, but she's more Volve with the chocolate that was going to recall, even but but I thought for the most part that she actually was very sweet about talking to my dad and stuff. So let's go to Nancy from Texas. What's your question? Nancy? Honeyman question for June. I one no why did Vicky block you on Twitter. Yes. Great question big Vicki Wilson fan. I know not everybody's going to love that about me. But I am I just enjoy her. Hurry, think she's hilarious at one point. I changed my Twitter avatar to picture. Vicky gumbleton it was one of her glamour shots with the sequined tank. Top out. She was. Yeah. So I changed it to Vicki Wilson. And I never was pretending to be her. But I got tweets both from her. And from I can't remember his name for some reason right now who faked cancer growth. Telling me that they were going to have a lawyer contact me immediately and to stop impersonating. Yeah. Right. And yet you remain Vicki fan after nurse. Yes. Next week on New York Ramona hosted event to support a really good 'cause at which to render and Sonia support Ramona and giving a really bad speech. This is as awkward as it galley stickle. Thank you for coming. Because because if you raising money this cherry, everyone knows about children and not so try again, everyone knows you can Cran a dime. Okay. All so you're upsetting that you'd better get off. All right. Sorry, thirty her per names brightened by I know, Friday, pulled a birdie up it's here from the horse's mouth. Not while the most Burke, I want you to spend wheels. Litter? Embarrassing me. This is like Lita, Chris. Would you there? I was there that was cowering in the corner because I was so embarrassed and scared the entire situation. I couldn't deal that was real real. It's real difficult things. I've. It's game time you guys. Watching the circus made us off you like kids again, we thought we play the classic children's game tic TAC toe and invite a clown car of friends to join us. It's time for Bravo. With squares Bravo edition, you'll pick a square and listen to Abrar team statement, then agree or disagree..
"vicki wilson" Discussed on 1070 The Fan
"It looks like they are going to go forward again manageable forced down to look at a score touchdowns kickers obviously there in well within field goal range but it looks like joe rituals decided today to be very aggressive in his offense danforth and durie of course it would look into the do will take over the wildcats now one for three nearer the first step on four that was intended for making wilson vicki wilson spent his guy they're gonna roll out this is levels passing three receivers in his eyes look at the corner out wide open inconsistencies and accuracy of clayton thorson right there's got to be able to hit that i know coach which gerald knows he can make that pass but again just off the outside of wilson hi going to hit a break here on espn news momentarily is with the uh uh lead on kansas at the half hired for their most appointed jean half they also 35 points in a second san jose stay hello mike in mike german now out for the season with a torn achilles what does it mean for the second during the defense that's been slipping a little churla catch up the seattle before excellent shot them make the playoffs they're obviously six and three right there half game bowlegged with already beaten once in law saying they have not a game against them at seattle the very good home so in some ways and not to make a lazy prepare so that it reminds you of what happened with all thomas last season he misses the final four neither of the year as their feet and legs auditor reserve in seattle still made through the playoffs and lebed won team vilniaus going to be a year too late to annoy the seahawks has not but uh uh contender going polling rather than a year to suit put this could catch up to seattle in the postseason because he is a dominant player mike in mike on espn radio and espn to one zhao curious because you sort of just says sandwiched in there i take about gwyneth paltrow was very weird you don't like her at all oh reut it did not like when raja uh whether you got to pretend gary all employer a lot of all what it on the paul gives gwyneth paltrow to pretentious out fake you one more from the uh uh uh download month past right now we'll night doom or on the it is the an app legal it easy deliver our joni as beyond radio us you've got what did you make of.
"vicki wilson" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"I got nothing they're not all right well maybe a fi um you know iit's a canon a string i can talk to you and we can figure out if this would be another season in the near future absolutely i'm always happy to use jennifer's electron x and as she says she'll she'll get a millennial to work right technology absolute easy greasy awesome thank you so much guys this is my friend melissa brown huge mary to one very patient human and mom to four adorable children who test or patients and she is the owner and founder of sleep shop heating babies and parents the gift of a good night's sleep so if you of a baby and you wanna slam your head against the wall because you're not get any sleep is basically your baby whisper so welcome also i thank you for having me melissa also lives encoded a causa do you see vicki wilson on a on a regular basis i don't see vicky it meant by the camera a lot more um but not bakiev match i mean it beer driving often because we live in that they neighborhood but t m i don't run into her too much do you ever take classes at cut fitness you know a lot of my friend do i have not yet i wanted sure i want to try them out but i have not made it over there yet and dear friend say good classes.