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What is ABIS? The Voice for Racial Equity in Sports | Felicia Hall Allen and Gary Charles

The mission of The Advancement for Blacks in Sports (ABIS) is to connect and inspire people to boldly advocate for racial, social, and economic justice for Blacks in sports. Gary Charles (Founder and President) and Felicia Hall Allen (VP – Basketball) join Dr. Debby Stroman (VP – Racial Equity Research) to discuss that mission, how…

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Vision of a Champion with Anson Dorrance Trailer

“The vision of a champion is someone who is bent over, drenched in sweat, at the point of exhaustion when nobody else is watching.” On the vision of a champion podcast, 22 time national champion and 8 time coach of the year Anson Dorrance talks about what it means to be a champion with elite…

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Ep. 44 – Ursula Mead, CEO of InHerSight

Ursula Mead is the Founder and CEO of InHerSight, a powerful product in the data space designed specifically to help women make better career choices through anonymous company reviews focused on their goals and definitions of success. InHerSight provides data for hundreds of thousands of companies. Her work in Product Management and Director and VP…

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From NC State to Changing the State of Health Information Networks, with Medicom Technologies’ Malcolm Benitz

Malcolm Benitz and his two co-founders Michael Rosenberg and Chase Ballard, while in the Entrepreneurship program at NC State, found a problem in medical information, and they were determined to fix it. With $5M in Series A and hundreds of clients, five years later, Medicom has made a difference for thousands of patients. Hear from…

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Brand Loyalty and Hustle: Lessons Learned Working in the NBA, NFL, and MLB, with Jarrett Nobles

See if you can follow this career path. Jarrett Nobles has gone from legendary DeMatha High to FAMU to event planning to Edward Jones to the Houston Astros to Duke MBA to a startup to the Cleveland Cavaliers to the Los Angeles Chargers, and some other stops along the way. He’s moved 10 times (10!)…

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Lessons from 200 episodes, with Joe Bunn

When Joe Bunn started ‎The PhDJ Podcast, he thought he would only make 10 episodes. Almost four years later, he and his cohost Mike Walter have made almost 200 episodes! Jason and Cee Cee talk with Joe about Bunn DJ Company, coming up with episode ideas and the celebrity wedding he’d like to DJ most. The Earfluence…

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114: Is Work/Life Balance Possible in the Wedding Industry?

Join me on this solo episode where I give you 7 tips for balancing it all – life, business, family, personal pursuits. We’re all works in progress, and no one has figured it out, but I have some ideas that can help. This episode is brought to you by The Planner’s Vault, my online membership…

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Chapter 11: The Leader’s Hat

“I know I have a spotlight on me, and my team is looking at me to show them the way. What I’ve learned about over the years, and what you’ll hear about in this chapter, is leadership is not about being the smartest or the loudest in the room. It’s about listening and gathering information…

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Ep. 43 – Create a Tech Resume That Stands Out

Knowing how to present yourself on a resume is hard enough. Throw in there some technical skills and it can be down-right overwhelming. In this episode we’ll cover the details that make your tech resume stand out, including how to make a LinkedIn resume shine, how to write value-added job descriptions and what LinkedIn settings…

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Losing a Job, Finding Entrepreneurship, with Courtney Canfield

In April 2020, Courtney Canfield saw a layoff coming a mile away. Like many, she lost her job because of COVID-19. But instead of sitting around, Courtney made something out of nothing – and now she’s running a successful business while becoming a pet influencer (yes, a pet influencer!).  On the show today, Courtney talks…

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