S03- E5: Chart Your Own Course with Edward Wright, Esq.
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by Tone Gaines, Larry Whitley
3w ago
Tone and Larry chop it up with Edward Wright, Esq (mentor and friend of the pod) about his professional journey, which illustrates the importance of charting your own course (while also highlighting the versatility of a law degree). If this episode resonates with you at all, please go ahead and subscribe, drop a comment, and tell a friend to tell a friend! More about Eddie: Captain Edward Wright will promote to Major on May 12, 2024. He currently serves as the Chief of Client Legal Services for III Armored Corps and Fort Cavazos. The Chief of Client Legal Services leads a team that serve III A ..read more
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S03 - Ep.3: The Key to Addressing Health Disparities is Cultural Humility (with Jazzmyne Adams)
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by Tone Gaines, Larry Whitley
3M ago
Larry and Tone invite Jazzmyne Adams on the pod to discuss all things related to her career in public health. About Jazzmyne: Jazzmyne oversees research initiatives to improve health outcomes in the community as they relate to otolaryngology diseases. In 2018, she received her Masters in Public Health with a concentration in Public Health Policy and Administration from University of Wisconsin Milwaukee-Zilber School of Public Health. Jazzmyne is a native of Milwaukee (a proud resident of Halyard Park). She has over 7 years of healthcare research experience and has also served on a number of c ..read more
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S03 - Ep.2: “To Withhold Knowledge is a Sin” with Cory McClendon
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by Tone Gaines, Larry Whitley
5M ago
Tone and Larry sit down with Cory McClendon, Principal and CEO of McClendon Capital Group LLC.  ..read more
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S03 - Ep.1: Finish the Swing
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by Tone Gaines, Larry Whitley
5M ago
Tone and Larry are back. We know it’s been awhile but when the work is due, the work is due. Here’s what the conversation centered on:  1. What's your process of making career decisions? 2. Explain the importance of your network in these instances? 3. How do you balance pay with opportunities? 4. Explain the importance of taking your time when making a career change? 5. What's an indicator that it may be time to move on? Let us know what you think and remember to always finish the swing ..read more
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Commercial Break: Chillsweats
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by Tone Gaines, Larry Whitley
10M ago
We pause from our regular content to spotlight Rashad Nicks, Founder and CEO of Chillsweats. Chillsweats is a Midwest-based clothing brand redefining comfort.  Learn more at www.chillsweats.com  Instagram: chillsweats_ ..read more
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Collaboration over Competition with Simran Kaleka
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by Tone Gaines, Larry Whitley
11M ago
In this episode, Tone and Larry sit down with Simran Kaleka, Co-Founder of Made for the W (www.madeforthew.com). Simran is originally from Racine, WI and attended Marquette University for her undergraduate studies. She then moved to Atlanta, GA to attend John Marshall Law School to pursue a law degree with a sports and entertainment law focus. After law school, Simran worked in the sports industry for 10+ years prior to co-founding Made for The W. More about Made for the W: https://madeforthew.com/collections/made-for-the-w-and-lids-hd-welcomes-a-new-era/ Instagram: @madeforthew Welcome to the ..read more
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The Building Blocks of Belonging with Andrew Adeniyi
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by Tone Gaines, Larry Whitley
11M ago
Tone sits down with Andrew Adeniyi to discuss all things related to his educational and professional journey. Andrew is currently the CEO and Founder of AAA solutions and he is also the author of a book entitled “The Circle of Leadership”. Tap in with Andrew: https://www.andrewadeniyi.com/  More about Andrew:  Andrew is a first-generation Nigerian-American from South Bend, Indiana. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University Bloomington. He then went on to complete his Master of Science from M ..read more
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A Leprechaun’s Journey with Mike Brown
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by Tone Gaines, Larry Whitley
1y ago
Tone and Larry talk to Mike Brown about his becoming the first black student to serve as the iconic Notre Dame Leprechaun mascot. Mike also updates his fans on what he’s been up to since his ND Days. More about Mike: Mike Brown is an invigorating force for good focused on enriching lives. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame, where he served for two years as the iconic Notre Dame Leprechaun mascot – the first Black student to portray the role. His career spans more than two decades of experience at FIS as a computer programmer and IT sales executive and at the University of Notre Da ..read more
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Never pour from an empty cup Ft. Josef Hobdy
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by Tone Gaines, Larry Alexander
1y ago
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Equity, Autonomy, & Community Ft. Lauren Feaster
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by Tone Gaines, Larry Alexander
1y ago
Our conversation with Lauren Feaster centers on all things related to leadership, equity, & service to community. Tap in!! More about Lauren: In August 2020 Lauren was appointed CEO of Professional Dimensions, a leading women’s professional association in the Milwaukee area whose mission is to unite women leaders in the relentless pursuit of better. Prior to joining Professional Dimensions, Lauren served in various executive capacities within the NPO education realm with both City Year Milwaukee and Teach For America Milwaukee. During her tenure, she has led community partnerships, fundrai ..read more
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