Paige Pushkin on How Corporations can Support Education Through the PEACH Education Tax Credit
April 13, 2023
Paige Pushkin of the Georgia Foundation for Public Education talks about the unique way Georgians can support educational initiatives important to them using the PEACH Education Tax Credit.
Will Peterson on OneDigital & Resources for Businesses in Georgia
April 11, 2023
William Peterson, MBA, FABC of OneDigital provides an overview of the human resources solutions the company provides to their clients. This includes helping companies save money by outsourcing HR and benefits to one source.
Howard Franklin Gives an Overview of Ohio River South
April 10, 2023
CEO of Ohio River South Howard Franklin talks about the history of the company and their mission to help build stronger relationships between industry and government in the region.
Cindy Eidson of GMA on Economic Development Plans in Georgia Cities
April 10, 2023
Cindy Eidson of the Georgia Municipal Association talks about economic development of limited resources and land within a community. She discusses the need for every community to have a plan so citizens can know where investment, preservation and expansion should occur.
Loleta D. Sartin, Ph.D. of Mercer University on Free Teaching Certificates
April 07, 2023
Loleta D. Sartin, Ph.D. of Mercer University talks about the GENERATE project. This program is meant to increase the pipeline for teachers to enter the workforce and fill the much needed openings in Georgia and beyond.
Louis Negron on How Individuals and Organizations Can Partner with the 100 Black Men of Atlanta
April 06, 2023
Louis Negron of the 100 Black Men of Atlanta talks about the programs they offer to help mentor students such as SAT prep, after-school tutoring, collegiate prep and how professionals and companies can get more involved.
Terri Denison of the SBA Talks about The Upcoming National Small Business Week 2023
April 05, 2023
Terri Denison of the SBA talks about National Small Business Week 2023 which is April 30th through May 6th. This year marks the first in-person award ceremony since the end of the pandemic that will be held in Washington D.C.
Larry Williams of the Technology Association of Georgia Discusses TAG-Ed
March 29, 2023
Larry Williams of TAG talks about the history of the organization and their creation of TAG Education. TAG-Ed recently received a grant made possible by the Build Back Better Act. As a result TAG will be able to further help with bringing resources to diverse members of the community for the goal of job placement.
Powell Jones of Secure Records Solutions on Family Values in Business
March 27, 2023
Powell Jones of Secure Records Solutions talks about the importance of family values in a business. He reflects on his father and grandfather's history in business and how their experiences has been passed on to him today.
Dr. Thomas R. Koballa, Jr. Discusses Mercer University's Roberts Academy
March 24, 2023
Dean of the Tift College of Education at Mercer University Dr. Thomas R. Koballa, Jr. talks about Roberts Academy - a transitional school that was established to serve kids with dyslexia.
Jimmy DeLoach of the Abbie DeLoach Foundation Talks About the #HandsFreeForAbbie Campaign
March 24, 2023
Jimmy DeLoach of the Abbie DeLoach Foundation talks about the history of the organization and how they supported the 2018 passing of the handsfree legislation signed into law by Governor Nathan Deal that has spurred the handsfree pledge.
Deidra Dugger of Southern Crescent Technical College on Having 'Equity From Start to Finish'
March 23, 2023
Deidra Dugger of Southern Crescent Technical College talks about how they work with male students in their new PBI grant initiative for African Americans called Equity From Start to Finish.
Joe Marinelli on Attracting Larger Conventions to Savannah
March 22, 2023
Joe Marinelli of Visit Savannah talks about the exciting expansion of the convention center set to be complete in time for 2024. The new center will be double in size and includes a 900 space parking garage.
Telling the Story of Agriculture for Over 50 Years
March 21, 2023
Jennifer Parson of Georgia Farm Bureau talks about what you can expect when you tune into the Farm Monitor each weekend. From compelling farm features to the latest in Georgia ag news, the Farm Monitor helps you learn more about your food and the people who grow it. The Farm Monitor airs on Georgia Public Broadcasting, RFDTV as well as select broadcast stations.
David Green on Listening to Clients, Avoiding Risk and Maximizing Value
March 20, 2023
David Green of Sterling Seacrest Pritchard talks about avoiding surprises. He does this through communication and mainly listening to their needs. By having good communication in the buying process, it generally leads to a mutually beneficial and long lasting relationship.
Matt Bishop on the Youth LEAD Georgia Program
March 17, 2023
Matt Bishop of the J.W. Fanning Institute talks about the recent announcement of a new program called Youth LEAD Georgia, which is funded and sponsored by Chick-fil-A.
Carolina Ramos Provides an Overview of Latin American Association
March 16, 2023
Carolina Ramos of the Latin American Association talks about their mission and programs for their members. Among their pillars is family support services including food availability, public benefits, and vocational development.
Paige Pushkin Gives an Update on the PEACH Education Tax Credit
March 15, 2023
Paige Pushkin of the Georgia Foundation for Public Education talks about the PEACH Education Tax Credit and how individuals around the state can support the workforce of tomorrow by directing taxes owed to educational initiatives and institutions.
Larry Hanson Discusses a New GMA Initiative Focusing on Civility
March 14, 2023
Larry Hanson of the Georgia Municipal Association talks about the growing problem of incivility in government. GMA has created a new program that provides resources to help city officials learn about civility and how all can better achieve common goals to benefit the communities served by being more present and tolerable in these dealings.
Mercer Business Dean Julie Petherbridge on Graduate Certificates for Employers
March 13, 2023
Mercer Business Dean Julie Petherbridge talks about a new program at the college. The University now has several graduate credit bearing certificates including ones in diversity, cyber security, and others. The school collaborated with Georgia businesses to determine these additional certifications.
Chris Clark on the Georgia Chamber's Upcoming Future of Talent Event
March 06, 2023
Chris Clark of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce talks about their upcoming 'Future of Talent Event' to be held on March 13th, at the GTRI Conference Center on the Georgia Tech campus in Atlanta.
Lauren Ball of Westwood Financial on Women in Real Estate
March 06, 2023
Lauren Ball of Westwood Financial talks about women in the workplace and why it is so important that more women continue to enter commercial real estate.
Courtney Stewart on How to Get More Engagement on Social Media
March 03, 2023
Courtney Stewart of Denim Marketing talks about the best types of content to increase engagement including videos and photos.
Stuart Countess of Kia Georgia on Set Shift Changes in 2023
March 01, 2023
Stuart Countess of Kia Georgia talks about thinking differently, as a result of the pandemic. One such change at Kia Manufacturing Georgia is adjusting their staffing for shifts to a set-shift model.
Julia Morrison of Mercer University on Creating a New Kind of Symphony
February 28, 2023
Julia Morrison of Mercer University talks about creating a new experience in the symphony experience and how they are working with Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.