Podcast

53: Marketing Maven Shares the Importance of Community Building and Finding a Tribe for Marketing | Christina Garnett | RRSBDC

 Be Inspired | Do Good Interview with Christina Garnett, Acting Marketing Director of the Roanoke Regional Small Business Development Center: This week on Roanoke Podcast for Good, Hal speaks with Christina Garnett, a marketing maven who works with small business owners to take charge of their marketing needs and to create and share their […]

52: Valuing Freedom and Using it to Motivate You | Carissa Mulahn | Mulahn Recruiting

Be Inspired | Do Good Interview with Carissa Mulahn, Owner of Mulahn Recruiting: What are the most influential factors in finding the right job? Recruiter Carissa Mulahn believes self-awareness, flexibility and overcoming your ego are three essential factors that help her clients succeed in finding meaningful careers. This is fitting because these three factors paired […]

50: Serving Roanoke by Helping Adults Learn to Speak English Better | Stephanie Holladay | Blue Ridge Literacy

Be Inspired | Do Good An Interview with Stephanie Holladay, Program Director at Blue Ridge Literacy: Stephanie Holladay is an educator, an executive, and an anthropologist. She brings English education to those in need in Roanoke. As program director at Blue Ridge Literacy, a human service nonprofit, she helps immigrants, refugees, and other adults to […]

48: Helping Students to Communicate Beyond Simple Language Skills | Scott Dreyer | Dreyer International Academy

Be Inspired | Do Good Interview with Scott Dreyer, Dreyer International Academy: Our early experiences as children can be formative, and for Scott Dreyer, his childhood interest in history and the outside world certainly influenced his life path. He became a geography teacher and traveled on a short-term mission trip to Eastern Europe in his […]