August 2022 Video
Christina Vogler On Joining NAI G2 Commercial
August 31, 2022
Christina Vogler is Director of Business Development with NAI G2 Commercial. She talks about her history in Columbus and how being intertwined in the community is so important.
Rob Gordon Talks About the Carl Vinson Institute of Government
August 30, 2022
Rob Gordon is the Director of the University of Georgia's Carl Vinson Institute of Government. He talks about the services they offer to communities through their Propel program via workshops and training.
Peter Bowden of Visit Columbus GA on the Importance of Storytelling
August 29, 2022
Peter Bowden is the CEO of Visit Columbus GA. He provides information on the impact of their efforts to tell the story of Columbus via travel publications and the reach of these articles around the world.
Pace Halter Discusses WC Bradley's Community Role
August 24, 2022
Pace Halter is President and COO of WC Bradley Real Estate. He talks about ways they work to improve the community for those who live, work and play in the Columbus area.
Christopher Jones on Georgia-based Businesses Working Together
August 24, 2022
Christopher Jones is Chief Problem Solver of Secure Record Solutions. He talks about one example of the reason for the company's success. Another local firm asked them to work together in other markets and this has led to even more success.
Arreasha Z Lawrence Provides an Overview of the Music & Entertainment Council
August 23, 2022
Arreasha Z Lawrence is the Executive Director of the Music & Entertainment Council. She talks about the opportunity Columbus has to raise the bar for music across all areas of the region including tourism.
Robert Bunch On What Anthem Is Doing to Lower Healthcare Costs Across Georgia
August 22, 2022
Robert Bunch is President of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield. He provides stats showing that healthcare costs continue to rise and how they are working to lower expenses for families across the state.
Dr. Kanessa Miller Doss on Troy University's Suicide Prevention Program and Conference
August 19, 2022
Dr. Kanessa Miller Doss is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Troy University. She talks about the exciting programs at the upcoming Suicide Prevention Conference.
Frank Sheppard of Feeding The Valley On Facilities Expansion
August 17, 2022
Frank Sheppard is President and CEO of Feeding The Valley Food Bank. He talks about the expansion taking place and how this will allow more food security for those in need in the region.
Julie Calhoun of the Georgia Farm Bureau on Helping with Your Insurance Needs
August 17, 2022
Julie Calhoun is Agency Manager with Georgia Farm Bureau Insurance. She talks about their involvement in the community and how that makes a difference when reviewing their services.
Ed Gaffney of Automated Door Ways Talks About Supply Chain Issues
August 16, 2022
Ed Gaffney is President of Automated Door Ways. He talks about the challenge of providing products to customers in need because of supply chain bottlenecks still being felt from the pandemic.
Mary Beth Brownlee on the Rural Development Institute & Helping Solve Unique Issues in Rural Georgia
August 16, 2022
Mary Beth Brownlee is a County Consulting Services Associate for ACCG. She talks about a recent event held in Valdosta where she was able to learn and hear from other country executives about experiences in rural Georgia.
Jay Markwalter of the Georgia Association of Convention and Visitors Bureaus on Education & Advocacy
August 15, 2022
Jay Markwalter of the Georgia Association of Convention and Visitors Bureaus talks about the rise in business that his members are experiencing throughout the state and we need to continue to invest, educate and advocate for tourism.
Norm Easterbrook of the RiverCenter Discusses The Wave
August 12, 2022
Executive Director and CEO of RiverCenter Inc. Norm Easterbrook talks about the RiverCenter’s new theatre organ, “The Wave,” and upcoming events to look out for.
Melanie Slayton on Disability Discrimination in the Workplace
August 11, 2022
Melanie Slayton is an attorney at Hall Booth Smith in Columbus. She talks about employment and disability discrimination and strategies to resolve claims.
Neighborwork’s Cathy Williams on the Current Affordable Housing Crisis
August 10, 2022
Cathy Williams is President and CEO of NeighborWorks Columbus. She discusses why affordable housing is critical to every family in the community.
Grant Thomas Discusses the Georgia Office of Health Strategy & Coordination
August 09, 2022
Grant Thomas of the Office of Health Strategy and Coordination talks about how they, from the Governor's Office, work with communities to identify key healthcare related issues throughout the state.
Georgia SBA Director Terri Denison On SBA Counseling & Education Available
August 04, 2022
Terri Denison is Georgia District Director of the SBA. She talks about what it takes for a business to be successful including free counseling and educational resources.
Paula Anderson Schaefer of Paul Anderson Youth Home Discusses Supporting Young Men
August 03, 2022
Paula Anderson Schaefer of the Paul Anderson Youth Home talks about the ministry to support young men and how they plant God's word in their heart.
Carolina Ramos Talks About the Latin American Association in Georgia
August 01, 2022
Carolina Ramos is the Director of Advocacy and Outreach at the Latin American Association. She talks about the organization and their fall event in October.