Today’s guest is Robin Green of Sandler Sales Training. Robin is a certified instructor and works with organizations to develop customized sales, management, leadership and recruiting solutions and everything in-between. Robin discusses working with non-profits and some of the challenges they face in growing their organizations via donor, community and volunteer outreach and engagement. Some of those challenges are similar to those facing for-profit organizations, and some are unique. Robin also has a podcast called “Lead. Learn. Grow.” wherein he speaks with leaders from the fields of business, government, education, and the non-profit sector.
Robin’s Podcast: Lead. Learn Grow.
Well and Good Podcast website, show notes and links
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Today’s episode features conversation and music with guitarist Bill Leverty. Bill is a native Richmonder who grew up playing in local RVA bands, working at music stores and went on the be the lead guitarist of the band Firehouse as well as a solo artist and producer. Bill talks about past experiences, traveling the world playing music and the music industry today.
Conversation with Bill Leverty
BILL LEVERTY – “Memorable”
-Michael Foster, drums
BILL LEVERTY – Ace Bandage
-Bill Leverty, guitar and vocals
-Keith Horne, bass
-Andre LaBelle, drums
Bill Leverty’s website
RIFF – The Richmond International Music and Film Festival recently approached my associates at Red Amp Audio and me about helping them develop and produce a podcast that would provide an up close and personal look inside the festival. They wanted to feature conversations with staff, volunteers, fans, filmmakers, musicians – anyone who could be involved with the festival. We loved the idea. Podcasts are a great way to engage with your audience and go beyond the surface level impression you usually get from traditional marketing or even social media. Founder and Producer of RIFF, Heather Waters is the host. You really get a sense of the passion and camaraderie shared between the RIFF staff and a few of the filmmakers who have films screening during the festival. Take a listen. The first couple episodes are below.
Episode 1 – Staff
Episode 2 – Filmmakers
Now THIS, is cool. Richmond has its very own film and music festival and it’s happening now. The Richmond International Film and Music Festival is in town April 23 through the 28th, and man does it offer a lot to see, do and experience. Screenings, premieres (including the premiere of the much-anticipated Donnie “Dirtwoman” Corker documentary “Spider Mites of Jesus – The Dirtwoman Documentary”) speakers, panels and music events. For a full lineup and schedule check out the full downloadable guide here. Founder Heather Waters will be a guest on upcoming episodes of both The Well and Good Podcast and StudioB/RVA.