Coffee Break Podcast
Welcome to Coffee Break, a podcast from the Global Campus in Rogers. Loray Mosher, your host, will share interesting stories about educational and thought leadership practices underway now in Northwest Arkansas. Each monthly interview will feature business and educational leaders who power the workforce and foster innovation in our region. Each episode will end with "The Cup of the Day," a short message about Global Campus educational programming.
Our first podcast starts at home, with our own story as a catalyst for workforce-development education in for Northwest Arkansas. Tune in Friday, Sept. 1, for our first podcast.
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Episode 6: Myra Dallas at Acorn shares insight on how to stay dynamic in the face of change
Episode 6 features our guest Myra Dallas, President at Acorn: The Influence Company. With more than two decades of sales and leadership experience for several of the country's Fortune 1000 companies, Myra knows the importance of developing long-term customer relationships and delivering a strong ROI that impacts the bottom line. Myra has been both a business advocate and end-level consumer of marketing technology, and she draws from this well of experience in order to formulate business strategies. Myra prides herself on understanding the people and the relationships that make achieving success possible. Her drive is to personalize communications in a very noisy and time-starved world by delivering: the Right Message, By the Right Influencers, For the Right Brands, At the Right Time, On the Right Platforms.
Episode 5: Michael Paladino at RevUnit shares his passion for technology and how it drives success
In Episode 5 our guest is Michael Paladino, Co Founder and CTO and RevUnit. Michael leads RevUnit’s efforts to stay on the cutting edge of emerging technologies. His current areas of focus include AI, machine learning and conversational interfaces which can all be used to help RevUnit clients #workbetter. In this episode Michael shares the root of his love for Technology and why his passion has led to such success.
Episode 4: Shelley Simpson, EVP of JB Hunt talks about priorities and staying the
Our guest is Shelley Simpson. Shelley began her career at J.B. Hunt after graduating from the University of Arkansas in 1994 with a marketing degree. Since then she has taken on numerous positions across a variety of business segments including Director of Pricing for Truck and Intermodal, Vice President of Economic Analysis, Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration and, in 2007, President of ICS.
Episode 3: Jarrod Ramsey VP of Rockfish on The future of Technology
Our guest is Jarrod Ramsey, Vice President of Technology at Rockfish & President of NWA Technology Council. He shares his workforce journey as well as discussing the future of technology. Jarrod has a collective 17 years experience of mobile, system, database, and web development and currently leads innovation, mobile, enterprise, process management, and QA initiatives for Rockfish Interactive.
Episode 2: Global Campus Origin Story Part II
The Global Campus Origin Story part II features insights from Jamie Loftin, assistant vice provost for distance education administration. Dr. Loray Mosher will provide "The Cup of the Day." with teasers about upcoming guests.
Episode I: Global Campus Origin Story Part I
The Global Campus Origin Story features insights from Tara Dryer, who manages operations at the Global Campus in Rogers, and Jamie Loftin, assistant vice provost for distance education administration. Donald Judges, vice provost for distance education and leader of the Global Campus, will provide "The Cup of the Day."