Don’t Hesitate with Todd Oliver

Today’s chat follows the story of another entrepreneur who decided to leave the corporate world to pursue a dream in race and event management. Todd Oliver talks to us about handling conflict, improving customer service for his runners, and rallying support in the community to get a company off the ground.

Todd Oliver graduated from Indiana University with a bachelor’s degree in economics in 1989. Much of his career has been involved in sports marketing with stints in auto racing in various marketing roles, with a final stop at the American College of Sports Medicine as the vice president of corporate partnerships through 2014. In 2009, Oliver started his second running event company, Carmel Road Racing Group, with shared ownership specifically for the Carmel Marathon. Today, the company owns six events in the Indianapolis area and stages four under contract with two hosted out-of-state.

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Asking the Hard Questions with Jhaymee Tynan

Today’s episode dives into building courage and staying true to your values. Jhaymee Tynan, a leader in healthcare business strategy, joins us to chat about her passion for advancing women and women of color, and championing wellness in the workplace.

Jhaymee Tynan is the assistant vice president of integration at Atrium Health in Charlotte, North Carolina. In her current role, Jhaymee leads the system’s Integration Management Office, which provides day-to-day operations and strategy leadership for post-merger integration activities with current and new partners. During her tenure at Atrium Health, she has led several high impact strategy projects, including the development of world-class growth plans for oncology and pediatrics service lines.

In addition to her service to the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), she also serves on the Board of Directors for the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA), the Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development (SHSMD), the National Association for Health Services Executives (NAHSE), Women in Healthcare (WiH), and the Carolinas Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development (CSHSMD).

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The Power of Human Connection with Tyler Werland and Lexi Goodnough

Ever wondered about studying abroad? This is the episode for you! We have two recent graduates here to chat about their experiences across the world to prepare you for the next trip.

Lexi was born and raised in upstate New York and attended Syracuse University. She studied policy studies with a specialization in government and business, and supply chain management. After graduating in May 2019, Lexi joined Teach For America and moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma, to teach fourth grade math.

Tyler Werland grew up in San Antonio, Texas, and studied business management at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), where he is now a graduate student. Tyler is an intern for the San Antonio Spurs as a member of the HR-Organizational Development Team to assist with internal training.

 

Entrepreneurship: Frangipani Body Products with Tracy Land

Join us for the final episode of each season to hear from an entrepreneur. This week: Tracy Land.

Tracy Land created Frangipani, a plant-based skin care line. Ingredients include steam-distilled essential oils, cold pressed carrier oils, certified organic ingredients when available and economical, and are otherwise sourced from native regions. She lives in Indianapolis and attended Indiana University. In her free time, she loves to read, swim, and spend time with her cat, Sophie.

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Building Healthy Habits with Deseri Garcia with Deseri Garcia

In today’s episode, Desiree and Chrissy sit down with Deseri Garcia, a life coach and business owner, who talks about setting goals, building healthy habits, and finding your why. Are you ready for the challenge?

Deseri Garcia is a dynamic coach, facilitator, and multisport adventure athlete. She focuses on transformational coaching, team building, and leadership development. Her goal is to genuinely connect with people and identify with them in an effort to improve both team and personal effectiveness. She works with top-level executives, directors, managers, and business owners.

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