22 Warriors Foundation Founder – Bill Emmel

May 30, 2018 in Episodes

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Bill Emmel served in the United States Army in different leadership capacities over the course of his 23-year career. After leaving the military, Bill discovered that an estimated 22 veterans commit suicide each day. When hearing this statistic, he went to work by starting the 22 Warriors Foundation, an organization that is on a mission to reduce 22 to zero.

In this episode, we dive into how Bill launched 22 Warriors, how and why service dogs are incorporated into the program, leadership, PTSD, and personal tragedy that Bill has endured and overcome.

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Jaimee Newberry on Owning Your Time

May 23, 2018 in Episodes

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Jaimee Newberry (@jaimeejaimee) is the Co-Founder and CEO of Picture This Clothing. She stumbled across the idea after her daughter asked if she could wear her artwork. After seeing her creation come to life as well as her daughter’s expression, she knew she was on to something.

As Jaimee brought her new business venture to life, she sent out a tweet that that went viral. It literally changed her life’s trajectory.

Learn Jaimee’s personal journey, how she worked through professional burnout as a UX designer, what she did to turn a concept into reality, and how she leaned on friends and her experience in unchartered territory. This episode is full of leadership gems and inspiration.

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Cultivating a Team with Louie Tandiono-Cellona

May 16, 2018 in Episodes

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Louie Tandiono-Cellona is a Veteran and Director of Business Development & Mobile Assessment at Seven Hills Hospital. Before Louie was able to find his passion, he first experienced working environments that he didn’t enjoy. In this episode, he takes us on a journey through his time in the military, as an entrepreneur, and what he does now to cultivate a team comprised of leaders in his current role.

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Stacey Lockhart — Executive Director of The Shade Tree

May 9, 2018 in Episodes

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Stacey Lockhart is the Executive Director of The Shade Tree, a homeless shelter that provides supplies, food, and support to women and children in Las Vegas.

Stacey moved to Las Vegas from the Pacific Northwest and had never stepped foot in a shelter prior to taking on her new role. She was new to the area and had zero connections.

Learn how she made the necessary connections in less than a year as well as everything she and the rest of The Shade Tree team are doing to make a difference for the homeless community in Las Vegas.

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Supporting At-Risk Youth in Peru with Jasmine Freeman

May 2, 2018 in Episodes

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Jasmine Freeman is the President of Hope for Youth Peru. She has assembled a team located in both Las Vegas and Peru that provide services designed to give youth hope. In this episode, Jasmine shares what it’s like to be new to the non-profit world, how her team supports youth from afar, and why she believes everyone should volunteer their time to help others.

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