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Dollar For Portland 102917
AN INTERVIEW WITH JARED WALKER, CEO AND FOUNDER OF DOLLAR FOR PORTLAND, A LOCAL NON-PROFIT HELPING LOCAL FAMILIES PAY MEDICAL EXPENSES.
Cisco today I would like to welcome Jerry walker Jared is the CEO and founder of dollar for Portland. There Gerri this. When I was doing a little bit research to be prepared for this
doing cool stuff let's user thank you for third with your walker CEO and founder of dollar for Portland. Though. There are a lot of families out there there indeed how do you choose the
dollars at a cool congratulations thank you so much appreciated dirt walker CEO and founder of dollar for Portland thanks for being an interest. Thank you. Mitchell's bill is an Entercom radio Portland public affairs
Les Schwab Bowl 061817
AN INTERVIEW WITH JOHN MCCALLUM, PRESIDENT OF PRIME SPORTS NW, ABOUT THE LES SCHWAB BOWL AND THE OREGON ATHLETES INVOLVED.
wanna get him down and wanna risk the injuries. And there is CEO we continue to see every year than the depth of talent the quality of high school football increase here in the state
Credit Unions 042317
AN INTERVIEW WITH TROY STANG, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF THE NORTHWEST CREDIT UNION ASSOCIATION, ABOUT THE ADVANTAGES OF BEING A MEMBER OF A NON-PROFIT CREDIT UNION.
I would like to welcome Troy staying Troy is the president and CEO of the northwest credit union association Detroit. Gary thanks so much for your interest credit it and certainly I'm a member myself
in this region we're very proud. Good stuff Troy staying president and CEO of the northwest credit union association. It's a dilemma Costco today thank you didn't open. May microscope is an Entercom radio Portland
Salmon Superhwy Project 031917
AN INTERVIEW WITH JIM PRINZING, CEO OF PELICAN BREWING, TERRY TURNER WITH THE SALMON SUPERHWY PROJECT, AND NAN DEVLIN TILLAMOOK TOURISM DIRECTOR, ABOUT HOW STREAMS ARE BEING RESTORED IN TILLAMOOK COUNTY, THE TOURISM IMPACT, AND THE DONATIONS THAT PELICAN BREWING IS MAKING TO THE PROJECT.
program this time I'd like to welcome Jim cruising Jimmy is the CEO of pelican brewing. Also Terry Turner or you council chair for Trout unlimited and also Terry hits apiece salmon superhighway project. And
beer drinker or you know beer drinker. The reintroducing him Jim printing CEO of pelican brewing company. And Jim how are you guys getting involved in this. Well. We found out about the project about
Oregon Military Museum 020517
AN INTERVIEW WITH TOMMY THAYER, LEAD GUITARIST F KISS, ABOUT THE OREGON MILITARY MUSEUM OPENING IN 2018 AND ABOUT THE FUNDRAISING ALL STAR SALUTE TO THE OREGON MILITARY ON FEBRUARY 18.
are going to be there Eric front who's a good front lines CEO Nike. They're support than attending the event to. But it's gonna be it's going to be a big night February 18 that
on because so we want to had to be there to see CEO and that's that's a very important part of that the data such a strong man I can't imagine that he sees now.
Planned Parenthood 012917
AN INTERVIEW WITH STACY CROSS, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF COLUMBIA WILLAMETTE ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO AND CHANGES THAT THE NEW ADMINISTRATION MAY BRING.
to the show this time Stacy cross Stacy is the president and CEO from Planned Parenthood Columbia will limit either Stacey I think trending on absolutely thinks come an end. Planned Parenthood is in the
me to command absolutely. When talking today with Stacy cross president and CEO of Planned Parenthood Columbia polemic things you can contend. Metals gold is an Entercom radio Portland public affairs program. I'm Gary blocks
Oregon ABLE Savings 121816
AN INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL PARKER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITH THE OREGON 529 SAVINGS NETWORK, ABOUT THE LAUNCH OF OREGON ABLE, A SAVINGS AND INVESTMENT PLAN JUST INTRODUCED FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES.
some sort of training for people to think ramp up to the CEO we are. Currently no but in the future yes we are looking at work you with some nonprofits to provide some financial
AN INTERVIEW WITH ANNA-MIEKE ANDERSON, FOUNDER AND CEO OF MIADONNA AND THE GREENER DIAMOND FOUNDATION, ABOUT LAB CREATED DIAMONDS AND ABOUT THEIR FOUNDATION THAT HELPS TO EDUCATE ABOUT CONFLICT DIAMONDS AND THE HUMAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
time I'd like to welcome enemy get Anderson she's the founder and CEO of Mir Donna and company and also the founder and CEO of the green or diamond donations other enemy gallery of. Kerry thinking else sell. You. To me dollar as a world leader
four days. We're talking today with the enemy can Anderson founder and CEO of me and on and company and also the greener diamond foundation. The enemy can can you tell us a little bit
topic. We've been talking today with the enemy can Anderson founder and CEO of media Donna and company and they're greener diamond donation thanks again for being on the scope. Yeah. Mr. scope is an
St Paul Rodeo JCCF 061216
AN INTERVIEW WITH CINDY SCHONHOLTZ, PRESIDENT AND CCE OF THE JUSTIN COWBOY CRISIS FUND AND BRIAN BAIN, PRCA RODEO CONTESTANT, ABOUT THE ST PAUL RODEO AND HOW THE JCCF HELPS INJURED COWBOYS.
find out hell. I'd like to welcome Cindy Sean holds president and CEO of the Justin cowboy crisis fund and Bryan name PR CA rodeo contestants welcome to microscope. Yeah so it's fourth of July
mean I'm very grateful. Yeah Cindy's on hold skew their president and CEO of the Justin held a crisis and how old how do you guys do that. How do you help up always. If
fourth of July weekend. Like the thanks in Nissan hopes president and CEO of the just until we crisis fund and Brian Dana PR CA rodeo contestant thanks for being on the show today. They
Regional Arts & Culture Council 050816
AN INTERVIEW WITH DAVE LOFLAND, KEYBANK PRESIDENT FOR OREGON AND SW WASHINGTON AND CO-CHAIR OF WORK FOR ART, AND JEFF HAWTHORNE, RACC DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO, AND THEIR BATTLE OF THE BANDS BENEFIT.
electric guitar. And the Qatar was actually constructed a five burger filled. CEO Jeff Harvey and it's certain extraordinary. Piece of art as well listen instruments. And and even if people can't come to the