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Tim Cunningham, The Coach on an Olympics wrap & Canada's gold Jeff McArthur talks to Tim Cunningham, The Coach about an Olympics wrap, with talk about Women's soccer, Degrasse and Warner. How the COVID games went overall, What are Canada&rsquo;s chances in 2024?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tulsa Speedway Tim Cunningham Promoter Sit down with a cold one and enjoy hearing about the New Tulsa Speedway.
Big Talk Ep. 1: Tim Cunningham – The Wright Stuff, Channel 5 Broadcast PR experts Shout! Communications present a 10 part series featuring speakers at the pinnacle of broadcast journalism. Topics include the rise of &#8216;fake news&#8217;, the role of social media in broadcast coverage, and tips on how to get national TV, radio, and online coverage.
Ep. 1: Tim Cunningham &#8211; The Wright Stuff, Channel 5
Hosted by Kate Fallis, Broadcast PR Consultant
First up was Tim Cunningham, Executive Producer of The Wright Stuff on Channel 5. Tim has been with the show for more than eight years now and had a lot to say about social media in particular. This episode will focus on his main talking points and – more importantly – what it all means for PR.
Big Talk Ep. 1: Tim Cunningham – The Wright Stuff, Channel 5 Broadcast PR experts Shout! Communications present a 10 part series featuring speakers at the pinnacle of broadcast journalism. Topics include the rise of &#8216;fake news&#8217;, the role of social media in broadcast coverage, and tips on how to get national TV, radio, and online coverage.
Ep. 1: Tim Cunningham &#8211; The Wright Stuff, Channel 5
Hosted by Kate Fallis, Broadcast PR Consultant
First up was Tim Cunningham, Executive Producer of The Wright Stuff on Channel 5. Tim has been with the show for more than eight years now and had a lot to say about social media in particular. This episode will focus on his main talking points and – more importantly – what it all means for PR.
Episode 6 - Captain Tim Cunningham & Sergeant Tyler Edgecome (Part 1) Listen in as Brandon interviews Captain Cunningham & Sergeant Edgecome in a two part interview about the importance of mind fitness for Police Officers.
Tim Cunningham's Story What happens to somebody who loses two people who are extremely close in a short period of time? How does it affect you? Your family? What can you do about it? My buddy Tim tells his story in this episode.
"Defining Resiliency, Finding Connection" with Tim Cunningham, DrPH Tim Cunningham never thought he would become a nurse. His first passion was in the performing arts—theatre, clown, dance and acrobatics. He worked as an actor for nearly a decade in various regional theatres in the U.S. and internationally. It was through those experiences that he began work with Clowns Without Borders in 2003. A small non-profit, Clowns Without Borders sends professional artists into war zones, refugee camps and other zones of crisis with the simple mission of catalyzing laughter and playfulness. Tim has performed in more than 20 countries with the clowns, he served for five years as the Executive Director of CWB and now sits on their Board of Directors. It was working in a pediatric ward in pre-earthquake Haiti that inspired Tim to study nursing. He graduated from the Clinical Nurse Leader program at the University of Virginia in 2009 and then worked an emergency/trauma nurse at the UVA Health System, Children’s National Medical Center and New York Presbyterian, Cornell. He has worked internationally as a clinician in post-earthquake Haiti; Sierra Leone, during the Ebola outbreak with the organization, Partners in Health; and most recently with Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. His work as a clown and nurse keeps bringing him back to the central question: What keeps people resilient?  This question helped him complete his Doctorate of Public Health at the Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University. His dissertation focused on psychosocial support of expatriate Ebola aid workers in West Africa, with an emphasis on Narrative Medicine. In 2016 He joined the faculty at UVA with a joint appointment in the School of Nursing and Department of Drama. He also served as the Director of the Compassionate Care Initiative. Currently, Tim is the Vice President of Practice and Innovation at Emory Healthcare where he also holds an appointment as Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Nell Hodgson School of Nursing at Emory University. Tim is a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing.  In this conversation Tim shares his unusual journey, the suffering he faced and meaning and lessons he gathered from them. Tim talks about the power  and importance of non-verbal communication, finding connection, maintaining humanity, and guides us to find our our definition of resiliency.Tune in to learn more!To learn more about Tim's work visit:Twitter: @timcunninghamrnWebsite: timcunninghamrn.comBook: agoodkite.comThis podcast is brought to you by Emory Lifestyle Medicine & Wellness. To learn more about our work, please visithttps://bit.ly/EmoryLM
Tim Cunningham, VP Manufacturing Bell Flavors and Frangrances In this episode Johnnieanne Hansen speaks with Tim Cunningham, VP of Manufacturing for Bell Flavors and Fragrances.&nbsp;Since 1912, Bell Flavors &amp; Fragrances has been creating and delivering flavors, fragrances, botanical extracts, and specialty ingredients that captivate the world’s taste buds and stimulate the senses. Headquartered in Chicago the company has locations around the world including one in Middletown New York. &nbsp;&nbsp;Tim has a genuine passion for manufacturing, a passion that comes through in this conversation with Johnnieanne.&nbsp;The 2 talk about how Tim started his manufacturing career and how he came to Bell.&nbsp;They also talk about lean six sigma, leadership, and leadership styles as well as his thoughts on developing the next generation of manufacturing workers and leaders. &nbsp;
Tim Cunningham, VP Manufacturing Bell Flavors and Frangrances In this episode Johnnieanne Hansen speaks with Tim Cunningham, VP of Manufacturing for Bell Flavors and Fragrances.&nbsp;Since 1912, Bell Flavors &amp; Fragrances has been creating and delivering flavors, fragrances, botanical extracts, and specialty ingredients that captivate the world’s taste buds and stimulate the senses. Headquartered in Chicago the company has locations around the world including one in Middletown New York. &nbsp;&nbsp;Tim has a genuine passion for manufacturing, a passion that comes through in this conversation with Johnnieanne.&nbsp;The 2 talk about how Tim started his manufacturing career and how he came to Bell.&nbsp;They also talk about lean six sigma, leadership, and leadership styles as well as his thoughts on developing the next generation of manufacturing workers and leaders. &nbsp;
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