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David Sutherland

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Ep.7 : Time for a Seacation with David Sutherland of EyeLine Travel

Weald Pod Radio

Join Paul Harvey for another episode of the Weald Pod Radio Show. We hear from David Sutherland with holiday advice for travellers wishing to take to the high seas, plenty on offer if you fancy a cruise. Wheels in the Weald with Martin Gurdon looks at how the freight industry will be turning to electric lorries. He chats with Duncan Forrester from Volta Trucks. People in the Weald meets up with John de Lucy who is spending time retracing his family history. John is a direct descendent of Richard de Lucy who was involved with King Henry in having Thomas Beckett murdered in Canterbury Cathedral in 1170. If you are looking for things to do in the Weald, Caroline Edmunds has news of some unmissable events and Darren Austin has invaluable advice for SME's looking to MTD - Making Tax Digital. The Weald Pod Radio Show is an independent production. Learn more about how we can help you produce compelling audio content and podcasts by visiting www.wealdproductions.com

1hr 7mins

11 Aug 2021

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David Sutherland | Head Coach at Sacramento State University

Platform Podcast

Welcome to the Platform Podcast!Check out this Q&A with former PGA Professional David Sutherland! David has been named the Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year for the last three years. In this talk, we speak about the Sacramento State women program and recruiting advice for prospective student-athletes!Make sure to drop a like!For more information visitwww.platformsportsmanagement.com


18 Jul 2021

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NO. 23 -- KEVIN + DAVID SUTHERLAND | Sacramento Golfers

Experience The Buzz

Golf has been their life. Kevin and David Sutherland of Sacramento spent a combined 33 years on the PGA Tour. Older brother Kevin has continued his career on the Champions Tour (Golf Tour for those age 50 and older) where he is the top money earner this season at age 56. After leaving the PGA Tour, David has found his second life in golf as a successful coach for the Sacramento State Women's team. He has been there since 2007 and was named Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year in 2017, 2018, and 2019.In today's episode of Experience the Buzz, Host Steve Buzzard spends time with the Sutherland Brothers discussing the unique game of golf. "The word that kept coming into my mind was UNORTHODOX. When you hear about what players have to do to get on the Tour, it's overwhelming. For Kevin and David, they had  the right mindset because of the way they approached the game. It was and has always been meant to be FUN!" Our conversation hits THREE areas: Segment ONE 💥  opens with Kevin discussing his life on the Champions Tour. The question was brought up, "Who is the better golfer" which triggered a great discussion amongst the brothers. We finish the segment with growing up around the game of golf.Segment TWO 💥 begins with PGA TOUR aspirations. So unorthodox, but refreshing to hear. Both brothers talk about their time on the PGA TOUR and share some great stories. Kevin discusses his first PGA TOUR win in 2002 in which he beat another local golfer Scott McCarron in the WGC Accenture. David gives us a detailed look at playing at the British Open while Kevin describes his three trips to Augusta, Georgia to play in the Masters.Segment THREE 💥 starts with the next generation of golfers that include both of the Sutherland Brother's boys, Keaton (Kevin) and Matthew (David + Andrew). David preaches in this segment. It's great stuff. The brothers talk about the mental game of golf and offer some sound advice. We get details on Kevin's 59 that he shot in 2014 (only golfer on the Champions Tour to do it and ONE of 12 to do it professionally). David reflects on his time at Sac State as the Golf Coach and we finish out with the longest round of Rapid Fire (which included some more great golf stories). Here are some of my favorite HIGHLIGHTS  ...▪️1. "I did not go to Fresno State thinking I was going to play on the PGA Tour," - Kevin Sutherland when asked about aspirations to play professionally.▪️2. It was a brief mention, but between the two brothers, the duo has 11 Hole-In-One's. ▪️3. David's description of the unique quality GOLF has over any other sport.Our Connection | We became friends when the Sutherland boys attended Buzzardball and participated in both the Summer Camp and Winter League. Keaton Sutherland (Kevin + Mary's son) also attended St. Michael's where I am a teacher and athletic director. ENJOY THE TALKING STORY! 🏝☑️ Kevin Sutherland Shoots First-Ever 59 on Champions Tour | CHECK OUT THE STORY☑️ 59 Highlights on Video | CLICK HERE☑️ Kevin Sutherland PGA Tour Profile Page | CLICK HERE☑️ David Sutherland Profile - Sacramento State Women's Golf Coach | CLICK HERER5 Stitch + Print Customized Experience featuring screen printing, embroidery, laser engraving, and digital printing

1hr 49mins

30 Mar 2021

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CWRT March 2020 Meeting: David Sutherland:VMI's Civil War Legacy

The Chicago Civil War Round Table Monthly Meetings

David Sutherland on VMI's Civil War Legacy  for more information visit WWW.ChicagoCWRT.org  In June 1920 just after World War I then US Army Colonel George C. Marshall, a VMI graduate, persuaded his mentor, General of the Armies John J. Pershing, a West Point graduate, to visit the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia. VMI's superintendent hosted General Pershing, toured him around the Institute and the VMI cadet corps held a full dress, review parade in Pershing's honor. After the parade General Pershing addressed VMI's cadets and spoke of the role Institute alumni had played in the Civil War and the Great War and he remarked on sharp the cadets had appeared earlier that day at parade. Pershing then added that while he had often heard VMI called the "West Point of the South," having just witnessed the VMI cadets parade that perhaps West Point should be called the "VMI of the North."  The Civil War greatly impacted VMI and the Institute's alumni profoundly influenced Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. Evidence of VMI's Civil War legacy is still visible around the post and VMI's Civil War heritage has shaped VMI alumni for generations.  West Point came of age during the Mexican-American War. VMI came of age in the American Civil War. During the American Civil War ninety-three percent of VMI's then living alumni served in the war. This presentation will discuss VMI's Civil War legacy and how this legacy affected the Institute and today continues to shape VMI alumni.  Dave Sutherland was born in Chicago, Illinois, grew up in Northwest Indiana and is a graduate of the Virginia Military Institute and the Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis. A three time, past president of the Indianapolis Civil War Round Table, Dave is a life-long student of the Civil War and has traveled to and walked scores of Civil War battlefields. He is also a US Army veteran who served in Korea. He lives in Brownsburg, Indiana, just outside Indianapolis, and has practiced law for 35 years.

1hr 35mins

29 Jan 2021

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AI Job Search Assistant (David Sutherland)

Creativity Wasted

Idea: An app which uses AI to help you find a job, including creating resumes and cover letters, deciding which job is the best match (good match for your skills, good social groups, not racist), helping you prepare for interviews, etc. Also: budtenders, extremely short resumes, the national food for racism (boiled goose) Christian Royce (twitter.com/ChristianRoyce) David Sutherland (twitter.com/skrtskrtsuther1) Travis Tehlirian (youtube.com/channel/UClsd_pJ1TEjst4C5pva1nzQ) Tom Walma (twitter.com/thomaswalma) Recorded at Broken Knuckle Studio in Waterford, MI (Facebook: Broken Knuckle Studios)


13 Aug 2020

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The Athens Creative Economy: A Conversation with David Sutherland

Dawgs on Top: The Georgia MBA

In today's episode, we talk with Dr. David Sutherland, a senior lecturer in Entrepreneurship at the Terry College of Business. David has been an entrepreneur, a corporate executive, and a trusted advisor to a set of companies that have achieve significant business growth success. He is deeply involved in the Athens creative community as a co-founder of Athensmade and FourAthens and as an executive produce of the Athens Rising documentaries, among other involvements. He is also a mentor and advisor to our MBA students and his annual gathering for students, faculty and staff is one of the prized invites in our program.You can watch the Athens Rising documentaries for free here: Athens RisingLearn more about the Georgia MBA and find us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Blogspot, and check out our YouTube playlist.


23 Jun 2020

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Utah in the Weeds #2 with David Sutherland

I am Salt Lake

This is episode 2 of Utah in the Weeds. We sit down with Utah cannabis patient David Sutherland. Make sure to subscribe to Utah in the Weeds in your favorite podcast app including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher. Thank you!


7 Mar 2020

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Medical Marijuana Patient David Sutherland - #2

Utah in the Weeds

Medical marijuana patient David Sutherland joins us on this episode to share his story.


6 Mar 2020

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Episode 68 - The Craft w/ David Sutherland

Another Episode Podcast

Howdy Epi-Hoes! This episode has some more audio issues but only in the first half. When we come back from the break we are using a different computer and the problem disappeared.  This week we bring you The Craft. Listen in to hear what we thought about this "classic". Email the show at anotherepisodepodcast@gmail.com Thanks for listening... Thanks more for subscribing!

1hr 21mins

30 Oct 2019

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Marcos Doesn't Live Here Any More / Film School Radio interview with Director David Sutherland

KUCI: Film School

From acclaimed filmmaker David Sutherland, Marcos Doesn't Live Here Anymore examines the US immigration system through the eyes of two unforgettable protagonists whose lives reveal the human cost of deportation. Elizabeth Perez, a decorated US Marine veteran living in Cleveland, fights to reunite her family after her undocumented husband, Marcos, is deported. Meanwhile, Marcos is alone in Mexico, working as a soccer referee, struggling with depression and fighting the urge to cross the border illegally to see his family. With his signature raw, unfiltered intimacy, Sutherland weaves a parallel love story that takes us into a world often lived in the shadows. When Elizabeth's efforts hit a legal brick wall, she must plan for the unthinkable alternative: leaving the US with her children to live in exile in Mexico. "He is missing their entire life," Elizabeth says. Marcos Doesn't Live Here Anymore follows Elizabeth on her mission to bring back Marcos, which she pursues with the take-no-prisoners attitude of a Marine squad leader. Marcos Doesn’t Live Here Anymore tells a profoundly human story of complicated, imperfect people doing their best to cope with what life has dealt them. Director David Sutherland (Kind Hearted Woman, Country Boys, The Farmer’s Wife, Out of Sight) joins us to talk about the multi-faceted issues surrounding immigration, family separation, lost time, and the omnipresent fear of the unknown.** April 15 - Marcos Doesn't Live Here Anymore screens on Independent LensFor more about Marcos Doesn't Live Here AnymoreFor more about the work of David Sutherland go to: davidsutherland.com

15 Apr 2019