The Winning Edge Leadership Academy Co-founder and Executive Director, Corinne Milien, talks to Megan about her journey which includes 4 years in the US Air Force, time spent under legendary coach Pat Summitt, and managing ESPN events before collaborating with sports analyst Maria Taylor to found the Winning Edge Leadership Academy.
Purpose driven by SERVANT leadership with Corinne Milien
Rich Take On Sports
Show Notes:Pronunciation of her name is a challenge for people all the time and she even wanted to change her name to Michelle growing upMichelle is still her "club name" so if someone asks for her name while out and she doesn't want to give it to them she will say, MichelleParents are Haitian immigrants and Corinne had to grow up fast interacting with adults since her mom didn't speak EnglishShe considers herself a risk-taker and a rebel as well because rarely do well-behaved women make or change historyJoined the Air Force at 17 years old and had to get special permission from her parentsPeer mentors have been a big part of her life but learned early in life about excellence as a graduate assistant for Pat SummittSports has always been something that she enjoyed but it was more from the social aspect and an opportunity to be with friendsCo-founded The Winning Edge Leadership Academy with Maria Taylor after seeing that most student-athletes weren't prepared like non-student-athletes for entering the workforce especially in the sports and entertainment industryShe loves to be challenged and understanding how she can be betterServant leadership is so important to her and is one of the foundations she tries to instill in The Winning EdgeWords of Wisdom from Corinne from Muhammed Ali: "Service to others is the rent that you pay for your time on earth."To Subscribe to YouTube Channel: Rich Take On SportsTo Follow Rich Take On Sports on Twitter: @richtakesportsTo Follow Richmond Weaver on Twitter: @richmondweaverTo Follow Rich Take On Sports on Instagram: @richtakeonsportsTo Follow Richmond Weaver on Instagram: @richmondweaver93To Follow Rich Take On Sports on Facebook: @richtakeonsportsTo Follow Corinne Milien on Twitter: @Fantasti_coTo Follow Corinne Milien on Instagram: @fantasti_coTo Learn More About The Winning Edge Leadership Academy: Winning EdgeFeatured Image Photo Credit: Corinne Milien & The Winning Edge Leadership Academy
Hello Fangirl Nation! We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy. We have a great Get My Job for you this week, as Tracy is joined by Corinne Milien, Co-Founder and Executive Director of The Winning Edge Leadership Academy. Milien is a social entrepreneur who is working to remove obstacles for women and minorities who want to work in sports. She talks about her journey from the Air Force to where she is today, with lots of laughs, inspiration and advice along the way. You will love it! We are brought to you by Favor Apple Cider Vinegar. Continue the conversation with Get My Job on social media: Instagram Twitter Facebook Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Get My Job and visit FGSN.com to hear more episodes!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“Why Mentoring Matters: Tandreia Bellamy & Corinne Milien”Supply Chain Now Episode 312This episode of Supply Chain Now features Corinne Milien & Tandreia Bellamy. Currently the Executive Director of The Winning Edge, Corinne Milien is a veteran, former coach, and adjunct professor who has experienced the benefits of mentors and a network of influence. Working as a graduate assistant for Pat Summitt and Tennessee women's basketball team, this product of Haitian immigrants saw first hand how people can influence the journey of student-athletes beyond the game.Tandreia Bellamy is currently Engineering Vice President for Global Freight Forwarding (GFF), responsible for operation strategy, forecasting and technology tool development to optimize sustainable efficiency while driving world class service. Tandreia held a similar position for UPS’s Global Logistics business unit. In this position, she directed all industrial engineering activities related to the company’s key product offerings: Warehousing, Distribution, Inventory Management, Service Parts Logistics and Mail Innovations. Prior to her Supply Chain roles she was the small package West Region Vice President of Engineering, responsible for the Industrial Engineering (IE), Operations Excellence (Quality), Asset Management and Technology Support Groups (TSG) for the 25 states in the western half of the United States. Tandreia was directed all aspect of planning, asset utilization, service quality, support and implementation of technology, and process improvements. Tandreia began her UPS career in 1986 as a part-time package handler while completing her undergraduate degree. She held various engineering and operations positions in Central Florida (Orlando) before being transferred to the UPS corporate office in Atlanta. While assigned to Corporate, Tandreia held positions in the Corporate Marketing and Corporate Industrial Engineering departments. Tandreia holds a BS from Stanford University and an MS from the University of Central Florida, both in Industrial Engineering. She served on the Board of Trustees for ChildServ (a multidisciplinary child and family services network) and was a member of the Texas A&M Engineering Advisory Board. She is currently on the Executive Advisory Boards for both Virginia Tech Industrial Engineering Department and the Associate for Supply Chain Management (formerly APICS). Tandreia is the proud mother of two wonderful children, Ruby (20) and Anthony (18).Upcoming Events & Resources Mentioned in this Episode:Subscribe to Supply Chain Now: supplychainnowradio.com/subscribe/Connect with Scott on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/scottwindonluton/Connect with Greg on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gswhite/Connect with Tandreia on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tandreia-bellamy-56b49959/Connect with Corinne on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/corinnemilien/SCN Ranked #1 Supply Chain Podcast via FeedSpot: tinyurl.com/rud8y9mSCNR to Broadcast Live at AME Atlanta 2020 Lean Summit: www.ame.org/ame-atlanta-2020-lean-summitSCNR on YouTube: tinyurl.com/scnr-youtubeThe Latest Issue of the Supply Chain Pulse: conta.cc/39CqaRx2020 AIAG Corporate Responsibility Summit: tinyurl.com/sd8pb8h2020 AIAG Supply Chain Summit: tinyurl.com/yx5asq35Supply Chain USA 2020: tinyurl.com/yx4c2v2qSupply Chain Now Listener Survey: forms.gle/76Q2ynmidNdRCgzM7Check Out News From Our Sponsors:The Effective Syndicate: www.theeffectivesyndicate.com/blogU.S. Bank: www.usbpayment.com/transportation-solutionsCapgemini: www.capgemini.com/us-en/Vector Global Logistics: vectorgl.com/APICS Atlanta: apicsatlanta.orgTalentStream: talentstreamstaffing.com/Verusen: www.verusen.com/ ProPurchaser.com: tinyurl.com/y6l2kh7gSupply Chain Real Estate: supplychainrealestate.com/This episode was hosted by Scott Luton and Greg White. For additional information, please visit our dedicated show page at: www.supplychainnowradio.com/episode-312
Corinne Milien, Co-Founder of The Winning Edge Leadership Academy
Life in the Front Office
Corinne Milien, Co-Founder of The Winning Edge Leadership Academy, dives into her path in the sports industry and the path that she’s trying to create for others with opportunities through the Winning Edge Leadership Academy that she works with her partner, Maria Taylor of ESPN. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lifeinthefrontoffice/message
On today's episode of the Dynamic Leaders podcast, Colin is joined by Corinne Milien. Corinne is the executive director of The Winning Edge Leadership Academy, a company she founded with ESPN's Maria Taylor. Corinne is also a veteran, former coach, and adjunct professor who has experienced the benefits of mentors and a network of influence. She also worked as a graduate assistant for Pat Summitt and Tennessee women's basketball team. Topics include: Corrine's Who Are You segment (3:00), background into her athletic career (4:28), why she decided to serve in the Air Force and lessons she learned from that experience (6:01), how she got the GA job working for the legendary Pat Summit and the Lady Vols basketball team (12:42), her aspirations to be a basketball coach (17:18), when she decided that coaching wasn't for her and made the move to ESPN (18:22), what it was like working for The Worldwide Leader and why she decided to venture off to do her own thing (20:37), how working with a partner in her entrepreneurial journey influences her decisions and the overall business (26:25), how each individual decision they (Corinne & Maria) make apart from each other affects their brand (30:47), why they decided their business model would be focused toward women and people in minority groups (32:19), challenges in their business and helping others (36:16), the best part about The Winning Edge (40:03), who came up with the #WeGameChange hashtag (42:32), we chat about drive & accountability and courage in the Learning and Development segment (43:45), where she gets her personal development from (50:11), why she only flies first-class (52:13), and finally, who a Dynamic Leader is in her life (55:48). Get in Touch with Corinne: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about The Winning Edge: https://www.winningedgeleadership.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheWELeadership/ Instagram: @theweleadership Twitter: @theweleadership Mentioned on the pod: https://www.npr.org/ https://frntofficesport.com/ ------- Intro Music: Dirty Little Thing - Velvet Revolver (September 20, 2004) Outro Music: Take It Easy - Eagles (Live: July 27, 1980 - Santa Monica, CA) "Who Are You" Segment: Who Are You - The Who (August 1978) ------- Take the Podcast Listener Survey for your chance to win a Talent 409 swag bag! ------- At Talent 409, we help people discover their talent altitude through workshops and seminars while increasing their opportunities for success on and off the field. Talent altitude is the idea that player development is more than just physical. Learning traits and qualities related to leadership development will help you in competition on the field and also prepare you for life after sports. In addition to student-athletes, we work with coaches and administrators at the high school and collegiate level to enhance their education on how they can positively impact the performance of their teams and programs. Contact us today to see how we're helping today's team leaders become the community leaders of tomorrow. talent409.com Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn: @talent409 Dynamic Leaders Facebook Group Email: email@example.com ------- Are you an all-or-nothing person? Do you find you're either "on" or "off" the health and fitness wagon? Sweat with Stodds has a program that helps you turn health and fitness into a lifestyle. Healthy Habits is a program designed to help you make LASTING incremental changes in your life that culminate into 6 new healthy habits--no working out required. With a few intentional minutes every day, you can have a huge impact on your health and life. This program focuses on water intake, steps per day, veggie intake, meditation, gratitude, and stretching--6 habits that will help you look and feel your best! And my listeners get a discount--head to sweatwithstodds.com and enter the code DYNAMIC at checkout for $10 off this program!
E72: How to Combine your Purpose and Passion at Work with Corinne Milien
YOU WANNA DO WHAT?!
Do you dream of a career where you can combine your passion and your purpose? Corinne Milien is the Executive Director of Winning Edge Leadership Academy, a veteran, former coach, adjunct professor who has experienced the benefits of mentors and a network of influence. Working as a graduate assistant for Pat Summitt and Tennessee women's basketball team, she saw first hand how people can influence the journey of student-athletes beyond the game. In episode 72, we discuss: How to build a career filled with purpose and passion The Power of Mentorship Working alongside legendary women's basketball coach, Pat Summitt The secret ingredient to create a network of influence **Love the show? Leave a review! Visit the YOU WANNA DO WHAT?! online: www.youwannadowhat.com Let's Connect! Have a question? Want to recommend a topic or guest? Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow me on Instagram and Facebook NEW: www.twitter.com/youwannadowhat1 Subscribe to YOU WANNA DO WHAT??! on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or your favorite podcast app.