Maine sports legend Bill Green is in the 3 Point Stance studio to announce some big news. Bill and Mike surprised friend of the show Matthew Mulligan with his induction into the Maine Sports Hall of Fame. After the announcement, Bill and Matt sat down with Mike, Sterling and Aaron to talk all thing Maine, pro football and the Hall of Fame. Thank you to Bill Green for joining us in studio and bringing nothing but "great questions". Follow the show on Twitter @3PointStancePod and "like us" on Facebook, 3 Point Stance Podcast. Send us an email at 3PointStancePod@gmail.com. 3 Point Stance is 3 Point Media LLC production.
CEO to CEO: Bill Green, Former CEO & Chairman of Accenture
Syniti Podcast Series
This week Kevin Campbell sits down with Bill Green, former CEO and Chairman of Accenture. During his tenure as CEO, Accenture grew revenue from approximately $14 billion to approximately $22 billion, doubled its workforce to 211,000 employees and expanded its global footprint. Today, Bill is a member of the Global Advisory Council of Bridge Growth Partners, and holds noteworthy board roles at major companies such as Dell EMC and S&P Global. January is National Mentoring Month and this episode of the CEO to CEO podcast will highlight the importance of mentoring relationships.If you’ve been thinking about becoming a #mentor, now is the perfect time. Join a local mentoring program today and help grow the #MentoringAmplifies movement! Learn more at: https://bit.ly/NMM-2021#MentoringMonth
Over his 47 years in broadcasting, Bill Green became a household name in Maine, starting as a sportscaster in Bangor to hosting 19 seasons of his own Saturday magazine show, the last episode of which aired last fall, when he retired. This interview was online live on September 15, 2020.
28: Maine’s Outdoors with Legendary Journalist Bill Green
Maine Environment: Frontline Voices
Legendary Maine journalist Bill Green was an anchor and reporter for more than four decades at News Center Maine, most recently hosting the popular weekly television series called "Bill Green’s Maine" before retiring in 2019. In this conversation with Bill we explore his love for Maine’s outdoors, why Maine is such a special place to live and explore, and learn about some of his favorite places to visit.
Accessing Our Human Potential Through The Body w/ Bill Green
Sacred Body Podcast w/ Stacey Ramsower
Bill Green is a husband, father, educator and Structural Integration practitioner in Houston, TX. In this episode, Bill and I discuss the role of bodywork - in particular Structural Integration - in individual and collective healing. Topics covered include finding our life's work, the commitment required in order to heal, stages of healing, and the role of birth in our experience of Self and Other in the world. This is a very special episode.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/stacey-ramsower/support
SFTL 349: Bill Green & David Helbig - RiverShine | 8.28.2018
SHOOTING From The LIP
Kevin Hale shoots with Bill Green & David JR Jr. - RiverShine. The guys talk about the origin of the band, their upcoming single release "The Lover", the upcoming album "The First Ride", gigs and lots more. Also - shout out to Bev J Moser!!! Great segment with these talented cats.|*Check out their single - "The Lover" - at the end of their interview. Good stuff!|rivershinemusic.com|instagram.com/rivershineofficial|twitter.com/RivershineOFC|Listen to our shows on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, iHeartRadio, SoundCloud & YouTube.
Bill Green, Professor of History Augsburg College and VP of the Minnesota Historical Society
Dr. Bill Green discusses race and civil rights in Minnesota history. His recent book, A Peculiar Imbalance in Early Minnesota: 1837-1869, and Degrees of Freedom: The Origin of Civil Rights in Minnesota, 1865-1914, won the 2015 Minnesota Book Award-Hognander Prize.
Show InformationShow: 194 Air Date: Saturday 03 December 2016 Guest: Bill Green Host: Steve Woods (Stevoe) Studio Contributor: Debi Davis Executive Producer: Emily Sullivan (Sully) It’s been a few years since Bill Green has been to the TideSmart Talk studios, but at this visit he is fresh off of an especially high point in his career. On Wednesday, November 30th Green was presented with the Silver Circle Award by The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences of Boston/New England, otherwise known as the Emmy organization. The Silver Circle Award is given to television professionals who have dedicated 25 years or more to their careers and communities and with 44 years in the business, Green could be vying for the Gold Circle Award in just six short years (if he doesn’t choose to retire by then). Host of TideSmart Talk with Stevoe, Steve Woods, welcomed Bill Green (at right). While he doesn’t have any concrete plans for retiring from television, it seems Green has been giving it some thought. He says the one “platform” he’ll take is to change how Maine addresses daylight savings time. Green is proposing a “vacation savings time” where we will set the clocks forward an hour twice between May and August in order to make the most of the summertime business. This idea sparked a counter-suggestion from Stevoe and the two men went off planning and scheming the future of Maine’s economic and political structure.To learn more about Bill Green or Bill Green’s Maine, please visit his website at wcsh6.com/local/bill-greens-maine or listen to the interview below.
Episode 179 - MBSing with Bill Green Redux - Politics 2016
The Nerdologues Present: MBSing
Regular listeners may remember Bill's first MBSing appearance right after Election Day 2014. At the time he worked with United Way and Get Covered Illinois. He returns to unpack Election Day 2016 as a first year law student driven by the desire to affect policy. This conversation was recorded about six hours after the presidential race was called. It is raw, biased, and comes from a place of privilege.Thanks to Field Notes Brand for supporting this show and giving me a place to write down my hopes, fears, and dumb ideas. Thanks to the Chicago Podcast Cooperative for helping me and others more marginalised than I am feel our voices are important.