This week on Inside The Ropes, Martin Blake chats with Minjee Lee in Tokyo about the Olympics and her major win at the Evian Championships.Hosts Rod Morri and Mike Clayton talk to Grace Kim who is an amateur in name only and is playing incredible golf in the US.They also give a shoutout to Kirsten Rudgeley for her win at the English amateur, discuss the men's Olympic golf and everything else happening in Australian golf.
Welcome back to another episode of Five Years Later! Anna and Esther discusses the question, 'If you were in a witness protection program, what would be your new name, new job, and where would you go?' Spoiler alert - Anna's and Esther's new names would be Catherine Wong and Grace Kim, respectively 👀 Find out the reason for these names and the answers to the rest of the question by listening to this episode!! You don't want to miss out! How did you like this episode? What would be your alternative identity? Let Anna and Esther know by engaging with them @fiveyearslater_podcast. Friendly reminder to please subscribe, rate FIVE stars and write a review 🤩Thanks for listening 🤗
Today we have on Brian & Grace Kim, we have an awesome history with them and an even better future. They are the new senior pastors of UPPERROOM DENVER and we're so excited about what God's doing in Denver.★ Support this podcast ★
Australian Women's Amateur Grace Kim joins us for a chat about her career to date, which includes winning just about every amateur tournament on offer here in Australia. She's certainly a name to follow! We also chat about her experience with Hannah Green at her Major victory, as well the impact of the GOAT Karrie Webb. We enjoyed this one, and know you will, too!
We welcome Grace Kim James, Senior VP of Atlantic Records to discuss her journey from being a typical Korean-American female growing up in Nothern Virginia to how she came to work in the music industry, all while maintaining God as her rock and priority. Since Grace is a childhood friend of mine from middle school, we also discuss some past stories and look forward to future podcasts to discuss other topics such as blacklivesmatter, Asian-American culture engagement in greater culture, etc.
250. On the Job with Grace Kim James, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Atlantic Records
Ali on the Run Show
"Music literally changes peoples’ lives. It really has the ability to uplift people, especially during today’s times. That’s a really powerful thing, and that, to me, is success. Beyond the sales and the accolades and the awards — being able to create positive change through music." As Senior Vice President of Marketing at Atlantic Records, Grace Kim James works pretty much 24/7. On this episode, she talks about breaking into the music business, and what it's really like working for the number one label in the U.S. She talks about working closely with artists including Lizzo and Missy Elliott, and recalls that fateful day in the dining hall at NYU where it all started. There's glitz, glamour, and long, late nights on set or "at the club" — and somehow in between all that, Grace has trained for and run eight marathons. Thank you to Tracksmith for sponsoring the On the Job series on the Ali on the Run Show! Go to tracksmith.com/ontherun and use code ONTHERUN15 at checkout for 15% off your first Tracksmith purchase! Follow Grace: Instagram @gracekimjames Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Like the Facebook page Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify SoundCloud Overcast Stitcher Google Play SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you’re enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!
Corona Chronicles: Inspiration & Creativity with Grace Kim
Grace Kim is a Korean-American filmmaker and writer who uses absurdist and surrealist premises in film as a vehicle for sowing empathy. Dropping audiences into the otherworldly circumstances of her characters, she seeks to reflect to viewers their own humanity. If one is able to resonate with the loneliness of say, a man desperate for love after hearing a woman's voice on the other side of a banana phone, could human empathy not transcend arbitrary boundaries of race, gender, class, and beyond? Currently, Grace is in development for an animated TV series about climate change, The Grand Tammy, which was a second rounder for the Sundance Episodic Lab. She is a Viacom Viewfinder Program fellow and recently shadowed director/executive producer Dime Davis on the Paramount TV series Boomerang, executive produced by Lena Waithe and Halle Berry. In addition to television, Grace is a Picture Farm Directing Program fellow for female commercial directors. Grace's award-winning short films have screened at the Hamptons International Film Festival, Tall Grass Film Festival, and Sidewalk Film Festival amongst others. Her debut short Loveseat was a finalist for the Horizon Award at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival and the Loveseat script was a quarterfinalist for the Screen Craft Short Film Fund. The script for her latest project Fissura was a finalist for the Cascadia International Women’s Film Festival Script Studio as well as one of the top 100 submissions for the Shift Creative Fund. Grace was also a part of Ghetto Film School's EMERGE8 semi-finalists for their inaugural emerging directors program. Her work has been supported by the NYC Women's Fund funded by the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment and NYFA. Her upcoming projects include Heart Tick Kaboom, a short film commissioned by Atlanta Film Society for the Hartsfield-Jackson Airport which will screen on the 500 screens throughout the airport starting in April 2020 and a narrative dance film, Fissura, which is slated to shoot in September 2020 and is supported in part by the Brooklyn Arts Council. Grace currently splits her time between the brownstones of Brooklyn and the sunny shores of Los Angeles.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coronachronicles/support