Episode 106 “The Content Plug ” ft. Alexis Davis In this episode, talk to Alexis Davis, the founder of the “The Content Plug”. She talks about her journey to full time entrepreneurship. Additionally, she explains how social media has evolved business, especially small business. She also discusses effective content; discipline while posting; the algorithms and much more. Listen and enjoy! Connect with Alexis Davis: https://www.instagram.com/thecontentplug/ Connect with us on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/millennialsvstheworld_podcast/ Donate to the Podcast: PayPal :Millennials vs The World LLC--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mvtheworld/support
Episode 224: The Port Charles 411: Alexis Davis Part 2
Pier 54 - A General Hospital Fan Podcast
Today we wrap up the past 10 years of Alexis Davis! Join us as we talk about the girls growing up and becoming young women themselves while Alexis maintains being a fierce mama bear, as well as many trips to the courtroom (mostly defending others), and a few loves as well. Stay up to date on GH by listening to our show at pier54podcast.com ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀#portcharles #gh #classicgh #generalhospital #ABCSoaps #podcast #alexisdavis #nancyleegrahn #sonnycorinthos #dianemiller #riclansing #macscorpio #nedashton #jasperjax #sammcall #mollylansingdavis #kristinacorinthos #nikolascassadine #stefancassadine #julexis #julianjerome #shawnbutler #alittlebitalexis #neilbyrne
Episode 222: The Port Charles 411: Alexis Davis Part 1 1996 - 2010
Pier 54 - A General Hospital Fan Podcast
Last week General Hospital celebrated 25 years of Alexis with a short trip down memory lane. If you haven't watched Alexis since day one you will definitely want to listen to this episode! We dig into the first part of Alexis from 1996 - 2010. From coming into town forgetting she's a Cassadine, to pretending to be the Quartermaines male butler, to running over Kiefer, throw in a few courtroom appearances, love affairs, pregnancies, and finding her long-lost daughter; Alexis solidified her place on the Port Charles canvas. Stay up to date on GH by listening to our show at pier54podcast.com ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀#portcharles #gh #classicgh #generalhospital #ABCSoaps #podcast #alexisdavis #nancyleegrahn #sonnycorinthos #dianemiller #riclansing #macscorpio #nedashton #jasperjax #sammcall #mollylansingdavis #kristinacorinthos #nikolascassadine #stefancassadine
PR Masters Series Podcast, Episode #44 – Alexis Davis Smith
PR Masters Series
About the Podcast The Stevens Group has been presenting the PR Masters Series Podcast for almost two years now. This series is part of the ongoing partnership between The Stevens Group and CommPRO to bring to PR, digital/interactive and marketing communications agencies the wisdom of those who have reached the top of the PR profession. Today’s special guest is Alexis Davis Smith, President and CEO, PRecise Communications, Co-Founder, The Change Agencies. About Our Guest Alexis Davis Smith President and CEO, PRecise Communications Co-Founder, The Change Agencies Building on nearly 30 years of experience and reputation as a trusted communications strategist, Alexis Davis Smith is a leader in Atlanta’s public relations industry and a national voice for multicultural marketing. She is responsible for creating breakthrough and strategic communications programs for major consumer brands. Alexis has provided public relations counsel for leading global companies such as Coca-Cola, Toyota and Pfizer. For Coca-Cola, she has directed nearly 100 PR programs including the launch of the innovative Coca-Cola Fridge Pack and the award-winning Coca-Cola Pay It Forward program. Her work with the world’s No. 1 automaker, Toyota, has enhanced its brand reputation among multicultural audiences via media relations, experiential marketing, community and philanthropic activities and strategic partnerships. Alexis maximizes her influence and position to help make a difference in the community. As a result of her recommendations, Cracker Barrel Old Country Store established a scholarship for history students at Spelman College, which continues to assist deserving young people today. In addition, Toyota has donated $20,000 the National Trust for Historic Preservation to help save endangered sites representing important moments and icons in Black history. Prior to establishing PRecise Communications in 2000, Alexis was an account supervisor at Ketchum, a top 10 global public relations firm, where she traveled the world supporting several key consumer accounts. In 1998, she co-founded the agency’s African American Markets Group, the first-ever in-house ethnic marketing team created by an international PR agency. Her work since that time has established her as a nationally recognized multicultural communications expert. That expertise earned her the position of one of the six co-founders of The Change Agencies (TCA). TCA is the PR industry’s first national collective of firms to offer inclusive communications services to represent, engage and connect with African American, Asian American, Latinx and LGBTQ communities. The group was launched in the summer of 2019 with the objective of changing how marketing communications professionals reach diverse audiences. Alexis has received a number of industry awards including a Silver Anvil, “the Oscar of PR” from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) and seven Phoenix Awards from PRSA of Georgia. She is immediate past president of the Black Public Relations Society of Atlanta and a board of director for HOPE Atlanta. The Atlanta Business League has recognized Alexis as one of Atlanta’s leading female entrepreneurs and a top 100 black women of influence. She served on its board for two terms. She is also on the executive committee for PRSA’s Counselors Academy section. Alexis considers herself an advocate for multicultural consumers, helping companies recognize and tap into the viability and business opportunities ethnic groups offer. Her opinion has been featured in the popular industry trades, PR Week and O’Dwyers as well as Vanity Fair. She has also appeared on a number of PR and entrepreneurship-focused podcasts. Black Enterprise profiled her professional journey in a 2017 online article. In addition, she has served as a speaker at various local and industry events including the 2015 Insurers Public Relations Council Fall Meeting, 2015 Public Relations Society of America International Conference, 2013 Black Public Relations Society National Conference and 2018 PRSA Counselors Academy Spring Conference. A Philadelphia, Penn. native and proud graduate of Florida A&M University, Alexis has a passion for women and giving back to the next generation of public relations professionals and entrepreneurs.
Alexis Davis Smith, CEO and President of PRecise Communications, joins Ann in our inaugural episode to discuss the non-negotiables for businesses’ DEI efforts and how to ensure you’re recruiting diverse talent.
Episode 86: Alexis Davis Smith: Multicultural Marketing
It’s been a tumultuous few weeks in the United States. The deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor at the hands of the police unleashed weeks of street protests and have caused many Americans to reflect on the role they play in perpetuating racism and inequality. This unrest and collective soul-searching have also reached the business world. Major brands across the country are now taking a hard look at their internal practices and realizing they’ve come up short in their inclusion and outreach efforts towards minority communities. In this episode of the PR Talk Podcast, host Amy Rosenberg chats with Alexis Davis Smith, CEO, and president of PRecise Communications in Atlanta, Georgia. Alexis and her firm specialize in connecting leading consumer brands with multicultural consumers, focusing on African American and Latinx consumers. As a Black woman, with over twenty years of multicultural marketing expertise, Alexis offers unique insight into how companies should approach this historic moment. Read more at https://www.veracityagency.com/podcast/alexis-davis-smith/
Respiration through Restoration! Normalizing healing, destroying negative stigmas and raising mental health awareness in the black community with Dr. Alexis Davis and Lorenzo Lewis.
The Folding Chair
Welcome back to episode 2 of The Folding Chair podcast! The title derives from a #ShirleyChisholm quote "If they don't give you a seat at the table, bring a folding chair". Shirley Chisholm is a true hero #MrsAmerica and an inspiration to many across the world. This episode our guests are Dr. Alexis Davis who is a professor, clinical psychologist and owner BBLVK JEWEL podcast, events, marketing and collective and Lorenzo Lewis founder of The Confess Project. We hope this conversation inspires the black community to invest in long lasting change around the topic of mental health and illness awareness.
S.2 Ep.1: Interview with Alexis Davis - Instagram for Business!
Creatives Meet Business
Hi there folks! We're taking a break from our regularly scheduled podcast programming to share interviews with Creatives Meet Business Experience (CMBXP) Guides about their workshops at our upcoming event September 19 - 21. This episode features social media powerhouse Alexis Davis of The Content Plug sharing about her upcoming workshop "From the 'Gram to the Green: a Workshop on Instagram for Business." Want to join us? Snag your badge at cmbxp.com!
My high school friend Alexis Davis comes over to catch up! Topic includes being black in Iowa, flowing, and solid self love. It's almost like we grew since high school.Alexis: @AlexisssDaviss // Flow don't Force!Peyton: @NotoriousPey and now: @TeawithP !!!The Iced Tea is my summer series to catch up with old friends and tell new stories. It's a good time.