It is the year 2021, covid cases continue to rise, a race war continues to brew, and Americans are wondering if their favorite small business will survive. Does this story sound familiar? I know the motto has been to leave 2020 in the past but it’s hard to leave an apartment that you are still leasing and struggling to terminate the contract from. However, not all of 2020 has bred negative outcomes. In fact, one of the biggest positives of 2020 was the emergence of new creative endeavors and entrepreneurs. Kicking off Be Herd Season 3, EiTHER welcomes Miss Erica-Paige Scott – scholar, Stylist Supervisor, blogger, entrepreneur, and founder and creator of Equality Magazine. The Be Herd guest list continues to impress and Erica-Paige Scott joins an already stacked roster. Tune in and learn more about another young, intelligent, and successful black businesswoman ready to make her mark in the industry! Enjoy! #TrunksUp Connect with Erica! Instagram - @erica.paige.scott (personal), @equallity_mag (magazine) Website - http://www.ericapaigescott.com/
Erica is a Les Mills BodyPump and spin instructor, who shares her experiences with being in the fitness industry. Both from making it through training to not looking like the fitness instructor on the posters. Margaret on Recess.tv - recess.tv/with/@Grapes-and-Gains Book Email List - https://mailchi.mp/b594462bd38b/fck-the-freshman-15 Margaret's Email - email@example.com
This is part 2 of 2 episodes of talking spanking with Erica Scott. Although the audio quality is not as good as past podcasts, it is not too bad. I'm learning as I go and will try making these over the phone interviews better in the future.
This is part 1 of 2 episodes of talking spanking with Erica Scott. Although the audio quality is not as good as past podcasts, it is not too bad. I'm learning as I go and will try making these over the phone interviews better in the future.
Meet Erica Scott, CEO of Civilian Connections who work with executives making their companies twice as productive, at a reduced cost, by employing the qualified talent of military veterans.We do not do without work bringing veterans into the workplace after their service. Erica is an incredible human being who has combined her passion for helping people and her interest in the military to support veterans finding work.
On this episode of Vision Matters, CEO of Civilian Connections (@civilianconnections), Erica Scott, talks about her experience as an HR professional and how people with small businesses and startups can build an efficient team that drives the company forward. She also talks about how she had to change her lifelong dream led to an even bigger purpose for her. Leave a message and let me know what you think of the episode: https://anchor.fm/visionmatters/message Link is in the description. If you love the podcast subscribe, write a review, tell a friend and make a donation to keep the podcast going: https://anchor.fm/visionmatters/support Also let me know what you think of this episode, you can find me on all social platforms at @the_realE and comment on the podcast at @VisionMattersPod on all social platforms. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/visionmatters/message
What You Need to Know About Hiring Veterans in 2020 with Erica Scott
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Erica is the CEO and Founder of Civilian Connections, a company that helps veterans find meaningful work in the community. Lindsay and Erica talk about the benefits of hiring veteran employees, how they can set an example for the rest of the organization and how to retain those individuals as a company. - Hiring Veteran Employees - Retaining Veteran Employees Connect with Erica: https://www.civilianconnections.com https://www.instagram.com/civilianconnections/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericascott3/
2019.05.10-Deep Dive on White Plaza Town Center Project (w/ Matthew Tiews), News Roundup with Guest Reporter Conor Richards, Spotlight with ASSU Executives Erica Scott and Isaiah Drummond
Ken Der is in the studio and takes a Deep Dive into the White Plaza Town Center Project and other efforts to improve student social life on campus with Associate Vice President of Campus Engagement and project leader Matthew Tiews. Ken Der also Spotlights newly elected ASSU Executives Erica Scott and Isaiah Drummond, who speak about their backgrounds, experiences, and goals as Execs. Plus, headlines and news stories of the week from Gillian Brassil, The Stanford Daily, and Stanford Journalism student and Peninsula Press reporter Conor Richards--who has a look at animal rights activism. For more information about the White Plaza Town Center Project and to become involved with the effort, visit the Stanford Town Center Website at https://stanford.io/2HiH9f4 And, as always, find us (most) anywhere you listen to podcasts, and be sure to follow us on Twitter @relativelyround! (Cover image by stanforddaily.com)