THE ULTIMATE LOVE STORY INVOLVING ADDICTION AND RECOVERY“Support, Inspire, Empower.” The goals of Warrior Strength, a nonprofit recovery group founded by Frank Young who is the focus of this week’s Odyssey House Journals. He grew up in an addictive family and his problems began with his first drink at age 14. One year later he met Shaunell, the love of his life, AND THEY ARE STILL TOGETHER.
David DeAustin's good friend, Frank Young, joins the podcast to discuss his state record Bison and Moose hunts. Frank also happens to be a talented craftsman, and builds beautiful mount pedestals as well as full trophy room installations. For more info on Franks work check out the following: Frank Young on Facebook and Instagram Kifaru Become a Patron!
Frank Young, Part 1, The Great American Experiment of Homesteading the American West
In this episode, Anne Marie talks to Frank Young. Frank is from Bangor, Maine, but currently lives in Silver Plume, Colorado. He has dedicated his career as a steward of the land with the US Bureau of Land Management, Dept. of the Interior in the American West (BLM for short). In Part 1 of our Homesteading the American West series, Frank explains the history of the great experiment of homesteading the American West.ResourcesBureau of Land ManagementHomestead ActMoviesFar and Away (1992) TrailerThe Westerner (1940) TrailerCimarron (1960) TrailerSupport the show:Become a patron on PatreonBuy us a cup of coffee on Ko-fi
Newmark Knight Frank Young Guns (ft. Michael Fogel)
Data to Deals
Join two of NKF’s Young Guns, Ryan Tetrault and special guest, Michael Fogel as they discuss how they got their start in the CRE business, what the day-to-day life is like for a young real estate professional, and where the industry is headed with the next generation gaining momentum. They also provide behind the scenes insight into working on two of the most active capital markets teams in the U.S. and the top traits of brokers and principals that they work with on a daily basis. If you're a young professional looking to get into the business, you will not want to miss this episode! Recorded on June 11th, 2020
The Future of Payments with Frank Young, President of VMSS at Global Payments
Wharton FinTech Podcast
In our latest podcast, Peter Jankovsky (WG'20) is joined by Frank Young, President of Vertical Market Software Solutions at Global Payments, a leading worldwide provider of payment technology services. In this role, Frank is responsible for guiding and directing the firm’s efforts to leverage software and services to deliver the next generation of digital commerce solutions on a global basis. He leads the company’s efforts in achieving business results through software-led solutions in all of our markets around the world. In this extensive interview, Frank shares:- Major themes in the payments industry observed over his ~30 year career, including the evolution of e-commerce and the staying power of the major networks- His view of how COVID-19 is impacting the payments industry- The opportunity that he sees for embedded fintech, and how this represents a natural evolution from "knuckle-busters," electronic terminals, and integrated payments- His views on Big Tech's ambitions in financial services and how those will evolve going forward- Career advice for those beginning their career in FinTech Prior to joining Global Payments, Frank served as the Global Lead of Payments Partnerships at Google, managing a team of professionals developing and delivering innovations to support Google’s in-storeand online commerce goals. Previously, Mr. Young served as Senior Director of Business Development for Qualcomm, a worldwide leader in telecommunications products and services, where his responsibilities were to manage the development of mobile payments and commerce initiatives. Prior to that, Frank held senior roles at Mastercard and Accenture. He began his career with Chase Manhattan Bank. Franks holds an MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, where he was honored with the Dean's Award for Excellence, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Rutgers University.
More than a decade after making his final shot in a Mountaineer uniform, Frank Young still owns the school record for most three point field goals in a single season. Young's record setting senior year was the culmination of three years of perseverance that taught him the invaluable life lesson that good things come to those who wait. Today Young teaches that lesson and more as an assistant coach at Appalachian State University. Brad Howe and Tony Caridi bring us Frank's story and how a message from his mother as a freshman changed his career. The "Guys" return Thursday with their special 200th episode.
"Like David Lynch created Li'l Abner": Frank Young on the Dark Comic Genius of ELMO
Classic Comics Cavalcade
This week noted comic historian Frank Young joins Jason to discuss ELMO, a classic lost comic strip which Frank describes as "like David Lynch created Li'l Abner. As the conversation reveals, ELMO was a unique comic full of dark humor and strange characters, a fascinating portrait of post-WWII America and a hell of a great read. Even if you haven't read it, I think you'll enjoy the conversation -- and then you'll want to rush out and buy the collection on Amazon.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/classiccomics/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/classiccomics/support
Comics' Greatest Biographer, Bill Schelly, Part Two: Frank Young
Classic Comics Cavalcade
In part two of our three-part celebration of the great comics historian Bill Schelly, Bill's good friend, fellow historian Frank Young joins Jason to reminisce about Bill, sharing stories about Bill's commitment to greatness, his love for film, and the unique challenges of having a friend who wrote a book about which you are an expert. This was another wonderful episode of the show. You can hear Frank's deep love for his friend in everything Frank says, and I really enjoyed hearing more about Bill's methods, process and life well lived.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/classiccomics/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/classiccomics/support