Achieving the Peak of Wellness with Judy Mackey and Brenda Smith
Peak Into COS
With a passion for wellness and people, Judy Mackey and Brenda Smith became the owners of the Garden of the Gods Resort and STRATA Wellness. Listen as we uncover the story behind their business model and their goals for the future. Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss our next episode! Send any questions or inquiries to Media@VisitCOS.com. Thank you to this episode's sponsor, Downtown Colorado Springs.
CWH - EP10 - Don't Let Your Past Stop You - Brenda Smith
Convos with Heroes
Brenda Smith is a 3 year Army veteran who has built an amazing career, but her story is unlike any other. Listen to how she overcame life challenges to now be the Director/Head of Supply Chain Equity for Lyft. #ArmyVeteran #ConvosWithHeroes
Peter Wybenga en Bas Vlugt gingen tijdens Marketing Report in gesprek met verschillende gasten.Te gast in de uitzending waren: Ard Bossema, Director Marketing & Strategie bij Grolsch; Maarit van Zalk, eigenaar Podcast Factory and Earforce; Brenda Smith, Director Marketing & Customer Experience bij AS Watson en Nienke van de Streek, Managing Director Marketing en Communicatie bij Aldi. Ook sprak René Zeedijk over de nieuwe nummer 1 in de radiomarkt, de overname van Talpa door RTL, een nieuw record aan online aankopen in Nederland en Vogue Magazine.In Marketing Report ontvangen presentator Peter Wybenga en sidekick Bas Vlugt, elke derde dinsdag van de maand, bepalende spelers uit de wereld van de marketingcommunicatie. Ze gaan in gesprek over innovaties en trends in media, creatie en data.Marketing Report is elke derde dinsdag van de maand, tussen 18:30 en 20:00 uur, te beluisteren op New Business Radio. Na de uitzending is het programma terug te luisteren als podcast (o.a. via Apple Podcast en Spotify) en op de portal www.marketingreport.nl.Marketing Report op New Business Radio is een initiatief van Media Meetings & Magazines en Mediabureau ZIGT en wordt gesponsord door Logitech for Business en Clarity.
ComebaCK INTERVIEW #187 - Brenda Smith - The Boy They Call Fish - Love Of Vietnam
Brenda Smith is an 87 year old grandmother who spent three months every year in Vietnam, assisting children for the ‘Christina Noble Children’s Foundation’, having originally arrived in 1995. Upon arriving in Vietnam, she struck a friendship with an orphan, ‘Minh An’, born with a rare skin condition which leaves his skin extremely flaky, hence his name ‘fish boy’, ‘ca’ in Vietnamese. Brenda and Minh Anh have a special friendship, and Vietnam has a special place in her heart. Absolute pleasure to chat today. Disclaimer: The audio isn’t the best, but it doesn’t shadow the content quality. You can find out more by watching the documentary at: https://youtu.be/xb3abI2S_q4
The Cannabis Business Coach Podcast Episode 33: Brenda Smith, CB Capital Concierge
The Cannabis Business Coach
The Cannabis Business Coach Michael Zaytsev interviews and coaches Brenda Smith, Founder and Managing Partner of CB Capital Concierge, a boutique capital advisory firm that helps investors and entrepreneurs succeed in Cannabis business. Brenda Smith is a high power business leader. After working at top financial institutions (Merrill Lynch, PNC Securities, Bernstein Private Wealth Management) Brenda built and sold her own international coaching business. She also taught Enterprise Leadership at Carnegie Mellon where she helped to commercialize new technologies developed at the university. Brenda led the U.S.-Israel Economic Development initiative for the exchange of entrepreneurial ventures. She has advised Next Act Angel Fund on strategy, as well as the Financial Women’s Association on investment management. She serves on the Board of the American-Israel Cannabis Association (AICA) and chairs a group for Tiger 21. On this episode, Brenda offers an array of insights into the Cannabis investment landscape including how to raise and deploy capital for your Cannabis businessthe future of the industry beyond federal legalizationthe right way to evaluate Cannabis business growthhow Covid pulled the legal industry forward several yearswhat are the essential attributes of effective Cannabis leadersand much more. In the coaching portion, Mike Z helps Brenda with one of her clients who is in the midst of "the entrepreneurial dilemma" aka "what got you here won't get you there."Recorded on 1/13/2021Additional Resources:The Cannabis Business BookWhat Got You Here Won't Get You There: How Successful People Become Even More Successful Let's Get High Together! Enter your email to receive resources and support from Mike Z First NameLast NameEmail AddressSign UpI value privacy very highly and hate spam. I’ll only email you if something cool is happening. You’re welcome to email me anytime. Thank you!
Brenda Smith, Executive Assistant Commissioner, Office of Trade, at U.S. Customs and Border Protection, joins the Trade Guys to discuss an important issue – how the United States investigates and prevents imports of products made with forced labor.
Executive Assistant Commissioner at CBP - Brenda Smith
Women in Trade
In this episode, the Executive Assistant Commissioner, Office of Trade, at U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Brenda Smith, shares her insight on the field of international trade. In welcoming the next generation of trade professionals, she says, "Come on in the water's fine!" Listen in as she shares her advice for choosing a career path and for creating mentor/mentee relationships. Information on the Executive Assistant Commissioner role can be found here: https://www.cbp.gov/about/leadership-organization/executive-assistant-commissioners-offices Guest Bio: Brenda Smith is the Executive Assistant Commissioner, Office of Trade, at U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Since 2014, Ms. Smith has overseen a diverse portfolio of trade enforcement, security, and facilitation matters to enable legitimate trade, contribute to American economic prosperity, and protect against risks to public health and safety. Her work ranges from enforcing over 500 U.S. trade laws, to overseeing 14 trade agreements with 20 countries, to directing CBP’s seven Priority Trade Issues. She oversees national compliance audits and the management of trade data,along with CBP’s regulatory process for administering trade and border operations.