In this episode, Christina Manceor speaks with Allison Clendaniel (BM 2014) and James Young (DMA 2012). Just to name a few facets of their diverse work, Allison and James are performers, composers, and performing arts presenters based in Baltimore. Alongside their colleague Jason Charney, they co-founded Mind on Fire, a cooperative of highly trained musicians whose goal is to eliminate barriers in classical and contemporary music. On the podcast, we discuss the challenges of balancing freelance work as creative artists, why it’s important to look at success as a process, and how their work with Mind on Fire has evolved over the years. Allison’s website: www.allisonisonline.com James’ website: www.jamesdavidyoung.com Mind on Fire website: www.mindonfire.org Upcoming Mind on Fire Virtual Variety Show, feat. Bashi Rose, Natalie Draper, and Orlando Johnson April 21, 8pm – www.twitch.tv/mofbaltimore Recorded Feb. 25, 2021 2021 Intro music by Dmytro Nebesh. Audio editing by Greg Hays. Logo by MegDig Design.
Episode 172: Who are you James Young? Trey Dalton of The Basketball Process comes on board The Sports Rabbi Show to talk Young, Hoops & More on Episode #172
The Sports Rabbi
The Sports Rabbi welcomes aboard Trey Dalton from The Basketball Process as we talk all about Hapoel Tel Aviv’s brand new signing James Young. Dalton has worked with Young over the past few years as he talks all about what the former NBA 1st round pick will offer to his new team after starring last year with Maccabi Haifa. We also look back at Trey’s career and the work that he has done in a plethora of countries around the world. Subscribe to The Sports Rabbi Show on iTunes, Spotify or Google Podcasts.
Martin is the Head of Financial Crime at Paragon Bank Group and James Young the Head of Compliance and Enterprise Risk at Kantox. Martin is a highly knowledgeable and experienced Financial Crime leader who has worked with the likes of Accenture, Barclays and comes from a MOD investigator background. Martin is also a business mentor and now a Podcast specialist! James has worked at some interesting businesses and comes from an Insurance background but has gradually moved into the interesting world of FinTech. James is a speaker, mentor, volunteer, and now part of the Steering Committee member for RAW Compliance. In this episode Jermaine is joined by Martin and James to discuss: FinTech v Traditional Banking Why are customers choosing to move to FinTech banks? What can traditional banks do to ensure they retain and increase their customer base? How 2020 has been from an MLRO’s perspective. Financial Crime challenges for 2021? From a mental health perspective, what else can businesses do to support their employees? Throughout Covid, how have you both successfully managed to keep your teams engaged? What skills and attributes do you look out for when hiring? (other Banking / FinTech perspectives)
A Boss Is One Who Guarantee We Eat ft. James Young | Episode 58
Everybody Eats Show
This week James Young, MBA, CPA, CFA, CMA, CSCA joins us to talk about his involvement in the community to help black business owners, entrepreneurs and professionals in the tax space. James has five certifications and is currently working on two more masters degrees and planning to go for his doctorate after. He talks about his journey through all the certifications and how he manages to continue pursing education and learning while not even finishing highschool. James is also active in NABA and other organizations with the intention to help young college students prepare for the work place by making sure they are equipped with resume and interview knowledge. Lastly, we cover some tax implications about LLCs and other business structures that are often overlooked when starting a business. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
How to Decentralize Your Product and Build Your Community w/ James Young Founder of Abridged
Welcome to our first episode of 2021! We're excited to have a packed episode with James Young. James is founder of Abridged, a technology stack to build and manage decentralized projects and maker of Collab.Land, tokenized community tooling. Previously he was at Zynga (Farmville), Moloch DAO, and MetaCartel. In this episode he talks with Sasha about:• How talking too much in class lead him to wanting to be a programmer• Raising funds from Vitalik Buterin for Moloch DAO• Lessons he brought to crypto after seeing the rise of Web 2.0 after the Dot-com crash• The qualities that define the crypto ecosystem• How social tokens can bring new social interactions between community members• Solving product problems with game theory• Incremental Decentralization vs. Progressive Decentralization• How technology can shape culture• Teaching students financial literacy through wallets• Product opportunities in the creator economyEpisode links:James Young: @jamesyoungMoloch DAO: https://www.molochdao.comAbridged: https://abridged.ioCollab.Land: https://collab.landMetaCartel: https://www.metacartel.org[Tool] Torus: https://tor.us[Tool] Blocknative: https://www.blocknative.com[Resource] Side Hustle Stack: https://sidehustlestack.co[Book] Debt: The First 5,000 Years by David Graeber[Blog post] The Ownership Economy by Jesse WaldenSasha Hudzilin: @AliaksandrHLearn more about the Open Web Collective accelerator and follow us online to keep up with new episodes: https://www.openwebcollective.com
James Young of Styx joins Nestor for pandemic talk of rock and roll dreams and Chicago history
Oh Mama, after almost a half century on the road, what happens when a band has too much time on its hands? For Styx guitarist and founder James Young, it was a “mirror, mirror on the wall” chat and a time to make history answering all of the hard questions Nestor ever had since he saw them on the Cornerstone tour in February 1980.
James Young (JY) of Styx promotes Lyric Video for "These Are The Times" and much more!! Sept 10, 2020
Pat's Soundbytes Unplugged!!
James Young (JY) of Styx promotes Lyric Video for "These Are The Times" and much more!!Cyclorama album on download and streaming platformsSongwriting ProcessRecording ProcessNew AlbumEarly Happy Birthday Tommy Shaw!February 22, 2020 - 50th Anniversary of Styx
The Evolution of Technology for Sovereignty with James Young
MetaSpace with Rachel Holmes
James and I discuss his work in block chain community organizations Abridged and Collab.Land, and how this technology can lead us to creating more sovereign lives. It's a cerebral topic that isn't always easy to follow especially if you are new to this world as I am. If it peaks your interest I encourage you to listen to this episode a second time so that the information can fully land on you. You can find out more about the organization James is affiliated with at http://collab.land/ For more on what Block Chain Technology is, go to- https://www.investopedia.com/terms/b/blockchain.asp--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/holmeshealing/support