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Frank Kelly

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Episode 22 Frank Kelly (Better Decisions, Fewer Regrets)

L.O.S.T -LIVING OFF STRUGGLES & TREASURES

Frank talks about how his organization "No Drugs America" got started, family, being a grandfather, how losing his mom changed his life, raising awareness about drugs, being married over 40 years, overcoming drug addiction, rejoining churching, his relationship with God, his experience with having COVID 19, working in the community, impacting the lives of families and children, and working with community partners to better the community in which he lives, and surrounding areas. Website- nodrugsamerica.org Office- 760-951-4951

38mins

17 Jul 2021

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Episode 147 - Faith in the Family Business with Frank Kelly III

Faith Driven Entrepreneur

Frank Kelly serves as CEO of Kelly & Associates Insurance Group, Kelly & Associates Financial Services (KELLY Payroll/KELLY Work Comp), KELLY Exchange Services, and KELLY Integral Solutions – collectively known as KELLY.As a group insurance administrator, broker, and consultant specializing in health care, KELLY has been recognized as the largest employee benefits administrator in Maryland and one of the largest in the Mid-Atlantic region. Since Frank was named President in 1994, KELLY has grown from a corporate client base of 1,000 to more than 10,000. Annualized premiums and payroll administered and under management have risen from $20 million to over $4 billion.He runs the business alongside his brothers and on today’s episodes, he shared the unique challenges of running a family business, as well as the unique opportunities.

53mins

23 Mar 2021

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#31 JournalChat// Air Pollution & Health with Professor Frank Kelly

JournalSpotting.

Have you been wondering how that busy congested main road you commute along every day is bad for your health and the health of your patients?We chat with Professor Frank Kelly world expert on the impact of air pollution on health. This conversation will help us better understand how these pollutants are a dangerous exposure for many diseases and what is being done about it.We discuss:What are the different kinds of pollutants in the air?How we established a causal link between air pollution and health outcomes?What are the key organ systems affected by air pollutants?What is the current status in London, the UK, and the world regarding our ability to mitigate the effects of air pollution?Important links:London air: a world-class air monitoring networkBreathe London: the app to help people navigate air pollutionThe famous six city studyThe Oxford Street studyFor more episodes check out: journalspotting.com

55mins

21 Mar 2021

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Episode 30 - Don't Make a Game Your God with Frank Kelly

Faith Driven Athlete

Frank Kelly was a member of the first FCA Lacrosse Team in 1992 and played a major role in the founding and growth of the FCA Lacrosse ministry and FCA in Maryland. Kelly was FCA Maryland’s first board chairman, even before a full-time staff member was hired, and went on to serve in that role for 20 years. A former professional lacrosse player (National Lacrosse League’s Baltimore Thunder) and two-sport athlete at Cornell, Kelly walked us through the times in his life when sports were an idol and what changed when he put God above everything. Useful Links:One Foot in Business Another in Ministry

42mins

3 Mar 2021

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The Road Less Travelled | Frank Kelly

Career IQ 's Podcast

Den nos episodio cu Artist & Forager Frank Kelly nos a tene un combersacion interesante di su trayectoria personal y su decision di tin un bida unda eta sigui su diferente pasion nan y traha di esaki su entrada tambe.Den e episodio aki Frank ta mustra nos cu no tur ora mester sigui caminda cu sociedad kier bo sigui pero cu ta mas importante pa bo traha bo mesun caminda, bo mesun carera y sigur porta nan lo habri pabo. Spoiler alter: Con pa sigui bo pasion den bida y laga un trabou of carera cu no ta fit bo?1.  Realisa cu unda bo ta no ta fit abo mas y keda trata tur hende ey nan bon (tin bon actitud semper)2. Si bo no ta tira bo curpa di pecho pa algo cu bo ta stima nunca bo lo sa si eta "make sense", y semper bo keda wonder3.  Realisa cu e pio cos cu por pasa ta cu bo mester bai buska un trabou back di nobo, y esey no ta malo at all - pesey semper percura pa bo tin bon record unda cu bo bai; semper cu un bon actitud. Pa mas informacion di Frank Kelly / Taki:https://www.instagram.com/taki_aruba/

1hr 2mins

28 Jan 2021

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Episode 5 – How the 2020 Elections Could Impact Nonprofit Investors — with Frank Kelly

Nonprofit Investment Stewards

With the 2020 Elections mostly over, what do investors, nonprofits, and charitable organizations need to consider in managing their portfolios?  To explore the answer, join Bob DiMeo, Devon Francis, and Deutsche Bank’s Head of Global & Public Affairs , Frank Kelly, in this episode. They discuss the impact the elections could have on investors, especially … Continue reading Episode 5 – How the 2020 Elections Could Impact Nonprofit Investors — with Frank Kelly →

36mins

18 Nov 2020

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Sopi Mix #011 Nos a hari te yora awe cu Frank Kelly aka TAKI in the house

Sopi Mix Studio

Frank a laga e corporate life y a cuminsa su mes cos.. souche pa bo mes!

1hr 5mins

16 Oct 2020

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Frank Kelly

Discovery

Long before most of us gave air pollution a second thought, Frank Kelly was studying the impact of toxic particles on our lungs. In a pioneering set of experiments on human volunteers in northern Sweden, he proved that pollutants, such as nitrogen oxides and particulates, are harmful to our health. And he is the driving force behind an air quality monitoring system in London that is the envy of the world. When in the late 1990s, the UK government was encouraging us all to buy diesel cars to help reduce our carbon emissions, he warned that while diesel engines might be less bad for the planet than petrol engines, they were more damaging to our health. Later Frank and his team provided evidence that the car manufacturers were not telling the truth about emissions from diesel vehicles. As the chair of the Government Medical Committee on the Medical Effects of Air Pollution, he has worked tirelessly to try and move air pollution up the political agenda and worked closely with successive Mayors of London to improve air quality in the capital. Changing all the buses from diesel to hybrid or electric vehicles would make a huge difference, he says. But we will also need to get used to relying less on driving our cars to get us from A to B.Presented by Jim Al-Khalili.

27mins

17 Aug 2020

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Krunching Gears - Kevin Glendinning speaks to Frank Kelly

Krunching Gears

This week on Krunching Gears I speak to Frank Kelly he tells about his time in Stock Cars, starting rallying in an FWD Fiesta, a few other cars before Baby Blue arrived. How daughter Lauren is responsible for all his adventures and much more besides!

1hr 23mins

2 Jul 2020

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Frank Kelly on air pollution

The Life Scientific

Long before most of us gave air pollution a second thought, Frank Kelly was studying the impact of toxic particles on our lungs. In a pioneering set of experiments on human volunteers in northern Sweden, he proved that pollutants, such as nitrogen oxides and particulates, are harmful to our health. And he is the driving force behind an air quality monitoring system in London that is the envy of the world. When in the late 1990s, the UK government was encouraging us all to buy diesel cars to help reduce our carbon emissions, he warned that while diesel engines might be less bad for the planet than petrol engines, they were more damaging to our health. Later Frank and his team provided evidence that the car manufacturers were not telling the truth about emissions from diesel vehicles. As the chair of the Government Medical Committee on the Medical Effects of Air Pollution, he has worked tirelessly to try and move air pollution up the political agenda and worked closely with successive Mayors of London to improve air quality in the capital. Changing all the buses from diesel to hybrid or electric vehicles would make a huge difference, he says. But we will also need to get used to relying less on driving our cars to get us from A to B. Producer: Anna Buckley

27mins

19 May 2020

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