Want to know what works in the non-profit space? Rachel Black at Chai and Beyond is a master at creating show-stopping non-profit campaigns that work and generate money for her clients.Designing non-profit campaigns that convert is a challenge.It needs to be pretty, but pretty without solid strategy and data is worthless.Rachel shares many valuable tips and tricks that have worked for her--and will help you develop a process that works both for you and your client.PLUS: learn about how she keeps things fresh year after year and one of the coolest things she has designed.
In this episode of Delivering, host Jason Rodriguez chats with one of his friends about how they use email, think about common email marketing practices, and how email marketers can make their campaigns more valuable for everyday subscribers. Delivering is brought to you by Litmus. Litmus is the only platform that helps you send email with confidence, every time. Over 600,000 marketing professionals use Litmus' tools to build, test, and analyze better email campaigns faster. Head over to Litmus.com to start your free 7-day trial of Litmus, and start sending better emails today.
12. Rachel Black, owner of Harry the King Charles Cavalier
The Healthy Dog Pod
Harry’s health has been a concern from an early age and it has affected his behaviour and has required a combined effort of training and management from Sophie and Ian with the help of veterinarians. Rachel speaks openly about the toll it has taken on her and her partners' health and the realities of pet ownership when it doesn’t go exactly to plan.
Rachel Black Graves: The Power of Womxn, Intentional Community & True Inclusivity
Rachel Black Graves is an ex-corporate warrior turned community builder, boundary expert, mindest, and fitness professional. She is a trainer, coach and owns her own gym in the greater Hartford area. She is passionate about helping womxn realize their health and fitness goals without becoming a slave to the via intense, efficient workouts, sustainable nutrition, accountability, and empathy. She helps folks shed the old stories of shame and tap into inner strength they didn’t know they had. In an industry asking womxn to shrink down, she asks them to stand up. In a culture that tells them to be smaller, she wants to help them get stronger. In a time when womxn are told to stay quiet, she wants to help them find their unique voice. In a world that engrains self-loathing in womxn from the time They can speak, she wants to teach self-love and self-care as a way of BECOMING exactly who they are supposed to be in this world. In this episode, we dive into: ● How a near-heart attack in Rachel’s early twenties (from stress) created a cataclysmic shift in her life plan. ● How important it is to honor the “heart invitations” even when they are scary and/or inconvenient. ● How focusing on SERVING instead of GETTING has created a community that is incredibly loyal to Rachel’s gym and community. ● The responsibilities we have as humans and wellness leaders to unpack our unconscious biases and conditioning around body size, race, gender, and sexuality and sex-workers. ● As a health and wellness leader, the importance of doing your homework on someone else’s cultural identity (it is as important as understanding their health). ● What is beautiful in other cultures is not necessarily what is considered beautiful in OUR conditioning. How it tears someone’s sense of self and pride away from them. Projection. ● What true inclusivity means: It is not just talking, but walking the walk (including race, body size, gender identity, economic status, and even sex positivity). ● How complete self-acceptance in our CURRENT body leads to faster inner and outer transformation at an accelerated pace, while bringing more peace. You can find Rachel at: Rachel Black Graves on IG & Facebook Fit Body Bloomfield on IG & Facebook You can find Beth at: @bethclaytoncoach on Instagram www.soulbodylife.com Grab your free e-book, “The Secrets in Your Sabotage” at www.soulbodylife.com/free-stuff Beth’s TedX RIGHT HERE.
Rachel Black Graves is a gym owner and coach hailing from Connecticut whose big hair is evenly matched by her voracious personality. Rachel has been building a very special community in her gym, so special in fact that people talk about it in speeches on the other side of the country when Rachel is not even in attendance. In this episode we discuss how she builds that community, and how it is evolving over the years.
Interview with Rachel Black from The Humane League
Vegan Styled Life
On today's podcast, I talk to Rachel Black who is the Philadelphia Grassroots Director for The Humane League. She is in charge of coordinating all of the work in the Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey areas. She is a graduate of Temple University and resides in Philadelphia. Rachel talks about her journey from becoming vegan to an internship with The Human League, and some tips on how you can become involved in animal rights.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vegan-styled-life/support
In this first episode for 2019, Chris covers EU funding for open source, EU cyber security, accessibility, open source controversies and the apocalypse. Interview segment with Rachel Black, Technical Evangelist for Lisk, where we discuss the company and tech evangelism in the blockchain space.
The Humane League: Rachel Black, Senior Volunteer Coordinator
SoFlo Vegans Podcast
Rachel Black, Senior National Volunteer Coordinator for the Humane League joins us to share their organization’s mission, address misconception surrounding animal rights activism and how listeners can get involved. https://www.soflovegans.com/soflo-vegans-podcast-w-the-humane-league-episode-004/