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Mike Kearney, Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory

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Adversity is never the end of the story. Authenticity. Determination. Trust. Grit. No matter how experienced you are or what industry you’re in, the basics of great leadership are universal. In this podcast, we’re bringing you the voices of leaders who put these attributes into action.
 
A native of Goldsboro Tom Kearney grew up listening to WPTF and was a particular fan of Carl Goerch. Educated at Wake Forest College and the University of North Carolina Tom taught for several years before joining WPTF in 1982. Along with various other shows and duties, Tom has hosted theTom Kearney Show (Openline with Tom Kearney) since December,1988. Tom's program is a general interest talk/interview show that he hopes is edifying and entertaining.
 
Fire Element Sessions Mixed by Andherson All The Best & New in Trance Music, Every 2 Weeks. Genre: Trance, Pro gressive, Techno. Genre: Trance, Progressive, Techno Bio: Jorge Alberto Caballero Diaz aka. DJorge Caballero, Andherson borned in Mexico, D.F. On July 24, 1990. SUPPORTED By PAUL OAKENFOLD, Manuel Le Saux, Many others artist Nowadays jorge possesses infinity of tracks produced and remixed, in which all the electronic styles such as electro, tech trance, tech house, etc. For him does ...
 
SUB CULT has been at the forefront of contemporary techno for more than a decade, with its inception in 2007, when label boss Aka Carl established the imprint and set on his path of relentlessly developing the genre. The record label became a launching pad for nowadays renowned artists like Fer BR, Miche, Rydel, Luky RDU to name but a few, who recognized Carl’s vision and eagerly joined the trendsetting techno community with a hardgroove domain of that time. The roster of artists and list of ...
 
Servicemembers from across the military, sharing their accounts of combat and survival. Hosted by sports talk radio host and Army veteran, Mark Zinno, this podcast brings you firsthand accounts of war, with a perspective you only get from someone who has lived through it. From WWII to Vietnam, Somalia, and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, hear inspirational stories of service and resiliency from those who have fought on and off the battlefield!
 
When talking about the built environment, we would do well to remember, "We shape our buildings, and afterwards, our buildings shape us." Therefore, on each episode, we'll discuss the latest trends from IAPMO in plumbing and mechanical safety, sustainability, and resiliency. Join me, your host Christoph Lohr, and together, we'll explore the ways we can make our buildings shape us for the better.
 
The WHY I HELP (WIH podcast) provides a growing media channel to individuals who are helping others in their community, state or nation to better their lives. WIH interviews business leaders, sports figures, celebrities, philanthropists, and humanitarians who created or are major supporters of charities, charitable foundations, scholarships, etc., or individuals who are just doing good work. The purpose of WIH is often overlooked in today’s world. WIH communicates good news and positivity th ...
 
This podcast is meant to be a conversation for those who love human movement and want to improve their craft. Our intention is to have a fun conversation with experts in the vast field of Human Movement Science, because we found ourselves doing that anyway. We hope you enjoy listening, and perhaps you’ll learn something along the way! It's hosted by Adam Wolf & Jessica Carlin, owners of The Movement Guild.
 
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Daniel Kearney grew up as an Army brat but now calls Georgia home. After earning a Marketing degree, Kearney commissioned in 2002 as a Second Lieutenant. In his 19 years of service, he has 13 combat deployments including one in the well-known Korengal Valley of Afghanistan. Colonel Kearney continues his service and, at the time of this recording, s…
 
Eric and Tre Dissect the NFL playoffs opening weekend. The guys touch on the Cowboy's win over the Niners and what this means for Daks legacy. They also talk about the Bill's perfect game against the Patriots. What's next for the Raiders at head coach, and just how far can the Rams go.By EndZonePodcast
 
John Wayne Troxell enlisted in the U.S. Army as an armored reconnaissance specialist in 1982 and later served on 5 combat deployments including 2 during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Troxell capped off his military career by serving as the Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff during the Trump administration. Although his …
 
Brian Andrews and Jeffrey Wilson both served in the U.S. Navy, Andrews on a fast-attack submarine and Wilson as a Combat Surgeon with the U.S. Marines and Navy SEALs through multiple deployments. After serving, both have moved on to writing military thrillers. Their latest endeavor, Sons of Valor, is the first book in their new Tier One series, a W…
 
Eric Jensen, Tre Watkins, and Joe Rowles First dive in and break down the closing stretch of the Broncos season. The numbers say the Broncos are a top ten offense but anyone who watches the games would beg to differ, why the disparity? Then the guys deep dive into the Titans, why the Tannehill regression? Can the Titans survive in the playoffs? Plu…
 
Colonel John "Coke" Blocher received his commission from the Air Force Academy in 1999. He is a senior pilot with more than 1500 flying hours in the A/OA-10 "Warthog" and the AT-38 as an instructor pilot. Blocher was on the ground with the U.S. Army on March 20th as they breached the berm into Iraq, fought battles in Tallil, Al Kifl, Karbala and Ba…
 
Eric Jensen and Tre Watkins Start by recapping a great Monday night football game, why were the Cardinals so flustered at the end of the game, what does this win mean for the Rams? Then a debate breaks out, whether Josh Allen is a game changing runner, Tre does not think so. Plus Micah Parson's DPOY bid and previews of major week 15 games including…
 
Welcome to Season Two of The Authority Podcast: Plumbing and Mechanical. This season will be a little bit different than Season One. In Season Two, each episode will feature three short sections with three different guests. Our first section will be policy and things that are impacting jurisdictions. Our second segment will be news and information …
 
Command Chief Master Sergeant William Markham had a 30 year career in the Air Force starting in 1986. During that time he directed several airstrikes and in 2001, he was the first Airman in Afghanistan as a Combat Controller attached to "Triple Nickel" which he later received a silver star for actions of gallantry. After his retirement, Markham con…
 
Get ready for Season 2 of The Authority Podcast: Plumbing and Mechanical! This season will be a little bit different than Season 1. In this season, each episode will feature three short segments with three different guests. Our first section will cover policy and things that are impacting jurisdictions. Our second segment will cover news, informati…
 
Ryan Robicheaux grew up in Arkansas where he earned his Pilot's license in high school. After witnessing the tragedy of 9/11, Robicheaux enlisted in the Army National Guard and after college became Army active duty where he attended Warrant Officer Candidate School. He was awarded a slot to fly the OH-58D Kiowa Warrior. Robicheaux deployed twice to…
 
Gregg F. Martin, PhD, Major General, US Army (Retired), served on active duty for 36 years, until May 2015. He is a combat veteran, Bipolar Survivor, Airborne-Ranger-Engineer qualified soldier, and Army Strategist. He commanded an engineer company, battalion, the 130th Engineer Brigade in combat during the first year of the Iraq War in 2003-04, inc…
 
As a B2B, B2C, and public service leader, Vanessa Allen Sutherland, EVP Government Relations and CLO at Norfolk Southern, knows a thing or two about how organizations can be compliant with laws and also about the nuances of policymaking. She talks with Resilient CLO track co-host Lori Lorenzo about the dual responsibility corporate lawyers have—to …
 
Kevin Haley joined the Army at 21-years-old as Military Police. His position quickly escalated to Protective Services Detachment (PSD). His work included guarding USAREUR HQ and the USAREUR 4 Star General's house. In addition, Haley was asked by General David McKiernan to deploy to Afghanistan as his PSD mission leader from 2008 to 2009. Support th…
 
Timothy Grovenburg is a U.S. Army Veteran who joined the Army in 2017 and became part of the 101st Airborne Division. He relatively quickly deployed to Erbil, Iraq for a 9-month tour where he experienced moments of uncertainty. All of that time encouraged him to start Easy Company Outfitters, a boutique apparel brand delivering premium vintage Hawa…
 
Mike Lamonica served 24 years in the Air Force as a Combat Controller (CCT). It was more than just a job for him - it was what he was built for. The passion he had for the job is something you still hear in his voice today. Over the course of his career - which spanned from the first Gulf War up to 2011 - he executed multiple combat jumps and playe…
 
Martha Minow, Harvard Law School professor, former dean, litigator, and board director talks with the Resilient Future of Trust track host Don Fancher about the parallels between trust issues in our society and what we face as professionals. Her take on the future of trust? Building and maintaining trust can only be accomplished with empathy and re…
 
Partly inspired by his grandfather’s stories of combat and survival from WWII, David Bellavia decided to enlist as an Army Infantryman. It was pre-9/11, and the world was relatively quiet. Fast forward to the early days of OIF, and Bellavia is now in the thick of it, experiencing combat like his grandfather had. One of those battles - taking place …
 
Laura Nicholson is a British Army Air Corps aviator who has flown multiple combat tours in Afghanistan. Her bravery under fire while flying Chinooks during one of those deployments earned her the Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC). During the operation for which she was awarded the DFC, she not only braved Taliban rockets to save a U.S. Marine, but s…
 
Ray McPadden is a former Army Ranger, serving with 2nd Battalion/75th Ranger Regiment. Inspired to serve after 9/11, he began his time in the Army as an Infantry Officer with the 10th Mountain Division. Between Iraq and Afghanistan, he served four combat deployments, spending nearly two years fighting along the Afghan-Pakistan border during one of …
 
Eric Jensen and Tre Watkins are joined by Joe Rowles to recap a hugely busy week in the NFL, starting with a recap of the Denver Broncos loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. Then the guys talk about the shocking resignation of Jon Gruden and deal out some conspiracy theories about other unsavory figures tied up in the mess (38:33) Then how go…
 
Sara Wilkinson is the wife of Navy SEAL, Chad Wilkinson. After 21 years of service, Chad took his own life - the result of the compounding effects of blast wave injury, TBI, and PTSD. He left behind Sara and their two teenage children. Sara's story is one of triumph, heartbreak, resilience, and strength - the strength that Sara not only displayed a…
 
Dick Thompson is a Vietnam combat veteran and Green Beret. When he started his military career, he volunteered for the most dangerous path he could take, ending up in Vietnam with MACV-SOG, where he served as a Team Leader. With MACV-SOG he conducted covert unconventional warfare operations, never knowing if he and/or his entire team would return t…
 
It's not often that we get someone from the AC-130 community on the podcast, but this time we were lucky enough to get someone who is a bit of an establishment in the community. Bill Walter is a retired Air Force Chief Master Sergeant and former AC-130 Gunner. He has played key roles in the AC-130 world for decades. In this episode he talks about h…
 
How can leaders build, maintain, and restore trust during times of disruption and uncertainty? In this first episode in the Future of Trust special series, Susan Irving, CMO of Kruger Products joins Jennifer Lee managing partner, Deloitte Growth Platforms, with host Don Fancher, Deloitte Global Forensic leader to discuss the trust journey Kruger an…
 
This episode is all about leadership - leadership in combat, in government, and in business. Tommy Sowers is a former Green Beret who is also a multi-sector leader in the political, military, government, academia, and entrepreneurial worlds. He and Mark also worked together during Mark's first deployment to Iraq. Following multiple Iraq combat depl…
 
Growing up on a farm in Kentucky, Luke Coffey had an urge from a young age to join the Infantry, turning the agrarian landscape into a makeshift battlefield whenever he could. After high school and a short attempt at college, he made joining the Infantry a reality. He would see two combat deployments in one relatively short enlistment - one to Iraq…
 
From an early age, it was Tyler Mendelson's dream to become a United States Marine. His father was a Marine, and he wanted to serve his country after 9/11. He also grew up about an hour and a half from NYC, and his father had helped with the World Trade Center recovery effort, so the attacks hit extra close to home. His second dream was to become a…
 
Rick Dickson's initial combat deployment was to Diyala Province, Iraq in 2006. He spent 15 months there with his unit, when violence in the country was reaching an all-time high. It was combat and survival in the truest sense. Following that deployment he would go on to become an Armor Officer through the Army's Green to Gold program, and eventuall…
 
Eric and Tre get together one last time this off season to talk about playoff locks, pre season notes from week one on the Broncos, Titans, and rookie QB's. Plus awards picks for 2021, and four coaches we belive will be fired at the end of 2021. Then finally the guys wrap up the show by revealing there final fours and who will win the Super Bowl. S…
 
If ever there was a warning shot for the detrimental effects of long-term, sustained combat operations on soldiers in modern warfare, Curtis Grace's deployment to Afghanistan in 2012 fits the bill pretty well. In this episode, Grace talks about that greuling deployment to the Panjwai District of Afghanistan, a Taliban stronghold. A deployment that …
 
Eric Jensen and Tre Watkins close the off season with one of their favorite segments, QB rankings. The guys discuss the top ten and then odds and ends of some random QB's around the league. They finish with some pre season mullings on rookie wide outs being injured and pre season games in week 1 to track. Soccer talk (2:55) Deshaun Watson (8:00) To…
 
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