The PR Maven® Podcast-logo

The PR Maven® Podcast

Business & Economics Podcasts >

The PR Maven® Podcast is the combination of traditional networking techniques combined with the power of social media to build your personal and professional brand. The podcast features interviews with industry leaders, top executives, media personalities and online influencers about public relations and their personal brand. Each week, Nancy Marshall, The PR Maven®, connects with a special guest to talk about their career, and business or organization, as well as the latest news and events that will give listeners a unique perspective on the world of public relations, marketing and personal branding, including actionable takeaways.

The PR Maven® Podcast is the combination of traditional networking techniques combined with the power of social media to build your personal and professional brand. The podcast features interviews with industry leaders, top executives, media personalities and online influencers about public relations and their personal brand. Each week, Nancy Marshall, The PR Maven®, connects with a special guest to talk about their career, and business or organization, as well as the latest news and events that will give listeners a unique perspective on the world of public relations, marketing and personal branding, including actionable takeaways.
More Information

Location:

United States

Description:

The PR Maven® Podcast is the combination of traditional networking techniques combined with the power of social media to build your personal and professional brand. The podcast features interviews with industry leaders, top executives, media personalities and online influencers about public relations and their personal brand. Each week, Nancy Marshall, The PR Maven®, connects with a special guest to talk about their career, and business or organization, as well as the latest news and events that will give listeners a unique perspective on the world of public relations, marketing and personal branding, including actionable takeaways.

Language:

English

Contact:

207-623-4177


Episodes

Episode 63: How to Find the Right Career Path and Excel with Jim Peacock

11/5/2019
More
About the guest: Jim is the principal of Peak-Careers Consulting offering professional development for career practitioners/coaches through workshops and online discussion-based seminars. He is a LinkedIn strategist, career coach and blogger. He is the author of A Field Guide for Career Practitioners: Helping Your Clients Create Their Next Move. For more than 11 years he was director of the Advising & Career Center at a community college, spent more than a decade as a high school...

Duration:00:46:03

Episode 62: Kurt Kleidon, President of Kleidon & Associates

10/29/2019
More
About the guest: Kurt Kleidon is the president of Kleidon & Associates, a marketing communications agency in Akron, Ohio. Kurt has more than 15 years of experience in marketing and media relations, with previous experience as a magazine editor and college professor. In his professional capacity, Kurt focuses on marketing strategy and helping his clients find the right balance between digital opportunities and traditional marketing efforts. With a background in storytelling, he truly...

Duration:00:40:11

Episode 61: Sean Riley, President and CEO of Maine Course Hospitality Group

10/22/2019
More
About the guest: Sean began running a 19-room motel & cottage business in Wells, Maine, in 1982 with his wife Dayna while teaching high school special ed., moving to a larger condotel three years later and then to a 130-room hotel, restaurant and marina. He switched full time into the hotel business, giving up his career as a teacher. The owner ran into financial trouble in the late 80s and put the hotel on the market. Although tough, Sean moved to Freeport to work as a front desk...

Duration:00:46:23

Episode 60: One-year Anniversary Party with Tim Cotton

10/15/2019
More
About the episode: Lieutenant Tim Cotton from the Bangor Police Department is a 22-year veteran officer with a fondness for upholding the law and having a sense of humor. His father was a police officer and he came off the beat in 1963. Tim didn’t follow in his father’s footsteps at first. Instead, he worked in radio, hosting local morning shows and writing newspaper articles. He sought out police work later in life compared to most officers. He had the inclination to go into law...

Duration:00:29:53

Episode 59: John Iannarelli, FBI Agent

10/8/2019
More
About the guest: John Iannarelli retired from the FBI after more than 20 years of service, during which time he was a member of the FBI SWAT team and participated in the investigations of the Oklahoma City bombing, the 9/11 attack, and Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords’ shooting. Among his many FBI assignments, John previously served in Washington, D.C. as the FBI national spokesperson and later on the executive staff of the FBI’s Cyber Division. He was a squad supervisor before becoming the...

Duration:00:42:44

Episode 58: Emma Dimock, Account Assistant at Marshall Communications

10/1/2019
More
About the guest: Emma is a recent Thomas College graduate with a degree in marketing management. She graduated in three years with a 4.0 GPA. In her final semester, Emma started working as an intern at Marshall Communications before starting her full-time position. In her role at Marshall Communications, Emma assists others in the office with research, analysis, communications, meeting facilitation and copywriting. Taking on projects from many of our clients, Emma uses her...

Duration:00:36:49

Episode 57: Megan Crowder, Account Manager/Social Media Specialist at Marshall Communications

9/24/2019
More
About the episode: Megan immerses herself in her clients’ industries. When you work with her, she’ll ask the right questions and use your answers to craft engaging social media posts, media pitches and press releases that will pique your audience’s interest so that they’ll want to learn more. Her enthusiasm and competitive nature serve her well in the social media realm, as she constantly looks for innovative ways to use the various platforms, and she stays on top of this constantly...

Duration:00:35:33

Episode 56: Chip Carey, Retired Chief Marketing Officer at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

9/17/2019
More
About the episode: With 46 years of experience in the ski industry, Chip Carey has held positions at many ski resorts across the country. Carey worked at Sugarloaf for 26 years, filling roles in sales, marketing and public relations. He also took on a position at The Canyons resort in Utah, where he was responsible for the NBC Today Show live coverage for 14 days of the Salt Lake Olympics in 2002. For four years, Carey worked across a network of eight resorts as senior VP of marketing for...

Duration:01:00:44

Episode 55: Alf Anderson, Executive Director of the Bar Harbor Chamber of Commerce

9/10/2019
More
About the episode: Originally from Connecticut, Anderson graduated from Nichols College in Dudley, Massachusetts, and spent the next 15 years on Boston’s North Shore, working in the academic publishing industry where he oversaw a national events program and later managed a sales team with annual revenues surpassing $8 million. In 2013, he continued moving north and settled in Bar Harbor where he has since lived with his wife, Heather. Alf developed an interest in marketing at a young...

Duration:00:49:10

Episode 54: Michelle Hood, CEO of Northern Light

9/3/2019
More
About the episode: Michelle Hood is the president and CEO at Northern Light Health in Brewer, Maine. She came to Northern Light Health (formerly Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems) in April 2006 from Billings, MT, where she was president and CEO of the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth Health System, Montana Region, as well as president and CEO of its flagship hospital, St. Vincent Healthcare. As president and CEO of Northern Light Health, she focuses on health care policy and design...

Duration:00:43:05

Episode 53: Russell Walters, President at Northern Outdoors

8/27/2019
More
About the episode: Born in the U.K., Walters has been involved in the outdoor industry since the early 1980s. A registered Maine guide, Walters has experience on the east and west coasts of the U.S., including a four-year term as general manager for O.A.R.S. in Angels Camp, California. Walters returned to Maine in 2000 to become president of Northern Outdoors, a four-season adventure resort located in The Forks. Walters serves on a number of local, regional and state organizations,...

Duration:00:48:56

Episode 52: John Waid, Founder and CEO of C3 – Corporate Culture Consulting

8/20/2019
More
About the episode: John Waid is the founder and CEO of C3 – Corporate Culture Consulting, a firm specializing in aligning an organization's culture with its strategic goals. John has worked in sales and marketing at Pfizer, PepsiCo, Nestle and Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery. During these experiences he developed a heightened awareness of the indispensable role people's attitudes play in implementing effective processes and procedures. This interest led him to study behavior in...

Duration:00:51:47

Episode 51: George Smith

8/13/2019
More
About the episode: George A. Smith of Mount Vernon has done a lot of things in his life, from writing comprehensive plans for rural Maine towns to managing statewide referendum campaigns. He served as executive director of the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine for 18 years, growing the membership from 4,000 to 14,000 and making it one of the state’s most influential organizations. George left SAM at the end of 2010 to write full time. He writes an outdoor news blog posted on his...

Duration:00:44:24

Episode 50: Building Network Maps

8/6/2019
More
About the episode: Word-of-mouth marketing is the most cost effective and impactful form of marketing and delivers the highest return on investment. This form of marketing is so successful because it comes from a genuine place in the customer’s heart and mind. An important part of word-of-mouth marketing is making connections with the people in your network, which can be made simpler through creating a network map. In this podcast, Nancy shares how the different groups in your network,...

Duration:00:30:35

Episode 49: Katie Rollins DelSignore

7/30/2019
More
About the episode: Katie Rollins DelSignore grew up in Augusta, Maine, where she was a three-sport athlete and graduated in 2005 from Cony High School as Maine Athlete of the Year. Katie was a four-year starter for the Women's basketball team at Harvard and graduated in 2009 with a B.A. in Psychology. Katie is the subject of a Showtime documentary “No Look Pass,” which followed her and her Harvard teammate, Emily Tay, during their basketball careers in college and overseas. Upon coming...

Duration:00:48:18

Episode 48: Gary Arndt

7/23/2019
More
About the episode: Gary Arndt is an awarding-winning blogger and travel photographer who has been traveling around the world since 2007. His travels have taken him to 200 countries and territories in the Traveler’s Century Club and 128 United Nations countries. He has also visited more than 380 UNESCO World Heritage sites and all 50 U.S. states. His blog, Everything Everywhere, is considered one of the best travel blogs in the world. It was named one of the Top 25 Blogs in the world by...

Duration:00:34:42

Episode 47: Lisa Desisto of Maine Today Media

7/16/2019
More
About the episode: Lisa DeSisto is the Chief Executive Officer for Masthead Maine which publishes six daily and twenty-three newspapers in Maine. The titles include The Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram, Sun Journal in Lewiston, and the popular Forecaster Newspapers. Lisa sits on the board of the Maine Press Association, the Associated Press, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare Foundation and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Maine. She hosts of a live event series; “Like A...

Duration:00:39:50

Interview with Lisa DeSisto of MaineToday Media

7/16/2019
More
Interview with Lisa DeSisto of MaineToday Media

Duration:00:39:54

Episode 46: Antoine Martel, Owner of Martel Turnkey

7/9/2019
More
About this episode: Antoine Martel of Martel Turnkey is a real estate investment expert from San Mateo, California. As a licensed real estate agent and experienced investor himself, Antoine helps new and seasoned investors realize their financial goals. His proven real estate investment strategies have enabled countless clients throughout California to realize passive income and financial freedom through out-of-state turnkey rental properties. Before he’d even graduated with a degree...

Duration:00:32:41

Episode 45: Matt Ginn of Evo Kitchen & Bar

7/2/2019
More
About this episode: Chef Matthew Ginn oversees menu creation and operations at Evo Kitchen + Bar, a 50-seat upscale and modern eatery located on Fore Street in downtown Portland, Maine. Ginn began his culinary career in 2006, cooking for a corporate restaurant in Arizona. His interest in the profession began much earlier: growing up in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, he took his first job at 14 picking strawberries for Maxwell’s Farm. During summers through high school and college, he worked in...

Duration:00:44:15