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Golf is a tool for business but playing golf won’t get you a promotion. It is what you do on the course that will. Tune in and hear why golf matters on and off the course. Learn how to use your time on the course strategically and how golf can position you for your next opportunity.  
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Golf is a tool for business but playing golf won’t get you a promotion. It is what you do on the course that will. Tune in and hear why golf matters on and off the course. Learn how to use your time on the course strategically and how golf can position you for your next opportunity.  
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    WHM- Copper Cunningham, Equestrian, Actor, & Golfer

    WHM- Copper Cunningham, Equestrian, Actor, & Golfer

    New #TeesMe podcast episode alert with Copper Cunningham, Equestrian, Actor, & Golfer

    What you will hear on this episode:
    • Progress.
    • Becoming an Equestrian
    • From Actor to Educator
    • Teaching District 75
    • “Active” Retirement
    • Having a good time on the golf course
    • Favorite tournament, Larry Holmes, Heavyweight Boxer
    • Talking to strangers, Copper’s networking strategy
    • Me trying to learn Equestrian small talk beyond horsetrack racing
    • Kentuky Derby golf outing, are you in?
    • Golf Goals - Play More
    • When Copper fell in love with golf


    Copper Cunningham is a retired Educator for the NYC Dept of Education. She is an Actor, Writer, and Photographer. As a child growing up in Chicago, Copper was encouraged to explore a wide range of activities including horseback riding. Being an Equestrian, she loves horses and now she also loves golf. Copper came to NY and was encouraged to become a model and an actor. After a career in film and modeling, she went back to school to pursue a Master of Education at Long Island University. She wanted to make a difference and for 24 years, Copper worked for district 75 teaching children with special needs. A few years before retiring Copper decided to try golf and fell in love with it. Even after retirement, Copper continues to work in the schools and help make a difference with children that benefit from her attention the most. Copper is a member of SAG-AFTRA, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated and the LPGA Amateur Golf Association, NYC Chapter.For the beginner golfers, Copper is proof you can start playing and have fun with anyone, its up to you.

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    What you need to know:
    https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0192276/
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/copper-cunningham-b7b70239/
    IG: @coppercunningham

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    • 28 min
    WHM - With Economist Kathleen Camilli

    WHM - With Economist Kathleen Camilli

    New #TeesMe podcast episode alert with the Economist, Kathleen Camilli

    What you will hear on this episode (Sirens, because this is the soundtrack of NYC):
    • What it means to be an expert Economist
    • Females do get invited to play golf, even when pregnant
    • The power of a supportive CEO
    • Family, is not career limiting event (when you have the support of leadership)
    • Serving on Not-For-Profit boards
    • Fast paced sports: Skiing, Sailing, Golf?
    • Sharing her father’s love of sailing
    • Golf is important for business and assessing character
    • Lifelong learning - Crypto-Assets
    • The next genreation of Female leaders & joining a board
    • Be Intentional- Have a plan, build a network
    • Women Startups/VC/Angel Investors - Now is the Time
    • Advice - Play the long game

    Kathleen Camilli is one of the nation’s leading economists, highly regarded by investors across the world. Her insights and forecasting track record have helped corporations avert financial disaster and preserve capital for decades. She brings gravitas to the boardroom, plus a wealth of money management and operating experience.

    Kathleen founded Camilli Economics in 2004, to address the growing need for independent economic analysis after the passage of Sarbanes Oxley. Kathleen is a sought after speaker, and regularly speaks to associations of CEOs, CFOs, COO’s, bankers, corporate treasurers, and other financial professionals. She has appeared on CNN, CNBC, and The News Hour with Jim Lehrer, Nightly Business Report, and Bloomberg Business News where her views are highly regarded internationally by investors. Partnering with the Center for Information Mapping at the Parson’s School of Design, in 2005, she formed Economic Mapping, LLC. This entrepreneurial initiative was founded to mine and map economic data using advanced mapping technology.

    Named as one of the top five economic forecasters by the Wall Street Journal, Kathleen called the turning point of the tech bubble in 1999 and 2000, and the recession in 2001, which earned her a number one performing forecaster by the WSJ and Business Week. She is the author of several articles, including “Reserves Forecasting for Open Market Operations” published in the Federal Reserve Bank of New York Quarterly Review in 1986 and still cited.

    Kathleen has served on many not-for-profit boards, including the National Association of Business Economics, National Council on Economic Education, the Epiphany School Foundation, the Windham Mountain SKITA, an organization that is preparing young athletes to compete nationally and internationally (Olympics) representing the USA. She is active in organizations such as the National Association of Corporate Directors, the University of Delaware’s Governance Centers, KMPG’s Audit Institute, the Conference Board, the Forecasters Club, the Asia Society, and the Women’s Global Forum (Davos).

    Kathleen is an avid skier, sailor, and swimmer. She is a voracious reader of non-fiction and a life long learner. She and her husband Peter, a liquidity, funding, and risk expert, reside in New York City. They have two sons.

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    Website: www.camillieconomics.com
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    • 35 min
    WHM - Robin D. Stone, LMHC Psychotherapist, Author, Speaker

    WHM - Robin D. Stone, LMHC Psychotherapist, Author, Speaker

    New #TeesMe podcast episode alert with Robin D. Stone, LMHC Psychotherapist, Author, Speaker

    What you will hear on this episode
    (besides wind because I thought it was a good idea to host this interview on the roof):
    • Sometimes words aren’t enough, holistic mental health
    • Expressive Arts and Talk therapy
    • Mental Wellness, stigma, & Golf
    • Bells, lights & enthusiastic golf minds
    • A first date, Black Jewels Ladies Golf Association, & adopting the game
    • On the course, character, temperment (insert Wizard of Oz wind here) & mindfulness
    • I always feel like somebody’s watching me
    • Being “Judge-y”, a-ha I see patterns & golf therapy?
    • Get comfortable in any room, you deserve to be there
    • Golf (not the subway) is for talking to strangers

    Robin D. Stone is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, at Positive Psychology Associates, a progressive group practice in Midtown Manhattan.

    After completing her undergraduate degree in journalism at Michigan State University, she enjoyed a successful career as an editor and writer at a number of newspapers and magazines. This included The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Detroit Free Press, as well as Health magazines. Robin D.Stone was the Founding Editor-in-Chief of Essence.com, and former Executive and Deputy Editor of Essence. She also served as the Vice-President/Print of the National Association of Black Journalists, and as the President of the NABJ's New York chapter. Robin has been writing about mental and physical health, food, nutrition and holistic living for more than 20 years.

    Robin is the author of No Secrets, No Lies: How Black Families Can Heal from Sexual Abuse. She was the editor of The Black Woman's Guide to Healthy Living and My Times in Black and White: Race and Power at The New York Times. Robin is also the creator of the documentary THICK, in which Black women explore self-care by engaging with the stories of their bodies.

    All of her training and work led Robin to who she is today: a steward for personal growth and transformation. With a Master’s in Applied Psychology from New York University, and a Master's in Health Arts & Sciences from Goddard College in Vermont, Robin uses expressive arts to help clients understand how culture influences their thinking and being.

    By incorporating Transformative Language Arts, narrative and creative arts therapies she supports clients coping with trauma, grief and loss, stress, and difficult couples and family dynamics. Robin also trained as a Health Coach at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.

    She helps people on their journey, and why not start now?



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    What you need to know:
    Website:
    https://www.robinstone.com/

    Her Book: No Secrets, No Lies
    https://www.robinstone.com/no-secrets
    No Secrets, No Lies is a powerful and daringly honest resource guide for families seeking to understand, prevent, and overcome childhood sexual abuse and its devastating impact on adult survivors.

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    • 1 hr 7 min
    WHM - “Own Your Story” with Jacki Arnic of 2iron Marketing

    WHM - “Own Your Story” with Jacki Arnic of 2iron Marketing

    New #TeesMe podcast episode alert with Jackie Arnic of 2iron Marketing

    What you will hear on this episode:
    * A 2 Iron? Hitting the Most Pure Shot
    * Oh Oregon, not the Trail
    * “Dad, I got it”, #GirlDad #GirlDadGolf
    * No squad, build your own
    * The intimidation factor
    * Finding love at TopGolf
    * at 2 years old she will be ready to golf #babyGolf
    * Underutilized. Women’s Golf Scholarships
    * Go Device Free for Golf Rewards?

    New #TeesMe podcast episode alert with Jackie Arnic of 2iron Marketing

    Raised in Sutherlin, Oregon, Jackie began playing golf in high school with the mens golf team. Within 2 years, she formed the First Ladies golf team for her high school. Over a few years, her dream team would win the championship. She then joined the ladies golf team at the University of Montana and played all of her 4 years in college.

    With a passion for golf, Jackie started her career in retail jobs at several golf courses during college and right after. Jackie stepped out of the golf industry for some time and missed it. She slowly started to get more involved again by giving lessons off and on, helping out at junior golf camps, volunteering with First Tee, and at tournaments. During that time, Jackie was often trying to educate women on everything they missed out on by not going to the company or customer golf outings. She would emphasize that not feeling welcome, was not a reason to miss out.

    Eureka, it was at that moment Jackie saw the problem that she planned to solve. She recognized the golf industry’s inability to reach and convert interested potential golfers because they are focused on the wrong things in the communication, programs and community outreach. In 2016, 2iron Marketing was formed. ”We are having to become very innovative in how we connect and encourage millennials and younger generations to play the game. Their values are different than that of previous generations. In order to grow the game, it’s about more than the game. Its about true
    inclusion, benefits outside of the golf course, community, fitness, presence on social media, collaboration, networking opportunities, programs for growing families. All of these things play
    a factor in someone’s decision to take the interest they gained in golf from venues like Top Golf
    and decide to visit a real-life golf course, purchase a new set of clubs, buy those FootJoy or Ecco
    golf shoes. All of these things are connected but unfortunately the golf industry is not driving this narrative.”, says Jackie.

    2iron Marketing is a dedicated marketing and consulting agency focused on the golf industry and the gaps businesses have in reaching their target audience. The company is dedicated to the growth of the game through strategic player development by properly positioning golf industry businesses to reach, communicate, and collaborate with their target audiences.


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    What you need to know:
    LinkedIn:
    https://www.linkedin.com/company/2ironmarketing/
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/jacki-arnic-golfmarketing/
    Website:
    www.2ironMarketing.com
    IG:
    @2ironMarketing

    Products Referenced:
    @nextlinksgolf www.nextlinks.com
    @golphinforkids www.golphin.com
    @operation_36 www.operation36.golf
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    • 1 hr 7 min
    BHM - Kelley Pierre of All Access Golf

    BHM - Kelley Pierre of All Access Golf

    New #TeesMe podcast episode alert with Kelley Pierre of All Access Golf.

    This conversation is like running into your best friend at the store and catching up for hours.

    What you will hear on this episode:
    * How Kelley got into golf and met Buddy Cooper
    * The Gentleman’s Factory, where dreams become reality
    * Inclusion - All Access
    * The USGA Lanyard, putting mats, and authentic networking
    * In BK, Yo means Oye
    * Recap of The Black Golf History Month event with Toure, Debert, NNGA, and LJ
    * Confidence at St. Andrews in NY
    * Ranger Stories
    * Unlucky, a hole in one that gets you fired from your job
    * The Gentleman’s Factory event with Children & Golf
    * The Will Smith Challenge with Tiger Hood - coming to BK with All Access Golf
    * Keeping it 100, why @MindaHarts of @theweeklymemo words matter for men too (Episode 6)
    * Kelley, the walking encyclopedia. John Shippen. Shady Rest. 1964. Scotch Plains Country Club.
    * Coping strategies for men, is golf enough?


    About
    Kelley Pierre is the CEO and founder of All Access Golf. All Access Golf is a company aimed at increasing the visibility, relatability, and accessibility for minorities in the sport of Golf.

    Raised by proud Haitian parents, Mr. Pierre grew up in Brownsville, Brooklyn. He played HS Football and won the championship in his senior year as the starting quarterback. He graduated from Medgar Evers College, a senior college within the City University of New York (CUNY), majoring in social & behavioral sciences. Kelley went back to school and obtained his MBA in Finance from Long Island University.

    While working on his MBA he was exposed to the game of golf and fell in love. He starting rangering at Marine Park Golf Course in Brooklyn and learned about the Golf Industry. In 2018 he started All Access Golf and has been thriving ever since.

    He currently works at a major brokerage firm and is an active member of the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA).


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    What you need to know:
    Website: www.AllAccessGolfLLC.com
    IG: @AllAccessGolf
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    • 1 hr 7 min
    BHM - "The Connector" Dale Favors, Adaptive Growth Leadership

    BHM - "The Connector" Dale Favors, Adaptive Growth Leadership

    New #TeesMe podcast episode alert with "The Connector" Dale Favors

    What you will hear on this episode:
    * The Soul Cup
    * Showing up, Corporate or Casual golf
    * Friendly bets and competition
    * The forces motivating you to practice - bragging rights
    * From Wall Street to Consulting, career pivots
    * Play to your strengths

    About
    Dale Favors is founder and Managing Partner of Adaptive Growth Leadership, a strategic leadership and sales consulting firm.
    Dale spent 26-years as a financial professional working in sales and sales management for firms such as Morgan Stanley, Bloomberg, Royal Bank of Canada, Piper Jaffray and Thomson Reuters. Dale has built relationships with some of the world’s largest hedge funds, asset managers, corporations and public pension plans, advising them on securities transactions and their usage of financial data and technology.
    Dale attended Florida A&M University, where he graduated with an MBA and undergraduate degree in business and finance. Mr. Favors is certified in Lean Six Sigma performance methodology. Dale is a passionate volunteer for youth sporting activities. He is an avid golfer Started playing in college at Florida A&M University, in 1989.
    He is also a Professor of Microeconomics at the Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University in NJ. In this role, he is responsible for providing a platform for students understanding of the key economic concepts, cycles and data that impact global markets.

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    What you need to know:
    Website: www.AdaptiveGrowthLeadership.com
    IG: @DaleFavors

    Courses worth mentioning
    TPC Sawgrass, Florida
    Caves Valley Golf Club, Maryland
    Bandon Dunes, Oregon
    Streamsong Resort, Florida

    Glossary
    Terms (if you’re going to gamble)
    * Skins -A skin is won by a player who posts the lowest score on a hole among all players in the game. The low score must be unique among all scores (no ties). There are potentially 18 skins in an 18 hole match. The value of a skin is determined by the participants in the match.
    * 1-on-1 match play - The player earns a point for each hole, opposed to stroke play, in which the total number of strokes is counted over one or more rounds of 18 holes. In match play the winner is the player with the most points.
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    • 45 min

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