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Episode 21 of the Ignite Alabama podcast features Sheree Martin's conversation with Jack White, CEO and founder of Book-it Legal, an innovative startup in the legal space. Book-it Legal is a marketplace startup that helps law firms hire law students to do legal research, legal writing and other related work. Jack is a lawyer who spent a few yea ...…
 
Taylor Phillips, managing director of the new 501(c)(3) nonprofit Futureproof Bama is the guest on Episode 20 of the Ignite Alabama podcast. Alabama has, at most, a 10-year window to prepare for a future where 30% or more of the jobs that exist today will be replaced by AI, robotics and other automation technologies. The time to prepare for thi ...…
 
Matthew & Jesie Lawrence, owners of Marble Creek Farmstead, are my guests on episode 19 of the Ignite Alabama podcast. Marble Creek Farmstead is a sustainable farming operation in Talladega County producing pastured poultry and pork, along with a variety of produce and other specialty meats. One of the biggest challenges for Alabama poultry pro ...…
 
In Episode 40 Birmingham Shines the spotlight is on East Lake Farmer's Market, a program of Peer, Inc. to provide healthy food for the East Lake Community and market opportunities for Alabama farmers. Photos and complete show notes are available at http://birminghamshines.com/40 In this episode we hear from: Witt Farms in Hayden Benny Dixon of ...…
 
In this week’s show you’re going to get a taste of some of the innovative ideas in development by a few of Alabama’s brightest startups. The Birmingham Venture Club was kind enough to let me attend the first round of the inaugural Spark Match Pitch competition held May 26, 2016 at the Harbert Center in downtown Birmingham. Eight startups were s ...…
 
Jason Maddox, president of Vulcan Security Systems, in Birmingham, Alabama talks about IP video surveillance security technology and the commercial video security solutions his company provides. Clients include small manufacturers and industrial operations, warehouses, shopping centers, retail establishments, churches, daycare facilities, priva ...…
 
This week on Birmingham Shines my guests are Uma Srivastava, whois the product development manager for Pack Health, and M’kaylLewis, health adviser manager for Pack Health. Pack Health is a Birmingham startup founded by Mazi Rasulnia& Will Wright with a mission to help individuals suffering fromchronic medical conditions take ownership of healt ...…
 
Dr. Shelley Stewart, Birmingham businessman, radio legend, philanthropist and pillar of Birmingham, is the guest on episode 38 of Birmingham Shines podcast. If you’ve been in Birmingham very long you’ve probably heard some of Dr. Stewart’s story. I’ll just say that I was honored to have spent a couple of hours with Dr. Stewart in late March to ...…
 
This week's offers something of a hodge-podge, centered around the theme of out-and-about town. We start with the Birmingham Dance Walk event organized by Sherri Ross. Last Sunday, March 20 I hung out at Railroad Park for a while to be a part of the first Birmingham Dance Walk of 2016. It was the Dance Walk that inspired this episode to share s ...…
 
TEDxBirmingham 2016 was March 12 at the Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center on the UAB Campus. This episode features a recap of the ideas shared by speakers, through performances, and in a few short films interspersed throughout the event. The theme was Pure Imagination and the speakers and performances were curated into three sessions: Take a ...…
 
When I was three a lawnmower turned over on me and crushed my left temple, I have a noticeable but faded scar in the shape of a cross. I can actually remember bits and pieces of the moments before, during, and after the accident. My head on my mother's chest, covered in blood, as we raced to the nearest hospital 10 miles away. Today, I call it ...…
 
This week’s episode of Birmingham Shines features a conversation with Dr. Julian Maha, an emergency medicine physician and co-founder of KultureCity, an impact driven and award-winning nonprofit that is based in Birmingham but with a global presence. Dr. Maha and his wife conceived the idea for KultureCity after their oldest son was diagnosed w ...…
 
Katie Exum, publisher and editor of Alabama Trails magazine is the guest on episode 33 of Birmingham Shines. Rotary Trail in downtown Birmingham is the next trail set to open in Birmingham. Rotary Trail is part of a much larger trail system under development in the Magic City and surrounding areas. We are so blessed to have amazing outdoor recr ...…
 
My guest this week is Jason Carroll, one of the co-founders of Red Mountain Grace, a 501c3 nonprofit organization that offers residential space to out of town families in need who must be in Birmingham on an extended basis to receive medical treatment. As is often the case, the really good part of this episode comes in the last 5 minutes. Befor ...…
 
Teddy Zane, owner of Flex Fitness in Irondale, is the guest on episode 31 of Birmingham Shines. Health and fitness starts with food. “You can’t outtrain a bad diet,” Zane says. Teddy is an ACE certified trainer. Bodybuilding Awards include:--Mr. New York--Teen Mr. Upstate New York Flex Fitness is an awesome gym in Irondale, a suburb of Birminga ...…
 
Chef Tony Bayles started out working with food when he was an assistant to his uncle who ran a catering business. Today, Tony owns Bayles Catering and a popular take-out cafe in the Woodlawn community, which is in the midst of a community revitalization that's turning into a renaissance. In this episode of Birmingham Shines, Tony shares the sto ...…
 
Welcome to episode 29 of Birmingham Shines. I’m your host and producer Sheree Martin and this week’s show is about TEDxBirmingham: what it is, why it matters, who it's for and more. We also talk about what makes Birmingham Shine and what makes a person shine. My guest is Matthew Hamilton, someone I’ve been trying to have on the show since last ...…
 
Nelson Brooke has served as Black Warrior Riverkeeper since 2004. The nonprofit Black Warrior Riverkeeper organization provides leadership in protecting the Black Warrior River, one of the primary sources of drinking water to the City of Birmingham and several other surrounding municipalities and public water systems. Nelson explains why water ...…
 
This week’s guest is Susan Shoemaker, a Birmingham mixed media artist. You can find her work around Birmingham and online. Just search for pencilpress. Susan markets her work as pencilpress, which explains originated with her college art studies in printmaking and her love of drawing. And she also presses hard with her pencil. Hence, pencilpres ...…
 
Birmingham mother, wife and green cleaning entrepreneur Rebecca Davis is the guest on episode 26 of Birmingham Shines. Rebecca owns a cleaning business that uses only green cleaning products Rebecca makes at home. One of her clients suggested she begin selling the green cleaning products and that led Rebecca to the Co.Starters program offered t ...…
 
Industrial designer Scott Doty is the guest on episode 25 of Birmingham Shines. We talk about the power of and importance of design in all facets of life and business. We also get into tips and resources to help boost creativity and innovation, regardless of skill or experience. Full show notes at http://birminghamshines.com Please support Birm ...…
 
This week’s guest on Birmingham Shines is writer T.K. Thorne, author of the award-winning novel Noah’s Wife. Noah’s Wife received ForeWard Magazine’s Book of the Year Award in Historical Fiction and T. K. has received a number of accolades and much critical acclaim for her fiction and non-fiction works, including Angels at the Gate, another nov ...…
 
George Kobler, an attorney in Huntsville, Alabama who practices in the area of intellectual property, is the guest on episode 16 of the Ignite Alabama podcast. IP law encompasses patents, which is the focus of today’s conversation, as well as copyright law, trademarks, and proprietary information that falls within the realm of trade secrets. In ...…
 
Lawrence Sheffield knew from a young age that he wanted to work with his hands, his heart and his mind and that college was not in his plans. His love of woodworking inspired a vision to start a training program to help young men learn both job and life skills through woodworking. That vision led to the creation of Magic City Woodworks, a 501c3 ...…
 
Episode 15 of the Ignite Alabama podcast is a quick recap of two panel discussions from Rocket Hatch's Investor Day about how to pitch to and work with VCs and angel investors. Full show notes available at http://ignitealabama.com
 
Teresa Thorne, executive director of the City Action Partnership, is the guest on episode 22 of Birmingham Shines. She describes the role of the CAP team, the services they provide, and shares an example of how the CAP officers go beyond the "call of duty." Teresa is a former Birmingham police officer and she shares some of the reasons she thin ...…
 
Welcome to episode 14 of the Ignite Alabama podcast. I’m your host and producer Sheree Martin and this show is about sparking innovation and entrepreneurship throughout Alabama. This week’s guest is Antonio Montoya, an entrepreneur and one of the forces behind RocketHatch, a creative community and startup space in Huntsville, Alabama. The Rocke ...…
 
Stacey Hood is my guest on episode 21 of Birmingham Shines. Stacey is in the midst of launching Old Swole Podcast, a crossfit focused show for the over 35 crowd. Stacey and I talk about the importance of real food, physical activity (doesn't have to be crossfire, just move), sleep, body image and more. My new show, Discover Grow Shinecast, also ...…
 
In this bonus episode of the Ignite Alabama podcast, Deon Gordon & Nichol Welty of REV Birmingham deliver the when, what and how to submit your business idea to the 2015 Big Pitch Competition. PNC has put up $25,000 in prize money for this year's event. The deadline for applications is currently set for September 4, 2015. A panel of judges will ...…
 
To Your Health Sprouted Flour Company in Fitzpatrick Alabama is the recipient of the Alabama Launchpad 2015 award for Outstanding Achievement in Innovative Manufacturing. These awards will be presented at Alabama Launchpad’s annual Innovation Conference in early September in Birmingham. Today’s guest is Peggy Sutton, who co-founded To Your Heal ...…
 
The word "Kuumba" means create. Deidre Clark is bringing innovative programs to Ensley to inspire and train kids in the creative arts. The latest program will provide training and mentoring in the field of graphic design and offer high school students the chance to gain valuable job skills and a portfolio to supplement college applications and/ ...…
 
E. J. Reedy of the Kauffman Foundation is the guest to talk about the 2015 Kauffman Index of Startup Activity. We cover the Index methodology and look at some of the characteristics of Alabama's dismal 49th place ranking. Find out more at http://alabamaignite.com
 
Journey Beyond with Mwendo Adventures. Episode 19 of Birmingham Shines features a conversation with Joe Caruga and Jason McCracken. Joe is a native of Kenya who moved to Birmingham to study. Jason is a Birmingham entrepreneur. They met at Dawson Memorial Church and that led to travels to East Africa and the formation of Mwendo Adventures. Mwend ...…
 
Greg Sheek, director of Launchpad Programs, gives us an in-depth look at the Alabama Launchpad, a program of the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama. Greg describes the Launchpad startup competition, time frame for submission (currently running 3x per year), and the types of feedback that entrepreneurs who go through the competition rec ...…
 
This week’s guest is Deon Gordon--if you’re civic minded and under 40 you probably know Deon. If you’re over 40 and civic minded you’ve probably heard of Deon, even if you don’t know him personally. Deon is one Birmingham’s champions and just an all-around super nice guy. In March 2015, Deon assumed the role of director of business development ...…
 
Tony Megna, founder of BDI Labs, is the guest on episode 9 of Ignite Alabama. He gives a look at MediaBit, the first product in the Internet of Things product line that BDI Labs will roll out over the next few years. BDI Labs recently finished its season with the GIGTANK Accelerator Program in Chattanooga and is in the middle of a Kickstarter c ...…
 
"Fear of Failure" is a theme that has come up frequently in early episodes of Ignite Alabama and in my general conversations about what holds people back from becoming an entrepreneur or taking action to go for a goal or dream. Dr. Gabriella Cacciotti's research centers on the "fear of failure" concept as it relates to entrepreneurship. We spok ...…
 
In this episode, I talk with Dr. Scot Duncan, associate professor at Birmingham Southern College and author of Southern Wonder: Alabama's Surprising Biodiversity. The focus of the conversation is on the economics of protecting nature--from the value of ecosystem services to the economic growth we derive through outdoor recreation and tourism to ...…
 
David Sher is a Birmingham businessman who started the Comeback Town blog in 2012 to spark a conversation about change in Birmingham. David's goal is to have a conversation about hard questions that many have said should not be asked because the effort would be futile. Perhaps the tide is turning now, due to the Comeback Town Blog's growing rea ...…
 
In this episode of the Ignite Alabama podcast we take a big-picture look at 3D printing technology from the perspective of Dr. Kenneth Sloan, UAB professor of computer science and director of the 3D Print Lab at UAB. This episode of Ignite Alabama is the introductory episode to 3D printing technology, also known as additive manufacturing. Dr. S ...…
 
This week we have another writer on the show, my friend Carla Jean Whitley. Carla Jean is one of the first people I approached about being on Birmingham Shines because I know how much she loves Birmingham. We decided to time her appearance on the show to coincide with the release of her new book, Birmingham Beer: A Heady History of Brewing in t ...…
 
In episode 6 of Ignite Alabama we met Jake Wright and Cole Kinchler, two of the co-founders of SimplyProse, an online writing platform, that is making some noise in the start-up world. Jake and Cole are senior business majors at Auburn University. In this interview, Jake and Cole explain how they came up with the idea as part of the Tiger Cage ...…
 
Some stories are meant to be told. The Caldwell Family’s story of survival is one example. Albert and Sylvia Caldwell met at Park College in Missouri and embarked (on their wedding day) in 1909 on their journey to Siam to become missionaries. By February 1912, before the terms of the missionary appointment had been met, the couple and infant so ...…
 
The Ark Labs in Florence, Alabama is a start-up that is developing technology to combine artificial intelligence with smart devices and the internet of things to monitor and control residential and commercial water usage. The technology will help to boost water efficiency, reduce insurance claims due to water damage, and reduce demands on local ...…
 
MotionMobs is a mobile-first app development company headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama. In episode 4 of Ignite Alabama, Taylor Wyatt, co-founder and president of MotionMobs, talks about the history and business growth of MotionMobs but the focus of our conversation is on the process of planning a startup from idea to launch and the benefits ...…
 
Mark Kelly, publisher of Weld for Birmingham, is the guest for episode 13 of Birmingham Shines. If you’re in Birmingham, you know Mark as a writer and voice for change in Birmingham and in Alabama. In today’s show we talk a little bit about the founding of Weld for Birmingham, but our main focus is a conversation about bigger questions like the ...…
 
Episode 12 of Birmingham Shines features Jennifer Skjellum, president of Tech Birmingham, a nonprofit that provies education, professional development and networking opportunities for tech professionals, entrepreneurs and companies with IT departments. Jennifer is the executive director of Central Alabama chapter of Angel Investor Management Gr ...…
 
In this episode of Ignite Alabama I talk with Jennifer Skjellum, executive director of Tech Birmingham and the Central Alabama chapter of Angel Investor Management Group. Jennifer moved to Alabama from Starville, Mississippi when her husband became chair of the Computer Science department at UAB. She's a successful tech entrepreneur with severa ...…
 
Soluble Therapeutics, Inc. was formed in 2008 to commercialize technogy developed by UAB researchers. This HSC™ Technology helps to deal with a bottleneck in pharmaceutical R&D--the identification of appropriate biologic solutions to deliver protein-based drugs. In 2010 Dr. Joseph M. Garner came on board as CEO of Soluble Therapeutics, Inc. to ...…
 
Kyle Sandler began his career as a teen radio DJ and ended up in Menlo Park, California, where he became friends with employees of Google in the very early days. Kyle ended up taking a job in marketing with Google as employee #240 and the rest, as they say, is history. After cashing out of Google, Kyle founded The Droid Guy and eventually sold ...…
 
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