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You've read Quality magazine; now it's time to listen. On the job, in the car, or at the end of the day, Quality magazine's podcast channel provides you with industry news and engaging interviews that keep you up-to-date, informed, and entertained.
 
CFO Podcasts dig deep into case studies and interviews with subject matter experts in corporate finance. These finance-driven podcast discussions delve further into topics that senior finance executives care about—everything from non-traditional budgeting processes to cloud technology to M&A growth strategies. Our podcast collection provides the insight you expect from CFO in a convenient, portable format for senior finance professions to enjoy on-the-go.
 
Welcome to Roaming the Earth - the stories & adventures of people who are jet setters, nomads & explorers - from pilots, journalists, touring musicians and photographers to van-lifers, backpackers, and thru-hikers. Come join me every week as we hear tips and tricks from these travel experts from around the world.
 
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Special Guest: Mary Calliste Mary's love for travel started at the age of 16 when she left the Spice Island of Grenada for an extended visit to the U.K. Mary has traveled to several countries since and has been sharing her travel and faith journey by way of story-telling with hopes to inspire, empower and equip others for moments in their own journ…
 
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Special Guest: Drew Gilmour Drew Gilmour is 58 years old and is a retired U.S. National Park Service Chief Ranger with 32 years of service. During his Career in the NPS he worked in ten National Park as well as detailing to many other sites and other government agencies on law enforcement, wildland fire, Homeland Security and other risk assignments…
 
Have you ever dreamed of traveling the world serving others? This episode explores the life of Ashlee Redd on one of her many trips around the world to Uganda. Her faith based mission trip took her on a mission to spread her faith as well as provide education and water to communities in Africa. She discusses the problem that the community faces wit…
 
In this Advent Special of the Foreign Policy ProvCast, Mark Melton speaks with Walter Russell Mead about his annual Yule Blog series, which begins on Christmas Eve and runs through Epiphany on January 6. Mead explains that he originally created the Yule Blog several years ago because Americans have forgotten so much about the holiday’s religious gr…
 
Matt Wild is a lifelong adventurer who spends most of his free time outdoors... from hiking, backpacking and camping, to trail biking, all the way to kayaking, and even surfing. When it comes to travel his preference is always a good old fashioned road trip to somewhere new and exciting. His mission over the past decade has been to find the balance…
 
In this episode of the Foreign Policy ProvCast, Mark Melton and Marc LiVecche bring back the “Dark Ops,” Providence’s podcast movie reviews. They discuss the Netflix series The Liberator, which came out on Veterans Day last month. It’s an animated series with four episodes and is based on a book by Alex Kershaw. The miniseries tells the story of Fe…
 
Alexys is a 27-year-old Los Angeles native who’s gotten really good at traveling on a budget, loves going outside of her comfort zone to experience new cultures, & says “yes” to any new type of food abroad. Within a 6 year period she had ventured to 50 countries, while going to school and then later working full time. She started her instagram page…
 
We talk with Brandon Dodge North American Director of Operations for Weir Oil & Gas about his article "Offline cementing drives savings and efficiencies" on page 32 in the October 2020 issue of World Oil. Find out how thinking differently about the way we have always done things can lead to huge breakthroughs in efficiencies. Send questions and fee…
 
Gary Arndt is not your regular traveler - He is a photographer, a world renowned travel blogger, a podcast host for “Everything Everywhere” and he even owns an NFL Franchise. He embodies traveling and garners an impressive list of places he’s been to - including visiting all 7 continents of the world, 204 countries and territories, 50 US states and…
 
The conversion of Flash content to HTML5 has become more important than ever. It all started when Apple rejected Adobe Flash saying it is too proprietary to run on any of its systems. Gradually, other platforms and devices also discontinued using Flash, which finally led the company to take the decision of stopping the updates and distribution of t…
 
Special Guest: Kristy Sumner In 2014, Dr. Kristy Sumner coupled her passion for travel, history and the paranormal when she formed Soul Sisters Paranormal, an all-female team, made up of Sumner, her two sisters and two friends. The investigators of Soul Sisters Paranormal travel to some of the most historic and, reportedly, haunted locations in the…
 
Starting on September 27, the war between Azerbaijan and Republic of Artsakh resumed. Also known as Nagorno-Karabakh, Artsakh is a region within Azerbaijan that is predominately Armenian, and since 1994 has been controlled by Armenians. The war ended on November 10 with the Armenians of Artsakh losing most of the territory it had controlled. In thi…
 
Vitor Rodrigues began taking photographs only three years ago and his photographs will stop you in your tracks. He has an obsession with photography and it shows in his work. He is avid traveler, backpacker and outdoor enthusiast. In this episode, he shares some of his tricks and tips, his camera & backpacking gear, and favorite locations. Show Not…
 
We talk with Stephen Forrester (Content Development Manager) and Alberto Leal (Business Manager for Argentina and Bolivia) from Gyrodata about their article "Optimizing artificial lift in highly deviated wells using analysis of high-density tortuosity and bend data" on page 34 in the October 2020 issue of World Oil. We examine case studies and lear…
 
Anastasia Gorelova is a producer and journalist for Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty. She is also a creative producer working in an international media company in Prague. She has worked with Reuters and the BBC. She has covered events such as the Pussy Riot Trials, the World Cup, the Olympics, and the NATO summits to name a few. She has a passio…
 
Alec Sills-Trausch's love for the outdoors stems from his family. At a very young age, he was introduced into the world of adventure. From being dragged kicking and screaming as a kid, to now waking up before sunrise or staying up through the night to snag the perfect shot. He combines adventure travel and photography to inspire others to enjoy mot…
 
Charley Radcliffe grew up in London with a family who loved to travel frequently. But it wasn't until he was in university, that he began having the urge to not just visit places, but explore them extensively. For Charley, that came through living somewhere and learning the language. He lived in San Sebastian, in the north of Spain for a few years …
 
Tim Stroeks is an avid thru hiker, adventurer, and outdoorsman who currently resides in the Netherlands. He comes from a family of travel enthusiasts who enjoy hiking, climbing and cycling. This wanderlust that runs through his blood, has been a prevalent theme throughout his life. Tim has cycled Southern Sweden, completed the coast to coast walk i…
 
In this episode we talk with Dr.s Wylde and Taylor, from Clariant Oil and Mining Services, about their article on page 37 in the May issue of World Oil. We learn how Non-MEA triazine-based scavengers decrease the occurrence of amorphous polymeric dithiazine solids, providing a best value-driven chemical solution to mitigate H2S issues in the field.…
 
SPECIAL GUEST: Carsten Coles New Zealander Carsten Coles has lived and worked across the world before settling in Sheffield, where he lectures in English and publishes travel mag Run Wild. The magazine was inspired by a course featuring talks by editors of Delayed Gratification and Cereal. ‘That was when I knew I really wanted to do my own magazine…
 
Ruslan Sirota is a Grammy award winning pianist, composer and producer. Ruslan has been touring, performing and recording with major artists, such as Stanley Clarke, Black Eyed Peas, the Alicia Keys, Seal, Josh Groban, Ne-Yo, Chick Corea, George Duke, Kamasi Washington and countless others. Show Notes: Intro: The episode opens with an article about…
 
In this episode of the ProvCast recorded on September 10, executive editor Marc LiVecche speaks with senior editor Keith Pavlischek about a variety of themes that emerge from an initial discussion of the Kyle Rittenhouse shootings in Kenosha. Topics include vigilantism versus just force, contextual factors—such as provocation—that complicate easy c…
 
Todd Snyder is the Founder / CEO of Lost Faces of Humanity Foundation, an NGO focusing on the refugee crisis in East Africa. Todd has traveled to over 90 countries as a businessman, trailblazing photographer, and father, whose socially conscious work sheds light on what many choose to ignore. His passion for capturing struggles and triumphs of the …
 
In this episode, Nadine Maenza talks about religious freedom issues in the Middle East, especially in Iraq and Syria where the Yazidis suffered genocide starting six years ago. First, she explains the role of the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), of which she is vice-chairman, and how its operations differ from the US State…
 
Special Guest: Vitnija Saldava Vitnija (pronounced as Whitney) Saldava is a true world citizen, born in the small Eastern European country of Latvia, but now living and working all over the world. She speaks 6 languages and has lived in 6 different countries, now residing in the UK. For the first half of her career she worked as an international ne…
 
Nothing like a pandemic to disrupt traditional industry tradeshows where we interact and discover productivity improving products. Listen to relatable conversation with a key Phillips Precision distributor, product representative, and customer as they navigate this uncharted business environment and maybe discover their “COVID” silver linings.…
 
Special Guest: Soyla Flor Soyal was born San Diego, California and raised in Los Angeles. She has traveled to countries, lived in Paris, France to study Art History, and in Rishikesh, India to study Hatha Yoga. After working in the fashion industry and marketing as an entrepreneur, she made a very big career change. In 2015 Soyla was hired as a fli…
 
Special Guest: Dominique Ritchie Dominique is a full time vanlifer with her blue heeler, Kaia. She travels the world in her van sharing her stories through her blog and her own podcast, Roaming Roads. She wanders earth hoping to make a difference by empowering people to live a meaningful life, spreading awareness, kindness and love to each communit…
 
Special Guest: Amado Dehoyos 1:04 Amado discusses the book that changed the course of his life. Dehoyos has traveled to a 117 countries (including Antarctica), alongside 430 UNESCO sites. 5:33 A former engineer for SpaceX, Amado discusses the transition to following his dreams to explore the world. He discusses his travels to Rome and Machu Picchu.…
 
Welcome to the Roaming the Earth podcast. In this short introductory episode, Drea Castro discusses her love for the outdoors, her passion to find other explorers with a similar need to roam the Earth and why she decided to start a podcast that delves into the lives of these nomads. The episode opens with one of her adventures at the Grand Teton Na…
 
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