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The last few years haven’t been easy for many nonprofits. And a recession now looms. But according to Joanne Gonzalez-Forster, “hundreds of nonprofits have discovered that younger givers – the next gen of philanthropists. -- are giving millions of dollars on apps, in monthly subscription-based fundraising and through cause-related connections to the brands they love or the brands they work for. Mobile giving by smart phone has increased 205 percent in the last year.” Gonzalez-Forster shares her knowledge and expertise with Mark Billings, CEO of Mosiac Consulting and Niki Chopra Richardson, Associate Director of TOArts. Live@5 airs on the third Tuesday of each month from 5-6 PM Pacific Time and can be viewed on YouTube, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.
Live@5 features a livestreamed roundtable on ESG – Environmental, Social, and (Corporate) Governance – and new SEC rules on how companies manage and report their ESG compliance. Did you know that Dun & Bradstreet now tracks your ESG rating and compares it to an industry standard, right on your D&B listing? The discussion is led by Jim Tyson, Senior Reporter for CFO Dive, and Laura Moreno Lucas, Partner at LAT VC, a venture capital firm investing in Latino-led businesses. Participants include Brent Baldwin, Senior Counsel, Legal & Regulatory Affairs, Direct Relief, one of the world’s largest NGOs, and Paige Kuroyama, a Partner in CNM’s Los Angeles office where she leads CNM’s Technical Accounting Group. Paige has over 20 years of public accounting and auditing experience, and is considered one of CNM’s top experts on ESG. On its website Nasdaq says, “ESG data has increasingly become an important resource for investors seeking performance indicators, but also for public companies trying to increase operational efficiency, decrease resource dependency, and attract new customers and employees.” ESG is top of mind – or soon will be – with CEOs, CFOs, and CPO/CHROs. Live@5 airs on the third Tuesday of each month from 5-6 PM Pacific Time and can be viewed on YouTube, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.
Finding talent to lead nonprofit organizations has always been challenging. During the pandemic many nonprofits saw key personnel leave for higher paying corporate jobs. Others left as part of the “great resignation” or to take care of children or other family members. But on the flip side, some nonprofits are finding top talent who have left the corporate world in search of more meaningful, purpose driven work. On our May Live@5 we’ll talk with nonprofit leaders on how they’re handling their recruiting. Jay Berger, partner at Morris & Berger, talks with several nonprofit leaders including: Vanessa Bechtel, President & CEO of the Ventura County Community Foundation Regina Birdsell, President and CEO, Center for Nonprofit Management Christine Essel, President and CEO, Southern California Grantmakers Dr. Va Lecia Adams Kellum, President & CEO, St. Joseph Center, one of LA County’s largest homeless services providers. Brenda J. Zamzow, Chief Financial & Administrative Officer, Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles
InfoDine features Who's New and Who;s News. May 18, 2022's gathering featured Ventura County District Attorney Erik Nasarenko, new Ventura County Fire Chief Dustin Gardner, new CFO of Hilton Foundation Beth deHamel, new COO and CMO at Jafra USA Judith Sanchez Lopez, new President of Moorpark College Dr. Julius Sokenu and new CFO/COO at Conejo Valley School District Dr. Victor Hayek.
Join us on April 19 aka 4/20 Eve for a discussion on the Business of Cannabis aka The Cannabiz. Our featured guest is Graham Farrar, President of Glass House Brands and one of the leaders in the California cannabis industry. Joining Graham are Tim Rademaker, CEO, Trellis, LLC , a subsidiary of UNIFY Financial Credit Union, Jennifer Barry, Vice President of Retail, Farmacy Oren Bitan, Attorney and Shareholder, Buchalter
The Ventura County Civic Alliance (VCCA) presented its State of the Region Report late last year. Join us for an online update!
Special Date -- Thursday, February 17, 2022, 5 to 6 PM
Livestreamed on YouTube, Facebook and LinkedIn
Hosted By:Tony Biosotti, author of the State of the Region Report and Executive Editor of the Pacific Coast Business Times, the weekly business newspaper for Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties.
David Maron, vice-chair of the VCCA and owner of Maron Software, a health insurance industry software company.
Travis Mack, CEO at Saalex Corporation in Camarillo
Aimee Krause, SVP and Chief People Officer, Atara Biotherapeutics
Troy Brown, City Manager, City of Moorpark
Linda Braunschweiger, CEO, Housing Trust Fund Ventura County
Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayub
What's a girl to do? Hear from Illana Raia, founder of Etre Girls and Adam Mendler from the hugely popular 30 Minute Mentors Podcast. How can young women achieve their greatness? Can mentors help?
As the world comes back to work after Covid, the threat of violence is also returning. Violent crime is on the rise nationwide, and Covid related tensions (vax/no vax, masks/no masks, mandates/no mandates), as well as depression, uncertainty and anxiety can lead to violence in the workplace. What can executives do to prepare and ensure your organization and employees remain safe and protected? Hear from a panel of experts on what you can do to prepare, plan for and prevent tragedies. Who should attend – CFOs, CPO/CHROs/Chief Security Officers (CSOs), Risk Management personnel.
Florence Chung, CEO, The Hetty Group and expert in Public Safety Stakeholder Engagement
Stevan Bernard, Global Corporate Security Consultant, Former Chief Security Officer, Sony Pictures Entertainment
Brad Brekke, Former Chief Security Officer at Target Corporation, Retired FBI Agent
Matthew Horace, Chief Security Officer, Mayo Clinic (worldwide, all facilities)
Jim McDonnell, former Los Angeles County Sheriff
Moderated by FOX News Anchor and Correspondent Anita Vogel
Our next Live@5 focuses on the top headache for business leaders this winter – attracting and retaining talent.
Elves in the Off Season – An Online Forum on Best Practices for Finding and Retaining Talent in 2022
Live@5 Online on YouTube, Facebook and LinkedIn
Tuesday, January 18, 2022, 5-5:50 Broadcast
Host/ Anchor: Frank Mottek, the “Voice of Business” in Southern California, formerly at KNX News Radio (CBS) now at KABC Radio
Roundtable/ Panel Guests:
A special Live@5 on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Mental Health Awareness Month -- Presented by California Alliance of Child & Family Services and the Catalyst Center. May is Mental Health Awareness Month. On this show we’re focusing on the California Surgeon General’s statewide effort to cut ACEs and toxic stress in half in one generation. Anita Vogel from FOX News hosts with Special Guests California State Senator Anthony J. Portantino, California Assemblymember James C. Ramos, Chrstine Stoner-Mertz, Cornelle Jenkins and Stacy Shwartz Olagundoye from the California Alliance for Children & Families and Catalyst Center; and Jen Leland from Trauma Transformed.
Join soon to be bestselling Author LaDonna Harrison, author of “Our Divide: Two Sides of Locked-In Syndrome” as she celebrates her 70th Birthday Week.
LaDonna will take us back in time -- reading excerpts from her book “Our Divide”
Join us for the hour and celebrate LaDonna’s amazing life -- flashback 50 years to her time in Minnesota with then husband Cleve and daughter Deanie.
Music Director and Conductor Paul Piazza sings for us and leads us in singing Happy Birthday to LaDonna. On Zoom and carried live on YouTube live streamed.
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Longtime editor of the Orange County and Los Angeles Business Journals brings his unique interviewing style to our air. Business leaders and public officials are in the hot seat when Jerry joins us for our first Live @5 Show on the last day of the month -- March 31, 2021 at 5 PM PDT Register for free!
Feeling lonely during lockdown? On Thur 12/17 4@4 features Dr. Scott Kaiser, MD from the Motion Picture Television Fund (MPTF) and his friend Nathan Firer, CEO of Megilla, a new DIY video-storytelling software for families and communities to easily share life's stories and connect generations. Dr. Kaiser will tell us about what the MPTF is doing to help deal with the isolation and loneliness, especially the stars among us missing our bright lights and adoring fans. Nathan will show us how we can use this time apart to come together with family legacy projects we can all do safely from home. Actor/Singer John Bobek, looking a lot like Roy Orbison, sings “Only the Lonely” Anita Vogel from Fox and Susan Steen, most recently EVP at Warner Bros., return as our hosts!
With the iconic Rose Parade and its global audience of millions cancelled what’s a marketer to do? All those petal pushers, all those sponsor dollars… Join our friend David Eads, CEO of the Tournament of Roses and his friend Paul Gomez, Senior VP of Communications at Wells Fargo (and one of the biggest parade sponsors) and learn how the Tournament and its partners are pivoting for the pandemic. Anita Vogel from Fox and Susan Steen, most recently EVP at Warner Bros., are our hosts!
Learn everything you need to know about the "book in you" if you plan to write a personal bio, a novel or a business book... learn from Joe Garner, six time New York Times Best Selling Author, former Disney screenwriter, Forbes Columnist, and Best-Selling Ghostwriter Michael Ashley and Author Anita K. Music by Dyad i- an innovative violin and bassoon duo (Niv Ashkenazi, violin and Leah Kohn, bassoon) dedicated to playing both new and traditional repertoire, which formed after the players met at Juilliard.
4@4 Forums' cameras went live for our first ever onsite live broadcast to a Hancock Park mansion in Los Angeles. Real Estate leader Lisa Hutchins interviewed author Jane Gilman on her new book "Inside Hancock Park" and Paul Piazza performed live the music of long time resident Nat King Cole. Check out the video and buy the book on Amazon or your Chevaliers Books in Hancock Park!
Top Rockers joined with Top Doctors to talk about the latest advances in Breast Cancer Treatments and Prevention. Stuart Smith and friends from Heaven & Earth were with us along with top doctors from Los Robles Health System. Watch the broadcast, get tested and Stay Well!
Dr. Gerhard Apfelthaler, Dean of the California Lutheran University School of Business and Management, leads a discussion on the business impact arts organizations have in our region… and how Covid has had a cascading impact on businesses when theaters, museums, symphonies and centers for performing arts remain closed.
Roya Alt, Director, California Museum of Art
Natalia Staneva, CEO, New West Symphony
Rachel T. Schmid Curator of Collections and Exhibitions, California Lutheran University
Willow Bay, Dean of the Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism, University of Southern California leads a panel on the Economics of Podcasting - America's new obsession during Covid.
Jane Wells, CNBC correspondent and podcaster
Joe Ferullo, NBC and CBS Executive
Joe Garner, podcaster
Nicholas D’Agosto, Actor and Podcaster also join us!
Join recording superstars Ray Parker Jr. and Dwight Yoakam with children and families served by Ronald McDonald House near Children's Hospital Los Angeles. We're online with wine and food delivered to your home. Wednesday, October 21, 2020 RSVP and we'll send you the invitation!
Matt LaVere, Mayor of the City of Ventura and newly elected to the Ventura County Board of Supervisors gives a terrific State of the City address online to over 250 guests presented by the Ventura Chamber of Commerce. Watch and Learn!
Do you know Aubrey Kelly? Aubrey left Amgen after 14 years to start RabbleHealth. She was just appointed to the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) Board of Directors and she’s also on the Make A Wish Tri County board. Aubrey’s young son is a cancer survivor. Meet Aubrey at the Biotech & Biomedical Briefing Wednesday, Oct 7 when she’s introduced by her friend Robert Purcell, the former Amgen exec and most recently CFO at PaySafe, who serves on the MAW board with Aubrey and the ACG board with me. Frank Watanabe, CEO of Arcutis, Steven Binder, CFO at MannKind and Rajit Malhotra from Dyve Biosciences are featured.
Host Nicholas D’Agosto, live performances by soprano Audrey Yoder, Susan Tellem from American Tortoise Rescue, Gilad Rom from Huan, Greg Cooper from Humane Society of Ventura County and Darlene Geekie, RVT, CEO, Veterinary Angels Medical Center
The Covid Crisis is impacting kids and families in ways we have yet to measure. Join us for a live breakfast briefing on "Kids & Kovid" as 4@4 brings more compelling experts LIVE including moderator Ryan Souders, Senior Legal Counsel, Amgen; Dr. Tammy Chi, MD, Pediatrician, Los Robles Health System; Dr. Crystal Naone, Executive Director, Boys & Girls Club of Conejo Valley; Davita Carpenter, new Vice President, Human Resources, Los Robles Health System; Julia Friedman, Senior Manager, Communications, Hilton Foundation; and
Kids and Pet Expert Darlene Geekie from Veterinary Angels Medical Center in Agoura Hills
Jane Wellls, CNBC Reporter and Podcaster, Joe Ferullo, NBC and CBS Executive
Joe Garner, podcaster
Nicholas D’Agosto, Actor and Podcaster
Moderator: Willow Bay, Dean of the Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism, University of Southern California
John Michael “JT” Thompson, CEO of Giant Bicycles; Jon Knopke, Founder, Health House
Gary Hall, Jr., 10 Time Olympic Medalist (Swimming) and Founder of the Diabetes Swim Series; Moderator: Chris Newman
Vice President, Employee Benefits
USI Insurance Services
CBD, Cannabis and the Cannabiz
Nancy Duitch, CEO, SerraLabs
Rob Davidson, CEO, Cure Pharmaceutical Corp. Moderator: Brad Halpern, Chief Marketing Officer, Quality CBD, and City Councilmember, City of Westlake Village
Everyone’s Gotta Eat
Conversations with Monica White, CEO of Food Share and local restaurants and chefs including Jesus Medina, Chef at Four Seasons Hotel and Hector Gomez, owner of Cafe Zack in Ventura, with live music by String Planet
Betsy Berkhemer, author of The Board Games
Pam Kessler, CFO and Co President, LTC Properties and board member at Physician’s Realty Trust, both NYSE companies;
Susan Steen, former EVP at Warner Brothers, looking to join corporate boards
Deb Richard, LPGA Pro Golfer (ret) and coach of Cs on Tees
Laura Moreno Lucas from Pandocap leads conversations with Robert Purcell, CFO at PaySafe and Brian Webber, Partner at American Discovery Capital, one of the leading investment banks in the region.
We're working on the Ronald McDonald House Gala -- coming soon online!
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Join us every Thursday from 4 to 4:40 PM for a talk show featuring local leaders and live music from world-class musicians. Register to attend here . Thursday, July 23 we're featuring California Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin and Dr. Robert Levin from Ventura County Public Health
On Thursday 7/30/30 Join Nicholas D’Agosto Famous Actor and Podcaster, Joe Garner, Six Time New York Times bestselling author and Podcaster, Joe Ferullo, CBS and NBC executive, and Jane Wells from CNBC - Business Correspondent, Podcaster and Podcasting Entrepreneur
Join us for our Free Four at Four Forums every Thursday at 4 PM. On August 6 we're featured
Moderator: Amy Commans, VP of Community & Government Affairs, Los Robles Health System
Ryan Beal, M.D., CEO at Thousand Oaks based Dyve Biosciences
Gabriella Sherman, MD, MBA | Chief Medical Officer, Los Robles Health System
David B. Gunn, MD, Family Medicine, UCLA Health
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New West Symphony, one of California's top symphonies, hired PeopleMedia.Live to produce it's Memorial Day Concert from the Ronald Reagan Library
PeopleMedia.Live helped Ronald McDonald House Charities and Food Share to pivot from walks and other fundraisers in several markets to online events.
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