MELT PODCAST: THE STRUGGLE IS REAL, EPISODE TWO IS OUT NOW FEATURING KATIE BAYNE & JON NELSON; AVAILABLE ON ITUNES AND SOUNDCLOUD. WEEK THREE OF MELT UNIVERSITY THE STUDENTS HEARD FROM LEADERS AND EXECUTIVES FROM MAJOR INDUSTRIES SUCH AS COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME, ATLANTA BRAVES, SHARECARE INC., MAJOR LEAGUE LACROSSE, SEC NETWORK/ESPN, NCAA, AND MEG REGGIE PUBLIC RELATIONS.
ATLANTA, GA – June 22, 2018 – MELT, the award-winning sports, entertainment and culinary marketing agency, released the second episode for the podcast, “The Struggle is Real.” In this riveting episode, you will hear from Katie Bayne – former Senior VP, Global Center of The Coca-Cola Company and current Founder of Bayne Associates; and Jon Nelson – President of OSG Sports Media. Our MELT University Interns, Autumn Burnette from The University of West Georgia and Harrison Nolen from Georgia Southern University, also get the chance to share their opinions and what they’ve been learning at MELT U during the roundtable discussion.
MELT UNIVERSITY WEEK 3
Week 3 of MELT University, the students were able to hear from some of the most interesting and innovative executives in a variety of industries such as; Dennis Adamovich – CEO of the College Football Hall of Fame; Tony Barnhart – College Football Analyst at the SEC Network / ESPN; Sandy Brown – Commissioner of Major League Lacrosse; Victoria Kline – Manager, Social Media & Digital Marketing at the Atlanta Braves; Ashley Gartland Medlock – Assistant Director of Corporate Relations at the NCAA; Meg Reggie – Owner, MR-PR Meg Reggie Public Relations; Dawn Whaley – President of Sharecare Inc.
Dennis Adamovich: “If you are given a job, do it well, and exceed expectations.”
Tony Barnhart: “Find and believe in something that is bigger than yourself.”
Sandy Brown: “Know more about your business than anyone else.”
Victoria Kline: “You have to take risks to get rewards.”
Ashley Gartland Medlock: “You might not always be able to correct the dots looking forward, but you will be able to connect them looking back.”
Meg Reggie: “Choices and relationships have the difference for me.”
Dawn Whaley: “If you’re expecting people to do their best, you need to do your best too.”
The Vlog Series for our students of MELT U students this week consisted of them making their own personal brand logos and they were challenged with describing them in one word. Check out these creative logos right here:
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