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Hear Say


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Hear Say


Hear Say is a series of discussions designed to continuously expose Orange Sparkle Ball to a broad set of ideas and perspectives about life, work, and creativity. By tasking each employee with inviting a guest to speak, we benefit from the diversity of our employee relationships, adding value to the company. Hear Say will showcase a variety of guests with topics that are fresh, engaging, and useful. Additionally, the series gives each employee a larger stake in influencing the culture, growth, and development of the company.

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Kyle Brooks aka Black Cat Tips


 

 

Kyle Brooks aka Black Cat Tips


 

 

EPISODE 1: ATLANTA

Guest: Kyle Brooks is a southern street folk artist from Atlanta known as Black Cat Tips (blackcattips.com). He has made a name for himself in the Atlanta art scene with his unique style and the bold exhibition of his work on the streets of Atlanta.

Orange Sparkle Ball: Tanner Wilson

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Jason Anthoine


Jason Anthoine


EPISODE 2: GIVE A DAMN

Guest: Jason Anthoine is the founder of Audacity, a communications consultancy committed to big, bold thinking. With over 25 years experience, he excels at making the complex simple, leading people and teams, and providing strategic communications counsel and senior leader coaching.

Orange Sparkle Ball: Andy Heck

 

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Stafford Green


Stafford Green


EPISODE 3: CREATIVITY IS IN THE BLEND

Guest: Stafford Green is the Creative Lead of the Magik Laboratory and Honorary Chairman at the Savannah College of Art and Design. He is an award-winning Innovation and Branded Content Leader with extensive international experience in marketing and technology.

Orange Sparkle Ball: Meaghan Kennedy

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Amy Henry


Amy Henry


EPISODE 4: PLAY PATTERNS

Guest: Amy Henry is the Head of Strategic Planning at Strottman. She has spent her career understanding kids and families through applied research and analysis. Amy holds degrees from Dartmouth  College and the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

For more information about Amy Henry, visit: www.strottman.com

Orange Sparkle Ball: Meaghan Kennedy