@530 on Main is a community conversation on design and spacial experiences with collaborators EXTEND GROUP and VPS Architecture. The two teams converge their separate expertise—with EXTEND GROUP as an expert in the digital space and VPS Architecture an expert on physical space—into one podcast experience.
On this episode of @530 on Main, we welcome Chris Berneking of Chris Berneking Productions into the EXTENDsion Studio. Chris is an Evansville native who traveled to the west coast to find his picture-perfect photography education and begin his commercial photography career. Chris discusses his love of the photography experience and how technology has revolutionized his once-exclusive profession.
We are excited to have Preston Lewis, Executive Director of OMYF (Off-Road Motorsports Youth Foundation, as our guest for this episode of @530 on Main. Preston explains how his adversity inspired him to educate youth in the racing industry and all the different experiences available to them.
In this episode of @530 on Main, we meet Amanda and Bryan Bishop, the Founders of LawMan Tactical. We learn about their family, what brought them together in their early years, and their love for our community. We discuss their passion for bringing their vision of a place where the community can come together to celebrate faith, family, country, and courage during our hour-long conversation.
We welcome Christian Mocek, President of Reitz Memorial High School, as our guest for this episode of @530 on Main. Christian discusses this year’s “Culture of Excellence” initiative and the experiences he has seen within the high school atmosphere. Be sure to tune in and listen to what Mocek has to say.
Our guest for this episode of @530 on Main is Zachary Heronemus, Executive Director of Aurora Evansville. Listen to what Aurora did in the Evansville community recently to put Experiences in place that raise the awareness of homelessness. We also discuss the importance of funding and keeping talented staff.
Our guest for this episode of @530 on Main is Drew Peyronnin, Entrepreneur. Drew is passionate about a lot of things such as the culture of innovation. Change is a big hurdle for many to overcome and experiences are personal. Much of this episode’s conversation revolves around innovation and the challenges that come when working with multiple people.
On this episode of @530 on Main, we welcome Maria Quinton into the EXTENDsion Studio. Maria is the Advancement Officer with Make a Wish of Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. During our chat, she discussed the power of the wish and how some of these life-changing wishes were reimagined during the pandemic.
On this episode of @530 on Main, we are joined by Susan Washburn and Jeff Purdue from GRANTED. GRANTED is a community–based nonprofit located in Evansville, Indiana, with a mission to grant once in lifetime wishes for local children aged 3 to 18 who have been diagnosed with life-threatening or terminal conditions. Join us as we learn about the one-of-a-kind experience GRANTED creates for their children and learn how you can go ...
Our guest for this episode of @530 on Main is Matt Hadley, Director of Business Development for AP Engineering & Consulting in Indianapolis. Matt is passionate about community involvement and making connections with people. Much of this episode’s conversation revolves around relationships and effectively communicating with those around you.
We welcomed Vanderburgh County Health Department Administrator Joe Gries to the podcast studio for a conversation on experiences and collaborations. Joe also describes how the pandemic has impacted the health department and our community, what services the health department offers, and much more.
For our first podcast episode of 2022, we invited Executive Director of United Caring Services, Jason Emmerson, to the mic. Jason discusses how United Caring Services and other local nonprofits are impacting our community and how valuable it is to cultivate a healthy company culture.
@530 on Main wraps up 2021 with a unique podcast conversation with Tri-State Hot Stove League President, Ryan Berger, and USI Baseball Coach, Tracy Archuleta. Our two guests talk about the impact Tri-State Hot Stove League has on our community and local sports programs, and they discuss their upcoming fundraiser experience, the Night of Memories.
For our 29th episode of @530 on Main, we packed the podcast studio with three guests: Joshua Britton, John McMullen, and John Michael O’Leary. Our guests talk about The Notes Will Carry Me Home, an anthology of musical stories, essays, and poems written by local authors. To learn all about the book and our community’s musical heritage, tune in to the conversation.
The Notes Will Carry Me Home was published by Bird Brain Publish...
Robin Johnston Deem, Executive Director of Wesselman Woods, joins us in the podcast studio for a conversation on experiences and community collaboration. Learn all about Wesselman Woods, how technology has enhanced the experience, and what is coming.
We invited Andrew Backes, Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Indiana, to the podcast studio for a conversation on youth experiences and community connection. Andrew explains the work Big Brothers Big Sisters does in our community and the impact that kind, caring adults can have on children.
For our 26th episode of @530 on Main, we welcomed University of Evansville President, Christopher Pietruszkiewicz, to the podcast studio. Christopher and our hosts discuss how the college experience has evolved over the years, shifting from an academia-focused mindset to a holistic, connected experience. Christopher talks about the digital changes to higher education and discusses the impact of Evansville partnerships and commu...
For this installment of @530 on Main, we invited Andrea Hays, Community Engagement Officer for Welborn Baptist Foundation, to the mic. Andrea and our hosts discuss the word experience and the impact COVID has had in our community. Much of the discussion revolves around connectivity and how we have all remained well-connected despite the challenges of the past two years.
We invited Abraham Brown to the mic to share his thoughts on the word Experience. Abraham is a passionate community advocate whose mission is to enhance the Latino community’s experiences and adaptability in the Tri-State area. Abraham discusses the importance of sharing experiences with one another in order to understand each another, improve our cultural awareness, and enrich our communities.
For this episode of @530 on Main, we invited the Chancellor of Ivy Tech Community College Evansville, Daniela Vidal, to the studio. She explains how education experiences have been impacted by COVID, and how, despite the struggles everyone has experienced during these hard times, there has been a lot of good that’s come out of it as well. Much of the discussion revolves around trusting the process and learning from your experie...
Ron Ryan, Executive Director of the Boys & Girls Club of Evansville, joins us in the podcast studio for a unique discussion on experiences. Ron is a passionate educator and leader with many years of coaching experience. In the podcast, he discusses future plans for the Boys & Girls Club of Evansville and for our community, how learning experiences have changed with COVID, and how personal experiences shape your decisions an...
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