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Season 3 | Episode 31: With 34 years of background in education, Scott Stuckey has been improving teaching systems for almost two decades.  Founded for the unique challenges of rural communities, Inquiry Technologies, LLC (InqTech) is a research and development firm with a mission to create new instructional technology that has a positive impact in education, healthcare, and workforce development sectors. Founded in 2012, InqTech has been awarded more than one million dollars from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the National Science Foundation (NSF), and the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s Cabinet for Economic Development. InqTech’s senior research and design team draws on decades of experience in classroom instruction, technology facilitation, software development, and commercialization. An innate understanding regarding various learner types, computer platforms, data management solutions, and security policies has positioned InqTech as an emerging leader for products and services designed to improve communications and heighten literacy rates for individuals in a wide variety of learning settings. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/awesomeinc/message
Season 3 | Episode 30: Adam Brown is the creative director and founder of Marrow: a brand design agency for challenger brands and startups that give a damn. Call him a design zealot, a provocateur, or—if you’re his mother-in-law—a BS artist. With Adam, brands embrace empathy as strategy, value audacity over relevance, and commit unequivocally to the remarkable.  Clients include a craft distillery, a brewery, a coffee roaster, a couple of private colleges, a killer video game publisher, an investigative research company (not spies), contractors, an international design-build firm, a public school system, a fine dining and event caterer, a national flower grower, social causes, non-profit organizations, his mother-in-law, and the very smart people who helped Apple build Siri.  He’s good at lots of things, but he’s most at home in front of clients guiding strategy or behind his computer making something amazing for people who aren’t so easily satisfied. Like his mother-in-law. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/awesomeinc/message
Season 3 | Episode 29: Eric Martin is a Lexington, KY native who graduated from the University of Kentucky with a bachelor’s degree in Finance and a minor in Computer Science. After graduating, he joined Rebuilt Investments to help grow their real estate investing business. He created systems and processes that helped propel the company's growth to complete over 100 transactions in 2019! Eric recently left his job to pursue an entrepreneurial partnership, Tributary Capital. His new company focuses on wholesaling, flipping, and acquiring rental properties. Tributary is a river or stream flowing into a larger river or lake. Similarly, Tributary Capital refers to having multiple streams of income which we build through acquiring rental property (just like the story about hauling buckets in Kiyosaki’s Cashflow Quadrant). Eric's long-term goal is to grow his rental portfolio to the point where he can live off the passive income and devote his time to doing what matters. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/awesomeinc/message
Season 3 | Episode 28: In 2015, the city of Louisville, KY noticed a big problem: half of all fires involving two or more buildings involved an abandoned property. The city recognized the threat to families and challenged the community to make a solution – and they did. Meet CASPER! CASPER and its suite of sensors constantly monitor abandoned properties for events like smoke detector sirens, break-ins, and floods. When a potentially dangerous event occurs, CASPER alerts both neighbors and emergency services so situations don’t turn into catastrophes. Better yet, through the CASPER Portal, neighbors and city officials can better understand and address activities happening in vacant and abandoned properties by looking at historical activity data. Nathan Armentrout, CEO, and founder, with his team of civic hackers, developed CASPER and soon after piloted 10 devices across 15 homes for six months, culminating in over 100 successful tests, two real-life confirmed detections, and zero false positives. Following the success of the pilot, Louisville is expanding the program to more homes to ensure the safety of all Louisville families living next to abandoned homes. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/awesomeinc/message
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Lexington, KY, USA
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16 hours, 27 minutes