HACKED: Unlocking the Code to Success with Robert Steward

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In this episode you will learn: The meaning of digital supply chain transformation How technology is disrupting the supply chain industry Supply chain risks and how to mitigate those risks with IoT technology The importance of data collection a
In this episode you will learn: To be aware of the misleading information that you can find on the internet How our daily habits impact our overall health The impact of meal timing The importance of incorporating movement in your daily office-w
In this episode you will learn: What it means to serve in the police force as an African American – Perspective What you can expect from choosing a law enforcement career path How technology changed the transparency/credibility of law enforcem
In this episode of HACKED we speak with 17-year-old aspiring Aerospace Engineer and founder of F.E.M.A.L.E Academy (Facility of Engineering Mentorship Advancing Leadership Equality) Danielle Kain. She found her passion for aerospace at a very y
In this episode of HACKED we had the great privilege of talking with Dr. Art McCoy, Superintendent of Jennings School District, nationally recognized education consultant, and author. His story is very unconventional, but very motivating. He be
In this Episode of HACKED we chat with Tamiko Armstead, President of Cardinal Ritter College Preparatory High School, an elite Catholic high school serving the community since 1979. She is not your traditional educator, in fact, she started off
In this episode of HACKED we have the pleasure of hearing from the creator of the podcast, Robert Steward. He is not only the creator of The HACKED podcast, but he is also the founder and CEO of End2End Solutions and a motivational speaker. In
In this episode of HACKED we speak with Samantha Stangl, program manager at the Clark Foundation which supports the growth and prosperity of the St. Louis metropolitan region through research, program development and investments in PK-12, highe
In this episode of HACKED we speak with Benjamin Akande, who is a Nigerian native and a brilliant mind who later migrated to the United States and served the community in a range of different ways. He is currently the Assistant Vice Chancellor
 Sidney Keys III, 13 year old rising entrepreneur, decided to take his love for reading to the next level and create Books n Bros Reading Club at the young age of 10! Having multiple meet ups with different boys, ages 7-13 years old, he is pavi
In this episode of HACKED we speak with 6x GRAMMY Award Winning Singer, Songwriter, Producer, and Author, BeBe Winans, along with Gospel Group, Korean Soul.  BeBe Winans, the six-time Grammy Award winner, is best known as an inspirational, R&B,
In this episode of HACKED we speak with Dave Rogers and Michael Clair of Back2Life, Inc. Back2Life, Inc is on a mission to help Veterans who are suffering from the impact of brain injuries and post traumatic stress disorder. In this episode you
In this episode of HACKED we speak with Randy Raw VP of Information Security at Veterans United Home Loans.  Randy Raw is Director of Information Security, serving as the Information Security Officer at Veterans United Home Loans in Columbia, M
In this episode of HACKED we talk to William Wells, Founder and Executive Director of aSTEAM Village. aSTEAM Village is a 501(c)3 organization that focuses on engaging students, families, and educators in science, technology, engineering, arts
In this episode of HACKED we talk about how to go from intern to CEO with Chris Colbert. Chris Colbert, is the CEO of DCP Entertainment.  Colbert found his calling more than a decade ago as an intern with Sirius Satellite Radio (now SiriusXM Ra
In this episode of HACKED we talk about how to turn your idea into a thriving business. From inventing the FURminator deshedding tool for pets to a revolutionary style of sunglasses called Popticals that fold up for easy storage and access, Dav
In this episode of HACKED we talk about how to make an unforgettable first impression. I'm sure you've heard the saying "You only have one chance to make a great first impression". Well today's guests will share his hacks to ensure you are memo
In this episode of HACKED we talk about career and success hacks with Charlotte Ijei, EdD. Charlotte Ijei, EdD, is director of pupil personnel & diversity for the Parkway School District. Her passion for moving the district toward educational e
In this episode of HACKED we talk about career and success hacks with Prosecuting Attorney Wesley Bell. Wesley Bell is a St. Louis area attorney, former public defender, former municipal judge, former municipal prosecutor and former city counci
In this episode of HACKED we talk about career and success hacks with USA Olympian, Jackie Joyner-Kersee. Jackie Joyner-Kersee is an American retired track and field athlete, ranked among the all-time greatest athletes in the heptathlon as well
In this episode of Hacked we talk about career and success hacks with Sylvia Acevedo. Lifelong Girl Scout, STEM champ, and advocate for girls and youth education, Sylvia Acevedo was appointed CEO of Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) in May, 2017.
In this episode of Hacked we talk about career and life hacks with Curtis Francois. Curtis Francois is the Owner & CEO of Gateway Motorsports Park. In this episode you will learn: How to turn hobbies and passions into lucrative careers Ways to
In this episode of Hacked we talk about networking hacks with Alex Demczak. Alex Demczak is a former SEC quarterback for the Missouri Tigers. Alex graduated with a degree in Communication and a minor in Business.   Alex is an inspiring communic
In this episode of Hacked we talk about networking hacks with Jeff Perkins. Jeff Perkins is the CMO of Parkmobile, the creator of an amazing app that lets you pay for parking on your mobile device. No more annoying meters. Just pay on your phon
Andrew Jesse is an experienced Program Coordinator with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in Instructional Design, Curriculum Development, Public Speaking, Management, and Program Coordination. Strong c
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