Created by Knight Creative Communities Institute Tallahassee (KCCI) is responsible for transformative projects all over Tallahassee like Gaines Street, Cascades Park, Midtown, the new TLH urban park and the #iHeartTally campaign. Find out more at www.kccitallahassee.com.
Host: Betsy Couch
Creator/Producer/Editor: Alison Leavitt
Think TLH Mar 07, 2019
Think TLH 25: Only in Region to Offer New Life-changing Technology, Capital Regional Medical Center's CEO Alan Keesee
The CEO of Capital Regional Medical Center, Alan Keesee, sits down to talk about their latest innovation and plans for the future, including two new emergency services locations. Recently, Alan was named Healthcare Young Executive of the Year by the American College of Healthcare Executives. Alan made his way back to Tallahassee to work at Capital Regional in 2018, and he shares why he loves living in this community.
Visit here: www.capitalregionalmedicalcenter.com
Read about the new robotic-arm assisted knee and hip surgery: https://capitalregionalmedicalcenter.com/service/total-joint-replacement
Think TLH 24: Breaking Down Barriers & Fostering Community, The Village Square's Liz Joyner
One of the most unique practices of Tallahassee is The Village Square, a non-profit that serves as an international model for civil, political discourse among a diverse group of people. In this episode, the Executive Director of The Village Square, Liz Joyner, shares how their events work and improve this community, as well as the other cities they advise across the world. Listen in to learn more about The Village Square and other innovative practices in Tallahassee.
TLH Village Square Website: https://tlh.villagesquare.us/
TLH Village Square Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TLH.villagesquare/
FL Village Square Twitter: https://twitter.com/VillageSquareFL
Think TLH 23: World Class Technology and Collaboration in Innovation Park, Danfoss President Ricardo Schneider
Ricardo Schneider, President of Danfoss Turbocor, joins us sharing the innovative work they do as a global company with their main facility and an Application Development Center right here in Tallahassee, Florida. Ricardo talks about why the company and his employees choose and love this community. The research conducted at the MagLab, Florida State University and Florida A&M University, as well as other groups in Innovation Park, allows Danfoss to have a unique partnership and collaboration unlike any other city in the world.
Danfoss Turbocor: https://www.danfoss.com/en-us/
Danfoss Application Development Center - Tallahassee, Florida: https://bit.ly/2TmXtEs
Think TLH 11: The World’s Premier Magnetic Laboratory, Director Greg Boebinger: https://bit.ly/2DMmErU
Think TLH 22: Best & Unique Practices of the Tallahassee Area, County Commissioner Bryan Desloge
Long-serving Leon County Commissioner Bryan Desloge shares the best practices of Tallahassee, which he discussed with others during his travels as past president of the National Association of Counties (NAC). Commissioner Desloge is a business leader, involved community resident and was recently chosen to be a committee member of Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) National Advisory Council (NAC).
Think TLH 21: What Feeds the Soul of Tallahassee? Ft. Susie Busch-Transou
In this episode, Susie Busch-Transou, Founder and CEO of Hearth & Soul and Vice President and Co-owner of Tri-Eagle Sales, talks about her love for Tallahassee and what represents the soul of this diverse and innovative community. She also shares what it's like to own two businesses, including creating Hearth & Soul--a unique retail experience disguised in a house. Hearth & Soul recently opened their first flagship store in Austin, Texas, and their Tallahassee headquarters is celebrating their fourth year in business.
Listen in to learn why Susie chooses to live, work and play in Tallahassee.
Hearth & Soul: https://hearthandsoul.com/
Tri-Eagle Sales: https://trieaglesales.com/
Think TLH 20: Why the Spinks Brothers Chose Tallahassee
In this episode, brothers Jeff and Matt Spinks talk about owning a business, entrepreneurship, and why they chose Tallahassee, specifically the SOMO district. Jeff established the first only float therapy center in Tallahassee, the Driftaway Float Center. Matt owns On the Rocks Bartending which has provided premiere bartending services to Tallahassee and the Big Bend areas since 1999.
Driftaway Float Center: http://floattally.com/
On the Rocks Bartending: https://www.ontherocksbartending.net/
Think TLH 19: From Class Project to Startup Success, DivvyUp
Think TLH 18: Building Blocks of Community, Donald Gray
Donald Gray first came to Tallahassee to study architecture at Florida A&M University, and after graduating from Harvard Graduate School of Design, he ultimately decided to return to Tallahassee and make it his home. Donald is a principal and architect at the Tallahassee office of Fitzgerald Collaborative Group. His involvement ranges from mentoring middle schoolers in Gadsden County to being a member of the state's American Institute for Architects. Listen to learn why he decided to return to Tallahassee, and discover his favorite part about designing for communities.
Fitzgerald Collaborative Group: fitzgeraldcollaborative.com
Think TLH 17: The Film Community in Tallahassee
In this episode, we speak with the Artistic Director of the Tallahassee Film Festival (TFF), Steve Dollar, about the film industry and community in Tallahassee and beyond. He also shares what you can look forward to at the upcoming local festival April 5-7, 2019.
TFF Website: tallahasseefilmfestival.com
TFF Facebook Page: facebook.com/TallahasseeFilmFestival
Think TLH 16: Creativity in Tallahassee with Coton Colors’ Laura Johnson
Coton Colors: coton-colors.com
Think TLH 15: Behind the Scenes of Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare with Cardiologist Dr. Thomas Noel
Dr. Thomas Noel: bit.ly/2RUkhGV
Think TLH 14: Entrepreneurship & Innovation in Tallahassee, Domi Station's Antonio Montoya
Domi Station: www.domistation.com
Think TLH 13: Word of South Raising the Bar for Literature and Music in Tallahassee
Sara’s website (journals, publishing information and more): saramarchessault.com/
Word of South Festival: wordofsouthfestival.com/
Experience Tallahassee Festival 1/12/19 at Cascades Park
Facebook event: bit.ly/2E1DIu9
Think TLH 12: Giving Thanks
We are so thankful for all of the Think TLH podcast listeners and guests and the support from the community. Enjoy!
Think TLH 11: The World's Premier Magnetic Laboratory, Director Greg Boebinger
MagLab Website: nationalmaglab.org
MagLab Open House 2019: bit.ly/2DmqdnG
Think TLH 10: Pursuing Your Passion With Ology Brewing Co.'s Founder Nick Walker
Think TLH 09: How to Get Involved in Tallahassee, featuring Mike Pate
Knight Creative Communities Institute: kccitallahassee.com
2019 KCCI Community Catalyst Information/Application: kccitallahassee.com/get-involved
Experience Tallahassee Festival Facebook: facebook.com/experienceTLH/
Experience Tallahassee Festival Instagram: instagram.com/kccitallahassee/
Think TLH 08: The Man Behind the First $1.1B Fundraiser for Florida State University, Tom Block
Raise the Torch Campaign: raisethetorch.fsu.edu/
More about the campaign: on.tdo.com/2zZY2sN
Think TLH 07: Discovering New Species and University Research with Dr. Tom Sawicki
Think TLH 06: Designing Communities with Alana Taylor and Ryan Sheplak
In this episode, they discuss the design process and thinking behind their various projects, such as The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art and The Jim Moran Institute.
Architects Lewis + Whitlock: www.think3d.net/
KCCI 2017 #iHeartTally Catalyst Project: kccitallahassee.com/project/ihearttally/
KCCI 2016 See Tallahassee Catalyst Project: kccitallahassee.com/project/encompass-tallahassee/
Tallahassee's Top 50 List: bit.ly/2zmAldP
Think TLH 05: What Was Tallahassee's Missing Piece? With Proof Brewing Co.'s Byron Burroughs
Proof Brewing Co.: www.proofbrewingco.com/
1320 South Monroe: www.1320southmonroe.com/
Think TLH 04: Importance of History in Tallahassee and Beyond With Althemese Barnes
Barnes' work has been recognized at the local, state and national levels, inspiring others in the United States to do their part in preserving history. Listen to hear her full story...
John G Riley Center/Museum: rileymuseum.org/site/
Think TLH 03: Creative Collaborators — Helping Others After Hurricane Michael
100% of the proceeds from the Never Forgotten Coast campaign sales will go to LOCAL Mexico Beach/Port St. Joe based non-profits, directed specifically to their Hurricane Michael relief funds. Learn more: bit.ly/FLForeverShirt
More ways to help: bit.ly/2qhulO8
Thank you to all of the first responders, linemen, police, firefighters and others who have helped the community recover.
Think TLH 02: World-Renowned Research in Tallahassee with Dr. Sara Hart
Florida Center for Reading Research: www.fcrr.org