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Reel Axis Hires Katy Rey to Develop Strategic Relationships and Act on the Voice of the Buyer

SAN DIEGO,
August 3, 2021 (Newswire.com) –

Reel Axis, a go-to-market tech-enabled services company, welcomes accomplished sales and marketing executive, Katy Rey, to expand their focus and commitment to client success. Rey joins the leadership team as Director of Strategic Engagement. With experience working with major technology brands such Samsung, Dell and Tesla, she brings a wealth of knowledge and creativity to the business.
“We’ve engaged in many enlightening conversations with our key clients over the past few months and one thing is clear: the right partnership is complex, highly collaborative and requires a different skill set than your normal agency,” says Chris Lee, President of Reel Axis. “We are very excited to have someone of Katy’s caliber and cultural fit join our team. Her passion and laser focus on delivering for the client as a partner is exactly what we need to create the frictionless environment our customers require.”
The addition of Rey to Reel Axis’ leadership team represents the company’s focus and continued investment to diversification and commitment to building internal capabilities.
“I’m honored to have the opportunity to join such an innovative and fast-growing company,” says Rey. “I am also excited to work with an exceptional management team that has already created a strong positive internal culture. I look forward to improving the customer experience even further and making a ‘human’ impact on our clients.”
About Reel AxisReel Axis is a tech-enabled go-to-market services company that meets the needs of today’s technology companies through marketing strategy, automation, insight and service, creating a frictionless environment between buyers and sellers and having fun doing it. They operate the business using the Entrepreneurial Operating System® (EOS) methodology, allowing for greater vision and focus, and expanded scalability around service excellence. For more information, please visit reelaxis.com.
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For more information, please contactChris LeeReel Axischris@reelaxis.com

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Bible within the Faculties Presents $1.8M Group Reward to Hamilton County Faculties

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.,
August 3, 2021 (Newswire.com) –

Local nonprofit Bible in the Schools presented Hamilton County Schools (HCS) with its annual community gift of almost $1.8 million as reimbursement for the 2020-2021 countywide Bible History elective program. Bible in the Schools Board Chairman Tom Glenn and President Cathy Scott presented Superintendent Dr. Bryan Johnson with the $1.8 million gift. Also present was Bible in the Schools’ board member Mike Harrell.
Dr. Bryan Johnson stated, “It is an honor to once again accept the gift of Bible History on behalf of Hamilton County Schools. This gift sponsors the education of thousands of public school students in our district. The countywide Bible History elective program encourages students in grades 6-12 to recognize the rich cultural connections between an ancient text and our modern world. Hamilton County seeks to graduate students who are future-ready and prepared for success in college and career. By thinking critically and engaging in historically rich conversations, HCS is preparing students to become global thinkers and responsible citizens.”
Founded in 1922, Bible in the Schools provides Bible History elective courses for public school students in Hamilton County. Entering its 100th year, Bible in the Schools now reaches 29 public schools and over 4,600 students in grades 6-12. Demand for Bible History continues to grow, as 2021 recorded the highest Bible History enrollment numbers yet. HCS data reveals that, of the 19,006 students in the county who had access to Bible History elective courses in 2020-2021, one in four students completed a Bible course for graduation credit.
Bible History courses are funded entirely by the generous supporters of Bible in the Schools. Board Chairman Tom Glenn stated, “As we approach our 100th school year, it is an honor to present this gift to our public schools, as it represents the heart behind so many donors in this community. Such generosity makes the gift of Bible History available to so many young lives.” Because of the generosity of the community, Bible in the Schools provided the largest community partner donation to Hamilton County Schools given in the 2020-2021 academic year.
President Cathy Scott stated, “The Hamilton County public school Bible History program has been a daily dispenser of hope in this community and reflects the generosity of so many committed partners. Studying Bible History in our public schools helps ground and awaken students to the rich cultural footprint that the Bible has had on history while offering students hope, values, and life lessons relevant to the tough issues they wrestle with daily. We believe that a knowledge of the Bible is a key component to a well-rounded education that encourages students to not just be passive observers of society, but active contributors in a global world. Thank you to all who have donated generously to enrich Hamilton County Schools with a text that crosses all cultural, socioeconomic, and racial barriers while still touching lives each day.” 
Bible History classes follow guidelines established by a 1980 federal court ruling which affirmed that the teaching of for-credit Bible History elective classes in Hamilton County’s public middle and high schools is constitutionally permissible. The Bible History curricular framework is court-approved and aligns with the Tennessee Department of Education’s state academic standards. The Hamilton County-based program also leads the nation with the largest concentration of public school students in any one school district studying the Bible. The program is entering its 100th year.
More information regarding participating schools and courses offered is available at www.bibleintheschools.com.
Please direct any inquiries to info@bibleintheschools.com.
Photo Credit: Rachel Douglass

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Retreat Behavioral Well being's Medical Director, Roger Ayres, MD, to Be Promoted to Chief Medical Officer

NEW HAVEN, Conn.,
August 3, 2021 (Newswire.com) –

The medical industry has adjusted to a myriad of changes with the COVID-19 pandemic and increasing rates of substance use and mental health disorders. On-site at our New Haven, CT campus and virtually at our Palm Springs, FL location has been Roger Ayres, MD. Today, Retreat Behavioral Health welcomes Dr. Roger Ayres as their new Chief Medical Officer.

“Dr. Ayres will be an integral asset to our team; he joins us with an extensive knowledge of the behavioral health field and is able to dissect the root causes of many individuals struggling with mental health and substance use disorders,” said Chief Operating Officer, Kenneth Kosza. “His expertise within his own private practice and organizational leadership skills will benefit our program in numerous ways including the way we strategically approach our relationship with insurance companies.”

Dr. Ayres is a graduate of the Saba University School of Medicine and has earned his Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree. Following his education, he trained with the Yale New Haven Hospital in Adult Psychiatry before joining the New York-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center to specialize in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. He is board certified in Addiction Medicine in addition to Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatry, with 15+ years of private practice experience. He is also knowledgeable in utilization management through his experience working with Retreat insurance partner Magellan Healthcare. 

“Dr. Ayres comes to us with expertise in high-quality care for all Behavioral Health diseases as an ABPN board-certified psychiatrist. His experience and compassion for people was observed moments after meeting him,” shares Chief Nursing Officer, Melissa Callahan. “I am excited to be able to work with him to continue to advance Retreat Behavioral Health’s expertise in substance use disorder and mental health diagnoses throughout the continuum of care.”

Dr. Ayres will now oversee the entire medical department at each facility while providing medical vision to ensure that Retreat remains at the forefront of innovative care.

“I am honored to be able to bring both my addiction medicine background along with my psychiatric training in order to make a transformative difference for our patients,” said Roger Ayres, MD. “This is honestly a dream come true for me, as it has been my entire life’s work, and I will work hard to advance Retreat’s mission and goals.”

Source: Retreat Behavioral Health

2021 Irene Adler Prize Goes to Isabella Goodman: Journalism Main Wins $1,000 Scholarship for Ladies Writers

VANCOUVER, British Columbia,
August 3, 2021 (Newswire.com) –

Isabella Goodman has won the 2021 Irene Adler Prize for her essay, “A Catalog in Friendship.” Goodman, who will receive $1,000 toward her education, is pursuing her B.A. in journalism with a minor in art history from American University.

Founded in 2017, the annual Irene Adler Prize offers a $1,000 scholarship to a woman pursuing a degree in journalism, creative writing, or literature at a recognized post-secondary institution in the U.S. or Canada, based on an essay competition.

“Isabella’s winning essay brims with wistfulness and nostalgia and genuinely captures the challenges of sustaining friendships via the written word during the isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said prize founder Lucas Aykroyd. “Her evocative, textured prose stood out in what was undoubtedly the most competitive field of entries in Irene Adler Prize history.”

For the first time ever, three entrants earned honorable mentions. Matisse Haddad (“Where It Hurts”) is pursuing her M.F.A. in screenwriting at the AFI Conservatory. Natasha Maki Jessen-Petersen (“Fresh Paint”) is seeking her M.A. in data journalism at Stanford University. Lara Miller (“The Alchemy of Pain”) is working on her M.F.A. in playwriting at Carnegie Mellon University.

Aykroyd is an award-winning Vancouver writer and public speaker whose work has appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, Ms. Magazine, National Geographic, and espnW. A member of the Association for Women in Sports Media, he has covered women’s hockey for IIHF.com at five Olympics and serves as the editor-in-chief of WomenSport International’s newsletter. Aykroyd holds an M.A. in English literature from the University of Victoria, which gave him the Distinguished Alumni Award.

The Irene Adler Prize is named after the heroine of the 1891 Sherlock Holmes detective story “A Scandal in Bohemia” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. 

For more on the Irene Adler Prize, the 2021 winning essay, and past winners, see:

http://lucasaykroyd.com/scholarships

The 2022 Irene Adler Prize submission guidelines will be released in January.

Lucas AykroydWeb Site: lucasaykroyd.comEmail: lucas@lucasaykroyd.com

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MadgeTech Broadcasts Temperature Mapping and Validation Companies

Warner, New Hampshire, USA,
August 3, 2021 (Newswire.com) –

A global leader in data logging technology for 25 years, MadgeTech is taking its expertise to the next level with the launch of its on-site Mapping and Validation Services. No matter the location, MadgeTech will come to you and perform an in-depth temperature mapping study based on your specific needs and industry requirements.

From creation to execution, MadgeTech’s expert technicians customize a mapping protocol and perform the study using only ISO 17025 certified MadgeTech data loggers, ensuring accuracy and reliability with every reading. An ISO 9001:2015 accredited company, MadgeTech’s Mapping and Validation Services are built on the foundations established by the following organizations:

World Health Organization (WHO Technical Report Series, No. 961, 2011)
International Standards Organization (ISO/IEC 17029)
Food and Drug Administration (21 CFR Part 211 – CGMP)
Department of Defense (MIL-STD-3022)

Whether validating a storage area or qualifying equipment, temperature mapping must be performed routinely or when significant modifications are made. It’s a time-consuming, yet necessary, task that is required in order to demonstrate continuing compliance.

But don’t sweat it, MadgeTech can get the job done; fully documenting the entire procedure from risk assessment and challenges to data collection and analysis. Once complete, MadgeTech provides a detailed protocol with results that stand up to regulatory authorities.

For more information on MadgeTech’s Mapping and Validation Services or to set up a consultation today, call (603) 456-2011 or email info@madgetech.com.

Source: MadgeTech

Mylo Selects Digital Transformation Knowledgeable Greg Bannon as Chief Expertise Officer

KANSAS CITY, Mo.,
August 3, 2021 (Newswire.com) –

Greg Bannon has been named Mylo Chief Technology Officer, bringing a unique combination of technology, insurance and product experience. Most recently Vice President of Product Management at Allstate Identity Protection, Greg has driven digital transformation in the insurance industry for 25 years. He will join Mylo’s leadership team to help accelerate the scaling of the embedded insurance shopping experience that Mylo delivers through clients to small business owners and individuals.

Greg combines insurance knowledge and proven product development leadership with technology skills that include business intelligence, artificial Intelligence and machine learning, SaaS and IoT platforms. His prior experience includes leading roles at CCC Intelligent Solutions, CNA Insurance, Accenture and more. Greg holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Notre Dame and an MBA from Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management in Marketing and Finance.

“I’m excited by Mylo’s vision of ‘Revolutionizing insurance to protect what matters,'” said Bannon. “I look forward to working with our innovative engineering team to continue the evolution of Mylo’s proprietary technology and make our sophisticated embedded platform even more powerful for partners and customers.”

An important Mylo differentiator is their proprietary Mind of Mylo™ technology that enables the digital agency to optimize the advantages of 50+ years of insurance expertise, a full suite of insurance products, leading carrier partners, expert licensed advisors and more in one platform that can be embedded into the customer experiences of a wide range of companies. This tech helped Mylo win the 2021 InsurTech Innovation Award in the FinTech Breakthrough Awards as well as Most Innovative Company of the Year and Insurance Company of the Year in the 2020 Golden Bridge Business and Innovation Awards.

“We’re excited to have Greg Bannon on our team,” said David Embry, Mylo CEO. “His unique set of skills, experience and leadership will help us accelerate Mylo’s growth and provide highly personalized solutions to small business owners and individuals through our embedded insurance platform.”

About Mylo

Mylo is a digital insurance shopping platform that seamlessly integrates into partner experiences to connect business owners and individuals with top-rated insurance products from multiple carriers, including business, small group benefits, home, auto, life and individual health. Backed by the world’s largest independent broker Lockton and global investor Guggenheim Partners, Mylo draws on 50+ years of Lockton insurance expertise to offer expert insurance recommendations online or in person with licensed agents. For more information, go to ChooseMylo.com.

Source: Mylo

Gebrüder Weiss to Sponsor Swiss Hyperloop Workforce at Not-a-Boring Competitors

LAS VEGAS,
August 3, 2021 (Newswire.com) –

As an official logistics partner, Gebrüder Weiss supports the “Swissloop Tunneling” research team at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich. The ETH team is involved in the further technical development of the Hyperloop high-speed transport system. With a sponsored land and sea transport from Dübendorf in Switzerland to Las Vegas, Gebrüder Weiss is ensuring that the research team can participate in September at Not-A-Boring Competition, “Can you beat the snail,” with its high-tech drilling robot. The Hyperloop competition will involve drilling a tunnel as quickly and accurately as possible.
The idea behind the Hyperloop project, based on a concept developed by Elon Musk, is to transport people and goods over shorter distances through tunnels under or above the earth’s surface to their destination at high speed. To make tunneling financially viable, the drilling robots required must be as fast, compact, and automated as possible. The conditions set by Elon Musk for the high-tech scientific race in Las Vegas are challenging. As a reference, for drift velocity, he has specified the speed of a snail, which should be surpassed if possible.
“As a provider of future-oriented logistics solutions, we have to start thinking today about how we can ensure the freight mobility of tomorrow under economically feasible conditions. The Hyperloop project may still seem somewhat exotic to us today, but it promises feasible solutions for the mobility requirements of the future,” says Lothar Thoma, Managing Director Air & Sea at Gebrüder Weiss.
Stefan Kaspar, founder and co-president of Swissloop Tunneling, said, “Questioning existing transport systems for people and goods and looking for feasible alternatives – our vision is nothing less than to revolutionize tunneling and help a technology achieve its breakthrough. With the logistical support of Gebrüder Weiss, our vision is one step closer to becoming reality.”
For more information, see: www.swisslooptunneling.ch and www.boringcompany.com/competition
About Gebrüder WeissGebrüder Weiss, a global freight forwarder with a core business of overland transport, air, and sea freight and logistics, is the world’s oldest transport company with a history that dates back more than 500 years. The family-owned company employs more than 7,400 people worldwide and boasts 170 company-owned locations. The business has expanded its North American locations to include Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. Developing and changing with its customers’ needs, Gebrüder Weiss is also a pioneer in sustainable business practices having implemented myriad ecological, economic, and social initiatives. The company’s voyage into North America, along with its continuous growth, illustrates the need for highly experienced providers of global solutions through an international network of supply chain experts. Customized solutions with a single point of contact provide customers with an exceptional service experience focused on reliable and economical solutions. Visit GW-World.com for more information.
Gebrüder Weiss Media Contact
Karolyn Raphael
Karolyn@wingermarketing.com

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Digital Musician Dydolphin Releases Their Third Digital Single 'Refresh'

LOS ANGELES,
August 3, 2021 (Newswire.com) –

A new concept virtual musician Dydolphin released its third single, “Refresh”, on July 15 through various music platforms around the world.

Dydolphin is a virtual musician created by Dydolphin Project. The team wanted a name that gave people utter happiness and comfort through music, so they come up with Dydolphin by combining the word “Dynorphin,” a type of hormone that has a similar effect as morphine, and the word “Dolphin.”

“Refresh” is a digital single designed to give everyone who’s having a hard time with COVID-19 a reason to get back to their pre-pandemic summer vacation vibes. The album consists of two tracks, where “Refresh” is a funk and disco track that makes people want to start their car and go on a trip, “Good Wave” is reminiscent of people surfing in the ocean.

Starting with the digital single, Dydolphin said it will upload a variety of content that fans can enjoy on its official website (www.dydolphin.com).

Source: Dydolphin Project

CTBUH Expands Govt Management to Enhance Influence of Council

CHICAGO,
August 3, 2021 (Newswire.com) –

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) announces that it is expanding its executive leadership team to focus on its next phase of growth. CTBUH’s current CEO, Dr. Antony Wood, is transitioning to the role of President while the CTBUH Board of Trustees search for the organization’s next CEO.

“Under Dr. Wood’s leadership, CTBUH has experienced remarkable growth,” says CTBUH Chairman Steve Watts, “and we see an opportunity right now, with the world’s attention focused on the future of cities due to COVID-19, to scale this organization further while also making a significant investment in thought leadership and research.” Dr. Wood, an internationally recognized expert in the sustainable design of tall buildings, will lead efforts to expand CTBUH’s research and academic programs and serve as a global ambassador for the organization. “I truly feel the sky is the limit with respect to the possibilities for CTBUH,” says Dr. Antony Wood, “and I am energized in my role as President to focus on growing CTBUH’s prominence as a global leader on tall and urban issues while working collaboratively with a new CEO to take this organization to the next level.”  

The incoming CEO will complement Dr. Wood’s role and will work with the Board of Trustees to develop a strategic vision to enable the organization to reach its maximum potential. This leader will assume responsibility over an organization with many strong fundamentals and the potential for significant growth. To review the full job description, please visit https://www.ctbuh.org/ctbuh-news/ceo-recruitment. Nominations or expressions of interest may be directed to ceosearch@ctbuh.org.

About CTBUH

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) is a global nonprofit organization dedicated to smarter, more sustainable cities and a more viable future for global populations. CTBUH is headquartered in Chicago and has offices in Shanghai, China, and Venice, Italy. CTBUH’s worldwide membership network includes companies from fields such as real estate development, architecture, engineering, cost consulting, building management, and construction, among others. In addition to hosting leading industry events, CTBUH produces research and reporting on issues of significant consequence to its membership. Its most utilized asset is its building database, a compendium of detailed data, images, and technical information on more than 30,000 tall buildings throughout the world. CTBUH is best known to the public as the arbiter of tall building height and the global authority that bestows titles such as “The World’s Tallest Building.” Find out more about CTBUH at ctbuh.org ##

Source: Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat