Breakdown of the Show
This week it is all about women and women entrepreneurs. We have a great slate of guests you are really going to enjoy. In fact, we had so many, we decided to do this for two weekends. Next week will be more.
- Janis Burke, CEO of the Harris County Houston Sports Authority, talks to us about her organization and on growing it from merely being the landlord of the sports teams, to acting as ambassador to draw sporing events to Houston.
- Robin Strickland, Founder and CEO of the Big Little Fudge Company, brings some goodies into the studio and talks about the amazing success of her company.
- Diane Parmer, CEO of the Holly Hall Christian Retirement Community, talks about running a non-profit and how to recognize revenue streams and capitalize on them as to not be dependent on donation to fund operations.
- Alicia Goodrow, CEO of Pantheon of Women, talks about the movie business and their latest project, “Daughter of a Daughter of a Queen.”
Each Segment on Video
Segment 1 – Janis Burke, Harris County Houston Sports Authority
Segment 2 – Robin Strickland, Big Little Fudge
Segment 3 – Diane Parmer, Holly Hall Christian Retirement Community
Segment 4 – Alicia Goodrow, Pantheon of Women