Views:52077149|Rating:4.94|View Time:3:33Minutes|Likes:871556|Dislikes:9767 Los Angeles-native pop starlet Billie Eilish is back with a stunning and deeply introspective performance of “idontwannabeyouanymore”, lifted off her debut EP Don’t Smile at Me.
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Intro Music: “Master Of Puppets” – Metallica
Video Music: “Bulletproof” – Godsmack / “Lost In The Echo” – Linkin Park
Outro Music: “Bully” – Shinedown
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Views:4|Rating:5.00|View Time:14:2Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 Mark invites us to look at the opportunity costs of not showing up for women and the impact it can have on business, societies and the world.Mark invites us to look at the opportunity costs of not showing up for women and the impact it can have on business, societies and the world. Dr. Mark Simpson Berry, P.E., was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. He is currently vice president of Environmental & Natural Resources for Georgia Power. Named to the position in August 2015, Dr. Berry is responsible for maximizing the value from Georgia Power-owned natural resources, acquiring real estate to support company operations and managing the company’s environmental compliance and stewardship programs to meet or surpass all environmental laws and regulations.
Mark returned to Southern Company after most recently serving as director in the generation sector at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), where he managed research and development efforts in renewables, water management, carbon capture and storage, and advanced fossil generation. Prior to EPRI, Berry served as director of Energy and Environment at Southern Research Institute. Mark worked 17 years in various capacities of increasing responsibility at Southern Company. He served as manager of environmental assessment for Southern Company’s Research and Environmental Affairs organization, where he managed the company’s regulatory response to federal rulemaking activity and the environmental science research program. He also served as director of Research and Technology Management, managing a portfolio of research related to emission controls, energy efficiency, renewables, power delivery, central station generation, and carbon capture utilization and storage.
Prior to joining Southern Company, he attained the commissioned rank of lieutenant commander in the United States Navy as a surface warfare officer. While on active duty, he served upon the USS Gunston Hall (LSD-44) in the capacities of deck officer and Combat Information Center officer. After joining the reserves, he served as an engineering officer supporting the USS Sentry (MCM-3) and as an intelligence officer supporting the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA HQ).
Mark holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Alabama A&M University, a bachelor’s and master’s degree in mechanical engineering and a Ph.D. in interdisciplinary engineering from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He also earned a master’s degree in public and private management from Birmingham Southern College and is a registered professional engineer. Dr. Berry holds four patents regarding technical approaches to control emissions from coal-fired power plants.
He is a governing board member of the Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District and serves on the boards of the Georgia Conservancy, Georgia Wildlife Federation, and Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership. Berry is president of the International Society of Electrostatic Precipitation, serves on the advisory boards of the Georgia Chapter of Trust for Public Lands and the School of Engineering at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and is a former board member of the Youth Motivation Task Force at Alabama A&M University.
He currently serves as executive champion of the Georgia Power AMIGOS employee resource group which is designed to assist in the recruiting, retention and development of Hispanic/Latino employees.
Mark is married to Crystal Reid Berry and is the proud and loving father to four children. He is an active, lifetime member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at
Views:4|Rating:0.00|View Time:29:3Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 On this episode of the Revolved Realty REAL TALK SHOW Tim’s guest is Zach Childress, president of the Madison County Real Estate Investors Association. Zach is a nationally renowned real estate investing expert author, and coach. Topics include: how to get started as a real estate investor, best type of project to start with, sources of education and funding, and more!
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Views:1|Rating:0.00|View Time:29:4Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 On this episode of The Entrepreneur Code Thom Rigby and Tim Knox talk about the concept of being busy. There’s good busy, bad busy, and just plain old busy work. Just because you’re busy doesn’t mean you’re actually getting anything done. Here’s the solution to the “I’ve been busy” conundrum.
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Views:34|Rating:5.00|View Time:33Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 Feb 3, 2018- The Camille Armstrong Memorial Scholarship Step Show was established to honor the dreams and aspirations of Ms. Camille Yvette Armstrong. In 1986, only a few weeks prior to graduation, Camille was tragically killed in a motor vehicle accident. As an outstanding student leader involved in multiple organizations, her death affected the entire UAB community. She was a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., served as a UAB Ambassador, and was best described as “a hardworking, dedicated student.” To preserve the memory of her dedicated service and love for UAB, a scholarship was established in her honor and is presented each year in her name. Student leaders work dutifully to recruit the best NPHC step teams from the southeastern region of the US, and the event continues to be one of the largest step shows in the state of Alabama. All proceeds fund the scholarship founded in her honor as well as the Camille Armstrong Memorial Scholarship Step Show for the upcoming year, in order to continue to bring awareness to and promotion of the scholarship.