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Recent Episodes

This week hear from MDJ staff writers Rosie Manins and Aleks Gilbert,  as they keep you up to date on all things Cobb County. Rosie covers tourism and its effects on Cobb County during this pandemic. Aleks will discuss possibilities of the use of the $132,000,000 in Cobb.

Stay tuned, to hear the inaugural audible version of “Around town” with Vice President of Content and Managing Editor – J.K. Murphy

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Kennestone docs advise patients not to delay:

This week Marietta Daily Journal staff writer Rosie Manins talks with Kennestone Chief Medical Officer Dr.Reddy and Dr.Mangel, Wellstar Health System’s Chief Cardiology Officer, on COVID- 19 and the effects on the hospital and Cobb County. 

"We know people are fearful that going to the hospital may increase the likelihood of catching COVID-19," but putting off a visit could do more harm than good. "

"We are still open for (all) business."

Dr. Vik Reddy, Chief Medical Officer at Wellstar Kennestone Hospital in Marietta Dr. Barry Mangel, Wellstar Health System’s Chief Cardiology Officer

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This week Cobb Life Magazine Editor Katy Ruth Camp interviews her second guest on Cobb Life’s, 20-under-40-influencers podcast series. This episode is guaranteed to make you laugh with local comedian, Lace Larrabee.

Guest Spotlight

Lace Larrabee

Nationally Touring Stand-up Comedian / Actor, Creator of Laugh Lab, Podcast Host of Cheaties (The Podcast of Champions) 

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This week Marietta Daily Journal staff writer Aleks Gilbert talks with Wellstar Kennestone Hospital President Mary Chapman, one of Cobb’s leaders in the medical field, to discuss  COVID- 19 and the effects on the hospital and Cobb County.

“We have seen over the last five days a decrease in our numbers of what we call patients under investigation. That number has been as high as double digits. ... we have also seen a flattening of the curve in the number of positive (cases of Covid-19)” – Mary Chatman

Chatman, who holds a Ph.D. in nursing administration from East Carolina University, has over 30 years in health care experience and has served as chief operating officer and chief nursing officer in Greenville, North Carolina and Savannah. She is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the American Nurses Association, and has served on the Georgia State Board of Nursing.

Guest Spotlight

Mary Chatman,

Executive Vice President Wellstar Health Systems

President- Kennestone Hospital

President- Windy Hill Hospital

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This episode, we take a break from the virus as Marietta Daily Journal sports editor John Bednarowski interviews former Sprayberry football coach Billy Shackelford as they talk about former Yellow Jackets who are primed for this week's NFL Draft.

“As a football coach, you spend so much time with these guys. They become part of your family, man. You grow to appreciate them not only as athletes, but most importantly as people. It is really an amazing journey. We get to be a part of their lives at some  really important times of their lives, some real developmental times in their lives.”

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Billy Shackelford is entering his fourth season as head coach at East Paulding High School, but the previous 10 seasons he coached at his alma mater, Sprayberry, in east Cobb. He had the pleasure of coaching former UGA kicker Rodrigo Blankenship and Florida defensive lineman Jabari Zuniga, who are poised to be selected in this week’s NFL Draft.

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KSU economics prof: 'March was nothing short of horrific'

This week, MDJ discusses effects of COVID-19 with local economist, Dr. Roger Tutterow. Listeners get an in-depth conversation between Dr. Tutterow and Cobb Business Journal, Cobb Life Magazine and MDJ Features Editor Katie Ruth Camp on the current economic effect of the virus and what we might expect in the future.

Guest Spotlight

Dr. Roger Tutterow

Henssler Financial Endowed Chair, Director of the Econometric Center and Professor of Economics, Finance and Quantitative Analysis. 

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Judge Green

This week, MDJ discusses Covid 19 with Judge Rueben Green of Cobb County. 

Guest Spotlight

Judge Rueben Green

Judge Reuben Green presides over Cobb County Veterans Accountability and Treatment Court. Veterans Court serves veterans who have underlying issues associated with their military service which, in part, cause them to be involved in the criminal justice system.

Prior to becoming a Superior Court Judge in 2010, Judge Green served as a Special Assistant United States Attorney in the Northern District of Georgia, an Assistant District Attorney in the Cobb Judicial Circuit, and as an attorney with the law firm of King & Spalding.

Judge Green graduated with Honors from Emory University School of Law and received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon. Before attending college he served on active duty in the United States Marine Corps.

Judge Green is heavily involved in the legal community as a member of the Marine Corps Association of Georgia Lawyers, the Charles Weltner Family Law Inn of Court, Cobb County Bar Association, and the State Bar of Georgia. He also participates annually as a judge in the Georgia Intrastate Moot Court Competition.  He is on the Boards for the Rotary Club of Marietta and the Continuum of Care for Cobb County, and serves on the Advisory Board for the Atlanta Chapter of the Federalist Society. He has participated with a number of civic and professional organizations, including Rotary International, Boy Scouts of America, the Cobb Chamber of Commerce, Marietta Mentoring for Leadership, and the Marietta Pilgrimage Tour. Judge Green has also taught courses in law, professionalism, and criminal justice at Emory University School of Law, Kennesaw State University, and Chattahoochee Technical College.

Judge Green is a member of Johnson Ferry Baptist Church. He is married and has two children.

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KSU President Pam Whitten

Marietta Daily Journal Education Reporter Thomas Hartwell,  sits down with Kennesaw State University President Pam Whitten. Pam discusses the transition to online class due to COVID.

This week, our host Darien Southerland , has a chance to sit down with local legend Moby, from Moby in the Morning. Moby discusses the Covid effects on his household. 

Guest Spotlight

Pam Whitten-

Pamela S. Whitten was named Kennesaw State University’s fifth president on June 12, 2018 by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, following a nationwide search. Whitten began her tenure on July 16, 2018. As president, she has made improving the student education and experience her top priority, by enhancing the availability of in-demand courses, growing summer enrollment, initiating new faculty and advisor hiring, creating scholarships, and strengthening the research capacity of the university.

Previously, Whitten served as senior vice president for academic affairs and provost at the University of Georgia (UGA), from February 2014 to June 2018. As the chief academic officer, she was responsible for overseeing instruction, research, public service and outreach, student affairs, and information technology.

Prior to serving as provost at UGA, Whitten was director for telemedicine at the University of Kansas Medical Center before she joined Michigan State University, where she worked her way through the faculty ranks and eventually served as dean of the College of Communication Arts and Sciences.

An internationally recognized expert in the field of telemedicine – the remote delivery of health care services and information – Whitten has conducted research with funding from multiple state and federal agencies such as the National Institutes of Health and the U.S. Department of Commerce. She has published two books and more than 100 peer-reviewed research articles and book chapters.

Whitten holds a Ph.D. in Communication Studies from the University of Kansas, a Master of Arts in Communication from the University of Kentucky and a Bachelor of Science in Management from Tulane University.

 Moby-

James Carney was born in Crossville, Tennessee and got the nickname Moby at the age of 12 and has been known as Moby in the Morning on the radio since 1981. He landed his first radio job at the age of 15 on WCSV AM in Crossville. He attended Belmont College in Nashville with the dream of becoming a high school band director. But radio was under his skin, so he quit school and went back to Crossville where he worked for WAEW for two years. Then he started his climb upward by moving to stations in Nashville, Tampa, Houston, and Dallas. In 1991 he came to KICKS 101 in Atlanta where he remained for 10 years. He is a Five-time winner of Billboard's Major Market Country Morning Show of the Year, nominated twice as Major Market Morning Show of the Year by the Country Music Association, and was an Academy of Country Music's Major Market DJ of the Year. Today he is President of Atlanta-based Moby Enterprises, Inc. and creator of "The Biggest Small Town in AMERICA" Radio Network and heard on stations in Tennessee, West Virginia, Missouri and Georgia. Moby is a 2012 inductee into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

           

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COVID -19 Sen. Kelly Loeffler

Marietta Daily Journal Managing Editor and Vice President of Content, J.k. Murphy, sits down with Georgia’s Junior Senator, Kelly Loeffler, and discussed how COVID has affected Georgia economically, and her personally.

            “She is clearly reaching out to the public. She needs to get past this stock trade issue its dissolving her campaign. She just needs to get past that.” – Jk Murphy (Managing Editor and Vice President of Content)

            “We are talking about a package that has about, the firepower of about a third of the US economy being deployed in a matter of two weeks. It’s a lot!”  - Sen. Kelly Loeffler

Guest Spotlight-

Sen. Kelly Loeffler - Born November 27, 1970) is the   for  since 乐乐棋牌. She is a . Loeffler served as  (CEO) of , a subsidiary of commodity and financial service provider . Loeffler is co-owner of the  in the  (WNBA).

On December 4, 2019,   selected Loeffler as the successor to Senator , who announced his intention to resign at the end of 2019 due to health issues. She was sworn into office on January 6, 乐乐棋牌. Loeffler intends to run for her seat in the .

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