On the latest episode of The MNM Podcast, Lani Lutar and Danielle Thomsen join host Dike Anyiwo for a discussion precipitated by a recent blog post: Achieving Buy-In from Water Customers on Rate Increases. Lani and Danielle co-authored the post for the MNM news blog. They point out that we expect clean and safe water, straight from the tap 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. And yet we often take for granted everything that is required to keep clean water flowing through our taps.
Lani is the President of Responsible Solutions, a public affairs firm specializing in advocacy, coalition building and government relations. Danielle is a Senior Account Executive at Manolatos Nelson Murphy Advertising & Public Relations (MNM). MNM services numerous water utility companies, with a focus on development and implementation of effective communications strategies that inspire action and achieve results.
Listen to the latest episode of The MNM Podcast and learn more about how investing in our water system is the right thing to do and is sorely needed.
We recorded a podcast on long-distance commutes, the backcountry vs. the I-15 growth and transit corridor, the omnipresent wildfire threat, and what housing experts refer to as the “missing middle.”
Our podcast includes an interview with Ginger Hitzke, an affordable housing developer who commutes to work every day from her home in Riverside County to her office in Lemon Grove. She avoids rush hour traffic to avoid spending more than 3 hours a day commuting.
We also spoke with Christopher Dicus, a professor of wildland fire and fuels management at California Polytechnic State University and a former firefighter, because very often housing opponents bring up wildfires as a reason not to build along the I-15 growth and transit corridor. In the last segment, you will hear from MNM’s Dike Anyiwo, Tanya Mannes Castaneda and Tony Manolatos.
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Episode 1: Dike Arrives
Manolatos Nelson Murphy Advertising & Public Relations (MNM) has announced the appointment of Dike Anyiwo to the role of account executive as part of the firm’s strategic talent acquisition to serve its growing portfolio of local, state and national clients.
Among other talents, Anyiwo developed and refined his own “podcast studio in a backpack” method, which allows him to create audio content anywhere. This provides MNM’s clients with more creative content options that can be quickly deployed and shared across multiple platforms.
To celebrate Dike’s arrival at MNM, we recorded a podcast with him, Tanya Mannes Castaneda and Tony Manolatos.
Listen along as the team discusses what to expect now that Dike has arrived.
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