North Carolina and Kevin King are killing State Advocacy
Currently an assistant Athletic Trainer for the Carolina Panthers, Kevin King has helped lead North Carolina to many great achievements in State advocacy and PR.
Kevin is a co-chair of the NCAT PR committee
In the interview, Alisha discusses the Ballerina Project with Kevin and where they partnered with a dance studio and photographed dancers to create injury prevention posters and videos.
Kevin King is a Bowtie Guy
One of the NCATA flags was made into a bowtie and sold as a limited edition fundraiser for part of their state advocacy efforts.
While chatting with Kevin after the podcast People were asking where they could get one, but as he said, they are limited edition.
You can find your own style with The Two Guys Bowtie
I recently interviewed an NFL AT and the biggest concern was life balance and raising a family.
Alisha and Kevin King are both life balance people. We try not to use work/ life balance because work is part of your life that needs to stay in balance. trying to completely separate them causes more problems.
A few tips from Kevin:
- Start with a solid staff understanding
- When at home, be at home
- A partner you can connect with is EVERYTHING
Check out the live conversation on Facebook
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