Today's ShelbyPODCAST is a bonus edition in rememberance of the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. Special guest, Bill Jim Davis, a retired U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander and Pearl Harbor survivor, will share his memories of that day 66 years ago. Bill Jim later went on to serve three terms as Tennessee state senator in the 1970’s and established a veterans’ memorial in Covington, TN. He recently wrote a soon-to-be-published book, Abandon Ship, recounting his adventures. Please join us to hear his eye-witness account of the day that will live in infamy.
This edition of ShelbyPODCAST will feature Bobby Easley, the editor of the SSTips Newsletter. The newsletter was started in 1997 by Alfred Johnson to provide Shelby customers with helpful tips. Under Alfred’s leadership, Bobby has stepped in to continue the high level of quality that over 1,100 Shelby subscribers have come to expect from SSTips. Bobby will tell us more about the newsletter, offer some useful year-end recommendations and share how to view a W-2 Wizard Tutorial.
This ShelbyPODCAST installment welcomes Shelby Systems’ Director of Technology Development, Steve Pruitt. Steve has been a valuable part of the Shelby team for 15 years and currently leads the programming, information technology, and quality assurance departments. He will be explaining how to use Check-In and sharing new enhancements that have been made to the program. Steve will provide information that will be valuable to both beginning and experienced users.
This ShelbyPODCAST installment highlights one of Shelby's international clients in Africa. Yinka Akinlade, the Vicar of Anglican Church on the Peninsula in Lagos, Nigeria, recently visited the Shelby offices for one-on-one training. While here, he shared facts about his homeland and his church's decision to choose Shelby as their ministry management solution. We are pleased to add Yinka's church to the expanding list of global Shelby clients.
This ShelbyPODCAST installment focuses on an interview with Shelby's new Director of Customer Development, Ron Chandler. Ron recently joined the Shelby team after 30 years of experience in ministry-related business administration, most recently at Germantown Baptist Church. Mr. Chandler leads Shelby's customer support, training, education, and events departments. In today's podcast, Ron talks about his approach to leadership, goals for the customer development division, and the creation of churchadminpro.com.