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The YoPro Know launches season four of podcast: The Great Retention

GREENVILLE, S.C. —The YoPro Know has launched the new season of its podcast, The Great Retention, featuring an array of business leaders from industries including nonprofits, real estate, education and NASCAR.


Hosted by The YoPro Know founder, Kamber Parker Bowden, the Great Retention is a must-listen for anyone looking to learn more about young professionals, or “YoPros.” Furman University is one of the sponsors for the season. The lineup for this new season includes:

  • Meghan Barp, President & CEO at the United Way of Greenville County | Giving Back, Getting Ahead: How Companies Can Benefit from Purposeful Teams

  • Sallie Holder, Founder & CEO of The BRIMM | Closing the Gender Gap Through Innovation 

  • Samantha Reid, Population Health Management Leader, Well-Being Strategist at Cobbs Allen | Employee Well-Being in a Post-COVID World: What Leaders Need to Know

  • Jason Richards, Global Business Director at NAI Earle Furman | Building Careers and Building Communities: The Future of Commercial Real Estate

  • Ajit Vakharia, President & CEO of Flare Education | Investing in Tomorrow: How Flare Education Cultivates Future Leaders and Culture Catalysts

  • Charlotte McDavid, Assistant Superintendent for Transformation at Greenville County Schools | Building the Future Workforce: A Conversation with Greenville County's Charlotte McDavid

  • John Ferguson, Chief Human Resources Officer at NASCAR | Make Your Org A Great Place To Be From

  • Tiffney Davidson-Parker, Executive Director NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness | Addressing Mental Health in the Young Professional Workforce

  • Kamber Parker Bowden on Exploring Workforce Trends for Young Professionals


The YoPro Know is an innovative consulting group changing how businesses engage with young professionals. It draws on its exclusive content and knowledge base to help business leaders better attract young professionals using digital branding and culture. 


“We are excited about the guests and content we have lined up for our new season,” said Parker Bowden. “Anyone looking to learn more about young professionals needs to tune in as our guests offer amazing insights into the modern workplace.”


About The YoPro Know:


The YoPro Know’s mission is to help businesses develop the future leaders of our workforce through research, education, and recruiting and retention consulting. Based in Greenville, S.C. with a national community, The YoPro Know promotes success in the workplace by being a bridge between ambitious young professionals and progressive businesses who want to recruit, engage, and retain them. Learn more at www.yoproknow.com.

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