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Jeff Stanislow

Join our host Jeff Stanislow on That is Good to Know as he explores the essential information you need to stay informed.

Jeff is accompanied by co-host and entrepreneur Royce Pope, offering a unique perspective from the Gen Z mindset. Together, they deliver a captivating experience that will keep you in the loop and provide valuable insights.

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Thomas Blake

Thomas Blake

Thomas grew up in Fairfield, Connecticut, where he attended Fairfield Warde High School. Later, he pursued higher education at Harvard University, graduating and turning pro in 1996.

Thomas competed in both singles and doubles events. In singles, he had a modest record, but it was in doubles that he truly shone. He partnered with James Blake in the US Open doubles in 1999 and 2002, showcasing their sibling synergy on the court.

Thomas’s academic background was impressive. As a Harvard Crimson alumnus, he brought both brains and brawn to the tennis court.

Featured in Episode 35

Amanda Cordero

Amanda Cordero

President

Amanda’s overall philosophy is that anything can be beautiful if you’re looking at it the right way. And what she sees when she’s looking at our friends at Gigi’s Playhouse is pure love, pure joy, and pure innocence, and she feels compelled to share that with the rest of the world. The Playhouse not only supports and educates an underserved demographic, but it also spreads awareness and inclusion throughout the community.

Featured in Episode 35

Craig Woodard Sr

Craig Woodard Sr

Executive Director & President

Craig Woodard Sr. embodies the spirit of service—a beacon in his community, a mentor to many, and a tireless advocate for positive change. Born and raised in the heart of a small town, Craig’s journey unfolded against the backdrop of rolling hills, tight-knit neighborhoods, and the echoes of generations past.

Craig Woodard Sr.’s impact transcends titles and accolades. It lives on in the laughter of children playing at the newly renovated park, in the murals that adorn Main Street, and in the hearts of those who continue his work. His story reminds us that leadership isn’t about grand gestures; it’s about showing up, caring deeply, and leaving the world a little better than we found it.

Featured in Episode 35

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Episodes

Episode 35 with Thomas Blake, Amanda Cordero with Gigi’s Playhouse and Craig Woodard Sr with Down Syndrome Association of Tampa Bay

Welcome to the thirty-fifth episode of “That is Good to Know”! Today Jeff welcomes Thomas Blake, Amanda Cordero with Gigi's Playhouse and Craig Woodard Sr with Down Syndrome Association of Tampa BayThomas grew up in Fairfield, Connecticut, where he attended Fairfield...

Episode 34 with Nuke Goldstein from Raver.AI

Welcome to the thirty-fourth episode of “That is Good to Know”! Today Jeff welcomes Nuke Goldstein from Raver.AI.Nuke Goldstein is a seasoned technologist and entrepreneur, currently serving as the Co-Founder and CTO at Celsius Network. With a diverse background...

Episode 33 with Jack Stanislow

Welcome to the thirty-third episode of “That is Good to Know”! Today Jeff welcomes Jack Stanislow.Jack Stanislow is passionate in all that he does; he strives to accomplish tasks and bring others up. Now, as a young businessman and entrepreneur, Jack is excited to...

Episode 32 with Melih Oztalay and Nuke Goldstein from Raver.AI

Welcome to the thirty-second episode of “That is Good to Know”! Today Jeff welcomes Melih Oztalay with SmartFinds Marketing and Nuke Goldstein with Raver.AIAs the CEO of SmartFinds Marketing, Melih Oztalay is at the forefront of technological innovation. With over 25...

Episode 31 with Royce Pope from Defi Lava

Welcome to the thirty episode of “That is Good to Know”! Today Jeff welcomes Royce Pope from Defi Lava.Royce Pope is a founding Partner at DeFi Lava, where he plays a pivotal role in educating the public about Cryptocurrency, NFTs, and Metaverse Gaming1. His expertise...

Episode 30 with Ian Baxter from First Tee Tampa and Edward Biss from Carnival of Crue

Welcome to the thirty episode of “That is Good to Know”! Today Jeff welcomes Ian Baxter from First Tee Tampa and Edward Biss from Carnival of CrueIan is a passionate advocate for youth development through golf. His leadership has made a significant impact on the...

Episode 34 with Nuke Goldstein from Raver.AI

Welcome to the thirty-fourth episode of “That is Good to Know”! Today Jeff welcomes Nuke Goldstein from Raver.AI.Nuke Goldstein is a seasoned technologist and entrepreneur, currently serving as the Co-Founder and CTO at Celsius Network. With a diverse background...

Episode 33 with Jack Stanislow

Welcome to the thirty-third episode of “That is Good to Know”! Today Jeff welcomes Jack Stanislow.Jack Stanislow is passionate in all that he does; he strives to accomplish tasks and bring others up. Now, as a young businessman and entrepreneur, Jack is excited to...

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