Episode 27 with William McKissock from Schooley Mitchell and Christine Hamacher from Sages Theater

May 11, 2024

Episode 27 - William McKissock from Schooley Mitchell

by That is Good to Know

Episode 27 - Christine Hamacher from Sages Theater

by That is Good to Know

Welcome to the twenty-seventh episode of “That is Good to Know”! Today Jeff welcomes William McKissock from Schooley Mitchell and Christine Hamacher from Sages Theater

William McKissock

William McKissock

Optimization Specialist

William McKissock is an Expense Reduction Specialist at Schooley Mitchell based in Stratford, Ontario.

Previously, He was an Owner Principalat McKissock Franchise Consulting and also held positions at Highlander Hard Surface Restoration, Scottish Borders Council, East Lothian Council, South Ayrshire Council, South Ayrshire Council, South Ayrshire Council, South Ayrshire Council.

William recently won the Head Office Appreciation Award in recognition of his outstanding efforts as a Schooley Mitchell franchisee.

He was also awarded the Good News Contribution award for his outstanding contributions to Schooley Mitchell’s good news memo as well as the Discussion Board Contributions award for his outstanding contributions to the Schooley Mitchell discussion board.

Christine Hamacher

Christine Hamacher

CEO & Artistic Director

Christine Hamacher worked as the Director of Community Outreach for private-duty home care agencies in Tampa Bay, Florida for eight years. With a background in public relations, client services, case management, education, and business development, she has always been a fierce community advocate for vulnerable populations. Her experience in the senior home care industry, as A Matter of Balance coach, and as a family caregiver give her unique insight to the causes of falls among older adults and what can be done to prevent them.

She also volunteered as Chair of the Fall Prevention Coalition of Pinellas and Pasco counties for four years. Under her leadership, membership dramatically increased and public education efforts grew to include a video on the impact of falls for older adults, quarterly educational meetings at hospitals, annual community health fairs, a variety of seminars/workshops, and multiple city proclamations for Fall Prevention Awareness Day each year. Christine’s determination to utilize live theater and senior actors to spotlight fall prevention awareness led to the development of the one-act play, Denying Gravity, which has positively impacted larger audiences than ever anticipated. Directing this production ignited a fire in her to continue educating and empowering seniors on important topics through community theater.

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