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KidGlov, a boutique, full-service advertising, branding and content marketing agency based out of Lincoln and Omaha, Neb., recently welcomed leaders of Bryan Health, Rich Lloyd, president at Bryan College of Health Sciences and president at Hastings College, and Bob Ravenscroft, vice president of advancement and CDO, Bryan Health, to its podcast Agency for Change. The episode explored the incredible reach of Bryan Health and its many programs as well as new initiatives for the healthcare organization.

“Bryan Health is a tremendous asset to residents of Lincoln and across Nebraska,” said Lisa Bowen, KidGlov vice president managing director. “It was great hearing first-hand from Rich and Bob about the innovation Bryan Health continues to bring to the community.”

Bryan Health is a Nebraska-governed nonprofit health system that cares for patients, educates tomorrow’s health providers, motivates the community with fitness and health programs, and collaborates to continually improve how they serve others. Their award-winning network of doctors, hospitals and medical providers ensures the highest quality of care and the most advanced, effective treatments for those served throughout the region. In 2021, Bryan Health touched 195,000 unique lives through their health system which spans 50 different sites and employs 6,000 people.

The Agency for Change episode explored the future of nonprofit healthcare including the importance of health education and collaborative partnerships. Lloyd and Ravenscroft shared insight into new projects for Bryan Health including the April Sampson Cancer Center, an intergenerational living community with Tabitha, a collaboration with Lincoln Public Schools and a second nursing program located in Hastings, Neb.

“Our mission is to advance the health of individuals, in our region, through collaboration with physicians and communities,” said Ravenscroft. “We strive to live up to it every day, with every decision to exude excellence and deliver a better future for people who work here, choose to practice here and choose to seek care here.”

The full Agency for Change episode can be found on KidGlov’s website, or wherever podcasts are available.

To learn more about Bryan Health, visit https://www.bryanhealth.com/.

The Agency for Change podcast from KidGlov marketing and advertising agency brings stories of people creating positive change in the world. From large companies and nonprofit organizations to small advocacy groups and solo agents for change, the program explores what inspires these changemakers, the work they’re doing, and how they share their message.

“We’re incredibly proud of this award-winning podcast that shares the stories of changemakers and those organizations that inspire our work,” said Bowen.

The advertising agency’s podcast releases new episodes every week. Listeners can hear the show on major podcast platforms like Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, or on KidGlov’s website.

KidGlov is a boutique, full-service advertising, branding, and content marketing agency, as well as a certified B Corp, with offices in Omaha and Lincoln, Neb., which specializes in nonprofit marketing, healthcare marketing, financial marketing, social impact marketing, and purpose-driven businesses. It has been named one of the Best Places to Work in Lincoln, and has won several accolades for its work, including awards from the American Marketing Association and the American Advertising Federation. Learn more about KidGlov on their website, or by visiting their offices in Omaha at 2120 S. 72nd Street, Ste 640, Omaha, Neb. 68124, and in Lincoln at 1230 O. Street, Ste 111, Lincoln, Neb. 68508.

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Company Name
KidGlov
Contact Name
Lyn Wineman
Phone
402-509-5196
Address
2120 S 72nd St, Ste 640
City
Omaha
State
NE
Postal Code
68124
Country
United States
Website
https://kidglov.com/connect/

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