Entries by Lizzi

Jerome Sabol, owner and president, Plumb Works

Sabol returns to the program to talk about one of Atlanta’s leading and longstanding plumbing companies. He’ll chat with host Jon Waterhouse about how the company continues approaching business amid the pandemic, and how the new apprentice program with Georgia Plumbing Association could help the current unemployment crisis. Sabol also puts the spotlight on the […]

Jon Wollenzien, CEO, and Isabel Soles, Clinical Director, YourTown Health

Wollenzien makes a return visit to the program to chat about YourTown Health’s network of nonprofit community health centers, each strategically located in areas facing limited access to affordable, quality healthcare. Soles joins Wollenzien to discuss the biggest challenges they’ve faced during the pandemic, how they’ve implemented new technologies, mobile COVID-19 testing, vaccine administration, and more. […]

Diamond Dallas Page, DDP Yoga

Just in time for New Year’s resolutions, we talk with Page, founder of the widely successful fitness program DDP Yoga. This retired professional wrestler combined yoga positions and calisthenics with physical therapy principles to create a unique program that continues to spawn incredible transformation stories. He talks about the genesis of the business, his experience […]

Chris Mitchell, Owner, Mitchell Cooling + Heating

Nearly 30 years ago, equipped with little more than a truck and $10,000, Mitchell started his own heating and air conditioning business. Today he and his team continue serving metro Atlanta and North Georgia, banking on basic business philosophies such as customer service, honesty, and avoiding upselling. Mitchell joins producer Jon Waterhouse for a conversation […]

Mike Killeen, vice president and partner, Lenz Marketing

This week we take a look at the art of marketing. More specifically, how to market a healthcare practice. Mike Killeen is vice president and partner of our show’s namesake, Lenz, a marketing agency. He directs client marketing for the company’s healthcare clients. Additionally, Mike teaches healthcare marketing to graduate students at Emory University’s Rollins […]

Jerome Sabol, owner and president, Plumb Works

After operating for more than 30 years, Plumb Works continues to be one of Atlanta’s leading plumbing companies and proudly bears an A-plus rating from the Better Business Bureau. Sabol, an award-winning owner/operator, talks with producer Jon Waterhouse about how to acquire business savvy through professional resources, the company’s training policy, the importance of customer […]

Jonathan Baltic, Senior Vice President, BrandArmor Technologies

In the midst of the pandemic, sanitation is on everyone’s mind, and it’s affecting all aspects of our world, including business. And this week’s guest has a unique product that’s relevant now more than ever. Baltic’s company, BrandArmor, is the creator and manufacturer of SafeWalls, a commercial-grade, customizable, antimicrobial wallcovering, for use in healthcare, food […]

Jay Rodgers, Owner, Full Moon Studio

This week’s show airs at a special time and day. Tune into this Lenz on Business show on 95.5 WSB at 1 PM on Sunday, September 27. On this week’s episode, we take a look behind the curtain at Full Moon Studio, a recording studio located in the music mecca of Athens, Georgia. Rodgers talks […]

Rachael Collier, Practice Leader and Senior Benefits Consultant, and Tina Macey, Senior Client Engagement Consultant, Total Employee Benefits

This week we take a look at employee benefits, certainly something relevant during the COVID-19 era. We hear from Collier and Macey of Total Employee Benefits, an insurance broker that not only sells employee benefits plans, but helps clients navigate coverage options to enrollment, onboarding, claims care, and renewals. They discuss topics including COVID-19’s impact […]

Keisha Jackson, owner One Voice Entertainment

On this episode, we take a look at how COVID-19 is impacting the local entertainment industry, and how one entrepreneur is making it work to her advantage. Keisha Jackson began her career at age 15, providing background vocals for her mother, legendary soul singer, Millie Jackson. Keisha went on to carve out her own recording […]

Jerome Sabol, owner and president, Plumb Works

After operating for more than 30 years, Plumb Works continues to be one of Atlanta’s leading plumbing companies and proudly bears an A-plus rating from the Better Business Bureau. Sabol, an award-winning owner/operator, talks with producer Jon Waterhouse about how to acquire business savvy through professional resources, the company’s training policy, the importance of customer […]

Dr. Chad Copper and Dr. Ronald Lewis, co-directors, Hernia Center of Northeast Georgia Medical Center

Recently Lenz on Business has been talking with a variety of healthcare professionals, checking the pulse on the business of healthcare during COVID-19. This week producer Jon Waterhouse talks with Drs. Copper and Lewis about elective surgeries during the pandemic, wearing the caps of both an executive and a surgeon, worker’s compensation, and more. Lenz on Business […]

Dan Fellner, CEO of Georgia Urology

As the recently-named CEO of the largest urology practice in Georgia, Dan didn’t take the typical path to the CEO chair. He brings nearly 25 years of law practice and human resources experience to the table. How will this give him a unique perspective? Dan talks about this and other topics, from medical distancing during COVID-19 […]

Steve Leondis, Owner and CEO of Horizon Air Freight

Lenz On Business often shares inspiring business stories and this week’s guest brings plenty to the table. 50 years ago, Steve’s immigrant father Anthony started Horizon Air Freight, equipped with little more than a small amount of capital and a dream. Today, Steve continues carrying his dad’s torch as Horizon Air Freight delivers critical marine […]

John Lenz, vice president, and Mike Killeen, vice president of marketing Lenz Marketing

What does Richard Lenz do when he’s not hosting the show? He’s founder, president, and CEO of Lenz Marketing, a downtown Decatur-based marketing agency. This unique episode finds Richard in the studio with his two partners, John Lenz and Mike Killeen, discussing topics including family relationships in the workplace, how to balance project diversity, continuing […]

Chris Mitchell, Owner, Mitchell Cooling + Heating

Nearly 30 years ago, equipped with little more than a truck and $10,000, Mitchell started his own heating and air conditioning business. Today he and his team continue serving metro Atlanta and North Georgia, banking on basic business philosophies such as customer service, honesty, and avoiding upselling. Mitchell joins producer Jon Waterhouse for a conversation […]

Dr. Hal Scherz, managing partner, Georgia Urology

Recently we’ve been talking with business leaders —from restaurateurs to executives— about the effects of COVID-19. This time we speak with Dr. Hal Scherz, a leader among Atlanta’s healthcare landscape, who serves as managing partner for Georgia Urology, the largest urology practice in the Southeast. Dr. Scherz is also an award-winning pediatric urologist, Wall Street […]

John Schuerholz, former Atlanta Braves GM and President, and Allan Vela, President and CEO of the Fox Theatre, Atlanta

Since many are longing for baseball season, now is the perfect time to revisit Richard’s interview with John Schuerholz, an inductee in the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. He also co-authored the book “Built to Win: Inside Stories and Leadership Strategies from Baseball’s Winningest GM.” As a bonus, producer Jon Waterhouse checks in […]