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 In Higher Education, a great employee experience equals a great student experience...but sometimes we compromise on the former for the latter. 

Join Eddie Francis, a professional who has spent his career in both talent acquisition and higher ed marketing as he explores creative and practical ways to create a great experience for faculty and staff on your campus.

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About the Pod

No matter the institution, company, or organization, everyone wants to find the best talent, and everyone wants to keep their best talent. Higher education is no different. 

Eddie Francis has worked in both talent acquisition and higher ed marketing. On this podcast, he explores ways to create a great experience for faculty and staff on your campus. Because, in education, a great employee experience equals a great student experience. And who doesn’t want that?

You can expect to experience honest conversation, get insights from experts, and hear success stories from campuses every other week. 

Eddie's goal for this show?  To help inspire higher ed leaders to create a culture that will make the people say, “I Wanna Work There!” 

About Your Host

Eddie Francis is a marketing and communications professional, speaker, and award-winning mass media veteran. He dedicates his time to helping people and organizations express the value of their identities so that their brands stand out.

Eddie produces and hosts the “For Our Edification” podcast as well as the Enrollify Podcast Network’s “I Wanna Work There!” He also presents “The Black Greek Success Program” to show members of African American fraternities and sororities how to enhance their leadership skills as well as “Lectures to Livelihood” to help college students prepare for career opportunities.

Eddie launched his career with one of New Orleans’ top-ranked radio stations. He became known as “Fast Eddie,” the producer of the wildly popular “C.J. & Company” morning show on WQUE-FM.

He later moved on to co-produce and contribute to the award-winning “Sunday Journal with Hal Clark” on WYLD-FM where he earned the Press Club of New Orleans’ Best Radio Entertainment Feature award for his interview with Rwandan genocide survivor Immaculée Ilibagiza. Eddie also produced Q93’s weekly show, “Real Talk.”

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