Ep. 52 - Mission Control, This Is Braveheart’s for Kids with Brian Reinbold
A Mission Specialist (MS) is a position held by NASA astronauts who have been assigned to a limited field of the overall mission. Brian Reinbold oversees the operations of Bravehearts for Kids . This organization provides life-saving treatments, hope, and inspiration to families facing a pediatric cancer. In Brian’s own words, “I don’t fly the rockets; I just make sure the mission gets accomplished.” Learn about the groups' connection to NASA and all the other terrific things that Brian does to help people.
More About Brian ReinBold
Connect on LinkedIn: www.inkedin.com/in/brianreinbold
Brian Reinbold is at his best when he is helping others to become their best. He is the eternal optimist, an enlightening and uplifting speaker, and a community builder who inspires people in all walks of life to rise and meet their challenges through the service of others. With his innovative approach to leadership development, soothing voice, engaging sense of humor, passion for mentoring, and ability to harness the power of analogy to create the aha moment, Brian invites you to dream bigger, accomplish more, and have more fun than you ever thought possible.
More About the Braveheart for kids
BraveHearts for Kids is a national 501(c)(3) public charity with a mission of providing life-saving treatments, hope, and inspiration to families facing a pediatric cancer ordeal through outreach, information, and mentoring.
Adopting the title of Mission Specialist to align with Bravehearts’ connection to NASA, Brian builds on a tradition of excellence in corporate board service in a leadership role akin to a chief operating officer. He oversees the operations of the organization and manages the resources that build capacity and drive the success of each initiative. In Brian’s words, “I don’t fly the rockets; I just make sure the mission gets accomplished.”
At the focus of Brian’s work is elevating the national profile of BraveHearts through outreach and coordination of the fundraising effort. He is interested in connecting with servant business leaders, community leaders, people focused on social advocacy, unity, and constructive civic discourse, and influencers who leverage their status to lift people’s spirits and give them purpose and cause.
To review suggested donation levels and corresponding thank-you gifts, including a private tour of NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston guided by NASA engineer and BraveHearts for Kids founder, Jeremy Jacobs, please visit braveheartsforkids.org
For more information, or to become involved with the organization, please reach out to Brian here on LinkedIn or email him directly at email@example.com
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