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ChangeMakers Podcast tells stories of people trying the change the world. Host Amanda Tattersall travels the globe, talking to the people involved in extraordinary campaigns, finding out what works - and what doesn’t. Hopes, fears and regrets are revealed. Story by story, the lessons of how to change the world are teased out. Series One in 2017 featured ten episodes, and Series 2 released in 2018 covers campaigns from the democracy movement in Hong Kong to the Marriage Equality movement in A ...
 
ChangeMakers Podcast tells stories of people trying to change the world. Each week, host Amanda Tattersall travels the globe, talking to the people involved in extraordinary campaigns, finding out what works - and what doesn't. Hopes, fears and regrets are revealed. Story by story, the lessons of how to change the world are teased out. Over ten episodes ChangeMakers looks at twenty campaigns, in 14 countries across the globe. From anti-Putin activists in Moscow, to democracy advocates in Hon ...
 
Starting something that has a positive impact is incredibly difficult. We don't spend a lot of time focusing on positive change-makers in the media and who they are. This makes the regular person believe that they can't make an impact, but in fact, these changemakers are just like them with one difference: they took action. This podcast aims to inspire that first step to taking action on something you're passionate about and will make the world a better place.
 
Thanks for checking out the Sacred Changemakers podcast, my name is Jayne Warrilow and I am passionate about human potential. This podcast has one purpose to truly take a stand for change and transformation, but not just any old change, we believe in positive change with the potential to make a real difference in our world. We’re talking personal, professional and social impact. So come with us on a journey, as we go behind the scenes with people who are making a real difference in our world ...
 
"Changemakers LA” is the inaugural podcast series of LISC LA. It is a tribute to the people and the policies that work to make LA neighborhoods good places to live, work, and play. The series is a forum for contemporary change-makers and LISC partners to share how they tackle the pressing issues of Affordable Housing, Economic Development, Transportation, and Safety in a time of growing prosperity and growing inequity in LA.
 
UQ ChangeMakers is a podcast series that tells the stories of some of the most influential members of the UQ community. From incredible discoveries and groundbreaking research to inspiring leadership and innovation, listen as we get know our amazing change makers and find out what makes them tick.
 
Join us for a conversation with Adda Birnir, cofounder of SkillCrush; Kimberly Bryant, founder of Black Girls Code; Samantha John, cofounder of Hopscotch; Kristen Titus, executive director of Girls Who Code; and Rachel Weiss, vice president of Digital Innovation, Content, and New Business Ventures at L’Oréal. Moderated by Kelly Hoey of Women Innovate Mobile, the panel will explore the classes, camps, apps, and tools for educating the next generation of technologists and programmers.
 
Join speaker, author and intuitive business coach Ronnie Tsunami, Th.M., as he interviews guest experts about the awakening and shift to higher consciousness. Ronnie uses his diverse experience in marketing, technology and spirituality to help entrepreneurial changemakers to create, grow and manage successful businesses while also living their purpose and creating a better world.
 
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Do you need a charismatic leader to make change in the world? Arnie Graf’s life’s work shows the answer is ‘no.’ He’s spent 45 years working with people like you and me to build movements that collectively lead change. This episode talks about how he got there and what he learnt. He shares how he was trained by Saul Alinsky the grandfather of commu…
 
Do you need a charismatic leader to make change in the world? Arnie Graf’s life’s work shows the answer is ‘no.’ He’s spent 45 years working with people like you and me to build movements that collectively lead change. This episode talks about how he got there and what he learnt. He shares how he was trained by Saul Alinsky the grandfather of commu…
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is Richard Rierson, a leadership expert known for his highly-rated podcast Dose of Leadership and his ability to transform individuals and cultures. Richard has over 25 years of professional leadership service as a USMC Officer, Corporate Executive, Professional Aviator, & Entrepreneur. He’s the host of the top-ra…
 
In this episode, I interview Leif Cocks the founder of The Orangutan Project. Leif has worked with and campaigned for orangutans for almost 30 years. Leif’s years in the field have earned him respect within the conservation field. He has been a key player in developing conservation plans for orangutans and influencing positive change for orangutan …
 
Following the 2021 coup by the Burmese military, the Burmese community have built an extraordinary civil disobedience movement to call for the return of democracy. Today we speak to Myint Cho a long time Burmese pro-democracy activist, active in the student movement in 1988, and then based at the Thai-Burma border for 12 years. He shares the long h…
 
Following the 2021 coup by the Burmese military, the Burmese community have built an extraordinary civil disobedience movement to call for the return of democracy. Today we speak to Myint Cho a long-time Burmese pro-democracy activist, active in the student movement in 1988, and then based at the Thai-Burma border for 12 years. He shares the long h…
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is Dr. Tom Garcia. Tom is a shamanic teacher, mentor and spiritual guide with a unique gift for helping you to quickly and easily clear away the blocks that may be keeping you from reaching your dreams and experiencing peace and happiness now. With the help of the mystical guides who led him to his own spiritual a…
 
In this episode, I speak with Julian O'Shea, the founder of Unbound.Unbound ​is an Australian social enterprise reshaping the way we do education. They provide practice-based learning programs for entrepreneurs and university students that focus on sustainability, entrepreneurship, and social impact design, both in Australia and across the Asia-Pac…
 
During the interview, Rusty talks about growing up in Texas, graduating from the University of North Texas and getting into the insurance business. He discusses being named President and CEO of Higginbotham in 1989 at the age of 27, and implementing the firm’s defining “single source” service model whereby customers can obtain all their insurance a…
 
In 2018, almost half of all renters in the United States were considered to be either moderately or severely cost-burdened, which means housing costs exceeded 30% of the family income. The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted and exacerbated the growing income inequality that has left millions of households behind. Specifically, income inequality betwee…
 
Summoning The Sacred Our guest on the podcast this week is Pasha Hogan. Pasha is the founder and teacher of the joy of Creative Discovery, which is also the title of her latest book, she is also the author of Third Time Lucky: a Creative Recovery. She trained in Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapy & Counseling at the Tivoli Institute in Dublin, …
 
There is a sexual assault crisis in Australia right now. Today we have a special episode - a re-recorded speech that was delivered by host Amanda Tattersall to 500 year 9 and 10 female and male high school students at a public high school in Sydney’s inner West Sydney for its International Women’s Day Assembly. See omnystudio.com/listener for priva…
 
Dr Bree Gorman is the founder of Bree Gorman Consulting. A boutique consulting company that focuses on helping organizations become more diverse and inclusive. Dr Gorman has hands-on experience in identifying the barriers to equality that exist in organisations and has a tool kit of actions to draw upon that can work to decrease risk, improve perfo…
 
What does it take for a teenager to turn into a planet defender? Jean Hinchliffe is a climate campaigner and a new author of activist handbook Lead the Way. Today she talks about her activist journey and the lessons she has learnt about making powerful change. Find more about ChangeMakers on our website - https://changemakerspodcast.org/ where you …
 
Chris and Tasha both followed their dream of opening a family-run business when a few opportunities presented themselves during the first lockdown. We speak to Chris about their journey so far, the impacts of COVID, and the local support they have received from the community of Gortin, Co. Tyrone. Chris also discusses his 'WHY?', family life, and h…
 
52: One Year Anniversary Show Join Nick and Jayne Warrilow for a different kind of episode as we celebrate our one-year anniversary of the Sacred Changemakers Podcast. Today, Nick and Jayne are talking about their journey over the past year as they created the community and podcast for Sacred Changemakers, the highs and the lows, and everything in …
 
In this episode, I speak with Mikhara Ramsing aka Miks. Miks is the founder of the social enterprise Miks Chai.About Miks Chai: Miks, aka Mikhara Ramsing, started brewing her Aaji’s (grandmother's) chai to bring people together to share stories. Hearing the courageous experiences of others and sharing her own story, saved her life. In total she tra…
 
From challenging stereotypes of girls in her Catholic school more than 40 years ago, to her first job after college convincing nonprofits to engage with youth volunteers, or her role as board chair of a global nonprofit transforming the way we do international development, Nancy has experienced the challenges of leading big change within establishe…
 
We live in a world where comparison is everything, where we're caught in the trap of always wanting more. Then when you get what you want, you realise there's something else that you need! In this episode Gary and Darran discuss the value we place on material things, linking to their own experiences and stories that they've read. You can catch more…
 
The average net worth of a White family in America is 10x greater than the average net worth of a Black family. Let that sink in. In this episode, Tunua sits down with two experts to explore the topic of Coronavirus resiliency and racial inequity, especially during this unprecedented time. Joining LISC LA for this conversation are: Maurice Jones, t…
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is my good friend Dorothy Siminovitch, PhD and Master Certified Coach and I have to tell you she is one of the best coaches I know. Dorothy is an international coach, consultant, speaker, and author. She is founder of the ICF approved Gestalt Coaching Program-Istanbul, and serves as Director of Training and facult…
 
In this episode, I speak with Rusty Benson. Rusty is the cofounder of Raine and Makin, a boutique design agency that works specifically with non-profits and social impact organizations.They use design to solve real, often complex, human problems.We talk about the following: The balance of making money and solving social impact problems The importan…
 
We welcomed a selection of global guests to our first TED Circles event including Kaig Lightner, Clare Carson, John McAllister, Matt Thomas, James Green & Ciarán Ó Catháin. In our first discussion, we covered the topic "what is authenticity?". We appreciate our guest's willingness to connect and share their thoughts in this process. We will host a …
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is Daniel Levin. Daniel walked away from an opportunity to run a billion dollar business, to hitchhike around the world to find happiness and inner peace. He studied in a seminary five years and left one day before becoming a Rabbi and he has lived as a Monk in a monastery for 10 years. As Director of Business Dev…
 
In this episode, I speak to Rebecca Crawley the co-founder of a social enterprise called Dumu Balcony Cafe. Dumu Balcony Cafe is located in Bright, Victoria. They employ and train indigenous youth in hospitality, retail, and tourism in an effort to help break generational welfare dependency. We speak about the following in this episode : Why Dumu B…
 
Recently, Joel co-founded Kosan, a travel clothing company. The company launched one of the most successful Kickstarter apparel products of all time - reaching over $1M in sales in 30 days. He appeared on CBC's hit show Dragon's Den, was one of the inaugural BCBusiness 30 Under 30 entrepreneurs and is also an author and award-winning documentary fi…
 
49: The Power Of Story To Change Our World Our guest on the podcast this week is my good friend Lisa Bloom, founder of Story Coach, she works with organizations developing Transformational Story Leaders, creative yet resilient cultures, and leading powerful change processes with the power of storytelling. Lisa helps entrepreneurs and business owner…
 
** This episode was recorded in December 2020 ** We’re almost a full year into the COVID-19 crisis and so many individuals and businesses are months behind in their rent due to the effects of the pandemic. In this episode, Tunua sits down with 3 experts to chat about the timely topic of cancelling the rent and what steps we can take to work to prov…
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is Jo Edwardes. Jo is the Managing Partner of Good Karma Media, a data driven marketing, public relations and social impact agency born out of an authentic passion for social and environmental change. It is also the UK’s first social enterprise data-driven agency. Jo worked in marketing and consulting for 15+ year…
 
47: Standing In The Way To Protect And Defend The Next Generation Our guest on the podcast this week is Sarah Symons. Sarah is the founder and Director of Her Future Coalition, an international charity that has helped thousands of girls rise out of poverty and exploitation to become free and independent. Over the years they have saved thousands of …
 
In this interview, I speak to Ann Pham about how she went from seeing a massive problem in the world of single use plastics, and how she took action to get started. She speaks directly about her experience with the Hacker Exchange - a program where she travelled to San Francisco to learn about startups. It was there she learned about rapid prototyp…
 
46: Beyond 2020 - What Does The Future Hold? In today’s episode, we will be discussing “Beyond 2020 - What Does The Future Hold?” with seven incredible changemakers, who each have a unique perspective for us to consider. Join Al Spicer, Orla Scott, Runa Bouius, Claudia Lindby, David Wetton, Amina Eperjesi, and Nick Warrilow as we take a deep dive i…
 
45: THE PATH TO AN ANTI-RACIST SOCIETY THROUGH LOVE, COMPASSION, AND TRUST IN A POWER GREATER THAN OURSELVES Our guest on the podcast this week is Birungi Ives. With over 20 years of experience, Birungi is a branding, marketing, PR, and diversity professional. She brings to ALIGNE Academy the highest level of expertise, global experience, and estab…
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is Walt Hampton JD, helps mid-career professionals pivot into the work and lives they love. A graduate of The Cornell Law School, Walt trained with Tony Robbins to become an executive coach. Walt is the founder of Summit Success International, a global personal and professional development firm. His passions are h…
 
Joseph A. Michelli, Ph.D., C.S.P., is an internationally sought-after speaker, author, and organizational consultant who transfers his knowledge of exceptional business practices in ways that develop joyful and productive workplaces with a focus on customer experience. His insights encourage leaders and frontline workers to grow and invest passiona…
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is Finn Kellow-Webb, an international human performance, mindset and results coach. He specializes in helping soul-driven entrepreneurs to reconnect with their inner courage, strengthen their mindset and optimize their nervous system in order achieve their highest potential in life and business. A passion for help…
 
Learn how an Aussie living in LA built a social impact job site called Good Gigs. Dale Wilkinson built the site himself, having no experience in software development (using Bubble.io). In this episode we talk about: Dale's personal journey into the social impact space How people can make money and also work in social impact Why it's important for b…
 
The power of our largest corporations is all around, but what happens if a corporate foot soldier decides - “enough.” Then uses her inside knowledge to teach people like you and me how to level the playing field? Michelle Meagher is a corporate lawyer and now whistleblower on the system ready to share lessons and insights about how to dramatically …
 
Sink or swim? Experiencing life through different lenses` We have 2 guests on the podcast this week Pamela and Olivia Sain, an incredible mother daughter team who have been doing some deep work together. As individuals they are pretty amazing too, so let me introduce you. Pamela is Olivia’s mom and her wisdom makes her the perfect advocate and educ…
 
Can we use old social change strategies like one to one relationships to make electoral politics different? Adam Barbanel-Fried and his organisation Changing the Conversation Together did exactly this in the 2020 US Election. As a long time community organiser he used Deep Canvassing - door to door conversations that could help voters interpret the…
 
Episode #36: Mourning Ruth Bader Ginsburg - What Will Be Our Feminist Future? In today’s episode we will be discussing “Mourning Ruth Bader Ginsburg - What Will Be Our Feminist Future” with three incredible changemakers, who each have a unique perspective for us to consider. Join Laurie Benson, Rebecca Perkins and Mary Katherine Morales as we take …
 
Matine now serves as Executive Director of EEqual, a youth-led nonprofit, raising $100,000+ for students in need. Matine has been featured in People Magazine, ABC News, and has won the President’s Volunteer Service Award three times. EEqual’s mission is to level the playing field for students in poverty. The organization provides scholarships and m…
 
In this episode, I interview Niv Atar. A social entrepreneur who believes that consumers have the opportunity to change the world one purchase at a time. We discuss: What impact changing your buying habits can have on another person's life How it's been starting a new venture and immigrating from another country How a simple cup of chai can change …
 
Leading The New Paradigm With Guts And Grace Our guest on the podcast this week is LeeAnn Mallorie. LeeAnn began her career as an executive coach in 2005, working with leaders and teams around the globe. Yet she soon found something was missing – the body. As the founder and CEO of Leading in Motion and sister firm Guts & Grace Leadership, she spen…
 
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