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Join us as C.E.O of Changemaker High School, Luis A. Perales shares what it takes to create a community education campus, empower our youth and guide conscious leaders as they become changemakers all while building community in the Arizona-Sonora Desert of Tucson, Arizona!
 
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cityCURRENT, Jeremy C. Park, Andrew Bartolotta

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The ChangeMakers Podcast presented by cityCURRENT shares personal stories and insights from those who are giving back and making a difference so we can learn and do the same. We cover life lessons, business advice, passion, and purpose. Share the ways you're making a difference using #changemakers.
 
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 ...
 
The Women's Eye Radio Show with hosts Stacey Gualandi and Catherine Anaya features interviews with women who want to make the world a better place. From newsmakers, changemakers, entrepreneurs, best-selling authors, cancer survivors, adventurers, and experts on leadership, stress and health, to kids helping kids, global grandmothers improving children's lives, and women who fight for equal rights and paychecks,"it's the world as we see it."
 
"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.
 
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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How can we hold together big ambition for social change on issues like climate alongside the small work required to build powerful connections across our diversity and difference? This piece explores the tensions of scale between big and small, fast and slow through stories and reflections across a life of organising. Our host Amanda Tattersall rea…
 
Visit www.slingshotmemphis.org to learn more. About Jared Barnett: Jared joined Slingshot Memphis in October 2019. Prior to Slingshot, Jared worked at McKinsey & Company for six years. Several years of his career were based in Sub-Saharan Africa, including in South Africa with McKinsey, in Ghana as CEO of a manufacturing company and VP of a financi…
 
Veronica Aguilar, founder of Young & Empowered Women, talks about how her organization empowers and connects emerging female leaders especially during the pandemic with TWE host Catherine Anaya. To learn more about The Women's Eye, an online magazine and podcast, and to connect with us: Website: Podcast: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Learn More Abo…
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is Jessica Huie MBE, Founder of The Purpose Academy, entrepreneur, and the Author of PURPOSE, published by Hay House. Jessica has enjoyed a glittering career as a journalist working with some of the world’s best-known stars. In 2006 Jessica launched Color Blind Cards, a multi-award-winning multicultural greeting c…
 
How can we hold together big ambition for social change on issues like climate alongside the small work required to build powerful connections across our diversity and difference? This piece explores the tensions of scale between big and small, fast and slow through stories and reflections across a life of organising. Our host Amanda Tattersall rea…
 
Could there be a single lever in the global marketplace that could transform the stakes for climate change? Yes - the insurance industry. Over the past 5 years insurance has been turned upside down by a nimble network of climate campaigners that have set new rules to end insurance for fossil fuel projects. This is the story of the Sunrise Project, …
 
Could there be a single lever in the global marketplace that could transform the stakes for climate change? What about the insurance industry. Over the past 5 years insurance has been turned upside down by a nimble network of climate campaigners that have set new rules to end insurance for fossil fuel projects. This is the story of the Sunrise Proj…
 
The Reasons We Don’t And The Resources Needed To Invite Change Our guest on the podcast this week is visionary leader Janet Harvey, who is also a coach, author, educator, speaker, and CEO of inviteCHANGE LLC, a coaching organization for enterprises. She has trained leaders at Fortune 500 companies across six continents, for nearly 25 years. As a re…
 
Financial planner Catherine Scrivano debunks myths about how women think about money and discusses money tips for specific life situations. Host: Catherine Anaya. To learn more about The Women's Eye, an online magazine and podcast, and to connect with us: Website: Podcast: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: About Catherine Scrivano and CASCO Financial:…
 
Business and Community leaders Monique Porras and Latasha Causey on how they created unique socks to support non-profits and how you can help local organizations in innovative ways. Host: Catherine Anaya. To learn more about The Women's Eye, an online magazine and podcast, and to connect with us: Website: Podcast: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Lear…
 
If Glasgow tells us anything - the people of the world will need to keep coming together if the politicians of the world are to ever stop climate change. But that begs the question - what does it take for people to come together powerfully? Especially people who are really different. Building unusual alliances is both an art and a science and those…
 
If Glasgow tells us anything - the people of the world will need to keep coming together if the politicians of the world are to ever stop climate change. But that begs the question - what does it take for people to come together powerfully? Especially people who are really different.Building unusual alliances is both an art and a science and those …
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is Sean Harvey, Chief Compassion Officer, and Masculinity Guide at Warrior Compassion Men's Studio. Sean is contributing as a writer, speaker, and consultant to an emerging narrative around men's healing and transformation grounded in compassionate masculinity. Sean recently co-created a national coalition of expe…
 
Award-winning photographer-documentarian Paola Gianturco inspires with her new book COOL on how women leaders are reversing global warming. TWE host: Stacey Gualandi. More info: To learn more about The Women's Eye, an online magazine and podcast, and to connect with us: Website: Podcast: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: About Paola Gianturco…
 
During the interview, Heidi discusses her roots in Montana, moving to Texas and what inspired her to join The Cowtown Marathon. She talks about the business of hosting marathons, the mindset of event production and tips for success, starting a nonprofit to focus on helping youth and encouraging health and fitness, some of the secrets to their succe…
 
Across her career Meena has led large-scale technological changemaking networks in the Global South. She has developed the resources that have allowed communities to work with each other to respond to crisis and disaster - from floods to Covid. In this episode we learn from how she has created scaled change, focused on listening, valuing people, wo…
 
Across her career, Meena has led large-scale technological changemaking networks in the Global South. She has developed the resources that have allowed communities to work with each other to respond to crisis and disaster - from floods to Covid. In this episode we learn from how she has created scaled change, focused on listening, valuing people, w…
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is Tama Kieves, an honors graduate of Harvard Law School who left her corporate law practice to write and help others unlock their most extraordinary potential. She is the bestselling author of numerous books and her latest is Thriving Through Uncertainty. Featured in USA Today and on Oprah radio, she is a sought-…
 
Financial consultant Catherine Scrivano shares Tips for Managing Your Year-End Finances in her Building Money Power segment with TWE podcast host Catherine Anaya. Catherine Scrivano is President of CASCO Financial Group in Phoenix, AZ (cascofinancial.com) and is the sponsor of this episode. Learn more about The Women's Eye, an online magazine and p…
 
Leadership expert Gloria Feldt on her new book Intentioning and how it can help us build back stronger post-pandemic and find new ways to magnify our talents. TWE Host: Catherine Anaya. To learn more about The Women's Eye, an online magazine and podcast, and to connect with us: Website: Podcast: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: About Gloria Feldt:…
 
Covid has changed the world - not just the pandemic - but equally the challenges and changes to our human systems - how we relate and work together. We recorded this episode back in May 2020 at the beginning of the crisis. It explores three stories where change and hope were making a difference. We looked at healthcare, mutual aid and the Green New…
 
Covid has changed the world - not just the pandemic - but equally the challenges and changes to our human systems - how we relate and work together. We recorded this episode back in May 2020 at the beginning of the crisis. It explores three stories where change and hope were making a difference. We looked at healthcare, mutual aid, and the Green Ne…
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is Linn Yap, the founder of the Activ8 network, whose mission is to increase the participation of women in technology and entrepreneurship. She started her career as a corporate attorney, graduated from the Wharton School with an MBA, and worked in investment banking. Her curiosity led her to write about business …
 
Jane McAlevey is a fierce advocate for winning social change through organising. Her organising method, grounded in decades of experience, mentorship and the battles of many movements across US history, is that workers and people need to lead their own change. She specialises in teaching how you can support people to do this. For unionists, her wor…
 
About Jen Alessandra: Jen Alessandra joined Frontdoor, Inc. in March 2019 as senior vice president and chief people officer. Alessandra brings significant depth and breadth of experience as an HR leader in both public and private companies, has an impressive track record for helping businesses and employees navigate change, and in implementing stra…
 
Jane McAlevey is a fierce advocate for winning social change through organising. Her organising method, grounded in decades of experience, mentorship, and the battles of many movements across US history, is that workers and people need to lead their own change. She specialises in teaching how you can support people to do this. For unionists, her wo…
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is Treacy Dobbins, Founder & CEO of Inspire Real Change. Treacy is a published Author and Military Veteran with over 21 years of leadership and team-building experience. He attended Liberty University where he gained a Dual Masters as a Graduate in Human Services Counseling including more than 7 years of real-worl…
 
This week we explore what it would take to build a movement for nature. Sam Rye is a manager at the Conservation Volunteers Australia. He has been involved in a lifetime of work around regeneration and in networks involving decentralised leadership. He is bringing those two passions together to imagine how people can reimagine their relationship wi…
 
This week we explore what it would take to build a movement for nature. Sam Rye is a manager at the Conservation Volunteers Australia. He has been involved in a lifetime of work around regeneration and in networks involving decentralised leadership. He is bringing those two passions together to imagine how people can reimagine their relationship wi…
 
Ed also talks about forming the Gillentine Group in 2008 to focus on legacy planning and philanthropic strategies to help families have a more significant impact on the world. He shares the story of writing his book, "Journey to Impact: A Practical Guide to Purpose-Driven Investing," and talks about some of the lessons and steps that have helped hi…
 
We talk to one of the biggest names in US community organising, Ernie Cortes. We chat about the history of organising, exploring how it has changed and how it has created a powerful network of organisers that spans the globe. Ernie reflects on the Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF) under Saul Alinksy, his work building the IAF after Alinsky’s death,…
 
We talk to one of the biggest names in US community organising, Ernie Cortes. We chat about the history of organising, exploring how it has changed and how it has created a powerful network of organisers that spans the globe. Ernie reflects on the Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF) under Saul Alinksy, his work building the IAF after Alinsky’s death,…
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is Beverly Wright, a dynamic public speaker, executive/business coach, successful business leader, Diversity, equity and inclusion advisor, and community volunteer. Throughout her long and illustrious career Bev has been an “intrapreneur” building teams and internal businesses inside a Fortune 50 Technology Compan…
 
As Afghanistan falls again to the rule of the Taiban, we want to share a lesser known story of hope - the work of Insaan and the Kabul Peace House. During the 2000s in the mountains of central Afghanistan, soon after the US invasion, a remarkable but unlikely peace movement began. Led by a man called Insaan, they committed to a process of building …
 
As Afghanistan falls again to the rule of the Taiban, we want to share a lesser-known story of hope - the work of the Kabul Peace House. During the 2000s in the mountains of central Afghanistan, soon after the US invasion, a remarkable but unlikely peace movement began. Led by a man called Insaan, they committed to a process of building peace betwe…
 
In 2018 we interviewed Hahrie Han one of the United State’s prominent researchers on community organising, community leadership and social change. This episode explores her research on civic engagement and some of the cut through theorising she has done contrasting ‘mobilising’ and ‘organising strategies. For anyone interested in how people can wor…
 
In 2018 we interviewed Hahrie Han one of the United State’s prominent researchers on community organising, community leadership, and social change. This episode explores her research on civic engagement and some of the cut through theorising she has done contrasting ‘mobilising’ and ‘organising strategies. For anyone interested in how people can wo…
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is Daniel Edds. For 25 years, Dan has been a practicing management consultant. He is the author of 2 books, his most recent is titled, Leveraging the Genetics of Leadership, Cracking the code of sustainable team performance. This book demonstrates how elite organizations are revolutionizing the practice of leaders…
 
When can political parties be real change makers and produce big change? Ed Miliband, former Opposition Leader for the UK Labour Party shares some of the lesser known stories that have shaped his political identity and his ambitions for a politics that can go big. We discuss the role of labour and social democratic parties in the change making spac…
 
When can political parties be real change makers and produce big change? Ed Miliband, former Opposition Leader for the UK Labour Party shares some of the lesser-known stories that have shaped his political identity and his ambitions for a politics that can go big. We discuss the role of labour and social democratic parties in the change making spac…
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is Sal Sylvester, an industry thought-leader, innovator, and internationally sought-after executive coach and leadership development trainer. He is a blogger, keynote speaker, and author. Working with teams and leaders is Sal’s passion. His unique perspective has been nurtured through his experience over the past …
 
On 14 February 2018 a lone gunman entered Majory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland Florida and killed 17 people. In the days following, a group of students from the school built a campaign to change gun laws in America. Everyday students like Emma Gonzalez and David Hogg became household names as a social movement called March for Our Lives …
 
On 14 February 2018 a lone gunman entered Majory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland Florida and killed 17 people. In the days following, a group of students from the school built a campaign to change gun laws in America. Everyday students like Emma Gonzalez and David Hogg became household names as a social movement called March for Our Lives …
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is Karen Lee, Chief Executive Officer of Pioneer Human Services, Karen leads one of the nation’s largest nonprofit social-enterprise organizations in the United States. Under Karen’s leadership, Pioneer successfully operates several revenue-generating businesses that provide living-wage jobs to mission-related emp…
 
One of President Biden’s first acts was to stop the Keystone Pipeline. It was a victory that arose out of a long battle. First Nations leaders from Standing Rock, in coalition with Indigneous leaders from around the world, initiated this campaign in 2016 to protect their land and water from destruction. But for hundreds of years before this, the Si…
 
One of President Biden’s first acts was to stop the Keystone Pipeline. It was a victory that arose out of a long battle. First Nations leaders from Standing Rock, in coalition with Indigneous leaders from around the world, initiated this campaign in 2016 to protect their land and water from destruction. But for hundreds of years before this, the Si…
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is Tony Loyd, a leadership development expert who empowers aspiring changemakers to rapidly grow a business with a social mission. Tony is a former Fortune 500 executive with companies such as JohnDeere, Medtronic, and Buffalo Wild Wings. Today, Tony is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, business coach, and p…
 
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