Jan 25, 2023
Having community action experience in South Bend, Indiana, Elias Crim now sees a national perspective from a home on Capitol Hill. He is a communications and fund raising expert now beginning work on berhalf of Lawndale Christian Development Corporation in Chicgo which, among other projects, wants to build 1,000 new...
Jan 18, 2023
Conveniently timed with the start of the 2023 session of The Indiana General Assembly, this podcast, with former Hartford City Mayor Joseph Castelo, covers diverse issues, such as highway placement, pollution, public health, police services, trash collection, and much more.
Jan 10, 2023
At the end, stay tuned for an outstanding piano duo with our guest, Tim Stephenson, a doctoral candidate in piano at Indiana University, development officer with The Indianapolis Symphony orchestra, teacher, and performing pianist. Here we learn about composition, imagination, sweaty hands, and his March recitals in...
Jan 3, 2023
After years creating new programs at Indiana University in Indianapolis, Scott Evenbeck became Founding President of Guttman College in New York City.
In this conversation Scott describes an innovation that has increased graduation rates: the requirement to attend "bridge" programs that acclimate new students to...
Dec 20, 2022
The Chief Financial Officer of The Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township, Barry Gardner, is our guest. Since he also served as an athletic director, we learn about supervising resources, designing a health insurance plan, and suspending a previously-approved property tax.