May 12, 2021
Both Morton Marcus and our guest, Dean Whittaker, are classic communicators, theorists and teachers about economic development.
Dean is president of Whittaker Associates Inc., a data analytic company advising governments and business groups on development opportunities, such as quantum computing.
May 2, 2021
Zachary Fawbush leads The Crooked Creek Food Pantry in Indianapolis, following on educational and social services experiences at St. Joseph College and in Ketchikan, Alaska.
Zach speaks effectively about volunteerism, food insecurity, the infrastructure of food distribution, as well as his personal goal to become a...
Apr 21, 2021
Dave Riggs, Director of Corporate, Community, and Alumni Engagement of The Indianapolis Children's Choir, shares about his decades working for scouts, a cancer group, and the choir.
Most compelling are his comments about the joy of this work, raising funds comfortably, and campaigning to restrict smoking...
Apr 15, 2021
Historian James Madison speaks about the pain of writing, the absence of teaching economic history, and more, as he reveals thoughts about Wendell Wilkie, Evan Bayh, Donald Trump, Eli Lilly, and how history affects modern attitudes.
Apr 5, 2021
In another wide-ranging discussion, we converse with Kevin Brinegar, president of The Indiana Chamber of Commerce. With eight years staffing The Indiana Senate Finance Committee, more than two decades with The Chamber, and side experiences as a school board member, Kevin has lots to say, about taxes, amicus briefs...