Education Episodes

July 08, 2021

Breaking News with Laura Meckler

"Being consistently good doesn't get you very far. You need to be occasionally amazing." That's advice from Laura Meckler, national education writer at the Washington Post. Her career is living proof, and by being good and oc...

Journalism Politics Healthcare Education Politi

January 30, 2020

Designing Your Career with Burak Cakmak

Many people assume that to work in a particular field, you have to have a degree in that field. Well, sometimes this is true but not always. On this episode, we’re joined by Burak Cakmak who became Dean of Fashion at Parsons ...

Education Higher Ed Nonprofits Social Responsibility

November 21, 2019

Speaking Truth to Power with Hydra Mendoza

Suppose you step away from work for awhile for personal reasons. Does this have to set you back? The answer is NO! It actually can propel you forward. On this episode, Hydra Mendoza shares how she used time away from work to ...

Academia Education Government Nonprofits Philanthropy Politics

August 01, 2019

Allowing Your Passion to Emerge, with Kellie McElhaney

When you hear that someone makes a list of top most influential leaders, it's easy to assume they were driven by a clear vision for their career since they were young. The truth is that success like this can be had even by pe...

Academia Corporate Sector Diversity, Equity, And Inclusion Education Finance Higher Ed Social Responsibility