In this episode, Linda Farley discusses The Girl Scouts. Her extensive experience takes us on a journey through the rich history and impactful initiatives of the organization. Learn how this renowned organization has been shaping young minds and instilling leadership skills for generations.
In this episode, Tina Garcia and Maria Segoviano, are alum of Nueva Epoca’s Cohort IV. Tina and Maria share their inspiring journeys as Latinas in the leadership community. Learn how they’ve embraced change, navigated challenges, and carved out paths for themselves in their personal and professional lives. They provide valuable insights into breaking barriers, fostering […]
In this episode, Dr. Steve Olmos discusses Visions in Education. He talks about the mission to redefine public education as we offer tuition-free, personalized learning opportunities. Dr. Steve Olmos touches on how Visions in Education can empower homeschooling families with the resources and support they need to succeed. Tune in to this week’s episode to […]
Season 7 Episode 61: Katie McCleary discusses breakthrough communication tools to transform work relationships
Welcome back to “in our tribe!” We kick off Season 7 with the author of Bridge the Gap: Breakthrough Communication Tools to Transform Work Relationships From Challenging to Collaborative, Katie McCleary. In this episode, she talks about the challenges she had to face when deciding to co-write a book. Katie touches on practicing not being reactive […]
In this episode of in our tribe, Kerry and Jason talk about the City of Lincoln and its small-town community feel. They talk about the growth of the community and what that means for the youth of Lincoln. Kerry and Jason talk about the Youth Development Plan and what it will look like for the […]
Season 6 Episode 59: Monica Ruelas Mares discusses her role at Sac Kids First and the organizations goals and accomplishments in the Sacramento region.
On this episode, Monica, current member in Nueva Epoca’s Cohort 4, speaks on her role as a Youth Coordinator at Sac Kids First. She talks about the origin of the organization and what they strive for to support the youth in the Sacramento region. Monica is very passionate about what she does and it clearly […]
Season 6 Episode 58: YDN discusses how they made the decision to transition to a 4 day, 10 hour work week and how they are still navigating it.
In this episode of in our tribe our YDN team discusses our 4 day, 10 hour work week. We dissect what had worked for us and what kind of bumps that may come along with this approach. We also talk about how we use the extra day off. If you would like more information about […]
Season 6 Episode 57: Chaez Boswell discusses the Sol Blume Music Festival coming to Sacramento Discovery Park.
In this episode of in our tribe Chaez Boswell, one of the producers of the Sacramento Sol Blume Music Festival, talks about how this festival came to life in 2018 at Cesar Chavez to now, 2023 at Discovery Park. Chaez speaks on how the team plans to continue making improvements from the festivals before and […]
Season 6 Episode 56: Artie Padilla & Julie Vue discuss the amazing work being done at The Fresno DRIVE Initiative.
In this episode of in our tribe Artie & Julie from the Fresno Developing Regions Inclusive and Vibrant Economy Initiative speak about their roles as the Initiative Director & Program Officer for Racial Equity and Inclusion. They talk about the potential Fresno has for growth in various areas of the city, what their goals are […]
Part of connecting to others is being able to experience some vulnerability. It can be incredibly difficult for people to share with others, even close friends or family. If you are working towards more frequent or authentic vulnerability check out these tips from Stylist.
Season 6 Episode 55: Jason Sitar and Jose Napoles discuss the problems college students face when they lack a stable place to live.
In this episode of in our tribe Jason & Jose, from Lutheran Social Services, talk about homelessness surrounding college students. They touch on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and how college campuses go about making students feeling wanted and like they belong. To learn more about Lutheran Social Services and who they are, click here!
Season 6 Episode 54: Trina Camping discusses 745.5 Square One, a Maker’s Space in the Woodland Public Libraries
On the fourth episode of this season we are joined by Trina Camping. Trina discusses the 745.5 Square One, a Maker’s Space in the Woodland Public Library. She discusses everything Square One has to offer such as a woodshop, electronics, textiles, etc. and how much of an impact it has in the Woodland community. To […]