Season 7 Episode 70: Dr. Addie Ellis

To close out our season of stellar Youth Developers and Change Makers we’re joined by Dr. Addie Ellis, author of the book Black Butterfly: Essays on isms and lived experiences in a race-centric nation and the call to action. Dr. Ellis walks us through the three parts of her book and what it looks like […]

Season 7 Episode 69: Chaez Boswell & Anthony Vincent

In this episode, we’re joined again by two YDN Legends, Chaez Boswell (Season 6, Episode 57) and Anthony Vincent (Season 2, Episode 16). We get down into the weeds about passion-driven entrepreneurship and the risks and rewards of doing what you love. Our friends give us some excellent gems in this one, like “don’t mistake […]

Season 7 Episode 68: Ron Dwyer Voss

Everyone has something to offer and we need everyone involved to develop our communities. In this episode of in our tribe we reconnect with Ron Dwyer-Voss, a black-belt in Asset-Based Community Development and the Chief Executive Officer and Lead Consultant of Pacific Community Solutions, Inc. Together we dive into the importance of inclusion, equity, relationships, […]

Season 7 Episode 67: Carlos Santini

In Episode 67 of in our tribe, we sit down with Carlos Santini, the CEO of Mizzen Education, to connect on the events and experiences that define Youth Development in our lives and the lives of young people now.

Season 7 Episode 66: Elodia Ortega-Lampkin & Rogelio Villagrana

In season 7 episode 66, Woodland Joint Unified School District Superintendent Elodia Ortega-Lampkin and Board President Rojelio Villagrana share the highlights of creating the “Woodland Community Call to Action: Our United Aspiration for Youth”. Tune in to find out how the community of Woodland plans on making their city the place to be for youth […]

Season 7 Episode 65: Felix Contreras Discusses His Journey to NPR

In this episode, Felix Contreras discusses his journey to National Public Radio’s Alt. Latino. A seasoned voice in music journalism, takes us behind the scenes of his journey covering Latinx artists and stories in the music industry. Gain a unique perspective on the challenges, triumphs, and untold stories that shape the narrative of Latinx musicians. […]

Season 7 Episode 64: Linda Farley Discusses Girl Scouts

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.

Season 7 Episode 63: Tina Garcia and Maria Segoviano

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 […]

Season 7 Episode 62: Dr. Steve Olmos Discusses Visions in Education

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 […]

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