WHAT SPARKS YOUR SOUL?
No matter your interests, hobbies, or passions, communication and oral skills will be critical to becoming a top leader in your field of choice. On this podcast, leaders in their respective crafts and in their communities will speak on what inspired them to enter into their journey of leadership and what truly sparked their soul.
Are you ready to spark your soul? Plug in some earbuds and start listening today!
STUDENT PERSPECTIVES & PROGRESSIONS IN POLITICS
In light of the major 2020 presidential election that occurred on November 3rd, Cecilia Szkutak, President of the Boston University College Democrats, sat down to discuss the importance of encouraging youth votes amidst a global pandemic. Cecilia informs on what the college club has been doing to create an atmosphere of togetherness through the means of communication all while being physically separated | Recorded on November 2, 2020.
EVALUATING OUR EDUCATION
Teri Gittens, one of the Career Programs Managers for the Posse Foundation, sat down to dissect and discuss the ways in which the modern day education system is supporting students for collegiate success. From touching on educational barriers and inequotes to advising families on the best ways to help their students excel, Mrs. Gittens breaks down how open and honest communication can change the landscape of current education | Recorded in February 2020.
INVESTIGATING THE MIDDLE GROUND IN MODERN MEDIA
Condace Pressley is an award-winning journalist. She is a two-time Hall of Fame member – inducted in 2019 into the Georgia Association of Broadcasters and in 2016 into the Georgia Radio Hall of Fame. As Director of Community Affairs for WSB-TV, Condace drives the Family 2 Family Project and leads the station’s community efforts across its broadcast platforms including WSB-TV and the company’s four radio stations. She’s executive producer of People 2 People on WSB-TV and interviews community leaders weekly during the People 2 People “One on One” segment. On this episode, we discuss how race, gender, and experience all impact the interactions occuirng on a daily basis in media and communications | Recorded in January 2020.