[Issue 061] Introducing the new ABL podcast

 
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I am SO excited to finally share a project I've been working on: a podcast miniseries where I interview passionate people about the issues they care about and the actions they take to make this world a better place!

Each episode is 20-30 minutes long and perfect for your daily commute. You can find more info on each interview below.

A special shoutout goes to ABL patrons Camiel, Mekaelia, Farah, Emily and Angelica for being adventurous and testing out this idea with me. 馃檹馃従 

I still have so much to learn here, so PLEASE let me know your thoughts and share any advice you have to offer.

So don't be shy, just hit reply!!

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Nikita

...I crack myself up, if you can't tell! 馃槀

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EPISODE #1 \\ CAMIEL IRVING

Camiel describes herself as "a happy black women obsessed with big ideas." In this episode she talks to me about her passion for working with youth, her interest in ageism in the workplace, the importance of employee activism and why she thinks P&G, Unilever and Disney deserve our coins.
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[Listen on SoundCloud]

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EPISODE #2 \\ MEKAELIA DAVIS

In this conversation Mekaelia brings her public policy expertise to the table as we discuss everything from why companies need to invest in their surrounding communities to why, despite putting the company "on pause," she thinks Starbucks is still leading the way when it comes to corporate responsibility.
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[Listen on SoundCloud]

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EPISODE #2 \\ EMILY YAO

In our conversation, Emily shares her passion for food and making cooking fun for kids. By day she helps companies imagine the future and in her free time she is busy building a social enterprise called CooCook that is focused on the "togetherness of cooking."
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[Listen on SoundCloud]

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EPISODE #4 \\ ANGELICA COLEMAN

Angelica shares why she's passionate about diversity and inclusion, particularly in tech, and how she has used her voice to advocate for change from within. We also dig into her opinion on Uber's transformation, her issues with capitalism and the important nuances in the choices we make as consumers.
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[Listen on SoundCloud]

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EPISODE #5 \\ FARAH DILBER

In this conversation Farah shares her rich experience in the education sector and how a mentor's advice influenced her transition into Corporate America. We talk about how individuals shape corporate culture and the increasing importance for companies to create opportunities for employees to make an impact.
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[Listen on SoundCloud]

This podcast series was produced and edited by me! If you enjoy it, please consider investing in future content by becoming a patron: patreon.com/abovethebottomline

 

Nikita T. Mitchell