Tag: Education

Podcast: Bendable in South Bend, IN with Rick Wartzman & Jennifer Henecke

Rick Wartzman Head of the KH Moon Center for a Functioning Society The Drucker Institute Bio | LinkedIn | Twitter Jennifer Henecke Communications Manager Public Library St. Joseph County, IN LinkedIn | Twitter Creating a City of lifelong learning. Jennifer Henecke, the Communications Manager for the St. Joseph County Public Library, and Rick Wartzman, Head … Continued

Podcast: The City Link Program in Springfield, OR with Niel Laudati

Niel Laudati Legislative and Public Affairs Director City of Springfield, OR LinkedIn | Twitter Empowering new leaders. Niel Laudati, Legislative and Public Affairs Director for the City of Springfield, OR, joined the podcast to talk about how the City is working to empower under-represented leaders. Through their City Link program participants meet leaders from different … Continued

Podcast: Social Innovation in Las Vegas, NV with Dr. Lisa Morris Hibbler

  Dr. Lisa Morris Hibbler Director of Department of Youth Development and Social Innovation Las Vegas, Nevada LinkedIn | Twitter Helping kids and creating social innovation. Dr. Lisa Morris Hibbler joins GovLove to discuss her work at the City of Las Vegas, NV. She talked about how the City works closely with the school system to improve … Continued

Podcast: Leading Richmond, VA with Mayor Levar Stoney

Mayor Levar Stoney City of Richmond, Virginia Bio | LinkedIn | Twitter The youngest Mayor ever elected to serve the City of Richmond, VA joins GovLove. Mayor Levar Stoney talked about why he wanted to run for local office, what he’s learned so far in his seven months on the job and how he’s working to … Continued

Podcast: Say Yes Guilford with Mary Vigue

Connect with Say Yes Guilford: Twitter & Facebook What if there was a way to get local governments, school systems and non-profits all working toward the same goal of improving student achievement? That’s precisely the mission of Say Yes to Education. This organization works to support kids so more of them graduate high school and go … Continued

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