https://media.blubrry.com/fmtalenttalk/content.blubrry.com/fmtalenttalk/TT_-_Joe_Bonora_-_S3.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadJoe Bonora is the founder and president of Catalyst Asset Management and Catalyst Community Capital, Inc. The nonprofit works to provide investment for small…
https://media.blubrry.com/fmtalenttalk/content.blubrry.com/fmtalenttalk/TT-Dakota_Pawlicki_-_S3.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadIn this episode we hear from Dakota Pawlicki, the Director of Talent Hubs at Civic Lab. He was also our guest in Season 2….
Michael Swindle was our first guest in the first season of Talent Talk. He discusses his vision as the current Superintendent of Hendry County Schools with a workforce-oriented approach.
Dr. Glenn Whitehouse is the Associate Dean of College of Arts & Sciences at Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) and Director of the PAGES program. Glenn earned his Philosophy degree at the New College of Florida.
In this episode of Talent Talk, we hear from Jason Powella on his experience as an adult learner that returned to the classroom after stopping out. Many students in his situation were only a few credits short of earning their credential but faced uncontrollable life circumstances.
Shasta College is a community college that serves the three counties of Shasta, Tehama, and Trinity in Northern California. In this episode of Talent Talk, Kate Mahar discusses the significant role the college has had on the surrounding rural community it serves.
Roberto Sanchez is the Director of Secondary Education in Hendry County Schools and serves a diverse school district. He was born in Mexico and immigrated with his family to the United States at the early age of two.
Growing up in Immokalee, home to many agricultural workers and their families, presents many challenges as students juggle life outside of the classroom. Noemi Perez is the President & CEO of the Immokalee Foundation and speaks on these circumstances.
Our guest this episode is Carlos Mendez, a first-generation college student in his third year at Florida Gulf Coast University.
From New York to Florida, Susan Block has always known she has had a passion for early childhood education.