https://mission.partners/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/mp_406-e1642105775138.jpg 338 600 Pete Wright https://mission.partners/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/mp-logo-dark-300x107.png Pete Wright2021-11-15 05:36:312021-12-08 11:02:25Episode 406: Communicating The Possible with Openfields’ Grady Powell
This week we welcome Grady Powell, founder of Openfields, a social impact consulting firm committed to helping leaders imagine and implement a more creative and just future. He is also co-founder of Capita, a nonpartisan think tank working to build a better future for children and families.
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Ashton Lattimore joins Carrie Fox to talk about her role as Editor-in-Chief at Prism, an independent nonprofit newsroom led by journalists of color.
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This season, we’re inviting you to join us for a series of conversations to get us thinking, and keep us moving —together. We've got a great line up of folks; from an ultra-endurance athlete to a futurist, a culture expert, authors, and social entrepreneurs — all of whom have been challenging business as usual, using creative strategies to press forward even as industries, priorities, and the world changes.
https://mission.partners/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/mp_12-e1642108590357.jpg 338 600 Pete Wright https://mission.partners/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/mp-logo-dark-300x107.png Pete Wright2020-12-14 08:00:002020-12-14 00:42:44Episode 12: Business Beyond Business at the Washington Business Journal with Publisher Alex Orfinger
For over two decades as publisher, Alex Orfinger worked to develop a strong identity for the region's business sector. After a brief stint away, he is now back at the publication as Market President and Publisher, leading the paper and doubling down on the city that he loves. In the face of great local and national challenges alike, he sees a role for the Journal.