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The Social Change Career Podcast

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Align your passion with your purpose with the Social Change Career Podcast. PCDN sits down with the world’s top professionals in the social change field to learn how they are changing the world while making a living. Honest conversations turn career advice for the global changemakers.
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Launched by agency DrawHistory, Undesign is a collection of conversations untangling today’s big social challenges. With our host Kosta Lucas, we speak directly and frankly about wicked problems with guests from influential global brands to fierce grassroots movements. Learn more at drawhistory.com.
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The Media and Social Change Lab (MASCLab) is a hub for multimodal and digital scholarship that explores the relationship between media and social change. Our podcast tells stories of real-world learning at lab member research sites and beyond.
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Welcome to the Social Impact CEO Podcast, where conscious entrepreneurs raise money and change the world. On this podcast social entrepreneur Will Sacks gives strategies, tactics & success stories aimed at helping you raise money to build your dream company. Also featuring interviews with successful social impact founders creating companies that matter, and behind the scenes discussion of social entrepreneurship.
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Ready to see how behavioral science can drive social change? Check out Episode 17 of the Social Change Career Podcast, featuring Andres Casas. He combines neuroscience with policy, music, and activism to make a real impact. From redesigning infrastructure to changing narratives in conflict zones, Andres' story shows how diverse perspectives can bui…
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Episode 16 of Season 12 explores the very pertinent question on issues related to global peace and security with our distinguished guest, Nanako Tamaru, a licensed attorney and dedicated peace and security practitioner. She opens up about her journey from considering a career in medicine to being steered by her passion for addressing racial injusti…
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Episode 15 of Season 12 dives into the exciting realm of youth career development with Evelyn Van Til, a strategic partnership manager at American Student Assistance. Evelyn sheds light on her diverse journey in higher education and workforce development, emphasizing the transformative role of platforms like evolve.me in shaping promising career pa…
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Episode 14 of Season 12 immerses us in the transformative world of art, communication, and peacebuilding with multifaceted social entrepreneur, Maria Luisa Pinto Garcia , whose career spans across the realms of artistry and activism. Her unique journey reveals the symbiosis between creative expression and social change in Colombia's landscape affec…
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Dive into Nicholas Manderfield's journey from managing one of the world’s largest Cheesecake Factory locations, to leading Reincorporated NFP, showcasing how retail can be a powerful lever for social change. Why You Should Join: Transition Insights: Discover Nicholas's path from the restaurant industry to a leadership role in a nonprofit that harne…
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We dive into this when our host Dr. Craig Zelizer, explores this and much more with our guest leading tech innovator, impact investor, artists and amazing human being Vanessa Ferliano. The conversation centered in the intersection of technology, mindfulness, and social impact. Vanessa’s rich experience in med-tech startups, impact investing, organi…
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Have you had your coffee yet? How about your Masters in Coffee Agriculture? Join us as for an amazing episode with with Elisa Criscione, Founder and CEO of Digital Coffee Future. Exploring her work at the intersection of technology and coffee agriculture, Elisa is leading sustainable development in this critical industry. Her journey from Colombia …
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Episode 10 of Season 11 features Sushma Raman President and CEO of the Heising-Simons Foundation. She is one of the leading innovators in the sector, bringing over two decades of experience in launching, scaling, and leading social justice and philanthropic programs and collaboratives. You should listen to this episode to: Gain insights into buildi…
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In episode 9 of Season 11, Dr. Craig Zelizer sat down with Purva Gupta, a leading human rights practitioner with extensive experience in child protection, labor exploitation, and international development through program leadership, advocacy, and partnerships. Purva's extensive experience in over 30 countries has been focused on programmatic respon…
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In Episode 8 of Season 12, explore Ruby Hembrom's journey as the founder and director of adivaani, an archiving and publishing outfit of and by Adivasis (the indigenous peoples of India). Ruby is an Adivasi cultural practitioner, documentarian, writer, and publisher based in Kolkata. Her documentation initiative grew out of a need to claim Adivasi …
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With over a decade dedicated to social impact, Akiera has extensive experience in areas like systems change, wellbeing, and social entrepreneurship. She's worked with pioneering organizations like code.org and Echoing Green before taking on leadership of Project HEAL. Tune in to hear Akiera's inspiring journey and insights on: Transitioning from Me…
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With the state of current events, a career in peacebuilding is ever more urgent. In Epsiode 6 of Season 12 host Craig Zelizer sits down with conflict resolution expert Zachary Metz to talk about his amazing career building peace. Dr. Metz is Partner and Director of Peacebuilding at Consensus. He is a seasoned innovator in peacebuilding and conflict…
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The road to social innovation is NOT linear. And it shouldn't be. Sahil Patni went from finance to rural development, to founder and now impact investing. And he is doing just fine and making great impact at Unreasonable. Why You Should Tune In Sahil Patil's transition from finance consulting to supporting impactful entrepreneurship at Unreasonable…
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Take a Listen to this episode where we explore the heart of where finance and food intersect, all aimed at making a real difference. Our guest is Sofia Condes , Director of Investor Relations at the FAIRR Initiative is a leading expert in sustainable finance, development and innovation Why you'll want to tune in: Navigating the Food-Finance Nexus: …
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Wondering about DEI in International Development? Check out Episode 3, Season 12 of the Podcast with innovator, development practitioner and DEI expert, Angela Bruce-Raeburn. Her insights challenge the status quo and highlight the necessity of reimagining how development initiatives are conceived and implemented, with a strong emphasis on power dyn…
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Episode 2 of Season 12 tells you know. We feature Nina Odoro, CEO and co-founder of Dine Diaspora and Black Women in Food. She shares her remarkable journey from global development to creative industry entrepreneurship and the impact her initiatives are making in the food industry. Why You Should Tune In & What We'll Explore: From Global Developmen…
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Opening Season 12th with an amazing conversation about vital role of young people in social change, and the importance of compensating and empowering them in meaningful ways. Dr. Zelizer sits down with Eric Dawson, CEO of RIVET, as he shares his vision and strategy for empowering a new generation through innovative micro-financing. Learn about RIVE…
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Gain deep insights into the critical importance of education during emergencies and the transformative impact it has on individuals and communities. Discover the extensive expertise of Dr. Barbara Moser-Mercer in advocating for and implementing education in emergencies, leveraging the capacities of local actors and stakeholders for sustainable impa…
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Episode 12 of Season 11 features a pioneer in the field of digital empowerment and social entrepreneurship, Lorraine Charles. Her work centers on connecting forcibly displaced individuals with remote work opportunities and fostering inclusive digital economies. In This Episode, We'll Explore: Remote Work Revolution: Understanding the potential of r…
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Dive into an insightful discussion with Dr. Katherine Collin, Director of the Conflict Resolution Program at Georgetown University in which we will explore the profound influence of democratic processes on governance and peace in areas affected by conflict. This episode explores diverse career paths and challenges within this crucial sector, emphas…
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The 10th episode (Season 11) of The Social Change Career Podcast features Alison Guzman, a trailblazer in the realm of Indigenous Economics and Social Impact. Aliso is the co-director of Maple Micro Development in Chile and Latin America. She is a passionate advocate for indigenous peoples' rights and has years of experience working alongside indig…
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In Episode 9 of Season 11 we sat down with Dr. Makram Ouaiss, a seasoned Executive Director at the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies, and expert in Governance and Conflict Resolution. With a career spanning decades, Dr. Ouaiss has made substantial contributions to policy studies, democratic development, civic activism and civil peace around the gl…
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Episode 8 of Season 11 of The Social Change Career Podcast features Esha Chhabra, a seasoned journalist and business analyst focusing on sustainable enterprises and global development. With an extensive body of work featured in esteemed publications like The New York Times, Economist, and Guardian, Esha digs beyond the superficial to evaluate the r…
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In Episode 7 of Season 11 , Dr Craig Zelizer and Dr. Catalina Rojas sits down with Dr. Maha Hilal. Dr. Maha Hilal, is a leading voice and expert on institutionalized Islamophobia, the War on Terror, and counternarrative work. As an author, advocate, and the founding Executive Director of Muslim Counterpublics Lab, Dr. Hilal has dedicated her career…
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Episode 6 of Season 11 features Florence Navarro, a leading innovator in global entrepreneurship and organizational development. With a rich background working for the United Nations, the World Bank Group, and various incubators, she founded Kichocheo to revolutionize recruiting and retention for mission-driven organizations. She delves into crucia…
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Episode 5 of Season 11 feutures Kiran Singh Sirah, a renowned Folklorist, Storytelling for Change specialist, Artist, and Peacebuilder. With a career spanning over two decades, Kiran has developed award-winning programs in arts, culture, and human rights. He has been recognized globally and has supported and advises many leading global and local in…
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Episode 4 (Season 11) of The Social Change Career Podcast features Meeghan Paul, Venture Growth Manager at Rippleworks. With a rich background spanning 14 years, Meeghan is a powerhouse in social impact and strategic leadership. Having spent a decade working on social innovation, impact and sustainability in Asia and East Africa, she brings a globa…
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Episode 3 of Season 11 features Grace Frances . With over 20 years at the frontlines of social change, Grace serves as the Director of Community Partnerships at End Violence Against Women International, where she has forged impactful programs like the Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Exam Virtual Practicum. Holding a Master's in Public Administratio…
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IIn Episode 2 of Season 11, we dive deep into the world of executive recruiting in international development and social impact. Dr. Zelizer sits down with Dan Perez, Director of North America with SRI Executive, the global executive search, strategy, and leadership consulting firm. This will be a fantastic opportunity to better understand talent re…
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PCDN is excited to announce the premier of Season 11 of the Social Change Career Podcast with Dr. Fathali Moghaddam on From Theory to Policy: Building a Career where Research Makes Impact. Dr. Moghaddam, is one of the world’s leading social psychologists and a professor at Georgetown University. This episode is designed for those focusing on advanc…
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Season Finale! What a season. And we end with an incredible guest: Lina Maria Cuervo. Lina is the co-founder and managing partner of Cube Ventures, a venture capital firm that specializes in accelerating early-stage Latin American startups. With a focus on projects with high potential, Cube Ventures not only provides investment but also knowledge t…
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Introduction We are thrilled to announce the release of our latest episode on the Social Change Career Podcast, titled "Architecture as a Catalyst for Positive Social Transformation: The Power of Sustainable Design" In Episode 17 of Season 10, we had the pleasure of speaking with Andrea Orego, an architect and co-founder of Atelier app, a home desi…
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On Episode 16 of Season 10 of The Social Change Career Podcast, we sit down with CEO of Atlas Corps, Bidjan Nashat to discuss the intersection of talent and opportunity in the social change sector. With a career history in organizations such as Save the Children International and Teach First Deutschland, Bidjan shares his insights and experiences i…
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Introduction Our guest, Simon Wilks, a social impact expert with expertise in health, tech, and social impact in Africa, shares his valuable insights on working at startups, the hiring process, and the importance of building personal projects and contributing to open source projects. Simon also shares his experiences working in East Africa, highlig…
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Introduction On Episode 14 of The Social Change Career Podcast, guest speaker Arthur Woods, a social entrepreneur, LGBTQ activist, and neurodiversity advocate, joins host Craig Zelizer to discuss the future of diversity, equity, inclusion in tech, and recruiting. Arthur shares valuable insights and recommendations for listeners interested in pursui…
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Episode Description Introduction On Episode 13, Season 10 of The Social Change Career Podcast, hosts Craig Zelizer and Catalina Rojas interviews Catalina Cock Duque, co-founder of Fundacion Mi Sangre and the Weaving Lab, a community of network weavers. Catalina shares her experience as a social entrepreneur and the skills necessary for her work, in…
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Introduction On Episode 12, Season 10 of The Social Change Career Podcast, host Craig Zelzer speaks with Darius Graham, Program Director at the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, about his experience in philanthropy, social justice, and innovation. Darius shares insights on how to get hired for non-profit roles and emphasizes the importance of…
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Introduction On Episode 11 of Season 10 of The Social Change Career Podcast, Craig Zellzer interviews Spencer Campbell to unravel the secrets from a seasoned recruiter. From the Peace Corps to finding fulfillment in the recruitment field, Spencer cover topics such as negotiating salaries, the job search process, and switching careers. He stress the…
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Introduction On Episode 10 of Season 10 of The Social Change Career Podcast, we talk with Joan Maria Godoy, the founder of Radical Partners, a Miami-based social impact accelerator that helps build and scale up innovative social ventures. We hear about her journey from studying clinical psychology to eventually pursuing a development career focusin…
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Introduction On this episode of The Social Change Career Podcast, the conversation focused on the need for diversity and inclusivity in current investment and work practices due to the pandemic. The guest speaker, Madison Marks, discusses her journey in entrepreneurship, development, innovation, and startups in the Middle East and around the world.…
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Summary: On Episode 8 of Season 10 of The Social Change Career Podcast, host Craig Zalizer from PCDN.global interviews Manuela Guzman, a serial innovator and entrepreneur, about building a career in sustainability. The main topic of discussion is the urgency of addressing climate change and the importance of systemic solutions, such as renewables, …
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Summary On Episode 7 of Season 10 of The Social Change Career Podcast, host Craig Zellzer interviews data policy curation expert, Karla Yee Amezaga. Karla sheds light on the importance of ethical use of technology and handling data, potential harms associated with AI and machine learning technologies, and the future direction of data governance tow…
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New York, New York - A Brief History of the Broadway Musical: New York’s Broadway theater district has a world-renowned reputation as the center of the American theater world, particularly musical theater. Kate Elizabeth Orgera discusses how New York City created and shaped musical theater, and how Broadway has influenced New York City in turn.Talk…
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NYC Mom Chat: What is it like to be a mom in New York City? Three graduate students discuss various aspects of being moms to young children in NYC.Talk to us on Instagram and Twitter @MASCLab!Check out www.masclab.org/podcast-working-group for the episode transcript and to learn more!Episode produced and edited by: Jacqueline CofieldMusic: Grandma'…
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Big Apple Educators: What's unique about being a teacher in New York City? This episode investigates this question through the stories of three New York City educators with backgrounds in environmental justice education, art education, deaf education, international education, and adult education.Talk to us on Instagram and Twitter @MASCLab!Check ou…
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The Rat Takeover: When was the last time you saw Rats? Do you like them or are you like most of us? Terrified of them? And where were they? In the subway, in the rubbish on the streets or did you see them scurry across the road? This episode chronicles the ecosystem and history of New York City's rat population. Though they cause a lot of damage to…
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NYC Open Streets And Public Space: Streets are often seen as a place of transit, exclusively for the person on the move, but streets also have a history as spaces for community, as public spaces where people come together rather than just pass by one another. This podcast episode shares a brief history of the New York City Open Streets program and …
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Unique New York: This season, the MASC Lab’s Podcasts series focuses on themes connected to place, in this case New York City, and the many interconnected realities of life in the big apple. Our process is inquiry based and we chose this season’s focus by starting with the question: What is unique or strange about NYC? Our collaborative podcast ser…
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Julia Roig is one of the world’s most innovative social change practitioners. In this episode she shares her deep insights and recommendations for changemakers in an age of rapid transition and uncertainty. Rather than running away from the critical challenges facing people and the planet, whether it be inequality, conflict, divisions, poor leaders…
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In Episode 5, Season 10, Lual Mayen shares his unique journey working at the intersection of tech, gaming, migration, peacebuilding and impact. From building his skills as a coder and developer in resource constrained environments to becoming a video games and tech expert using his skills to facilitate learning, connections and behavioral change. L…
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