Innovation has been a part of a successful business strategy since business existed. This episode highlights two financial leaders who have had exceptional careers - Ardell Butler, former CFO of Unity Health Care in the Washington DC area and John Chiang, former CFO of Asian Health Services in Oakland, California both were holding the reigns and responsibility of massive budgets for their community health centers. Some years it felt like a smooth ride in a pasture and some years felt like a bucking bronco that needed a steady hand, a cool composure and a situational awareness that allowed them to make critical decisions in the moment without flinching. They are here to talk about challenges they had and strategies they used to keep their organizations moving forward. Listen in to learn more about how these two former CFO’s led with their fiscal caps on, while holding the value of remaining open to new ideas, listening to input and always acting in the best interest of the organization, the employees and the mission they had to serve their communities.Connect with Ardell on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ardell-butler-5a9b7527/Connect with John on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-chiang-850a761/Show edited by: Tim Pogo email@example.com
John Chiang is a Fellow at the USC Center for the Political Future was the former California State Treasurer and ran for Governor of California in 2018. But his humble beginnings and compassionate view on the world has set an example of how economics and empathy play a vital, collaborative role in our society. This interview goes deep on why. CommonAlly--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/commonally/support
John Chiang, former California State Treasurer and Fall 2020 Fellow at the USC Dornsife Center for the Political Future, joins co-directors Bob Shrum and Mike Murphy to discuss his career in politics, the pandemic’s lasting economic impact on California, and its implications for the November election and beyond. Chiang served as California’s 33rd State Treasurer until 2019. As the state’s banker, he oversaw trillions of dollars in annual transactions, managed a $75 billion investment portfolio, and was the nation’s largest issuer of municipal bonds. As State Controller during the Great Recession, his cash management decisions were instrumental in keeping California’s credit rating from plunging into junk status, and his actions saved taxpayers millions of dollars. Chiang aggressively used his audit programs to identify more than $9.5 billion of fraud, waste and abuse in government programs, the most by any Controller in California’s history. He serves on several boards and will be teaching a course in the fall titled, “From Financial Crisis to COVID-19: California Policy Responses to the Financial Fallout” with the USC Center for the Political Future.
With days to go before California's primary election, gubernatorial candidates Antonio Villaraigosa and John Chiang join us. They tackle issues including education, homelessness, sanctuary cities and more. Our panel delves into the controversial comments by Roseanne and Samantha Bee and what should happen to them next. Panelists include: Leeann Tweeden of KABC Radio, Dick Helton of KNX Radio, and Caroline Heldman of Occidental College. "The Issue Is:" was recorded live on June 1, 2018 and hosted by Elex Michaelson. ---------- The Issue Is: with Elex Michaelson is California's only statewide political show, broadcast from FOX 11 Studios in Los Angeles. For airtimes and more information, go to TheIssueIsShow.com.
Jeff and Phil welcome California State Treasurer and gubernatorial candidate John Chiang. He talks about being the "no drama" candidate, how family tragedy informed his passion for service, and the Good, Bad and WTF of running for Governor of California.
Democrat John Chiang believes he can strike a sweet spot in California politics: a political progressive who's fiscally prudent. The soft-spoken state treasurer, who previously served two terms as controller, says he's the candidate who can responsibly achieve liberal goals like single-payer health care while keeping California financially sound.
California Treasurer John Chiang is trying to become the first Asian-American to be elected governor of California. In this interview with Elex Michaelson, Chiang talks about what milestone would mean to someone whose family was often mocked for their heritage. Chiang also describes his plan for leading the Golden State--especially when it comes to education and housing. Chiang believes he may not be the flashiest candidate in the race but says he's most experienced and ready for the job. After the conversation with Lt. Governor Newsom, USC's Dan Schnur analyzes Newsom's strengths and weaknesses as a candidate. This is part of a special "The Issue Is..." series where Elex speaks with all of the leading candidates for California governor. ---------- The Issue Is: with Elex Michaelson is California's only statewide political show, broadcast from FOX 11 Studios in Los Angeles. For airtimes and more information, go to TheIssueIsShow.com.
051: Not Enough “We”, Too Much “Me” [Guest: John Chiang]
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John Chiang, California’s State Treasurer and candidate for governors, joins the podcast to share his personal story growing up amidst racism, his record in public service, and his plan for California if elected governor. We...
In episode 4 of It's All Political (recorded in May 2017), we host State Treasurer John Chiang to chat about Joe's vest, Chiang's childhood in suburban Chicago and his race for California governor.Theme music is "Cattle Call" by Randy Clark's Crowsong. Opening signature by Leah Garchik. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
His poll numbers are dismal and he is not as TV-friendly or well known as some other candidates, but State Treasurer John Chiang is a man to watch in the 2018 California governor’s race. In an interview with This Golden State’s Randy Shandobil, the state’s banker reveals a maverick side. Wonkish, but defiant at times; he has a history of standing up to power and a backstory filled with discrimination and family tragedy.