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From entrepreneurship to economic policies these programs introduce you to leaders and issues in the business community. Visit uctv.tv/business

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From entrepreneurship to economic policies these programs introduce you to leaders and issues in the business community. Visit uctv.tv/business

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Latest release on Jan 16, 2020

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From entrepreneurship to economic policies these programs introduce you to leaders and issues in the business community. Visit uctv.tv/business

Rank #1: Humanities as a Vocation: Career Paths Beyond the Blackboard

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Social entrepreneur, investor, and author Jessica Jackley explores what it took for her to pursue a career that fit her passions. She explains that studying the humanities gave her the perspective that allowed her to navigate the world of non-profit global entrepreneurism. Series: "Ethics, Religion and Public Life: Walter H. Capps Center Series" [Humanities] [Business] [Education] [Show ID: 33468]

Apr 02 2018

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Rank #2: Bruce Heavin Co-founder Lynda.com

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Bruce Heavin, co-founder Lynda.com, talks to UCSB student about taking the business from a garage to a $1.5B LinkedIn acquisition, and how he lives a fulfilled life, in spite of sudden, massive wealth. Series: "Innovator Stories: Creating Something from Nothing" [Business] [Show ID: 33055]

Jan 01 2018

59mins

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Rank #3: Kim Coalson CEO MyCase Serial Intrapreneur

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Kim Coalson is Senior Vice President for Appfolio's MyCase, case management software that serves the legal industry. Kim ensures that the MyCase team delivers an outstanding customer experience and provides software that supports the success of solo practitioners and small law firms.
Kim joined the AppFolio team in 2011 as Vice President, Value Added Services for AppFolio Property Manager, where she launched and grew customer services. Prior to AppFolio, Kim served as Vice President of Marketing for Mindflash.com, from 2008 to 2010, where she was responsible for customer acquisition, web presence and customer research. Series: "Innovator Stories: Creating Something from Nothing" [Business] [Show ID: 33472]

May 08 2018

58mins

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Rank #4: Shaping a 21st Century Workforce – Is AI Friend or Foe?

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Jennifer Granholm, former Governor of Michigan, identifies some of the most interesting policy ideas to address the problems of displaced workers, the skills gap and resulting inequality in an age of robots and artificial intelligence. Granholm teaches Public Policy at UC Berkeley’s Goldman School and is the chair of the American Jobs Project, a multi-state research initiative on creating industrial clusters in clean energy. Series: "UC Berkeley Graduate Lectures" [Public Affairs] [Business] [Show ID: 34013]

Jan 02 2019

1hr 10mins

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Rank #5: Alexander Fang Founder and CEO Aurrion

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Alexander Fang is an entrepreneur with a track record of building teams that take ideas from the research laboratory through commercialization. He talks with UCSB students about how an academic transitioned his research into a commercial solution potentially worth billions. Series: "Innovator Stories: Creating Something from Nothing" [Business] [Show ID: 33058]

Jan 22 2018

58mins

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Rank #6: Jonathan Brown Co-Founder Partner.ly

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Two-time Grammy nominated / multiplatinum music producer for top talent such as Pink, Eminem, and The Black Eyed Peas talks to UCSB students about specific pain-points within the music industry as inspiration for Partner.ly, an experiential marketing agency. Series: "Innovator Stories: Creating Something from Nothing" [Business] [Show ID: 33057]

Jan 15 2018

56mins

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Rank #7: Annie Duke World Series of Poker Champion $5M In Winnings Author of Thinking In Bets

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Despite being retired for nearly a decade, until very recently, Annie was the world's winningest female poker player. In 2004, she bested a field of 234 players to win her first World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet. The same year, she triumphed in the $2 million winner-take-all, invitation-only WSOP Tournament of Champions. Prior to becoming a professional poker player, Annie was awarded the National Science Foundation Fellowship. Through this fellowship, she studied Cognitive Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, which eventually led to her current book, Thinking In Bets, which combines her academic studies with real-life decision making experiences at the poker table. Series: "Innovator Stories: Creating Something from Nothing" [Business] [Show ID: 33474]

May 15 2018

58mins

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Rank #8: Becoming an Everyday Hero: The Public Sector - San Diego Workforce Conference 2017

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How can you get a job working for your city? What is the best path to become a teacher? What qualities make for a great fire and rescue worker? From building inspectors, to police officer, administrative and engineering positions the public sector has many opportunities to offer. A panel of experts shares what they look for when hiring and how to find the right job for you. Series: "Career Channel" [Public Affairs] [Business] [Show ID: 32959]

Dec 13 2017

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Rank #9: Seeking New Opportunities - Career Transitions in Engineering: Insights from the Field

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Panelists share their experiences about recently transitioning into a new opportunity, whether moving industries, changing job functions or developing a new company. Series: "Career Channel" [Science] [Business] [Show ID: 33678]

Aug 08 2018

41mins

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Rank #10: How to Sell Yourself in a Job Interview with Sue Ebner - Job Won

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Knowing how to sell yourself is key to the hiring process. Sue Ebner, principal at Ebner Consults, sits down with Phil Blair to explain how adapting a sales mindset can help you get the job you want. Ebner walks through the five stages of the sales process and describes the four behavioral styles that influence a job interview. Series: "Career Channel" [Business] [Show ID: 33757]

Aug 13 2018

26mins

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Rank #11: Veterans in the Job Market: Advice and Support with Shane Smith - Job Won

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The transition from a military career to the civilian workforce can be challenging. Shane Smith, a veterans advocate and manpower analyst for the United States Marine Corps joins Phil Blair to share his experiences and expertise. Learn how to translate job duties to resume bullet points, how to begin your job search, networking opportunities and more. Series: "Career Channel" [Public Affairs] [Business] [Show ID: 33772]

Jul 27 2018

32mins

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Rank #12: From the Adirondacks to Beijing: One Economist's Journey

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Dan Dudek is the Environmental Defense Fund Vice President for Asia. He is one of the world's leading experts on market-based policies to reduce pollution at the least cost. Series: "Bren School of Environmental Science & Management" [Science] [Business] [Show ID: 33592]

Jun 05 2018

53mins

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Rank #13: Dr. Paul Volberding - A Life in Medicine: People Shaping Healthcare Today

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Dr. Paul Volberding, professor of medicine at UCSF, was perhaps the leading clinician in the United States in the early days of the HIV epidemic. As a young oncologist finishing his training in the early 1980's, Volberding recalls seeing a young gay man with a previously rare tumor: Kaposi's sarcoma. Little did he know that the underlying immunodeficiency that led to KS would come to define his career. Volberding went on to become the founding chief of the AIDS division at San Francisco General Hospital, where he established the first inpatient AIDS wards and outpatient AIDS clinic. In this interview with Dr. Bob Wachter, chair of UCSF's Department of Medicine, Volberding recalls the early days, including the impact of activism and the fear that he and other clinicians would contract the illness. He also discusses the remarkable progress in turning HIV into a manageable chronic disease and the possibility of finding a cure for AIDS.  Series: "A Life in Medicine: People Shaping Healthcare Today" [Health and Medicine] [Business] [Show ID: 32873]

Feb 12 2018

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Rank #14: 2018 New Venture Competition Finals

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Since its beginning in 1999, the UCSB New Venture Competition provides a unique opportunity for UCSB students to learn how to start a business. This eight-month educational experience, with activities and curriculum spanning the entire academic year, culminates with the New Venture Finals, where the finalist teams present an investor pitch to a panel of judges for prize money. Series: "Innovator Stories: Creating Something from Nothing" [Business] [Show ID: 33938]

Aug 16 2018

1hr 58mins

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Rank #15: Connecting with the Disconnected: Using Social Branding to Engage Opportunity Youth - Opportunity Summit 2018

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Learn how two breakthrough and culturally relevant campaigns—Fresh Empire and San Diego Unified’s “IMIN” after-school program—engage difficult to reach youth in community and school settings. Hear cutting edge research on how adverse childhood experiences impact youth audiences differently. Explore how to use data to create interventions that reach even the most disconnected youth audiences. Series: "Career Channel" [Humanities] [Business] [Education] [Show ID: 33609]

Jun 04 2018

57mins

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Rank #16: Getting Hired: A Manager's Perspective - Career Transitions in Engineering: Insights from the Field

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Join senior level managers of various San Diego companies as they share the skills and experience that they are seeking from their engineering positions.   Series: "Career Channel" [Science] [Business] [Show ID: 33677]

Aug 01 2018

46mins

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Rank #17: Brian Fox Open Source Pioneer Father of GNU Bash Shell

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Brian is a computer programmer, entrepreneur, consultant, Angel investor, author and free software advocate. He was the original author of the GNU Bash shell and the primary maintainer of bash until early 1993. Brian also built the first interactive online banking software in the US for Wells Fargo in 1995 and he created an open source election system in 2008. Fox co-wrote a New York Times piece in 2017 with former CIA head R. James Woolsey advocating open source election systems as a means of securing US elections against Russian interference. Series: "Innovator Stories: Creating Something from Nothing" [Business] [Show ID: 33471]

Apr 23 2018

57mins

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Rank #18: Our Region Today and Tomorrow: Priority Sector Updates - San Diego Workforce Conference 2017

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Learn how educators and businesses can come together to help students find their way in the world of work. Series: "Career Channel" [Business] [Education] [Show ID: 33096]

Dec 27 2017

31mins

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Rank #19: Getting From Ideas To Innovation In Healthcare

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UC Davis Professor Andrew Hargadon was the keynote speaker and panelist at Blue Shield of California's first Healthcare Innovation and Technology Career Summit in San Francisco. Illustrating several examples from his research, including the development of penicillin as a medical breakthrough, Professor Hargadon shared a primer on what it takes to turn an idea into an innovation -- and the power of the network. Series: "UC Davis Graduate School of Management's Dean's Distinguished Speaker Series" [Health and Medicine] [Business] [Show ID: 33658]

Jun 04 2018

58mins

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Rank #20: Leveraging a Teacher Shortage: Strategic Opportunities for Regional Benefit - San Diego Workforce Conference 2017

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Beth Kransberger, Director of the Teacher Inclusion Pathway Program at National University, shares how the current teacher shortage can be leveraged for social and economic growth. She also discusses her vision for teaching as community leadership, teaching as justice leadership, and teaching as justice and equity work. Series: "Career Channel" [Public Affairs] [Business] [Education] [Show ID: 32960]

Dec 20 2017

17mins

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Dr. Catherine Lucey - A Life in Medicine: People Shaping Healthcare Today

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Catherine Lucey, MD is Vice Dean for Education and Executive Vice Dean for the UCSF School of Medicine. In her education role, she directs the undergraduate, graduate and continuing medical education programs of the School of Medicine. In her role as Executive Vice Dean, she serves on the executive management team for the Schools Differences Matters Initiative and oversees other strategic initiatives for the medical school and the campus. At UCSF, she led a major revamp of the medical school curriculum, placing more emphasis on the skills needed for 21st century physicians and lifelong learners.
Series: "Women in Science" [Show ID: 35444]

Jan 16 2020

52mins

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Ng Poon Chew - Author Publisher and Advocate for Chinese American Civil Rights

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This edition of Lost Voices from unsung entrepreneurs looks at Ng Poon Chew, an entrepreneur and social activist. Ng Poon Chew immigrated to the US in 1881 at the age of 14. He was an author, publisher and advocate for Chinese American civil rights. He published the first Chinese language daily newspaper to be printed outside of China. UC Santa Barbara theater student Martin Wong performs with the coaching of Fang He, IHC Research Fellow at UC Santa Barbara. Then, hear from today's co-sponsors: Impact, an affiliate marketer in Santa Barbara and Tapjoy, a mobile advertising platform. Series: "Innovator Stories: Creating Something from Nothing" [Show ID: 35445]

Jan 02 2020

1hr 11mins

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Dr. Esteban Burchard - A Life in Medicine: People Shaping Healthcare Today

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A world leader in efforts to untangle the contributions of genes and environment in the expression of common diseases, much of Dr. Esteban Burchard's work centers on childhood asthma, for which he runs the worlds largest cohort of diverse patients in an effort to better understand the risk factors for the disease and the predictors of outcomes and responses to therapy. He has also made major contributions in the areas of health disparities, precision medicine, and the promotion of underrepresented populations in the health professions. As the child of a single mother growing up in one of San Francisco's poorest neighborhoods, Dr. Burchards unique background makes him particularly sensitive to issues surrounding health equity. Esteban Burchard is Professor of Pharmacy and Medicine at UCSF and director of the UCSF Center on Genes, Environment and Health. Series: "A Life in Medicine: People Shaping Healthcare Today" [Show ID: 35380]

Dec 27 2019

52mins

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ISAs in San Diego - Workforce Frontiers Symposium 2019

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San Diego Wokrforce Partnership's Andy Hall shares how ISAs (income sharing agreements) are creating sustainable workforce development financing. Series: "Career Channel" [Show ID: 35382]

Nov 28 2019

7mins

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How Data is Bringing Career Connections to the Classroom - Workforce Frontiers Symposium 2019

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How do we engage a community with research? The San Diego Workforce Partnership's Sarah Burns discusses employment opportunities in San Diego's priority sectors and the tools being developed to communicate those opportunities to job seekers, educators, students, and more. Series: "Career Channel" [Show ID: 35384]

Nov 27 2019

6mins

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Immigrant Integration: A Social and Economic Imperative - Workforce Frontiers Symposium 2019

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Immigrants and refugees represent nearly a fourth of San Diego County - and nearly $20 billion dollars in earning power. Workforce planning and development needs to create strategies to integrate the talent of these individuals into our community and businesses. Dyna R. Jones and Rahmatullah Mokhtar share their stories of finding a place in the workforce. Series: "Career Channel" [Show ID: 35385]

Nov 26 2019

18mins

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Racial Equity and the Economic Reality of Workers - Workforce Frontiers Symposium 2019

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Ethnic and racial diversity is a key strength in workforce development as well as moral imperative. How can we better match skills to opportunity? Molly Bashay, state policy analyst for the National Skills Coalition, explains how better workforce policies are needed to advance equity. Series: "Career Channel" [Show ID: 35386]

Nov 26 2019

15mins

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Quality Jobs: A Pathway to the American Dream - Workforce Frontiers Symposium 2019

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The Aspen Institute's Mark Popovich examines the ways employers can leverage quality jobs to impact quality of life for their employees. He advocates changing the narrative around workers/employers as well as supporting policy changes to "raise the floor" and "build the ladders." Series: "Career Channel" [Show ID: 35383]

Nov 24 2019

21mins

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Unstoppable Leaders - Global Empowerment Summit 2019

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Celebrated leaders in their respective fields discuss the initiatives and breakthroughs that they spearheaded in areas that people thought were impossible or ahead of their time. Featuring Martin Cooper of Dyna, LLC, Arlene Harris of Wrethink, changemaker John Ross, Carrie Hessler Radelet of Project Concern International, and Larry Smarr of Univisity of California, San Diego. Series: "Global Empowerment Summit" [Show ID: 35332]

Nov 14 2019

56mins

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Changemakers Leading with Kindness and Compassion - Global Empowerment Summit 2019

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Empathy and grace in business and society can lead to profound change. Neal Nybo, Ken Blanchard, Nicole J. Phillips, Barbara Glanz and Jacques Spitzer discuss enthusiastic servant leadership and the practice of being tender with each other. One kind act can change a life and motivate a community. Series: "Global Empowerment Summit" [Show ID: 35333]

Nov 14 2019

51mins

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2019 New Venture Competition Finals

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Since its beginning in 1999, the UCSB New Venture Competition provides a unique opportunity for UCSB students to learn how to start a business. This eight-month educational experience, with activities and curriculum spanning the entire academic year, culminates with the finals where the student teams present an investor pitch to a panel of judges for prize money. Series: "Innovator Stories: Creating Something from Nothing" [Business] [Show ID: 35006]

Oct 15 2019

1hr 52mins

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Julian Guthrie Discusses Alpha Girls - Into the Impossible (Audio Podcast)

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Professor Brian Keating interviews author Julian Guthrie about her latest book,Alpha Girls. Guthrie details how women have found success in venture capital in Silicon Valley and also shares her personal journey as a writer. Series: "STEAM Channel" [Show ID: 35074]

Sep 23 2019

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From Google to Goldman - Goldman Stories: Hector Mujica

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Google is more than a search engine. The tech company is home to a massive philanthropic operation under its Google.org arm. Hector Mujica manages Google.org programs in Canada, Latin America and parts of the United States. Mujica was already working at Google when he decided to pursue a Master of Public Affairs degree at the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley. He explains how his quest to form partnerships with the public sector led him to Goldman. Series: "UC Public Policy Channel" [Public Affairs] [Business] [Show ID: 34683]

Sep 16 2019

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Dr. Daniel Lowenstein - A Life in Medicine: People Shaping Healthcare Today

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Dr. Dan Lowenstein is UCSF's Vice Chancellor and Provost. In this interview, he describes his circuitous path to a career in medicine, his passion for social justice, and the importance of authenticity for leaders. Lowenstein is an accomplished physician-scientist in the area of epilepsy, an award-winning medical educator, and an innovative and forward-thinking leader. In prior roles, he helped launch UCSF's Academy of Medical Educators, led UCSF's Physician-Scientist training programs, and served as Dean for Education of Harvard Medical School. As UCSF's provost, he oversees the university's academic programs and is taking a leading role in issues ranging from the modernization of the Parnassus Heights campus to the future of big data in healthcare. Series: "A Life in Medicine: People Shaping Healthcare Today" [Show ID: 35135]

Aug 27 2019

53mins

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Investing for Good: Women in Innovation and Entrepreneurship Series

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Five leaders from the world of impact investing who focus on early stage ventures that create meaningful social and environmental value discuss what it means to invest for good. Panel: Lewam Kefela, Investor at VilCap Investments; Noushin Ketabi, Founder of Vega Coffee; Nancy Swanson, Executive Director of Linked Foundation; Julia Sze, Impact Investment Strategy Advisor. Keynote Speaker: Kat Taylor, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Radicle Impact. Series: "Bren School of Environmental Science & Management" [Business] [Show ID: 35072]

Aug 21 2019

1hr 20mins

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Eve Nelson - Emmy Award Winning Songwriter Composer and Producer

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2018 Daytime Emmy Winner for best original song and 2015 Daytime Emmy Nominee, Eve Nelson brings her musical alchemy to each project, evidenced by her body of work tackling many genres of music. Working closely with artists has given her music scoring, producing and songwriting a refreshingly new perspective. Series: "Innovator Stories: Creating Something from Nothing" [Business] [Show ID: 34904]

Aug 13 2019

58mins

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Jenny Du - Vice President of Operations at Apeel Sciences

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Jenny Du is is the Vice President of Operations at Apeel Sciences, where she is responsible for leading the company’s efforts in Regulatory Affairs & Compliance, Manufacturing, Quality, Supply Chain, Logistics, IT, Facilities and EH&S. Series: "Innovator Stories: Creating Something from Nothing" [Business] [Show ID: 34905]

Aug 07 2019

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Diane Flynn - Cofounder and CEO of ReBoot Accel

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Diane Flynn is Cofounder and CEO of ReBoot Accel, designing work cultures that support and advance women. ReBoot Accel has assisted over 2500 women interested in resuming careers after time out of the workforce. Series: "Innovator Stories: Creating Something from Nothing" [Business] [Show ID: 34903]

Jul 26 2019

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Gentry Patrick: True Access to Opportunity - Opportunity Summit 2019

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From the viewpoint of a community leader who made the journey from Compton to a University of California professorship, Dr. Gentry Patrick considers the difference between an open door and true access. Series: "Career Channel" [Public Affairs] [Business] [Education] [Show ID: 34908]

Jul 11 2019

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Radical Opportunity: Unleashing the Talent of Young Adults - Opportunity Summit 2019

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Two of Americas corporations, Gap Inc. and Hyatt Hotels, have set ambitious goals for hiring, mentoring and promoting opportunity youth. Meet the women who are leading these initiatives from the c-suite and learn why these employers see opportunity youth as a strategic investment. Each leader is joined on stage by a young adult who found a career foothold through their efforts. Series: "Career Channel" [Public Affairs] [Business] [Show ID: 34909]

Jul 10 2019

42mins

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