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Well, Time4Coffee episodes come in 3 sizes: small, medium and grande!

  • K-cups are short clips of longer episodes.

  • Espresso Shots focus on helping you learn how to break into that industry.
  • Main Time4Coffee episodes explore what that professional does in his/her current job and how they built their career.

So grab a mug and take a chug of your favorite caffeinated brew ‘cause it’s time for another ‘caffeinated career conversation’ with hundreds of professionals in dozens of different careers!

Hey there, Java Junkies! Are you thirsty for information about careers? Well, Time4Coffee episodes come in 3 sizes: small, medium and grande!

K-cups are short clips of longer episodes.

Espresso Shots focus on helping you learn how to break into that industry.

Main Time4Coffee episodes explore what that professional does in his/her current job and how they built their career.

So grab a mug and take a chug of your favorite caffeinated brew ‘cause it’s time for another ‘caffeinated career conversation’ with hundreds of professionals in dozens of different careers!

Tom Holland is the CEO of Team Holland LLC, a fitness consulting company that works with brands like Bowflex, Beachbody and Sportwater. He is an exercise physiologist, fitness guru and a certified sports nutritionist with over three decades of experience in the fitness world. Tom has designed and produced multiple fitness videos, written articles for a variety of fitness magazines, and appeared on a variety of television programs. He has also authored 7 books including his latest: The Micro-Workout Plan: Get the Body You Want without the Gym in 15 Minutes or Less a Day which was published in April 2020.
Corey Rosen is a visual effects artist, writer, storytelling coach and actor who has been involved in the production of dozens of movies, including multiple Star Wars films, Mission Impossible, A Christmas Carol and Ted. Corey has also hosted over 100 live storytelling events for The Moth Radio Hour since he won the Bay area’s first Moth StorySlam in 2014. He also performs improv at BATS Bayfront Theater in San Francisco.
Tom Holland is the CEO of Team Holland LLC, a fitness consulting company that works with brands like Bowflex, Beachbody and Sportwater. He is an exercise physiologist, fitness guru and a certified sports nutritionist with over three decades of experience in the fitness world.
Corey Rosen is a visual effects artist, writer, storytelling coach and actor who has been involved in the production of dozens of movies, including multiple Star Wars films, Mission Impossible, A Christmas Carol and Ted. Corey has also hosted over 100 live storytelling events for The Moth Radio Hour since he won the Bay area’s first Moth StorySlam in 2014.
Luisa Zhou is the creator of the Employee to Entrepreneur system, which teaches people how to leave their day job and start their own six-figure plus business working for themselves. She’s helped hundreds of students, including health and business coaches, designers, copywriters, and consultants, and shown them how to launch businesses that generate anywhere from $30K to $100K in a matter of months.
Susan Weiner is the founder and CEO of Orange Dot Baking Company, a healthy, flavorful alternative to existing high-glycemic, gluten free breads. Inspired by a review of poverty in her hometown of Charlottesville, VA called the  Orange Dot Report, Susan conceived of Orange Dot Baking Company to generate local employment for single mothers while producing delicious gluten free muffins and breads.
Luisa Zhou is the creator of the Employee to Entrepreneur system, which teaches people how to leave their day job and start their own six-figure plus business working for themselves. She’s helped hundreds of students, including health and business coaches, designers, copywriters, and consultants, and shown them how to launch businesses that generate anywhere from $30K to $100K in a matter of months.
Mei Xu is a Chinese-American entrepreneur, business leader and the founder and CEO of two global lifestyle brands, Chesapeake Bay Candle and Blissliving Home and MeiXu.com. Mei created Chesapeake Bay Candle in 1994, and grew it into a global designer, marketer and manufacturer of home fragrance products sold through major U.S. retailers on Amazon.com including Target, Kohl’s, and Bed, Bath & Beyond. 
Luisa Zhou is the creator of the Employee to Entrepreneur system, which teaches people how to leave their day job and start their own six-figure plus business working for themselves. She’s helped hundreds of students, including health and business coaches, designers, copywriters, and consultants, and shown them how to launch businesses that generate anywhere from $30K to $100K in a matter of months. Luisa has also appeared in numerous online and print publications including Forbes, Inc, Entrepreneur, Success magazine, and more. A graduate of Princeton University, Luisa majored in electrical engineering and minored in robotics. Before starting her own business, she worked as an International Space Station engineer for Boeing, a mobile payments start-up co-founder, and a digital advertising manager.
Elisabeth Rodgers is an award-winning actress and audiobook narrator, and longtime resident of New York City. She has worked both on stage and behind a mic as a narrator in her prolific career. Her work has been featured on multiple end-of-year lists for audiobook narration. Elisabeth has also picked up many more skills, including stage fighting, period dancing, singing, and mastery of various accents.
Elisabeth Rodgers is an award-winning actress and audiobook narrator, and longtime resident of New York City. She has worked both on stage and behind a mic as a narrator in her prolific career. Her work has been featured on multiple end-of-year lists for audiobook narration. Elisabeth has also picked up many more skills, including stage fighting, period dancing, singing, and mastery of various accents. After graduating from Princeton, where she majored in English and theatre, Elisabeth moved to the Big Apple, where she has lived for most of her professional life. 
Marc Tyler Nobleman is an author and self-described pop-culture archaeologist. He is best known for his book Bill the Boy Wonder: The Secret Co-Creator of Batman. Released in 2015, the book investigates the life of Bill Finger, an uncredited mastermind of the Batman comic.
Elisabeth Rodgers is an award-winning actress and audiobook narrator, and longtime resident of New York City. She has worked both on stage and behind a mic as a narrator in her prolific career. Her work has been featured on multiple end-of-year lists for audiobook narration. Elisabeth has also picked up many more skills, including stage fighting, period dancing, singing, and mastery of various accents.
Jeff Pollack is the CEO of Global Media & Entertainment for Pollack Media Group, which serves as one of the music industry’s top forecasters of musical trends. His insight and revelations play a large role in determining what consumers see and hear over the airwaves.
Elisabeth Rodgers is an actress and award-winning audiobook narrator, and longtime resident of New York City. She has worked both on stage and behind a mic as a narrator in her prolific career. Her work has been featured on multiple end-of-year lists for audiobook narration. Elisabeth has also picked up many more skills, including stage fighting, period dancing, singing, and mastery of various accents.
Marc Tyler Nobleman is an author and self-described pop-culture archaeologist. He is best known for his book Bill the Boy Wonder: The Secret Co-Creator of Batman. Released in 2015, the book investigates the life of Bill Finger, an uncredited mastermind of the Batman comic.
To mark this next big milestone in the Time4Coffee podcast world, we’ve produced a special mashup to help prepare young professionals, and inspire all of you, for the ups and downs and zigs and zags that you will likely experience over the course of your working life.  You’re probably thinking that one of the ‘worst’ things that can happen to you is getting fired. And truth be told, you’re right and yet, as bizarre as this sounds, it can also be one of the best things that can happen to you. 
Pete Ingram-Cauchi is the CEO of iD Tech, a summer computer camp that specializes in providing computer technology education to kids and children ages 7 through 18. There are iD Tech Camps at more than 150 U.S. college and university campuses focused on coding, game development, robotics, and creative skills. 
Dr. Aidyl Gonzalez-Serricchio, Science Co-Chair (6th-12th) and STEAM Director (K-12th) at The Buckley School, earned her B.S. in Biology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and her Doctorate in Genetics from California Institute of Technology.
Kailee Frocchi has been an Associate Engineer at Harley-Davidson Motor Company since June 2019. Before that, she held a position in the Engineering IGNITE Co-op at Harley-Davidson for two years. She has also worked as an intern at Kokoro Exhibits and NASA. Kailee graduated from Purdue University in 2018 with a Bachelor’s degree in Multidisciplinary Engineering.
Pete Ingram-Cauchi is the CEO of iD Tech, a summer computer and coding camp that specializes in providing computer technology education to kids and children ages 7 through 18. There are iD Tech Camps at more than 150 U.S. college and university campuses focused on coding, game development, robotics, and creative skills. 
Dr. Jean Wright is Chief Innovation Officer at Atrium Health, the second largest public healthcare system in the United States. As Chief Innovation Officer, Dr Wright focuses on working with teams to raise the bar for patient care and population health through human-centered design, business development and novel medical technologies. Dr. Wright has been recognized as one of the Top 30 Chief Innovation Officers and one of the 25 Most Powerful Women in Health IT in the United States.
Caroline Muggia is an associate product marketing manager at Oscar Health, the first insurance company built to make health care easy.  She previously worked as an editorial assistant at mindbodygreen, a lifestyle media brand dedicated to inspiring you to live your best life - mentally, physically, spiritually, emotionally, and environmentally. A 2018 graduate of Middlebury College, Caroline majored in environmental studies with a concentration in psychology.
Tom Warden is the Chief Data and Analytics Officer at Employers, an insurance company for small businesses providing them with worker’s compensation. Prior to joining Employers, Tom worked for Bridgevine Strategy Partners, AIG Life and Retirement and Allstate, among other top insurance companies.
Andrew Dana is the co-owner of Timber Pizza, an award winning pizza restaurant, and Call Your Mother, a Jewish deli in Washington, D.C. A few years back at a local tech company, Andrew and his partner, Chris Brady met and became buddies who shared two primary passions in life: pizza and basketball.  Shortly thereafter they agreed that it was their love of pizza they would pursue and decided to go pro at making sauce and dough.
Sarah Polon is the founder of Soupergirl, a Washington D.C.-based company that sells healthy, vegan soups with locally-sourced ingredients.  It was Michael Pollan’s book, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, that inspired Sarah to quit her job and start a food business to educate her community on the importance of connecting with the food they eat and properly nourishing their bodies.
Andrew Dana is the co-owner of Timber Pizza, an award winning pizza restaurant, and Call Your Mother, a Jewish deli in Washington, D.C. A few years back at a local tech company, Andrew and his partner, Chris Brady met and became buddies who shared two primary passions in life: pizza and basketball.  Shortly thereafter they agreed that it was their love of pizza they would pursue and decided to go pro at sauce and dough.
Sarah Polon is the founder of Soupergirl, a Washington D.C.-based company that sells healthy, vegan soups with locally-sourced ingredients.  It was Michael Pollan’s book, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, that inspired Sarah to quit her job and start a food business to educate her community on the importance of connecting with the food they eat and properly nourishing their bodies. Today, Soupergirl has two brick-and-mortar shops and delivers soups all over the country.
Mitch Berliner, co-founder and owner of Bethesda Central Farm Market, has been a trailblazer and entrepreneur in the food industry for over 30 years. Shortly after graduating from college, he started the gourmet-to-go concept. A few years later he founded Berliner Foods which introduced people in the Mid-Atlantic region to their favorite treats:  Haagen Dazs, Ben & Jerry’s, Dove Bars, and many other high quality and organic frozen products.
Andrew Dana is the co-owner of Timber Pizza, an award winning pizza restaurant, and Call Your Mother, a Jewish deli in Washington, D.C. A few years back at a local tech company, Andrew and his partner, Chris Brady met and became buddies who shared two primary passions in life: pizza and basketball.  Shortly thereafter they agreed that it was their love of pizza they would pursue and decided to go pro at sauce and dough.
Sarah Polon is the founder of Soupergirl, a Washington D.C.-based company that sells healthy, vegan soups with locally-sourced ingredients.  It was Michael Pollan’s book, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, that inspired Sarah to quit her job and start a food business to educate her community on the importance of connecting with the food they eat and properly nourishing their bodies. Today, Soupergirl has two brick-and-mortar shops and delivers soups all over the country.
Frank Sesno is an Emmy-winning journalist and currently serves as the Director of the School of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University. He is also the creator of Planet Forward, a multi-media initiative that showcases environmental reporting by college students. Frank is the former Bureau Chief of CNN’s Washington, DC bureau where he worked for 21 years.
Bronwyn Saglimbeni is a communication coach, writer and speaker devoted to helping people SHINE. She is also the host of the amazing podcast 20 Minutes With Bronwyn where you will get a steady dose of high voltage, practical (and highly irreverent) advice to help you dismantle the communication habits that are holding you back, while giving you the skills you need to shine. Bronwyn is known for her playful, irreverent approach to coaching (and life in general).  She teaches serious transformation in how we communicate, inspire and connect with those around us.
Frank Sesno is an Emmy-winning journalist and currently serves as the Director of the School of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University. He is also the creator of Planet Forward, a multi-media initiative that showcases environmental reporting by college students. Frank is the former Bureau Chief of CNN’s Washington, DC bureau where he worked for 21 years. He has also narrated two feature-long documentaries, and in 2016 published Ask More: The Power of Questions to Open Doors, Uncover Solutions, and Spark Change.
Bronwyn Saglimbeni is a communication coach, writer and speaker devoted to helping people SHINE. She is also the host of the amazing podcast 20 Minutes With Bronwyn where you will get a steady dose of high voltage, practical (and highly irreverent) advice to help you dismantle the communication habits that are holding you back, while giving you the skills you need to shine. Bronwyn is known for her playful, irreverent approach to coaching (and life in general).  She teaches serious transformation in how we communicate, inspire and connect with those around us. 
Susan Feeney has been a partner and co-lead at the Seattle office of GMMB, one of the nation’s leading advertising and public relations agencies. Some of her biggest clients include: the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the LOR Foundation and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  Susan joined GMMB in 2009, following a 20-year award-winning career in journalism, when she pivoted her career to focus on strategic communications and advocacy around education technology, public policy, public health and more. 
Frank Sesno is an Emmy-winning journalist and currently serves as the Director of the School of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University. He is also the creator of Planet Forward, a multi-media initiative that showcases environmental reporting by college students. Frank is the former Bureau Chief of CNN’s Washington, DC bureau where he worked for 21 years.
Bronwyn Saglimbeni is a communication coach, writer and speaker devoted to helping people SHINE. Known for her playful, irreverent approach to coaching (and life in general), Bronwyn teaches serious transformation in how we communicate, inspire and connect with those around us. 
Lisa Witter is the Executive Chairperson and co-founder of Apolitical, a platform that trains public servants in various areas to improve their ability to serve in governmental positions. Prior to launching Apolitical, Lisa was the Chief Strategy Officer and Chief Operating Officer at Fenton Communications, the largest public interest communications firm in the U.S..
Professor Lynn Vavreck — is an award winning author and Marvin Hoffenberg professor of American politics and public policy at UCLA, where she’s been teaching courses on campaigns, elections and public opinion for almost 20 years.
Lisa Witter is the Executive Chairperson and co-founder of Apolitical, a platform that trains public servants in various areas to improve their ability to serve in governmental positions. Prior to launching Apolitical, Lisa was the Chief Strategy Officer and Chief Operating Officer at Fenton Communications, the largest public interest communications firm in the U.S..
Evan Glass is an elected Montgomery County Councilmember who has been fighting for the people of Montgomery County for more than 15 years. During that time, he has engaged with all levels of the county, from organizing neighborhood associations and serving as non-profit leader to advocating for small-business growth and championing effective government.
Dr. Ian Bremmer is president and founder of Eurasia Group, the world's leading political risk research and consulting firm.  Ian is a political scientist who helps business leaders, policy makers, and the general public make sense of the world around them. 
Professor Lynn Vavreck — is an award winning author and Marvin Hoffenberg professor of American politics and public policy at UCLA, where she’s been teaching courses on campaigns, elections and public opinion for almost 20 years. She’s also a contributing columnist to The Upshot at the New York Times and co-author of Identity Crisis: The 2016 Presidential Campaign and the Battle for the Meaning of America.
Lisa Witter is the Executive Chairperson and co-founder of Apolitical, a platform that trains public servants in various areas to improve their ability to serve in governmental positions. Prior to launching Apolitical, Lisa was the Chief Strategy Officer and Chief Operating Officer at Fenton Communications, the largest public interest communications firm in the U.S..
Becky King is an alumnae career advisor and interim college career mentor at Wellesley College in Massachusetts. In addition to providing guidance and support to alumni and students, she also helps to plan and deliver programs that focus on the importance of networking and career transitions. Becky earned a bachelor’s degree in European Studies from Pomona College and has also worked with nonprofits before identifying her professional passion in higher education.
Becky King is an alumnae career advisor and interim college career mentor at Wellesley College in Massachusetts. In addition to providing guidance and support to alumni and students, she also helps to plan and deliver programs that focus on the importance of networking and career transitions. Becky earned a bachelor’s degree in European Studies from Pomona College and has also worked with nonprofits before identifying her professional passion in higher education.
Kevin McMullin--- the founder and Head of Talent at Collegewise, the world’s largest college admissions counseling company. Kevin founded Collegewise in Irvine, California, in 1999 using his last paycheck from his previous job. He started out that fall working with nine students at their kitchen tables to help them find the right colleges and complete their applications. But just one year later, over 100 families were enrolled in the Collegewise program, and Kevin was no longer the only counselor.
Becky King is an alumnae career advisor and interim college career mentor at Wellesley College in Massachusetts. In addition to providing guidance and support to alumni and students, she also helps to plan and deliver programs that focus on the importance of networking and career transitions. Becky earned a bachelor’s degree in European Studies from Pomona College and has also worked with nonprofits before identifying her professional passion in higher education.
Kevin McMullin--- the founder and Head of Talent at Collegewise, the world’s largest college admissions counseling company. Kevin founded Collegewise in Irvine, California, in 1999 using his last paycheck from his previous job. He started out that fall working with nine students at their kitchen tables to help them find the right colleges and complete their applications. But just one year later, over 100 families were enrolled in the Collegewise program, and Kevin was no longer the only counselor.  
Becky King is an alumnae career advisor and interim college career mentor at Wellesley College in Massachusetts. In addition to providing guidance and support to alumni and students, she also helps to plan and deliver programs that focus on the importance of networking and career transitions.
Daniel Sieberg is the CEO and founder of iO Enterprises - an early-stage startup building an empathic A.I./AR experience in service of what humans need. He also leads iO Ventures to advise innovative startups of all stripes including Ground and Pressland. Prior to iO Enterprises, Daniel was a co-founder (#AMA, search online about it), a x-Googler (6 years as a senior exec) and alumni sci-tech correspondent/reporter at CBS News, CNN, ABC News and the Vancouver Sun (15+ years).
Luisa Zhou is the creator of the Employee to Entrepreneur System, which teaches people how to leave their day job and start their own six-figure plus business working for themselves. She’s helped hundreds of students, including health and business coaches, designers, copywriters, and consultants, and shown them how to launch businesses that generate anywhere from $30K to $100K in a matter of months.
Fred has been a senior engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory for the past 25 years. And if you’ve ever heard the phrase ‘cmon, it’s not rocket science,’ for Fred Serricchio, it really is!  Fred’s work with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory has led him to work directly with the Mars Exploration Rovers as an Attitude Control System Engineer and in the Mars Science Laboratory.
Teri Ijeoma is the Founder and CEO of “Invest with Teri”, an online courses teaching you how to make money day trading on Wall Street. She began her professional career working in education and for nonprofits.  When she started trading stocks nine years ago, she initially saw it as an opportunity to simply supplement her income. However, she was so successful with this side hustle that in 2017, she decided to quit her job, travel the world, and begin trading full-time.
Nicki Mayo founded and operates the eponymous Nicki Mayo News, LLC. She is a self-described “multimedia maven” and is a full time communications strategist. When she’s not creating videos for clients, Nicki works as a federal contractor covering STEM stories.
A ground-breaking leader during her 35-year career in the U.S. Navy, Michelle Howard was the first woman to achieve the rank of four-star admiral and the first woman to be appointed to the position of vice chief of naval operations (the second highest rank in the Navy). She was also the first African-American woman to reach the rank of three-star and four stars in any branch of the U.S. Armed Forces and the first African-American woman to command a ship in the Navy.
Mo Rocca is a humorist, journalist and an actor. He is currently a correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, as well as the host for CBS’s series The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation. In January of 2019, Mo’s podcast Mobituaries debuted as a joint venture between CBS News and Simon and Schuster. Mo’s love of obituaries and history led him to launch the project, a deeply researched appreciation for the love of people (and things) of the past who have long intrigued him.
Dara Royer is the senior vice president and chief communications officer at Syracuse University.She is the first leader of the school’s marketing and communications division and is responsible for oversight of internal and external marketing efforts including media relations, strategic marketing campaigns and brand stewardship for the school.
Dr. Alexis Albion is the lead curator at the new International Spy Museum in Washington, DC which reopened in a brand new building in May 2019.  In this role, Dr. Albion was responsible for conceptualizing the 5 main galleries of the museum and ensuring the content appealed to as wide an audience as possible.
Kenda Macdonald is the founder and CEO of Automation Ninjas, a marketing automation company based in the U.K. that blends marketing with buyer psychology to create a new approach to marketing and advertising for businesses. Kenda founded her company in 2014 and has an academic background in Forensic Psychology, studying at Birkbeck College, a constituent of the University of London.
David Placek, founder and president of Lexicon Branding, is responsible for driving Lexicon’s strategic and creative vision. Under his leadership, Lexicon Branding has continued to focus on the development of brand names and brand architectures that make significant contributions to the sales and marketing goals of its clients.
Liz Korfmacher is the head of marketing at Ziva Meditation, where she directs email, content and advertising strategy. In short, Liz is responsible for spreading Ziva far and wide across social media, paid media and traditional media. In 2019 she oversaw the national bestselling book launch of Stress Less, Accomplish More by Ziva Meditation founder, Emily Fletcher.
To kick off 2020 we've collected some of our most inspirational clips and mixed them together into an extra special New Year's Inspirational Mashup -- T4C episode #352?!! We'll be talking about topics like:  why you need to listen to your inner voice and block out the noise of family, friends and social media when it comes to deciding what careers to pursue; the future of work and what a 'portfolioist' is and how most young people will be juggling 6 different jobs at any time; why there is no such thing as the 'perfect' job; how to recharge your energy levels and how to attract good things in your life. 
Susan Weiner is the founder and CEO of Orange Dot Baking Company, which is a healthy, flavorful alternative to existing high-glycemic, gluten free breads. Inspired by a review of poverty in her hometown of Charlottesville, VA called the  Orange Dot Report, Susan conceived of Orange Dot Baking Company to generate local employment for low-income single mothers while producing delicious gluten free muffins and breads.
Mei Xu is a Chinese American entrepreneur, woman business leader, and the founder and CEO of two global lifestyle brands, Chesapeake Bay Candle and Blissliving Home and MeiXu.com. Mei established Chesapeake Bay Candle in 1994, and grew it into a global designer, marketer and manufacturer of home fragrance products sold through major U.S. retailers on Amazon.com including Target, Kohl’s, and Bed, Bath & Beyond, and enjoyed by millions of people around the globe.
Susan Weiner is the founder and CEO of Orange Dot Baking Company, which is a healthy, flavorful alternative to existing high-glycemic, gluten free breads. Inspired by a review of poverty in her hometown of Charlottesville, VA called the  Orange Dot Report, Susan conceived of Orange Dot Baking Company to generate local employment for low-income single mothers while producing delicious gluten free muffins and breads.
Mei Xu is a Chinese American entrepreneur, woman business leader, and the founder and CEO of two global lifestyle brands, Chesapeake Bay Candle and Blissliving Home and MeiXu.com. Mei established Chesapeake Bay Candle in 1994, and grew it into a global designer, marketer and manufacturer of home fragrance products sold through major U.S. retailers on Amazon.com including Target, Kohl’s, and Bed, Bath & Beyond, and enjoyed by millions of people around the globe.
Susan Weiner is the founder and CEO of Orange Dot Baking Company, which is a healthy, flavorful alternative to existing high-glycemic, gluten free breads. Inspired by a review of poverty in her hometown of Charlottesville, VA called the  Orange Dot Report, Susan conceived of Orange Dot Baking Company to generate local employment for low-income single mothers while producing delicious gluten free muffins and breads.
Mei Xu is a Chinese American entrepreneur, woman business leader, and the founder and CEO of two global lifestyle brands, Chesapeake Bay Candle and Blissliving Home and MeiXu.com. Mei established Chesapeake Bay Candle in 1994, and grew it into a global designer, marketer and manufacturer of home fragrance products sold through major U.S. retailers on Amazon.com including Target, Kohl’s, and Bed, Bath & Beyond, and enjoyed by millions of people around the globe.
Susan Weiner is the founder and CEO of Orange Dot Baking Company, which is a healthy, flavorful alternative to existing high-glycemic, gluten free breads. Inspired by a review of poverty in her hometown of Charlottesville, VA called the  Orange Dot Report, Susan conceived of Orange Dot Baking Company to generate local employment for low-income single mothers while producing delicious gluten free muffins and breads.
Tom Sheridan is the founder and president of The Sheridan Group (TSG) which operates under the firm belief that the world will be a more livable place when the interests of the common good get the representation they deserve in the halls of government. Tom is described as a “powerbroker for those without a voice.” A social worker by training and an advocate by trade, Tom brings a unique perspective to his work as one of Washington’s most senior political and public policy strategists.
Tom Sheridan is the founder and president of The Sheridan Group (TSG) which operates under the firm belief that the world will be a more livable place when the interests of the common good get the representation they deserve in the halls of government. Tom is described as a “powerbroker for those without a voice.” A social worker by training and an advocate by trade, Tom brings a unique perspective to his work as one of Washington’s most senior political and public policy strategists.
Dr. Ian Bremmer is a political scientist who helps business leaders, policy makers, and the general public make sense of the world around them. He is president and founder of Eurasia Group, the world's leading political risk research and consulting firm, and GZERO Media, a company dedicated to providing intelligent and engaging coverage of international affairs.
Tom Sheridan is the founder and president of The Sheridan Group (TSG) which operates under the firm belief that the world will be a more livable place when the interests of the common good get the representation they deserve in the halls of government. Tom is described as a “powerbroker for those without a voice.” A social worker by training and an advocate by trade, Tom brings a unique perspective to his work as one of Washington’s most senior political and public policy strategists.
Dr. Ian Bremmer is a political scientist who helps business leaders, policy makers, and the general public make sense of the world around them. He is president and founder of Eurasia Group, the world's leading political risk research and consulting firm, and GZERO Media, a company dedicated to providing intelligent and engaging coverage of international affairs.
Tom Sheridan is the founder and president of The Sheridan Group (TSG) which operates under the firm belief that the world will be a more livable place when the interests of the common good get the representation they deserve in the halls of government. Tom is described as a “powerbroker for those without a voice.” A social worker by training and an advocate by trade, Tom brings a unique perspective to his work as one of Washington’s most senior political and public policy strategists.
Dr. Ian Bremmer is a political scientist who helps business leaders, policy makers, and the general public make sense of the world around them. He is president and founder of Eurasia Group, the world's leading political risk research and consulting firm, and GZERO Media, a company dedicated to providing intelligent and engaging coverage of international affairs.
Steve Blank is a serial entrepreneur and the godfather of the ‘lean startup’ methodology.  In 2013, Forbes listed Steve as one of the 30 most influential people in tech. Later that same year, Steve went on to win the 2013 Silicon Valley Visionary Forum award, and a few weeks later was also honored with the 2013 Northern California Environmental Leadership award. However, put to a vote back in his New York City high school, Steve jokes that he might have been chosen ‘least likely to succeed.’
Steve Blank is a serial entrepreneur and the godfather of the ‘lean startup’ methodology.  In 2013, Forbes listed Steve as one of the 30 most influential people in tech. Later that same year, Steve went on to win the 2013 Silicon Valley Visionary Forum award, and a few weeks later was also honored with the 2013 Northern California Environmental Leadership award. However, put to a vote back in his New York City high school, Steve jokes that he might have been chosen ‘least likely to succeed.’
Dan Moran, president and founder of Concierge Diamonds in Los Angeles, comes from a family of diamond experts: his parents were diamond dealers in NYC's famous diamond district for 30 years and his great uncle was a founder of the Israeli Diamond Exchange.  Dan initially resisted jumping into the family business and originally planned to work in biological engineering, but spent the years after graduating college as a serial entrepreneur in such diverse industries as computer software, online games, and merchant services.
Steve Blank is a serial entrepreneur and the godfather of the ‘lean startup’ methodology.  In 2013, Forbes listed Steve as one of the 30 most influential people in tech. Later that same year, Steve went on to win the 2013 Silicon Valley Visionary Forum award, and a few weeks later was also honored with the 2013 Northern California Environmental Leadership award. However, put to a vote back in his New York City high school, Steve jokes that he might have been chosen ‘least likely to succeed.’
Dan Moran, president and founder of Concierge Diamonds in Los Angeles, comes from a family of diamond experts: his parents were diamond dealers in NYC's famous diamond district for 30 years and his great uncle was a founder of the Israeli Diamond Exchange.  Dan initially resisted jumping into the family business and originally planned to work in biological engineering, but spent the years after graduating college as a serial entrepreneur in such diverse industries as computer software, online games, and merchant services.
Steve Blank is a serial entrepreneur and the godfather of the ‘lean startup’ methodology.  In 2013, Forbes listed Steve as one of the 30 most influential people in tech. Later that same year, Steve went on to win the 2013 Silicon Valley Visionary Forum award, and a few weeks later was also honored with the 2013 Northern California Environmental Leadership award.
Dan Moran, president and founder of Concierge Diamonds in Los Angeles, comes from a family of diamond experts: his parents were diamond dealers in NYC's famous diamond district for 30 years and his great uncle was a founder of the Israeli Diamond Exchange.  Dan initially resisted jumping into the family business and originally planned to work in biological engineering, but spent the years after graduating college as a serial entrepreneur in such diverse industries as computer software, online games, and merchant services.
Dr. Jean Wright is Chief Innovation Officer at Atrium Health, the second largest public healthcare system in the United States. As Chief Innovation Officer, Dr Wright focuses on working with teams to raise the bar for patient care and population health through human-centered design, business development and novel medical technologies.
Caroline Muggia is an Associate Product Marketing Manager at Oscar Health, a New York City-based technology-focused health insurance company founded in 2012.  Oscar delivers in the health insurance industry through telemedicine, healthcare focused technology interfaces and transparent claims pricing systems. Caroline previously worked as an Editorial Assistant at the lifestyle media brand mindbodygreen.
Dr. Jean Wright is Chief Innovation Officer at Atrium Health, the second largest public healthcare system in the United States. As Chief Innovation Officer, Dr Wright focuses on working with teams to raise the bar for patient care and population health through human-centered design, business development and novel medical technologies.
Caroline Muggia is an Associate Product Marketing Manager at Oscar Health, a New York City-based technology-focused health insurance company founded in 2012.  Oscar delivers in the health insurance industry through telemedicine, healthcare focused technology interfaces and transparent claims pricing systems.
Dr. Jean Wright is Chief Innovation Officer at Atrium Health, the second largest public healthcare system in the United States. As Chief Innovation Officer, Dr Wright focuses on working with teams to raise the bar for patient care and population health through human-centered design, business development and novel medical technologies.
Joe Yonan is the Food and Dining editor of The Washington Post, supervising all food coverage in the features department.  He writes The Post’s Weeknight Vegetarian column and for five years wrote the Cooking for One column, both of which have won honors from the Association of Food Journalists.
Nick Freshman is the founder of Mothersauce Partners, a venture capital funded ecosystem for the food and beverage industry.  Mothersauce Partners aggressively shortens the traditional timeline to achieve profit for food and drink concepts by bringing to bear experience, connections and a suite of services that is largely absent in investing.
Joe Yonan is the Food and Dining editor of The Washington Post, supervising all food coverage in the features department.  He writes The Post’s Weeknight Vegetarian column and for five years wrote the Cooking for One column, both of which have won honors from the Association of Food Journalists.
Nick Freshman is the founder of Mothersauce Partners, a venture capital funded ecosystem for the food and beverage industry.  Mothersauce Partners aggressively shortens the traditional timeline to achieve profit for food and drink concepts by bringing to bear experience, connections and a suite of services that is largely absent in investing.
Joe Yonan is the Food and Dining editor of The Washington Post, supervising all food coverage in the features department.  He writes The Post’s Weeknight Vegetarian column and for five years wrote the Cooking for One column, both of which have won honors from the Association of Food Journalists.
Patrick Curtis is the CEO, founder and chief monkey at Wall Street Oasis, an online platform with over 700,000 members to help college students and grad students start and build their careers in finance. In the years since it launched a decade ago, Wall Street Oasis has become the one-stop-shop resource for finance and business reports, courses and a range of other services racking up a whopping 4 million page views and 2 million posts.
Adam Roseman, CEO of Steady, works with a passionate team to help millions of Americans realize their income potential in a changing work environment. Founded in the summer of 2017 by Adam and two other men, the Steady app allows people to find jobs fast, seek financial advice and save money with deals on everything from healthcare plans to tax help.
Patrick Curtis is the CEO, founder and chief monkey at Wall Street Oasis, an online platform with over 700,000 members to help college students and grad students start and build their careers in finance. In the years since it launched a decade ago, Wall Street Oasis has become the one-stop-shop resource for finance and business reports, courses and a range of other services racking up a whopping 4 million page views and 2 million posts.
Adam Roseman, CEO of Steady, works with a passionate team to help millions of Americans realize their income potential in a changing work environment. Founded in the summer of 2017 by Adam and two other men, the Steady app allows people to find jobs fast, seek financial advice and save money with deals on everything from healthcare plans to tax help.
Patrick Curtis is the CEO, founder and chief monkey at Wall Street Oasis, an online platform with over 700,000 members to help college students and grad students start and build their careers in finance. In the years since it launched a decade ago, Wall Street Oasis has become the one-stop-shop resource for finance and business reports, courses and a range of other services racking up a whopping 4 million page views and 2 million posts.
Adam Winkler is an author, editor and a law professor at the University of California, Los Angeles who specializes in the Supreme Court, constitutional law and gun policy. Winkler’s most recent published book We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights (2018) received the Scribes Book Award and was a finalist for the National Book Award for Nonfiction, National Book Critics Circle Award, the California Book Award, and the American Bar Association Silver Gavel Award.
Jonathan Sichel is the General Manager of Content Acquisitions and Operations at Discovery Inc, where he oversees 18 different lifestyle networks and manages 11 different brands.   This includes everything from HD TV to the Food Network to Animal Planet and the Travel channel. Jonathan began working at Discovery Communications in 2002 as vice president of business affairs.
Adam Winkler is an author, editor and a law professor at the University of California, Los Angeles who specializes in the Supreme Court, constitutional law and gun policy. Winkler’s most recent published book We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights (2018) received the Scribes Book Award and was a finalist for the National Book Award for Nonfiction, National Book Critics Circle Award, the California Book Award, and the American Bar Association Silver Gavel Award.
Jonathan Sichel is the General Manager of Content Acquisitions and Operations at Discovery Inc, where he oversees 18 different lifestyle networks and manages 11 different brands.   This includes everything from HD TV to the Food Network to Animal Planet and the Travel channel.
Adam Winkler is an author, editor and a law professor at the University of California, Los Angeles who specializes in the Supreme Court, constitutional law and gun policy. Winkler’s most recent published book We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights (2018) received the Scribes Book Award and was a finalist for the National Book Award for Nonfiction, National Book Critics Circle Award, the California Book Award, and the American Bar Association Silver Gavel Award.
Jonathan Sichel is the General Manager of Content Acquisitions and Operations at Discovery Inc, where he oversees 18 different lifestyle networks and manages 11 different brands.   This includes everything from HD TV to the Food Network to Animal Planet and the Travel channel.
Adam Winkler is an author, editor and a law professor at the University of California, Los Angeles who specializes in the Supreme Court, constitutional law and gun policy. Winkler’s most recent published book We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights (2018) received the Scribes Book Award and was a finalist for the National Book Award for Nonfiction, National Book Critics Circle Award, the California Book Award, and the American Bar Association Silver Gavel Award.
Mo Rocca is a humorist, journalist and an actor. He is currently a correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, as well as the host for CBS’s series The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation. In January of 2019, Mo’s podcast Mobituaries debuted as a joint venture between CBS News and Simon and Schuster.
George Anders is a senior editor at large at LinkedIn. He’s authored five business books including the New York Times bestseller Perfect Enough: Carly Fiorina and the Reinvention of Hewlett Packard, and most recently You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a “Useless” Liberal Arts Degree.
George Anders is a senior editor at large at LinkedIn. He’s authored five business books including the New York Times bestseller Perfect Enough: Carly Fiorina and the Reinvention of Hewlett Packard, and most recently You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a “Useless” Liberal Arts Degree.
Mo Rocca is a humorist, journalist and an actor. He is currently a correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, as well as the host for CBS’s series The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation. In January of 2019, Mo’s podcast Mobituaries debuted as a joint venture between CBS News and Simon and Schuster.
George Anders is a senior editor at large at LinkedIn. He’s authored five business books including the New York Times bestseller Perfect Enough: Carly Fiorina and the Reinvention of Hewlett Packard, and most recently You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a “Useless” Liberal Arts Degree.
Mo Rocca is a humorist, journalist and an actor. He is currently a correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, as well as the host for CBS’s series The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation. In January of 2019, Rocca’s podcast Mobituaries debuted as a joint venture between CBS News and Simon and Schuster.
Larry Hanauer is the vice president for policy at the Intelligence and National Security Association, a nonpartisan and nonprofit association that works to identify and develop solutions to national security issues. Prior to his hiring at INSA in 2016, Larry was a senior international policy analyst at the RAND Corporation, where his research focused on foreign policy and national security, particularly in the Middle East and Africa.
Peter Newell is a retired US Army colonel of 32 years and a nationally recognized innovation expert whose work is changing how the government and companies compete and drive growth. He is the founder and CEO of BMNT, an innovation consultancy and early stage technology incubator that works with national security organizations to rapidly solve challenging problems.