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CBO Speaks

NACUBO Distance Learning

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CBO Speaks from NACUBO showcases our most seasoned CBO colleagues from top institutions around the country as they share stories of their journey as business officers. Their experiences inspire us and show us what’s possible in our own work.
 
Let's talk basketball and basketball. That's not a typo. Rok Baller and CBO break down basketball from a REAL perspective. Rok Baller is a former Division 1 college basketball player who began working in the entertainment while still on scholarship. He had to work under a different name to escape the unfair NCAA rules and avoid violations. CBO is a friend and mentor to Rok Baller and a former Division 1 college athlete himself. CBO also played professionally over seas after his college career.
 
Any society that allows itself to become radically unequal eventually collapses into an uprising or a police state—or both. Join venture capitalist Nick Hanauer and some of the world’s leading economic and political thinkers in an exploration of who gets what and why. Turns out, everything you learned about economics is wrong. And if we don’t do something about rising inequality, the pitchforks are coming.
 
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Words & Numbers

Antony Davies and James R. Harrigan

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Antony Davies and James R. Harrigan co-host Words & Numbers, where they take a non-partisan look at current events through the eyes of an economist and a political scientist. The show is aimed at interested non-experts. Regular episodes come out each Wednesday.
 
Vote Pro Pot-Cast explores the many facets of cannabis in American society - the people who use it, the healthcare applications of it, the myths surrounding it, and the laws that govern it. You’ll hear candid discussions, news items, and diverse opinions presented in a way that is informative, entertaining, and sometimes a little irreverent.
 
Debugged: A Congressional App Challenge Podcast connects the country’s youth and technology by *debugging* the intricate world of technology. By highlighting trends in the industry, simplifying complex concepts, and introducing high profile guests, Debugged offers an opportunity for its listeners to delve into tech in an analytical but relatable manner. Hosted by Medha Gupta, a Computer Science student at New York University, and the Congressional App Challenge, an annual national programmin ...
 
Welcome to the world's #1 essential oils podcast –– where each week, we demystify the world of aromatherapy and make essential oils your no-brainer approach to just about everything. Explore how to use essential oils for better health, toxin-free living, DIY projects, skincare, weight loss, emotional and spiritual health, and more. Essential Oil Beginners: Grab our complimentary quick start guide here: www.freeoilcourse.com Love Young Living Essential Oils? Us too! Or maybe you use DoTerra, ...
 
Welcome to Mentally Healthy Leaders. A Platinum Award winning podcast. In this podcast series, I’ll be chatting to senior executives, special forces soldiers, entrepreneurs, world record holders, and other inspirational leaders. Many of which have experienced their own struggle with mental health issues. Our guests are happy to share their story in the hope that it will help others to talk, and encourage business leaders to create more mentally healthy workplaces. Tom Fox. Podcast host, & MD ...
 
iStack Training teaches the must cutting-edge, high-value digital performance marketing tactics via live events, content on demand and 6 Week Mastery Challenges. The Robust Marketer is a podcast that features the world's most successful performance marketers working across a variety of areas from Facebook ads to ecommerce stores to native advertising to crypto currencies. These in-depth interviews with iStack Training CEO Eric Dyck give away amazing strategies and hands on tactics to drive i ...
 
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Welcome to this special bonus episode of CBO Speaks. We’ve asked our recent interviewees about important topics for our listeners and collected their responses to share with you in these mini topical episodes. In this episode, our CBOs share their thoughts on governance and the CBO’s role within the institution.…
 
The Congressional Budget Office is the government entity that produces forecasts about the effects of new taxes and spending on the economy and the federal budget. Four years ago, we did an episode in which we showed that the CBO had a track record of under-estimating future spending and over-estimating future tax revenues. With four years behind u…
 
In this episode of Debugged, Medha Gupta sits down with Christopher Adams, a drug policy analyst with the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), current professor at Dartmouth College, and former antitrust and competition specialist at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Adams discusses the effects of the capabilities of new technology like machine lea…
 
Most of what the public knows about economics is really macroeconomics - the field of economics that deals with interest rates, inflation, unemployment, and GDP. Economics is really about human behavior, and there’s a lot more to it than simply macroeconomics. Economist Matt Ryan joins us this week to talk about his work in applying economics to in…
 
Flower Essences! How have we done this show for so long without yet covering this topic? I’m so glad to have Kerry Hughes back on the show to finally dive into this modality of plant use. It’s been a long time coming, and this conversation fits so perfectly into our deep dive into the power of plants as of late. What is the difference between Flowe…
 
Hemant Taneja (@htaneja), managing partner at General Catalyst and author of Intended Consequences, joins Anne Dwane and Village Global’s newest partner, Prateek Alsi, to discuss: - What responsible innovation is and how tech can do good in the world using the framework. - How founders should think about responsible innovation at the earliest stage…
 
Andrew, Jay, and Phil are at it again, bringing you the latest stories, opinions, and really cool ideas from the world of weed, including A cannabis advocate gets bounced from YouTube and finds a new home The DIY guide to making weed-based lube in private Bees that eat hemp don’t age as quickly and more VoteProPot@gmail.com VoteProPot-Cast Facebook…
 
Laura Crabtree (@llcrabbie), founder and CEO of Epsilon3, joins Lucas Bagno and Ian Cinnamon on this episode to discuss: - What she accomplished during her time at SpaceX and her journey to starting Epsilon3. - Whether the biggest contribution of SpaceX to the industry will be all the amazing people leaving to start their own space companies. - How…
 
Jimmy Soni (@jimmyasoni), author of The Founders: The Story of PayPal and the Entrepreneurs Who Shaped Silicon Valley, joins Ben Casnocha on this episode to discuss: - How diversity and variety of backgrounds and opinions helped PayPal become successful. - The fact that PayPal’s leading product was not solving a problem that they had set out to sol…
 
This week’s episode dives into how the body can learn to be healthy. It can learn how to vibrate at the frequency it needs to in order to be healthy- healthy now, and in the future. To do this we rely on knowledge that’s over 5,000 years old, gained through studies in acupuncture, the balancing of the meridians, and energy work. Today we talk about…
 
The Biden Administration’s 2023 budget proposal includes a Billionaire Minimum Income Tax and a rewrite of stock buyback practices. Will these changes actually take effect? If so, will they do enough to curb runaway corporate power? Niko Lusiani from the Roosevelt Institute breaks down what’s inside Biden’s budget. Niko Lusiani is the Director of C…
 
Hang out with Andrew, Jay, and Phil as they dive head-long into the latest cannabis news, trends, and other weedy stuff, including Door Dash is getting into the weed delivery business in Canada Cannabis beats out Starbucks coffee in 2021 sales revenue Study finds cannabis flower use helps with fatigue Our take on R&R Hall of Fame inductees and more…
 
There are some things that people have an emotional reaction to buying and selling: sex, body parts, votes. There are other things whose quality people aren’t able to judge. Is it possible that markets shouldn’t or can’t handle these things? Philosopher James Stacey Taylor joins us to discuss his latest book, Markets With Limits. Get Your Copy of C…
 
Joshua Steinman (@JoshuaSteinman), founder and CEO of Galvanick, joins Lucas Bagno and Ian Cinnamon to discuss: - The history of cybersecurity at big industrial companies and how he is building “Splunk for industrial systems” to solve that problem. - His time at the National Security Council, what motivated him to work in government, and his work c…
 
Birth Control. Let’s talk about it. If you’ve ever tried to get pregnant, or gone out of your way to be sure not to get pregnant, my guess is you’ve either been on some form of hormonal birth control, or considered it. Doctors quickly prescribe “the pill” for issues from family planning, cramps, and even for acne (though let’s be honest… the pill c…
 
The idea behind private equity firms—to buy failing companies and turn them around for a profit—is not inherently bad. So why is private equity such a major driver of economic inequality? Jim Baker, the Executive Director for the Private Equity Stakeholder Project, explains these Wall Street pirates’ risky business practices and shows how workers a…
 
Spend some time with Andrew, Jay, and Phil as they bring you another jam-packed episode featuring the cannabis news of the day, including Joe Biden issues a few cannabis pardons . . . very few Eating hemp makes cows chill out, study says Arizona collects more tax revenue from cannabis than from alcohol and tobacco combined and much more VoteProPot@…
 
Welcome to this special bonus episode of CBO Speaks. We’ve asked our recent interviewees about important topics for our listeners and collected their responses to share with you in these mini topical episodes. In this episode, our CBOs talk about analytics and how to do meaningful and collaborative work with data that answers the right questions.…
 
Alex Iskold, co-founder and managing partner at 2048 Ventures and creator of 1kproject.org, joins Anne Dwane and Lucas Bagno on this episode to discuss: - What he is doing with 1kproject.org to help the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine. - How he and a team of volunteers are empowering families in the US to send $1,000 directly to the bank card of a U…
 
There are some things that people have an emotional reaction to buying and selling: sex, body parts, votes. There are other things whose quality people aren’t able to judge. Is it possible that markets shouldn’t or can’t handle these things? Philosopher James Stacey Taylor joins us to discuss his latest book, Markets With Limits. Get Your Copy of C…
 
Martin Gurri (@mgurri), author of The Revolt of the Public, joins Lucas Bagno and Ian Cinnamon to discuss: - The genesis of the thesis about the revolt of the public while Martin was working at the CIA analyzing communications as social media and blogging began to take off. - The challenges to authority that the free flow of information has present…
 
Have you ever been outside- sun shining, birds chirping- when suddenly a particular kind of contentment washes over you? I get that feeling all the time, and usually chalk it up to just being away from the house, or work, and stress. But after meeting our guest this week, Gina Bria, I’m beginning to think that the euphoria I often feel outside, may…
 
In 2019, a group of business leaders signed a high-profile pledge promising that they would voluntarily move toward a more inclusive stakeholder-focused version of capitalism. But throughout the pandemic, those same companies reported record profits while workers were left behind. Brookings Institute Senior Fellow Katie Bach walks us through her ne…
 
In this episode of Debugged, Medha Gupta talks to Christine Rushlow, a professor of biology at New York University and director of the WINS program at NYU, to discuss her unique research in the genetics of embryonic development and how it has influenced her to create a program aimed at advancing the inclusion of women in STEM. In the interview, Rus…
 
Hang out with your buddies Andrew, Jay, and Phil as they rattle off the latest cannabis news, rumors, and outright bullshit, including How and why 420 has become a national phenomenon DC City Council approves measure to protect more employees who use weed off the job Another candidate for the U.S. Senate appears in a campaign commercial smoking can…
 
Humans have dual natures. We are, simultaneously, individuals and members of a shared society. That each of us should be free arises from our status as individuals. But, what arises from our status as members of a shared society are obligations to one another. What economists call “economic freedom” is really the encoding of the appropriate balance…
 
Chris Power (@2112Power), founder and CEO of Hadrian, joins Lucas Bagno and Ian Cinnamon to discuss: - Why manufacturing is key to a strong position in the world order. - The changes in the landscape that have enabled a company like Hadrian to be possible now, where it wasn’t five years ago. - What Chris would do if he was running the United States…
 
Have you ever gone outside of your comfort zone and find yourself so glad you did? That’s what happened to me this week when I said “yes” to an interview with BioProtein Technology’s Dustin Baker. I realized that when I hear the term “Human Growth Hormones” I have a knee-jerk reaction. That reaction really comes from a lack of knowledge. What exact…
 
Non-compete clauses, and the lesser-known no-poach agreements between franchises, are shockingly common for low-wage workers. Although these contracts were originally intended to protect trade secrets among high-level executives, they have spiraled into an unfair labor practice that keeps wages low, limits employee mobility, and decreases competiti…
 
Join Andrew, Jay, and Phil for another round of candid conversation on the weed news of the day, including Ex-Beatle wins another grammy AND inspires a new cannabis product line Legal cannabis industry expected to add about $100B to the economy this year Chuck Schumer asks GOP senators what it would take for them to support legalization bill and mu…
 
Dr. Kim Hadley is the Vice President of Finance & Administration and Assistant Professor of Business at John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas. In this episode, Dr. Hadley joins our host Donna Schiele to talk about how her background as a professor informs everything she does, keeping up to date with the pulse of the students, and the ro…
 
Chris Power (@2112Power), founder and CEO of Hadrian, Katherine Boyle (@KTmBoyle), partner at a16z, and Josh Wolfe (@wolfejosh), co-founder and managing partner at Lux Capital, join Anne Dwane and Erik Torenberg on this episode to discuss: - How Hadrian is abstracting the supply chain for space, aerospace, and defense manufacturing, and how it is a…
 
Did you know the laundry room is the most toxic room of the average household? But it doesn’t have to be… On this week’s episode, I talk with the CEO of Truly Free, Stephen Ezell, about his company's toxic-free refillable laundry detergent, and other eco-friendly products. Stephen has a lot to say about the importance of our product choices, and ho…
 
It’s trendy to mock the malicious pervasiveness of neoliberalism now, but have you ever wondered what its origins are? This week, George Monbiot and Binyamin Appelbaum join the show to uncover just where the dominant economic theory of our time came from and how it took hold. This episode was originally recorded and released in October 2019. George…
 
Andrew, Jay, and Phil welcome nationally recognized cannabis cultivation expert and editor of Northeast Leaf Magazine, Danny Danko, to discuss The art and science of growing weed for fun and profit What makes a superior grade of cannabis Danny's cannabis podcast, "Grow Bud Yourself!" and much more Check out the video version of this Zoom interview …
 
In this episode of Debugged, Medha Gupta talks to Ramansh Sharma, an undergraduate researcher at the Approximate Bayesian Inference Team at RIKEN and a member of Conex Research. Sharma discusses his experience developing AI-For-Good research projects and the different use-cases of AI research in STEM. Sharma gives advice on the best courses to lear…
 
This week, we talk with the economics students of Mount Hebron High School who have won the state economics championship 16 times, the national championship six times, and recently won the international championship for the first time. Get Your Copy of Cooperation and Coercion Now! http://www.cooperationandcoercion.com Show Your Support for Words &…
 
Mike Maples (@m2jr), founding partner at Floodgate, joins Lucas Bagno (@lucasbagnocv) and Ian Cinnamon (@iancinnamon) to discuss: - Why there has been an “epidemic of fakery” in society over the last 50 years or so. Mike says that institutions are pretending to be working rather than doing actual work. - Why the right “angle of attack” for societal…
 
Candida has so many different symptoms and it can often get missed by doctors. Yeast overgrowth symptoms can be extreme, and most people don’t know it could be Candida. This week we talked with an absolute warrior, Jordan Combs, about her fight with Candida. At first, I thought that she would be sharing how her journey with doctors finally helped h…
 
What role does the criminal justice system play in economic inequality? How does economic inequality cause mass incarceration? And how do we tease those two questions apart? Robynn Cox, an expert in the economics of mass incarceration, talks about her research uncovering the links between economic inequality and the criminal justice system. Robynn …
 
Hang out with Andrew, Jay, and Phil for more lively convo about all things cannabis, including A weed-friendly hotel is coming to Las Vegas The Russians are adding two more months to Brittney Griner's detention The Congressional Budget Office has good news about the MORE Act and more LINKS: Pro Cannabis Media VoteProPot@gmail.com VoteProPot-Cast Yo…
 
In this very special 100th episode, our host, Donna Schiele, joins NACUBO president and CEO Susan Whealler Johnston to welcome back three interviewees from our first season of CBO Speaks to see where they are now: * Bronté Burleigh-Jones, chief financial officer at American University (listen to Bronté in episode 4) * Gregg Goldman, vice chancellor…
 
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