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Chancellor Eloy Oakley takes you inside California Community Colleges for a series of lively discussions on a variety of academic and administrative topics. In each episode, Chancellor Oakley will be joined by a special guest to explore new perspectives on the most pressing issues facing two-year college educators and stakeholders in California. Transcripts available by request.
 
Southern California is home to some of the world’s most incredible innovations and accomplishments. But who are the change agents responsible for it all? Each week, Giselle Fernandez will take a deep dive into the philosophies and motivations of these people, who are creating an impact throughout the community. LA Stories Unfiltered is the companion podcast to the weekly television series on Spectrum News 1 and gives you an even more in-depth look at the stories and lives of change makers in ...
 
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The most-watched woman in the history of cable news takes her trademark no-holds barred political and cultural commentary to the world of podcasting with "The Laura Ingraham Show," a part of the Quake Media network. A bestselling author, a breast cancer survivor, and the mother of three internationally-adopted children, Laura was the most listened-to woman in talk radio before making the move to podcasting. Laura has been a trailblazer across multiple media platforms, and she brings a unique ...
 
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Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley and Calbright College's President and CEO, Ajita Talwalker Menon discuss the online college's latest developments and plans to support adult learners and California's economic recovery after the pandemic.Read the Transcript: https://www.cccco.edu/-/media/CCCCO-Website/Podcasts/Transcripts/CCC21044.pdf…
 
Dr. Jennifer Christner, Dean of the School of Medicine at Baylor University, joins Innovators to talk about how to build medical schools and healthcare systems around a more diverse generation of doctors and healthcare workers. Dr. Christner became the Dean of Baylor's School of Medicine in 2015 after a role at State University of New York (SUNY) U…
 
The key to success in our new COVID and post-COVID new landscape is knowing how to connect-to and relate-to all our campus stakeholders. Andy Vogel, Classroom Support Coordinator at The Ohio State University, joins the show to discuss how his journey helped position him well in his newest roll. Also, we discuss how a student-led initiative helped e…
 
Prior to becoming the first female CEO of City National Bank in Los Angeles, Kelly Coffey was living in New York City and working at J.P. Morgan for 20 years. Known as the “bank to the stars,” City National has a rich history of working with the entertainment industry, having famously helped Frank Sinatra with ransom money in 1963 when his son was …
 
Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley is joined by Michael V. Drake, M.D., President of University of California, for a discussion about preparing students for the future and fueling California’s economic recovery. The discussion ranges from standardized tests to transfer pathways to the impact of the pandemic on different communities within the systems, an…
 
In this episode, JFF is joined by Sandra Celedon, President and CEO of Fresno Building Healthy Communities. Sandra walks us through the importance of community-based organizations (CBO) and how they’ve become critical during the pandemic. Her story illustrates how helping your community can start in one place, like advocating for public parks, and …
 
Dr. Duane Ireland, Acting Dean of the Mays Business School at Texas A&M University, joins Innovators to talk about the mission and goals of A&M's student-centered business program, how he measures success, and more. On top of being named Acting Dean of the school in January, Dr. Ireland has served as Associate Dean for Research and Scholarship at M…
 
Classroom cameras have become a must-have in all installations moving forward. Hear Jonathan Lord, Classroom Technology Manager at Azusa Pacific University, Raj Singh, Manager of AV/IT Solutions, Design and Engineering at the University of Southern California, and Chi Hang Lo, AV/IT Solutions Architect at the University of Southern California discu…
 
Singer-songwriter Andra Day says that at first, she didn’t want the lead role in Hulu's "The United States vs. Billie Holiday” — admitting she felt she wasn't good enough or smart enough for the role. It was reading a scripture that helped Day overcome that feeling and made her realize the role was meant to be, as it ultimately landed her an Oscar …
 
What is the future of work-from-home (#WFH)? How will new norms impact our boots on the ground AV teams as we return to the office? Bill O'Donnell, AV Network Design Engineer at William Patterson University and host of AV Nation's EdTech Podcast, and Sharath Abraham, Engineering Manager at AVI-SPL, join the show to discuss the challenges we'll be f…
 
Dr. Cristina Gonzalez, Professor of Medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, joins Innovators to talk about implicit bias in education and how schools can combat it when selecting and elevating students. In 2011, Dr. Gonzalez's leadership was recognized nationally through the Unified Leadership Training in Diversity Award from the Assoc…
 
California Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley knows firsthand the importance of receiving both an affordable, quality education and the proper guidance during those years. After serving in the Army following high school and then transferring from Golden West College to UC Irvine, Oakley ultimately became the first Latino to serve as Ch…
 
COVID-19 brought about new concerns beyond social distancing and campus cleanliness protocols. Accessibility standards also needed to be updated. Mark Eggert, Audio Visual Technical at Macalester College, returns to the show to discuss their recent upgrades, including flattening graphics, spoken response, and multiple user modes. Connect with Mark …
 
Having started on Wall Street as a runner at just 16 years old, venture capitalist Art Bilger made his fortune investing in media and technology companies. After selling his successful media business, Bilger stepped back and examined his career path, realizing the importance of finding purpose and dignity through one's career and compared that with…
 
After winning the prestigious MacArthur Fellowship in 2019, renowned violinist Vijay Gupta resigned from the prestigious Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestra to devote himself full-time to helping LA's homeless, disenfranchised and incarcerated. Gupta shares with host Giselle Fernandez how he considers himself an "art disrupter" with his nonprofit St…
 
Small businesses — your favorite food truck, your family's mechanic, your reliable mom and pop shop — make up about 99.8% of California businesses. Today, we're talking to business owners and entrepreneurs from Oakland and Stockton to learn about the impact of the pandemic on their lives and business, how local regions can intentionally support and…
 
It's the return guest of return guests! Episode #1 BC Hatchett comes back to cover a whole host of topics from his Tech Manager Spotlight, his monthly "Point-Counterpoint" column, and the HETMA board of directors announcement. We discuss the current state of AV in higher ed, the direction for HETMA, and he does an incredible "soapbox" that's worth …
 
Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley is joined by Mike Madrid, principal at GrassrootsLab and a nationally recognized expert on Latino voting trends, for a hearty discussion about community colleges, protecting democracy, culture, politics and even baseball.Transcript: https://www.cccco.edu/-/media/CCCCO-Website/Podcasts/Transcripts/CCC21042.pdf…
 
Famous for being half of the marijuana-loving hippie comedy duo "Cheech and Chong," Richard "Cheech" Marin is one of the highest achieving Latinos in Hollywood — and has no plans to slow down. Although he enjoyed an immense amount of success together with Tommy Chong for 17 years, Marin eventually made the difficult decision to break up the duo and…
 
In this Industry Talk, KGI featured Douglas Jackson, who serves as the President/CEO of Project C.U.R.E. Each week, Project C.U.R.E. delivers approximately four semi-truck loads of donated medical supplies and equipment to desperately needy people around the world. Since 1987, Project C.U.R.E. has delivered equipment and supplies to hospitals and c…
 
What is a compliment sandwich? What is the best method for giving feedback and growing your team dynamics? Lex Peters, CX Design and Support Analyst at the University of Southern California and Creative Director of Higher Ed AV, joins the show to discuss and drops a solid hour of golden advice for every manager and team member. Lex also points out …
 
Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick, President of Howard University, joins Innovators to talk about how his institution continues to deliver excellence in many fields, and how Howard is innovating to cope with the ongoing pandemic. Dr. Frederick was named Howard president in 2014, and also serves as the distinguished Charles R. Drew Professor of Surgery. Dr. …
 
International supermodel Maye Musk is defying all odds and breaking norms for women across the globe. At 69 years old, she became the face of CoverGirl, proving that beauty has no age limit. She models regularly for runway shows and in fashion magazines, even making a music video appearance alongside Beyoncé. Musk discusses with host Giselle Fernan…
 
COVID forever changed the way we work and how we do conferences. The move to virtual in 2020 created a unique opportunity for conference organizers Raul Burriel (Oregon State University), Kae Novak (Front Range Community College), and Kristin Rivedal (Colorado Community College System), to join forces for a "Mega Conference." Listen as we discuss t…
 
As the daughter of legendary music mogul Clarence Avant, Nicole Avant had far from a "typical" childhood — often finding major musical artists, politicians, and industry giants sitting right there in her living room. Now, as the wife of Netflix co-CEO and Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos, Avant continues to follow the advice she received as a chi…
 
In this episode, Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley welcomes back Lande Ajose, Senior Policy Advisor for Higher Education for the Office of Governor Gavin Newsom, for a discussion about a groundbreaking report, “Recovery with Equity: A Roadmap for Higher Education After the Pandemic.” The report was published by the Governor's Council for Postsecondary E…
 
This Industry Talk features Bonnie H. Anderson, the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Veracyte, a leading genomic diagnostics company that leverages deep genomic insights to transform care. Ms. Anderson’s career spans over 30 years in regulated diagnostics and life science markets. She cofounded Veracyte in 2008 and served as the company’s Pr…
 
Get to know Higher Ed AV's March Tech Manager Spotlight! Erin Maher-Moran, Multimedia Services Manager at Johns Hopkins University joins the show to discuss her tech journey, how the industry has evolved, women in AV, and classroom technology at Johns Hopkins University. Connect with Erin Maher-Moran on Twitter at @Smearin_Off_Ice and on LinkedIn. …
 
Arturo Sandoval opens up to Giselle Fernandez about his passion for music, escaping communist Cuba, and meeting the great jazz legend Dizzy Gillespie by chance. When he first started playing the trumpet at age 10 in Cuba, Sandoval was told he'd never make it as a musician — yet he persevered and eventually mastered the instrument at a young age. No…
 
Dr. Barbara Fortini joins DNA Today host Kira Dineen to discuss the growing career opportunities in genomic data analytics. Fortini is the program director for KGI's Master of Science in Human Genetics and Genomic Data Analytics program. She also teaches their genetic counseling students. Her research interests focus on colorectal cancer, the third…
 
Community and relationships are the key to success in the higher ed vertical. Today, we welcome James King of Stockton University to celebrate the 1-Year Anniversary of his Higher Ed AV/IT Slack Channel. We discuss the growth, some of our favorite conversations, and the impact on the higher ed av vertical. To join the Higher Ed AVIT Slack Channel, …
 
In the debut episode of LA Stories Unfiltered, Giselle Fernandez sits down with the one and only Charo for a hilarious and heartfelt conversation about the entertainer’s prolific career and personal heartaches. After mastering the craft of flamenco guitar at an early age, Charo came to the U.S. to chase her dream of becoming a star. Her appearance …
 
Our host, JFF Associate Director Renee Faulkner, will explore how the lives of two California Community College students changed when campuses closed in March 2020. From experiencing food insecurity and managing family dynamics to mastering online learning...and TikTok, Josh Elizondo and Jamie Vasquez reflect on how the pandemic has impacted their …
 
Americans' freedom of speech is under assault as Big Tech, the mainstream media, and the Democrat party collude to silence dissenting voices. Civil rights attorney Harmeet Dhillon joins Laura to discuss the future of the free exchange of ideas. Plus, Gordon Chang stops by to expose how China is exploiting the current unrest in America, and how they…
 
There ain't no party like a Clubhouse App party, 'cuz a Clubhouse App party don't stop. On this episode, we welcome on a who's who of the AV industry to this live no holds barred, let the conversation go where it may, spontaneous conversation. We cover everything from looking forward past COVID, to relationship building, to sales, to manufacturer a…
 
Southern California is home to some of the world’s most incredible innovations and accomplishments. But who are the change agents responsible for it all? Each week, Giselle Fernandez will take a deep dive into the philosophies and motivations of these people, who are creating an impact throughout the community. LA Stories Unfiltered is the companio…
 
What is common across all AV verticals? The fact that to be successful, you must develop strong relationships. We are in the people business, not the tech business. AV is just the vehicle to achieve a goal. Van Metschke of Vantage Pro AV and the Church Tech Profiles Podcast (and former Church Tech Weekly Podcast) joins the show to discuss the impor…
 
Dr. Elsa Murano, the former president of Texas A&M and current director of the Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture, joins Innovators to talk about the world's food production system and how it has been disrupted during the pandemic. Dr. Murano was appointed Under Secretary of Agriculture for Food Safety in the United States Department o…
 
The move from live production into higher ed commercial integration has both rewards and challenges. Will DeWitt, AV Engineering and Infrastructure Manager at College of Charleston joins the show to discuss moving from nine years serving as the director of media services in house of worship, through a year as broadcast engineer at Trident Technical…
 
Where's the line between pedagogy and technology? How do you truly find out the needs of your customers during this time of change and pandemic response. Greg Koerner, Digital Classroom Services Manager at Michigan State University, joins the show to discuss. We all talk about HETMA Conference, the importance of investing in the higher ed community…
 
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