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In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king It's a messy, complicated world out there. We need better solutions to the problems around us, and better leaders to them. No one person has it all figured out, but in a quest to discover a more impactful brand of leadership, I'm having conversations with people who have at least some part of it figured out, and specifically in the fields of business, entrepreneurship, impact and technology.
 
Join Investing On The Frontier's hosts, Matt and Laura Davis, on their investment adventures around Africa and the world's frontier markets. This business duo brings you on a wild ride discussing investing, cultures and travel. They share new insights on impact investing, Africa, the Millennial generation, their ideas about tough love, and a variety of other real and raw topics that will leave you looking at the world a little differently. Investing On The Frontier is brought to you by RENEW ...
 
Sibylline is a leading strategic risk and threat advisory firm. We support businesses, governments and NGOs through the provision of high-quality threat-based analysis and services. We do not believe in one-size-fits-all solutions. Instead, our global source network, professional intelligence analysis processes and specialist academic and technical expertise allows us to produce high-quality, insightful work that has direct relevance to our clients’ business.
 
Welcome to the Nonprofit Build Up, hosted by A. Nicole Campbell. Discover insights from nonprofit and philanthropy leaders about assessing and building better organizational infrastructure, programmatic strategies, and challenging traditional sector approaches on how to support some of the world’s most vulnerable communities. A. Nicole Campbell has over fifteen years of legal and operational experience in the social sector and has worked in private practice, private philanthropy, and the pub ...
 
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In this episode of The Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Bryan Kim interviews Dr. Saba Rasheed Ali, lead author of the TCP article "Sociopolitical Development and Healthcare Career Interest, Self-Efficacy, and Outcome Expectations Among Rural Youth" (coauthored by Dr. Yunkyoung Loh Garrison, Ms. Ziomara Cervantes, and Mr. Devon Dawson)…
 
In this episode of The Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Bryan Kim interviews Dr. Patty Kuo, Dr. Zac Imel, and Dr. Karen Tao, coauthors of the TCP article "An Experimental Analogue Evaluation of Asian and Asian Americans’ Immediate Reactions to Therapist Microaggressions".
 
On 9 July violent protests broke out across Kwa-Zulu Natal, quickly spreading to Gauteng, resulting in widespread looting and arson, with clashes resulting in hundred's of deaths. Following the deployment of 25,000 soldiers, calm was eventually restored, but not before an estimated ZAR 50 billion in damages was caused, impacting around 40,000 busin…
 
This week on the Nonprofit Build Up, we are discussing general support funding. This episode was recorded as the very first episode from our Fast Build Friday series, a web-series where we quickly build what you know about infrastructure design in the nonprofit sector. You may hear us talk a lot about general support funding or flexible funding on …
 
In the wake of a series of protests, riots and lootings across South Africa and especially in KZN, many of us are trying to make sense of what we saw and experience. Those of us fortunate enough not to be caught in the middle of the unrest juggled misinformation, panic, a limp government response, and the visible and visceral impact on thousands of…
 
This week on the Nonprofit Build Up, Nic is talking with Sarah Shanley Hope. Sarah is the VP of Brand + Partnerships at The Solutions Project following seven years as the organization’s first Executive Director. Under Sarah’s leadership, the organization transformed its mission and culture to center racial and gender equity, launched the field’s fi…
 
US President Joe Biden is expecting a 45-day update on a US investigation into the origins of the Covid-19 pandemic. The investigation, led by the US intelligence services, is drawing widespread media attention, with scientists, political scientists and health experts weighing in on the polarising hypothesis of whether the SARS-CoV-2 virus may have…
 
We're back from a brief hiatus, in the midst of a trying time for South Africa and South Africans. Well, a more trying time - it feels like being and believing has been an uphill battle for years now.In this episode talk to Bridget McNulty about grief. About loss. About how we think about loss, respond to loss, and live with it rather than get over…
 
Be intentional in making a difference "Diversity and inclusion is about helping everyone be the best version of themselves," Louise PentlandThis episode features Louise Pentland, EVP, Chief Business Affairs and Legal Officer at Paypal, a person passionate about driving diversity and inclusion in all spheres of life. Listen in as she shares about he…
 
In this episode of The Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Bryan Kim interviews Dr. Oswaldo Moreno, lead author of the TCP article "Psychological Impact, Strengths, and Handling the Uncertainty Among Latinx DACA Recipients" (coauthored by Ms. Lisa Fuentes, Ms. Isis Garcia-Rodriguez, Dr. Rosalie Corona, and Dr. German Cadenas).…
 
With less than 15 days to go to the start of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, the Japanese capital has been placed under a fourth state of emergency amid a fresh surge of Covid-19 infections. The ever-changing pandemic situation has characterised the uncertainty that has shrouded this flagship sporting event, having been already postponed once and att…
 
This week on the Nonprofit Build Up, we are defining infrastructure. This episode was recorded as an episode from our Fast Build Friday series, a web-series where we quickly build what you know about infrastructure design in the nonprofit sector. There are so many definitions of infrastructure floating around. And since we use the term ‘infrastruct…
 
Succeeding as a female leader In this episode, we get to interact with Lauren Hendricks, CEO of Equity Group Foundation International. Lauren strongly believes in building great teams to succeed in leadership. Listen in to get her take on financing startups in Africa and how to succeed as a female leader. Enjoy!…
 
In recent weeks, a car-bomb attack against an army base hosting US military personnel and an apparent attempt to assassinate President Iván Duque Márquez have raised concerns over the security environment in Colombia. Meanwhile, the country has also witnessed a surge in violent protests in Bogotá and several other cities. In this week's podcast, we…
 
This week on the Nonprofit Build Up, Nic is talking with Shawn Dove. Shawn was the founding Chief Executive Officer of the Campaign for Black Male Achievement or CBMA, a national membership organization committed to improving the life outcomes for Black men and boys. Under Shawn’s leadership, CBMA leveraged more than $212 million in national and lo…
 
Adaptiveness in a fast-changing world What an honor to share in conversation with passionate and like-minded Innovation Leaders.Meet Kathryn Ross, Managing Director at Accenture Ventures. She thrives on supporting black founders in making a difference.Listen in on how she perceives building networks, and how we can attract and keep women in tech. E…
 
The first round of regional elections in France has yielded startling results, with both the far-right under Marine Le Pen and the ruling party of President Emmanuel Macron seeing significant setbacks nationwide as traditional left- and right-wing parties surge forward. In our latest podcast, Liana Semchuk, Lead Europe-Eurasia Analyst, is joined by…
 
This week on the Nonprofit Build Up, Nic is talking with Shawn Dove. Shawn was the founding Chief Executive Officer of the Campaign for Black Male Achievement or CBMA, a national membership organization committed to improving the life outcomes for Black men and boys. Under Shawn’s leadership, CBMA leveraged more than $212 million in national and lo…
 
In our latest podcast, Alex Parsons, Lead Analyst for the Americas is joined by Eloise Scott, Lead Analyst for the Middle East and Africa and James Hannan, Associate Analyst for Americas, to discuss the presidential elections in Iran. Iranian elections held on 18 June are almost certain to return a hard-line president, allowing hardliners and conse…
 
This week on the Nonprofit Build Up, we’re talking Veta Richardson. Veta is President and CEO of the Association of Corporate Counselor (ACC), the world’s largest professional association for in-house counsel. With more than 43,000 members spanning 85 nations and staff located in North America, Asia, Australia, and soon, Europe, ACC offers a global…
 
In our latest podcast, Philip Riding, Middle East and Africa Lead Analyst is joined by James Barth, North America Analyst and Dr Guo Yu, Lead Analyst for Asia Pacific, to discuss the G7 Summit in Cornwall. Leaders of the world's wealthiest economies and major democratic powers (including the EU) have gathered at Cornish seaside town of St. Ives for…
 
This week on the Nonprofit Build Up, we’re talking Jim Shelton. Jim is the Chief Impact and Investment Officer at Blue Meridian Partners, a philanthropic vehicle that identifies and scales solutions to the problems trapping youth and their families in poverty. He also serves as a Senior Advisor to KKR Global Impact and is a nonresident Fellow at th…
 
Defining your career path Have you ever began your career journey in one area only to find yourself on a totally different path? Here's an engaging episode where we hosted Liz Wamai, VP, Head of Recruiting at Facebook who speaks on defining one's career path.She also shares helpful tips on recruiting talent for all recruiting professionals out ther…
 
The federal elections on 6 June will be the second-largest electoral event in Mexico’s history. Over 20,000 positions will be elected, including the entire lower chamber of the 500-seat Congress, 15 state governors, 30 State congresses, and the authorities of around 1,900 municipalities. Together with Ignacio Ayala, Lat-Am Intelligence Analyst, Ale…
 
This week on the Nonprofit Build Up, we’re talking with Lawrence Mendenhall. Lawrence is the Chief Operating Officer of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the 32,000-member association for America’s eye surgeons, where he leads the Academy’s communications, memberships, marketing, finance, technology, facilities, security, and corporate service…
 
The dual crises of the Covid-19 pandemic and collapse of oil prices have driven significant policy changes amongst many major energy exporters across the Middle East and Africa as governments are forced to address deficiencies in existing industrial models and spending habits. In this podcast Phillip Riding, MEA Lead Analyst, is joined by Benedict …
 
This week on the Nonprofit Build Up, we’re talking with Geoffrey Canada. Geoff is a leading advocate for children and an innovator in the field of education. He created the Harlem Children’s Zone, a birth-through-college network of programs that today serves more than 13,000 low-income students and families in a 97-block area of Central Harlem in N…
 
The latest conflict in Gaza has drawn much international attention, as has the prospect of a ceasefire, which materialised this morning. In our latest podcast, Alexander Parsons, Lead Americas Analyst, is joined by Philip Riding, MEA Lead Analyst, and Guo (Hugo) Yu, Lead ASPAC Analyst. Together they unpack the last week’s events, why the end of fig…
 
This week on the Nonprofit Build Up, we’re talking with Carol Baldwin Moody, President and CEO of Legal Momentum, The Women’s Legal Defense and Education Fund. Carol has developed a reputation for her outstanding efforts to fight for equality. Her work specifically focuses on educational, economic, and gender equality. She's widely recognized for h…
 
In this latest installment of the Trade Talks podcast, we hear from various experts who joined GTR's recent Trade Finance Funds 2021 webinar, exploring the increasingly central role of funds in the trade finance ecosystem, from differing business models to changes in investor sentiment and the role of ESG, technological advances and the ongoing nee…
 
We were privileged to host Admas Kanyagia, Head of Social Impact at GitHub. Admas thrives on impacting the community through social good activities and programs. In this episode, she gives valuable insight on her career journey and leadership experiences, alongside the importance of social impact in an organisation.Enjoy the conversation!…
 
The ransomware attack on US energy firm Colonial Pipeline last week caused significant disruptions to fuel delivery on the East Coast, as the firm suspended most of its operations in a bid to stem the spread of malware. With Colonial pipeline transporting nearly half of US East Coast's fuel supply, this incident highlights the growing threat that c…
 
This week on the Nonprofit Build Up, we’re talking with Jay Williams, President of the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving. Jay is currently leading the Foundation’s commitment to dismantle structural racism, achieve equity, and improve social and economic mobility, in partnership with nonprofit organizations and community stakeholders. Jay is so…
 
Hi Chini Ya Maji Family, thank you for tuning in to Chini Ya Maji podcast, your one stop shop for all startup news and stories. In this episode, we hosted Nick Quintong, CEO & Co-Founder of PayGoEnergy, a technology company in Nairobi that is building hardware and software solutions to help grow markets for LPG. This episode extensively gives backg…
 
In this episode of the Journal of Black Psychology podcast series, Editor's Assistant Alexandra VanBergen talks with Ms. Abbey and Dr. Belgrave about their recently published study "Dipo Rites of Passage and Psychological Well-being Among Krobo Adolescent Females in Ghana: A Preliminary Study."
 
In this week's podcast Jonathan Dunbar, EMEA Director, is joined by Guo Yu, PhD, Lead APAC Analyst, and John Harley Breen, Lead Global Risks Analyst, to discuss the British-led naval deployment to Asia amid heightened regional tensions. The UK’s new aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth recently deployed as part of a larger naval strike group to the…
 
Jean Lee is clear and compelling in how she speaks about MCCA’s work and how they’re being creative and responsive during the crisis. She also talks about the importance of thinking outside-the-box, appreciating the diversity of the nonprofit ecosystem, and reflecting on the reason why your organization exists in order to better serve the communiti…
 
In this week’s podcast Alexander Parsons, Lead Americas Analyst, is joined by Eloise Scott, Middle East and North Africa Analyst, and Philip Riding, MEA Lead Analyst, to discuss the ongoing financial and socio-economic crises in Lebanon. Warnings from officials of severe difficulties in funding imports and subsidies looks to exacerbate the situatio…
 
In this episode of the Journal of Black Psychology podcast series, Editor's Assistant Alexandra VanBergen talks with Dr. McGuffey about his recently published article "Rape Appraisals: Class Mobility, Social Geography, and Sexual Morality Tales in Ghana, South Africa, and Rwanda."
 
This week on the Nonprofit Build Up, we’re talking with Ricardo Castro, the Senior Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary of the International Rescue Committee. This conversation was recorded last year in 2020 when we were at the height of an international health crisis...that we’re still finding our way through. Ricardo is captivating in h…
 
Whenever you get the opportunity, always take a sister with you", this is a phrase that has since been associated with Dr. Catriona Wallace, Founder & CEO of Ethical AI Advisory as well as the Director & Founder Flamingo AI, who is passionate about women empowerment. In this episode she extensively talks about Artificial Intelligence, the importanc…
 
In this episode of The Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Bryan Kim interviews Ms. Greta Jankauskaite, lead author of the TCP article "Assessing Knowledge and Predicting Grief Counseling Skills Among University Counseling Center Therapists" (coauthored by Dr. Karen O’Brien and NaYeon Yang).…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced many businesses across the globe to rely more on cloud computing and third-party technology to support remote working arrangements. In this week's podcast, Amy Reynolds, Deputy Insight Manager, is joined by Hans Horan, Cyber Analyst, and Guo Yu, lead ASPAC Analyst, to unpack how this increased inter-connectivity has…
 
Angelyn Frazer-Giles is honest and compelling in how she speaks about the work of NNJ and how they’re staying true to their mission. She talks about how to support grassroots organizations, leanly-staffed organizations, and organizations engaged in direct services work in the criminal justice space. In this episode, Angelyn shares her advice for no…
 
In this week's episode, EMEA Director Jonathan Dunbar discusses the launch of Sibylline's latest report, the Global Extremism Quarterly, with Sub-Saharan Africa Analyst Ben Manzin and James Barth, our North America Analyst. They discuss the contents of the report and the impetus for creating it, detailing the unprecedented pace of change in the thr…
 
Dorian Burton’s passion for shifting the conversation in the sector from a deficit-based framework to an asset-rich framework comes through so clearly during our conversation. He shares practical advice for nonprofits and funders on how to begin the shift from charity to justice. In this episode, Dorian focuses on how funders can and should listen …
 
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