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Best Clinton Foundation podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Clinton Foundation podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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What's it like to be on the road to history? Running for president is a big deal, but on With Her, you'll hear from Hillary Clinton, Tim Kaine, their supporters, and staff about the little details from the campaign trail they'll never forget.
 
Presented by Causeartist, Disruptors for GOOD explores social entrepreneurs around the world who have dedicated their lives to ethical fashion, impact investing, sustainable travel, and businesses that impact the world in a positive way. The founder of Causeartist, Grant Trahant, does one-on-one interviews with some of the most creative and impactful startups and brands around the world.
 
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In episode 47 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Christian Thrasher and Catherine Smith from The Clinton Foundation on the impact of COVID-19 across different sectors of our society. Catharine SmithCatharine Smith is the chief executive officer of the Clinton Health Matters Initiative (CHMI) at the Clinton Foundation. Catharine previo…
 
Abby and the gang go underground. Abby Falmacher, Mayor Rory and Derrick investigate the newly-discovered tunnel at the site of the old Nuclear Pasta Plant (and former One Pasta Place). Agent Briggs visits the Dunsel & Dunsel Insurance Agency. Guest starring Bonnie Kenderdine as Abby Falmacher and Bryn Dunsel, and Gary J. Chambers as the Narrator. …
 
The land time forgot — mostly. Agent Briggs runs into a snag with his plan to wipe Middling Fair off the map. What is the secret he learns? Elsewhere, General Kalamity wants everyone to stay out of that newly-discovered tunnel. Guest starring Bonnie Kenderdine as Bryn Dunsel and Garry J. Chambers as the Narrator. (run time: 6:06 minutes) >> Become …
 
In episode 48 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Laura Hertz, Co-founder and CEO of Gifts for Good on using socially conscious products to disrupt the $100 million market of corporate gifting. Laura is the co-founder and CEO of Gifts for Good— an e-commerce site that curates and customizes premium gifts for companies and professionals…
 
Rocky times in a sandy location. Giles gets some unsettling news about a discovery at the site of the former One Pasta Place apartment building. Meanwhile, in Grassssssside Greene, Agent Briggs flips the switch on his ultimate plan to wipe Middling Fair off the map. Guest starring Nathan Alvord, Bonnie Kenderdine, and Gary J. Chambers as the Narrat…
 
Evil plans, with a side of donuts. Garfield “Lucky” DuBois, Jr., the Mayor of Grassssssside Greene, has had it with Agent Briggs. He is giving the hired (but as-yet paid) operative one more chance to fulfill the Mayor’s request — wipe Middling Fair off the map! Guest starring Gary J. Chambers as the Narrator. >> Become a comedy4cast patron with Pat…
 
Grassssssside Greene strikes back! Middling Fair is about to become the target of another evil plan by its half-sister town next door, Grassssssside Greene. It’s a high-flying scheme that is sure to get a response. Guest starring Gary J. Chambers as the Narrator. >> Become a comedy4cast patron with Patreon and get episodes before everyone else! >> …
 
Time to begin the 2020 April Podcast-a-Day Spectacular! While kicking off this year’s event, Clinton has to break some bad news to Danny Hillcrest. Maybe you can help Danny out? Listen to the episode then get your thinking cap on. But hurry, he needs your input by April 5th, 2020! >> Become a comedy4cast patron with Patreon and get episodes before …
 
1) John Ahlberg introduces the social landscape of Sweden and gives us a brief into the public understanding and acceptance of nuclear energy. 2) How the idea for Kärnfull Energi, Sweden's first 100% nuclear electricity provider, came to John and his co-founder Christian, and how they set up the company and have been making positive waves since. 3)…
 
In episode 46 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Priya Prakash, founder of HealthSetGo on her mission bring health education to millions of citizens in India. Growing up in India, Priya Prakash’s family showed their love through food. Nightly dinners, family gatherings, and celebrations were filled with joy and of course food. Unfortu…
 
1) Katie Tubb discusses her journey into the nuclear energy sector, from an intern who admitted to know nothing about where energy comes from to to an advocate for innovative energy and environment policy. 2) Katie Tubb shares her passion for nuclear technology, the issues with the nuclear industry assuaging people’s fears without educating them, a…
 
In episode 45 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Martin Johnston, Co-founder of Crafted Society on raising over $1 million to disrupt the luxury goods market with transparency and social responsibility. Martin spent the last 20+ years running global operations for companies like Nautica, Tommy Hilfiger, Adidas, and Toms. After taking …
 
1) Clinton Carter discusses how he was involved in modernizing Comanche Peak, building the largest industrial wireless network, and expanding the idea to other locations over the course of his 35 year career there. 2) Clinton and Bret discuss how antiquated regulations slow innovation in the nuclear sector and what can be done to change the outlook…
 
Falling into the trap of show content. Mayor Garfield “Lucky” DuBois attempts to start a podcast about Grassssssside Greene. But is he going about it in the right way? Very special guests include Scott and Tracey from the “Disney, Indiana” podcast; John Bell from the “Bell’s in the Batfry” podcast, Grant Baciocco from the Saturday Morning Media fam…
 
1) Scott Hsu reflects on his early interest in energy and how it led him to study plasma physics and magnetic reconnection 2) How the fusion program at ARPA-E was formed and how it has impacted the development of fusion technology 3) A review of some past and present fusion experiments and how they are being used in costing studies 4) How the marri…
 
1) Incorporating sociology into the nuclear sector 2) The Argentinian nuclear sector’s structure and reinvigorating the industry 3) The CAREM SMRs and the plan to commercialize and export these power reactors 4) Working towards a new nuclear by creating the need for nuclear power and supporting young nuclear professionals…
 
In episode 44 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Chami Akmeemana, CEO of Blockchain Learning Group and Convergence on how blockchain is impacting lives around the world. Chami Akmeemana is the CEO of Blockchain Learning Group and Convergence. He is a Blockchain and AI Specialist. He pursued a Ph.D. in Bioceramic Engineering at Queen M…
 
If you're in the "mode" for transportation, we have you covered.Clinton is trying to get to the train station. Come along as he maneuvers the highways and byways of Middling Fair -- the town built on a cul de sac. Can he make it to the station on time to get to that bustling metropolis known as New East Worcestershire North? >> Become a comedy4cast…
 
In episode 43 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Treana Peake, founder of Obakki on her journey impacting over three million lives around the world. Treana's philanthropic journey started when she was only 8 years old, when an envelope of money was anonymously slipped under her family’s front door. For Treana and her mother, that enve…
 
In episode 42 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Marc Angelo Coppola, founder of Valhalla Farms on buying 60 acres of farmland to turn into a modern oasis of sustainable education and community. Marc dedicated to having an impact. Defining success in unconventional measures he has earned a living by applying the skills of entrepreneur…
 
In episode 41 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Laura Alexander and Liza Moiseeva, co-founders of Brightly on their mission to build a billion dollar conscious consumer platform. The Brightly platform focuses on brand + product recommendations, actionable + research content, and authentic community connections to empower people to ma…
 
In episode 40 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Jen Lewis, founder and executive director of Purse & Clutch about ending the cycle of poverty through slow fashion. Jen believes good fashion is as much about the maker as it is about the finished product. It’s about art, about connection & about sustainability. By working directly with…
 
In episode 39 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Katy Sherratt, CEO of Back on My Feet, on using the love of walking and running to combat chronic homelessness in America. Katy Sherratt leads Back on My Feet as Chief Executive Officer. An award-winning social innovation leader, Katy has taken Back on My Feet from early stage startup t…
 
In episode 38 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Roberto Milk, the Co-founder and CEO of NOVICA, on creating the world's largest impact marketplace. To date, NOVICA customers have helped send nearly $100 million to artisans around the world, and counting! NOVICA started with a dream to create a better world for artisans. Along the way…
 
In episode 37 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Ian Rosenberger, Founder of WORK, First Mile, and Day Owl on using plastic waste and bottles to create sustainable jobs and sustainable products. WORK places the poor into jobs in landfill communities. First Mile has redirected over 96 Million plastic bottles from landfills and the ocea…
 
Guessing the future is kinda hard to do.Clinton and the rest of the Middling Fair gang break open the predictions they made 10 years ago. How close did they come to predicting the what would happen by 2020? Did any of them see the rise of bitcoin coming? The Keto diet? Hoverboards? One Direction? Or even "Baby Shark"? Let's find out.>> Become a com…
 
In episode 36 of the Disruptors for Good podcast, I speak with Chad Dime, Co-founder of Diff Charitable Eyewear on building a brand that has impacted a million around the world. Chad got his start in the eyewear industry by working with his father, where he developed a passion for bringing something new to the current eyewear market. Chad co-founde…
 
In episode 35 of the Disruptors for Good podcast, I speak with Noora Sharrab, the Co-founder and CEO of Sitti on creating a social impact brand inside of a Palestinian Refugee Camp. In 2014, Noora Sharrab and Jacqueline Sofia began working with a motivated group of women in Jordan’s Jerash “Gaza” Refugee Camp to build the foundation for a social en…
 
1) Andrew Sherry and Bret Kugelmass discuss nuclear history in the UK starting with magnox power stations and advanced gas-cooled reactors through the “dash for gas” in the 1980s and today's Nuclear Innovation Program. 2) The UK is the first country to agree to net zero carbon emissions by 2050. How nuclear could be an affordable solution by using …
 
1) Adrienne’s uncommon route to the nuclear sector via the Lottery Fund 2) How the Office of Nuclear Regulation (ONR) is modernizing to engage in Advanced Nuclear Technologies (ANT) and increase accessibility 3) Changing the UK nuclear regulation process to decrease cost and foster innovation 4) Securing the future of the ONR by diversifying employ…
 
In episode 34 of the Disruptors for Good podcast, I speak with Austin Whitman, the CEO of Climate Neutral about combating climate change by putting a price on carbon emissions. Austin has spent the past 20 years of his career working on early stage environmental markets and technologies, with a dose of policy work along the way. His first venture i…
 
1) How Tristano Sainati transitioned from engineering to nuclear licensing regulation and what nuclear licensing frameworks are. 2) The prescriptive-based approach and performance-based approach to nuclear regulatory frameworks and how they may discourage innovation and nuclear competitiveness against other energy sources 3) The history of how inte…
 
1) Giorgio Locatelli recounts his journey from Italy to the United States to learn about nuclear energy and how it became his career focus 2) How economic climate and project funding choices affect the global development of nuclear reactors 3) A look at the feasibility of nuclear reactor design and construction, both small and large 4) Giorgio prov…
 
1) Restarting the UK’s nuclear industry with Sizewell C 2) Copying the Hinkley design to save time and money and strengthen the UK’s supply chain 3) Turning to private capital and the regulated asset based model to finance Sizewell C 4) Incorporating “no regret” changes for Sizewell C to become a potential energy center…
 
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