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Sustainable leaders can pivot quickly with right action, commit people and assets and inspire others. Each week David Radlo, a serial entrepreneur and CEO, with a track record for sustainable explosive growth, interviews leaders who run companies with long-term sustainable development goals and achievement in mind. If you want to adopt a responsible approach to the way you lead, this is the podcast for you, Sustainable Leadership and Disruptive Growth with David Radlo, from Forbes Books.
 
Affordable housing is the backbone of better opportunities for all. ChangeMakers with Katie Goar analyzes the issues and challenges being faced in affordable housing today. In each episode, Katie speaks with finance experts, thought leaders, and change-makers to explore innovative solutions that provide more affordable housing options across the country. Whether you want to learn more about economic development, government funding, why affordable housing makes good economic policy, and why t ...
 
What do investors and entrepreneurs really say when no one is around? Join Gregory Shepard, a Serial Entrepreneur, Author, Speaker and Angel Venture Capital Investor, as he interviews guests who are making their investments work and building their businesses. If you are an investor, entrepreneur or just want to peek into their minds, this podcast is for you. The BOSS Podcast with Gregory Shepard from Forbes Books.
 
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Jeff Dudan is David's guest on the podcast this week. Jeff is the chairman and CEO of Homefront Brands, and former CEO of AdvantaClean. He's also a podcaster and author and has more than three decades of experience in the home improvement franchising industry. In part one, Jeff shares his story of being a bootstrapping entrepreneur, and he discusse…
 
Katie welcomes ChangeMaker Jason Peasley to the pod. Jason is the Executive Director of the Yampa Valley Housing Authority. Jason and his team provide affordable housing services for low- and moderate-income families and employees of employers located in the Steamboat Springs and Yampa Valley, Colorado area.…
 
Katie revisits one of her most popular episodes with ChangeMaker, Manuela Silva, the CEO of the Community Housing Opportunities Corporation. Manuela is a well-known force in the affordable housing industry. Prior to joining CHOC, she was responsible for developing the Fruitvale-BART Transit Village, which transformed the Oakland area into a vibrant…
 
How many serial entrepreneurs have also starred in one of the greatest TV shows of all time? Joe's guest this week is one of them. John O’Hurley is best known for his iconic role of J. Peterman on Seinfeld, but he’s also a serial entrepreneur who's been involved with multiple businesses, including an alternative energy company, Gold Seal Industries…
 
Katie revisits one of her most popular episodes with ChangeMaker, Zack Giffin. Zack is at the forefront of the tiny house movement and host of Tiny House Nation. Zack is also the Vice President of The Tiny Home Industry Association and Board Member and National Spokesperson of Operation Tiny Home, a national non-profit that supports people struggli…
 
Katie wraps up her conversation with ChangeMaker Tony Kimbrough, the CEO of VEO, the Veterans Empowerment Organization, the largest nonprofit in Georgia providing direct services to military veterans in need. Tony is a decorated veteran, having served in the national guard as a military intelligence officer. Following his military career, Tony foun…
 
This year, Newman’s Own celebrates its 40th anniversary by refocusing its mission on supporting organizations that helps kids who face adversity, and this week, David welcomes Dr. Miriam Nelson to the podcast. Miriam is the President and CEO of the Newman’s Own Foundation, an organization that has been credited for pioneering the idea of a philanth…
 
Benjamin Franklin once said, “He that good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else.” That quote is over 200 years old, and we just can't stop making excuses. But now there’s a new book, written by Robert J. Hunt and Salem Thyne, that could help us climb out of the muck of blame and excuses. It’s called Nobody Cares (Until You Do): Livin…
 
Katie welcomes ChangeMaker Tony Kimbrough to the podcast. Tony is the CEO of VEO, the Veterans Empowerment Organization, the largest nonprofit in Georgia providing direct services to military veterans in need. Tony is a decorated veteran, having served in the national guard as a military intelligence officer. Following his military career, Tony fou…
 
We've all heard the stories about founding and building companies, but how do entrepreneurs grow or scale their businesses? This week, Joe is joined by Jan Cavelle, the author of Scale for Success. Jan is a UK-based serial entrepreneur with decades of experience running and scaling companies, and these days she’s on a mission to help the next gener…
 
Katie wraps up her discussion with ChangeMaker, Janet Abrahams, the President & Chief Executive Officer of the Housing Authority of Baltimore City. Over the course of her 20-year career, she has played key roles in developing innovative approaches to improving affordable housing communities and the quality of life for their residents.…
 
Katie welcomes ChangeMaker, Janet Abrahams, the President & Chief Executive Officer of the Housing Authority of Baltimore City. Janet joined Baltimore housing in 2017 after years of serving at three of the largest housing authorities in the country: Chicago, Newark, and New York City. Over the course of her 20-year career, she has played key roles …
 
The sports apparel industry is GIGANTIC and continues to grow year after year. It's expected to be worth $248 billion by 2026. Fanatics raked in over $3 billion in revenue last year, but there are many other players making an impact in the licensed sportswear vertical. Sportiqe has outfitted more than five million people around the globe, partnerin…
 
Erik Anderson is David's guest this week. Erik is the CEO of SIQ Basketball, the creator of the world's first smart basketball approved by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) for gameplay. Erik started his career in venture capital, but now he’s combined his two greatest loves: Basketball and startups. In part one, Erik talks about his e…
 
Greg welcomes Umran Beba and Korhan Beba from the Beba Innovation & Entrepreneurship Foundation to the podcast. Umran is the foundation's founder and is an experienced senior business executive with over 30 years of experience in general management, talent, and diversity. Korhan is the foundation’s Executive Director and has 25 years of experience …
 
Katie welcomes ChangeMaker Kathryn Monet, the CEO of the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans, a nonprofit organization that provides emergency and supportive housing for hundreds of thousands of homeless veterans each year. Kathryn has spent over a decade in the public and nonprofit sector working to address housing instability and homelessnes…
 
This week Joe spends time with investor, former hedge fund manager, and philanthropist, Julie Macklowe. Julie is the founder of The Macklowe, an American single malt whiskey that she describes as “the Ferrari of single malts”. Suggested retail price: $1,500. Julie shares her journey through entrepreneurship and why she was inspired to create an ent…
 
All great leaders are striving to build an inclusive culture and improve team engagement. But you can’t just take a class, read a book, or even listen to a podcast and be able to develop and execute a diversity and inclusion program. You may need to call Arlene Roane. For over 20 years, Arlene has been a trusted advisor to chief diversity officers,…
 
Katie wraps up her talk with ChangeMaker, Elizabeth Rosin, the founder of Rosin Preservation. Since 2006, Elizabeth has helped clients secure federal and state historic tax credits for over $3 billion dollars of building rehabilitation. Sixty of these projects, to date, have invested over $356 million to create or refurbish affordable housing.…
 
Serial entrepreneurs are a fascinating breed. We all know starting and running a successful company is really hard, but to do it over and over again seems almost impossible. And when it comes to scaling, how can you scale all of those businesses for growth? Joe's guest this week has unlocked the key to scalability and is on a mission to show other …
 
This week’s ChangeMaker is Elizabeth Rosin, a nationally recognized expert in historic preservation and the founder of Rosin Preservation. Since 2006, Elizabeth has helped clients secure federal and state historic tax credits for over $3 billion dollars of building rehabilitation. Sixty of these projects, to date, have invested over $356 million to…
 
Branded entrainment has been defined as the insertion of a brand within an entertainment property in such a way that the line between entertainment and advertising becomes blurred. It’s a lot easier said than done, but Joe's guest this week has discovered the secret sauce. His name is Patrick Hughes, the CEO of Foundation Media and his company’s wo…
 
Greg is joined by Alessandro Marianantoni this week. Alessandro is the Executive Director and Founder at M Accelerator in Los Angeles which offers programs to serve southern California and International Startup ecosystems and provides students, early stage, and later stage founders with skills to grow their startups. In part one, Alessandro explain…
 
According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 70 percent of small businesses fail in their first 10 years. But what if it was OK to like failure? Even love it. This week, Joe welcomes Olakunle Soriyan AKA PK, the co-author of the best-selling book, “A Love Affair with Failure” he co-wrote with Akintoye Akindele. On the podcast, PK talks ab…
 
Katie wraps up her conversation with ChangeMaker, Catherine Buell, the Director of Amazon’s Housing Equity Fund. Catherine helped launch and oversees Amazon’s Housing Equity Fund, a more than $2 billion commitment to preserve and create over 20,000 affordable housing units.By Katie Goar
 
David welcomes Harrison Perry. Harrison is a Partner and Co-Founder of FVLCRUM, a private equity fund focused on reducing the wealth gap and investing in underserved communities. In part one, Harrison shares how his time at North Carolina and Northwestern prepared him for his career, what the life of an investment banker looks like, and why he love…
 
Netflix, Redbox, and MoviePass revolutionized the way we watch movies in many ways, but they all have one common denominator: Mitch Lowe. This week on the podcast, Joe talks to Mitch about his career in show business, how he disrupted the entertainment industry, and his new book, Watch and Learn: How I Turned Hollywood Upside Down with Netflix, Red…
 
Joe's guest this week might have trouble renting a car, but he has no issues when it comes to starting a business. Even though he’s only 23, he’s already founded a record label, a digital marketplace, and an online publication. But his latest company aims to disrupt the education industrial complex. His name is Milan Kordestani, and he’s the founde…
 
Katie sits down with ChangeMaker, Catherine Buell, the Director of Amazon’s Housing Equity Fund. Catherine helped launch and oversees Amazon’s Housing Equity Fund, a more than $2 billion commitment to preserve and create over 20,000 affordable housing units. Before joining Amazon, Catherine chaired the D.C. Historic Preservation Review Board and se…
 
Sharon Price John is living the dream of pretty much any child on the planet…she runs a company that makes teddy bears. On the podcast, Sharon talks about what it's like to be the CEO of the Build-A-Bear Workshop, how she steered the company during the pandemic, and how she helped turn Build-A-Bear into an E-Com Giant. Sign up for updates for Sharo…
 
Katie welcomes ChangeMaker, Barbara Fields, the Vice President of Housing and Asset Building at Abt Associates, a global consulting and research firm that combines data and bold thinking to improve the quality of people's lives. Barbara brings 30 years of experience in executive roles in federal and state government and nonprofit organizations.…
 
With the pandemic lockdowns way back in the rearview mirror, people are traveling like never before. One recent study showed that the Adventure Tourism Market Size will be worth $1.009 Trillion by 2030. But we all know, that traveling isn't easy. This week's guests are the founders of Landng, Devon Keakulina DeAngelo and Nacera Belal, and they're o…
 
Katie concludes her conversation with ChangeMaker Peter LiFari, the Executive Director of Maiker Housing Partners, a socially conscious public housing authority based in Adams County, Colorado. Maiker Housing Partners provides individuals and families with access to affordable housing, support programs and by engaging in community development.…
 
Joe welcomes Leanne Meyer to the podcast. Leanne directs the Carnegie Mellon Women’s Executive Leadership Academy and is the former Executive Director of the University’s Accelerate Leadership Center at the Tepper School of Business. She’s also the author of Climbing the Spiral Staircase: How Women Can Navigate Their Careers and Accelerate Success.…
 
In the conclusion of David's conversation with Joe Moglia, the former Chairman & CEO of TD Ameritrade and the former Head Football Coach at Coastal Carolina, Joe shares what he looks for when it comes to his advisors and board members. He also provides his unvarnished opinion on how the NCAA is doing when it comes to allowing college athletes to se…
 
This week’s ChangeMaker is Peter LiFari, the Executive Director of Maiker Housing Partners, a socially conscious public housing authority based in Adams County, Colorado. Peter and his team are committed to ending the cycle of generational poverty by providing individuals and families with access to affordable housing, support programs and by engag…
 
Just in time for football season, David welcomes an extraordinary self-made leader that has served as both a college football head coach and major blue chip financial industry executive. Joe Moglia is the former Chairman & CEO of TD Ameritrade and the former Head Football Coach at Coastal Carolina. He is currently Coastal Carolina’s chair of athlet…
 
This week, Joe welcomes Jarrod Guy Randolph to the podcast, an entrepreneur who has spent 20 years in the world of New York City real estate and is now on a mission to help people build wealth through real estate investment. Jarrod has been described as part strategist, part guru, and 100% committed to sharing the same practices that brought him hi…
 
Greg welcomes Magnus Grimeland to the BOSS Podcast. Magnus is the founder of Antler, a global early-stage VC, investing and enabling thousands of entrepreneurs worldwide to realize their dreams and change the world. In part one, Magnus shares his inspiration for helping leaders build businesses and what he learned from his experiences at Facebook, …
 
This will not be your typical business podcast, on this episode we’re covering the intersection of spirituality and capitalism. Joe spends time with Katie Fink, the Founder of Mind Body Soul Market, an online marketplace that connects folks with a network of expert astrologers, psychics, ascension guides, and more. Katie talks about her own spiritu…
 
The United States is experiencing a shortage of much-needed STEM workers, but fortunately, there are some forward-thinking companies that have been stepping up to tap into the country’s youth to fill the void. This week, Joe welcomes Malcolm Allen to the podcast. Malcolm is a serial entrepreneur and the person behind Stem X, the Leading Stem Engage…
 
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