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Forward with NACCE

National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship

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Tune into Forward with NACCE: Inspiring Entrepreneurial Action with host Dr. Rebecca Corbin, NACCE President & CEO. Sharing the stories and lessons of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial leaders who uplift their communities, we deliver episodes designed to inspire, empower action, and heal vulnerable communities through community colleges. This podcast invites you into our world, where we view challenges and failures as opportunities. Join us as we work toward a more equitable and prosperous f ...
 
The Holistic Housing Podcast Connecting community. Sharing ideas. Finding solutions. The Holistic Housing Podcast brings together thought leaders, policy makers and program implementers across the affordable housing, community development and economic development field. Guests discuss their experiences and solutions on topics like gentrification, workforce development, homelessness, urban revitalization, sustainability, placemaking, the American Dream and so much more. Through these conversa ...
 
Podcast sponsored by Constant Contact Welcome to the NACCE Podcast! Each month we’ll share compelling stories and interviews about entrepreneurship. We will also have unique content pointed to funding opportunities and advice for entrepreneurship educators, current business owners and future entrepreneurs. The NACCE podcast will also update you with all the latest and greatest offerings from the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship. WWW.NACCE.COM
 
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Building and shaping policies that foster prosperity, equality, opportunity, and well-being for all is the focus of today's conversation with Raffaele Trapasso, Head of Entrepreneurship Education and Skills at The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and host Dr. Rebecca Corbin. NACCE and OECD share a common goal in findin…
 
Repvblik co-founder and principal Richard Rubin joins the show to discuss how his company reimagines and transforms existing infrastructure to become workforce housing. We discuss the future of office space, how adaptive reuse helps address the labor shortage, and how to reckon with pandemic-induced questions about quality of life, as we inch our w…
 
Known for innovative entrepreneurship, making, and workforce development, Dr. Amy Schulz, Dean of Career, Continuing, and Technical Education at Sierra College joins today’s episode. Together with our host Dr. Rebecca Corbin, we explore what having an entrepreneurial mindset truly means and discuss the power of global social entrepreneurship initia…
 
Let's face it — 2021 was a challenging year, but we made it to the other side. Last year, we welcomed new members, expanded partnerships, and launched five new programs. We congratulated another cohort of Pitch for the Trades and EEVF funding recipients, and even published our third book, "The NACCE Playbook: Volume One!” Kick-off 2022 with #Forwar…
 
Tune in for our final episode of 2021 with host Dr. Rebecca Corbin and guest Dr. Mary Churchill as they talk about higher education, public engagement, writing, curiosity, and New Year's resolutions. In her thirty years of experience, Dr. Churchill has tirelessly advocated for a new paradigm of leadership informed by diversity, collaboration, and e…
 
You never know who you'll meet or the potential impact unless you open the door to opportunity. Today, host Dr. Rebecca Corbin is joined by experiential educator and entrepreneur Dan Jackson who uses entrepreneurship to help high school students solve for the world's enduring problems, creating value for others. Also joining the conversation is NAC…
 
In the last episode of 2021, Clay Grubb, CEO of Grubb Properties based in Charlotte, NC joins Cameron and Laura to discuss Clay’s career growing up in the family business (including his time as a 12-year-old mortgage collector), why cars are the enemy of affordable housing, the need for more essential housing, and how solutions truly do come from a…
 
What if you had a miraculous superpower? What would it be? We have quite an unusual guest this week as Dr. Rebecca Corbin interviews Frank C. Laney, a Circuit Mediator for the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit for over 25 years, who has mediated more than 4,000 cases. They talk about mediation, conflict resolution, entrepreneurial thinking…
 
In this episode with Keith Artin, TROSA (Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers), and host Dr. Rebecca Corbin, we learn about how recovery programs can provide skills and opportunities for residents, providing the pathway for them to become healthy and productive members of their families and communities. The TROSA system empowers heali…
 
Join Vance-Granville Community College Vice President of Workforce & Community Engagement Dr. Jerry E. Edmonds, III, VP of Workforce & Community Engagement and student member of the Vanguard Entrepreneurship Club Serena Aycock as they speak with Dr. Rebecca Corbin about the importance of social entrepreneurship, mental health, and how entrepreneuri…
 
Join our host Dr. Rebecca Corbin and transformational business and life coach Michelle Boulé for a warm and inviting conversation about the purpose, the meaning, and the art of entrepreneurship. As we enter into this wonderful season of gratitude and giving and grow nearer to the end of another year, we invite you to reflect on how your vision and …
 
Join our host Dr. Rebecca Corbin as she interviews Dave Zasada, Intuit, to explore how adding an entrepreneurial mindset to financial literacy skills can create great success. Learn more about the portfolio of solutions offered by Intuit, NACCE's partner in financial management for entrepreneurs, and about our new Intuit & NACCE Ambassadors Program…
 
In his book, Sunbelt Blues: The Failure of American Housing, Andrew Ross examines the state of housing in Osceola County, FL. Once the main approach to Disney World, where vacationers found lodging on their way to the Magic Kingdom, the fifteen-mile Route 192 corridor in Osceola has become a site of shocking contrasts. At one end, global investors …
 
Celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week with NACCE and Ellen Erickson, Director for U.S. Ecosystems at the Global Entrepreneurship Network as we discuss the many different ways that you can get involved in Global Entrepreneurship Week this year. Join the #GEW2021 celebration, discover fun facts, and hear best practices in global entrepreneurship. Le…
 
Join us as we celebrate National Veterans Small Business Week, exploring the uniqueness, strength, and resilience of veteran-owned businesses with podcast host Dr. Rebecca Corbin and Misty Fox, Director of the Entrepreneurship and Small Business portfolio at Syracuse University’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF). NACCE has partne…
 
Podcast pro and small business champion Terrell Turner is known for turning dreams into successful realities. Recently featured in The New York Times as one of "100 Black-Owned Businesses You'll Love," the TLTurner Group, which launched in spring of 2020, has already made a significant impact in the business community. Join host Dr. Rebecca Corbin …
 
It’s time to meet your new co-host! In this episode, Laura interviews NACCED’s new Membership & Operations Associate, Cameron Wheeler, on his work and interests. Topics include: storytelling, federalism, fruit, livin’ simple, and just why NACCED’s local government members are so special. Plus, how DO you pronounce Wawa? And, Cameron answers just ab…
 
Join us as we hear from Darrell Tennie, CEO of the Tennie Group, LLC, who started his own company as a way to "pay back and pay forward" after a successful 20+ years in corporate America. Tennie equips youth with knowledge and skills through real-life experience by hiring students straight out of Wake Tech Community College. He teaches them account…
 
Meet Executive Director of the George Floyd Global Memorial Jeanelle Austin as she talks with our host Dr. Rebecca Corbin about conserving "stories of resistance to racial injustice and curating spaces for all people to grieve, pay respect, and become a voice for justice. " This episode is released following NACCE 2021 Annual Conference in Minneapo…
 
Meet philanthropic steward and Burton D. Morgan Foundation leader Deborah Hoover as she talks with our host Dr. Rebecca Corbin about ecosystem building, leveraging existing assets, inclusivity, and how to amplify impact through entrepreneurship. Today, NACCE hosts our Future Building Summit hosted live and streamed virtually from Minneapolis. Join …
 
Arroyo Village is an award-winning, first-of-its-kind community in Colorado to encompass a continuum of care for people experiencing housing instability that includes a homeless shelter, permanent supportive housing and affordable housing under one roof. In this conversation, we’re joined by two of Arroyo Village’s leaders, Laura Rossbert of Shopwo…
 
Meet Katie Gailes, who is always thinking about entrepreneurship and how she can help other people to realize the American dream. Learn about her journey from corporate America to Wake Tech Community College, and how her work continues to change lives and grow communities for the better. Don't forget to register for your in-person or virtual ticket…
 
We invite you to explore the global state of entrepreneurship with host Dr. Rebecca Corbin and UK studio guests Winifred Soribe and National Association of College and University Entrepreneurs (NACUE) Chairman Timothy Barnes. Learn how both organizations promote entrepreneurship education and foster entrepreneurial thinking and action in their resp…
 
Anyone who dares to abandon the status quo, follow the road not taken, and discover the person they are truly meant to become will enjoy this episode. Award-Winning Author, Business Strategist, and Serial Entrepreneur Craig M. Chavis Jr. and host Jeff Smith explore how to overcome the fear of failure with tips for everyone to apply to further their…
 
Join a Paralympian and a Professor at North Carolina Central University Dr. Andrea Woodson-Smith and host Dr. Rebecca Corbin as they discuss the 2020 Paralympic Games kicking off this week in Tokyo as well as Andrea's personal story of perseverance as she makes her way forward as both an athlete and an educator. As you watch the Paralympics compete…
 
How do we bring agencies and governments together to achieve a comprehensive national housing strategy for the US? Atlanta Housing Authority CEO Eugene Jones, Jr. joins the show to discuss this question, bringing the perspective of a career in housing that has taken him from San Francisco to Atlanta and many places in between. We also discuss Eugen…
 
Join Charles Knippen and host Dr. Rebecca Corbin to learn how to be a positive force for good in this world. Charles talks about his path and mentors along the way, his role as CEO of the nation's largest leadership honor society empowering the next generation of leaders, and how his team pivoted in the face of the pandemic. Hear creating a sense o…
 
Welcome back to Tennessee! Listen to a powerful new episode with our host, Dr. Rebecca Corbin, Pierpont Community & Technical College Interim President Dr. Anthony Hancock, and Executive Director for the Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education Dr. Gene Coulson recorded live in Chattanooga at NACCE’s recent Leadership Summit. Tune in to explore in…
 
Welcome to Chattanooga, Tennessee! Join Dr. Rebecca Corbin and Tennessee college presidents Dr. Rebecca Ashford and Dr. L. Anthony Wise Jr in a discussion where they share a bit about their leadership styles, how entrepreneurship and innovation impact their leading, and how they navigate during times of transition. Tune in again soon for another ep…
 
Cache County Director of Economic Development Shawn Milne joins the show to share his perspective on what it’s like to work in in the nation’s fastest growing state, Utah. We talk the importance of housing workers near jobs, why housing should be a nonpartisan issue, and how serving in elected office taught Shawn the benefit of political moderation…
 
Join Kate Hoffman and host Dr. Rebecca Corbin to hear a story of the economic empowerment of college students by developing the habit of saving through a matched savings account. Founded in 2008 by finance professional, Kate Hoffman whose dream was to empower individuals to become financially competent and build lifelong assets such as education an…
 
Hear the story of NC Secretary of State Elaine F. Marshall – the first woman elected to an executive branch office serving the state of North Carolina – in this special 4th of July episode of #MakingOurWayForward. Not many know that prior to her service to the state, Secretary Marshall taught Home Economics, co-owned a book and gift store, built an…
 
Join lifetime learner and achiever Lea Strickland, MBA MA CMA CFM CBM GMC, and host Jeff Smith as they celebrate the potential of entrepreneurs with physical and other challenges. Focused on developing and supporting the underserved, underestimated, and under-represented, our guest believes that “just because you have that challenge, doesn’t mean y…
 
Join Alex and Laura Arrieta– North Carolina entrepreneurs and founders of Juicehaus – as they share nutrient-rich secrets to leading happy and healthy lives with podcast co-host Jeff Smith. Hear their story of resilience, growth, and entrepreneurial leadership fueled by community college support, and how they plan to give back to the system that br…
 
Join President Stephen Spinelli Jr. and host Dr. Rebecca Corbin in a special 25th edition anniversary of #MakingOurWayForward as we near Micro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Day (June 27) and discuss entrepreneurial leadership and mindset in times of change. Learn how growing up in an Italian-American neighborhood in Massachusetts has shaped …
 
Why do street addresses matter? Author Deirdre Mask joins us to talk about her book, The Address Book: What Street Addresses Reveal About Identity, Race, Wealth, and Power. In this fascinating look at the history and impact of addresses from West Virginia to Kolkata and everywhere in between, we ask: why are some people resistant to having an addre…
 
Hear from the author of Learning from Tomorrow, ‘Big Trends Guy’ Bart W. Édes, as he joins Dr. Rebecca Corbin in our studio. Formerly with the Asian Development Bank, our studio guest - the son of a Hungarian refugee - shares his story, from his upbringing in the American Southwest, university studies in the United States, and a long career focused…
 
In honor of National Best Friends Day (June 8 in the US), podcast hosts Dr. Rebecca Corbin and Jeff Smith invite a long-time colleague and friend Toi Elizabeth Hershman to talk about America's Entrepreneurial Schools. Hear how Toi transitioned from mechanical engineering into K-12 education, how she overcame her fear of teaching little kids, and ho…
 
Meet our special guest Carlene Cassidy, CEO of Ratcliffe Foundation, interviewed by NACCE's Dr. Rebecca Corbin and Jeff Smith about the humble journey and legacy of Philip E. and Carole R. Ratcliffe to support entrepreneurship in the skilled trades, as well as Carlene’s story of life that once set her up on a mission to support and mentor aspiring …
 
Join Dr. Andrew M. Gold and Dr. Rebecca Corbin in a special edition of our podcast honoring our nation's heroes on Memorial Day. Learn about the three-step entrepreneurship education model successfully implemented at the InLab@HCC, and how a pen pal program for deployed service members sparked the launch of an entrepreneurship program that provides…
 
Join former North Carolina business owners turned small business growth professionals Zach Barricklow and Laurie Brintle-Jarvis as they share how their work sustains small towns with host Dr. Rebecca Corbin. Each day they address the diverse needs of entrepreneurs, answering questions key to their mission: “How do you meet them where they are at? H…
 
Maggie Jones, Assistant Director for Community Development at Tarrant County, TX, joins the show to talk all things change-making. Hear what’s it been like to adapt as a local government professional providing community services during COVID, why change does not have to equal loss, and how working at a Greek restaurant was the perfect customer serv…
 
Join our host, Dr. Rebecca Corbin, and long-time NACCE supporter and friend Clint Day on the eve of National Be A Millionaire Day (May 20) to learn how you can use entrepreneurship to gain personal and financial freedom. Clint is a veteran and veteran mentor, adjunct professor of entrepreneurship, and a contributing author to Ignite the Entrepreneu…
 
Certain happenings can provoke a reaction and require response… conversations are no longer intellectual dithering but become calls to action. Join hosts, Jeff Smith and Dr. Rebecca Corbin, as we welcome Kristen Golden of VentureWell and Jacen Greene of Portland State University to the studio to honor George Floyd’s life and explore how this cataly…
 
We are excited to release this episode on the eve of NACCE’s make/SHIFT 2.0 Virtual conference. Join host Dr. Rebecca Corbin and our guest Charles (Chuck) Eason to learn about the role of community colleges, makerspaces & entrepreneurs. Hear how Chuck pivoted from rocket science into entrepreneurship, and later into the role of Small Business Secto…
 
In this episode, we’re joined by Ken White, Director of Resident Services at Operation Pathways, which provides services for residents of multifamily housing. But they’re not just services – they’re resident-led programs that empower individuals and families to set goals, learn new skills, lead healthier lives, and achieve greater independence and …
 
Join Renée Johnson and Dr. Rebecca Corbin in an inspirational conversation about innovative public-private strategies to support small business needs. They also discuss empowering women with personal, professional, and political advancement opportunities, as well as leading the way to build a more inclusive society. Renee has been a recipient of mu…
 
Celebrate Earth Day every day. Join Zero Waste founder Stephanie J. Miller and Dr. Rebecca Corbin in an inspirational conversation about Stephanie’s new book, Zero Waste Living, the 80/20 Way: The Busy Person’s Guide to a Lighter Footprint. Together, they explore how to live a zero-waste life and sustain social entrepreneurship initiatives. Learn a…
 
NACCE continues our conversation on creating a culture of CARE as Jeff Smith interviews Dr. Calandra Stringer, Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs at Tallahassee Community College. They explore how to truly close the equity gap by helping students achieve excellence. In this episode, Dr. Stringer talks about her journey from math teacher…
 
Tune in to listen to an episode with NACCE’s friend Betsey Suchanic, Program Manager with Urban Libraries Council. Dr. Rebecca Corbin interviews her about the role that libraries play in our communities and together they explore how libraries address equity and access challenges across the country. Serving as community anchors, libraries have varie…
 
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