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Louisville, Ky., Mayor Greg Fischer and host Graham Shelby discuss the city's challenges and unique potential in each episode.Produced by Louisville Metro.Music by The Pass used with permission of Sonablast Records.
 
NSFG is about applied innovation in state, city, and county government. It focuses on things that may appear to be not safe for government but really only sound dangerous - and can put the good back into public good. Bureaucracies resist the new, different, and disruptive. But the intractable problems and tired old processes of government need them. And citizens expect them. NSFG's origins can be traced back to the GovTech Social podcast, which focused on the community of Govies - that is, s ...
 
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Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer speaks with Catalina Cordova, who is working the Mayor-appointed Louisville Complete Count Committee to raise awareness about the importance of residents completing the U.S. Census in 2020.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
Mayor Greg Fischer speaks with Jody Meiman, director of Louisville Metro Emergency Services, about gun safety and preparedness. The Mayor has spoken out over the last month about the need for common-sense gun safety legislation from Washington, D.C.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer speaks with Christy Rogers, Assistant Superintendent of Transition Readiness for Jefferson County Public Schools, about the Academies of Louisville initiative.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
Mayor Fischer speaks with Bryan Warren, Director of the Office for Globalization, about the important role immigrants play in Louisville's economy and culture.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
Mayor Fischer is joined by Louisville Metro Chief Equity Officer Kellie Watson and Police Chief Steve Conrad to discuss the new Synergy Project, a community engagement initiative aimed at further strengthening police and community relationships grounded in trust and legitimacy.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
In this episode, Mayor Fischer speaks with Rashaad Abdur-Rahman, Director of the Office for Safe & Healthy Neighborhoods, and members of the Youth Implementation Team.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and co-host Graham Shelby are joined by Daniel Frockt, the city's chief financial officer. They discuss details of the budget proposal for Louisville Metro Government's 2019-20 fiscal year, which reflects cuts caused largely by the city’s increased state pension obligation and lack of new revenue.You can learn more ...…
 
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer is joined by Give A Day Week of Service Board member Melissa Swan and Ben Langley of JCPS to discuss the Give A Day Week of Service, April 13-20.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
In this episode, Mayor Fischer answers frequently asked questions about the state pension-driven budget challenge and the need for new revenue.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer speaks with Eric Friedlander, the city's Chief of Resilience & Community Service. Friedlander leads efforts to develop a Resilience Strategy and is the point person for the city's many efforts to address the challenge of homelessness.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, Deputy Director of Economic Development Rebecca Fleischaker, and small business co-owner Nathaniel Gravely discuss Louisville's small business scene.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer speaks with the Rev. Vincent James, the city's Chief of Community Building. Topics include Louisville Metro's efforts violence prevention, health and more.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer sits down with Dr. Marty Pollio, Superintendent of Jefferson County Public Schools. They discuss Dr. Pollio's journey to becoming Superintendent, current and future partnerships between Louisville Metro and the city, and more.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
Mayor Greg Fischer speaks with Joshua Watkins and Linette Huelsman, Real Estate Coordinators for the Louisville Metro Vacant & Public Property Administration. In the 2017-18 fiscal year, VPPA closed on the sale of 125 vacant properties in FY18 — a 330% increase from the previous fiscal year.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
Mayor Greg Fischer speaks with Rider Rodriguez and Tina Maddox about Code Louisville, a partnership that provides free coding training for residents. Rodriquez is Director of Sector Strategies for KentuckianaWorks and a leader of Code Louisville, which was recognized in 2015 with a visit by President Obama. Maddox is a Code Louisville graduate ...…
 
Mayor Greg Fischer is joined by Donald E. Lassere, president and chief executive of the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, to discuss the life and legacy of Louisville's own Muhammad Ali. The Mayor, Lassere and co-host Graham Shelby also discuss the week in early June 2016 leading up to Ali's burial in Louisville, and the on-going I Am Ali Fest ...…
 
This week, Graham Shelby and Mayor Fischer discuss the Mayor's recommended 2018-19 executive budget. Mayor Fischer delivered his budget proposal to the Louisville Metro Council on Thursday, April 26. To learn more, visit https://louisvilleky.govBy The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
In this episode, we hear from Dr. Bruce Katz, who works for the Brookings Institution and is an expert on how cities work. Katz recently visited Louisville and learned more about some of the city's programs. During his visit, he spoke with Mayor Fischer before an audience of city employees and partners.…
 
In this episode, Mayor Fischer discusses the recent opening of the $315-million Omni Hotel in downtown Louisville, and Graham Shelby discusses the city's growing tourism industry with Cleo Battle of the Convention & Visitors Bureau.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer is joined by Raoul Cunningham, who began his Civil Right activism in Louisville as a teenager in 1959 and is currently President of the Louisville Branch of the NAACP.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
Mayor Greg Fischer delivered the 2018 State of the City address on Jan. 4 at the new South Central Regional Library in Okolona. In this episode, we present the Mayor's remarks in full. To find Louisville's 2017 Progress Report and a transcript of the speech, go to http://progressreport.louisvilleky.gov.…
 
In the latest episode, Mayor Greg Fischer discusses the major developments of 2017 and looks ahead to the events that will carry forward Louisville's momentum in the new year.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer discusses the city's many efforts to build a more sustainable city. Also, Maria Koetter, director of the city's Office for Sustainability, discusses the recent Greenhouse Gas Inventory and offers advice for talking about sustainability during the holidays.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
Mayor Greg Fischer interviews Sheldon Shafer, who is retiring from the Courier Journal after 44 years covering many city-changing events. Shafer discusses the big news stories and personalities during his journalism career, the city’s evolution — and shares a bad joke.Released: Nov. 17, 2017By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
Guest: Matt Madlock, Entrepreneur, Activist That genius at the Apple store may be the one to help solve intractable problems in your community. That is the trajectory our next-generation guest is on in Nashville, TN. Matt Madlock started fixing smartphones and other consumer electronics while in high school, a business that he ran and grew thro ...…
 
Guest: Kristen Cox, Executive Director, Governor’s Office of Management and Budget, State of Utah Start-ups learn to let limitations guide them to creative solutions and recognize there is never enough to go around – time, money or talent. Instead of trying to remove them, the good ones embrace constraints and use them to your advantage. When y ...…
 
Guest: Kevyn D. Orr, Partner-in-Charge, Jones Day / Former Emergency Manager, City of Detroit, MI “The ability in this country to have progress is infinite, but we have challenges to get there.” That’s according to Kevyn Orr, who rose to prominence during his tenure as emergency manager for the City of Detroit, MI and advisor to Chrysler throug ...…
 
Guest: The Honorable Greg Fischer, Mayor, City of Louisville, KY Compassion. A decade ago, the word did not appear in cities’ strategic plans. That’s changing. Thanks to the pioneering work of Louisville, KY, compassion is becoming something of a civic, secular religion in a growing number of cities. In Louisville, compassion has become synonym ...…
 
An off year election creates the opportunity to take stock of the state of our civics. Election day coincides with the release of new analysis on voter turnout in local elections. Portland State University's Who Votes For Mayor? project details a disturbing downward trend across the 30 largest cities in the United States. "Democracy is in more ...…
 
In this week's episode, Mayor Greg Fischer speaks in-depth about economic development in west Louisville and the history of its many neighborhoods. We also hear from Director of Redevelopment Strategies Jeana Dunlap, who works closely with west Louisville projects. Learn more here: https://louisvilleky.gov/government/redevelopment-strategies…
 
Mayor Fischer and Graham Shelby discuss the broad impact of Google Fiber's arrival in Newburg, Portland and Strathmoor, and the expansion of super-fast internet in the city. Also, Chief of Civic Innovation Grace Simrall discusses the city's digital inclusion efforts. Posted Oct. 18, 2017.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
In this episode, we hear Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer's recent live on-stage interview with Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings. We also hear ideas for new public art from Idea Festival attendees.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
The ABCs of NASCIO 2017 - analytics, blockchain, and cybersecurity - dominated the conversation against a backdrop of change and speculation. Is there enough momentum for state CIOs to finish strong before the next election cycle and what does it mean that the National Governors Association (NGA) is taking a direct hand in analyzing the future ...…
 
In this week's episode, Mayor Greg Fischer announces plans for an investor-led $200-million development — including a soccer stadium. Host Graham Shelby also discusses plans for the Heritage West site with the Louisville Urban League's Sadiqa Reynolds.Released: September 22, 2017By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
Bourbon combined with local food and hospitality have been an economic boon for Louisville and Kentucky as a whole. In this episode, Mayor Fischer talks about what bourbon means to Louisville today and bourbon historian Michael Veach shares some of the spirit's colorful history.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
Graham, the Mayor and Bryan Warren discuss immigration in Louisville, Kentucky.Published Aug. 31, 2017.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
In the first episode of the Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast, Graham and the Mayor discuss race, equity and the upcoming community conversation on public art that can be interpreted to be honoring bigotry, racism and/or slavery in Louisville, Kentucky.Published Aug. 17, 2017.By The Mayor Greg Fischer Podcast.
 
In a keynote address to Governing’s Government Performance and Innovation Summit, Kevyn Orr - the onetime emergency manager in Detroit, MI - cautioned that the covenant that we have made to provide services is being challenged. Cities must look at the issues coming over the hill. Orr also praised a recent speech by New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landr ...…
 
Odelia Bergh from the Peachtree City Police Department (@PTCfirepolice) says sarcasm is helpful in connecting with an audience (and making a point) on social media. Her team uses it a lot and, perhaps not coincidently, team members have each other’s backs if things go wrong. As for humor, Bergh tells Paul they have a hard and fast rule: “Never ...…
 
In a preview of the next three episodes of NSFG, we learn the bottom line in using humor in social media, get pointers on mutual aid among members within your social media team, an advance look at a special episode about “The Town without Uber,” the microwave as surveillance device, and the triumphant return of Boaty McBoatface.…
 
The Governing crew compares notes on the Mayor's Summit at SXSW one last time as they make its way to the airport. We hear from a couple of mayors en route. And David reminds us that, when emergency hits at home, a mayor is duty bound to leave the fun of SXSW and return home.
 
The rise of Ridealong and becoming your own Mark Cuban. Mayors, with a little help from AOL co-founder Steve Case, played Shark to a group of GovTech Startups during their final official day at SXSW - but remained in the long shadow of Mark Cuban.
 
Our coverage of the Civic I/O Mayors Summit at SXSW continues with a hard day's conversations about how cities are coming terms with race and immigration. Plus the Governing crew have a few thoughts about all that took place around the policy discussion.
 
In this second NSFG Extra from the Civic I/O mayors summit at SXSW, J.B. Wogan speaks with long serving US Conference of Mayors Executive Director Tom Cochran, who sketches out a through line from civic innovation to civil rights and back. The governing crew - J.B., David Kidd, and Dustin Haisler - also take to the patio to compare notes on wha ...…
 
Two early arriving mayors, Louisville's Greg Fischer and Christopher Cabaldon of West Sacramento talk about their expectations of the annual technology, music and policy festival in Austin. Fischer wants to talk with the 23 mayors gathered for the Civic I/O Summit at SXSW about the challenges faced by blue cities in red starts during the Trump ...…
 
Recorded before a live audience at Laserfiche's Empower 2017 in Long Beach, CA, NSFG cohost Dustin Haisler talks with leading innovators from state and local government on how process improvements are leading to new ways to deliver service and help the community. Major themes from this episode: • How to undertake civic innovation with limited r ...…
 
The never before posted piloted episode featuring Opportunity Space, a GovTech startup that sought to become the Zillow of government-owned property. Originally produced in August 2015.
 
The GovTech Social podcast is becoming NSFG - a podcast about applied innovation in state and local government. The name is a play on the warnings you see about content on the Internet being not safe for work - or NSFW. To be clear, NSFG is cubicle-friendly and job critical - there is no sonic nudity to worry about. But the name was deliberate ...…
 
On this episode, completing a swapcast with ELGL founders Kirsten and Kent Wyatt, a check-in with Kristy Dalton on #GSMCON2017 and details on the Atlanta GovTech Social Unconference.
 
Kansas City Communications Manager Chris Hernandez guests, and a discussion of government social media in the age of alternative facts.
 
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