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Best Catherine Alonzo podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Catherine Alonzo podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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When we think of change, we tend to think of the end result - the big, visible thing that is really different from how it started. But in reality, change is the culmination of thousands of moments over time. The seeds of the next decade’s huge changes in our world are being sown today. How to Change the World features interviews with the people that are sowing those seeds. Through conversations with all kinds of people in a wide range of jobs and industries we take a microscopic look at what ...
 
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Jenny Poon is a serial entrepreneur and the founder of CO+HOOTS, a purpose-driven coworking space in Arizona. Jenny is committed to building vibrant and equitable cities by bringing visibility to coworking as an economic development tool. She talks to Catherine about the childhood moment that changed everything for her, and has led her to a career …
 
This month, Catherine is joined by Blake Hardison, founding member of Keyser, an innovative commercial real estate firm that exclusively represents tenants and owner occupants in real estate transactions. Blake has completed over a quarter billion dollars’ worth of commercial real estate transactions and has helped grow the firm from 5 to 50 people…
 
For our first episode of the decade, Catherine is joined by her husband Ruben to roll out their four biggest predictions for changes we'll see in 2020. From non-alcoholic craft beer to Harvey Weinstein's criminal trial, they dig into the things they'll be on the lookout for this year - and the wider implications they have for creating community cha…
 
For our very special 100th podcast episode, members of the Javelina team get together and look back at 2019. What went well? What changed? What mistakes did we make? From expanding to Colorado to launching strategic digital services, the team dig in to the highs and lows of the year that's about to end - every step of the way asking: what did we le…
 
Kathy Hoffman was teaching in a public school when she was inspired and driven to run for public office. While many told her to start small, she had her heart set on the place that touches teachers and students statewide: the office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction. Kathy talks with Catherine about everything she's learned about creating…
 
Tania Katan is a speaker, performer, coach and consultant, and the author of Creative Trespassing, a field guide for injecting creativity into your work and life to break old barriers and create new outcomes. Tania is also the genius behind the #ItWasNeverDress movement and online phenomenon. No stranger to doing things differently and bringing her…
 
This month, Catherine and David are joined by business leader and coach Eileen Rogers, who is certified in Brenè Brown's transformational Dare to Lead training program, to discuss the famed author's latest book: Dare to Lead. Five-time #1 New York Times bestselling author Brenè Brown has spent the past two decades studying the emotions and experien…
 
On a very normal day eleven years ago, Jodi read a text message that irreversibly changed the course of her life forever. Today, she leads U and Improved, an award-winning leadership development and training company that offers hands-on experiential training for Fortune 500 companies, small and medium-sized businesses, and individuals who want to l…
 
Karine Jean-Pierre is an accidental political organizer. Growing up wanting to be a doctor, she fell into political advocacy unexpectedly and unintentionally. She worked on Barack Obama's 2008 campaign, served in his White House and today serves as the Chief Public Affairs Officer for MoveOn.org, as a political commentator with CNN and MSNBC, and t…
 
Catherine is joined by Javelina team members David Waid and Marisa Hoskins and Senior Advisor to the Arizona Department of Economic Security Maureen Casey to discuss this month's book: The Creative Curve by Allen Gannett. They uncover what it takes to create commercially successful products and ideas, and why they're not sure this is the same as ac…
 
With a background in entrepreneurialism and technology, an unexpected moment on a beach changed Lisa's life forever and now she runs Police2Peace. Through a series of programs, including the simple act of adding the words PEACE OFFICER to public safety vehicles, Police2Peace develops community engagement and lowers the barriers between police and t…
 
Kevin Patterson is a true warrior for change - and his story is remarkable. A five-time cancer survivor, adoptive father to two girls, plaintiff in the lawsuit that toppled Arizona's gay marriage ban in 2013, and a former candidate for elected office, Kevin has faced more change in the past decade than many people do in a life time. He shares his f…
 
Christy McClendon is the President and CEO of New Pathways for Youth, a transformational organization that empowers youth to fulfill their potential. They serve young people, ages 12-21, experiencing poverty and adversity. Christy gets vulnerable and shares that when she was 18, her mother passed, starting a series of realizations and lessons that …
 
Claudia Alvarado is a social media influencer on a mission. As a survivor of sexual abuse, she wants to help women trapped in a cycle of self-destructive behaviors break free from the shame that confines them, and help them realize that they, in fact, are enough. Claudia shares her own story of an ultimate breakdown that led her to seek treatment, …
 
Co-Founder and Co-Owner of the epic Tucson brewery Borderlands Brewing Co. Mike Mallozzi joins Catherine to talk about the groundbreaking book Crucial Conversations by Kerry Patterson. The book teaches essential skills for how to have important conversations with the people you care about without them disintegrating into screaming voices or stony s…
 
Sara Mayer is a philanthropist and community change agent, the Operations Director for one of the most well known nonprofits in the nation, and a foster mom. When Catherine first read her bio, she thought: "How does she do it all?" The answer, it turns out, is what Sara calls Self Management. Hear Sara's remarkable story about how personal loss gav…
 
Local First is the largest business membership group in the United States, with over 3,600 members, and a powerful advocate for shopping local and having pride in the place you call home. Thomas, who has been with Local First for 6 years and served as ED for 18 months, shares powerful insights about the power and importance of local businesses in m…
 
Catherine Scrivano is a dynamic Financial Planner who knows how to help her clients pursue financial dreams. She is regularly published both locally and nationally, and provides educational seminars for a variety of government, professional and community organizations. Her twenty-plus years in the industry have provided her with the valuable knowle…
 
Josh is a brand new member of the Javelina team, having just joined our ranks as the Vice President for Digital Strategy. Under his leadership, Javelina will be expanding our paid digital services for our political, nonprofit and business clients. Josh talks to Catherine about the pivotal moment that forever changed his career trajectory, and set i…
 
Catherine and David are joined by Sara Mayer, Director of Operations for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society for five chapters in the Southwest region and master philanthropist, to discuss the three-book missive of Ray Dalio known by the simple name: Principles. They dig into his numbered lists of principles for life and work, and unearth a fountain of…
 
This episode is a must-listen for anyone who has ever felt less. If you've ever struggled with setting your own boundaries, have worried you're not good enough, or been plagued by imposter syndrome, then take the time to listen to Murphy's story. Murphy shares her own personal experiences of how she has come to recognize her own agency, and develop…
 
When Drex Davis started working part time at Scrapbook.com in his late twenties to pay the bills while he pursued his dream of getting into the music management business, he could never have imagined it would become the vocation it is for him today. Started as a hobby at his mother's kitchen table, Scrapbook.com has become a business with 100 emplo…
 
Pita Juarez is many things. A communications professional; a queer immigrant woman from Guatemala; an award winning filmmaker, and more. She shares her own story with Catherine, explaining how a racist law in Arizona changed her path forever, and what she is doing today to impact communities through storytelling. We dig into her experience making t…
 
Everything you thought you knew about how incredible things like international air travel and Toy Story occur will change when you read Loonshots by physicist and entrepreneur Safi Bahcall. Mind Your Business regulars Catherine Alonzo and David Waid are joined by nonprofit consultant and dedicated community advocate Barbara Lewkowitz, and they dive…
 
Andrès Cano was elected to the Arizona House of Representatives in 2018; one of the new wave of non-traditional elected officials who represent a new way of approaching elected government. Andrès talks to Catherine about how family tragedy has shaped his drive to make change in the world, and what he has learned from his first legislative session a…
 
Have you ever wished a friend or family member would change their actions or make different choices? Have you ever withheld the truth from a friend because you are scared of rocking the boat? This week, Catherine talks to Forest Melton about the emotional intelligence it takes to create change - and how to develop it. Forest is a cancer researcher,…
 
Representative Jennifer Longdon is a freshman member of the Democratic Caucus in the House of Representatives, the latest chapter in her loooong track record of advocacy. When a gun crime left her paralyzed from the collar bones down, Jennifer's entire life changed. Whether it's against gun violence, for equal rights for people with disabilities, o…
 
Sentari Minor and George Grombacher fight all the time. The hosts of podcast Figure it Out, they come together to battle it out over important issues as friends and co-hosts. They talk to Catherine about the importance of talking to people who disagree with you, how your personal values should shape your career path, and how childhood events can sh…
 
Ever wondered why some teams flounder while others change the world? Legal mastermind and political changemaker Bob Lord joins Javelina partners Catherine Alonzo and David Waid on this week's episode of How to Change the World to discuss Simon Sinek's Leaders Eat Last, which lays out a 21st-century approach to transformational leadership in action.…
 
Interim Dean of Arizona State University's Law School and author of the recently published Outsiders, Professor Zachary Kramer, thinks we should understand human rights violations differently. He talks to Catherine about the power of recognizing rights and identity on an individual basis rather than in groups, as well as a whole lot of other things…
 
What is the biggest predictor of achievement? If you're thinking it's talent, think again. Javelina Founding Partners sit down to discuss this month's book club pick: Grit by Angela Duckworth. Discover how to find your purpose, how to tap into your passion to achieve your wildest dreams, what it means to be a wise parent, and when to give up and wh…
 
The former Director of University of Arizona's Marching Band, Enrique Feldman one day walked out on the job he'd forever set his sights on with no plan. Facing gripping fear and all the reasons in the world to not take the risk, Enrique leapt - and has never looked back. Catherine and Enrique talk about the power of a blank slate and what can be po…
 
Bridie Farrell is a record-breaking American speed skater and sexual abuse survivor, who has been a vocal champion for legislation around the country that protects the victims of child sex abuse. She was a key voice in the passage of Arizona’s against-all-odds HB 2466, which allows survivors of child sex abuse an additional 10 years to sue their ab…
 
This week Catherine sits down with Dimitri Zakharov, CEO and Co-Founder of Impact Enterprises. His company is focused on helping pioneer socially-conscious outsourcing in Africa and was the first company of its kind in Zambia. They talk about his job, how Impact Enterprises is providing quality jobs for Zambians, and they get a bit philosophical ab…
 
ICYMI: We're reposting Rob DuRay's interview from March in anticipation of this week's celebration. If you're in the Phoenix area, we hope you can come to celebrate the Colorado expansion and our newest team members at our party this Thursday, May 23rd (bit.ly/javelinaparty2019). You'll have chance to meet Rob himself and learn more about everythin…
 
Daniel Ramos is the Executive Director at One Colorado: the state’s leading advocacy organization dedicated to advancing equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) Coloradans and their families. We talk about how Daniel got into politics and advocacy, and the amazing work One Colorado is doing to create a more equal place f…
 
This week, Catherine reconnects with an old friend – Jayson Sime. He opens up about the powerful difference between surviving and thriving, and the changes he made to get beyond survival. They also discuss Jayson's plunge into politics, the importance of self-care, and when he decided to become a yoga teacher. Jayson has led an incredible path to g…
 
Candi CdeBaca is a fifth generation Denverite running for Denver City Council District 9. We talk about her amazing campaign, her vision for Denver, and why she's running to make a change. She's so inspiring and we hope you can listen in and learn about her experiences, and how we can all show up to make a difference in the world.…
 
Jo Ellen Caldwell has led a trailblazing career and is currently a Captain and Paramedic with the Phoenix Fire Department. You name it and she's done it: martial arts, kickboxing, a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, working every position on a fire truck, and so much more. She's committed to empowering and building up others so they can achieve their …
 
Paula Cullison is the Founder and President of the Arizona Women's Partnership which awards grants to small charities in AZ that assist underserved women and children. Their amazing work has impacted more than 100,000 women. We talk about advocacy, what she has learned from her travels, and moving ideas into action. Paula is our second incredible g…
 
On this month's Mind Your Business Book Club episode, we're covering one of the most highly regarded and recommended business books out there: Good to Great by Jim Collins. We dive into the main concepts covered and what we learned about leadership, the application of new technologies, and the importance of maintaining hope while facing harsh reali…
 
We're excited to feature interviews with the recipients of the YWCA Phoenix Tribute to Leadership Awards for the month of April. Our very first guest is Alejandra Gomez, recipient of the 2019 Racial Justice Award. Alejandra is Co-Director of Living United for Change in Arizona (LUChA) – an amazing community organization of families, working togethe…
 
We're excited to feature one of our first guests from Colorado. This week Catherine sits down with Juston Cooper, the Deputy Director of the Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition (www.ccjrc.org) to talk about being committed to change, the importance of criminal justice reform, and his work with this incredible group. The CCJRC is a client of …
 
This week we're featuring Rob DuRay! In case you haven't heard the big news, we're expanding to Colorado and Rob is our new Vice President of the Colorado Office. On this episode, he'll be sharing a bit about himself and how he came to Javelina. If you're in the Denver area, come join us for our launch event on March 27. Visit: bit.ly/JavelinaDenve…
 
This month’s book is Rebel Talent by Francesca Gino. Catherine Alonzo, Ariel Reyes, and special guest David Waid sit down for a chat about nonconformity in the workplace and life, and how we all can embrace a bit of rebellion.By Catherine Alonzo
 
This week on the podcast we talk with Amy Armstrong, the founder and CEO of Support My Club. Support My Club is a nonprofit organization that gives people opportunities to contribute to their communities by donating to high school clubs and teams. Their mission is to provide a convenient, specific and efficient way for individuals to support out of…
 
We've got so much change we want to share This week on the podcast Catherine, Ariel and Taylor discuss the recent changes at Javelina. In this episode we say some goodbyes, praise our new office, discuss all our new hiring and even tease a little something special that's coming up. You won't want to miss this podcast full of twists and turns.…
 
Saving the world – one business at a time. This week on the podcast we talk with Brian Mohr. Brian is the President of the Arizona Chapter of Conscious Capitalism and Co-Founder of Y Scouts. In April of 2000, he became a founding member of a job board called Jobing.com and over an 11 year period, he helped build the company from 5 employees and a f…
 
Are you thriving? This week on the Mind Your Business Bookclub podcast we discuss Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and Wonder by Arianna Huffington. We'll give you a hint. If you're only getting 5 hours of sleep – you're not thriving. Join us as we talk about what it means to thrive, how to f…
 
This week on the podcast we talk with Patti Russo, a longtime advocate and fighter for women's rights. Patti is currently the Executive Director of the Women’s Campaign School at Yale University, where she trains and prepares women to run for public office. We discuss the barriers to achieving gender parity in politics and her work to bridge the ga…
 
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