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Best DAO Alumni podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best DAO Alumni podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Sound Tracks is the fortnightly podcast brought to you by University of Glasgow Careers and Alumni, that’s jam-packed with sound advice from our graduate world-changers to help keep your career on track. Join hosts Kezia and Rosie as they take you on tour with awesome alumni all over the world to share their career journey. From side hustles and social enterprises to surviving freelance, creating social impact and surviving the big city living around the globe. In each episode, you’ll be sur ...
 
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Jordan Daly co-founded the campaign group and charity Time for Inclusive Education (TIE). TIE has one aim: to tackle homophobia, biphobia, and transphobia with LGBT-inclusive education in schools. Jordan’s experience growing of up as a young gay man, and his feeling of isolation at his most desperate helped to shape the work that TIE do in schools.…
 
UofG grad and Human Rights Barrister Isabel must have made one of the most brave post-graduation decisions covered on the Sound Tracks Podcast. At age 23, after graduating from the Law School, Isabel went to work in Pakistan, on death row. In this episode, Isabel discusses the decisions she made along the way to becoming the Barrister she is today …
 
Check our Erin's bio and recommended career resources: www.gla.ac.uk/alumni/welcomehome/soundtracks/erinmacdonald/ In this episode of Sound Tracks you’ll hear from Dr Erin Macdonald the self-confessed ‘tattooed Scottish-American N7 Slytherin Rebel from Starfleet’. Not sure what to make of that? Then take a listen! Dr Erin is the awesome host of You…
 
Check our Neil's bio and recommended career resources: www.gla.ac.uk/alumni/welcomehome/soundtracks/neiloliver ‘That guy from Coast’, Neil Oliver, has one of the most recognisable voices to give you sound advice in this latest episode. Archaeologist-broadcaster-author-journalist... he’s carved out a unique niche for himself in his multi-hyphen care…
 
Get the Inside Track on making meaningful connections, with UofG Grad Paul Kay, who founded his own company Perfect Ink Media after working as the Managing Editor of Hong Kong Tatler! Paul gives three tips – that anyone can use – to break the ice, establish rapport and put your best foot forward with someone new. Resources and references from this …
 
Get the inside track on future skills, with UofG Grad David Timis - EU Civic Outreach Fellow at Google. David suggests tools for your learning, describes what the future looks like in the age of AI, and gives us lots of (let’s face it – much needed) hope for how we can all adapt our skills and mindsets in the world’s most technologically advanced w…
 
Get the inside track on aligning your career with your passion, with UofG Grad Mark Ross – Finance Director EMEA at sports brand Under Armour in Amsterdam. Mark talks you through how to show your passion at interview, suggests ways that he develops passionate members of his team and shares his insight into combining his Accountancy profession with …
 
Get the inside track on managing Impostor Syndrome and building confidence, with UofG Grad Mairi McMartin – Knowledge Lawyer at Linklaters in Brussels. Mairi’s episode will make you laugh out loud and connect with your inner child again as she takes us right back to Primary School to explore some of the ways Imposter Syndrome can take hold. With th…
 
Get the inside track on getting your first job abroad, with European Commission Comms Officer, Rosie Birchard. Rosie talks you through each step of the way, from skype interviews and CVs to what to pack and how to make friends in a new city. Listening to her practical tips and tricks will equip you with everything you need to go abroad – and likely…
 
More info about Shiona and how to connect with her on our webpages at: www.gla.ac.uk/soundtracks In this first episode of Season 3 of Sound Tracks hosts Rosie and Kezia recorded in the BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat studio with Shiona McCallum, reporter and UofG law grad. Shiona’s role as a reporter covering stories across the UK, interviewing and investigat…
 
This special episode of Sound Tracks was recorded live at Drygate Distillery, in front of an audience of 100 students and alumni. UofG Arts Grad Helen studied English Literature and Language in Glasgow, all the while brewing ideas for diversifying her family farm back home in Pitlochry. Today, she is both forager and founder at Badvo Distillery - s…
 
Check out Anita's bio and recommended careers resources: www.gla.ac.uk/alumni/welcomehome/soundtracks/anitachaudhuri Anita Chaudhuri is a UofG Drama grad who’s now Associate Editor of Psychologies Magazine and a long-standing journalist in the arts and current affairs. In this episode Anita talks openly about what she’s learnt from writing for some…
 
John Tiffany is one of UofG’s most prestigious alumni working in the creative arts. He’s worked on internationally acclaimed productions, winning numerous accolades including two Tony Awards and two Olivier Awards! In this very special episode of Sound Tracks we hear about John’s journey from a UofG Biology student, to becoming Associate Director a…
 
Check out Ben's bio and recommended careers resources: www.gla.ac.uk/alumni/welcomehome/soundtracks/benmervis/ Food historian, researcher and editor Ben Mervis, came to Glasgow studying on a year abroad - and stayed! In this episode you'll hear how Ben used the skills from his history degree to create a multi-hyphen career around one of his passion…
 
Check out Linda's bio and recommended careers resources: www.gla.ac.uk/alumni/welcomehome/soundtracks/lindadecaestecker/ UofG Grad Linda De Caestecker is the Director of Public Health for Greater Glasgow and Clyde, a career which she moved into after working as a Doctor both at home and abroad. Now an Honorary Professor, Charity Trustee and importa…
 
Check out Jude's bio and recommended careers resources: www.gla.ac.uk/alumni/welcomehome/soundtracks/judepullen/ Jude Pullen is an award-winning Product Design Engineer and Technologist with a fascination for solving unconventional problems – both mechanical and human. Jude has worked for brands like Dyson, Speck Design, Sugru and is now currently …
 
Check our Mark's bio and recommended careers resources: www.gla.ac.uk/alumni/welcomehome/soundtracks/markbeaumont/ In this final episode of Sound Tracks season 1, UofG politics and economics graduate Mark Beaumont talks us through what it takes to break the circumnavigation cycling world records not once but twice! We unpick what ‘success’ actually…
 
Bev has over two decades of experience as a writer and broadcaster for web, tabloid, magazine, broadsheet, TV and radio. She founded the daily Razz pages for the Scottish Daily Record newspaper covering entertainment and has written for the Glasgow Evening News. A familiar voice on our radio and television Bev has appeared on BBC Radio Scotland, Ra…
 
Check out Kian's Bio and recommended resources here: https://www.gla.ac.uk/alumni/welcomehome/soundtracks/kiangolzari/ Kian Golzari has personally sourced and manufactured over 2,500 products for brands such as Tesco, Panasonic, United Nations, Google and more! So his insight into business as a product developer and entrepreneur is not to be missed…
 
Check out Amal's Bio and recommended resources here: https://www.gla.ac.uk/alumni/welcomehome/soundtracks/amalazzudin/ Amal Azzudin is a Human Rights campaigner and Social Justice Activist now working for the Mental Health Foundation and as an ambassador for the Scottish Refugee Council. Amal's passion for human rights and social justice began when…
 
Check out Mick's Bio here: https://www.gla.ac.uk/alumni/welcomehome/soundtracks/mickcooke/ In this episode we hear from Mick Cooke, the UofG Pharmacology graduate who found his feet as a musician whilst studying at Glasgow and went on to spend 15 years with iconic indie band Belle and Sebastian. Since leaving the band, Mick has gone on to become a …
 
Check out Corien's Bio and recommended resources at : https://www.gla.ac.uk/alumni/welcomehome/soundtracks/corienstaels/ UofG business grad Corien Staels, Founder of Staels Design ltd. trading as Wheelair - is an impressive source of inspiration. In this episode, hosts Rosie and Kez caught up with her while she was back in the UK on business after …
 
Sound Tracks is the fortnightly podcast brought to you by UofG Careers and Alumni, that’s jam-packed with sound advice from our graduate world-changers to help keep your career on track. Join hosts Kezia and Rosie as they take your on a tour with awesome alumni all over the world to share their career journey. From side hustles and social enterpris…
 
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