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N2 Communications coronavirus podcast miniseries Episode 19 featuring Annabel Soutar, co-founder and artistic director of Porte Parole theater company. 
N2 Communications coroavirus podcast miniseries Episode 18 featuring Justin Webb, founder and CEO of AgriWebb.
N2 Communications coronavirus podcast miniseries Episode 17 featuring Red Dawn Foster, who is the South Dakota State Senator and co-founder/COO of the Return to the Heart Foundation. Visit return2heart.org for more information.
N2 Communications coronavirus podcast miniseries Episode 16 veaturing Nakina Mills, tribal council representative for the Oglala Sioux Tribe. 
N2 Communications coronavirus podcast miniseries Episode 15 featuring Brett Nowak, founder and CEO of Liquid and Grit. Liquid and Grit is a firm providing reports on product insights in the mobile gaming industry.
N2 Communications coronavirus podcast miniseries Episode 14 featuring Paul Desmarais, chairman and CEO of Sagard Holdings.
Episode 13 of N2 Communications' coronavirus podcast miniseries features Katherine Ryder, founder and CEO of Maven Clinic.
We talked with Hannah Fenlon and Ann Marie Lonsdale, representing the group behind the COVID-19 Freelance Artist Resources List (FAR). We discuss their collective's spontaneous generation, where freelancers should look for assistance now, and how artists in particular have been affected by this pandemic.  
Jacqueline Loeb, CEO and co-founder of Scouted, discusses the future of work and how her company is adapting to the current career climate.
Dr. Peter Henderson of Mt. Sinai hospital in New York City joins on to discuss being on the frontlines of the fight against the coronavirus, what it's like to be "re-purposed" from his usual job as a specialist reconstructive surgeon to being a general ER doctor, and the extraordinary sacrifices everyone from doctors and nurses to hospital janitors are making to help patients.
N2 Communications coronavirus podcast miniseries Episode 9, featuring Anne Meree Craig, co-founder and CEO of the COMMIT Foundation.
N2 Communications coronavirus podcast miniseries Episode 8 featuring Tom Pecoraro, co-founder and managing director of Excelerator Consulting.
N2 Communications coronavirus podcast miniseries Episode 7 featuring Dan Rasmussen, founder of Verdad Capital.
N2 Communications coronavirus podcast miniseries Episode 6 featuring James Lone War and Nick Gibbons from Red Cloud Indian School. 
N2 Communications coronavirus podcast miniseries Episode 5 featuring Rev. Jonathan Page, Senior Minister of First Congregational Church of Houston.
N2 Communications coronavirus podcast miniseries Episode 4, featuring Kip McDaniel, editor-in-chief and chief content officer of Institutional Investor.
N2 Communications podcast's coronavirus miniseries Episode 3, featuring Kate Richard of Warwick Investment Group.
N2 Communications podcast's coronavirus miniseries Episode 2, featuring Maka Black Elk.
N2 Communications podcast's coronavirus miniseries Episode 1, featuring Alex Sherman.
Jim Liew, assistant professor of finance at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School   Summary: Guest host Dan Rasmussen talks to Professor Jim Liew about momentum investing and crowd sentiment on the podcast. Professor Liew discusses this strategy, both the academic side and its relevance for asset management.   
Guest host Lindsay Elliott sits down with Michael Blomquist, COO of Open Energy, a company driving capital to meet the challenges of growing commercial and industrial solar in the United States. Positioned as a expert broker between institutional investors and solar project developers, Blomquist and Open Energy have a unique perspective on the solar industry and trends within the energy industry at large. This wide-ranging conversation explores the investment opportunities in solar today, the role that capital allocation plays in growing the industry, and the role solar has to play in the future of renewable energy, carbon reduction, and the long-term effort to adjust to an uncertain environmental future.
Former producer and friend of the show Quint Gribbin sits down with Jagan Kaja, a traffic engineer at WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, to talk about the complex problems facing our current traffic infrastructure. There's a gap between mathematically optimal traffic patterns and the unpredictable nature of human behavior. What are traffic engineers doing to solve these problems, and what will the future of transportation look like?
The critically acclaimed, Sundance- and Cannes-screened film Songs My Brothers Taught Me just hit Netflix, so we're revisiting our interview with director Chloe Zhao. When she sat down with Joe, they talked about making independent movies, entrepreneurship, and the beauty of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
As CTO of Splunk, Snehal Antani leads the technology vision for the innovative, high-growth company that enables IT operations, cyber analysts, and business analytics professionals to collect, index, sort, and analyze machine data. In this episode, Snehal explains how every time he has made a career move, people have told him he’s crazy. For example, in the middle of the year 2000 tech bubble, he chose to work for IBM in Poughkeepsie over Silicon Valley. Then he jumped from a software development role to product management and business development. Later, he left IBM for GE Capital. Recently, he left GE for the CTO role at Splunk. When he sat down with Renny McPherson, he shared his theory of apprenticeship and how it has allowed him to grow as a leader and keep moving in directions that look impossible to others. 
Joe Flood talks to Bailey Clifford, a budding but stymied entrepreneur on the Pine Ridge reservation.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Numbers & Narrative
Podcast Status
Finished
Started
Mar 9th, 2015
Latest Episode
May 11th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
95
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic

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