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Ep. 24: Liz Wolfson – Founder of Girls Athletic Leadership Schools

Liz Wolfson is the founder of the Girls Athletic Leadership Schools (GALS). She built this school based on the brain science of movement, and how it boosts cognitive achievement. One of Liz’s abiding philosophies is that if you have a body, you’re an athlete. So how do we empower the next generation of female leaders…

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Ep. 23: Kristin Nolan – Denver Producer, 48 Hour Film Project

Kristin Nolan is the Denver Producer for the 48 Hour Film Project. What is the 48 Hour Film Project? Teams compete to write, shoot, edit, and score an entire film in 48 hours. The twist? Each team randomly draws a genre out of a hat, and each team has to use three common elements in…

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Ep. 22: Marc Leverette – Auteur

Marc Leverette is an auteur. He is someone who does not do well with downtime, and he is someone dedicated to thinking about art and putting it into the world. He is this week’s guest on the podcast. In a way, I find Marc to be a kindred spirit because he finds the beauty, the…

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Ep. 21: William Nee – U.S. Ex-Pat and China Researcher for Amnesty International

William Nee is China Researcher at Amnesty International and also someone who had a tremendous influence on me as a high schooler. When I was a freshman, Bill (as I know him) was kind enough to drive me home from swim practice during his senior year. I got a lot out of our conversations and…

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Ep. 20: Thea Domber – Fashion Blogger, Founder of Effortless Anthropologie

Thea Domber, or “Roxy,” is the creator and shopping blogger behind Effortless Anthropologie, a blog dedicated to, but not officially affiliated with, Anthropologie. In this week’s stylish episode, Roxy talks about the origins of her blog, how she’s turned it into a revenue generator, and some of the potential pitfalls of being a professional blogger…

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Ep. 19: Mike St. Hilaire – Freelance Audio Engineer and Reality TV Veteran

Mike St. Hilaire, or “Ponch,” has worked for nearly 20 years as a sound engineer on many of your favorite reality shows. What shows? Oh, only Survivor, The Amazing Race, The Real World, Bug Juice, and even prison reality show Lockup. Ponch has visited more than 80 countries during his career, and he sat down…

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Ep. 18: Simon Lomax – Australian Ex-Pat, Recovering Journalist, United States Citizen

It’s 4th of July week! And what could be more American than sharing an immigrant’s journey to the United States? Simon Lomax is an Australian ex-pat, a recovering journalist, and, most importantly, a U.S. Citizen. In this week’s episode, we talk about his career as a journalist in Brisbane, Australia, what brought him to the…

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Ep. 17: Kate Schulz – Registered Dietitian and Health Professional

Kate Schulz is a registered dietitian who has worked in health care, for a multitude of individual patients and in the public sector. She brings a wealth of knowledge to the podcast as we talk extensively about how a dietitian works with dialysis patients, as a professional who enhances overall wellness, and as an advocate…

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Ep. 16: Jason Heller – Professional Freelance Journalist

This week’s guest is Jason Heller, who is a professional freelance journalist. Jason is a Senior Writer at the AV Club, a contributor to Pitchfork, a Hugo Award winner for his editing at Clarkesworld, book reviewer for NPR.org, and Denver punk. He joins Jon on this week’s episode, and the two proceed to have the…

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Ep. 15: Brett Zahrte – Assistant Brewer at Renegade Brewing

Finally, a beer episode! It only took 15 to get there, but we’re finally here! This week our chat is with Brett Zahrte, assistant brewer at Renegade Brewing, who also happens to be one of my longest friends. In addition to having the honor of providing the venue for Jon’s first beer ever, Brett also…

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