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Episode #18 Dr. Moriba Jah: Spaceflight, space debris, astrodynamics and space policy

My Guest: Dr. Moriba Jah is an associate professor of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics at The University of Texas at Austin where he is the holder of the Mrs. Pearlie Dashiell Henderson Centennial Fellowship in Engineering. He is the director for Computational Astronautical Sciences and Technologies (CAST), a group within the Oden Institute for […]

Episode #17 Prateeksha Singh: Strategic foresight, systems change, and designing participatory futures

Guest: Prateeksha Singh is a multidisciplinary practitioner whose practice sits at the confluence of systems + foresight + design research. She collaboratively explores how applying a living system lens can provide additional tools and perspectives for working with complex yet adaptive challenges. She is driven to working with diverse voices and harnessing inclusive and plural […]

#16 Seth Godin: How to create the future with what you do and what you got

Guest: Seth Godin is an entrepreneur, best-selling author, and speaker. In addition to launching one of the most popular blogs in the world, he has written 20 best-selling books, including The Dip, Linchpin, Purple Cow, Tribes, and What To Do When It’s Your Turn (And It’s Always Your Turn). His book, This is Marketing, was an […]

Episode #15 Joy Sanchez Taylor: Representation of writers of color and science fiction’s ability to make the impossible possible

Guest: Joy Sanchez-Taylor is an Associate Professor of English at LaGuardia Community College (CUNY) whose research specialty is intersections between science fiction, fantasy, and critical race theory. She is the author of Diverse Futures: Science Fiction and Authors of Color. The book examines the contributions of late-twentieth- and twenty-first-century US and Canadian science fiction authors […]

Episode #11 Dr. Etta D. Jackson: How to live a more fulfilled life in the new age of aquarius and the role of spirituality in shaping the future

Guest: Etta D. Jackson worked in the field of education for twenty-five years as teacher, guidance counselor and district administrator in both New York and Wisconsin. Ms. Jackson holds a B.A. in Biology and two M.S. degrees: one in Psychoanalytic Counseling and Development and the other in Administrative Leadership and Supervision. She recently received her […]

Episode #9 Amy Drewry & Micheal Drewry: The rural decline of america, urbanization and family farming

Guests: Amy Drewry is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, recently completing her 4th PBS affiliate documentary, a historical and agricultural film The Virginia Peanut Story, with support from the Virginia Humanities & other organizations. This documentary has aired on over 100 PBS markets nationwide.  Her previous documentaries include; Wired for Life, Early Childhood Education & Care; […]

Episode #8 Dr. Stevens Bonhommes: Economic growth, innovation, haiti and the future of work

Guest: Dr. Stevens Bonhomme is currently working as a Client Success Manager at Microsoft, helping small and medium businesses reach their digital advertising goals through Microsoft Advertising. Dr. Bonhomme holds a Doctorate of Business Administration, a Masters in Applied Economics and a Bachelors in Business Economics. Dr. Bonhomme is originally from Haiti, in the Caribbean, […]

Episode #7 Najla Mangoush: Restorative justice, trauma healing and how to live more restoratively

Guest: Najla Mangoush is the 1st Female Foreign Minister of Lybia. She is an adjunct professor at George Mason University and Northern Virginia community college. Currently teaching Restorative Justice and Trauma awareness in resilience community. She is a Doctoral candidate at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University.  Master of Arts […]

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