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What happens when you cross the 43rd President, late night sketch comedy, and interesting conversation? The inspiration behind The Strategerist– a podcast series highlighting the American spirit of leadership and compassion.

Latest Episodes

Admiral James Stavridis— The Voyage of Character

What can we learn about ourselves in this era of social media by reading the stories of past admirals and seafarers? We talk leadership with Admiral James Stavridis. He also shares why the U.S. needs to remain a leader on the global stage, and the surprising number of books and fountain pens he has collected over the years.

33 MIN1 days ago
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Admiral James Stavridis— The Voyage of Character

Karen Hughes— Clarity, Conviction, and Compassion

Karen Hughes was a key counselor to President George W. Bush during his campaign and presidency. She was born in France, lived in Panama, grew up in Dallas, and has traveled the world representing the United States. Karen has had an incredible career, but she is most proud of the titles wife, mother, and grandmother. She shares how she balances it all and finds unique ways to put family first.

26 MIN1 weeks ago
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Karen Hughes— Clarity, Conviction, and Compassion

Marne Levine— From D.C. to Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley and Washington, D.C. are two different worlds. Marne Levine, an executive at Facebook, made the transition in 2010 and had to learn to put her love of paper and memos aside. But her D.C. experience has helped her excel in the tech-driven world. She shares details about this transition, how she finds work/life balance, and Facebook and Instagram’s duty to empower women globally.

25 MIN2 weeks ago
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Marne Levine— From D.C. to Silicon Valley

Justice Neil Gorsuch

Justice Neil Gorsuch takes us behind the scenes of the Supreme Court and discusses his New York Times bestselling book, A Republic, If You Can Keep it.

25 MIN3 weeks ago
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Justice Neil Gorsuch

Ambassador Deborah Birx— Creating an AIDS-free World

Deborah Birx is Ambassador-at-large and serves as the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator and U.S. Special Representative for Global Health Diplomacy. She chats about creating a 180 PowerPoint slide to convince the White House the Army needed to be part of the President’s Emergency Plan for Aids Relief. She also shares how U.S. dollars have helped save millions of lives in Africa.

25 MINSEP 17
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Ambassador Deborah Birx— Creating an AIDS-free World

Dana Perino

After spending seven years in the White House and two of those years as Press Secretary, Dana Perino became comfortable speaking on behalf of others – including the 43rd president. But as she transitioned into roles on Fox News after the White House, Dana had to develop her own voice.

40 MINSEP 10
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Dana Perino

After Hours: Technology for Good

Has technology revolutionized our education system and job market for the good? Inspired by season 1 of The Strategerist podcast, The Strategerist After Hours brings together Bush Institute experts to discuss technology’s influential role in our everyday lives. The Fast and Slow Worlds are Colliding- and We Need Leaders Lifelong Learning is the Way to Overcome Disruptive Economic Forces America's Urban Challenge

32 MINAUG 16
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After Hours: Technology for Good

After Hours: Millennials— America’s Bridge Builders

Inspired by dialogues during season one ofThe Strategerist,The Strategerist After Hoursbrings together George W. Bush Institute experts to discuss hot topics and news of the day. In this episode, we talk with millennials about TV’sLost, how this generation wants to be bridge builders during a tumultuous time, and avocado toast. Millennials Reinvent Localism in Their Search for Community Pew Poll: The Partisan Divide on Political Values Grows Even Wides

34 MINAUG 2
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After Hours: Millennials— America’s Bridge Builders

Ed Lazear— America's Economy

We go in-depth on economic policy with Stanford economist Ed Lazear who worked on the 2017 tax reform bill. He explains how changes to the legislation have helped put the country on a faster growth track. Ed also chats about becoming the head of the Council of Economic Advisers in the Bush Administration, and how immigration is still a positive economic factor.

21 MINJUL 5
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Ed Lazear— America's Economy

Byron Sanders— Helping Youth Chart Their Path

The Presidential Leadership Scholar program gives rising leaders the edge they need to make a difference in the world. After participating in the program, Byron Sanders became President and CEO of Big Thought– a Dallas educational nonprofit. Byron is leading an organization that is breaking a tragic cycle seen in too many communities. He tells us about President George W. Bush and President Bill Clinton’s visit to one of Big Thoughts safe spaces and how the Presidential Leadership Scholar program changed his life journey.

29 MINJUN 28
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Byron Sanders— Helping Youth Chart Their Path

Latest Episodes

Admiral James Stavridis— The Voyage of Character

What can we learn about ourselves in this era of social media by reading the stories of past admirals and seafarers? We talk leadership with Admiral James Stavridis. He also shares why the U.S. needs to remain a leader on the global stage, and the surprising number of books and fountain pens he has collected over the years.

33 MIN1 days ago
Comments
Admiral James Stavridis— The Voyage of Character

Karen Hughes— Clarity, Conviction, and Compassion

Karen Hughes was a key counselor to President George W. Bush during his campaign and presidency. She was born in France, lived in Panama, grew up in Dallas, and has traveled the world representing the United States. Karen has had an incredible career, but she is most proud of the titles wife, mother, and grandmother. She shares how she balances it all and finds unique ways to put family first.

26 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Karen Hughes— Clarity, Conviction, and Compassion

Marne Levine— From D.C. to Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley and Washington, D.C. are two different worlds. Marne Levine, an executive at Facebook, made the transition in 2010 and had to learn to put her love of paper and memos aside. But her D.C. experience has helped her excel in the tech-driven world. She shares details about this transition, how she finds work/life balance, and Facebook and Instagram’s duty to empower women globally.

25 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Marne Levine— From D.C. to Silicon Valley

Justice Neil Gorsuch

Justice Neil Gorsuch takes us behind the scenes of the Supreme Court and discusses his New York Times bestselling book, A Republic, If You Can Keep it.

25 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
Justice Neil Gorsuch

Ambassador Deborah Birx— Creating an AIDS-free World

Deborah Birx is Ambassador-at-large and serves as the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator and U.S. Special Representative for Global Health Diplomacy. She chats about creating a 180 PowerPoint slide to convince the White House the Army needed to be part of the President’s Emergency Plan for Aids Relief. She also shares how U.S. dollars have helped save millions of lives in Africa.

25 MINSEP 17
Comments
Ambassador Deborah Birx— Creating an AIDS-free World

Dana Perino

After spending seven years in the White House and two of those years as Press Secretary, Dana Perino became comfortable speaking on behalf of others – including the 43rd president. But as she transitioned into roles on Fox News after the White House, Dana had to develop her own voice.

40 MINSEP 10
Comments
Dana Perino

After Hours: Technology for Good

Has technology revolutionized our education system and job market for the good? Inspired by season 1 of The Strategerist podcast, The Strategerist After Hours brings together Bush Institute experts to discuss technology’s influential role in our everyday lives. The Fast and Slow Worlds are Colliding- and We Need Leaders Lifelong Learning is the Way to Overcome Disruptive Economic Forces America's Urban Challenge

32 MINAUG 16
Comments
After Hours: Technology for Good

After Hours: Millennials— America’s Bridge Builders

Inspired by dialogues during season one ofThe Strategerist,The Strategerist After Hoursbrings together George W. Bush Institute experts to discuss hot topics and news of the day. In this episode, we talk with millennials about TV’sLost, how this generation wants to be bridge builders during a tumultuous time, and avocado toast. Millennials Reinvent Localism in Their Search for Community Pew Poll: The Partisan Divide on Political Values Grows Even Wides

34 MINAUG 2
Comments
After Hours: Millennials— America’s Bridge Builders

Ed Lazear— America's Economy

We go in-depth on economic policy with Stanford economist Ed Lazear who worked on the 2017 tax reform bill. He explains how changes to the legislation have helped put the country on a faster growth track. Ed also chats about becoming the head of the Council of Economic Advisers in the Bush Administration, and how immigration is still a positive economic factor.

21 MINJUL 5
Comments
Ed Lazear— America's Economy

Byron Sanders— Helping Youth Chart Their Path

The Presidential Leadership Scholar program gives rising leaders the edge they need to make a difference in the world. After participating in the program, Byron Sanders became President and CEO of Big Thought– a Dallas educational nonprofit. Byron is leading an organization that is breaking a tragic cycle seen in too many communities. He tells us about President George W. Bush and President Bill Clinton’s visit to one of Big Thoughts safe spaces and how the Presidential Leadership Scholar program changed his life journey.

29 MINJUN 28
Comments
Byron Sanders— Helping Youth Chart Their Path