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Frank Leto, President and CEO of Bryn Mawr Trust: Putting Community First

Arch Street Press Managing Editor and host of the Innovate Podcast, Robert Rimm, talks with Frank Leto, president and CEO of Bryn Mawr Trust. For 130 years, its professionals have focused on being collaborative partners with individuals, families, businesses and organizations. Their culture is based on uncovering clients’ needs, not just for today but tomorrow, and being a responsible supporter of the communities they serve, both within the Philadelphia region and internationally.

25 min4 d ago
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Frank Leto, President and CEO of Bryn Mawr Trust: Putting Community First

Elena Timofeeva of Safe House Foundation: Fighting Worldwide Human Trafficking

Elena Timofeeva is the founder of Safehouse Foundation. Safehouse Foundation seeks a world without violence and exploitation; its specialists provide direct assistance to victims of different types of human trafficking, work with general society, educate specialists with different backgrounds on human trafficking issue and work on referral mechanism to provide victims with comprehensive assistance.

26 minAUG 20
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Elena Timofeeva of Safe House Foundation: Fighting Worldwide Human Trafficking

Timothy Rub and the Philadelphia Museum of Art: Educating and Engaging the Public with the Vital Role of Art

Managing Editor Robert Rimm talks with Timothy Rub, Director and CEO of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and president of the Association of Art Museum Directors. Serving at one of the country’s largest art institutions, he provides an outstanding model for advocating for the power of art to grow communities, to educate and engage the public, and to enhance the vital role of art in our society. (This is a rebroadcast of our interview from last May, in which Timothy Rub discusses his role as the director of a major urban museum.)

39 minAUG 7
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Timothy Rub and the Philadelphia Museum of Art: Educating and Engaging the Public with the Vital Role of Art

Natwar Gandhi: Still the Promised Land

Natwar Gandhi began life in a dusty Indian village that had no paved streets, no electricity, no telephone and no running water. Through countless long days of work, relentless determination and good luck he was able to take a plane to New York at the age of 25, where he landed with $7 in his pocket.Still the Promised Land is the fascinating and deeply personal story of how an impoverished immigrant made his way to the new world, remade his life and ultimately became the chief financial officer of Washington, D.C., playing a key role in transforming the nation’s capital from a near-bankrupt municipality into a financially healthy major American city.

28 minJUL 4
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Natwar Gandhi: Still the Promised Land

Kelly Lee: Increasing Access to Arts Education, Job Opportunities for Artists and Cultural Experiences in Philadelphia

KellyLeeis the chief cultural officer for the City of Philadelphia, appointed by Mayor Jim Kenney. Sheleads Philadelphia’s Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy, which closes the gap in access to quality cultural experiences and creative expression through the support and promotion of arts, culture and the creative industries. The Office connects Philadelphians to enriching arts-infused experiences, links local artists and cultural organizations to resources and opportunities, and preserves Philadelphia's public art assets.

24 minJUN 12
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Kelly Lee: Increasing Access to Arts Education, Job Opportunities for Artists and Cultural Experiences in Philadelphia

Michael Brune of the Sierra Club: Preserving Planet Earth

Michael Brune, the Sierra Club’s executive director since 2010, is one of today’s most inspiring and effective environmental leaders. Prior to joining the Sierra Club, Brune led Rainforest Action Network. Under Brune’s leadership, the Sierra Club has grown to more than 3 million supporters and is at the forefront of the drive to move beyond fossil fuels to 100% clean, renewable energy, while also protecting America’s remaining wild places. A nationally recognized writer, speaker, and commentator on energy and environmental issues, Brune is the author of Coming Clean: Breaking America’s Addiction to Oil and Coal (2010).

29 minMAY 29
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Michael Brune of the Sierra Club: Preserving Planet Earth

Claire Greenwood and The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia: Making Business Work for Good

As the executive director of the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia’s regionalCEO Council for Growth, Claire Greenwood leads the work of nearly 60 business, higher-education and civic leaders who commit their time and efforts to enhancing economicgrowth and prosperity in the tri-state area. Through Claire’s direction these leaders actively work to foster regional cooperation, enhance mobility, advance innovation, and develop and retain talent in the community, with a focus on growing the energy, manufacturing and healthcare innovation sectors.

24 minMAY 14
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Claire Greenwood and The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia: Making Business Work for Good
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Latest Episodes

Frank Leto, President and CEO of Bryn Mawr Trust: Putting Community First

Arch Street Press Managing Editor and host of the Innovate Podcast, Robert Rimm, talks with Frank Leto, president and CEO of Bryn Mawr Trust. For 130 years, its professionals have focused on being collaborative partners with individuals, families, businesses and organizations. Their culture is based on uncovering clients’ needs, not just for today but tomorrow, and being a responsible supporter of the communities they serve, both within the Philadelphia region and internationally.

25 min4 d ago
Comments
Frank Leto, President and CEO of Bryn Mawr Trust: Putting Community First

Elena Timofeeva of Safe House Foundation: Fighting Worldwide Human Trafficking

Elena Timofeeva is the founder of Safehouse Foundation. Safehouse Foundation seeks a world without violence and exploitation; its specialists provide direct assistance to victims of different types of human trafficking, work with general society, educate specialists with different backgrounds on human trafficking issue and work on referral mechanism to provide victims with comprehensive assistance.

26 minAUG 20
Comments
Elena Timofeeva of Safe House Foundation: Fighting Worldwide Human Trafficking

Timothy Rub and the Philadelphia Museum of Art: Educating and Engaging the Public with the Vital Role of Art

Managing Editor Robert Rimm talks with Timothy Rub, Director and CEO of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and president of the Association of Art Museum Directors. Serving at one of the country’s largest art institutions, he provides an outstanding model for advocating for the power of art to grow communities, to educate and engage the public, and to enhance the vital role of art in our society. (This is a rebroadcast of our interview from last May, in which Timothy Rub discusses his role as the director of a major urban museum.)

39 minAUG 7
Comments
Timothy Rub and the Philadelphia Museum of Art: Educating and Engaging the Public with the Vital Role of Art

Natwar Gandhi: Still the Promised Land

Natwar Gandhi began life in a dusty Indian village that had no paved streets, no electricity, no telephone and no running water. Through countless long days of work, relentless determination and good luck he was able to take a plane to New York at the age of 25, where he landed with $7 in his pocket.Still the Promised Land is the fascinating and deeply personal story of how an impoverished immigrant made his way to the new world, remade his life and ultimately became the chief financial officer of Washington, D.C., playing a key role in transforming the nation’s capital from a near-bankrupt municipality into a financially healthy major American city.

28 minJUL 4
Comments
Natwar Gandhi: Still the Promised Land

Kelly Lee: Increasing Access to Arts Education, Job Opportunities for Artists and Cultural Experiences in Philadelphia

KellyLeeis the chief cultural officer for the City of Philadelphia, appointed by Mayor Jim Kenney. Sheleads Philadelphia’s Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy, which closes the gap in access to quality cultural experiences and creative expression through the support and promotion of arts, culture and the creative industries. The Office connects Philadelphians to enriching arts-infused experiences, links local artists and cultural organizations to resources and opportunities, and preserves Philadelphia's public art assets.

24 minJUN 12
Comments
Kelly Lee: Increasing Access to Arts Education, Job Opportunities for Artists and Cultural Experiences in Philadelphia

Michael Brune of the Sierra Club: Preserving Planet Earth

Michael Brune, the Sierra Club’s executive director since 2010, is one of today’s most inspiring and effective environmental leaders. Prior to joining the Sierra Club, Brune led Rainforest Action Network. Under Brune’s leadership, the Sierra Club has grown to more than 3 million supporters and is at the forefront of the drive to move beyond fossil fuels to 100% clean, renewable energy, while also protecting America’s remaining wild places. A nationally recognized writer, speaker, and commentator on energy and environmental issues, Brune is the author of Coming Clean: Breaking America’s Addiction to Oil and Coal (2010).

29 minMAY 29
Comments
Michael Brune of the Sierra Club: Preserving Planet Earth

Claire Greenwood and The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia: Making Business Work for Good

As the executive director of the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia’s regionalCEO Council for Growth, Claire Greenwood leads the work of nearly 60 business, higher-education and civic leaders who commit their time and efforts to enhancing economicgrowth and prosperity in the tri-state area. Through Claire’s direction these leaders actively work to foster regional cooperation, enhance mobility, advance innovation, and develop and retain talent in the community, with a focus on growing the energy, manufacturing and healthcare innovation sectors.

24 minMAY 14
Comments
Claire Greenwood and The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia: Making Business Work for Good
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