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S2 E6: How to Find Your Place in Big Organizations

Emily Theurer (CAS’14), Research Analyst at State Street Global Advisors, shares her insights on navigating a career in finance and why she’s passionate about promoting financial literacy.

20 MIN2019 DEC 4
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S2 E6: How to Find Your Place in Big Organizations

S2 E5: Using Film to Spark Systemic Change

Rel Dowdell (COM’96) is the screenwriter and filmmaker behind Train Ride and his most recent work, a feature-length documentary exploring the child support system, Where’s Daddy?

28 MIN2019 NOV 20
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S2 E5: Using Film to Spark Systemic Change

S2 E4: Advice from a Physician turned Chocolatier

Elaine Hsieh (CAS’90, MED’90) spent the first chapter of her career in medicine but following a change of heart, she hung up her stethoscope, went back to culinary school, and launched EHChocolatier in Boston.

37 MIN2019 NOV 13
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S2 E4: Advice from a Physician turned Chocolatier

S2 E3: Southwest Airlines Strategist on Solving a Universal Problem

Ajay Mehta (Questrom’11) is a strategist, innovator, and problem solver working at Southwest Airlines as Manager of Technology, Strategy, & Continuous Improvement.

16 MIN2019 OCT 23
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S2 E3: Southwest Airlines Strategist on Solving a Universal Problem

S2 E2: Transforming Banking in Bangkok

Phonpimol Pathomsak (Questrom’96), Senior Vice President of Kasikornbank explores how digital disruption is transforming the banking industry in Bangkok and beyond.

21 MIN2019 OCT 16
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S2 E2: Transforming Banking in Bangkok

S2 E1: Google’s Founder-in-Residence on Challenging the Status Quo

Parag Vaish (Questrom’03) is a leading digital innovator who rose through the ranks at companies like Tesla, Microsoft, Disney, and now works for Google’s Area 120 incubator.

35 MIN2019 OCT 3
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S2 E1: Google’s Founder-in-Residence on Challenging the Status Quo

S1 E25: Thomas W. Jones (Questrom’78), Civil Rights Activist & Global Investment Executive

Self-actualization and a rejection of intimidation: Thomas W. Jones (Questrom’78) reflects on his journey from civil rights activist to pioneering leader in the financial industry.

33 MIN2019 MAY 15
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S1 E25: Thomas W. Jones (Questrom’78), Civil Rights Activist & Global Investment Executive

S1 E24: Jeremy Shure (LAW’03), Silicon Valley Bank Managing Director & Kauffman Fellow

Working at the intersection of startups, venture capital and law, Jeremy Shure (LAW’03), Managing Director at Silicon Valley Bank, explores his role as a strategic partner for founders in the innovation economy.

27 MIN2019 MAY 8
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S1 E24: Jeremy Shure (LAW’03), Silicon Valley Bank Managing Director & Kauffman Fellow

S1 E23: Joanne Steinback (Wheelock’66), Special Education Teacher & Classroom Innovator

Lifelong educator and visionary advocate for transformation in special education, Joanne Steinback (Wheelock’66), explores her impact in the classroom and beyond.

22 MIN2019 APR 24
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S1 E23: Joanne Steinback (Wheelock’66), Special Education Teacher & Classroom Innovator

S1 E22: Somil Trivedi (LAW’09) ACLU Staff Attorney

Pursuing criminal justice reform through litigation, policy, and advocacy with Somil Trivedi (LAW’09), Staff Attorney at the ACLU Trone Center for Justice and Equality.

26 MIN2019 APR 11
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S1 E22: Somil Trivedi (LAW’09) ACLU Staff Attorney

Latest Episodes

S2 E6: How to Find Your Place in Big Organizations

Emily Theurer (CAS’14), Research Analyst at State Street Global Advisors, shares her insights on navigating a career in finance and why she’s passionate about promoting financial literacy.

20 MIN2019 DEC 4
Comments
S2 E6: How to Find Your Place in Big Organizations

S2 E5: Using Film to Spark Systemic Change

Rel Dowdell (COM’96) is the screenwriter and filmmaker behind Train Ride and his most recent work, a feature-length documentary exploring the child support system, Where’s Daddy?

28 MIN2019 NOV 20
Comments
S2 E5: Using Film to Spark Systemic Change

S2 E4: Advice from a Physician turned Chocolatier

Elaine Hsieh (CAS’90, MED’90) spent the first chapter of her career in medicine but following a change of heart, she hung up her stethoscope, went back to culinary school, and launched EHChocolatier in Boston.

37 MIN2019 NOV 13
Comments
S2 E4: Advice from a Physician turned Chocolatier

S2 E3: Southwest Airlines Strategist on Solving a Universal Problem

Ajay Mehta (Questrom’11) is a strategist, innovator, and problem solver working at Southwest Airlines as Manager of Technology, Strategy, & Continuous Improvement.

16 MIN2019 OCT 23
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S2 E3: Southwest Airlines Strategist on Solving a Universal Problem

S2 E2: Transforming Banking in Bangkok

Phonpimol Pathomsak (Questrom’96), Senior Vice President of Kasikornbank explores how digital disruption is transforming the banking industry in Bangkok and beyond.

21 MIN2019 OCT 16
Comments
S2 E2: Transforming Banking in Bangkok

S2 E1: Google’s Founder-in-Residence on Challenging the Status Quo

Parag Vaish (Questrom’03) is a leading digital innovator who rose through the ranks at companies like Tesla, Microsoft, Disney, and now works for Google’s Area 120 incubator.

35 MIN2019 OCT 3
Comments
S2 E1: Google’s Founder-in-Residence on Challenging the Status Quo

S1 E25: Thomas W. Jones (Questrom’78), Civil Rights Activist & Global Investment Executive

Self-actualization and a rejection of intimidation: Thomas W. Jones (Questrom’78) reflects on his journey from civil rights activist to pioneering leader in the financial industry.

33 MIN2019 MAY 15
Comments
S1 E25: Thomas W. Jones (Questrom’78), Civil Rights Activist & Global Investment Executive

S1 E24: Jeremy Shure (LAW’03), Silicon Valley Bank Managing Director & Kauffman Fellow

Working at the intersection of startups, venture capital and law, Jeremy Shure (LAW’03), Managing Director at Silicon Valley Bank, explores his role as a strategic partner for founders in the innovation economy.

27 MIN2019 MAY 8
Comments
S1 E24: Jeremy Shure (LAW’03), Silicon Valley Bank Managing Director & Kauffman Fellow

S1 E23: Joanne Steinback (Wheelock’66), Special Education Teacher & Classroom Innovator

Lifelong educator and visionary advocate for transformation in special education, Joanne Steinback (Wheelock’66), explores her impact in the classroom and beyond.

22 MIN2019 APR 24
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S1 E23: Joanne Steinback (Wheelock’66), Special Education Teacher & Classroom Innovator

S1 E22: Somil Trivedi (LAW’09) ACLU Staff Attorney

Pursuing criminal justice reform through litigation, policy, and advocacy with Somil Trivedi (LAW’09), Staff Attorney at the ACLU Trone Center for Justice and Equality.

26 MIN2019 APR 11
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S1 E22: Somil Trivedi (LAW’09) ACLU Staff Attorney
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