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Seton Hall Undergraduate Leaders Podcast

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Seton Hall Undergraduate Leaders Podcast

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The Seton Hall Undergraduate Leaders Podcast is the only podcast dedicated to developing young leaders at the college level as they begin to embark on their professional careers. The podcast features leaders at all levels (CEOs, mid-career, and college-age students) and from a host of industries and disciplines who dish out practical advice on how to lead in their respective fields. At Seton Hall, we make leaders…better.

Latest Episodes

Episode 035 - Robert Ruszkowski

This episode features Robert Ruszkowski. He is currently a Senior at Seton Hall University pursuing a major in Visual and Sound Media. Rob is also the Executive Producer of Pirate Television and the Assistant News Director for WSOU Pirate Radio, as well as the Live Events Co-Chair for Seton Hall's Student Activities Board and an active member of the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS) on campus.

21 MIN2 d ago
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Episode 035 - Robert Ruszkowski

Episode 034 - The Arava Institute

This episode features Sarah Braverman, Shira Fisch, and Mohammed Jarad from the Arava Institute for Environmental studies. The Arava Institute is a leading environmental and academic institution in the Middle East, working to advance cross-border environmental cooperation in the face of political conflict.

25 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 034 - The Arava Institute

Episode 033 - Shannon Moran

This episode features Shannon Moran. She is a member of the diplomacy cohort of the Buccino Leadership Institute as well as a member of the Podcast Initiative, where she serves as Head of Strategy and Lead Interviewer. Shannon also competes with Seton Hall’s Model United Nations team and works with the Julie Foudy Sports Leadership Academy

25 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 033 - Shannon Moran

Episode 032 - Imposter syndrome Panel

This episode features Amy McGlinn and Leemor Ellman discussing Imposter Syndrome. Amy is a ghostwriter for career coaches, leadership coaches, and executive coaches. Leemor designs and facilitates workshops in academic, corporate and non-profit settings that help individuals and teams embrace change that sticks.

31 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 032 - Imposter syndrome Panel

Episode 031 - Nadia Ismail

This episode features Nadia Ismail. She is currently the Senior Manager of People Growth & Inclusion at DoorDash, but she began her career at Ohio State University. She graduated with a degree in Psychology and later received her Master’s from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Nadia works directly with senior leaders to promote Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion.

32 MINJAN 29
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Episode 031 - Nadia Ismail

Episode 030 - Billy Ward

EThis episode features Billy Ward. He is currently a motivational speaker, but began his career as the quarterback for his alma mater, Georgetown University. He later attended Seton Hall University and earned a Master’s degree in Counseling/Ed. S, and now works as a certified life coach with iPEC coaching. In addition, he is a theology teacher, retreat director, and counselor at Seton Hall Prep School.

25 MINJAN 22
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Episode 030 - Billy Ward

Episode 029 - Janice Kovach

This episode features Janice Kovach. She attended Thomas Edison State College where she earned a degree in business administration. From 2004-2006 she was a councilwoman in Clinton, NJ, where she currently serves as mayor. She has held management positions at Prudential, Fleet and NatWest Banks and has also served as the Director of the New Jersey Division on Women, a position appointed by the governor.

31 MIN2019 DEC 4
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Episode 029 - Janice Kovach

Episode 028 - Danielle A. Valenchis

This episode features Danielle A. Valenchis. She is a graduate of the State University of New York College of Oneonta where she earned a degree in Communication Studies. She began her career working for North Point Hospitality Group before accepting the position of Account Executive at VaynerMedia. Currently, she is the Senior Manager of Culture at VaynerMedia and is an expert on organizational culture.

34 MIN2019 NOV 20
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Episode 028 - Danielle A. Valenchis

Episode 027 - Joan Bosisio

This episode features Joan Bosisio. She graduated from Seton Hall in 1997 with a degree in English and Communications and began her career as a PR and Marketing Communications Executive. She serves current Seton Hall students as professional adviser to the University's chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) and is a mentor for the Communications Honors Alumni Mentoring Program (CHAMPS). She has been awarded Seton Hall's PRSSA's 2010 ROPE Mentor Award and the 2013 Many Are One Alumni Impact Award.

28 MIN2019 NOV 14
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Episode 027 - Joan Bosisio

Episode 026 - Nicole Morgan Agard

This episode features Nicole Morgan Agard. She received her BA in Political Science and African American studies from Binghamton University and her Juris Doctor from Northeastern University School of Law. She began her career as a Labor and Employment Associate at a law firm in Newark, and then served as deputy attorney general for the state of New Jersey. Later she went on to work for the associate council of the Elizabeth school board and employee relations coordinator for the New Jersey governor’s office of employee relations. Currently, she serves as the chief equity and diversity officer at Ramapo College and works to promote diversity and inclusion in leadership.

24 MIN2019 NOV 6
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Episode 026 - Nicole Morgan Agard

Latest Episodes

Episode 035 - Robert Ruszkowski

This episode features Robert Ruszkowski. He is currently a Senior at Seton Hall University pursuing a major in Visual and Sound Media. Rob is also the Executive Producer of Pirate Television and the Assistant News Director for WSOU Pirate Radio, as well as the Live Events Co-Chair for Seton Hall's Student Activities Board and an active member of the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS) on campus.

21 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Episode 035 - Robert Ruszkowski

Episode 034 - The Arava Institute

This episode features Sarah Braverman, Shira Fisch, and Mohammed Jarad from the Arava Institute for Environmental studies. The Arava Institute is a leading environmental and academic institution in the Middle East, working to advance cross-border environmental cooperation in the face of political conflict.

25 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode 034 - The Arava Institute

Episode 033 - Shannon Moran

This episode features Shannon Moran. She is a member of the diplomacy cohort of the Buccino Leadership Institute as well as a member of the Podcast Initiative, where she serves as Head of Strategy and Lead Interviewer. Shannon also competes with Seton Hall’s Model United Nations team and works with the Julie Foudy Sports Leadership Academy

25 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 033 - Shannon Moran

Episode 032 - Imposter syndrome Panel

This episode features Amy McGlinn and Leemor Ellman discussing Imposter Syndrome. Amy is a ghostwriter for career coaches, leadership coaches, and executive coaches. Leemor designs and facilitates workshops in academic, corporate and non-profit settings that help individuals and teams embrace change that sticks.

31 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Episode 032 - Imposter syndrome Panel

Episode 031 - Nadia Ismail

This episode features Nadia Ismail. She is currently the Senior Manager of People Growth & Inclusion at DoorDash, but she began her career at Ohio State University. She graduated with a degree in Psychology and later received her Master’s from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Nadia works directly with senior leaders to promote Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion.

32 MINJAN 29
Comments
Episode 031 - Nadia Ismail

Episode 030 - Billy Ward

EThis episode features Billy Ward. He is currently a motivational speaker, but began his career as the quarterback for his alma mater, Georgetown University. He later attended Seton Hall University and earned a Master’s degree in Counseling/Ed. S, and now works as a certified life coach with iPEC coaching. In addition, he is a theology teacher, retreat director, and counselor at Seton Hall Prep School.

25 MINJAN 22
Comments
Episode 030 - Billy Ward

Episode 029 - Janice Kovach

This episode features Janice Kovach. She attended Thomas Edison State College where she earned a degree in business administration. From 2004-2006 she was a councilwoman in Clinton, NJ, where she currently serves as mayor. She has held management positions at Prudential, Fleet and NatWest Banks and has also served as the Director of the New Jersey Division on Women, a position appointed by the governor.

31 MIN2019 DEC 4
Comments
Episode 029 - Janice Kovach

Episode 028 - Danielle A. Valenchis

This episode features Danielle A. Valenchis. She is a graduate of the State University of New York College of Oneonta where she earned a degree in Communication Studies. She began her career working for North Point Hospitality Group before accepting the position of Account Executive at VaynerMedia. Currently, she is the Senior Manager of Culture at VaynerMedia and is an expert on organizational culture.

34 MIN2019 NOV 20
Comments
Episode 028 - Danielle A. Valenchis

Episode 027 - Joan Bosisio

This episode features Joan Bosisio. She graduated from Seton Hall in 1997 with a degree in English and Communications and began her career as a PR and Marketing Communications Executive. She serves current Seton Hall students as professional adviser to the University's chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) and is a mentor for the Communications Honors Alumni Mentoring Program (CHAMPS). She has been awarded Seton Hall's PRSSA's 2010 ROPE Mentor Award and the 2013 Many Are One Alumni Impact Award.

28 MIN2019 NOV 14
Comments
Episode 027 - Joan Bosisio

Episode 026 - Nicole Morgan Agard

This episode features Nicole Morgan Agard. She received her BA in Political Science and African American studies from Binghamton University and her Juris Doctor from Northeastern University School of Law. She began her career as a Labor and Employment Associate at a law firm in Newark, and then served as deputy attorney general for the state of New Jersey. Later she went on to work for the associate council of the Elizabeth school board and employee relations coordinator for the New Jersey governor’s office of employee relations. Currently, she serves as the chief equity and diversity officer at Ramapo College and works to promote diversity and inclusion in leadership.

24 MIN2019 NOV 6
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Episode 026 - Nicole Morgan Agard
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