Himalaya: Listen. Learn. Grow.

4.8K Ratings
Open In App
title

HPI Interview Series

Human Picture Initiative

0
Followers
0
Plays
HPI Interview Series

HPI Interview Series

Human Picture Initiative

0
Followers
0
Plays
OVERVIEWEPISODESYOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Details

About Us

The HPI Interview Series shares conversations with people who are using their work to make positive and meaningful contributions to our picture of humanity.

Latest Episodes

HPI #10 Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka

We have been interviewing people who work with vulnerable populations during this current Corona Virus crisis. Dr. Gladys works with a population you may not have considered - the Gorillas. In this interview, she shares with us the work she is doing in Uganda with her organization Conservation Through Public Health. BIO: In the legacy of the late Dian Fossey, Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka has become one of the leading conservationists and scientists working to save the critically endangered mountain gorillas of East Africa. She is founder and Chief Executive Officer of Conservation Through Public Health (CTPH), a 16-year old nonprofit organization that promotes conservation by improving the quality of life of people and wildlife to enable them to coexist in and around protected areas in Africa. Dr. Gladys became an Ashoka Fellow in 2007 for merging Uganda’s wildlife management and rural public health programs to create common resources for both people and animals. She trained as a vet...

32 MINMAY 9
Comments
HPI #10 Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka

HPI #8 Guido Masé (Pt 2) Burlington Herb Clinic, Railyard Apothecary, and Home Garden Tour

Guido Masé is a clinical herbalist, herbal educator, and garden steward specializing in holistic Western herbalism, though his approach is eclectic and draws upon many influences. Guido works clinically and teaches at the Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism and is a professional member of the American Herbalists Guild. He is the author of The Wild Medicine Solution: Healing with Aromatic, Bitter and Tonic Plants. In this episode, Part 2, Gudio gives a tour of the Railyard Apothecary and Burlington Herb Clinic, followed by a tour of his home, medicinal herb garden. Books Wild Medicine Solution DIY Bitters Other Links Urban Moonshine Vermont School for Integrative Herbalism Burlington Herb Clinic Railyard Apothecary Photo: Guido Masè, Home Garden

95 MIN2019 OCT 19
Comments
HPI #8 Guido Masé (Pt 2) Burlington Herb Clinic, Railyard Apothecary, and Home Garden Tour

HPI #7 Guido Masé (Pt 1) Plants, Community, and Herbalism

Guido Masé is a clinical herbalist, herbal educator, and garden steward specializing in holistic Western herbalism, though his approach is eclectic and draws upon many influences. Guido works clinically and teaches at the Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism and is a professional member of the American Herbalists Guild. He is the author of The Wild Medicine Solution: Healing with Aromatic, Bitter and Tonic Plants. In this episode, Part 1, Cina sits down with Guido for an interview at his home in Burlington. After the interview, Guido guides a local herb walk in the downtown area where he shares stories and insights about the various wild, edible, and medicinal herbs found all around the city. Books Wild Medicine Solution DIY Bitters Other Links American Herbalist Guild Urban Moonshine Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism Burlington Herb Clinic Railyard Apothecary

92 MIN2019 OCT 19
Comments
HPI #7 Guido Masé (Pt 1) Plants, Community, and Herbalism

HPI #6 Parenting, Building Community and Farming with Curtis Millsap

Curtis Millsap has always enjoyed the outdoors, especially canoeing, rafting, and backpacking. When he met his wife Sarah, he began to dream of raising kids on a farm where they could enjoy the outdoors with their kids daily. Curtis had little farm experience but worked tirelessly to grow in his abilities to farm. He and his farm manager Kimby now grow 2.5 acres of organic veggies and cut flowers year round. They also run a 150 member summer CSA and a 70 member winter CSA, maintain a weekly year-round farmers market stand andon-farm market, provide produce to local restaurants and help Sarah pull off a weekly wood-fired pizza and music night all summer long. Curtis enjoys sharing his passion for organic farming and speaks at conferences, leads tour groups, invests in his internship program, and is generally working to shepherd in the next generation of farmers. He especially enjoys the days when his children are out in the fields helping and experiencing God’s wonderful creation wi...

90 MIN2019 APR 2
Comments
HPI #6 Parenting, Building Community and Farming with Curtis Millsap

HPI #5 Meaningful Work Through Parenting and Creating Community with Sarah Millsap

Sarah Millsap is mother to 10 amazing kids ages 31-6 years old. She and her husband of 19 years, Curtis, also sustain an organic farm that serves the Springfield, MO community. She is thrilled to be alongside her husband to support the farm operations by being in charge of the farm's weekly wood-fired pizza and music feasts. She loves providing the broader 417 community this time and space to meet and enjoy time with family, neighbors, and maybe even new friends. She also helps with the year-round, weekly farmer's market stand. Sarah is intent on shepherding her kids into being engaged, dynamic and conscientious young people. She homeschools her children as well as manages all of their appointments and extracurricular involvements. She has always been passionate for orphans and children being raised in foster care and 5 of her hers and Curtis' kids were adopted through the foster care system, four being from the same sibling group. She loves time in the natural world and is invigora...

87 MIN2019 APR 2
Comments
HPI #5 Meaningful Work Through Parenting and Creating Community with Sarah Millsap

HPI #4 Investing In the Future (Even If We Won't See It) with Richard Herman - Part 1

Richard Herman is the sort of human you want to glean values from. His perspectives on life and care of the earth and people are timely and important. His background is varied, rich and inspiring.Trained from childhood on conventional Ozarks farms, Richard went on to devote his life’s work to sustainable agriculture. That journey has taken him on adventures on three continents working in animal husbandry and medical care, permaculture, the Peace Corp, Heifer International, guiding youth in wilderness and education with Outward Bound, he's worked as a veterinary assistant and physicians assistant, is a certified Master Naturalist and permaculture consultant, and Richard teaches at community colleges and other organizations. Richard has spent many yearsliving completely off the grid on his 30 acre permaculture farm, harvesting water from rooftops, collecting water in ponds and the soil, creating food forests and no-till kitchen gardens, working with intensive grazing systems, creatin...

108 MIN2019 FEB 26
Comments
HPI #4 Investing In the Future (Even If We Won't See It) with Richard Herman - Part 1

HPI #3 Refugee Resettlement and Compassion with Kari Hoggard

Kari Hoggardis a humanitarian development consultant specializing in community development and refugee resettlement program management. She actively works to contribute a broader influence in international development, migration issues and humanitarian intelligence and international policy. She recently left her position as Director of a governmental refugee resettlement agency and is now with Convoy of Hopeas a Migration Specialist.

82 MIN2019 FEB 1
Comments
HPI #3 Refugee Resettlement and Compassion with Kari Hoggard

HPI #2 Finding Purpose in the Journey with Dave McGee

Dave McGee is a husband, father of two, and the Director of Partnership Development and Communications at ENLACE, a thriving community development organization working in El Salvador, Guatemala, Nepal and the United States. Dave is also the Co-Founder of COMO Rocks, the first full service rock climbing gym in Columbia, MO working to elevate the community.

79 MIN2019 JAN 26
Comments
HPI #2 Finding Purpose in the Journey with Dave McGee

HPI #1 The Paradox of Service with Shawn Askinosie Part 1

Shawn Askinosie is a former criminal defense lawyer turned small batch chocolate maker, and the Founder and CEO of Askinosie Chocolate. His commitment to transparency, living purpose and finding and doing meaningful work is a true inspiration. You can also read his personal blog athttps://shawnaskinosie.com.

67 MIN2019 JAN 25
Comments
HPI #1 The Paradox of Service with Shawn Askinosie Part 1
the END

Latest Episodes

HPI #10 Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka

We have been interviewing people who work with vulnerable populations during this current Corona Virus crisis. Dr. Gladys works with a population you may not have considered - the Gorillas. In this interview, she shares with us the work she is doing in Uganda with her organization Conservation Through Public Health. BIO: In the legacy of the late Dian Fossey, Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka has become one of the leading conservationists and scientists working to save the critically endangered mountain gorillas of East Africa. She is founder and Chief Executive Officer of Conservation Through Public Health (CTPH), a 16-year old nonprofit organization that promotes conservation by improving the quality of life of people and wildlife to enable them to coexist in and around protected areas in Africa. Dr. Gladys became an Ashoka Fellow in 2007 for merging Uganda’s wildlife management and rural public health programs to create common resources for both people and animals. She trained as a vet...

32 MINMAY 9
Comments
HPI #10 Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka

HPI #8 Guido Masé (Pt 2) Burlington Herb Clinic, Railyard Apothecary, and Home Garden Tour

Guido Masé is a clinical herbalist, herbal educator, and garden steward specializing in holistic Western herbalism, though his approach is eclectic and draws upon many influences. Guido works clinically and teaches at the Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism and is a professional member of the American Herbalists Guild. He is the author of The Wild Medicine Solution: Healing with Aromatic, Bitter and Tonic Plants. In this episode, Part 2, Gudio gives a tour of the Railyard Apothecary and Burlington Herb Clinic, followed by a tour of his home, medicinal herb garden. Books Wild Medicine Solution DIY Bitters Other Links Urban Moonshine Vermont School for Integrative Herbalism Burlington Herb Clinic Railyard Apothecary Photo: Guido Masè, Home Garden

95 MIN2019 OCT 19
Comments
HPI #8 Guido Masé (Pt 2) Burlington Herb Clinic, Railyard Apothecary, and Home Garden Tour

HPI #7 Guido Masé (Pt 1) Plants, Community, and Herbalism

Guido Masé is a clinical herbalist, herbal educator, and garden steward specializing in holistic Western herbalism, though his approach is eclectic and draws upon many influences. Guido works clinically and teaches at the Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism and is a professional member of the American Herbalists Guild. He is the author of The Wild Medicine Solution: Healing with Aromatic, Bitter and Tonic Plants. In this episode, Part 1, Cina sits down with Guido for an interview at his home in Burlington. After the interview, Guido guides a local herb walk in the downtown area where he shares stories and insights about the various wild, edible, and medicinal herbs found all around the city. Books Wild Medicine Solution DIY Bitters Other Links American Herbalist Guild Urban Moonshine Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism Burlington Herb Clinic Railyard Apothecary

92 MIN2019 OCT 19
Comments
HPI #7 Guido Masé (Pt 1) Plants, Community, and Herbalism

HPI #6 Parenting, Building Community and Farming with Curtis Millsap

Curtis Millsap has always enjoyed the outdoors, especially canoeing, rafting, and backpacking. When he met his wife Sarah, he began to dream of raising kids on a farm where they could enjoy the outdoors with their kids daily. Curtis had little farm experience but worked tirelessly to grow in his abilities to farm. He and his farm manager Kimby now grow 2.5 acres of organic veggies and cut flowers year round. They also run a 150 member summer CSA and a 70 member winter CSA, maintain a weekly year-round farmers market stand andon-farm market, provide produce to local restaurants and help Sarah pull off a weekly wood-fired pizza and music night all summer long. Curtis enjoys sharing his passion for organic farming and speaks at conferences, leads tour groups, invests in his internship program, and is generally working to shepherd in the next generation of farmers. He especially enjoys the days when his children are out in the fields helping and experiencing God’s wonderful creation wi...

90 MIN2019 APR 2
Comments
HPI #6 Parenting, Building Community and Farming with Curtis Millsap

HPI #5 Meaningful Work Through Parenting and Creating Community with Sarah Millsap

Sarah Millsap is mother to 10 amazing kids ages 31-6 years old. She and her husband of 19 years, Curtis, also sustain an organic farm that serves the Springfield, MO community. She is thrilled to be alongside her husband to support the farm operations by being in charge of the farm's weekly wood-fired pizza and music feasts. She loves providing the broader 417 community this time and space to meet and enjoy time with family, neighbors, and maybe even new friends. She also helps with the year-round, weekly farmer's market stand. Sarah is intent on shepherding her kids into being engaged, dynamic and conscientious young people. She homeschools her children as well as manages all of their appointments and extracurricular involvements. She has always been passionate for orphans and children being raised in foster care and 5 of her hers and Curtis' kids were adopted through the foster care system, four being from the same sibling group. She loves time in the natural world and is invigora...

87 MIN2019 APR 2
Comments
HPI #5 Meaningful Work Through Parenting and Creating Community with Sarah Millsap

HPI #4 Investing In the Future (Even If We Won't See It) with Richard Herman - Part 1

Richard Herman is the sort of human you want to glean values from. His perspectives on life and care of the earth and people are timely and important. His background is varied, rich and inspiring.Trained from childhood on conventional Ozarks farms, Richard went on to devote his life’s work to sustainable agriculture. That journey has taken him on adventures on three continents working in animal husbandry and medical care, permaculture, the Peace Corp, Heifer International, guiding youth in wilderness and education with Outward Bound, he's worked as a veterinary assistant and physicians assistant, is a certified Master Naturalist and permaculture consultant, and Richard teaches at community colleges and other organizations. Richard has spent many yearsliving completely off the grid on his 30 acre permaculture farm, harvesting water from rooftops, collecting water in ponds and the soil, creating food forests and no-till kitchen gardens, working with intensive grazing systems, creatin...

108 MIN2019 FEB 26
Comments
HPI #4 Investing In the Future (Even If We Won't See It) with Richard Herman - Part 1

HPI #3 Refugee Resettlement and Compassion with Kari Hoggard

Kari Hoggardis a humanitarian development consultant specializing in community development and refugee resettlement program management. She actively works to contribute a broader influence in international development, migration issues and humanitarian intelligence and international policy. She recently left her position as Director of a governmental refugee resettlement agency and is now with Convoy of Hopeas a Migration Specialist.

82 MIN2019 FEB 1
Comments
HPI #3 Refugee Resettlement and Compassion with Kari Hoggard

HPI #2 Finding Purpose in the Journey with Dave McGee

Dave McGee is a husband, father of two, and the Director of Partnership Development and Communications at ENLACE, a thriving community development organization working in El Salvador, Guatemala, Nepal and the United States. Dave is also the Co-Founder of COMO Rocks, the first full service rock climbing gym in Columbia, MO working to elevate the community.

79 MIN2019 JAN 26
Comments
HPI #2 Finding Purpose in the Journey with Dave McGee

HPI #1 The Paradox of Service with Shawn Askinosie Part 1

Shawn Askinosie is a former criminal defense lawyer turned small batch chocolate maker, and the Founder and CEO of Askinosie Chocolate. His commitment to transparency, living purpose and finding and doing meaningful work is a true inspiration. You can also read his personal blog athttps://shawnaskinosie.com.

67 MIN2019 JAN 25
Comments
HPI #1 The Paradox of Service with Shawn Askinosie Part 1
the END
success toast
Welcome to Himalaya LearningDozens of podcourses featuring over 100 experts are waiting for you.