Government And Organizations Podcasts
A podcast for those in and around the Social Security Disabilty industry. In The Grids is hosted by Nick Feden, Co-Chair of the Administrative and Federal Appeals Department for Disability Justice, a leader in SSD and SSI claimant representation. The show features news, interviews and analysis of notable cases from the Federal Courts.
By Nick Feden, Esq.
There are many children in the world growing up in institutions, who are available for adoption and need to be adopted. We aim to give those children a voice. Our podcast will cover individual orphans around the world, as well as other issues related to the world of adoption.
By The Shepherd's Crook Orphan Ministry
Leaders and Legends features some of Indiana’s most fascinating men and women whose impact has shaped our state, our communities, and us. Join us as we discuss their imprint on our history. The program is hosted by Robert Vane, principal of Veteran Strategies. Leaders and Legends is brought to you by Veteran Strategies, Inc. your local veteran business enterprise specializing in public relations, media relations, public outreach, crisis communications, and digital photography. Learn more at www.veteranstrategies.com
By Robert Vane and Veteran Strategies, Inc.
Transitioning to clean energy within the next several decades is increasingly important for our way of life. But this transition has to take place in complex, real-world environments with agreements between many people with competing interests. This podcast features interviews with energy thought leaders in Colorado to discover how to navigate a transition to clean energy in a state where fossil fuels contribute heavily to the state's economy.
By Jordan Cox
The CHAMPS are a group of young men involved in the Make It Happen program at Neighbors in Action. Make It Happen is a program that offers therapeutic services, advocacy, and mentorship to young men of color who have been impacted by violence. The CHAMPS (Community Healers And Mentors for Personal Success) are a group of peer mentors who are leaders within their communities. These are their stories. Neighbors in Action (formerly known as the Crown Heights Community Mediation Center) is a project of the Center for Court Innovation. Make It Happen is funded by the Office of Victims of Crime.
By Make It Happen