Equitable Opportunity Radio – weekly conversations with visionary leaders who are building a more inclusive economy
Summary: Equitable Opportunity Radio is a weekly podcast produced by Skeo Alliance and hosted by Mike Hancox and his co-hosts Vernice Miller-Travis of Skeo Solutions and Carl Schneebeck of the Presidio Graduate School. Each week they interview visionary leaders, savvy businesses (from international brands like Starbucks to small local businesses like Bar Marco), and forward thinking individuals who are working to build a more just, sustainable, and prosperous future by building a more inclusive economy that values work and seeks meaningful employment for everyone. You will discover new leading edge strategies for lifting up workers and building great 21st century businesses, along with cutting edge strategies for revitalizing under resourced communities and empowering excluded populations. Prosperity and sustainability are not possible without an inclusive economy. An inclusive economy is not possible without innovation, economic growth, socially responsible business people, and engaged citizens. And you, as a consumer, play a pivotal role in creating an inclusive economy.
027: To Infinity and Beyond
026: What Would it Look Like if We Started Over?
025: Groceries as if People Mattered
024: Thinking Outside the Food Pantry
023: The People Behind the Food
022: Valuing Food Artisans
021: Is This Working for You?
020: Portland is a Movable Side Yard Feast
019: Making Healthy Food Available to All with The Food Trust
018: Changing Lives One Clairesquare at a Time with La Cocina
017: Extreme Makeover: Ugly Produce Edition with Raley’s Family of Fine Stores
016: Sustainable Food (and Management Education) with Presidio Graduate School
015: Broadening Women’s Roles in Hollywood, a Camp Reel Stories participant’s pursuit of diversity in the film industry
014: Training young women for employment in film careers—how Esther Pearl and Camp Reel Stories are creating a more inclusive media landscape
013: From Unemployed Berkeley Dropout to Climate Change Warrior the Tyi Johnson and Rising Sun Energy Center Story