Copertina del podcast

Amplify Voices

  • Conversations from the Heart

    27 MAG 2021 ·  Welcome to Amplify Voices: Conversations from the Heart, a new podcast hosted by Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and Chief Content Officer of Amplify Voices, Audrey Cavenecia. Each episode is a heartfelt conversation between Pete, Audrey and a special guest about leadership, caring, inclusivity and celebrating our shared humanity. There are meaningful, vulnerable exchanges that bring out the raw and real parts of each guest, their struggles as well as their strengths, and the strategies they use to navigate the world.
    3 min. 39 sec.
  • Neil deGrasse Tyson

    9 GIU 2021 · Neil deGrasse Tyson is a celebrated astrophysicist, planetary scientist, author, and science communicator. He’s been the director of the Hayden Planetarium in New York City since 1996. He’s the author of 16 books and dozens of essays about the universe and all it contains -- most recently, “Cosmic Queries: StarTalk’s Guide to Who We Are, How We Got Here, and Where We’re Going.” He’s hosted a number of TV shows over the years about the facts and mysteries of the cosmos. And since 2009, he’s also been the host of the radio show and podcast StarTalk, which brings together science, pop culture, and comedy. His mission is truly to educate people, not just by giving out information, but by empowering them to seek out knowledge for themselves. The sheer joy he gets from this work – that alone is awe-inspiring.
    54 min. 40 sec.
  • Glennon Doyle and Abby Wambach

    16 GIU 2021 · Abby Wambach is a two-time Olympic gold medalist, FIFA World Cup champion, retired soccer player, coach, author, and longtime advocate for equity and inclusion. Glennon Doyle is a best-selling author, activist, speaker, and podcast host. She has written three books, most recently, Untamed, a memoir about falling in love at first sight with soccer legend Abby Wambach and reinventing her life -- by moving out of an unhappy marriage and into into a new, fulfilling blended family, where Abby is a loving co-parent of her three kids. And together they advocate, most of all, for everyone, but particularly women, to shed societal expectations, feel all their feelings, and be exactly who they want to be. We’re so excited for you to hear this conversation with Glennon Doyle and Abby Wambach!
    1 h 7 min. 28 sec.
  • Van Jones

    23 GIU 2021 · Van Jones is a TV host, author, attorney, and change maker known for his bridge-building approach to politics ... and his tireless fight for social justice. He’s the host of The Van Jones Show and The Redemption Project on CNN, as well as a frequent CNN political contributor. He’s been fighting for criminal and environmental justice for more than a quarter century. He’s launched or helped launch a huge number of nonprofits and initiatives, including Color of Change, Green for All, Dream Corps, Rebuild the Dream, REFORM Alliance, and the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights. He’s also the co-founder of Magic Labs Media, the production company behind “The Messy Truth,” a web series about the divides exposed by the 2016 presidential election. And Jones is the author of three bestselling books, including, most recently, Beyond the Messy Truth: How We Came Apart, How We Come Together, a deep dive on how the country can learn and heal from 2016. Over the past year, he has helped put a major spotlight on the need to reform American policing; helped pass legislation to transform probation and parole laws in California, Louisiana, and Michigan; and won an Emmy Award for “The Messy Truth VR Experience.” And the list goes on. We are so excited for you to hear this conversation with Van Jones!
    52 min. 55 sec.
  • Greg Cunningham, U.S. Bank, Chief Diversity Officer

    23 GIU 2021 · Greg Cunningham is Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer at U.S. Bank. He’s the first Black leader to serve on the company’s management committee and a dedicated advocate for equity and inclusion; he envisions a world where diversity officers will no longer be necessary. In the meantime, he brings his whole self to the job, and has helped dramatically increase U.S. Bank’s investments in opportunities for all -- both within the company and in communities of color across the country. In early 2021, the company announced U.S. Bank Access Commitment, a large-scale effort to help shrink the racial wealth gap through targeted investments in, for example, Black entrepreneurs and micro businesses owned by women of color. Greg also serves on the Board of Directors of the United Negro College Fund, a nonprofit organization that provides scholarships to over 10,000 students a year and supports historically Black Colleges and Universities. He is a member of the CNBC Workforce Executive Council and speaks often and eloquently about what inclusion really means, offering his expertise to a wide range of media outlets and organizations. “We win when we all win,” he says. We’re so excited for you to hear this conversation with Greg Cunningham!
    1 h 3 min. 41 sec.
  • Angela Duckworth

    30 GIU 2021 · Angela Duckworth is a scholar, psychologist, and author best known for the groundbreaking book, Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance, which digs into what really helps people succeed. She’s a professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania and faculty co-director of both the Penn-Wharton Behavior Change for Good Initiative and Wharton People Analytics. A former math and science teacher in low-income schools, she’s also the founder and CEO of Characterlab, a nonprofit that advances scientific insights to help kids thrive. She’s the co-host, with Stephen Dubner, of the podcast No Stupid Questions…. and her TED Talk is one of the most popular TED Talks of all time. Also, she’s a friend of Pete’s! We are so excited for you to listen to this conversation with Angela Duckworth!
    1 h 12 min. 25 sec.
  • Rachel Maddow

    7 LUG 2021 · Rachel Maddow is a television news host, author, and political commentator best known for her MSNBC primetime program, “The Rachel Maddow Show.” Within weeks of its debut in 2008, she’d more than doubled MSNBC’s audience for her time slot. After Donald Trump was elected president in 2016, her viewership doubled again, and then tripled. In early 2021, she was the most-watched host in cable news in the United States. A Stanford and Oxford-educated Rhodes scholar, she’s also the author of three bestselling books, most recently “Blowout,” a deep dive on politics, corruption, and the oil and gas industry. She’s the winner of several Emmys, and even a Grammy for the audiobook version of Blowout. She’s a trailblazer, a fearless intellectual, and a dogged journalist -- someone who literally says to her critics, “Bring it.” We are so excited for you to hear this conversation with Rachel Maddow!
    50 min. 9 sec.
  • Jamie Hodari, Industrious, CEO

    8 LUG 2021 · Jamie Hodari is CEO and co-founder of Industrious, a workspace company that reimagines the modern office by meeting people where they are. With over a hundred locations across the country, Industrious strives to create flexible, community-oriented spaces that allow people to focus, collaborate, and be their authentic selves. It has the highest satisfaction score in the co-working space industry and is growing fast -- in fact, in 2020, it made Inc. magazine’s list of 500 fastest-growing companies. Jamie studied at Columbia, Harvard, and Yale, and has worked in a variety of industries; he’s been a journalist at the Times of India, a project finance lawyer, a hedge fund analyst, and an entrepreneur who co-founded Kepler, an organization that brings accessible, internationally-recognized higher education to the neediest parts of the world. His approach to leadership and entrepreneurship is grounded in listening to his clients, employees, and community; he creates an environment that gives others respect and autonomy while encouraging experimentation and creativity. Industrious’ Seattle location is where we do our work here at Amplify Voices, and we love it! We’re so excited for you to hear this conversation with Jamie Hodari!
    1 h 1 sec.
  • Anna Malaika Tubbs

    14 LUG 2021 · Anna Malaika Tubbs is an author, advocate, consultant and educator whose groundbreaking new book, "The Three Mothers: How the Mothers of Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and James Baldwin Shaped a Nation," shows just what intersectionality really means. A longtime activist supporting the rights of women of color, she has a bachelor’s degree in Medical Anthropology from Stanford University and a master’s degree from the University of Cambridge in Multidisciplinary Gender Studies. She’s now a PhD candidate at Cambridge in Sociology. She grew up in half a dozen countries around the world, and brings those diverse perspectives to her writing, her research, and her advocacy, which began in earnest at Stanford, where she was President of the Black Student Union. She’s also spent several years teaching high school students at Aspire Langston Hughes Academy in Stockton, California, and works as a diversity, equity, and inclusion consultant for both individuals and organizations. 
    50 min. 35 sec.
  • Esplicito

    Resmaa Menakem

    21 LUG 2021 · Resmaa Menakem is a healer, author, master coach, and trauma specialist. He helps people, communities, and organizations heal from and build resilience around historical and racialized trauma through body-centered psychology. He is the best-selling author of several books, including “My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies,” a deep exploration of how trauma (and especially the trauma of white supremacy) affects us all. In addition to his work as a writer and therapist, he focuses his expertise on coaching other leaders to learn this embodied approach, including police chiefs, nonprofit executives, CEOs, athletic directors and managers, government leaders and many more. “While we see anger and violence in the streets of our country, the real battlefield is inside our bodies,” he says. “If we are to survive as a country, it is inside our bodies where this conflict needs to be resolved.” 
    58 min. 47 sec.
Amplify Voices: The People Channel is a collection of podcasts by leaders from various industries sharing a common vision for better humanity—equity, leadership performance, productivity, entrepreneurialism, activism, and more.

Sembra che non tu non abbia alcun episodio attivo

Sfoglia il catalogo di Spreaker per scoprire nuovi contenuti


Sembra che non ci sia nessun episodio nella tua coda

Sfoglia il catalogo di Spreaker per scoprire nuovi contenuti


Copertina dell'episodio Copertina dell'episodio

Che silenzio che c’è...

È tempo di scoprire nuovi episodi!

La tua Libreria