Michael Marsicano leads a community foundation. In this episode we explore economic disparities, task forces, the complexity of grant-making, and a career devoted to the arts, philanthropy, education and citizenship.
Sonya Pfeiffer is an art gallery owner and criminal defense attorney. In this episode we explore story-telling, standing up to the power of the state, unconventional paths, the Owl theory, the practice of Ahimsa, and the one chance we have in this life.
Beatriz Friedmann is a school counselor and information technology consultant. In this episode we explore emigrating from Brazil to North America, a corporate career, a summer of loss and pain, finding new purpose, and becoming present one step at a time.
Ken Lambla is founding dean of a college of arts + architecture. In this episode we explore returning from Patagonia, launching a new college, interdisciplinary design, stewardship, and how the arts have informed his life.
Clarence ‘Clay’ Armbrister is president of a historically black university. In this episode we explore strategic goals, the benefits and challenges of HBCUs, a family story of defiance, public service, and the value of relationships.
Liz Clasen-Kelly leads an agency serving men experiencing homelessness. In this episode we explore helping people needing shelter, working to end homelessness, abundant love, and encountering Christ in the in-between.