‘How Real Innovators Use Virtual Reality for Social Good’ w/ Gary Radburn (Ep. 220)
Gary Radburn (@VRGaryatDell) is the Director of VR/AR solutions at Dell.
‘5G is Here: What Does that Mean for You?’ with John Godfrey
5G is Here—but what does that mean for you? Samsung Electronics America’s Senior Vice President for Public Policy John Godfrey joined Joe Miller to discuss his company’s take.
‘How Data Mapping Can Save Moms’ Lives’ with Licy Do Canto (Ep. 218)
Licy Do Canto is Managing Director of BCW Healthcare in the firm’s Public Affairs and Crisis practice, where he leads policy and public affairs strategy for the firm’s healthcare clients in North America. He also oversees the BCW Healthcare Team in Washington, D.C.
How Media Policies Have Helped the Far Right with Anne Nelson (Ep. 217)
The author of ‘Shadow Network: Media, Money, and the Secret Hub of the Radical Right’ and Joe Miller discuss how media public policy has helped the far right.
How Politics Infect Media Ownership Diversity in the U.S. with Yosef Getachew (Ep. 216)
Yosef Getachew is Program Director of the Media and Democracy Program at Common Cause.
“The Human Factor of Cybersecurity” w/ Sherrod DeGrippo (Ep. 215)
Sherrod DeGrippo (@sherrod_im) is the Sr. Director of Threat Research and Detection for Proofpoint, Inc.
‘The Termination Right — Here’s what creators need to know’ with Dylan Gilbert (EP. 214)
‘How to Connect Underrepresented Students with International Opportunities’ with Mohamed Abdel-Kader
Mohamed Abdel-Kader (@MAKtweeter) is Executive Director of the Stevens Initiative at the Aspen Institute.
Facebook and Civil Rights: What are the Options? with Ebonie Riley
Ebonie Riley currently serves as DC Bureau Chief of National Action Network’s Washington, DC Bureau.
‘What if There’s Too Much Privacy?’ with Michele Gilman (Ep. 211)
Michele Gilman (@profmgilman) is the Venable Professor of Law; Director, Saul Ewing Civil Advocacy Clinic; and Co-Director, Center on Applied Feminism at the University of Baltimore School of Law.