Wednesday, January 27, 201601/27/2016

Center for Family Safety and Healing

Karen Days, President of Theat Nationwide Children’s Hospital, talks about how the center treats victims, advocates for change and conducts research into family violence.

Wednesday, January 13, 201601/13/2016

2016 Economic Forecast

Bill LaFayette, founder of Regionomics, shares his 2016 economic forecast for the Columbus area, including areas of growth, strengths and challenges, including his concerns about the rate of small business growth and workforce development.

Monday, January 11, 201601/11/2016

Self-Driving Vehicles

Mike Rankin, consultant to the motor vehicle regulatory community. The former Registrar of Motor Vehicles for the State of Ohio describes the progress being made toward developing self-driving vehicles and discusses the impact on highway safety and the nation’s infrastructure.

Monday, January 11, 201601/11/2016


Kerrick Jackson, Instructor at Homeport on homebuyer education, and Lean Evans, Director of Home Ownership at Homeport, talk about the organization that builds everything from energy-efficient rental communities that are affordable to limited-income seniors and families, to single family homes in historic neighborhoods, to the occasional market-rate property. Homeport helps people gain access to homes that will provide the foundation for a better life.

Monday, January 11, 201601/11/2016

Military Veterans Resource Center,

Abby Reynolds, Communications Officer with Military Veterans Resource Center, discusses how they help veterans obtain training and work-related credentials, preparing resumes, teaching interviewing skills and helping veterans find employment. Abby also talked about their upcoming “New Career Job Fair” taking place on January 14th, 2016

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Wednesday, December 30, 201512/30/2015

Battling Childhood Hunger

Erin Flynn, Sr. Vice President of Development, and Tom Saunders, Vice President of Programs for the Children’s Hunger Alliance, discuss plans for a $1.5 million grant, largest in the organization’s history, and efforts to combat children’s hunger in Ohio.

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Tuesday, December 15, 201512/15/2015

Refugees, Pt. II

Mike Gonidakis, political strategist, makes the case for putting the acceptance of Syrian refugees on hold until safety and security concerns can be addressed.


Friday, December 11, 201512/11/2015

Ohio History Connection

Emmy Beach, Public Relations Manager of the Ohio History Connection, discusses its “Dickens of a Christmas” exhibit as well as the role the organization plays in preserving Ohio’s history by maintaining historical sites, museums and the officials state archives.


Monday, December 7, 201512/07/2015

Refugees in Columbus

Napoleon Bell, Executive Director of the Columbus Community Relations Commission, and Guadalupe Velasquez, Assistant Director and coordinator of the New Americans Initiative, discuss the role refugees and immigrants have played in the central Ohio economy and address security concerns surrounding the potential arrival of Syrian refugees.


Thursday, December 3, 201512/03/2015

Senior Companions

Rachel Lustig, President/CEO of Catholic Social Services, and Paula Wilhoft, a Senior Companion, explain how the program helps keeps low-income elderly central Ohio residents from feeling isolated, which is detrimental to their health and well-being.


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