In episode 4 of our INSIGHT collaboration with Alaska Public Media we we interviewed Robin Dublin, Executive Director of the Alaska Botanical Gardens, and Nina Kemppel, President & CEO of Alaska Community Foundation, both dedicated to serving Alaska’s unique environment and diverse communities. Dublin discusses the garden’s dedication to sustainable projects and shares interesting details on leading a garden to thrive in Alaska’s unique environment; Kemppel shares some of the major forces behind the success of the Alaska Community Foundation.
Paul Solman, Economics correspondent for PBS Newshour, explores the issue of unemployment for persons with disabilities, and discusses ways that companies might begin to reverse that trend by embracing neurodiversity.
Polly Carr, Executive Director of Alaska Center for the Environment and Alaska Conservation Voters, talks about the vision of both organizations of having a clean and community driven Alaska. This interview was produced in collaboration with Alaska Public Media.
In this collaboration with WHUT – Howard University Television, host Mark Oppenheim interviews nonprofit leaders from the Washington D.C. region and discuss the work they do to improve the communities they serve.
It is nearly impossible for low-income individuals to escape the vicious cycle of poverty and debt when they are actively accruing fees for criminal debt that they can’t afford to pay off in the first place.
Parks all across the U.S. have installed sonic devices called Mosquitos, which essentially emit a high-pitched sound that can only be heard by youthful ears – or by those under the age of 25, approximately.