Welcome to Beyond the Crises where through a series of interviews we explore what the future holds when we return to quote/unquote “normal”…whatever that looks like AND More importantly, how we can use this crisis to accelerate the progress we are trying to make in life, work and with money.
My guest for episode seven is Cara Snow. Cara is Chief Community Engagement Officer for the Technology Association of Oregon where she focuses on member engagement, cybersecurity programming, and workforce development with a focus on diversity, equity and inclusion. And, as she likes to say, has been working in tech before it was cool.
In this episode, we explore the state of the tech industry in Oregon, how individuals are firms are pivoting in the midst of a global pandemic, what’s working in workforce engagement, as well as why Cara is obsessed with finding and collecting loose change.
My guests for episode eight are Nitin Rai and Allison Magyar. Nitin is the Founder and Managing Partner of Elevate Capital—A venture capital fund that helps underserved entrepreneurs reach their highest potential.
Allison is the founder and CEO of Hubb, an event management software company and has spent the better part of the last two decades in the events business.
In this episode we explore how they are adapting to a changing world, still making meaningful connections, and what leadership looks like in today's environment.
In episode 06 of Beyond the Crisis we talk about living with intention and upgrading your communication with Michael Allosso
Join Michael September 22, 2020 at 4 PM EST for his virtual event! https://www.michaelallosso.com/event.html
My guest for episode four is Dan Miller. Dan is an internationally renowned nutrition and fitness expert, developing health and wellness programs for all walks of life. He is also a former Guinness World Endurance Record holder for the 48-hour treadmill marathon event.
In this episode, we explore what we can do to boost our immune system so that we can not only survive this current health crisis but thrive beyond it.
My guest today is Josh Lehner. Josh is an economist with the state of Oregon where he and the team at the Office of Economic Analysis provide forecasts on the economy, revenue, and population to the governor, legislature, and others making long-term policy decisions for the state.
In this episode, we explore what this current crisis means for employment, housing, the impact on different areas of the state as well as discuss the overall outlook for Oregon.
What is your money story and how does it affect your relationship with money today? In this interview, Eugenié George author of Our Money Stories explores how our personal history, ancestry, and environment plays a role in our money habits. While her book is written specifically for Women of Color, this way of viewing money and understanding our history with money can benefit anyone. In this episode, we also explore how our industry can do a better job of helping those currently underserved by our profession.
Brian Portnoy is a financial educator and author of two books: The Investor's Paradox and The Geometry of Wealth. In this episode, we discuss the difference between being rich and being wealthy, why Brian defines true wealth as "funded contentment" and how we can use this crisis to align our money with the 4 C's the fuel a meaningful life.