In each episode of this new podcast, we’ll talk with alumni of the Destination Imagination challenge experience about how they use creativity and problem solving in their every day life and career. We’ll also explore how Destination Imagination helped shape their lives into what they are today.
The month, Michael chatted with Georgia Alumnus Crystal Burke, a Clinical Research Coordinator in Atlanta, GA. Burke shares what it means to be a Clinical Research Coordinator, and what it was like to work on some trials to help patients suffering with COVID-19.
This month, Michael chats with New Hampshire alum Jake Levin. Levin, the Director of Partnerships at MICRO, helps bring the company's tiny bespoke museums into public spaces, including hospital lobbies and DMV waiting rooms. Levin shares how he came to work at MICRO, and how important it is to him to bring art and science to people in areas where they may otherwise not thinking of finding it.
MICRO also just launched a new DIY program, which you can learn more about here: micro.ooo/diy
You can find Jake Levin on Instagram here: instagram.com/jakeblevin
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This month, Michael interviews 8 year alumni Laura Theobald, who competed in Indiana and Virginia. Now an Art Director in Maryland, Laura chats about what she does in her job, and how she uses the skills she learned in Destination Imagination to succeed.
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Yasmine Ebeed, a nine year alumni from New Hampshire, joins the podcast this month to talk about her journey to becoming a Production Assistant on Nickelodeon's "Spongebob Squarepants." Along the way we'll learn how her resiliency led her to opportunities and internships at PBS's "Arthur" and Nickelodeon's "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," and how she's performing her role remotely during the pandemic.
Have you ever wondered what all those orange and red painted lines and flags on the ground are for around homes and construction sites? Well, Damage Prevention Specialist Josh Jasper, a 10 year alum from Arkansas, shares what they are and how he marks them in this month's episode.
Rabbi Jason Levine, a 7 year alum and 20 year volunteer from Washington, joins Michael to talk about what it’s like to be a faith leader. He also discusses some of the many challenges facing Judaism and other religions during the ongoing pandemic, and what he is doing at his temple to overcome them.
In our second episode of The Creative Chat, Michael talks with Ayan Gupta from Washington state, founder and CEO of STEMZ Education and 425 Magazine's youngest individual named to their 2019 30 Under 30 list.
On this brand new podcast by the Destination Imagination Alumni Council, we talk with DI alumni on how they use creativity and problem solving in their every day life and career. This week, Michael chats with the Creative Director of Luminarium Dance Company, Kim Holman.