Age Appropriate: A Podcast for the Ages

Age Appropriate: A Podcast for the Ages

Bridging deep generational divides in beliefs, values, lifestyles, politics, and more…one conversation at a time.

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September 29, 2020 30 min

Fear and self-doubt are part of being a college student. Sometimes, you may feel a fear of failure. Today you may be uncertain because of social unrest or the pandemic. In the end, knowing yourself and what makes you, your "authentic self" is the roadmap you'll need to be successful. It will help you stay above the drama and settle in a personal "space" that is only yours to claim.

Join me and Sonia David, Vermon...

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Emerging leaders, young people in their 20's and 30's could transform entire regions, making them more prosperous, more just, and more secure. The key is to engage them, pique their interest and activate them. Rewarding them for their ingenuity and creative spirit - by simply trusting them to do more, in their own way will pay huge dividends. 

Join me and Kolby Keo, Young Professionals in Foreign Policy, in a robust discussi...

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Self-awareness and resiliency are pivotal in creating a future that is bright, full of opportunities and meaningful if you're open to change. As simple as that may all sound, they are not easy boxes to check. 

Join me and Donna James, the Managing Director of Lardon & Associates and former Chair of the National Women's Business Council (a role she was tapped for and appointed to by President Barack Obama) for a lively di...

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June 21, 2020 25 min

Host, Todd Corley sits down with Alana Jochum, Executive Director, Equality Ohio. In her role, she leads all aspects of management for the statewide education and advocacy organization on behalf of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community. 

In this episode, we give context to why it is so important for all of us to acknowledge a persons pronoun. Using pronouns correctly, not only validates a persons id...

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June 12, 2020 39 min

Host Todd Corley sits down with Kenneth B. Morris, Jr., Co-Founder & President, The Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives. 

Ken, a direct descendant of Frederick Douglass, The Great Abolitionist, and Booker T. Washington, the famed educator and founder of Tuskegee Institute, shares insights about how the past can help us inform the future.

Considering the years of enslavement and denial of basic human rights, Ken sheds light on h...

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Host Todd Corley is joined by Gen Xer Erica Mock, Legislative Chair at ASIS International. Together, they shed light on the emotional weight, labor and tax women of color bear. Erica discusses her experiences in a male dominated field and enlightens listeners on the challenges she faces at the intersections of gender, race, and ethnicity.

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Erica Mock serves as Legislative Chair at ASIS International, the world's largest member...

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December 17, 2019 57 min

During this episode, host Todd Corley (@corleytodd) chats with Millennial CEO, author, and professional Shambreika Wise on the topic of toxic friendships. Together, they explore how to spot when relationships turn sour and how to sever ties with those we feel emotionally connected to -- if not co-dependent on -- both at home and at work.

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Shambrekiá Wise is concurrently CEO of FuzeU, and organization offering college majors pu...

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Host Todd Corley chats with Baby Boomer Kevin Clayton, VP of Diversity, Inclusion & Engagement for the NBA Cleveland Cavaliers. Together, they explore how sports can serve as a blueprint for inclusion, belonging, and unity; especially at a time when the nation is so heavily divided.

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Kevin Clayton, VP of Diversity, Inclusion & Engagement for the NBA Cleveland Cavaliers, AHL Cleveland Monsters, G-League Canton Charge, AFL C...

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Host Todd Corley discusses the concept of being "stuck" at work and in life. Together, with Gen Xer John Schaffner, Senior Lecturer, The Ohio State University & Academic Director, Fisher School of Business Professional Development Coaching Programs, they explore how the loss of purpose and motivation creates a contagion of status quo living and working.

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John Schaffner is a scholar-practitioner currently serving as the...

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November 13, 2019 35 min

Host Todd Corley discusses power of value, agency, and worth with Millennial and Head of Diversity & Inclusion for The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, Brianna Pina.

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Brianna Pina works proactively to provide counsel and support to The Broad Institute’s leaders. She enables them to leverage the power of diverse backgrounds and experiences to accelerate the pace at which the world conquers disease. She is responsible for the...

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Host Todd Corley discusses the transition from college to career and how employers across all industries can better prepare to be the workplace of choice for Generation Z with recent Villanova University graduate and software engineer, Kalvary Hawkins. 

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Fluent in English, Mandarin and Italian, Kalvary Hawkins is the prototype that employers are looking to attract and keep in order for their organizations to be competitive in toda...

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