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Each episode we interview a badass social change leader and learn the ins and outs of what they're doing to make the world a better place. This podcast will help you feel optimistic that we can make a difference and give you practical tips about how to go about doing so in a big way.


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Each episode we interview a badass social change leader and learn the ins and outs of what they're doing to make the world a better place. This podcast will help you feel optimistic that we can make a difference and give you practical tips about how to go about doing so in a big way.





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Bonus Episode: High Tech High Unboxed- Improvement as a tool for our collective liberation, with Dr. Brandi Hinnant-Crawford

Unleashing Social Change Podcast has a featured episode for you this week! High Tech High Unboxed, hosted by Alec Patton. In this Episode, Stacey interviews Brandi. Stacey Caillier talks to Dr. Brandi Hinnant-Crawford about what Improvement Science looks like when equity and liberation are embedded in the PROCESS, not just the hoped-for result. This interview is rooted in two things, how improvement science can be a tool for our collective liberation and what we do in the meantime before that liberation comes about. Hope you enjoy this week's Bonus episode. Show Resources: HTHunboxed Podcast: https://hthunboxed.org/podcast-home/ Order Becky’s Book Impact With Integrity: Repair the World Without Breaking Yourself Check out our 1:1 Coaching


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Unpacking Mentorship; Humility, Authenticity, and Curiosity.

Nicki Roth and I met back in 2003 working on the 100,000 homes campaign. She is currently heading the executive leadership coaching offered to all MBA students at MIT Sloan School of Management. She has published two books on leadership and is the co-founder of The Messy Truth Leadership. I am honored and SO grateful that Nicki listened to the entirety of Season Four and brought her wisdom and expertise to this debrief. Nicki is unafraid to call a spade a spade, or an asshole, and for that I love her. Unapologetic in her mission to develop leaders that are able to lift and progress teams rather than exhaust them with tone deaf egos, Nicki has decades of experience working in leader development and has her pulse on what leaders across sectors need. In this episode we unpack the magnitude of the season. We discuss the threads of leadership lessons we saw woven throughout decades of service and the most prominent characteristics of authentic leadership. To sit down in conversation with my old friend was a treat. Enjoy the last episode and then start all over again. Show Notes: Show Resources Nicki’s Projects The Messy Truth Leadership Sloan's approach to leadership Private audio coaching Nicki’s Books The Messy Truth About Leading People Beyond Passion: From Nonprofit Expert to Organizational Leader Pre-order Becky’s Book Impact With Integrity: Repair the World Without Breaking Yourself


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56: Sharon Kanis: A Profile in Interconnectedness of Communion

My last mentor of the season is one who has known me since before I was born, my Aunt and Godmother, Sharon Kanis of the School Sisters of Notre Dame. Taking her vows at the age of 19, Sharon has since gotten a degree in chemistry, a masters in applying Jungian theory to biblical archetypes, and a PhD in how people experience their spirituality in their bodies. When asked if I could introduce her as Doctor Sharon Kanis SSND she scoffed and said the phd was just a thing she did a while ago. Sharon is a truth teller and willing to question her own assumptions with enduring humility. She has traveled the world to pay witness and be of service. An educator through her decades of service, she brings people and their shared experiences together in community. Sharon has rooted her service in the interconnectedness of the web of life and is unwavering from the oneness of the universe. In this episode, you’ll hear that the thing Sharon attributes her progress to is also the biggest obstacle she’s faced as a leader - mutual accountability; showing up, consistently, willing to meet someone where they’re at, to get the work done. And although sometimes inconvenient, it is necessary and rooted in justice. Show Notes: The lesson I taught her at three years old.The difference between community and communion. Theology isn’t about answers, it's about questions. Our identities are not reasons for division but markers for community. How to stay in communication with people when egos inflate the room.Consensus is not always efficient but it is necessary. The philosophy of mutual availability.The web of life and what it means to be interconnected.Making time for contemplative practice. What happens to one of us happens to all of us. Weaving together common experiences as a mode of operation. Order Becky’s Book Impact With Integrity: Repair the World Without Breaking Yourself


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55: Noah Winnick and Josue Barnes: A Profile in Fearless Community Activism

Description: A few years ago I received advice that every leader should have a mentor who is 20 years younger than them. In the reckoning of June 2020, I found mine in Noah Winnick and Josue Barnes. The duo founded Claremont Change and have been representing the voices of marginalized people in the community since the inception of the organization. They are fearless advocates who are relentless in their commitment and vision in creating an antiracist Claremont and I will follow them, quite literally in peaceful protest, to the ends of the earth. The synergy between these lifelong friends is animating to witness. Somehow they are able to make the daunting and often draining work of social justice joyful and approachable. They authentically show up for their hometown and I am so proud to be in arms with them as I do my part in shaping the city where I have rooted my family. I hope you enjoy this time with “The Rom-Com Boys” as much I did. Show Highlights: Show Resources: Claremont Change Order Becky’s Book Impact With Integrity: Repair the World Without Breaking Yourself


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54: Mark Lipton - A Profile in Vision, Genius, and Feeling Feelings

This week I sat down with Mark Lipton who I met when he was the Department Chair of my graduate program in Organizational Change Management at The New School. He has since moved on to Professor Emeritus status, which has freed him up to consult with Fortune 500 companies and write awesome books, so be sure to check out Guiding Growth: How Vision Keeps Companies on Course and the award-winning Mean Men: The Perversion of America’s Self-Made Man. I learned that Mark and I had all kinds of things in common in this episode. For example, we bonded over the fact that both of us entered higher education entirely on a whim. And I was absolutely fascinated to listen to Mark’s thoughts about what he calls Emotional Fortitude - a signature attribute of “undisruptable CEOs” that he defines as, “the art of examining one’s own thoughts and emotions surrounding a decision in order to consider those thoughts and emotions themselves as inputs to the decision-making process.” Though we have traveled different paths, the fact that we are both so keen on helping leaders know themselves and do the inner work of mining their emotions confirmed for me that this is someone I was so lucky to have as a mentor and teacher so many years ago. Mark’s reflections on purpose and vision are something everyone leading anything needs to listen to. This wonderful human being has a great big heart to match his great big brain. Everything he shares is oozing with humility and thoughtfulness. I hope you enjoy listening to this show as much as I enjoyed recording it with Mark. Show Highlights: Show Resources: Mean Men: The Perversions of America’s Self-Made Man Guiding Growth: How vision keeps companies on course. The Group Laboratory Pre-order Becky’s Book Impact With Integrity: Repair the World Without Breaking Yourself


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53: Rosanne Haggerty: A Profile in Disruption and Active Listening

In this episode, you’ll meet Rosanne Haggerty, winner of the 2001 MacArthur “Genius Award.” Having worked for her for 11 years I can say with no doubt: she really is a genius, although she’d never tell you that herself. Super humble and one of the most relentless leaders I’ve ever known, Rosanne’s work speaks for itself. Last year the organization she founded, Community Solutions, was awarded the prestigious $100 & Change grant from the MacArthur Foundation, a global competition for a $100 million to fund a single proposal that promises “real and measurable progress in solving a critical problem of our time.” I am so confident Rosanne and her team will deliver on this in spades. Back in 2003, when Rosanne hired me to reduce street homelessness in two-thirds over three years in parts of Manhattan, NYC, all I knew was that I wanted to throw myself into work where I felt zero ambivalence. Rosanne took me under her wings and taught me that there’s no such thing as a problem that can’t be solved. Why she hired a former Army officer to lead an effort to tackle street homelessness is a mystery that she attempts to answer in this episode, and her answer sheds light on her knack for disrupting business as usual. Everett Rogers estimates 2.5% of the population are innovators for any given area. Rosanne is one of those rare 2.5% who cannot help but generate fresh insights into entrenched problems. This leader was put on the planet to shake things up! In this episode, you’ll hear us talk about our time working together on the 100,000 Homes campaign, the challenges we faced, and the power of active listening. You’ll also hear some of the behind-the-scenes stories from my book, Impact with Integrity: Repair the World Without Breaking Yourself. As always, enjoy the show and please share far and wide. Show Notes: Pre-order Becky’s Book Impact With Integrity: Repair the World Without Breaking Yourself


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52: Holly Craig Silkman: A Profile in Candor

Holly Craig Silkman, aka Adele Adler, aka my college roomie, joins us from her horse ranch in Montana to talk about her experience narrating the audio version of my book, Impact with Integrity, and her experience as a leader for more than three decades. Our time as roommates at West Point was much like this episode, a hoot and a half with tons of laughter. Holly was one of the first people I ever came out to and her compassion in that moment forged a friendship that changed both of our lives for the better. Throughout this episode, Holly’s perseverance, great personality, and candor shine through. A truly authentic leader who leads with compassion, courage, and a heart for service - there is never a dull moment when Holly is in the room. Even in the lowest moments of her incredibly successful career, she found a way to make things better for others. I am so grateful to embrace this ray of sunshine as my lifelong best friend. I guarantee she’ll have you laughing along within the first few moments of the show. Show Notes: “It’s not woo woo if it works.”Breaking free from toxic social conditioning.Becky’s favorite Holly story involving a special kind of bird.“If you don’t seek to be compassionate first, it won’t work.”How Holly went from being an Army Colonel to narrating books. Never start to believe your own press. The price one pays when pride overshadows intuition. What graduating from Airborne school at the age of 45 looks like. You can’t be a leader without being a servant. Navigating the repercussions of sexual assualt from a four star general.The importance of healthy masculinity and the influence good fathers can have on fostering unwavering leadership. Good ole cowboy logic: never miss a good chance to shut up. It’s hard to speak truth to power but people need to hear it, especially from your unique perspective. Show Resources You can check out Adele Adler’s other audio recordings on Amazon here. Pre-order Becky’s Book Impact With Integrity: Repair the World Without Breaking Yourself


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51: Howie Cohen - A Profile in Becoming a Leader's leader

Join me this episode as I sit down with my mentor and friend, retired Colonel Howie Cohen, to discuss leadership, community, standards, and perseverance. We reminisce on the unconventional methods Howie used to instill cohesion in every one of the dozens of organizations he led, from being one of the first officers ever to sign into the Third Battalion of the 75th Ranger Regiment to commanding the White House Communications Agency. Woven throughout our conversation you will notice the profound joy of cameraderie forged by the shared experience of selfless service to something bigger than ourselves alongside the heartbreak that comes with the difficult challenges that life brings our way. Howie embodies the essence of the word excellence and his commitment to learning, growth, and contribution shine through in all his stories. He is a prime example of someone who is a leader’s leader, never asking someone to do something he isn’t willing to do himself, always looking for the developmental moment. Willing to hold himself to a higher standard not because he has to, but because he believes it’s the right thing to do. I had the privilege of working for Howie two separate times during my nine years of service, first when he was the Battalion Commander of the 112th Signal Battalion (Special Operations) (Airborne) and again when he commanded a Special Mission Unit that we both served in. I’m so grateful to share the heart and humor of this amazing leader - this amazing human being - whom I'm honored to call my mentor and friend. Please check out Howie’s current project on Mental Fitness and preventing veteran suicide in the show notes below and help spread the word to everyone you think might benefit. Show Highlights: What it looks like to enforce high standards and how doing so creates a high accountability, high performing organization Excellence becomes contagious when you lead by example The experience of community creates an essential bond of an organization and is an essential ingredient for successThe caliber of the team goes up when the accountability of each individual on the team goes upHow to create a self-regulatory culture in an organization Even if you don’t win, you win when you’re committed to excellenceFinding meaning in sadness.Asking yourself ‘what am I doingright nowto develop my leaders and what can I do better?’Prioritizing leadership development even when others haven’t The gift of letting go of something you’re not good at so you can pursue your passionHow to find your resilience even when you suffer from a difficult setback Show Resources: Pivotal Moments Media:https://www.pivotalmomentsmedia.com/Charlie Mike Channel:https://www.pivotalmomentsmedia.com/charlie-mike/Army ETS Sponsorship Program:https://etssponsorship.com/Dept of Veteran Affairs TASC: https://www.mentalhealth.va.gov/transitioning-service/index.asp Pre-order Becky’s Book Impact With Integrity: Repair the World Without Breaking Yourself


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50: Jan Hicks: A Profile in Authenticity and Kindness

Today Jan Hicks is living her best life as a farmer, mother, and doting grandmother. When she retired as a two-star Major General in 2005, she was serving as the Commanding General of the United States Army Signal Corps. I had the tremendous good fortune of serving under Jan when she was the Battalion Commander of the 125th Signal Battalion in Helemano, Hawaii. Leokani Okauwila - a Hawaiian phrase that translates into Voice of Lightning - was the motto of our unit that provided tactical communications support to the 25th Infantry Division. If you’ve read the first chapter of my book, you’ll be familiar with the story about my boss poking me in the chest with some salty language. Jan Hicks was that boss. She was also one of the most inspiring, authentic, and deeply kind leaders I have ever had the privilege of serving under. By the way, if you haven’t read the first chapter of my book, what are you waiting for? I’m giving the first chapter away for free here, so please check it out! As a freshly minted Lieutenant, I was doubtful that I would ever be able to succeed in the army while at the same time being my authentic self. Though we never spoke about it directly, Jan embodied authenticity and kindness so thoroughly that I have known for the rest of my life that it is 100% possible to be myself and be effective as a leader. I have to confess, I got a little more emotional than usual recording this episode. I didn’t realize until we were speaking the full extent of Jan’s impact on me all these years later. I’m so grateful that I had the opportunity to serve with this incredible human being who knows in her bones who she is and what she stands for. I hope that listening to this episode strengthens your own conviction to be true to yourself and kind to others. Show Notes: How to handle a man mansplaining to you that he can’t work for you because you’re a woman. The “rest of the story” behind Becky’s infamous “unfuck this, Lieutenant” moment.What it was like being the first General Officer in the Army who was also a mom. The profound gift of life-long friendships. You can opt out of being miserable. How life’s pendulum will eventually swing back in your favor. The ripple effect of embodying goodness and kindness.It’s okay to make mistakes, just make sure you’re making new ones. Pre-order Becky’s Book Impact With Integrity: Repair the World Without Breaking Yourself


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49: Jane Holl Lute: A Profile in Never Moving Backwards

Thirty years ago I met Jane Hall Lute while she was my professor at West Point. Since our time together she has gone on to be the Assistant Secretary General for Peacebuilding Support at the United Nations, the former Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security for the United States, and is now the Director at SIPCA. As she mentions,” Jane Hall does not move backward”. Her illustrious career is cornerstonesd with humility,curiosity, and a commitment to learn something new from every conversation. Jane has always been able to distill the most complicated processes and ideas into comprehensible action steps. She is able to shift the context through humor and simplification, on the dime, and even does so a couple of times in this recording. In this episode, you’ll hear what leadership means to Jane and how we must show up as leaders, not to be praised or because it’s being asked of us - but rather because it is our collective duty as humans. Jane’s ‘what you see is what you get” demeanor is funny, sharp, and inviting. I’m so grateful for the time we spent together. Enjoy the show! Show Notes: What happens to your presence when you realize you’ve become a role model.Human beings don’t need to earn respect, they deserve respect.Presence as the most important attribute of a leader.How being a “spectacular failure” can work out for the good.Leading by example stays with people for life.Leaders need to be the weight bearing capacity for the waste of an organization sometimes.What’s meant to be on your path will find a way to make its way there. Navigating toxic people in organizations without compromising the mission.An example of setting boundaries and not suffering in silence.One of the most important choices we have is choosing who is in the sandbox with us. Jane’s insights on Ukraine and the Western World. Pre-order Becky’s Book Impact With Integrity: Repair the World Without Breaking Yourself


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48: Jay Parker: A Profile in Empathy and Unconditional Support

If you’re a frequent listener of this podcast you’ve probably heard the name Jay Parker. Jay is currently the distinguished professor and Major General Fox Conner Chair of International Security Studies in the College of International Security Affairs at the National Defense University. We met back in the 90’s when I was at West Point and he has been a trusted confidant ever since. When Jay Parker says to do something – you do it. From an impromptu trip around the world to working for Rosanne Haggerty to help end homelessness – I’ve heeded his advice and been better off for it. In this episode you’ll hear us reminisce decades old memories of the adventure that formed our lifelong friendship (including a thespian performance which shines a light on Jay’s loveable affability) and the written memometos from him that have influenced the course of my life. I can speak from experience when I say Jay Parker wraps his mentees in unconditional support and provides us with connections and protections, sometimes even at his own personal risk, in order to help people and organizations reach their highest potential. I hope this episode sparks some of your own kindling. Show Notes: Pre-order Becky’s Book Impact With Integrity: Repair the World Without Breaking Yourself


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47: Mimi Finch: A Profile in Becoming the Leader You Never Had

Join Becky as she interviews her Tactical Officer from West Point, Retired Army Officer and Defense Contractor Mimi Finch, and listen to their conversation about the seminal moments that molded Mimi into the leader and person she is today. A champion of the underdog in her decades-long career, Mimi Finch has consistently stood up to misogyny, racism, and homophobia in situations that required a whole heap of courage. Even when the backlash was harsh and jeopardized her personal safety, her career, or her social status, Mimi spoke up. Through some harrowing experiences, Mimi became the fearless feminist leader she wished she had herself when she went through the fourth class of women to graduate from West Point. Mimi’s story highlights the power and strength that can be found in radical vulnerability. Consider this a primer on questioning the status quo and making waves. May we all be inspired by her story and her willingness to disrupt oppression! Trigger warning: contains discussion of sexual violence Show Highlights: Being true to yourself and standing firm in your values, no matter what the consequences Working through the internal struggle of whether or not to say something when someone has done something wrong Dealing with the backlash of calling out criminal sexist behaviorReckoning with the realization that people in power can cause harm Pre-order Becky’s Book Impact With Integrity: Repair the World Without Breaking Yourself


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46: Brenda Sue Fulton, A Profile of Personal Courage

Like many of Becky’s mentors, Army Veteran Brenda Sue Fulton’s list of accomplishments is longer than a CVS receipt and chock full of lasting impact. Weaving her activism with community building, she has been a key player in ending the military’s discriminatory “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy and ending the military’s ban on openly serving transgender people. A graduate of West Point’s first class to admit women, Sue shares her insights on how to muster the personal courage to keep going in the face of massive resistance. Show Highlights: Stories can be more effective and more important that raising money How Becky and Sue foundedKnights Outtogether and inspired dozens of West Point graduates to come out of the closet in support of ending “don’t ask, don’t tell.” How Sue inspiredSPARTAto pursue ending the ban on openly serving transgender people a decade sooner than anyone thought was possibleKnowing your true north is where you find the personal courage to keep going even when you are scared - and you will be scared.You can’t change minds until you change hearts. Once you change hearts you just have to clear the friction. Show Resources: TransMilitary Documentary “Courage is the most important of all the virtues, because without courage you can't practice any other virtue consistently. You can practice any virtue erratically, but nothing consistently without courage.” - Maya Angelou Pre-order Becky’s Book Impact With Integrity: Repair the World Without Breaking Yourself


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45: Marie Connor-Glenfield, A Profile in the Healing Power of Presence

In this episode, I sat down with one of my first mentors, Marie Connor-Glenfield, who I met when I was sixteen. In our first encounter, she held space for me to process profound loss. She identified my pain and didn’t try to push me through it, but rather sat with me as I sat with it. Since that first meeting, she has continued to be there for me in seminal moments of my life. When I was lost, when I was celebrating, and when I wasn't sure what my next move would be, Marie accompanied me. I have witnessed Marie bring healing energy to many people and organizations over the decades I’ve known her. I am so happy she was generous enough to share her deeply personal stories of listening to muses and grounding herself in the interconnectedness of life with all of us. Her creativity and commitment to be of service has always inspired me to stay true to that part of myself. I hope you get as much from this conversation as I did! Show Highlights: Holding deep emotions through presence brings healingListening to the inner voice when it says “I know I can help, so I’m going to”Being of service so that others don’t have to experience the same pain we did; or, if they do, they don’t have to do it aloneWhen we’re fully present, we’re connected to everything and everyone How do we stay in our truth when we’re having a bad day, week, or month? Judgment is not useful. It is a way to avoid the truthThe importance of creating a daily practice of paying attention The struggle between ego and presence and how to differentiate between the twoOur circumstances are not our storySometimes it can be terrifying to get clarity on your purposeAcupunture as a “legitimate front” for being a healer Taking responsibility for the change you want to see in the world without burning out Pre-order Becky’s Book Impact With Integrity: Repair the World Without Breaking Yourself


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44: Susan Rivers Interviews Becky Margiotta

Mentorship is often thought of as unidirectional - flowing from the mentor to mentee. In this upcoming season, I interviewed a baker’s dozen of my mentors - people who were there to guide me through some of my biggest leadership challenges - to find out about their biggest leadership challenges. If my military mentors taught me anything, it was this: leaders don’t ask the people to do anything they aren’t willing to do themselves. That goes for cleaning toilets, answering the phones, or disclosing your biggest leadership challenges to your podcast listeners. So we’re launching season four with my dear friend, Dr. Susan Rivers, Executive Director and Chief Scientist of iThrive, who agreed to interview me about the hardest challenges I’ve faced as a leader. Susan invites me to go behind the scenes into some challenges I’ve shared a hundred times before and she draws out some new stories I’ve never shared before. I’m so grateful to Susan for her generous listening, her keen insights, and her ability to help me make sense of some of the hardest moments I’ve experienced. Show Highlights: The pain of not being able to tell the truth about my sexual orientation while I served in the military Why authenticity is so important to me nowHow I worked through my fears by being humble and letting go of the need to be blamelessReckoning with decades of socialization as a white person in the United States and the negative impact that has on showing up fully in communityDifferentiating between impact and intent to take responsibility for my actionsThe big question: How do I take healthy responsibility for the whole web of life? Learning to listen to what my body is trying to tell me Pre-order Becky’s Book Impact With Integrity: Repair the World Without Breaking Yourself


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Episode 43: Elizabeth Cushing "Shift Aims to Scale Joy"

Anyone who has attended our workshops on how to design large-scale change is familiar with Playworks, a nonprofit organization based in Oakland, CA. With their permission, we present a case study of their plans to go to scale as a way to teach people how to set compelling aims for spread/scale. So we thought we should check in on Playworks and their progress toward their truly ambitious aims. In this episode, we sit down with the CEO of Playworks, Elizabeth Cushing, and dive into the rollercoaster ride of leading an organization through an astonishing transformation and all the lessons learned along the way. Elizabeth has some edge of your chair stories about the thrill of victory and agony of defeat in the day to day adventures of leading large-scale change during a global pandemic. We learned so much in this conversation and we know you will, too. Show Highlights: The difference between scaling the organization and scaling the solution (hint: one has more impact than the other) Major pivots Playworks accomplished during the pandemic Setting an aim invigorates organizations and galvanizes donor support, and is well worth doing, even if the aim is not achieved What’s next for Playworks Show Resources: Recesslab.org Game Library Pre-order Becky’s Book Impact With Integrity: Repair the World Without Breaking Yourself


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Episode 42: Nicole Hockley "Mission Doesn't Happen Without People"

On this episode we welcome back Nicole Hockley, a dear friend and force of nature, for a conversation about how Sandy Hook Promise scaled their proven prevention programs through a pandemic. Nicole generously talks us through SHP's focus on scale, equity, and adaptating their programs and internal practices. We are deeply honored to get to spend some more time with this brilliant human and grateful for her insights as CEO of an immensely impactful organization. Enjoy the show and please share the below resources as far and wide as you can. Show Highlights: Nicole’s thoughts on the stunning fact that the number one cause of death for children under the age of 19 in the United States right now is gun violence Why parents cannot assume that their kids’ mental health is ok Nicole’s insights into the phenomenal growth trajectory of Sandy Hook Promise and an update on their impact to date How Nicole’s thinking on the need to balance mission accomplishment with employee well-being has evolved over time Nicole’s thoughts on bridging the C3 and C4 arms of Sandy Hook Promise to advance programs and legislative policies. Show Resources: Make the promise Know the signs Donate to SHP Say Something Anonymous Crisis Line: To get the reporting system at your school/ district reach out to programs@sandyhookpromise.org Sandy Hook Promise PSA How To Overload A Circuit: https://youtu.be/GLapIiOq__Y How To Make A Homemade Bomb: https://youtu.be/A45mBBsrhG4 How To Perform A Disappearing Act: https://youtu.be/hafbxfHMTKg Pre-order Becky’s Book Impact With Integrity: Repair the World Without Breaking Yourself


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Episode 41: Chris Lubbe - On Activism, Grief, and What He Learned from Nelson Mandela

We did something a little different this time. We’re giving you an almost completely unedited podcast recording because you need to hear every single word Chris said, including those before and after the official "podcast" part of the podcast. This episode is everything to us. Chris has a profound ability to convey meaning and heart through story. We literally cried through half the interview. We learned. We grieved. We grew. We are better humans for listening to his story. And we want to share every moment of it with you. Chris is a gift to this world and we are so grateful he took the time to tell us his story and for the person he is. We hope you’ll take a moment when you’re done listening to share your learnings too. p.s. Becky's book is available for pre-order. Visit http://www.billionsinstitute.com/books/ for more info!