Create YOUR Great with Scott Stolze
About This Show
Create YOUR Great Podcast - Where we help you create the fulfillment you deserve in your work and your career
We created this Podcast so that we can bring you the stories, insights and wisdom of high achievers from all different backgrounds and industries.
Check out our episodes below so that you can learn amazing takeaways and lessons from some of the best people we know, people who are making an impact and making a difference. There is no better way to learn than thru the stories and real life experiences of others, and that is the mission of this podcast, to bring you stories that will help you Create YOUR Great.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
How Emotional Intelligence, and a love for storytelling, is helping someone change lives w/ Chris Cobb | Episode 019
Chris Cobb is a Program Coordinator at Bay State Community Services in Quincy, Massachusetts, where he manages a public health grant that focuses on opioid overdose prevention. Chris’s current project facilitates community-level solutions to the opioid epidemic, with an emphasis on upstream determinants of health and policy change. Chris has a decade of experience in community health and prevention. Previously, Chris worked in a variety of roles and organizations, on health issues such as homelessness, HIV, and chronic kidney disease. Chris has worked in research institutions, social services settings, clinical settings, and in cross-sector collaborative organizations. Chris approaches all his work with an emphasis on listening, empathy, and the transformative power of community.
In his non-work time, Chris is very involved with his church, the Arlington Street Church in Boston, where he contributes to the church’s Transformation Team for Racial Justice. Chris is also a meditation facilitator at the Shambhala Center in Brookline, Massachusetts. Chris would like to dedicate this interview to Al Ingram, whose friendship and mentorship is a continuous reminder that work, like life, is a great adventure and a great journey. The journey never ends, and that’s enough.Read more »