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Brazos Stories with Hugh Stearns
43 minutes | Sep 8, 2021
Wienerspiel: Judy LeUnes
In this episode, we speak with Judy LeUnes. She is the founder and president of the local non-profit, Wienerspiel. It hosts events for raising funds for non-profits who help homeless, unwanted, and neglected animals as well as organizations who support the human/animal bond and advocating in city and state governments.
35 minutes | Aug 25, 2021
BLM: Tre Watson
In this episode, we speak with Tre Watson. He is the co-founder of Black Lives Matter BCS. We speak to him about his personal connection to BCS and his work to better the community.
47 minutes | Jul 28, 2021
Greg Martin: The Entrepreneur’s Banker
In this episode, we speak with Greg Martin. He is the founder + CEO of The Entrepreneur's Banker and a certified Profit First Banker. He is a co-creator of a local podcast, Aggie Growth Hacks, that is dedicated to connecting Aggie Entrepreneurs. We speak about his personal history with the Brazos Valley and his current work in the community.
54 minutes | Jun 30, 2021
Alison Prince: United Way
In this episode, we speak with Alison Prince. She is the CEO + President of the non-profit United Way of Brazos Valley. We learn more about her life and how she got involved in non-profits and how UWBV works for our community.
48 minutes | Jun 2, 2021
In this episode, we speak with Rusty Surette. He is the evening news anchor for KBTX-TV (CBS) covering Bryan-College Station and Texas A&M University.
37 minutes | May 19, 2021
Rev. Sam Hill
In this episode, we speak with Rev. Sam Hill. He is the board treasurer of the Brazos Valley African American Museum and the Pastor of North Bryan New Birth Baptist Church.
34 minutes | May 5, 2021
Steve Turner: Polite Coffee Roasters
In this episode, we speak with Steve Turner, the Head Roaster and Founder of Polite Coffee Roasters, located in the Kyle House. Steve was serving in the Army in Afghanistan when he had the vision for Polite Coffee: great coffee with real friendly people.
59 minutes | Apr 7, 2021
Raquel Masco: SingleMoms Created4Change
In this episode, we speak with Raquel Masco, a community activist for single moms dedicated to empowering and encouraging other women and moms. She is the founder of SingleMoms Created4Change.
41 minutes | Mar 24, 2021
Dan Kiniry: Community Activist & Founder of Tiny Hope Village
In this episode, we speak with Dan Kiniry, a community activist serving the poor and homeless of the Brazos Valley. He is also the executive director of Tiny Hope Village, which is a permanent housing solution for people who have experienced homelessness in the Brazos Valley.
60 minutes | Mar 10, 2021
Dr. Richard Woodward: Community Leader
In this episode, we speak with Dr. Richard T. Woodward. He is a Professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Texas A&M University. He serves on the board of directors for Brazos Interfaith Immigration Network, BIIN’s mission is to promote the human dignity and well-being of all immigrants in our community and to advocate for and facilitate better access to legal, educational, and social services.He is also a founder of the College Station Association of Neighborhoods. CSAN is committed to smart growth, neighborhood preservation, and being part of the process of the decisions impacting our city.
52 minutes | Feb 24, 2021
In this episode, we speak with Jeannie Mansill, the founder + president of the local non-profit Project Unity. Project Unity’s mission is to empower children, families, and individuals to reach their highest potential in the communities where they live.
51 minutes | Feb 10, 2021
BCS Business Owner, Uri Geva
In this episode, we speak with a local business owner, Uri Geva. Uri is the president and founder of Brazos Valley Bombers, a collegiate summer baseball team, CEO of Infinity Sports and Entertainment, and owner of Edible Arrangements in College Station.
60 minutes | Jan 27, 2021
Chef Peter Madden
In this episode, we speak with chef Peter Madden, owner of two of College Station's popular restaurants, Mad Taco & the new MAD melt.
48 minutes | Jan 13, 2021
The REACH Project
In this episode, we speak with Max Gerall who is the founder & CEO of the REACH project. REACH simultaneously pursues community development, lifelong learning, quality workforce housing, health, and economic security for Aggie workers, through creating opportunities for the entire Aggie community to be woven together.
1 minutes | Jan 4, 2021
Introducing Brazos Stories with Hugh Stearns
A podcast covering the characters and stories of the Brazos Valley. In this podcast, Hugh, who is a local business owner and lifelong resident of the Brazos Valley, interviews people who are contributing to our community life.
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