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19 minutes | 12 days ago
Reflection of Season 3
Thank you for listening to Season 3 of in our tribe. We hope you enjoyed listening as much as we enjoyed recording. Join Adrian Ruiz and Nicoda Adams in reflecting on Season 3 of in our tribe.
37 minutes | a month ago
Episode 30: Maria Madril Hernandez shares her story as a Native American youth growing up and her advocacy for in the community to assist Native American youth succeed
In episode 30 of in our tribe, Maria Madril Hernandez shares her story as a Native American youth growing up and her advocacy for in the community to assist Native American youth succeed despite a lack of supports and opportunities for them.
44 minutes | a month ago
Episode 29: Alexsys Thompson discusses creating A White Space and it's goal of assisting white people and others become anti-racist
In Episode 29 of in our tribe, Alexsys Thompson discusses creating A White Space and it's goal of assisting white people and others become anti racist. Alexsys Thompson, MLC, BCC is the creator of the Trybal Gratitude Journal, a keynote speaker, executive coach, a certified Soul Language Practitioner, and member of the Forbes Coaches Council.
48 minutes | a month ago
Episode 28: Kevin McCarthy emphasizes on how leaders can bring the public square back and what is the danger of a world without it
In Episode 28 of in our tribe, Kevin McCarthy emphasizes on how leaders can bring the public square back and what is the danger of a world without it. This episode also addresses how to navigate the vast sea of separate echo-chambers during this moment of disruption and agitation.
31 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 27: Youth Division Manager Monica Blanco shares what it takes to create and facilitate excellent social spaces and places for people to thrive and succeed in this time of disruption
During this episode, Monica Blanco is referred to as the Interim Youth Division Manager. She has now taken the position and is officially the Youth Division Manager for the City of Sacramento's Department of Youth, Parks & Community Enrichment. Listen in to hear Monica Blanco share what it takes to create and facilitate excellent social spaces and places for people to thrive and succeed in this time of disruption. We also touch on the challenges Sacramento's Parks and Rec department faces in the constantly-changing world during the pandemic and how to redesign and redefine programs and practices.
53 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 26: Yolo County Office of Education Superintendent Garth Lewis considers equitable education during a pandemic and the possibility of a Yolo County Master Plan for Youth
Garth Lewis serves as the Yolo County Superintendent of Schools. He was elected to this position in 2018. Over the course of his 23-year career in K-12 education, Superintendent Lewis has served as a para-educator, teacher, site and district administrator, and Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services and Equity at the Yolo County Office of Education. Listen in as Yolo County Office of Education Superintendent Garth Lewis considers equitable education during a pandemic and the possibility of a Yolo County Master Plan for Youth. During this episode, there is mention about the "equity metric” that California governor Gavin Newsom was on track to approve. This has been delayed pending further discussion. Again, we thank you for your grace and mercy during these fast-changing times.
53 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 25: Greg Garcia of Cities Rise discusses mental health in the climates in which young people live, learn, play, and work
In Episode 25 of in our tribe, Adrian is joined by Greg Garcia of Cities Rise to discuss mental health in the climates in which young people live, learn, play, and work. Tune in for dialogue that dreams, designs, and disrupts while also incorporating how hip hop collective action movements are related to mental health.
43 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 24: Dr. Addie Ellis shares on navigating and leading the world of education during this perfect storm of racism, a pandemic, and unemployment
Dr. Addie Ellis is a committed sustainability-focused, systems transformation leader. She has successfully led schools, governmental agencies, nonprofit and for-profit organizations. Listen in to hear Dr. Addie Ellis share on navigating and leading the world of education during this perfect storm of racism, a pandemic, and unemployment.
43 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 23: Priscilla Enriquez helps us take a look at the world of philanthropy through an equity lens
In Episode 23, the James B McClatchy Foundation's CEO Priscilla Enriquez helps us take a look at the world of philanthropy and the hurdles that are faced in order to create more equitable communities. We also touch on opportunities that have surfaced due to this moment of disruption we are experiencing.
51 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 22: Doni Blumenstock & Larry Garcia discuss a new latinx leadership network in the Sacramento Region
In Episode 22, Adrian is joined by Doni Blumenstock and Larry Garcia to discuss leadership best practices and the establishment of a new latinx leadership network in the Sacramento Region. Thank you for tuning in to “in our tribe” podcast. In this episode you will hear from two leadership masters. Please keep in mind that this was recorded in the early stages of quarantining using basic recording tools. Think of it as listening to your favorite show on a vintage transmitter radio while driving across the heartland. Through the static there is a message for us all.
41 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 21: IYT's Michael Lynch and Michael Casper shares how they are ushering in the next wave of boys and men of color who will contribute to society greatly
Improve Your Tomorrow's Michael Lynch and Michael Casper engage in a real transparent conversation with Adrian regarding their journey as Co-Executive Directors of IYT and how they are ushering the next wave of boys and men of color who will contribute to society greatly.
11 minutes | 3 months ago
Season Three Preview
Adrian and Nicoda sit down and talk about the roller coaster of creating season three and the rockstars who joined us during this monumental moment of change.
4 minutes | a year ago
Thank you & Reflection of Season Two
Join Adrian and Nicoda as they reflect back on Season Two of in our tribe.
45 minutes | a year ago
Episode 20: Jesse Salinas talks youth engagement in civic participation
In this episode of in our tribe we continue investigating youth active civic participation with guest Jesse Salinas. Jesse oversees the Yolo County Assessor/ Clerk-Recorder/ Registrar of Voters Department for all of Yolo County in California. Tune-in to see how Jesse and his community partners are engaging youth of Yolo county in the voting process in a new and exciting way. Make no mistake about it Jesse Salinas is a true Youth and Community Developer not afraid to speak and partner with our greatest resources- our young people.
40 minutes | a year ago
Episode 19: Principal Louie Zumstein shines a light on what it takes to create a strengths-based culture on campus
In Episode 19 of in our tribe we shine a light on what it takes to create a strengths-based culture on campus with Principal of Montgomery High School, Louie Zumstein. Principal Zumstein has dedicated the last three years to sharpening his skills as a strengths-based leader and creating a school culture where all can be there best and valued for who they are and where they want to go in life. If you are ready to take your team to the next level of strengths development on your campus then you will surely want to tap into the knowledge and expertise of Strengths Extraordinaire, Louie Zumstein.
30 minutes | a year ago
Episode 18: LGBTQ+ Youth Advocates group P.R.I.D.E P.A.K.’s Founder Lori Vine, of SJUSD, discusses how she amplifies student voice and makes decisions based on what students need to be successful
In episode 18 of in our tribe we shine a light on the powerful work of LGBTQ Plus Youth Advocates P.R.I.D.E P.A.K. with Founder Lori Vine, Coordinator of Equity and Student Achievement for San Juan Unified School District. Listen in to hear how she amplifies student voice and makes decisions based on what students need to be successful. Perspective Respect Individuality Diversity Equity with a Purpose Around Knowledge and Kindness
37 minutes | a year ago
Episode 17: Jose Gonzalez, Founder of Latino Outdoors, shares how Latino Outdoors is fulfilling a vision where all Latino communities enjoy nature as a safe, inclusive, and welcoming place
In episode 17 of in our tribe we are joined by Jose Gonzalez, Founder of Latino Outdoors. During our time together Jose shared how Latino Outdoors is fulfilling a vision where all Latino communities enjoy nature as a safe, inclusive, and welcoming place- a world where the outdoors is a place to share and celebrate stories, knowledge, and culture, while growing leadership and an active community of Latino outdoor users, mentors, and stewards. Latino Outdoors has 19 chapters throughout the United States and growing fast. Listen in to see how you can get involved.
35 minutes | a year ago
Episode 16: DJ Anthony Vincent taps into the gears of connecting with your audience by stimulating their hearts and minds
Have you ever went to a party and the DJ was so good that they took the people on an emotional musical journey that you will soon not forget? Similarly, have you ever gone to a training or learning community when the facilitator was so dynamic that they changed the course on how you do things and think about your field? Turns out that both the DJ and the facilitator tap into the same dynamics of human emotion to turn the party out, move the crowd, and learn out loud. In episode 16 of in our tribe we mix it up a bit with one of Sacramento’s great DJ’s- DJ Anthony Vincent to tap into the gears of connecting with your audience by stimulating their hearts and minds and connecting them to each other.
45 minutes | a year ago
Episode 15: Crystal Harding and Paris Dye from The Black Child Legacy Campaign share about youth development and authentic youth voice/choice in North Highlands/Foothill Farms
Consider Episode 15 (season two) of in our tribe a love letter to the community of North Highlands/Foothill Farms. Nestled in on the Northside of Sacramento County- North Highlands/Foothill Farms has often been overlooked by local government and seen as "just outside the lines" to participate as an active partner in regional youth development efforts. Gladly all of that seems to be changing and North Highlands/Foothill Farms is showing that they can turn a youth development party out given an opportunity and resources. Join us for a fun and passionate conversation with Crystal Harding and Paris Dye from The Black Child Legacy Campaign as they share how youth development and authentic youth voice/choice is alive and well on the North Side of Sacramento County.
48 minutes | a year ago
Episode 14: Karen Schauer Superintendent of GJUESD shares insight on creating a strengths-based school district
In Season 2 Episode 14 in our tribe welcomes the superintendent of Galt Joint Union Elementary School District--the incomparable Mrs. Karen Schauer. Karen shares her insights on creating a strengths-based school district that pays attention to the engagement of its students and staff. We also touch on the lessons learned from The Galt Youth Master Plan and what’s next for the wonderful City of Galt--a city that creates amazing places and spaces for youth to thrive and succeed. Tune-in to a superintendent that is a true leader and knows how to dream, design and disrupt.
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