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32 minutes | Apr 16, 2021
22. Melissa Muszynski: Designing for a New Normal
Melissa Muszynski, owner and lead designer of MBM design, joins the #WintheFuture podcast to discuss the impact of interior design and adjusting to a new normal.
26 minutes | Mar 25, 2021
21. Julie Nash: City-Centric Economic Development Trends
Julie Nash, Economic Development Director for the city of Milford, Connecticut, joins the podcast to discuss small business, real estate, residential, and transit-oriented development trends in mid-size cities statewide and nationally.
31 minutes | Mar 18, 2021
20. Eric Ohlsen: Uncovering Opposition Research
Eric Ohlsen, President of Ohlsen Research and Paper Trail Investigations, joins the podcast to help uncover the world of political opposition research.
38 minutes | Feb 25, 2021
19. Steve Rubin: Safeguarding Seniors (Part 2)
Steve Rubin — President-Elect of Connecticut’s Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (CT-NAELA) — joins the Win the Future podcast to discuss key issues in the practice of elder law in the Nutmeg State.
22 minutes | Feb 11, 2021
18. Joan Wilson: Safeguarding Seniors (Part 1)
Joan Wilson – a lawyer with RWC and vice president of Connecticut’s chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (CT-NAELA) – joins the podcast to discuss Connecticut’s elder law landscape, the state’s 2021 legislative session, and ways to safeguard seniors.
25 minutes | Feb 5, 2021
17. Xakham Khamsyvoravong (Xay): Providence Water Works
Xaykham Khamsyvoravong (Xay), Board Chairperson for the Providence Water Authority, joins the podcast to discuss the current and future clean water landscape at the local, state, and federal levels.
27 minutes | Jan 21, 2021
16. Jeff Spencer: Sweet N’ Up Podcasting in 2021
Jeff Spencer, host of the podcast “Sweet N’ Up with Jeff Spencer,” joins the show to chat about podcasting tips and trends.
31 minutes | Jan 8, 2021
15. Jon Schwantes: Broadband Access and Affordability
Jonathan Schwantes is a senior policy counsel in Consumers Reports’ Washington DC office where he focuses on telecommunications issues affecting consumers in the broadband, television, media, and wireless markets. He has two decades of experience working in politics and is a legislative process expert with a deep understanding of Capitol Hill. Jonathan served more than eight years in the United States Senate as a general counsel on the Judiciary Committee, specifically the Antitrust Subcommittee for Senator Herb Kohl. In the private sector, he advocated on behalf of numerous Fortune 500 companies, trade associations, and nonprofit organizations. Jonathan completed his undergraduate work at the University of Minnesota and earned his law degree from the University of Wisconsin.
26 minutes | Dec 31, 2020
14. Mona Jhaveri: Beating back cancer
Mona Jhaveri, the founder and executive director of Sound Affects – a Ridgefield, CT-based non-profit focused on beating back cancer – joins the podcast to discuss several topics, including the current cancer-fighting research and technology landscape.
47 minutes | Dec 24, 2020
13. Achim Bergmann: Campaigning in a new pandemic-driven normal
Achim Bergmann – a veteran politico and partner at Bergmann Zwerdling Direct – joins the show to discuss political campaigning amidst the new pandemic-driven normal, takeaways from the 2020 election cycle, and the electoral landscape for 2021.
31 minutes | Dec 10, 2020
12. Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz: Helping CT Small Businesses
Connecticut’s Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz joins Win the Future to discuss the Nutmeg State’s efforts in helping small businesses amid a global pandemic.
27 minutes | Dec 10, 2020
11. Jim Quish: Planning and Zoning in the Virtual Age
Jim Quish, the chairman of Milford’s (CT) Planning and Zoning Board, joins the podcast to discuss a number of topics, including the transition from in-person to a remote-only public meeting schedule.
29 minutes | Dec 3, 2020
10. Rich LoPresti: Investing trends amid COVID-19
According to Barron's, since COVID-19 lockdowns started earlier this year, millions have signed up for free trading apps like Robinhood, with the median age around 31 years old. With wide speculation, many folks are aggressively using online and mobile trading platforms -- who might otherwise be at a casino or online sports betting -- most of which have been closed for much of 2020. Rich LoPresti, a principal at Milestone Asset Management, sits down with host Brett Broesder to chat about investing trends overall and many growth sectors on this episode.
24 minutes | Dec 3, 2020
9. Jazmine Duke: Building a Bomb AF Company
Problem-solving combined with a passion for entrepreneurship and women’s health led Jazmine Duke to start her successful venture, JD Bath Co., and its signature Bomb AF Bath Soak product. Despite the pandemic, business is booming for JD Bath Co. and the bath and shower product market overall, which is projected to experience a nearly 5 percent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) between 2020 and 2027, according to a recent Fortune Business Insights report.
29 minutes | Nov 26, 2020
8. Loren Mahler: Rapid fire on election cybersecurity results
Although Election Day signaled the end of another political cycle rife with misinformation, there was one clear winner: government cybersecurity efforts to protect our election process from attacks.
27 minutes | Nov 26, 2020
7. DeVaughn Ward: Getting blunt about legal weed
With a green sweep on Election Day for marijuana ballot measures, and Massachusetts surpassing one-billion dollars in total pot sales, legalization prospects for other states may reach new heights.
25 minutes | Nov 26, 2020
6. State Rep. Jesse MacLachlan: Psychedelic disruption of mental health afflictions
According to State Rep. Jesse MacLachlan, riding high from positive clinical trial results and tens-of-millions of dollars from Wall Street and Silicon Valley coffers, the next trip for psychedelics could be combating mental health afflictions.
24 minutes | Nov 19, 2020
5. Ruben Felipe: Adventures in Homeschooling
Ruben Felipe — a seasoned politico and non-profit exec — spends his during-the-pandemic days working from home with two school-aged kids, ensuring they’re participating in class virtually.
24 minutes | Nov 19, 2020
4. Bob Chicoine: The Secret to Dockside’s Success
Bob Chicoine successfully launched his business, Dockside Brewery, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
25 minutes | Nov 12, 2020
3. Fmr. Mayor Bill Finch: mayors quarterback Tackling climate change
In episode three of Win the Future, hosted by Brett Broesder, Bill Finch -- former Bridgeport, CT-mayor, and U.S. Conference of Mayors Climate Protection Task Force co-chair -- discusses how mayors can quarterback efforts to tackle climate change.
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