Charlie shares her hot picks of 30 films (out of over 150) to watch at this year’s Brooklyn SciFi Film Festival taking place September 20-25 (virtually and online).
In this episode, Charlie has a happy reunion with Erik Martin (Chief Community Officer at Teal, a membership platform to help enable meaningful careers) . Charlie last interviewed Erik 10 years ago for a viral media Meetup in NY. Clearly, a lot has changed since then!
On this episode, Charlie crowns Greg Kihlström “King of Agile” and with good reason! Greg (founder of The Agile World where he consults, writes and hosts a podcast) has spent the past several years helping companies to incorporate agility into their digital transformation strategies and also advising on customer and employee experience.
This week, Charlie makes a strong case for why anyone who is interested in technology innovation should be following GovTech closely and consistently. Joining the Charlie to explore how government agencies are adapting to innovating at the speed of light (and why private companies will be stealing tech talent from government agencies) is Jennifer Snyder (Chief Evanglist at GovQA).
It’s a bit of a reunion on this episode as AI Ethicist and cohost of Let’s Chat Ethics podcast, Oriana Meldicott, who taught a workshop at Tech 2025 two years ago, reconnects with Charlie to discuss all things AI ethics.
Joining the podcast this week is Paul Spiers (Founder, The New P&L Brand Purpose Institute and host of The New P&L business podcast series). Charlie and Paul delve deep into the waters of what it means to be a substantive and effective business leader today, that can lead organizations into the future post-pandemic.
In this special second episode in our series on next-gen innovators, Charlie chats with Anya Berlova. Anya Berlova is a student at the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder and an entrepreneur of a social cause startup focusing on anti-bullying.
In this special episode (one of two dedicated to up and coming innovators), Charlie welcomes young legend, Amara Leggett (19-year-old computer scientist, CEO of Dual Enrollment Company, and author of The Strategic Mind of a Young Legend).
Dan Christensen (aka “Bus Driver Dan”) loves his job driving a bus for TriMet bus company in Portland, Oregon, and is fiercely and unapologetically proud of his Blue Collar roots. He also embraces emerging technology and is constantly exploring new and innovative ways to use technology to tell “the stories of the now.”
Part 4 of 4 interviews from our end-of-year event, The Pain and Triumphs of 2020: The Biggest Lessons We Learned This Year where we asked guest speakers what their biggest lessons of 2020 were. Ed Maguire Polgar joins us in this episode and shares her big 2020 lesson.