Bradley Freedman, management services director for the Salvation Army, discusses the skills that carry over from working in a business to working in a nonprofit, and the striking differences between the two.
Nick Weir, challenge manager for SpaceNet at In-Q-Tel’s CosmiQ Works lab, discusses how his project crowdsources AI solutions for government applications.
Michael Shinn, CEO of Atomicorp, discusses how open-source software can provide important and useful solutions for cybersecurity problems in the cloud and on a wide range of other cyber applications.
Zvi Band, author of the new book Success is in Your Sphere, discusses how maintaining healthy relationships that go beyond just transaction can help propel your life and business to new heights, especially in the D.C. region.
David DeWolf, CEO of 3Pillar Global, discusses his new book, The Product Mindset, and how best to tackle being a product-based company, even in the government sector.
On this EXTRA episode, Jason Grumet, founder and president of the Bipartisan Policy Center; Michael Farren, fellow at the Mercatus Center; and Richard Levick, founder and CEO of LEVICK discuss the ways that politics and lobbying have soured peoples’ expectations, experiences, and opinion of capitalism.
Tony Surak, chief marketing officer and partner at DataTribe, discusses the swings and pitfalls of successfully growing a small business, and why revenue isn’t the most important thing to shoot for early on.
Shawn Springs, former NFL pro and CEO of Windpact, discusses his company’s efforts to make safer and more effective protective equipment for professional sports.
Erin McGeoy, co-founder and CEO of Last Call, discusses how her social venture’s app helps notify local students of cheap meals that would otherwise be thrown away, helping to lower America’s 40% food waste rate.
Shawn Wright, partner at Blank Rome; Ayman Rizkalla, partner at Akerman; and Richard Levick, founder and CEO of Levick, discuss the things that a C suit executive or a member of a board at a company needs to do to stay proactive and prevent liability for wrongdoing in case of a company’s misconduct.
Stephen Buko, founder and CEO at Kerb, discusses his company’s AI-based solution to find out if passerby are actually looking at the outdoor ads that companies spend billions on every year.
Lou Anne Brossman, founder and president of Government Marketing University, discusses how her program connects and uplifts companies and entrepreneurs that market directly to the federal government.
Jason Starkey, co-founder and CEO at Jedburgh Technology, discusses the applications that virtual reality has for the US government, and how it can be used to train employees, civilians, and soldiers alike in various important tasks.
On this EXTRA episode, Judith Feder, Georgetown professor and healthcare reform expert during the Clinton administration; and Karen Pollitz, senior fellow at the Kaiser Family Foundation and former cabinet member in both the Clinton and Obama administrations; discuss the myriad ideas surrounding healthcare reform in the US and what effect it might have on the DC region.