Government & Organizations
As American swears in our next president, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc on our country, and countries around the world. In this episode of the Inspired Service Podcast, Noah speaks with Yen Pottinger, senior lab advisor, ICAP at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University and former HIV Incidence Team lead at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
They explore the brilliance of the virus itself, discuss places where the public sector is the first - and faster - mover, and discuss how to best harness the goodwill of the American people.
Yen's is a remarkable story of devotion to her craft, service, and science.
Season 2 Ep 5: Asking the Question, with Laura Mignott
Season 2 Ep 3: "Being Bold" - Ashley Gazich and the C19 Coalition
Season 2 Episode 2: Becoming a "Better Giver," With Richard Sokolow
Season 2 Episode 1 - Odgers Berndston: Surging to the Fight Against COVID-19
Welcome to Season 2 of the Inspired Service Podcast
Ep. 17: Jennifer Homendy (NTSB) is Working to Make Transportation Safer in America
Ep.16: Moments of Aw(e) - Life, Service, and Medicine with Dr. Ann Kellams
Ep.15: Into the Woods - Jason Ko is Fighting for the Future of our Forests
Ep.14: Avoiding Potomac Fever with Drenan Dudley, Senate Appropriator
Ep.13: Tina Neal is Working to Help us Live Safely on Our Dangerous Planet
Ep.12: Amy Gleason is delivering "Data at the Point of Care" for Medicare Patients and Providers
Ep.11: U.S. Digital Service’s Shannon Sartin Improving Healthcare for 53M
Ep.10: Teaching, Borders, and Working Overseas - A Conversation with CBP Attaché Amy Cloud
Ep.09: Matt Cordova
Ep.08: Yvette Rivera
Ep.07: Annie Pforzheimer
Ep.06: Laura Hall
Ep.05: Getting it Done on the Hill - Appropriations Legends with Chip Walgren
Ep.04: Nobility of Service: Building Narrative, Network, and (K)nowledge with Michael Brown
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