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Sport Heroes Who Got Their Starts In Oakland, CA
- November 30, Bill Russell, The Greatest Champion Who Ever Lived
- November 23, Frank Robinson, Determination, Grit, and Toughness
- November 15, John Brodie, Thank God My Dad found Oakland
- November 8, The Impact of Joe Morgan
- October 26, Leon Monroe, Officiating with Integrity & Passion
- October 15, Michael Wilhite, The Baseball Mecca of Oakland, Part 2
- October 8, Michael Wilhite, The Baseball Mecca of Oakland, Part 1
- September 24, Monte Gordon, From Oakland, CA to Savona, Italy
- September 14, Rich Griffin, Jr. From the Pitching Mound to Calling Balls & Strikes, Part 2
- September 7, Rich Griffin, Jr. From the Pitching Mound to Calling Balls & Strikes, Part 1
Memories Alameda Park League Baseball
- Episode #8 of 8, August 30, Erick Schullstrom, From Park League to the Bigs
- Episode #7 of 8, August 21, Ray Ratto, Firing Your Imaginations
- Episode #6 of 8, August 13, Phil & John Canalin, Longfellow Park, A Family Affair
- Episode #5 of 8, July 30, Adrienne Alexander, Cyndi LaCroix, Denise Ratto, and Keri Spaulding talk about leading Alameda Parks.
- Episode #4 of 8, July 20, Sam Spear talks about managing youth umpires and publishing the Play Ball section of the Alameda Time Star.
- Episode #3 of 8, July 16, Franklin Eagle Kin Robles loved Park League Baseball so much, he made a documentary about it.
- Episode #2 of 8, July 6, Edison, Lincoln, and Krusi, Alumni, James McGee talks about lessons learned during summer days at the park.
- Episode #1 of 8, June 29, Park League Alumni, Danny Pereira, Kevin Kearney, & Steve Sorensen talk about loving baseball as kids, still playing as seniors.
Thriving Through the Pandemic and Beyond Series
- Episode #6 of 6, June 22, Relationship Navigational Specialist, Kimi Avary, MA, talks about boys who want to be heroes
- Episode #5 of 6, June 15, Leadership Coach, Kathi Kulesza gives is ideas on how successful managers are forming more human connections, through the pandemic and beyond.
- Episode #4 of 6, June 8, Educator, Tyler Tomei describes Inspiring Tomorrow’s Leaders.
- Episode #3 of 6, June 1, Lee Hopkins talks about Turning Harmful Habits into New Possibilities
- Episode #2 of 6, May 25, Stephen Box teaches us how we can take our habits from UNSUSTAINABLE to May UNSHAKABLE, even if we don’t have will power.
- Episode #1 of 6, May 18, Hypnotherapist, Steve Cohen talks about small changes that add up to big differences.
- Episode #6 of 6, May 11, Rev. Robin Crawford; “Letting Go of Hurt and Pain”
- Episode #5 of 6, May 4, Charles Amamiya; “The True Power of Compassion and Forgiveness”
- Episode #4 of 6, April 27; Dr. Prasad Kaipa; Describes how his Hindu Faith guides his views on forgiveness.
- Episode #3 of 6, April 20; Rabbi Annette Koch; “Forgiveness: A Journey in Search of Wholeness”
- Episode #2 of 6, April 6; Imam Ariff Shaik Talks about forgiveness being the key to open the door of compassion.
- Episode #1 of 6, March 30; Dr. Jen Tellier Talks about forgiveness through her experiences as a Christian mental health professional.
- Episode #6 of 6, March 23; Jesse Oakley III talks about the leadership journey he went on with his wife Dana, chairing the 2015 Toastmasters International Convention.
- Episode #5 of 6, March 16; Mayor Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft talks about the leadership journey that led to her role as Mayor of Alameda, CA.
- Episode 4 of 6, March 9; Carla Fleming talks to us about, “Discovering Our Portfolio of Ideas as We Run Towards the Risk”
- Episode #3 of 6, March 2; Kevin Thornton Passes Along Inspiration Through Mentoring and Coaching.
- Episode #2 of 6, February 23; The Inquisitive Path Towards Leadership, with Toastmasters Past International Director, Regie Ford, DTM
- Episode #1 of 6, February 16; Building Leadrs Around the World, with Toastmasters Past Interntional President, Michael Notaro, DTM
- Episode #15, February 9; Connecting Through Vulnerability, Kindness, and Bravery, with Teff Ayral
- Episode #14, January 28; Finding Common Ground on Capitol Hill, With Gary McKinsey
- Episode #13, December 11; Thriving in Virtual Meetings, With Ray Engan
- Episode #12, December 4; Leadership Lessons From Toastmasters Past District Director, Teri McDonald, DTM
- Episode #11, November 3; Common Ground through Conversation and Community Service, with Angie Watson-Hajjem
- Episode #10, September 12; An Interview with Relationship Coach, Workshop Organizer, and Fellow Toastmaster, Lisa Fairchild
- Episode#9, June 18; Finding Common Ground in the SF Bay Area; Guests Carlos Hernandez and Emily Fathom
- Episode #8, May 13; Citizens Who Are Part of the Solution, with Joyce Simmonds, Making Masks to Fight Covid19
- Episode #7, April 14; with Vickie Bockenkamp, Founder of Power Tools for Learning
- Bonus Episode; As we control what we can control, let’s earn the optimism that will help us find the light at the end of the tunnel.
- Episode #6 with Jim Hager, Volunteer Pilot with Angel Flights West
- Episode #5 with Erica Etelson, Author of “Beyond Contempt,” How Liberals Can Communicate Across the Great Divide.
- Episode # 4 San Francisco”s MYEEP Program, with Toastmasters Past District Governor, Tyree Johnson, DTM
- Episode #3 with Charles Amemiya, Toastmasters in San Quentin
- Episode # 2 with Gina Cefalu, “Teaching Communication and Leadership in Prison”
- Episode #1 with Joe Loparo, “Depolarizing America with Better Angels”
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