Scott Sibley, Director of Journeys Map, discusses the company’s “game-changing” app that allows users to navigate the multiple pathways from any starting point to goal completion for academic and career applications. Sibley, whose company presented its visionary product and strategy at the White House in 2016, talks about Journeys Map’s partnership with the San Diego Cyber Center of Excellence; its participation at cyber and career pathways conferences and its myriad applications to be a platform solution for those in the K-12 space, those in higher-ed and those transitioning from the military to civilian life.
Author Helen Fields, chats about how her background as a criminal lawyer led to her “new” career as a crime series author. Fields discusses her latest novel, Degrees of Guilt.
Diana Agostini, new Executive Director of the San Diego Italian Film Festival, discusses the Festival’s goal of sharing an appreciation of Italian culture through the cinema of Italy. Agostini talks about the 2020 lineup of films.
Alberto Cortes, CEO of Mama’s Kitchen, talks about the organization’s upcoming 30th Anniversary and its mission to provide nutritional meals to women, men and women vulnerable to hunger due to HIV, cancer or other critical illnesses. Cortes chats about the delivery of Mama’s Kitchen’s 9 millionth meal in September, along with its new congestive heart failure and Type II diabetes programs.
Gary talks with Cheyenne about her songwriting process and her participation in the upcoming Springboard West Music Festival. Cheyenne performs three original songs as well. Joining the conversation is Heather Hudson, Springboard Music Festival Executive Director.
Jess Kearney, Union-Tribune Deputy Sports Editor, and Steve Brand from the San Diego Sports Association, are joined by Steve Coover, Instructional Chair of the San Diego County Football Officials Association, to talk about the top priorities of the Association and steps to becoming a high school football official.
Mark Balmert, Executive Director of the San Diego Military Council, is joined by Union-Tribune Military Reporter Andrew Dyer to discuss the recent case involving Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher along with the human smuggling charges of marines at Camp Pendleton. Balmert chats about the December 18 SDMAC Breakfast featuring San Diego State University President, Dr. Adela de la Torre, where five scholarships will be awarded to veterans attending local colleges.
David Kramer is “One of the Most Powerful People in Entertainment” per The Hollywood Reporter. He’s Co-President of UTA, one of the top talent agencies in the world, and he took time out of his busy schedule to talk to 33N83W and his fellow UGA Bulldog community! He’s a true ambassador to the UGA brand and a testament to the caliber of alumni within the UGA community!
He talks about his start in the mail room, his rise to becoming Co-President of UTA, and how the agency stays ahead of the game. He talks about his laundry list of A-list clients, Klutch Sports (think LeBron James), and much more!
David oversees UTA’s powerhouse portfolio including motion picture literary and talent, comedy touring, endorsements and voiceover, production, media rights, publishing, and UTA IQ. Kramer joined UTA’s Agent Training Program in 1992 and built a client base that includes many of the most critically-acclaimed and top-grossing writers, directors, producers, and multi-hyphenates in the business. He serves on the Advisory Board of the prestigious Peabody Awards and on the Media and Entertainment Council for Lincoln Center.
Nancy Sasaki, President and CEO of the United Way of San Diego County, is joined by Rebekah J. Hook-Held, Chief Public Affairs & Civic Engagement Officer for the San Diego LGBT Community Center, and Maggie Ramsberger, Chief, Agency Operations Integrative Services Division of the County of San Diego’s Health and Human Services Agency, to discuss the importance of ensuring that all populations are counted in the 2020 Census. Ramsberger, Hook-Held and Sasaki chat about the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Coalition’s work to provide free tax preparation for low-income families that resulted in eligible households receiving more than $47 million in federal and tax refunds.
Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke, Co-Authors of The Two Lila Bennetts, discuss their longtime friendship and how they have co-authored seven novels.