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Thriving, Not Surviving, is Key to San Diego Oasis’ Success With Seniors; New Facility to Open in 2023

Kristen Amicone, Director of Intergenerational Programs for San Diego Oasis, discusses the organization’s mission to promote and embrace lifelong learning, health and wellness and community involvement through intergenerational programs. Amicone talks about Oasis’ purchase of a two-story building in Rancho Bernardo, scheduled to open in 2023.

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WWII “Battle of the Bulge” Paratrooper Shares Harrowing Stories of Epic Battle

Vincent J. Speranza, a U.S. Army “Battle of the Bulge” paratrooper, chats about his stories of combat and liberation. Speranza is joined by CJ Machado, CEO and Founder of Force-Con, a recently held three-day event that unites military and civilian forces for the “Greater Good” — supporting veteran advocacy.

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Synergy is the Name of the Game for Learning Institute

Dr. Julie Ducharme, President of Synergy Learning Institute, chats about her company’s mission to serve veterans and its “Our Boots to Heels” and “Lead and Empower Her She Talks” programs.

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Leichtag Foundation and Impact Cubed Team to Build Nonprofit Capacity and Philanthropy in San Diego County

Sharyn Goodson, Vice President of Philanthropy for the venerable Leichtag Foundation and Impact Cubed, discusses the Foundation’s vast impact on the lives of thousands of San Diego County residents through the programs and services of the myriad nonprofit organizations supported by the Foundation.

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Level 5 | Culture, Curriculum, Career Pathways with Jorrel Batac, NASEF Scholastic Fellows Program

In this episode, co-hosts Jeff Mohr and Alicia Gallegos-Butters have a great conversation with Jorrel Batac, the Director of the Scholastic Fellows Program with NASEF – the North American Scholastic Esports Federation, a leading organization in using eSports and curriculum development to provide students with 21st Century learning skills.

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Level 4 | Recruiting & Teambuilding | Leveling Up With Pepperdine University

In this episode, listen to co-hosts Jeff Mohr and Alicia Gallegos-Butters discuss the ins and outs of recruiting, teambuilding and the college pipeline with Ross Bolton, the Director of Campus Recreation and eSports at Pepperdine, joined by two students and gamers from Pepperdine, Grace Ramsey and Kyle Griffith.

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Level 3 | What Parents Should Know with Wayne Ross, High Tech High

In this episode, co-hosts Jeff Mohr and Alicia Gallegos-Butters have an incredible, multi-topic discussion with Wayne Ross, the eSports Coordinator at High Tech High. Wayne, as a gamer, father of a gamer, teacher and Coach, shares some really good information and insights for parents whose students may be gaming or thinking of gaming.

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Level 2 | Powering Up eSports in San Diego with Alicia Gallegos-Butters, Director, San Diego County Office of Education

In this episode, Jeff Mohr, the host, turns the table on his co-host, Alicia Gallegos-Butters, the Director of Education Technology for the Innovation Division of the San Diego County Office of Education.

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Level 0 | A Talk With Susan Lyon, Parent of A Professional Gamer

In this episode we dive into the realm of eSports in education and discover what the future holds for future students and parents. Charles Parisi (CEO, Cloudcast Media) speaks with Susan Lyon (parent) and gives an introduction to eSports and discusses the variety of topics that will be coming to you soon.

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