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Episode 26: Jeneé Osterheldt: Making Resistance Beautiful
May 17, 2023
Jeneé Osterheldt is a culture columnist for The Boston Globe who covers identity and social justice through the lens of culture and the arts. Her multimedia series for the Globe, A Beautiful Resistance, centers Black voices and celebrates Black Joy. She joined the Globe in 2018. A native of Alexandria, Va. and a graduate of Norfolk State University, Osterheldt was a 2017 Nieman Fellow at Harvard, where her studies focused on the intersection of art and justice.
Episode 25: Andrés Holder: Must Be The Music
May 3, 2023
In his own words, Andrés Holder is “living the dream” – as Executive Director at Boston Children’s Chorus, he brings over ten years of experience in performing arts management through his work with Gala Hispanic Theatre, Arena Stage, and The Washington Ballet. Born and raised in Panamá, Andrés moved to the United States to pursue his education at the University of Michigan (UM) and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from UM’s School of Music, Theatre, and Dance.
Episode 24: Rev. Willie Bodrick: Following the Call
April 19, 2023
Reverend Willie Bodrick, with his roots in Atlanta, GA represented by Congressman John Lewis himself, has been living his life aspiring to the framework of “good trouble” in his advocacy and community engagement. In this episode, Rev. Bodrick shares his journey that led him to Boston and his work with the historic Twelfth Baptist Church in Roxbury and in the community leadership positions around the city.
Episode 23: Corean Reynolds: We Come Alive in the Nighttime
April 5, 2023
Corean Reynolds explores her new role as the first appointed Director of Nightlife Economy for the City of Boston, sharing how her perspective was shaped during college and in past roles most recently as the Director of Economic Inclusion at the Boston Foundation. Prior to her work at the Boston Foundation, Reynolds supported Workforce, Supplier, and Diversity Development at the Massachusetts Gaming Commission.