Echoing Green is thrilled to launch season three of On Course, our podcast that explores the collective impact of social innovators working to advance equity and justice in education, climate, tech, and more across the U.S. and the world.
Season three of On Course connects the personal journeys of social innovators to broader social change ecosystems. Featuring Echoing Green Fellows in dialogue with each other about the joy, creativity, successes, and challenges of social transformation, this season explores what motivates people to take action and what it can look like to contribute to thriving communities.
Don’t miss these conversations on leading in times of crisis, finding community on the entrepreneurial journey, and holding on to optimism in the face of disrupting systemic racism and other oppressive forces.
As multiple crises are converging to threaten progress and systemic transformation, our challenge ahead is to reimagine and redesign. We’re talking to people who are up to the task.
Season 3 Episodes
Apr. 7 — Episode 1
Honoring Black Women’s Brilliance with Lori Robinson and Rachel Johnson-Farias
Apr. 14 — Episode 2
Supporting Thriving Immigrant Communities with Reyna Montoya and Swapna Reddy
Apr. 21 — Episode 3
Backing Bold Ideas with Maya Ajmera and Felecia Hatcher
Apr. 28 — Episode 4
Protecting Black Genius with Tony Weaver Jr. and William Jackson
May 5 — Episode 5
Investing in Community Impact with Gemma Bulos and Gayatri Datar
May 12 — Episode 6
Leveraging Tech for Social Change with Heejae Lim and Daquan Oliver
On Course is presented with support from the Citi Foundation, which works to promote economic progress in communities around the world. Since 2018, Echoing Green and the Citi Foundation have worked together to build a more inclusive social entrepreneurship sector by supporting emerging innovators of color who are accelerating progress and transformation across the United States. Together, we are taking action to advance racial equity and help next-generation leaders access the resources, networks, and support they need to increase social inclusion in their communities and help close the racial wealth gap.