The Paul Spradley Show

The Paul Spradley Show

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Let’s face it, given our social and political climate, maybe all of us need a refresh on how to be in right relationships with each other. In this show, I’ll explore leadership, diversity, and inclusion by pulling authentic stories and practices from my guest. You’ll laugh, think and hopefully respond. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepaulspradleyshow/support


S1:E12 Chaz Kellem
Feb 24 • 28 min
My guest this week is, Mr. Chaz Kellem. Chaz is the director of the office of Pittserves- a community service arm of the division of student affairs at the University of Pittsburg. Chaz was born with brittle bone disease and at 36 years old he has broken…
S1:E11 Ryan Driscoll, Esq
Jan 20 • 29 min
Meet Ryan Driscoll, the executive director of the Christian Immigration Advocacy Center in Pittsburg Pennsylvania. This is a non-profit law firm that specializes in immigration law. Their main objective is to see to refugees and immigrants that are…
S1:E10 Kate Lovelace
Jan 13 • 29 min
My guest this episode is an attorney and advocate licensed to practice law in Colorado and Pennsylvania. Though she is a New York native but calls Pittsburgh her home. Wife, mother of twins and loves to travel. Supervises law students at school of law.…
S:1E9 Donnie GrayIII (part 2)
Jan 8 • 23 min
My guest on this episode is Mr. Donnie Gray III. Donnie is the Customer Relations Manager for P&W BMW in Pittsburgh. In this episode, Donnie recaps his incredible coming of age story as told in part 1, while exploring new subjects including “banning the…
S:1E9 Donnie Gray III (part 1)
Jan 6 • 29 min
My guest on this episode is Mr. Donnie Gray III. Donnie is the Customer Relations Manager for P&W BMW in Pittsburgh. In this episode, Donnie tells an incredible story about how an arrest at an early age ended up being a pivotal moment in Examples of care…
S1:E8 1Nation Mentoring
Dec 16, 2019 • 28 min
My guests on this episode are the founders of 1Nation mentoring, an organization that provides character coaching and in-school and out of school services for African American males ages 4-19 years old. Mr. Kevin McNair, Mr. Lloyd Cheatom, and Mr. Sam…
S1.E7- Pam Golden of the Pittsburgh Child Guidance Foundation
Nov 6, 2019 • 29 min
Pam Golden is the Executive Director of the Pittsburgh Child Guidance Foundation an organization that supports initiatives able to deliver advocacy, prevention and aid to some 4000 children experiencing homelessness in the Pittsburgh region. Really…
S1:E6 Eric Guy
Oct 18, 2019 • 30 min
Eric Guy is the Founder and Executive Director at the Center for Victory, an organization focused on empowering people, enhancing cultures and elevating organizations. A few gold nuggets from this interview include: People are motivated when they get what…
S1:E5 Dr. Vladamir St. Surin
Oct 1, 2019 • 28 min
Dr. Vladimir St. Surin is the Dean of the Community College of Allegheny County, Homewood Brushton, and breaks down his quote “It’s only at the edge of being uncomfortable that you begin to learn… Growth and comfort can’t coexist”. A few top take-aways…
S1:E4: Dr. Brenda J. Allen
Sep 20, 2019 • 29 min
Dr. Brenda Allen is a professor emeritus from The University of Colorado Denver, who, for over 30 years led the university’s diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) efforts. Though regarded as one of the nations top DEI educators, Dr. Allen is a…
S:1E3 Dr. Soren Fanning
Sep 11, 2019 • 29 min
Dr. Soren Fanning is a Professor of History at Robert Morris University. In this incredibly engaging conversation which felt like a roller coaster ride, we dive into a topics such as: Identity: How it’s connected to our decision making, and why…
S1:E2 Jessica Spradley
Sep 1, 2019 • 29 min
Sociologist and Co-Founder of the Care Based Leadership Collaborative starts and ends our talk with her “WHY” which is, “I want to be able to empower people to have multiple lenses to look through”. In this episode, three big takeaways include: Jessica…
S1:E1- Evans Moore
Aug 1, 2019 • 28 min
Evans Moore tells an incredible story of how he went from star athlete, to college student, to gang member to national community organizer. A few of the big takeaways include: A fresh perspective on how we think about prisoners Understand the action, but…