In this episode of the What to Be Show we hear from Tom Hart who shares his 30-year career journey with us working in planning and development for health clinics and hospitals in Santa Cruz County. Tom was the VP of Facility Planning and Development for Palo Alto Medical Foundation and is an active member of the Santa Cruz Sunrise Rotary Club.
Tune in to this episode of the What to Be Show to hear from Pablo Orozco-Castro who works with Encompass Community Services of Santa Cruz County. Pablo earned is degree in psychology from UC Santa Cruz before obtaining his MSW (Masters in Social Work) from Columbia University. Today Pablo works with youth in our community to help support mental health in many ways including music and so much more!
In this episode of the What to Be Show we hear from designer Jen Karno. Jen has worked an interesting and varied career from the video game industry with Sega and Electron Arts, to helping organize the bicycling race Tour of California for its Santa Cruz stops, to being a bicycling tour guide, to now teaching theatre and more at 1440 Multiversity: Immersion learning in Scotts Valley.
In this episode of the What to Be Show we hear from Elfin Saffer. Elfin has worked for the legendary surf company O'Neill for 30 years and today he handles marketing, advertising and manages the downtown retail store on Pacific Avenue. Listen as Elfin shares his stoke for his job and the love for the iconic O'Neill family.
In this episode of the What to Be Show we hear from pediatric doctor George Bunch, who was the first graduate of the University of New Mexico Medical School. Dr. Bunch also served as President of the New Mexico board of medical examiners and was later President of the New Mexico medical society. Dr. Bunch has been a Deacon and chair of many Presbyterian Church committees, as well as an active Rotarian where he has traveled the world helping people from Uganda to El Salvador.
Tune in to this episode of the What to Be Show to hear from Rowland Rebele. Rowland is a journalist, entrepreneur and so much more. Listen as Rowland talks about his career journey in the newspaper business after graduating from Stanford University and how his family's generous contribution helped build the Rebele Family Shelter.
In this episode of the What to Be Show we hear from microbiologist Jim Alberti. Jim is a Rotarian who earned his MA in microbiology and he shares his interesting career journey from operating a medical laboratory specializing in veterinary medicine to teaching at Foothill and Gavilan, to now in retirement running his Alberti vineyard in the Santa Cruz mountains and much more.
Tune in to KSQD Santa Cruz, 90. 7 FM to hear this episode of the What To Be Show. This week Melanie Dion shares her great career journey from an architect student to becoming a contractor, helping to build the first 27 Apple stores, and now running her own construction company, Cardinal Construction.
Tune in to the What to Be Show at 7pm on KSQD 90.7 FM Community Radio and streaming online at KSQD.org to hear from Brittany Maldonado-Gosline. Brittany shares her career and touching personal story working as the director at Jacob's Heart who helps to provide children's cancer support services. Also available on Spotify and SoundCloud Jacob's Heart Children's Cancer Support Services.
On this episode of the What To Be Show listen as Francis Chow shares his career journey. Francis earned his degree in business before changing careers and working with his wife to help open the Paul Mitchell school of cosmetology in San Jose where he is a learning leader.