47: Mimi Finch: A Profile in Becoming the Leader You Never Had

Join Becky as she interviews her Tactical Officer from West Point, Retired Army Officer and Defense Contractor Mimi Finch, and listen to their conversation about the seminal moments that molded Mimi into the leader and person she is today. A champion of the underdog...

46: Brenda Sue Fulton: A Profile of Personal Courage

Like many of Becky’s mentors, Army Veteran Brenda Sue Fulton’s list of accomplishments is longer than a CVS receipt and chock full of lasting impact. Weaving her activism with community building, she has been a key player in ending the military’s discriminatory “don’t...

44: Susan Rivers Interviews Becky Margiotta

Mentorship is often thought of as unidirectional – flowing from the mentor to mentee. In this upcoming season, I interviewed a baker’s dozen of my mentors – people who were there to guide me through some of my biggest leadership challenges – to find...

43: Elizabeth Cushing “Shift Aims to Scale Joy”

Anyone who has attended our workshops on how to design large-scale change is familiar with Playworks, a nonprofit organization based in Oakland, CA. With their permission, we present a case study of their plans to go to scale as a way to teach people how to set...

42: Nicole Hockley “Mission Doesn’t Happen Without People”

On this episode we welcome back Nicole Hockley, a dear friend and force of nature, for a conversation about how Sandy Hook Promise scaled their proven prevention programs through a pandemic.  Nicole generously talks us through SHP’s focus on scale, equity,...

40: Dr. Christine Ortiz, “Equity is a Verb, not a Noun.”

Listen in on this episode for an insightful and deeply personal conversation about why equity is a verb with our friend, Dr. Christine Ortiz, Founder of Equity Meets Design. Christine invites us to get curious about the ways philanthropy and the nonprofit sector can...