Join Candace and Tom as they sit down with the creators of Oakland Mills Online, Amy Brooks and Jessica Mahajan. They discuss their motivation for creating an online learning platform, how it has helped build a community, and why this is important during the COVID-19 pandemic. You’ll also learn more about how to participate, what you may learn, and even how you can sign up to teach a class!
Month: March 2020
Episode 91: “Hope is Not Cancelled” With Dr. Kathleen Tracy, Epidemiologist and Public Health official with UMD Medical Center
Tom and Candace sit down with University of Maryland Medical Center epidemiologist and public health professional Kathleen Tracy, PhD to discuss COVID-19, what to expect in the months ahead, and the other public health issues this crisis has exposed. Dr. Tracy makes some recommendations on self-care and empathy that you won’t want to miss. Read More
In November of 2018, County Executive Calvin Ball appointed Howard County’s first Chief Innovation Officer – Angela Cabellon. In this episode, Candace and Tom had the opportunity to sit down with Ms. Cabellon to discuss her new role, innovation grants, and the policy pillars that guide Howard County decision-making. Read More
Baltimore City Council-member Brandon Scott was born and raised in Baltimore City. He’s now running for Mayor to “break the status quo” and implement a new vision on crime, education, and support services. Among the ideas Scott is considering is a Universal Basic Income for Baltimore City residents, which received great prominence during the Presidential Democratic Primary. Read More