The Entrepreneur’s Guide to the Galaxy. Hosted by entrepreneurs Neil Senturia and Barbara Bry. This podcast, produced in San Diego, California, focuses on innovation, entrepreneurship, finance and business.
Forty years plus, the evolution will be televised...or streamed
Mark Schulze formed his company, Crystal Pyramid Productions, in 1981. He and Patty Mooney met in 1982. Right after that, they began working together as dynamic video producers. Since that time, they have shot, produced and edited hundreds of videos for a myriad of clients. Barbara and Neil talk about their success as an entrepreneurial married couple.
A League of Our Own
In Barbara's heroic mission to provide internet access to all, she invites the leader of The League of Amazing Programmers. Led by Executive Director, Sarah Cooper, this non-profit school is teaching advanced programming skills to our youngest San Diegans. Neil poses the profound question, "Are you ready for what you think you want?"
(Originally aired 17May21)
From Possible Partner to Serving Survivors
Free to Thrive helps empower survivors to overcome obstacles to regaining their lives. In this episode Barbara and Neil introduce creator, Jaime Beck who leads one of only a few nonprofits nationally dedicated to helping survivors deal with legal problems stemming from their captivity. In addition to criminal record erasure, survivors often face the need for court orders to protect them from ongoing harassment by traffickers and their agents.
(Originally aired 10May21)
Fundraising for the Modern Nonprofit is Simply Classy
Scot Chisholm, Executive Chairman and Founder, talks to Barbara and Neil about how a pub crawl fundraiser in San Diego turned into Classy.org. Recently raising a record setting $118 million dollars, they are making changes for a sustainable, impactful future for nonprofit organizations.
(Originally aired 3May21)
Father, May I? ( have internet )
Art and Barbara speak with the father of the cell phone, Martin Cooper. He reveals an obvious, revolutionary solution to filling the digital divide in San Diego that has been exasperated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
(Originally aired 8April21)
Design, FROTH, Art, and Porn - You know it when you see it...
Neil reminds us that FROTH is real. Barbara invites MaeLin Levine and Michelle Morris of the Design Forward Alliance to answer, "What makes good design in San Diego?" while introducing a great opportunity to redefine, or redesign, the San Diego story for the rest of the World.
(Originally aired 22April21)