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Listen to artists, entrepreneurs, and creators from the Circle City explore why they love Indianapolis, and discover how they became Made in Indy.

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    • 5.0 • 13 Ratings

Listen to artists, entrepreneurs, and creators from the Circle City explore why they love Indianapolis, and discover how they became Made in Indy.

    Oseye Boyd

    Oseye Boyd

    The Made in Indy podcast welcomes award-winning journalist & editor of the Indianapolis Recorder, Oseye Boyd.
    As editor, Oseye has launched a new engagement strategy that has attracted more readers as well as created a deeper rapport with local businesses and organizations which has raised the profile of the iconic publication in our community.
    Oseye recalls the events in her life that prompted her to pursue her passion for journalism, and we explore her ‘aha moment’ together. She reveals how performing as a narrator during a school play has guided the trajectory of her career.
    We dive into her current role at The Recorder, and how it feels like a full circle moment to return to the publication where she received her full time role as a reporter. The seasoned veteran induldges us and answers the question, “What makes a good story?” Later, Oseye shares her insight and advice for anyone who is interested in pursuing a career in journalism.
    Listen to our full conversation below + Check out the latest issue of The Indianapolis Recorder here & Keep up with all things Oseye by following her twitter here.

    • 32 min
    Carbon Neutral Indiana

    Carbon Neutral Indiana

    The Made in Indy podcast welcomes MacArthur Young Innovator award winner & Founder of Carbon Neutral Indiana; Daniel Poynter.
    Carbon Neutral Indiana is a startup nonprofit social enterprise. They help households & businesses measure and clean up their carbon footprints by increasing awareness of carbon neutrality, translating that awareness into action, and creating space for that action to become a social norm.
    Daniel defines what it means to be ‘carbon neutral,’ and why it is important for everyone to do their part in reducing their carbon footprint. We dive into what inspired him to take action, and create an enterprise that would empower others to do the same.
    Later, Daniel reveals a moment that shifted his life forever. He revisits a conversation that illuminated his desire to organize groups of individuals to create to movements that impact our world in positive ways.
     
    *Resources + Links Mentioned by Daniel:
    https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/pogues-run
    https://www.drawdown.org/
    http://www.offsetguide.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Carbon-Offset-Guide_3122020.pdf
    https://about.bnef.com/blog/carbon-offset-prices-could-increase-fifty-fold-by-2050/

    • 31 min
    Aisha Cargile

    Aisha Cargile

    The Made in Indy podcast welcomes Creative, Connector, & Managing Partner at McCord & Cargile Marketing Resources; Aisha Cargile, MBA.
    Aisha shares with us what it was like growing up in New York, relocating to the midwest, and then ultimately Indianapolis. She shares the amazing story behind her Halloween themed wedding ceremony, and how it was a dream come true.
    We dive into the topic of marketing, and Aisha explains the art of “e-introductions.” She also defines what the work “marketing” means, and breaks down 2 common marketing misnomers.
    Later, Aisha shares her insight on how important it is to find your target audience, and how the pandemic has changed the way we look at marketing forever.
    Listen to our full conversation below + Learn more about McCord & Cargile Marketing Resources here.
    Grab a copy of her latest book, A Marketing Fairy Tale: Build Your Marketing Plan Step by Easy Step here.

    • 33 min
    Kristian Little Stricklen

    Kristian Little Stricklen

    The Made in Indy podcast welcomes Visionary-leader, Relationship-builder, & President of the Madam Walker Legacy Center; Kristian Little Stricklen.
    Kristian shares what it was like growing up in the Butler-Tarkington area, and how attending college at the HBCU; Jackson State University helped to shape her perspective & goals. We explore the importance of building relationships in your community, and how that can guide the trajectory of your lived experiences. We also dive into the topic of using your resources, and how always doing your best can lead you to the next level in your life.
    Later, we discuss the legacy and impact of the Madame Walker Legacy Center. Kristian reveals how Walker’s legacy of community-building has driven her to carve a unique path as the President of the Center. Plus we get an inside perspective of the $15million dollar renovation that the Center has undergone.
    Listen to our full conversation below + Learn more about the Madame Walker Legacy Center here

    • 43 min
    Noah Malone

    Noah Malone

    On November 4th, 2021 the Hub for Black Affairs and Community Engagement invited Paralympic Gold and Silver Medalist Noah Malone to sit down for a candid conversation with Made in Indy.
    Together we discover Noah's Process of Becoming that allowed him to evolve into a champion at the Tokyo Paralympic games, and become one of the fastest sprinters in the world.
    As we enter a new year that's filled with ongoing struggles along with unlimited possibilities and hope; We invite you to join us in exploring the process of becoming the best version of ourselves. Consider how each obstacle we face is an invitation to go beyond what we believe is possible.
    Listen to our full conversation below + Click here to follow Noah’s journey. We are so grateful to Dr. Terri Jett for creating such a sacred space in the ongoing Black Intellectual Series. Learn more about the Hub for Black Affairs and Community Engagement, and how you can contribute by clicking here.

    • 36 min
    Katina Washington

    Katina Washington

    The Made in Indy podcast welcomes Creator & Founder of SHE. Xperience and SHE. Event Indy; Katina Washington. The SHE. Event Indy provides venues for Black-owned businesses to increase their customers & revenue, learn sound business practices, build relationships, and circulate their dollars within the Black community.
    Katina shares with us the inspiration behind SHE. Event, and how it began as a project to support Black women as a platform to showcase their goods and services. We dive into why she believes her entire suite of SHE. offerings has become a phenomenon, and resonated with with so many people. Later Katina shares her insight on the importance of networking, and gives advice on how to genuinely connect with creators in your circle.
    Listen to our full conversation below + Learn more about SHE. Experience here

    • 35 min

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Mr.Kendall is the best

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Kendall is the star

Absolutely love Kendall’s personality and the idea that he brought to life: exploring the scene in Indi. Will be waiting for Los Angeles edition! Five stars! Great job!

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Fun and funny!

I really like Kendall’s approach to getting the info you want to know from a successful person, but also getting to know the person too!! Lol I’m salivating for a burger and imagining Jon’s family and touched by his non ability to make his moms casserole!! This is a really cool podcast

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