11 episodes

Why is Atlanta the innovation capital of the Southeast?
Might Could, a new series from The Hatchery, Emory Center for Innovation, seeks to answer that question in conversation with innovation thought leaders and disruptors in non-profits, higher education, and industry who are making Atlanta a city of the future.

Might Could- Stories of Innovation in the ATL The Hatchery

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Why is Atlanta the innovation capital of the Southeast?
Might Could, a new series from The Hatchery, Emory Center for Innovation, seeks to answer that question in conversation with innovation thought leaders and disruptors in non-profits, higher education, and industry who are making Atlanta a city of the future.

    Might Could with Chuck and Stacy Reece of Salvation South

    Might Could with Chuck and Stacy Reece of Salvation South

    Why is Atlanta the innovation capital of the Southeast? Might Could, a podcast series from The Hatchery, Emory Center for Innovation, seeks to answer that question in conversation with innovation thought leaders and disruptors in non-profits, higher education, and industry who are making Atlanta a city of the future.Today, we have the pleasure of welcoming special guests Chuck and Stacy Reece, co-founders of Salvation South. Chuck was previously co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Bitter Southerner, which aimed to debunk stereotypes about our region by uncovering the American South in all its truth and complexity, and is now editor-in-chief of Salvation South. Stacy is President of Down South House & Home, which offers high quality Southern themed home goods with clean classic designs, and now co-founder and head of merchandise for Salvation South. Salvation South aims to celebrate the unique Southern culture that unifies us all and explore some of our current divisions in the hope that we can begin having civil conversations, perhaps not always agreeing with each other, but walking away as friends.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Might Could with LeAndra Jordan

    Might Could with LeAndra Jordan

    Why is Atlanta the innovation capital of the Southeast? Might Could, a podcast series from The Hatchery, Emory Center for Innovation, seeks to answer that question in conversation with innovation thought leaders and disruptors in non-profits, higher education, and industry who are making Atlanta a city of the future.Today’s special guest is LeAndra Jordan, currently Sr. Program Manager and Site lead, The Garage at Microsoft Atlanta, where she has also held the position of Program Manager. She is an entrepreneur, and has as a Georgia Work Ready Administrator, acting as a direct public liaison for the Georgia Work Ready Partnership and contributing to the successful certification of over 1,500 examinees in the Clayton County area; as a consultant for Clayton Statue University; and as Regional Lead for the Microsoft Certified Trainer Program. In her current role, she designs programs and experiences for Microsoft employees, customers, and partners that drive collaboration, creativity, and experimentation. The motto “doers, not talkers,” is at the core of what The Garage is, and what it delivers.

    • 45 min
    Might Could with Jamie Lackey

    Might Could with Jamie Lackey

    Why is Atlanta the innovation capital of the Southeast? Might Could, a podcast series from The Hatchery, Emory Center for Innovation, seeks to answer that question in conversation with innovation thought leaders and disruptors in non-profits, higher education, and industry who are making Atlanta a city of the future. On Friday, December 10, The Hatchery welcomed special guest Jamie Lackey, CEO of Helping Mamas, Inc., to hear how her background in social work led her to become a nonprofit innovator. Jamie Lackey is Founder and CEO of Helping Mamas, an Atlanta-based nonprofit that works with over 150 agencies throughout metro Atlanta to provide essential baby items and period products to families that need them most.

    • 56 min
    Might Could with Andrea Jaron and Deep Kalina

    Might Could with Andrea Jaron and Deep Kalina

    Why is Atlanta the innovation capital of the Southeast? Might Could, a podcast series from The Hatchery, Emory Center for Innovation, seeks to answer that question in conversation with innovation thought leaders and disruptors in non-profits, higher education, and industry who are making Atlanta a city of the future. Register now to join The Hatchery on November 12, 12-1pm ET, for a special conversation with two local innovators working to reduce food waste and address food insecurity in Metro Atlanta. Andrea Jaron is Executive Director at Second Helpings Atlanta, a nonprofit that rescues surplus food and redistributes it to those in need. She previously served as chief development officer for Meals On Wheels Atlanta, and leverages her background in development and law to promote the welfare of others. Deep Kalina is the founder and CEO of IntuitioLabs, an Atlanta-based, full-service agency specializing in product design, development, and performance marketing. With a global team of 80+ strategists, designers, developers, and marketers, they help businesses create and scale award-winning digital products and applications. Deep is a member of the board of Second Helpings Atlanta. This is your chance to hear Andrea and Deep’s invaluable perspectives on on addressing food insecurity, and to ask your questions about innovating to address the needs of those in Metro Atlanta.

    • 54 min
    Might Could with Anne Dennington and Charmaine Minniefield

    Might Could with Anne Dennington and Charmaine Minniefield

    Why is Atlanta the innovation capital of the Southeast?Might Could, a podcast series from The Hatchery, Emory Center for Innovation, seeks to answer that question in conversation with innovation thought leaders and disruptors in non-profits, higher education, and industry who are making Atlanta a city of the future.This week is a special conversation with arts innovators Anne Dennington and Charmaine Minniefield.As Executive Director of Flux Projects, Anne Dennington produces temporary public art projects that connect and grow artists and audiences in Atlanta through the creative power of place. As a visual artist and artist activist, Charmaine Minniefield seeks to preserve Black narratives by creating public art in communities affected by gentrification and erasure.The two recently collaborated on Remembrance as Resistance: Preserving Black Narratives, honoring over 800 recently-discovered, unmarked African American graves in Atlanta’s Oakland Cemetery.This is your chance to hear their perspectives on how the arts can reclaim lost narratives, shift perspectives, and galvanize communities—and to ask them your questions on art and innovation.See all events

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Might Could with Sanjay Parekh

    Might Could with Sanjay Parekh

    Why is Atlanta the innovation capital of the Southeast?Might Could, a podcast series from The Hatchery, Emory Center for Innovation, seeks to answer that question in conversation with innovation thought leaders and disruptors in non-profits, higher education, and industry who are making Atlanta a city of the future.This week we are joined by Sanjay Parekh, Serial Technology Entrepreneur. Sanjay is currently the founder of Mirage Data, a startup focused on securing data to prevent data leaks, and a co-founder of both TogetherLetters, a service for groups to share without using social media, and Edgewise, a marketing content creation company that uses podcasts as a content engine. He is also a co-host of Tech Talk Y'all, a tech news comedy podcast.His startup journey started as the founding CEO of Digital Envoy, and inventor of the company’s patented NetAcuity IP intelligence technology. Digital Envoy was acquired by Landmark Communications in 2007, and Sanjay then launched Startup Riot, a conference for startups that pioneered the three-minute, four-slide presentation format. He is also an inventor on twelve issued U.S. patents.

    • 52 min

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