Win the Future, hosted by Brett Broesder, features interviews with private, public, and voluntary sector leaders who are tackling the most significant challenges our communities face today aimed at making for a better tomorrow. New episodes post every Thursday, and it’s sponsored by the strategic communications firm, A Better Campaign (abettercampaign.com/winthefuture).
Melissa Muszynski: Designing for a New Normal
Melissa Muszynski, owner and lead designer of MBM design, joins the #WintheFuture podcast to discuss the impact of interior design and adjusting to a new normal.
Julie Nash: City-Centric Economic Development Trends
Julie Nash, Economic Development Director for the city of Milford, Connecticut, joins the podcast to discuss small business, real estate, residential, and transit-oriented development trends in mid-size cities statewide and nationally.
Eric Ohlsen: Uncovering Opposition Research
Eric Ohlsen, President of Ohlsen Research and Paper Trail Investigations, joins the podcast to help uncover the world of political opposition research.
Steve Rubin: Safeguarding Seniors (Part 2)
Steve Rubin — President-Elect of Connecticut’s Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (CT-NAELA) — joins the Win the Future podcast to discuss key issues in the practice of elder law in the Nutmeg State.
Joan Wilson: Safeguarding Seniors (Part 1)
Joan Wilson – a lawyer with RWC and vice president of Connecticut’s chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (CT-NAELA) – joins the podcast to discuss Connecticut’s elder law landscape, the state’s 2021 legislative session, and ways to safeguard seniors.
Xaykham Khamsyvoravong: Providence Water Works
Xaykham Khamsyvoravong (Xay), Board Chairperson for the Providence Water Authority, joins the podcast to discuss the current and future clean water landscape at the local, state, and federal levels.