Podcasts

Ep. 1: The Room Where It Happened with Delora Sanchez Ifekauche and Keiffer Mitchell Jr.

Join us for the inaugural edition of The Lobby- a recreation of the room where it all happens, suitable for today's environment. For our first episode, we invited Keiffer Jackson Mitchell Jr., Chief Legislative Officer for the Office of  Governor Larry Hogan, and Delora Sanchez Ifekauche, Esq, Principal at Cornerstone Government Affairs to get their sense of the state of play in Maryland politics, a reading on the legacy of Maryland Senate President Emeritus Thomas V. Mike Miller, and the top three issues to watch this session.

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Ep. 1: The Room Where It Happened with Delora Sanchez Ifekauche and Keiffer Mitchell Jr.
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08. Recent lessons in Supreme Court nominations with Beth Levine

Partner at KO Public Affairs, Beth Levine has a unique resume with 16 years leading communications efforts for U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley and the Senate Judiciary Committee. Levine's career with the Senate Judiciary was capped off with her at the helm of communications surrounding the Gorsuch nomination.

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08. Recent lessons in Supreme Court nominations with Beth Levine
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07. Reading List for a Common Language with Senator McCray and Delegate Korman

The chasms between rural and urban districts have widened. How are state legislators bridging the divide to find common ground and keep the train on the rails?

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07. Reading List for a Common Language with Senator McCray and Delegate Korman
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06. The Value of Being Local with Alicia Wilson

Join us for a discussion with the Vice President of Economic Development for Johns Hopkins University and Medical system and stalwart community advocate, Alicia Wilson.

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06. The Value of Being Local with Alicia Wilson
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05. The digital divide before and after a global pandemic with Gigi Sohn

In episode five, Distinguished Fellow at the Georgetown Law Institute for Technology Law & Policy and Benton Senior Fellow, Gigi Sohn explains the digital access divide as framed by the COVID-19 pandemic.  Our first four conversations with medical professionals, we talked about the current crisis and the tool kits being utilized by caregivers to meet the current need. Telehealth, often requiring stable access to broadband, has been critical in flattening the curve and isn't easily attainable in communities without widespread access to broadband. That's where Sohn comes in.

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05. The digital divide before and after a global pandemic with Gigi Sohn
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