Speaker Date Topic
Hyon Kim Sep 18, 2019
North Korean Refugees: Roadblocks to Freedom

Get a brief glimpse into the North Korean story many rarely hear. Hyon Kim began her life in “one Korea” and was separated from her family at the age of four years when the Korean War began. Weaving together her personal story and a brief history of the Korean Peninsula, she shares why working with North Korean refugees claims her action and her compassion. She says, “This is a truly important issue –important for global stability, important for the Korean people, and important for the cause of global human rights.

Kurt Nelson & Tim Houlihan Sep 25, 2019
So you want to start a podcast: lessons learned from producing over 80 episodes of Behavioral Groove

Podcasting is growing at unbelievable rates.  It is estimated that over 30% of the US population will listen to a podcast in 2019 up from less than 10% five years ago.  Tim and Kurt will overview some of the stats of podcasting and relate the lessons they’ve learned, the plusses and minuses, and highlight the keys to success from producing and publishing over 80 episodes of their own.

District Governor Russ Michaletz Oct 02, 2019
State of Rotary
Kathleen Coskran Oct 09, 2019
Reimagining Prison

The deluge of books and articles about mass incarceration shows that we are aware of the problem, worried about the causes, and struggling to find solutions. Coskran will explore ways to reimagine prison in the United States through the story of one man's 40-year saga in American justice systems.

No Morning Meeting Oct 16, 2019
Foundation Dinner in evening at Jax Cafe
Mark Labovitz Oct 23, 2019
North Loop Hotel
Jeff Meacham Oct 30, 2019
Vocational Service