Month: January 2019

Episode 15: Headwaters Foundation

Change work is hard. Finding funding for that change work can be daunting.  Good news! The Headwaters Foundation has a $100,000,000 endowment and is ready and eager to support positive change in Western Montana

For Episode 15 of Insight on Impact, Brenda Solorzano, CEO of the Headwaters Foundation, comes on the show to talk about how Headwaters approaches philanthropy much differently than traditional organizations, what she learned from drinking 500 cups of coffee with folks across Western Montana, and why Headwaters has chosen to put so much of their time, effort, and resources behind a new 0-5 Early Childhood initiative.

Visit http://headwatersmt.org to learn more!

 

Episode 14: Missoula Police Department’s Sgt. Stonesifer

Episode 14 Featuring the Missoula Police Department’s own Sergeant Matt Stonesifer is now available!  We discuss innovations that MPD has implemented to address emerging issues in our community, his thoughts on the notion that police are the last line of defense for many social ills, how he personally copes with the many challenges of his job, and much more!

Check out MPD’s website here:  https://www.ci.missoula.mt.us/332/Police-Department

Also, learn about MPD’s Citizen’s Law Enforcement Academy here! https://www.ci.missoula.mt.us/382/Citizen-Academy

Episode 13: Zootown Arts Community Center (ZACC)

Executive Director Kia Liszak comes on the show to talk about some of ZACC’s programs like Girls Rock Camp, why access to the arts is so stinkin’ important, and the ZACC’s exciting progress in their campaign for a bigger, better and more accessible home for their programs – and much more!

Learn more about the ZACC at zootownarts.org or learn more about the ZACC’s future home at newzacc.org!