2021 Plugged In Segment Round Up

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We enjoyed a great year of podcasting, going behind the scenes of local businesses, and hearing insights from Springfield leaders on our “Plugged In” episodes of the SGF Insider Podcast. 2021 was the year we launched the SGF Insider Podcast in partnership with the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce, and we’re looking forward to another great year and great interviews to come! Enjoy a quick rundown of all our “Plugged In” interviewees below, and go check out any episodes you missed wherever you get your podcasts.

  • Turning Advocacy into Action, Laura Farmer & Rebecca Weber (CASA of Southwest Missouri) – December 2021
  • Make Something in SGF, Jeff Houghton (The Mystery Hour) – November 2021
  • Networking & Advocacy in SGF, Darline Mabins (Minorities in Business) – October 2021
  • Creating Community Identity, John McQueary & Joel Thomas (SGF Identity Project) – September 2021
  • Building Community with Greenways, Mary Kromrey (Ozark Greenways) – August 2021
  • K9s for Camo, John Lopez (K9s for Camo) – July 2021
  • Developing Equity in the Workplace, Tyree Davis IV (CPO Community DEI Director) – June 2021
  • Removing Stigma in Mental Health, CJ Davis (Burrell Behavioral Health) – May 2021
  • Virtual Learning, Dr. Nichole Lemmon (LAUNCH) – April 2021
  • Placemaking in SGF, Tim Rosenbury (City of Springfield) – March 2021
  • A Community Built on Strengths, Dr. Alina Lehnert (Lehnert Leadership Group) – February 2021
  • Ujima Language & Literacy, Dr. Shurita Thomas-Tate & Monica Horton (Ujima Language & Literacy) – January 2021

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