Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Sacramento Area

Original airdate: 09/27/2019. For more than 100 years nationally, Big Brothers Big Sisters has created and supported one-to-one mentoring relationships with youths ​​who come from predominantly low-income and single-parent families. CEO Reese Scherber and Board Chair Sean Filippini join host

Women in Politics

Original airdate: 09/20/2019. The 19th Amendment to the US Constitution in 1919 provided women the right to vote. In celebration of 100 years of the amendment, Heather Fargo from the Capital Women’s Campaign and Diana Madoshi from the National Women’s

State of Charter Schools

Original airdate: 08/23/2019. The ability for parents to choose the path for their children’s education continues the conversation on charter versus public schools. Margaret Fortune sits down with host Scott Syphax in partnership with American Leadership Forum to discuss the

Next Generation of Physicians

Original airdate: 08/16/2019. A new generation of physicians are stepping forward with their own perspectives on the future of better wellness for patients. Dr. Maria Guadalupe Garnica Albor from UC Davis Health sits down with Host Scott Syphax to discuss

Ed Goldman

Original airdate: 8/9/2019. Columnist Ed Goldman has been interviewing the who’s who and the who might be of this region for almost 50 years. Ed sits down with host Scott Syphax to talk about his life, his career, and his

Robotic Surgery

Original airdate: 06/28/2019: Robotic surgery is a type of minimally invasive surgery. Doctors Bahareh Nejad and Mohamed Ali from UC Davis Health join host Scott Syphax to talk about the pioneering method and how it is used.

30 Years of the Sacramento News and Review

Original airdate: 06/21/2019: Jeff vonKaenel is the publisher of the Sacramento, Chico, and Reno News and Review alternative newspapers. The Sacramento News & Review is celebrating 30 years in business. He joins host Scott Syphax to talk about the state

Measure U Spending

Original airdate: 06/14/2019: Flojaune Cofer serves on the Measure U Community Advisory Committee, working to ensure effective oversight of the new 1-cent Measure U tax dollars in Sacramento. She joins host Scott Syphax to talk about how the 15-person committee

Crystal Nugs

Original airdate: 05/10/2019: Crystal Nugs is Sacramento’s first 100 percent minority and woman-owned Licensed Marijuana Home Delivery Service. Maisha Bahati joins host Scott Syphax to talk about their business and the industry.

Inclusive Economic Development

Original airdate: 05/03/2019: With the recent passing of Sacramento’s Measure U, what changes can be made to build the city’s economy through the influence and actions of all participants in society? Pat Fong Kushida – CEO of the Sacramento Asian