SPU Voices Podcast




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SPU Voices Podcast


The SPU Voices Podcast is a monthly interview show dedicated to telling inspiring and compelling stories. Everyone has a story. We showcase those that are both artistically rich and culturally relevant.

The more personal the story, the more universal the impact.

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Host: Amanda Stubbert

Our host is a born storyteller who studied psychology and theatre and went on to perform on stage and screen, toured as a one-woman show, and played with a late-night comedy improv troupe before landing as the director of Alumni at Seattle Pacific University, where she currently tells the stories of alumni and students worldwide.

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Producer: Kyle Brown

Our producer has been editing audio and video since he was 13, when his friends asked if he wanted to make funny videos and he took it seriously. Kyle jumped at any chance he could get to produce content, whether it was for his school, church, or job. Now he’s putting his focus into amplifying SPU voices so they can be heard everywhere.

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A Cheesy Family Business with Laurra McGregor

April 04, 2019

Laurra began her a career as a schoolteacher with no intention of returning to Peterson Cheese, a family-owned and -operated food distributor founded by her father and uncle. But along the way she discovered that running a company with, by, and for families was a calling she couldn’t ignore.

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Helping Others Tell Their Story with Cami Ostman

March 25, 2019

As a therapist (she received her master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from SPU in 2000) and a writer, Cami excels at helping people figure out what it is they really have to say. She is the author of the quest memoir Second Wind: One Woman’s Midlife Quest to Run Seven Marathons on Seven Continents.

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A Personal Journey of Reconciliation with Stephen Newby

 

March 18, 2019

As if teaching, conducting, performing, writing, and singing the national anthem for the Seattle Sounders didn’t keep Dr. Stephen Michael Newby busy enough, he has embarked on a journey of radical reconciliation that brought him from Michigan to Seattle to a graveyard in Georgia.

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