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Ready for a deeper dive into the core aspects of entrepreneurship in today’s world? 

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Enter the CHCA Entrepreneurial Podcast.  With topics ranging from starting a business to conscious capitalism, from brand awareness to tips on networking, the podcast introduces listeners to a variety of diverse voices and key ideas.  Guests include alumni, business owners, entrepreneurs, and even current students.

While the episodes are designed for students in our Entrepreneurial Program, the podcast is available on all major podcast platforms so that anyone can subscribe and listen. 

For an opportunity to sponsor a podcast episode or season, or to express interest in being a podcast guest, contact Stephen.Carter@chca-oh.org


Season Two

Xander Wynn

Xander Wynn owns and operates X.Wynn Films, a business specializing in videography and photography. And he’s only 17 years old. His story of his entrepreneurship journey is nothing short of inspirational.
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Xander Wynn Started a Business as a Teenager ... be inspired by his journey.

Dr. Jeremy Flowers

Dr. Flowers discusses the need to get different people in the room, the importance of listening and understanding, the need to create an equal playing field, and the necessity of establishing a culture of diversity.
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Dr. Flowers explores Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Entrepreneurship

Kyle Peterson

Kyle Peterson—Deputy Director of Entrepreneurship at Cedarville University--provides unique insights into what students interested in entrepreneurship studies should know to experience success.
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Kyle Peterson
reveals what entrepreneurship students should know

Sarah Sloyan

Sarah Sloyan, the Senior Vice President of EntreLeadership, part of the Dave Ramsey Network, shares her thoughts on leadership, team building, and delegation while also dealing with finding balance in one's life.
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Sarah Sloyan
explains that leadership starts by "leading yourself"

Wes Duren

Wes Duren, co-owner of Marvin's Organic Gardens, is part entrepreneur, part educator, and part gardener. In this throwback episode from an interview in 2019, he discusses edible landscaping and organic gardening.
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Wes Duren
shares insights on edible landscaping and organic gardening in Entrepreneur and Landscaper

Bill Rempe

Bill Rempe, president and co-founder of Velvet Hammer Branding, provides insights into increasing consumer engagement, answering the "Why" of each business, and understanding how branding impacts each individual.
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Bill Rempe
informs us why Branding is Storytelling

Cordia Harrington

Recently named one of Forbes America's richest self-made women, Cordia Harrington, CEO and President of the Bun Company, makes the case that the path to success is to persist through difficult times.
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Cordia Harrington
tells how she is Persisting Through Difficult Times

Christine Sandoval

This owner of Cocoon Coffee in Mason, OH breaks down the entrepreneur's journey and describes her experience starting a coffee shop bent on providing outstanding coffee, service, and atmosphere.
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Christine Sandoval
describes her journey to Start a Business

David Taylor

David Taylor, chairman and CEO of Procter & Gamble, discusses leadership lessons along with environmental and social initiatives at the company and why P&G is taking such a strong stand on sustainability.

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David Taylor shares Insights as the CEO of P&G

Jim McCarthy

Jim McCarthy, co-founder and former president of Intelligrated, shares his insights (many of which he developed in the Marine Corps) on everything from work ethic and relationships to taking risks and discipline.

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Jim McCarthy
shares his Lessons in Leadership

Scott Collins

Scott Collins, president and CEO of Linkage, discusses the need to empower your team, to create empathy for the customer, to craft discovery questions, and to bring about ideation and innovation. 
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Scott Collins fuels your thinking about Empathy, Ideation, Innovation

Alex Judd

Former host of the EntreLeadership Podcast, Alex Judd, the founder of Path for Growth, touches on the need for authenticity, a case for integrity, the importance of balance, and the necessity of personal growth.
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Alex Judd guides you toward your Passion and Calling

Tim Schigel

As a managing partner of Refinery Ventures, Tim Schigel knows the entrepreneurial mindset. He discusses the importance of servant leadership and time management to handle a hyper-growth atmosphere.
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Tim Schigel 
reveals an Entrepreneurial Mindset

Diana Andrew

Diana Andrew from the Urban Green Lab in Nashville lays out a clear definition of sustainable living alongside tips and techniques to achieve such a lifestyle.

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Diana Andrew
helps us understand Sustainable Living


Season One

Max Vonderhaar '21

In addition to being a CHCA student, Max Vonderhaar '21 is an avid chef who is known throughout the CHCA community for his culinary skills--skills he hones by cooking for his lucky family members and friends.
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Max Vonderhaar '21 
explores being a Student Chef

Kam Siu

Kam Siu, entrepreneur, owner of the Panda Trading Company LLC and current parent, discusses his journey as an entrepreneur including what he learned along the way and the skillset needed to succeed as a business owner.
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Kam Siu leads us on his Journey of Entrepreneurship

Connor Espenshade '22

Connor Espenshade '22 discusses his extensive work with app development, his use of synchronous learning, and his desire to build a collaborative learning network.

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Connor Espenshade '22 describes the busy life of a Student Entrepreneur

Cory Martin '11

Together with his brother, Cory Martin '11 is a co-owner of Tri-State Waterworks. He discusses how important the role of networking has been for him and also talks about business ethics and letting go of ego.
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Cory Martin '11 
building the brand: Creative Confidence through Networking

Alex O'Brien '17 and Maria Pancioli '19

One began building the garden as a 7th grader then handed the project off to other. Both discuss the garden's impact on their education in and out of the classroom.
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Alex O'Brien '17 and Maria Pancioli '19 
impacted education through Gardens and Entrepreneurship

Amy Connor

Amy Connor is the President & Owner of CMO-OnLoan™, an organization that helps mid-market companies with the strategic marketing focus and integrated implementation needed to grow in competitive environments.
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Amy Connor 
grows businesses with CMOs and Mentorship

Benita Munnerlyn '14

Benita Munnerlyn '14 is the founder of Wholistic Brands--a company whose mission is to improve the diet and wellbeing of urban communities.

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Benita Munnerlyn '14
is a CHCA Grad Turned Company Founder

Paul Picton

Paul Picton, co-owner of Maverick Chocolate, discusses his role as entrepreneur after leaving the corporate world and how he became an "accidental social entrepreneur."
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Paul Picton
talks about being a Conscious Capitalist

Candace Pfister '18

Candace Pfister '18 discusses how her experience at CHCA's Leaning Eagle coffee bar helped prepare her for her college entreprenuership experience where her team won the startup accelerator grand prize.
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Candace Pfister '18
illuminates Entrepreneurship through the Lens of an Alum

Dr. Dean Nicholas

Dr. Dean Nicholas, Assistant Head of School at CHCA, discusses the role of the teacher as problem solver in the educational crisis resulting from the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.
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Dr. Dean Nicholas 
explores being a Teacher Entrepreneur