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American Tributaries

Michael Whidden

The American Tributaries podcast will explore the vast and various currents of people in the United States of America, like a modern-day Lewis & Clark journey, talking with...learning from...and being amazed by...people of all stripes from all places doing all sorts of things. Although a broad mission, the podcast will focus on a particular and very important niche: cultivating hope in – and celeb... more

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Dr. Seth D. Kaplan lives in the Baltimore / Washington DC area and is a leading expert on fragile states, lectures at Johns Hopkins University and consults for organizations such as the World Bank and U.S. State Department. In October 2023, he publis... more

22 hours ago

Greg Gerloff lives in Grand Forks, North Dakota, where he raised his family and pursued a career in healthcare, which concluded with him serving as chief executive officer of Altru Health Systems. Greg and host Michael Whidden were connected by Greg’... more

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Aviva Sussman lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where she was a scientist for Los Alamos National Laboratories and Sandia National Laboratories involved with, among things, implementation of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty and recently started... more

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Sara Stahl lives in Port Clinton, Ohio, on the southwest shore of Lake Erie, where she is a social worker in the education system. Sara grew up in Port Clinton and attended The Ohio State University. more

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Vishwesh Bhatt lives in Oxford, Mississippi, where he is executive chef for the city’s acclaimed Snackbar, a Southern brasserie and oyster bar and was recognized, in 2019, as the James Beard Foundation’s Best Chef in the South. In 2022, he published ... more

2 months ago

Reverend Mark Genszler lives in Brooklyn, New York, where he is the rector for Christ Church Cobble Hill, an Episcopal parish first organized in 1835. Rev. Genszler and host Michael Whidden met this past December at the holiday party of mutual friend... more

3 months ago

Dr. Ed Tomlinson lives in Morgantown, West Virginia, where he is a Professor of Management at the Chambers College of Business and Economics at West Virginia University, teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in negotiation and compensation and ... more

5 months ago

Tami Van lives in New York, New York, where she is the Chief Financial Officer of one of New York City’s premier HVAC contractors. more

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