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Let's Hear It

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Welcome to Let’s Hear It, a podcast about foundation and nonprofit communications (among other things), hosted by non-relatives Eric Brown and Kirk Brown. Let’s Hear It is sponsored through generous contributions from the Communications Network and the Lumina Foundation. On Let’s Hear It, Kirk and Eric speak with leaders in the field about who they are, what makes them tick, and how they think about their work.

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Latest Episodes

Did you miss us? We missed you! Let’s Hear It has been on a brief hiatus but we’re thrilled to be back with what we think is a cracking great conversation with Glen Galaich, the CEO of the Stupski Foundation in San Francisco. Eric sits down (in perso... more

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Reviews

5 out of 5 stars from 22 ratings
  • an Innocent man is in jail for something that he didn't do and he has proff

    Castbox
    Annie Apostolovic
    a year ago
  • The perfect podcast for social sector communicators

    The interviews are great, the commentary by the hosts, insightful and funny, and I agree, it’s the perfect length while walking your dog (if your dog likes exercise).

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Minnams
    United States2 years ago
  • Insightful

    Opening up the world of communications (inside Foundations), a very insightful and interesting series.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    chippfork
    United Kingdom3 years ago
  • Delightful and Informative

    Mr. Brown and Mr. Brown have opened a new world for me: that of foundations, philanthropy, non-profits, and "communicating." Each week I look forward to hearing Eric Brown's discussion with Let's Hear It's latest guest. The discussions are erudite, breezy, and often, a pure delight. After that initial discussion, Eric and the other "Mr. Brown" talk about not only the insights offered by their guest, but stories about their own experiences in the codified world of "helping people." I only liste... more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    pmcwriter
    United States3 years ago
  • The best comma podcast out there!

    The podcast is insightful, provocative, and just plain fun. I love the format (a context-setting conversation, an engaging interview, and finally a discussion of the interview between the hosts to highlight the salient themes and points). I learn something new and interesting from every episode and it always gives me good food for thought. And it’s the perfect podcast for when I’m walking my dog!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Nerdy on Jersey
    United States3 years ago

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