Carah Ong Whaley
Carah Ong Whaley Associate Director of the James Madison Center for Civic Engagement and cohost of the podcast Democracy Issues. The podcast Democracy Issues is a collaboration involving faculty and learners. It incorporates thoughts and perspectives from college students together with the working experience and professional connections of faculty like Carah. As a consequence, the podcast delivers an power and dynamism via the collaborative process. But it also claims a good deal about the values and ideas powering the James Madison Center for Civic Engagement.
Our discussion starts with some feelings on the podcast, but explores the values and tips driving it as well. We examine the affect some of the pupils make on the podcast, but also why it is critical to involve them in the method. Carah’s also an avid listener of other podcasts so she features a huge array of podcast suggestions.
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