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"There's Not Really a Ton of Secrets"

Season 1, Episode 6

A conversation with Bill Neill about building relationships, keeping your work in perspective, opportunities in the tech sector, and what we mean when we say "coding."

Season 1. The Art of Alternatives

We're thrilled to announce the first season of the Hikma Collective Podcast, "The Art of Alternatives."

In this season, we'll share conversations with people who create new spaces for ideas to take shape, travel and thrive.

Change is a process, not a moment. Tune in for stories of people who make change possible.

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Season 1 Trailer

Sneak preview of our first-ever season, the Art of Alternatives. Throughout this season, you’ll hear conversations with higher ed administrators, startup founders, and social sector leaders about the creative power of ‘in-betweenness’ and the many different pathways through which ideas take shape, travel and thrive.

"The odds are really good that it's going to be OK"

Season 1, Episode 1

A conversation with Stacy Hartman about curiosity, mentorship, and how to ace your LinkedIn profile. Listen in for some great stories, actionable tips, and insightful words of encouragement.

Finding the Story

Season 1, Episode 2

A conversation with Crystal Moten about storytelling, authenticity, and the realities of pursuing a career that sustains you intellectually, emotionally, and financially.

The Languages of Innovation

Season 1, Episode 3

A conversation with Aaron Mitchell Finegold about entrepreneurship, social media culture, and taking the long view in your career path.

You Can Check More Than One Box

Season 1, Episode 4

A conversation with Nadia Sasso about being an unconventional scholar, what it means to have an entrepreneurial spirit, and how to ask for what you deserve

The Questions You Ask Determine the Results You Get

Season 1, Episode 5

A conversation with JP Baker about asking the right questions, organizational structures, and scarcity vs. abundance thinking.

About

The Hikma Collective Podcast is a tapestry of ideas tested, relationships built, and learnings gathered since our organization launched in October 2020.

The mission of the Hikma Collective is to build a crossroads and community for people who drive change by translating ideas across contexts.

As we say in our Season 1 trailer, “change is a process—not a moment.” We invite you to learn more about our process and next steps.

Learn More about the Hikma Collective

Gratitude

Hikma is situated on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the ən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓-speaking xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) people. Our speakers, team members and listeners are based all over the world. Wherever you are, we encourage you to learn more about whose lands you're on.

Our work would not be possible without the generous encouragement, labor, and funding of many. We thank our past and present team members, speakers, mentors, funders, and Hikma Collective members for making this work possible.

Our first season features guest speakers from our Summer 2020 course, Entrepreneurship for PhDs. This program brought together a cohort of creative and generous emerging scholars and speakers across academia, industry, and the social sector. The participants and speakers in this course inspired and built the foundations for our learning community, the Hikma Collective.

This podcast weaves together the ideas and contributions of Hikma team members, many of whom have enriched our work as students and consultants: Matthew Tomkinson (2022 Artist in Residence), Nadia Sasso (Equity Consultant), Amanda Bohne (Learning Advisor), Chiara de Silva (Course Coordinator), Nicole Markland (Virtual Community Specialist), Dasharah Green (Digital Storytelling Coordinator), Eufemia Baldassarre (Partnership Development Coordinator), and Sophia van Hees (Creative Director).

At Hikma, we are committed to supporting emerging scholars and practitioners through our internships, made possible with the generous support of our partners and funders. The following organizations have supported this podcast by funding past and present members of the Hikma team. We thank them for their investment in creative, outstanding people who have enriched and amplified our work.