Pointcast With Michael Depatie

Pointcast With Michael Depatie

Podcast: Stephen Yang in conversation with Michael Depatie

About Michael Depatie

Michael Depatie is the Managing General Partner at KHP Capital Partners. Prior to that, he served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants. Mike also served on the Kimpton Board of Directors. At the time of the $430 million sale in 2015, Kimpton was the world’s largest boutique hotel company with 62 hotels in 27 US cites with another 16 hotels under development. Under Mike’s more than a decade of leadership, Kimpton was named to FORTUNE magazine’s list of 100 Best Companies to Work For list six times ranking 11th in 2015. Kimpton was also named by JD Power as the #1 hotel brand in Customer Satisfaction in the world in both 2013 and 2014. source: https://lusk.usc.edu/membership/people/michael-depatie

Pointcast with Hanmin Liu

Pointcast with Hanmin Liu

Podcast: Stephen Yang interviews Hanmin Liu of the Wildflowers Institute.

 

Hanmin Liu co-founded the Wildflowers Institute with Jennifer Mei after spending two decades training international leaders from the fields of philanthropy, education, health care, and government. Through this accumulated experience, they learned that leaders wanted to know not only how to improve themselves, but also how to actually make a sustainable social impact.

Wildflowers Institute is headquartered in San Francisco and offers a three-step Approach to discovering the informal ways that things get done in a community and the leaders and activities that quietly make a difference. The Wildflowers Approach is based on over thirty years of grassroots work and research in communities with millions of residents, all over the world. source: wildflowers.org/who-we-are/

Pointcast With Julie Beutel

Pointcast With Julie Beutel

Podcast: Sit back, listen and enjoy a conversion with Stephen Yang and Julie Beutel

About Julie Beutel

Julie is a singer, song-leader, guitarist, teacher, activist & mother. Julie Beutel is a native of the city of Detroit. She spent her early years studying, traveling, working and living in several countries in Europe and Central America. She lived and worked with Witness for Peace in Nicaragua during the war for almost 2 years. Her motherhood years she has spent mainly in southwest Detroit raising her kids, teaching music to children in Southwest Detroit, and singing. source: https://www.reverbnation.com/juliebeutel