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Our guests for Season 1:
Episode 1: Interview with Kalinda Fisher and her movement called "The Great Reset"
Episode 2: Interview with Zach Westerbeck on Mental Health
Episode 3: Interview with John Mabry on Addictions
Episode 4: Interview with Lauren Crumbaker on Recruitment
Episode 5: Interview with Kali Richardson on Millennials
Episode 6: Interview with Andrew Morris on The Importance of Fraternity
Episode 7: Interview with Robert Wilson on Diversity & Inclusion
Episode 8: Interview with Sid Dunn on a Lifetime of Service to Fraternity
Episode 9: Interview with Corbin Franklin on Student Involvement
Episode 10: Interview with Pete Smithhisler, VP for Student Affairs at Valley City State University
Episode 11: Interview with Nicole Morse on Supporting Students with Disabilities
Episode 12: Interview with Victor Benlice, Greek Senate President at Kean University
Episode 13: Interview with Caren DeCesaris on self-compassion, vulnerability, and connectivity
Episode 14: Interview with Tricia Benitez on healthy relationships and addictions
Episode 15: Interview with Ron Browne on Alumni Involvement
Episode 16: Interview with Tom Murphy, Executive Director of Phi Mu Delta
Episode 17: Interview with Laurie Weidner, CEO of Parent Education Partners
Episode 18: Interview with Joseph Rios, Ed.D. on Leadership
Episode 19: Interview with Joe Rosenberg, Executive Director of Kappa Delta Rho
Episode 20: Christy Brooks: How to help someone with an eating disorder, self harm, thoughts of suicide
Episode 21: Edson O'Neale: What is stepping and strolling?
Episode 22: Dr. Thea Zunick: What effective training and development programs are out there?
Episode 23: Joe Thompson: How do we create a growing FSL community that is diverse, engaged & service oriented?
Episode 24: Majesty Uwagerikpe: How can we bring diversity and inclusion to fraternity?
Episode 25: Doug Allen: How do we increase chapter GPA in my fraternity or sorority?
Episode 26: Ka Baw Say: Why is Fraternity an excellent fit for first generation college students?