Central Texas Leadership Series - Jamie Goble
For KWBU's Central Texas Leadership Series this week, KWBU's Joe Riley leads a conversation with Jamie Goble, Director of Planned Giving for the Waco Foundation.
She talks about the Pie Society, and the importance of leaving a portion of your estate - a piece of your "pie" - to charity.
RECENT EPISODES OF CENTRAL TEXAS LEADERSHIP SERIES
Central Texas Leadership Series - Linda Crawford
In this episode of the Central Texas Leadership Series, KWBU president Joe Riley talks with Linda Crawford, co-owner and editor of The Anchor News, recently retired professor of English at McLennan Community College, and the author of the newly released book "God, Destiny, and a Glass of Wine".
Central Texas Leadership Series - Bethel Erickson
For KWBU’s Central Texas Leadership Series this week, KWBU’s Rachel Velasco leads a conversation with Bethel Erickson, Executive Director of the Waco Downtown Farmers Market. Erickson discusses how her background in social work and food access led to the development of the farmers market, and how her work at the market has made an impact in the Waco community.
Central Texas Leadership Series - Robert Darden
Robert Darden, Professor of Journalism, Public Relations and New Media at Baylor University is the founder of the Black Gospel Music Preservation Program which spurred off the SHOUT! Black Gospel Moments radio segment. He has authored many books including co-authoring Mad Man in Waco. KWBU Station Manger Brodie Bashaw talked with Darden about his years at Baylor, what's next as his retirement approaches and take a look back 30 years to the siege at the Branch Davidian compound outside of Waco.