The Podcast for the Common Good
Welcome to the Common Good podcast. As our city and region have grown exponentially our social fabric and connective tissue have not kept up and in some case is eroding. We believe that sharing moving and inspirational stories and conversations of our residents, politicians, activists, athletes and artists is a necessary way to foster relationships between people of all backgrounds and beliefs so we can work together to build the common good.
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Jan 23, 2024
Andrea Green leads the Food Drive events in Snohomish County to serve those in need in the community.
Dec 19, 2022
We are honored to have one of the most celebrated plays in American history coming to The Paramount Theatre! To Kill a Mockingbird. And to celebrate that, Tim spoke with Jacqueline Williams. She is a multi-award winner actress and plays Calpurnia in the history-making production of To Kill a Mockingbird at the Paramount stage from October 11 – 16.
Dec 5, 2022
Recorded back in September 2022 as the Major League Baseball season was entering the final stretches, Tim had an amazing and intimate conversation with Alvin Davis, also known as "Mr. Mariner”, former Major League Baseball first baseman and designated hitter for the Seattle Mariners. They spoke about the mariners past and present and had a long and rich dialogue about faith and how important it is Alvin’s life.
Nov 7, 2022
Today Tim spoke with Cammy Presho. Cammy is the Executive Director at Greater Good Northwest. They spoke about the incredible work she does in Spokane with Greater Good Northwest.
Oct 10, 2022
Today Tim spoke with Kela Hall. Kela is the co-founder of KD Hall Communications, which has done work in corporate and government sectors. She is a leader in workforce development and women initiatives. She spoke about what her company does for women and her career and Emmy nominations.
Sep 26, 2022
Today Tim spoke with Ravon Johnson, the Church Engagement Program Manager at Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission. They discussed all the amazing things the Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission does for homeless people. Ravon also discussed their new project, Cornerstone, a 10-year plan to increase the reach and success of their programs, enabling them to serve more homeless neighbors more effectively.
Sep 12, 2022
Today Tim spoke with former Edmonds Mayor, Gary Haakenson. He was elected in 1999 and served in that role until July 2010. They talked about his career as a mayor, his life and also about the Edmonds Waterfront Center.
Aug 29, 2022
Tim talks to Christopher Williams, Deputy Superintendent of the City of Seattle Parks and Recreation department. They talk about the state of the parks in Seattle, park improvement and maintenance plans, and fun activities going on in the parks.