New F&ES Podcast Examines the
Nexus of Environment and Diversity

The Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies this week launched The Heartwood Podcast, a new series that examines the intersection of environmental issues and diversity. The series is hosted by Thomas RaShad Easley, assistant dean of community and inclusion at F&ES.
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During the eight-episode debut season, Easley speaks with guests on a range of topics, including leadership, sustainability, diversity in the workplace, music, and wildlife ecosystems.
 
In the first episode, Easley shares his own story and the mission behind the podcast. Achieving a more inclusive community, he says, requires all members of the community — faculty, staff, students — to open themselves up. “We’re all part of the problem, but we can all be part of the solution,” he said. “I think Heartwood is going to help us look at the solutions by looking at ourselves.”
 
Guests in later episodes include F&ES Dean Indy Burke; Julia Pyper, a co-host of Greentech Media’s popular “Political Climate” podcast; Jennifer Verdolin, a professor at the University of Arizona; and Jarami Bond, an up-and-comer in the field of sustainable business.

The series is produced by Easley and Chris Perkins, a joint-degree M.E.M. and M.B.A. candidate at F&ES and the Yale School of Management.

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PUBLISHED: May 16, 2019
 

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