Virginia Economic Review Podcast
Range: The Case for the Liberal Arts - A Conversation With Katherine Rowe

Range: The Case for the Liberal Arts - A Conversation With Katherine Rowe

July 23, 2020

Dr. Katherine A. Rowe is the 28th president of William & Mary. She also founded and serves as CEO at Luminary Digital Media and has published three books. VEDP President and CEO Stephen Moret spoke with Rowe about integrating digital literacy with a classic liberal arts education, running a university during the COVID-19 pandemic, and more.

 

Beyond One-Size-Fits-All College Dreams: A Conversation With James Rosenbaum

Beyond One-Size-Fits-All College Dreams: A Conversation With James Rosenbaum

April 1, 2020

James Rosenbaum is a professor of human development, social policy, and sociology at Northwestern University’s Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences and a faculty fellow at the Institute for Policy Research. VEDP President and CEO Stephen Moret spoke with Rosenbaum about how the traditional college model fails some students and what can be done to make it work better.

What’s Next for the Food & Beverage Industry?

What’s Next for the Food & Beverage Industry?

April 1, 2020

VEDP President and CEO Stephen Moret spoke with leading site consultants Brian Corde (Atlas Insight), Scott Kupperman (Kupperman Location Solutions), and Brandon Talbert (Austin Consulting) about the factors that make states and localities successful in attracting projects in an industry where even the most successful companies depend on low margins and economies of scale.

Preparing Students for Sustainable Jobs: A Conversation With Steven Brint

Preparing Students for Sustainable Jobs: A Conversation With Steven Brint

January 10, 2020

Steven Brint is distinguished professor of sociology and public policy at the University of California, Riverside, and the author of “Two Cheers for Higher Education.” VEDP President and CEO Stephen Moret caught up with Brint on a recent trip to the West Coast to discuss his work in, and analysis of, higher century education in the 21st century. 

Connecting Southern Virginia to the World: A Conversation With Tad Deriso

Connecting Southern Virginia to the World: A Conversation With Tad Deriso

January 10, 2020

Tad Deriso is president and CEO at Mid-Atlantic Broadband Communities Corporation, a South Boston-based nonprofit organization that has built an advanced open-access fiber optic network in Southern Virginia. VEDP President and CEO Stephen Moret spoke with Deriso in Danville about his work creating world-class fiber infrastructure in a rural region.

The Evolution of Cloud Computing: A Conversation With Susie Adams

The Evolution of Cloud Computing: A Conversation With Susie Adams

January 10, 2020

Susie Adams is chief technology officer (federal government business) at Microsoft, where she oversees and implements the technical strategy for the technology giant’s Department of Defense, civilian, and intelligence community businesses. VEDP President and CEO Stephen Moret spoke with Adams about data centers, Big Data, and the future of cloud and edge computing.

The Future of Cities: A Conversation With Joel Kotkin

The Future of Cities: A Conversation With Joel Kotkin

January 10, 2020

Joel Kotkin is the Presidential Fellow in Urban Futures at Chapman University in Orange, Calif., and executive director of the Houston-based Center for Opportunity Urbanism. The New York Times has described him as “America’s Uber-Geographer” for his work on global economic, political, and social trends. VEDP President and CEO Stephen Moret spoke with Kotkin about the forces affecting U.S. cities, suburbs, and rural areas.

Virginia’s Rural Storyteller: A Conversation with Beth Macy

Virginia’s Rural Storyteller: A Conversation with Beth Macy

October 17, 2019

Beth Macy is a three-time New York Times-bestselling author. She is the author of “Factory Man”, “Truevine”, and “Dopesick,” books that tell separate stories, but stories through which the challenges, issues, prospects, and hopes of rural America are studied in different ways. Macy was a reporter for The Roanoke Times from 1989 to 2014. VEDP President and CEO Stephen Moret recently visited with Macy in Roanoke to discuss her work and unique perspective on issues facing rural America.

Moving the Needle in Rural Communities: A Conversation with Tom Barkin

Moving the Needle in Rural Communities: A Conversation with Tom Barkin

October 17, 2019

Tom Barkin is the president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Barkin joined the Richmond Fed in January 2018 and is responsible for the Bank’s monetary policy, bank supervision and regulation, and payment services as well as oversight of the Federal Reserve System’s information technology organization. VEDP’s President and CEO, Stephen Moret, recently spoke with Barkin about some of the issues and opportunities he has seen in the Fed’s Fifth District in his first 18 months on the job.

Building the Capacity for Greatness at The Port of Virginia: A Conversation with John Reinhart

Building the Capacity for Greatness at The Port of Virginia: A Conversation with John Reinhart

July 31, 2019

John F. Reinhart is the CEO and executive director of the Virginia Port Authority (VPA). VEDP’s President and CEO, Stephen Moret, recently spoke with Reinhart about a transformative period in the history of the Port and what the future looks like at The Port of Virginia and in the maritime industry.

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