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Conversations with Local Millennials who are Raising the Bar for Political Engagement

All millennials are lazy, entitled, selfish brats. Right? WRONG! In this podcast, What’s Good 206 showcases local millennials who are paving the way for political change in Washington State. In the midst of a presidential election with levels of drama that rival reality television, our local millennials remind us that change begins in our own backyard. What’s Good 206 Producer Jen Germain talked with three political activists who prove that millennials aren’t just the future leaders of our country, but are already helping to lead it.

25 MIN2016 NOV 2
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Conversations with Local Millennials who are Raising the Bar for Political Engagement

Ep. 3 — Game Changers: Meet Matthew Donnellan

All millennials are lazy, entitled, selfish brats. Right? WRONG! This week, What’s Good 206 is showcasing local millennials who are paving the way for political change in Washington State. In the midst of a presidential election with levels of drama that rival reality television, our local millennials remind us that change begins in our own backyard. What’s Good 206 Producer Jen Germain talked with three political activists who prove that millennials aren’t just the future leaders of our country, but are already helping to lead it. Matthew Donnellan is the Political Director for Bill Bryant’s campaign for Governor. Donnellan has been engaged with politics and working on campaigns across the country since his freshman year of college, when he joined the College National Republican Committee (CRNC). In this episode of “Game Changers,” he talks with producer Jen Germain about the importance of thinking critically about political solutions, the challenge with engaging the millenni...

9 MIN2016 OCT 15
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Ep. 3 — Game Changers: Meet Matthew Donnellan

Ep. 2 — Game Changers: Maddie Foutch

Conversations with local millennials who are raising the bar for political engagement. All millennials are lazy, entitled, selfish brats. Right? WRONG! This week, What’s Good 206 is showcasing local millennials who are paving the way for political change in Washington State. In the midst of a presidential election with levels of drama that rival reality television, our local millennials remind us that change begins in our own backyard. What’s Good 206 Producer Jen Germain talked with three political activists who prove that millennials aren’t just the future leaders of our country, but are already helping to lead it. Maddie Foutch is the campaign manager for Tina Podlodowski, a Washington Secretary of State candidate and Democrat. Maddie has a background in environmental studies and worked as a field organizer for the Washington Environmental Council, as well as a political organization called Washington Conservation Voters. In Episode two of Game Changers we hear from Maddie abo...

8 MIN2016 OCT 12
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Ep. 2 — Game Changers: Maddie Foutch

Ep. 1 — Game Changers: Local millennials who are raising the bar for political engagement.

All millennials are lazy, entitled, selfish brats. Right? WRONG! This week, What’s Good 206 is showcasing local millennials who are paving the way for political change in Washington State. In the midst of a presidential election with levels of drama that rival reality television, our local millennials remind us that change begins in our own backyard. WG206 producer, Jen Germain, talked with three young political activists who prove that millennials aren’t just the future leaders of our country, but they’re already helping to lead it. Austin Wright-Pettibone is a Senior at the University of Washington and is the current student member for the Board of Regents, UW’s governing body. Along with serving on student leadership at UW, Austin interned at the White House and worked on digital engagement for Mayor Ed Murray’s campaign. In this episode of Game Changers, we hear from Austin about the experiences that drive him, the achievements that continue to inspire him, and the perspect...

7 MIN2016 OCT 11
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Ep. 1 — Game Changers: Local millennials who are raising the bar for political engagement.
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Latest Episodes

Conversations with Local Millennials who are Raising the Bar for Political Engagement

All millennials are lazy, entitled, selfish brats. Right? WRONG! In this podcast, What’s Good 206 showcases local millennials who are paving the way for political change in Washington State. In the midst of a presidential election with levels of drama that rival reality television, our local millennials remind us that change begins in our own backyard. What’s Good 206 Producer Jen Germain talked with three political activists who prove that millennials aren’t just the future leaders of our country, but are already helping to lead it.

25 MIN2016 NOV 2
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Conversations with Local Millennials who are Raising the Bar for Political Engagement

Ep. 3 — Game Changers: Meet Matthew Donnellan

All millennials are lazy, entitled, selfish brats. Right? WRONG! This week, What’s Good 206 is showcasing local millennials who are paving the way for political change in Washington State. In the midst of a presidential election with levels of drama that rival reality television, our local millennials remind us that change begins in our own backyard. What’s Good 206 Producer Jen Germain talked with three political activists who prove that millennials aren’t just the future leaders of our country, but are already helping to lead it. Matthew Donnellan is the Political Director for Bill Bryant’s campaign for Governor. Donnellan has been engaged with politics and working on campaigns across the country since his freshman year of college, when he joined the College National Republican Committee (CRNC). In this episode of “Game Changers,” he talks with producer Jen Germain about the importance of thinking critically about political solutions, the challenge with engaging the millenni...

9 MIN2016 OCT 15
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Ep. 3 — Game Changers: Meet Matthew Donnellan

Ep. 2 — Game Changers: Maddie Foutch

Conversations with local millennials who are raising the bar for political engagement. All millennials are lazy, entitled, selfish brats. Right? WRONG! This week, What’s Good 206 is showcasing local millennials who are paving the way for political change in Washington State. In the midst of a presidential election with levels of drama that rival reality television, our local millennials remind us that change begins in our own backyard. What’s Good 206 Producer Jen Germain talked with three political activists who prove that millennials aren’t just the future leaders of our country, but are already helping to lead it. Maddie Foutch is the campaign manager for Tina Podlodowski, a Washington Secretary of State candidate and Democrat. Maddie has a background in environmental studies and worked as a field organizer for the Washington Environmental Council, as well as a political organization called Washington Conservation Voters. In Episode two of Game Changers we hear from Maddie abo...

8 MIN2016 OCT 12
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Ep. 2 — Game Changers: Maddie Foutch

Ep. 1 — Game Changers: Local millennials who are raising the bar for political engagement.

All millennials are lazy, entitled, selfish brats. Right? WRONG! This week, What’s Good 206 is showcasing local millennials who are paving the way for political change in Washington State. In the midst of a presidential election with levels of drama that rival reality television, our local millennials remind us that change begins in our own backyard. WG206 producer, Jen Germain, talked with three young political activists who prove that millennials aren’t just the future leaders of our country, but they’re already helping to lead it. Austin Wright-Pettibone is a Senior at the University of Washington and is the current student member for the Board of Regents, UW’s governing body. Along with serving on student leadership at UW, Austin interned at the White House and worked on digital engagement for Mayor Ed Murray’s campaign. In this episode of Game Changers, we hear from Austin about the experiences that drive him, the achievements that continue to inspire him, and the perspect...

7 MIN2016 OCT 11
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Ep. 1 — Game Changers: Local millennials who are raising the bar for political engagement.
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