The Ohio State University students Duncan MacKenzie and Richard Giang are joined by recent OSU graduate Rebekah Howson, who is now pursuing a Master of Accounting in the Fisher College of Business. The group discusses Rebekah's experiences interning in the fashion industry with companies like L Brands and Abercrombie and Fitch. Rebekah describes how her experiences, both good and bad, forced her to find her passion for accounting. The podcast wraps up with a discussion on how Greek life helped Rebekah find a community and a deep dive into her cheerleading days.
The Ohio State University students Richard Giang and Duncan MacKenzie are joined by recent graduate Erica Carlson, who now works as a Business Operations Analyst for Sendoso in San Francisco, California. As an undergrad, Erica was involved in Buckeye Leadership Fellows, the Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity, and co-founded a student organization called Buckeye Ventures. Erica discusses how her involvements and internships in the venture capital, nonprofit, and startup space affected her career aspirations. To wrap up, we take a deep dive into Erica's greatest advice and her love for the outdoors.
The Ohio State University senior undergraduate student, Jayson Velazquez, joins junior undergraduates Richard Giang and Anna Valerius to talk about his extensive career as an advocate for sustainability, social justice, and giving back to the community. From organizing a school supplies drive for his elementary school, to contributing to a 100+ page paper on conservation as a Doris Duke Scholar, to being the president of the 114th class of the Sphinx Senior Honorary, Jayson details how he has laid out a roadmap at Ohio State that he wishes to hand down to underclassmen and future generations to come. To close out, learn about Jayson’s Ohio State hidden gem, plant care tips, and more during our Time & Change Signature Questions and new Deep Dive section.
The Ohio State University undergraduate students Nikhil Desai and Duncan MacKenzie are joined by senior Undergraduate Student Trustee Anand Shah to discuss his role on the board and how COVID-19 has brought out the best in the university's leadership, followed by his philosophies regarding student involvement and wellness at OSU. They wrap up their conversation by discussing Anand's college journey and take a deep dive with some T&C signature questions.
The Ohio State University graduate, Class of 2020, and previous Time and Change host Rohan Makhijani introduces two of the new co-hosts, Richard and Nikhil. They discuss the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of mentorship, and a new segment of deep dive questions, as Rohan says goodbye to the podcast.
Senior undergraduate student and 2020 Rhodes Scholar Henry Wu joins Rohan to discuss his upbringing, experiences, and life beyond Ohio State. Henry discusses his work in pro-human empowerment and anti-human trafficking efforts and they chat about the philosophical implications of tainted donations.
Jacob Farr joins Rohan to discuss his transition into college after completing his missionary work post-high school graduation, his interest in culture and language, and his passion for serving medically-underserved populations.
Thomas Bowles joins Rohan to discuss the Ohio State experiences that led him to the crown. Tommy reflects on his time in the Mount Leadership Society Scholars Program, in the offices of public servants, and working various internships around the world.
Juan Tramontin joins Rohan to talk about his upbringing, personal growth, and professional experiences. Juan discusses how he formed his cultural identity, how he has utilized his experiences abroad, and how he has tackled new opportunities and all that Ohio State has to offer. Rohan and Juan discuss excellence, purpose, happiness, stress management, mentalities for growth, and a whole lot more.
Nithika Badam joins Rohan to discuss her background and the influence of storytelling on her professional ambitions. She talks about adjusting to college coursework, aligning actions with values, facing rejection, and more.