Kenny Holdsman (President and CEO of Philadelphia Youth Basketball)

Greg talks with his father and President/CEO of Philadelphia Youth Basketball (PYB), Kenny Holdsman, about one of the most formative moments in his adult life, why Philadelphia was in need of a holistic basketball-based youth development organization, how he and his team are raising $12 million to build a center, his experience with social entrepreneurship, his praises and critiques of Philly, and much more.

Learn how you can support PYB @ https://phillyyouthbasketball.org/

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Jane Golden (Founder and Executive Director of Mural Arts Philadelphia)

Founder and Executive Director of Mural Arts Philadelphia, Jane Golden talks about the power of art to change lives and transform communities, the need for creativity in her job, the most important social issues impacting Philly and how her organization can help address and fix them, and much more about how the nearly 4,000 murals in Philly tell the story of our city.

Learn more @ https://www.muralarts.org/

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Tim McKenna (President of Central High School)

President of Central High School Tim McKenna talks about the incredible diversity of the school, his opinion of charter schools, his view of the U.S. education system, and how Philly has shaped him as a leader.

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Eric Worley

Executive Director of Philly Triple Threat and Co-founder and Program Director of Philadelphia Youth Basketball, Eric Worley talks about the necessary qualities of coaches in youth basketball, the competition for players with other AAU teams in Philly, and some of the best boys and girls to come out of Philly in the last 10 years.

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