Our Mission: To create professional-grade relatable- content regarding personal and professional aspects of our audience.
Our Vision: To provide our generation with the tools and knowledge that will ensure it’s constant progress and
direction towards a more well informed and actioned community.
Show Accomplishments and Accolades
• 4,000 downloads over just 16 episodes
• Upcoming article in the DELTASIG
• International Audience Spanning over 20 countries
• Average Rating of 5 stars on iTunes (116 Ratings)
• Featured post on Social Media Accounts of Under Armour, Northrop
Grumman, Timothy Sands(Virginia Tech President), Pamplin COB
• Almost 500 followers on Instagram
• Special Guest Wes Bush, CEO of Northrop Grumman
• Doubling our listenership every month
Co-Host Alex Strathdee
I came to the U.S. when I was 8 years old from a farming town in rural Australia and was immediately dumbfounded by the impact of technology on the D.C. region and knew I had to be part of it’s progression. In an unfamiliar society, I was bullied horrendously throughout middle school and early high school. I failed to connect with peers since my interests have always been different from a young age whether it was trying to start a lawn-mowing business or collecting stray golf balls from a nearby course and reselling them on craigslist. I spent my time in college trying to surround myself with the right people, which inevitably led to the right experiences. I’ve been able to grow from strong, successful voices in my life and I live to give others who might not be fortunate enough to have access to it, the same experience.
Co-Host Rishav Khanal
Growing up in Kathmandu, Nepal, I can't count the number of times I sat in front of the TV mesmerized by Agent Cody Banks and Home Alone. It was my perception of a "Hollywood America" that enhanced my excitement when moving to the states. However, as I got older, it was tough to fathom the level of apprehension that my mom must've felt when she was traveling to a foreign country with an 8- year-old son. Economically, we were not wealthy. However, looking back on our journey, I consider myself to have been surrounded with great fortune. I saw my parents work tirelessly to improve my life by utilizing people and technology to foster self-empowerment. The fortune of seeing the value of passion and purpose at an early age shaped my thinking to go beyond the norm. This has set my foundation to dream big and achieve the unattainable. As a former food stamp and free lunch recipient, I have lived through the hardships faced by many Americans. The experience of having lived in underrepresented districts and in a 3rd world country gives me the added perspective not vocalized by many. In fact, it allows me to draw in the voices of those who feel as though their voices are not heard.