First guest is Nicky DeFord with Vail Resorts. She'll be talking about the company's various environmental programs and projects, both in Colorado and here at Canyons. After that will be Jennifer Jackenthal, the director of PCCAPs. Joining Jennifer will be Mike Wongwho will be describing one of the larger student-led designs; a plan to install solar panels on the roof ofthe high school.
Larry and Doug start out with Simon Sinek, author of "Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don't". Great leaders sacrifice their own comfort for the good of those in their care. Clint Probst is next in the studio. He is the Funeral Director and owner of Probst Family Funerals, now in Midway. To wrap up the hour, Mike Mazzone, Principal Broker/Owner of Park City Realty Group talks about this boutique style, independent real estate brokerage firm.
The first guest is Professor P. Dee Boersma, who's academic research is in the area of conservation biology focusing on seabirds as indicators of environmental change. Then, a conversation with Michael Waters, Director of the Center for the Study of First Americans, Texas A&M. He is an archaeologist and geoarchaeologist, specifically looking at the first inhabitants of the Americas.
Tim and Lynn rebroadcast an interview with Daniel Pink, about his new book "To Sell Is Human". Then a conversation with Park City resident and businessman, Jim Webber, who tells us about the Nepal Cleft and Burn Center. Finally, Park City Police Chief, Wade Carpenter. He shares the police department's creative tactics and strategies.