On Monday, June 3, The Herald and the Salisbury Center for Career, Professional and Experiential Education will launch the new podcast Career Journeys. In each episode, alums at the top of their fields will discuss their professions and the paths that led them there, with Alex Kerai ’19, Editor-in-Chief of the Herald and co-creator, host and producer of podcasts for the campus newspaper.
The first episode features Brad Falchuk ’93 L.H.D. ’14, the writer, producer, director and co-creator of shows like American Horror Story, 9-1-1, Pose and Glee.
“It’s really exciting to be able to interview these incredible alums who have contributed so much to both the HWS community and the world at large,” Kerai says. “They all have such different stories and have taken different paths — and found their original path diverting to new places. It’s powerful to hear and I have greatly enjoyed talking with all of them.”
Episodes will air twice a month throughout the summer and into the fall semester. The lineup includes Chair of the Board of Trustees Thomas S. Bozzuto ’68, L.H.D. ’18 (June 17), chairman and co-founder of The Bozzuto Group; Judge Shireen Avis Fisher ’70, Justice of the Special Court for Sierra Leone (July 1); Trustee Aileen Gleason ’85, managing director at Bank of America Corp. (July 15); Dr. Mark Mapstone ’89, psychologist and pioneering Alzheimer’s researcher (July 29); Trustee Michael Rawlins ’80 P’16, principal user experience design architect at the Walt Disney Company (Aug. 12); Jessica Knoll ’06, New York Times best-selling author of the novels Luckiest Girl Alive and The Favorite Sister (Aug. 26); Warren Littlefield ’74, former president of NBC and current Executive Producer of The Handmaid’s Tale and Fargo (Sept. 9); and Josh Horowitz ’98, MTV News correspondent and the host of the TV show After Hours and the podcast Happy Sad Confused (Oct. 7).
Subscribe to Career Journeys by going to hwsherald.com/podcast or searching for it wherever podcasts are found.