What’s Next in Sonoma County: Probiotics and the Future of Health

In What’s Next, Team Eazl travels around North America to capture the climate of entrepreneurship and innovation in cities outside of San Francisco and NYC.

We discover how economies and people are thriving in the ever changing world of work by talking to heavy hitters and innovators that live within –and contribute to– those communities.

Join our host, Davis Jones, in the third episode of the season as he explores the business of gut health on Sonoma County, California.

— What’s Next: Sonoma County Interactive Viewing Guide —

Find LinkedIn profiles, email addresses, and links to people featured in this episode:

PART 1
• Jenn Russo, Co-Owner and Instructor at Yoga on Center
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• Natasha Juliana, Owner at WORK Petaluma
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• Endre Nagy, Founder and CEO of Turn Foods
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• Hermine Iacobaeus, Owner at Atmani Wellness
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PART 2
• Emily Somple, YouTuber at Spoiled in Sonoma
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• Sean Lovett, Founder of Revive Kombucha
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• Dr. Chris Holder, ND
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PART 3
• Jack Oswald, Founder of ISO Thrive
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• Amit Kulkarni, Computational Biologist at M2Gen and Founder at IntelliGene Health Informatics
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Episode credits:
Ludell Jones: Cameras and Audio
Davis Jones: Production and Editing

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What’s Next: Sonoma -Yoga with Jenn at Yoga on Center, Healdsburg

This is an excerpt from our What’s Next: Sonoma episode. Jenn Russo, owner of Yoga on Center in Healdsburg, California, guides us through the health benefits of yoga and some positions that will help desk dwellers, touching on her experience with corporate wellness programs.

In What’s Next, Team Eazl travels around North America to capture the climate of entrepreneurship and innovation in cities outside of San Francisco and NYC.

We discover how economies and people are thriving in the ever changing world of work by talking to heavy hitters and innovators that live within –and contribute to– those communities.

Join our host, Davis Jones, in the third episode of the season as he explores What’s Next in Sonoma:

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View Episode 2: Washington DC: Innovation’s Role in Society

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What’s Next: Sonoma Trailer -Airs on 02.16.2017

In What’s Next, Team Eazl travels around North America to capture the climate of entrepreneurship and innovation in cities outside of San Francisco and NYC.

We discover how economies and people are thriving in the ever changing world of work by talking to heavy hitters and innovators that live within –and contribute to– those communities.

Join our host, Davis Jones, in the third episode of the season as he explores What’s Next in Sonoma on Thursday, February 16th at 7pm CST.

View Episode 1- Edmonton: Life After Oil
View Episode 2: Washington DC: Innovation’s Role in Society 

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Barack Obama’s Startup Tzar on International Entrepreneurship

Celebrating Global Entrepreneurship Week
During one week each November, thousands of events and competitions in 160 countries inspire millions to engage in entrepreneurial activity while connecting them to potential collaborators, mentors and even investors. Powered by the Kauffman Foundation, the initiative is supported by dozens of world leaders and a network of more than 15,000 partner organizations. GEW is held November 14-20, 2016.

We had the opportunity to interview Jonathan Ortmans, Chairman of Barack Obama’s Global Entrepreneurship Initiative and President of GEN Global and Global Entrepreneurship Week, while filming What’s Next: Washington DC.

We spoke about international entrepreneurship and the role that entrepreneurship plays in society. Plus, how it’s all changing.

Check out the full episode of What’s Next, where we feature Jonathan and other entrepreneurs and innovators in Washing DC, below:

For the interactive viewing guide, which allows you to connect with the experts we features, check out the original post here.

What’s Next in Washington DC: Innovation’s Role in Society

What’s Next is a travel show about entrepreneurship and innovation. We traveled to Washington DC to talk to movers and shakers about what’s next in entrepreneurship and innovation the US capital.

Thanks to CyberU for helping make this episode possible! From big data to entrepreneurship, CyberU has a course from top experts including Eazl. We’d appreciate your support by checking out the CyberU course catalog.

What’s Next: Washington DC Interactive Viewing Guide
Use this viewing guide to connect with the smart and talented people we featured in this episode. Find LinkedIn profiles, email addresses, and links below:
PART 1
• Christa Avampato, Director of Product Development at Envolve Innovation Lab
Find her on Twitter
She welcomes LinkedIn connection requests
Her Breaking Bread” Podcast

Innovation idea: Check out the 192k+ datasets that you can integrate into websites and apps for free at here.

• Kathy Doe, Manager of Bidwell Restaurant at Union Market

• Amy Nichols, Founder of Virtual Reality and 360 Video Platform bThere
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She also welcomes LinkedIn connection requests

Innovation Idea: search Meetup for events about specific innovation topics in your area

• Dr. Monifa Vaughn-Cooke, Head of the U of M Hybrid Systems Integration and Simulation Lab
Dr. Vaughn-Cooke’s welcomes you to reach out via email mvc@umd.com.
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PART 2
• Jonathan Ortmans, Chairperson of Barack Obama’s Global Entrepreneurship Initiative and President of GEN Global
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Startup Organizations Mentioned by Jonathan:
Global Entrepreneurship Week
Startup Weekend
Geeks on a Plane

• Noelle London, Campus Manager of 1776 Crystal City
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1776 on Instagram
Check out 1776 member company Dorsata

• Mannie T’Chawi
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He welcomes LinkedIn connection requests
Layer Cake on the Web

PART 3
• Ori Ratner and Scott Lichtenstein from Smart.ly
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Scott welcomes LinkedIn connection requests
Check out Smart.ly’s free online MBA program
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• Matt Banks, Director of US Climate and Renewable Energy Policy
Note: We had to withhold Matt’s organization name in the episode
See some of Matt’s work on driving profits through carbon reduction
Matt is a boardmember of the Redford Center, a filmmaking group focused on moving people to take action on climate change

Episode credits:
Ludell Jones: Cameras and Audio
Davis Jones: Production and Editing

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