In addition to my cohosting duties with the ladies of The Imposters podcast, I am also the host of the National Association for Campus Activities‘ 212°F: Hot Topics on Campus series. This initiative was developed to create a space for discussing and dissecting current events that impact the work of campus activities professionals. After several outings as an online webcast, we’ve adapted to a podcast format- and our first edition in the new medium surrounded “Campus Activities in the Age of President Trump.”

Join me, along with panelists Randy Flowers (Baker University), Katie Winstead Reichner (Christopher Newport University), and James Thomas (DePaul University) as we explore how the recent change in power has affected our interactions with students, the nature of programming, and the policies that impact our offices and institutions.

Thanks, as always, to Telesia Davis and Kayla Brennan at NACA, who tapped me for this always fun and insightful role.