The show begins with the Wippman and Ain interview and then continues with other non-profit leaders including David Williams, the president & CEO of Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Frederick and his guests discussed Hamilton’s need-blind policy, the case for a liberal arts education, the new curricular requirement, social media on campus and the trustees' role in assisting a new president, among other topics.
Listeners can hear the broadcast via livestream or, in New York City, on the radio at AM 970 The Answer. A podcast of the show will be available shortly after the show airs.
Each week Frederick, parent of Andrea Frederick ’11, interviews “philanthropists, corporate CEOs, nonprofit luminaries, celebrity ambassadors, government officials and social entrepreneurs who are at the forefront of the transformative changes that are occurring around the world,” according to the program’s website.
Guests have included Darren Walker of the Ford Foundation, Vartan Gregorian from the Carnegie Foundation, Matthew Bishop of the Economist, and the CEOs of nonprofit organizations like amfAR, Doctors Without Borders, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, the U.S. Fund for UNICEF, Khan Academy, Year Up, DonorsChoose, the Humane Society and Smile Train.