Hear from civil servants who have fought workplace discrimination inside and outside of government
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and its field offices investigate complaints of job discrimination. Two longtime civil servants who previously worked together at the EEOC joined the “Profiles in Public Service” podcast to discuss dedicating their careers to upholding civil rights.
Have a laugh and learn all about ‘The G Word,’ a comedy docuseries about our government
Jon Wolf and Jon Cohen, partners at Fair Point Productions, join the “Profiles in Public Service” podcast to talk about their work as the executive producers of “The G Word with Adam Conover.” Wolf and Cohen discuss how they created the show and what they learned about showcasing the federal government’s impact on our daily lives to general audiences.
Anybody have a map? Our latest “Profiles in Public Service” guests do!
On this episode of the “Profiles in Public Service” podcast, Carrie Stokes and Sawyer McCarley discuss how digital mapping tools and technologies shape decisions about providing humanitarian assistance in developing countries, and why mentoring and investing in young people is critical to public service.
What makes a public service leader? Tune in to the latest Profiles in Public Service podcast.
On a new “Profiles in Public Service” episode, Washington Post journalist Lillian Cunningham joins the podcast for a conversation on how to lead in government during normal times and times of crisis, as well as why the study of public service leadership is critical for our nation’s public servants.
Our podcast, “Profiles in Public Service,” is back for a second season! Here’s what to expect.
We’re excited to launch the second season of our “Profiles in Public Service” podcast, which will include conversations with public servants, emerging leaders, journalists and many more. The first episode of season two addresses the latest research conducted by the Partnership and Freedman Consulting, which found that only 4 in 10 Americans trust the federal government to do what is right at least some of the time.
COVID-19 heroes and leaders: Stories told through our podcast
Several federal employees who led our nation’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic were featured on two recent episodes of the Partnership’s new podcast, “Profiles in Public Service.” Learn about two doctors at the National Institutes of Health who improved participation in COVID-19 treatment and vaccine testing in underserved communities and a State Department employee who repatriated Americans stranded abroad when the pandemic hit.