In 360BayArea’s Season 1 finale we highlight our new focus for 2018, what it means to become an Ambassador, and formally invite you to...Join the Circle!
Make your mark, build your legacy - whatever you want to call it, it’s time to get inspired to take your passion project to the next level.
In Part 2 with Mayor Sam Liccardo of San Jose, Ambassadors pose questions about leadership, immigration, police relations and where to party in San Jose!
In honor of Veterans Day’s 100th anniversary, US vets speak on the challenges of reintegrating with us... and what we can do to help.
Three breast cancer advocates get personal with 360BayArea, sharing their journeys and the hard discussions that happen beyond October.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo sits down with Ambassadors about the future of the Capital of Silicon Valley in Part 1 of a 2-part interview series.
To cure our societal blues, we escaped to 826 Valencia to hang with GenZ for a day of volunteering, storytelling, pirate gear, and inter-generational bonding.
With floods, fires, and the insanity in Washington, we brought in Kyle Parsons, Sid McNairy, and Benita Robledo to inspire us to #DoMoreGood, dammit!
Gentrification has been sweeping the Bay Area for years now, so does that mean that local culture is getting completely choked out? On this episode we talk to three Ambassadors for total originality and Bay pride: Evan Kidera, McKenzy Germain, and Martin Luther McCoy. Evan Kidera, founder of crazy popular Filipino-Mexican fusion food truck Señor Sisig, dishes the details of his delicious vision to continue his family’s heritage through food. McKenzy Germain - otherwise known as The Pragmatic Disruptor - talks about the challenges of holding on to local community amidst rising rents. And our Ambassador of funk, Martin Luther McCoy, shows us his vision for music as a form of medicine. In the midst of today’s political insanity, we look to Ambassadors like these to continue leading the way towards a more hopeful vision for the future. Listen in, get inspired, make your mark and #DoMoreGood!
We talk to actor/director Richard Harder, filmmakers Ezra J. Stanley and Michael Axtell, and sculptor Nemo Gould about life as an artist in the Bay Area.
In this episode we dive into the creative worlds of female DJ Amy Robbins, DJ and model Shai’la Yvonne, and aerial violinist Shaina Evoniuk.
We connect with Garrett Marrero and SueAnn Ferrogari, two influencers who made a move from the mainland to the island after falling in love with “Aloha.”
On this first episode of our #AlohaWarriors series, travel with us as we uncover the strength of the teams behind Kamehameha School and the Maui Ocean Center.
After his induction into the SCU Hall of Fame, Steve Nash sat down with 360BayArea to talk about being a 2-time MBA MVP and building the Steve Nash Foundation.
In this episode, we introduce you to Monica Rojas, founder of online retailer Belvele and fashionista on a mission to promote Fair Trade Certified clothing.
Meet Joanne Hong and Andrew Langsdorf, co-founders of Bay-based clothing label Alamere Designs and fighters of the good fight for fashion made in America.
We jump-start #FashionRevolution week with Ayesha Barenblat, founder of the digital platform Remake, showing us how to build a conscious consumer movement.
David Guizar, a crime survivor with a powerful story and Anna Cho Fenley, Director of Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice, prep us for #SurvivorsSpeak 2017.
Local fashion powerhouses Kristine Vejar, Kimberly Almeida, and Jennifer Hammock are here to help you answer a question on all of our minds: #WhoMadeMyClothes?
In Part 5 of #ChiTownWarriors we get down with CNN Top 10 Hero Diane Latiker, founder and force behind the Southside Chicago youth movement Kids Off The Block.
In Part 4 of #ChiTownWarrors, Dominique Jordan Turner tells us how her organization, Chicago Scholars, selects and mentors first-generation college students.
In Part 3 of #ChiTownWarriors, DeAnna McLeary-Sherman and Na-Tae’ Thompson of True Star Media and Foundation talk about elevating the next generation’s voices.
In Part 2 of #ChiTownWarriors, hear from Chief Marketing Officer Daniel Ash about how the Chicago Community Trust works to build bridges through conversation.
In Part 1 of our 5-part ode to Chicago, #ChiTownWarriors, Ambassador Vaughn Bryant and My Block, My Hood, My City founder Jahmal Cole dish visions for change.