This edition of Making the Case features Akaya Windwood. Akaya Windwood is president and chief executive officer of the Rockwood Leadership Institute. Having spent over 40 years working for change, she is committed to social and economic justice, and to building a compelling vision for effectiveness and collaboration within the nonprofit and social benefit sectors. Windwood has served on the Alameda County Human Relations Commission, and the Alameda County Hate Violence Prevention Task Force. She was a co-founder of the Women’s National Leadership Project. She holds a bachelor’s degree in applied psychology and has done doctoral work in clinical psychology at the University of California, Berkeley.
Making the Case featuring Akaya Windwood
On the Air
Nat King Cole (I Love You)For Sentimental Reasons @2:10
Margaret Whiting Oh,But I Do @2:07
Tommy Dorsey Dry Bones @2:02
Jay & The Americans Walking In The Rain @1:57
The Ronettes (The Best) Part Of Breaking Up @1:54
Andy Kim Baby,I Love You @1:50
Bette Midler Be My Baby @1:46
Frank Sinatra I Won't Dance @1:43
Dean Martin Everybody Loves Somebody @1:40
Sammy Davis,Jr. My Shining Hour @1:37
The Platters Only You(And You Alone) @1:34
Etta James At Last @1:31
Retro RadioThe show that takes you back in time as Joe Madigan plays the lost, the forgotten, and the classics of the 1960s. Retro Radio also features songs from the WIXY-Sixty survey from Cleveland's legendary Top 40 radio station, WIXY 1260.
@3 pm w/Joe Madigan - 1960s Records
The Outspoken CyclistJoin Diane each week as she talks with notables from industry advocacy, and the cycling community at large including manufacturers, bicycle builders, riders, trainers, coaches, and legislators. With 36 years of bicycle shop experience, Diane will also be talking about fit, performance, training, and more.
@5:30 pm w/Diane - Bicycling