The SIP: The Coke Scholars Ignite Podcast

The SIP: The Coke Scholars Ignite Podcast

Latest Episodes

Caring for Our Mental Health with Robert, Diana, Chris, and Nina
September 14, 2022

The fourth episode of Season 3 features 4 Coke Scholar mental health advocates.

From Covid Challenges to Cell Phones: Parenting Wisdom with Samuel, Nelda, and Dr. Laura
August 30, 2022

The third episode of Season 3 features 3 Coke Scholar parents who discuss the twists and turns of raising children and teenagers.

Seeing the World Through the Lens of Storytelling with Nicole, Adam, and Jared
August 10, 2022

The second episode of Season 3 features 3 Coke Scholars who are incredibly talented artists, storytellers, and creative entrepreneurs.

Just Do It: How Jorge, Jarvis, and Rosalyn are Leading with Purpose
July 26, 2022

The first episode of Season 3 brings together 3 Coke Scholars expanding diversity and social impact at NIKE, Inc.

Going Pro in Basketball and Business with Junior Bridgeman, CEO of Heartland Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
July 06, 2021

Junior Bridgeman barely made his high school basketball team. He played 12 years in the NBA.   Junior’s first restaurant was robbed and set on fire. He became the owner of over 450 restaurants in 20 s

Cultivating Empathy and Delivering Hope for LGBTQ Students with Joe English (2013)
January 08, 2021

“I grew up in a 1900-person farm town… I never saw or watched or read anything that I felt really spoke to me as a gay person. It would have meant the world to me to have read even one book with one gay character in school,

When Spit Saves the World (and Builds a Business) with Jason Feldman (1990)
December 17, 2020

From The Home Depot to The Body Shop to Amazon to Vault Health, Jason Feldman (1990) describes his career as a game and chutes and ladders. His navigating force: using business to do good in the world. In this episode of The SIP, Sue Suh (1992),

Helping Millions Find Their Purpose by Pursuing Her Own with Kathryn Minshew (2004)
December 03, 2020

Investors initially called The Muse a “cute project.” Kathryn Minshew (2004) built it into the go-to destination for more than 75 million people each year to research companies and careers. In this episode of The SIP, Chantelle George (2006),

Building Bridges for Communities of Color with Lillian Singh (2000)
November 11, 2020

Actor, singer, and entertainer Kevin Shen interviews fellow 2000 Scholar Lillian Singh this episode, who is the Vice President of Programs and Racial Wealth Equity at Prosperity Now, an organization that works to ensure a clear path to financial stabil...

A Quest to Rehumanize Politics with Steven Olikara (2008)
October 28, 2020

In this episode, Sue Suh (1992), Chief People Officer for TIME, joins as host to talk with Steven Olikara (2008), Founder and CEO of the Millennial Action Project (MAP). The Millennial Action Project has an audacious mission: activate young leaders to ...