Episodes

Episode 33: Edward W. Neufville, III – Olympic Runner, Immigration Lawyer

Edward Neufville is the founder and owner of the Law Office of Edward W. Neufville, III, LLC. Born in Liberia, he moved to the US in December 1990 at the age of 14 to escape the civil war that started there. He was a Division 1 track and field runner at UNC Chapel Hill, has...

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Episode 32: Adam & Becca Stanley – Blueprint58

Blueprint58 exists to empower youth to grow into community leaders through mutually transformational relationships. Their vision: A restored SouthWest Atlanta where youth are empowered to grow into community leaders. Their approach: Deeply rooted in Isaiah 58:12, we believe that communities can be restored through building mutually transformative relationships. This approach keeps the individuals that make...

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Episode 31: Dr. Stacey Nixon

Dr. Stacey Nickson, Director of Auburn’s Center for Educational Outreach & Engagement began partnering with Culture Bump in 2012. She serves as the Product Director and University Partnership Director for Culture Bump. She created and administers the Auburn University Cultural Insight Program as a home for research, training and product development using the Culture Bump...

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Episode 30 – Dr. Carol Archer

Dr. Carol Archer is the originator of the Culture Bump theory and methodology. She’s an international trainer and coach, based in Houston, TX. She first started working with the Culture Bump theory in October of 1978 and has since trained people in various fields, such as international business, religion, education, and medicine to use the...

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Episode 29 – Culture Bump

The genesis of the culture bump theory and steps occurred to Dr. Carol Mae Archer in 1978 as a response to her grappling with her difficulties living in Algeria the previous year. Thus, the eight steps of Culture Bump and its basic foundation were born. Over the past 40 years, Culture Bump has grown in...

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Episode 28 – #TBT to Episode 19 with Whitley Dykes

Dumps Like A Truck is a food truck with a cause. Authentic Chinese Dumpling Truck that helps educate and put shoes on the feet of children living & scavenging for survival in third-world trash dumps. We sit down with Whitley Dykes to talk about life, family, faith, and reasons why he and his wife started...

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