CEIE Podcast: Engaging Liberal Democracy with Dr. David Elcott

CEIE Director Dr. Michael Reid Trice speaks with Dr. David Elcott, a Professor and Author of interfaith and ethnic activism. Before retiring in 2022, he was the Taub Professor of Practice in Public Service and Leadership at the Wagner School of Public Service at NYU and director of the Advocacy and Political Action specialization. Now, [...] Read More

CEIE Podcast: The Future of Spirituality with John Philip Newell

In this podcast, CEIE Assistant Director Rev. Dr. Kara Markell speaks with John Philip Newell, a Celtic theologian as well as a teacher and author of spirituality. He is the author of the book, "Sacred Earth Sacred Soul." Subscribe to our Podcasts on SoundCloud and YouTube at: Return to all Podcasts Read More

Podcast: Melting the Ice in Our Hearts & Understanding our Inner Depth

In this interview, Angaangaq 'Uncle' Angakkorsuaq speaks to Dr. Michael Trice about his interactions with scientists and the U.N. in the past, and how teachings from his childhood could guide the climate change discussion. This podcast was originally released on March 14, 2019. Subscribe to our Podcasts at:    Return to all Podcasts "I just [...] Read More

Blog: Reflecting on Leadership

Leadership is a tightrope to walk at this time in history.  As a leader in any profession or industry, one must look out and look up to God or whatever higher Essence they believe in as to the way forward given the answers to many of the questions and decisions we are faced with are […]

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Blog: To See and Be the Light of Yuletide

I know I’m not alone in this: the 2020 Holiday season is unlike anything I’ve ever experienced before.  I would say it’s because of being away from family, but as a nine-year Army veteran, I’ve often been away from friends and family during Yule and their holidays—so, that’s not quite unusual.  After the Army, I […]

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Blog: Showing Up, Title or Not: Leadership from the Middle

For a long time, I didn’t consider myself a “leader with a capital L.” You won’t typically find me taking charge in meetings, putting myself out there during events, or being credited as someone who built something from the ground up. My leadership philosophy is quite different: I lead from the middle. In other words, […]

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