A podcast about the Teal For Change council, founded to expand the San Jose Sharks organization's efforts in support of diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice, both within the organization and throughout the Bay Area community.
On the latest episode of Teal For Change, Mo has a conversation with Rochelle Popyon and April Scott, Co Founders of Panthers, U-18 Hockey Team with prominently Black Players with the mission to provide a welcoming environment for African American players, showcase their talent and encourage more African American children to pursue the sport of ice hockey.
Celebrating Women's History Month, Mo sits down with 5 women of Team Teal: Mary Grace Miller, Executive Assistant - Malia Bates, Integrated Marketing Coordinator - Candace Barnes, Coordinator, Ticket Sales and Service - Cassie McBride, Senior VP General Counsel - Rebecca Buehler, Producer
On the latest episode of Teal For Change, Mo sits down with Kwame Mason, Producer of Soul On Ice- a film that retells the unknown contributions of black athletes in ice hockey. Kwame is also a member of the NHL Player and Fan Inclusion Council.
On the latest episode of Teal For Change, Mo talks with Renee Hess, Founder and Executive Director of Black Girl Hockey Club, about creating space for black women in hockey and their antiracism pledge which aims to educate, employ and empower. For more information, check out their website https://blackgirlhockeyclub.org/
On the latest episode of Teal For Change, Mo talks with Irfan Rydhan, an American Muslim community activist and native of San Jose who's been a catalyst in helping bring hockey to the Bay Area Muslim Community.
On the latest episode of Teal For Change, Mo sits down with Sharks team photographer Amanda Cain, Manager of Photography and Creative Services, Amanda Cain, about her upbringing and the path that led her to San Jose.
On the latest episode of Teal For Change, Mo talks with Ron Gonzales, former Mayor of San Jose and President and CEO of Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley, celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month and the work that HFSV does in the community.
The new General Manager of the San Jose Sharks sits down with Mo to talk about a variety of topics.
On the latest episode of Teal For Change, Mo talks about Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging with Sara Salam, Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging Director of the San Jose Sharks, Kyle Ellington, Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging Director with the Oakland Athletics, and Lamont Williams, Assistant Professor at San Jose State University.
On the latest episode of Teal For Change, Mo chats with Saldy Suriben, the the Chief Marketing Officer of Silicon Valley Pride, a volunteer run non-profit organization, where he is responsible for marketing, sponsorship, and events for the organization. He is a proud part of the LGBTQ community in San Jose.
On the latest episode of Teal For Change, Mo talks with INDTVUSA CEO Charanbir Mahal about his path from business to sports, and his involvement with Indian Heritage Night at SAP Center.
On the latest episode of Teal For Change, Mo speaks with Ian Kennedy, author of "On Account of Darkness."
On the latest episode of Teal For Change Mo celebrates Women's History Month by talking to some of the Women that populate the Sharks Front Office, and learning about the path that led them to sports.
On the latest episode of Teal For Change, Mo chats with Milan Balinton of the AACSA about how his background led him to work in the non profit world and the AACSA
On the latest episode of Teal For Change, Mo talks to the Sharks' Jasper Weatherby about his own actions in social activism, and his family's history of activism.
On the latest episode of Teal For Change, Mo and Whitney talk to public defenders working in different counties across the Bay Area.
Ep. 04: The National Hockey League's Senior Executive Vice President of Social Impact, Growth & Legislative Affairs Kim Davis joins Mo and Whitney to talk diversity and inclusion at the league level.
Ep. 03: The Sharks Kurtis Gabriel, along with Brock McGillis, are back. Mo and Whitney's colleague, Chi-Yin Tse, joins them to reflect on recent violence and hate facing the AAPI community.
Ep. 02: Our hosts Whitney and Mo tell us more about their roles with the Sharks organization and then chat with Sharks forward Kurtis Gabriel, as well as Brock McGillis, about their passion for and work in the LGBTQ+ community.
Ep. 01: In the debut episode of the Teal for Change podcast, Sharks employees, Whitney Hallock and Mohamed Fofana, introduce themselves as hosts and chat with colleague Heather Hooper about what Teal for Change is and how it came to be.