Witt Wednesday Podcast

In 2022, Wittenberg University hosted a “Witt Wednesday Podcast” to highlight our alumni and to allow them to share advice with our students.

Most people do not begin their careers in leadership or management positions. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t demonstrate leadership from the earliest moments of a new entry-level position. The Witt Wednesday Podcast focused on alumni, their perspectives on leadership, and their advice for students who are about to begin their career journey.

Click on the graphic below to listen to any of the Witt Wednesday Podcasts:

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2022 Alumni Guests

  • Dr. Ben Burkam
    Podcast Date: May 25
    Physician @ Ohio Health & The Columbus Blue Jackets

  • Ron Cunningham
    Podcast Date: June 1
    Business Development Manager @ BMI Federal Credit Union

  • Bill Habermeyer
    Podcast Date: June 8
    President & CEO @ The Florida Business Development Corporation

  • Jeff Guyton
    Podcast Date: June 15
    President & CEO @ Mazda North America

  • Swati Shivshankar
    Podcast Date: June 22
    Senior Strategist @ Ogilvy (Singapore)

  • Dr. Chandra Donnell Carey
    Podcast Date: June 29
    Academic Associate Dean @ The University of North Texas

  • Brittany Minton
    Podcast Date: July 6
    Head Registrar @ Peabody Essex Museum

  • Evelyn Jones
    Podcast Date: July 13
    Hospitalist @ Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center

  • Manny Lamarre
    Podcast Date: July 20
    Senior Advisor, US Department of Labor

  • Sean Buchan
    Podcast Date: July 27
    Founder & Head Brewer, Cerebral Brewing

Heath QueenPodcast Host: Heath Queen '16 was the host of the Witt Wednesday Podcast in 2021 and 2022. Heath also served on staff for the University in various career development roles, including serving as the co-director for the Communication and Business Leadership Experience (CABLE) from 2017-2021. Throughout his time on staff and as an alumnus, he grew to love meeting and engaging with alumni across the country as they supported the career goals of current Wittenberg Tigers. He currently resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and is finishing his Master of Divinity degree at Luther Seminary.

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