Global Tennessee Podcast – Episode 015 – Roundtable with Karl Dean, 68th Mayor of Nashville

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GLOBAL TENNESSEE PODCAST

Episode 15

Global Tennessee host Patrick Ryan talked with Karl Dean, 68th Mayor of Nashville (2007-2015) and 2018 Gubernatorial Candidate in Tennessee, John Scannapieco (TNWAC Board) and Logan Monday (TNWAC Staff). Dean discussed his post-mayoral experiences including running for Tennessee Governor and his views on international affairs and global affairs awareness and education. The Roundtable talked about Nashville as a Global City and the relations through Sister Cities and organizations like the Consulate of Japan. We welcome you to this episode to gain a new view on Nashville as an international place and the work of the World Affairs Council and other organizations to help its citizens ‘know the world.’

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Global Tennessee is the Podcast of the Tennessee World Affairs Council, a nonprofit, nonpartisan educational association. We rely on support of members and donors to sustain our global affairs awareness efforts. We ask you to become members and make a gift, and for businesses to contact us about sponsoring and participating in Global Tennessee and other community and education outreach programs that bring the world to Tennessee. Contact Patrick Ryan (931-261-2353 / patryan@tnwac.org )

 

GLOBAL TENNESSEE

  • Executive Producer: Patrick Ryan
  • Senior Producer: Logan Monday
  • Technical Advisor: Bill Ryan
  • Voice of Global Tennessee: Ben Olson

 

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The mission of the nonprofit, nonpartisan Tennessee World Affairs Council is to promote international awareness, understanding and connections to enhance the region’s global stature and to prepare Tennesseans to thrive in our increasingly complex and connected world.

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