Finding Your Passion through Podcasting
with Layne Ingram and Dr. Steve Robinson
If you have a message to share or a passion for raising awareness about an issue, podcasting is a fantastic vehicle to spread information. In this session, Layne Ingram, creator of The Reconstructed Man Podcast and Dr. Steve Robinson, LCC President & Podcast Host, take you through the WHY and HOW of Podcasting by sharing their very personal reasons for launching their projects and how they did it. Join for a fun and engaging session that will include an episode breakdown, Case Study and an interactive opportunity to pitch a podcast. Both hosts share real tips, tools and tactics to get started on your podcast project.
The Reconstructed Man podcast – https://www.thereconstructedman.com/
Teachable Moment podcast – https://www.lcc.edu/lccpresident/teachable-moment.html
LCC Alumni Stories podcast- https://www.lcc.edu/lccpresident/alumni-stories.html
#EndCCStigma podcast – https://www.stitcher.com/show/endccstigma
Biography of the Presenters:
Layne Ingram is the Special Projects Coordinator-Office of the President, and the head women’s basketball coach at Lansing Community College. A former collegiate and professional basketball player, Layne is a Transgender man and an LGBTQ+ advocate. He graduated from the University of Michigan in 2002 with his bachelor’s in communication, holds a Master of Science in Leadership from Central Michigan University, and has worked in the non-profit, professional sports and higher education sectors. Layne is also an accomplished public speaker and national presenter with a passion for raising awareness of and supporting the Trans community, specifically youth and teens. He is a strong advocate for people being exactly who they are and living their lives as authentically as they can.
Dr. Steve Robinson became the seventh president of Lansing Community College on July 20, 2020. His community college career has spanned every aspect of teaching, learning, planning, management and organizational operations. Prior to being named president in a national search, he previously served as president at Owens Community College. During his tenure, he led the college through a serious financial crisis, placing the institution on sound fiscal footing. Before joining Owens, Robinson served as Executive Dean of Planning and Research at Mott Community College in Flint, Michigan. He has over 23 years of Michigan community college experience. At four-year institutions, he served as a member of the graduate faculty in English at the University of Michigan-Flint. He also served as a chair and faculty advisor in the Doctorate in Community College Leadership (DCCL) program at Ferris State University, as well as the Doctoral Program in Higher Education at the University of Toledo. Read More