Episodes

Natale Voland: Sustainability in Real Estate & Using Business as a Force of Good

Nov. 9, 2022

As both a socially-missioned and profit-oriented real estate developer, Natalie Voland focuses on responsible capitalism. Recognizing that 38% of our carbon footprint is related to the built environment, she advocates for ma…

Lauren Small: Charting Your Own Path to Make a Difference

Oct. 11, 2022

In this episode we talk with Lauren Small, a determined spirit, who has turned tragedy into something meaningful. She shares how we can become heroes in our own communities to help make the world a better place.

Alec Mathewson '95: Design for the Art of Learning

Sept. 9, 2022

Alec is the Design Curriculum Lead and Fab Lab Coordinator at LCC. He is an interdisciplinary artist and designer specializing in digital fabrication, critical making, and using design processes with the intent to learn.

Lise Huppler & Sarah Kingsley: Neurodiversity in Education

Aug. 9, 2022

Join Lise Huppler & Sarah Kingsley for a candid conversation about neurodiversity & education.

Luc Drymer Graham: A New Approach to Community Conservation in the Jungles of Borneo

July 9, 2022

Luc Drymer Graham '21 (Pre-U '22) is a recent graduate of Lower Canada College. Since 2018, he has been working in youth-to-youth education with International Animal Rescue Indonesia to promote orangutan and forest conservat…

Christopher Shannon: The Past & Present of Education & Preparing Students for the Future

June 9, 2022

Join us for a candid conversation with Lower Canada College’s Head of School about education and more. How things were, how they are and what’s in store for the future.

Kristina Ashqar: Gender Roles in Business and Bucking the Trend

May 9, 2022

​​Kristina Ashqar '02 (Pre-U '03) began her journey with PSB Boisjoli as an intern in 2005. She quickly rose up the ranks of the firm’s Audit and Assurance Division. From the beginning, she established herself as a gifted su…

Manny Blu: The Nashville Artist Does Things His Own Way

April 8, 2022

Before Manny Blu was known as a Nashville artist with his own genre, three LPs and 1M+ streams, he was playing tours throughout North America and Canada as an acclaimed MMA fighter turned country singer and a true road warri…

Meghan Swidler: Holistic Nutrition, Health & Wellness

March 4, 2022

Meghan Swidler '08 (Pre-U '09), is a graduate of Cornell University. She started her career working for a hyper growth tech startup in both San Francisco and New York City. Then, in 2021, she took a leap and changed her care…

John Brownstein: COVID-19 and Dealing with Infectious Diseases Efficiently & Effectively

Feb. 9, 2022

COVID-19 and dealing with infectious diseases efficiently & effectively

Chris Olive: How Can You Identify an Exemplary Educator?

Jan. 12, 2022

An open conversation with Chris Olive about the realities of education, exposing truths and revealing that it is not always what people think it is.

Samara Fox

Dec. 9, 2021

A look into the world of mental health, Samara addresses myths and misconceptions and gives insight into her own cutting-edge research.

Sheri Elefant

Nov. 26, 2021

Sheri Elefant shares her personal journey, the shift in her career from corporate to non-profit and the things that are most meaningful to her.

Mitch Garber

Nov. 26, 2021

Mitch Garber talks about his early years, his rise to success and the importance of working hard and giving back. In the early 90s, Mitch hosted a sports radio talk show in Montreal before pursuing a career as a lawyer and …

Matt Cundill

Nov. 25, 2021

Matt Cundill '87 joins us for a candid conversation about his background, his journey in broadcasting and shift to the world of podcasting.  Matt is one of the best in the business of Canadian broadcasting and podcasting. H…

Welcome to We Are LCC

Nov. 22, 2021

The We Are LCC podcast is a series of informative and engaging conversations with members of the extended Lower Canada College community, wherever they may be on the planet. We delve into a wide range of diverse and timely i…