Facebook      Twitter      Instagram



360BayArea Guest Information

 

We know time is precious, so thanks in advance for taking a moment to learn more about your nomination to be a guest on 360BayArea. One of our Ambassadors thinks this could be right up your alley!

The Ambassadors Circle

We are a collective that inspires and equips social influencers to do more good. We're using live experiences and building a network of handcrafted podcasts to blend culture forward and intellectually stimulating content to galvanize our tribes.

About 360BayArea

The San Francisco Bay Area is one of the most diverse places on the planet, yet dialog between culture creators and change makers are often limited – until now. This podcast dives into headlines, #hashtags and colorful voices from all around the Bay.

Why Me?

Guests of this podcast are from all walks of life. Whether bartenders or coders, educators or entertainers, change makers and culture creators, they are intriguing reflections of the communities they come from and have distinct, and sometimes underrepresented, perspectives.

In addition, we check in with folks from all over the world to see what local headlines are being chatted about in their neck of the woods.

Interview Details

360BayArea is recorded via our mobile studio setup in suitable spaces around the Bay Area or via Skype. Interviews typically take 30-45 minutes and are one-on-one or panel discussions with our host(s).  Interviewees will be prepped with all the details imaginable to create an intriguing, entertaining and share-worthy episode for all to be proud of.

Accepting Our Invitation

If this all sounds good to you, and we hope it does, please note we typically record 360BayArea on Thursdays between 9:30-10:30am PST. Please click here to let us know which date and time works for you and we’ll contact you shortly with additional details.

If you have a question or wish to decline this invitation for any reason please email us by clicking here and we’ll kindly notify your nominator.

Thank you in advance for your time and consideration. We look forward to having you as a guest!

The Ambassadors Circle 


RECENT SHOWS

 

Homelessness in the City: Trying to Solve What Seems UnSolveable

Ep. 7: March 29, 2016

We're following up on frustrations around the homeless issue voiced by a couple of our previous guests, including Leila and John. On this episode our guest is Sam Dodge who's been working to find solutions to the ongoing epidemic of homelessness from coast to coast since the year 2000. Sam was a member of New York City's Department of Homeless Services team that worked to design and manage programs that reduced street homelessness by 60%. And in 2015 he was appointed to serve as the Director of Housing Opportunity, Partnerships and Engagement, or HOPE, here in San Francisco. In addition to talking to him about poop, yes, poop we'll find out if he thinks there is hope for the homeless... and what you can do to influence the status quo!

After listening to this episode, click the link to complete our survey and let us know what you think! You'll help The Ambassadors Circle create shows that you'll be proud to share among your tribe. Please click that blue button and give us a grade!

EPISODE DETAILS

Super Bowl 50, #BlackLivesMatter and Homelessness Collide!

Ep. 6: February 4, 2016

360BayArea is a show that brings colorful voices to the mic to get their perspective on the haps from around the Bay. On this episode we got to sit down with Miesha and AJ, two friends with close ties to Santa Clara University, to talk the Black Lives Matter movement, the Super Bowl coming to town and the growing homeless population in cities throughout the region.

By completing a brief survey after listening to this episode, you'll help The Ambassadors Circle create shows that you'll be proud to share among your tribe. Please click that blue button and give us a grade!

EPISODE DETAILS

What's the 411?

Ep. 5: December 10, 2015

And another one...last week's police-involved fatal shooting of 26 year-old Mario Woods in San Francisco's Bayview neighborhood has sparked local outrage and national headlines. Hear the latest on this evolving story, including recent reaction from SF Mayor Ed Lee and Police Commission President Suzy Loftus.

By completing a brief survey after listening to this episode, you'll help The Ambassadors Circle create shows that you'll be proud to share among your tribe. Please click that blue button and give us a grade!

EPISODE DETAILS

Every Friday Should Be First Friday

Ep. 4: November 19, 2015

360BayArea is a show that celebrate all things Bay. And one man that has been at the center of bringing great people, great music, great fashion and great experiences to the Bay has been Daryle Whyte. On this episode we got to sit down with Daryle and learn more about his upbringing, his experience living and working throughout the Bay and his unwavering commitment to building community.

By completing a brief survey after listening to this episode, you'll help The Ambassadors Circle create shows that you'll be proud to share among your tribe. Please click that blue button and give us a grade!

EPISODE DETAILS

We Are a Country of Immigrants

Ep. 3: November 19, 2015

360BayArea celebrates the diversity of the Bay. From art, food, music and food trucks, it seems every nation in the world is represented here.  In this episode we hear Clara, (born in Buenos Aires, Argentina), and Kevin (born in Beijing, China and raised in Toronto, Canada), discuss the circumstances that led to them migrating to this region.

After listening, please take a couple minutes to complete a brief survey about this show 360BayArea. Your opinion on our show concepts will help us develop content that moves you.

EPISODE DETAILS

Excuse Me, But Why?

Ep. 2: November 19, 2015

Politics, the arts, music, the environment, and entertaining happenings…360BayArea is bringing diverse voices to the airwaves to discuss topics and issues that are on the hearts and minds of its residents.

In this episode we hear from John, an entrepreneur and Co-Founder of Code and Canvas; Leila, an Ocean’s Conservation Attorney; and Maria, who works for Children International. All three of our guests told us about a local issue that they’d like a city official in a position of power to address.

Do you share the same concerns as our guests? After listening to the show, please fill out the quick poll below and leave a comment about what you’ve heard, topics you want discussed, and tell us if you know someone who should be on the show.

EPISODE DETAILS

Dish Yo Deets! Bay Area Residents Represent Their Cultures

Ep. 1: November 19, 2015

The San Francisco Bay Area is one of the most diverse places on the planet, yet dialog between culture creators and change makers is often limited…until now! 360BayArea dives into the lifestyle, politics, and unique perspectives of colorful voices from all around the Bay. On this episode we brought Elizabeth, Kat, John, Maria, Lamat, Lulue and Jamarr to talk about their ethnic backgrounds, upbringings and family traditions.  It's what we around here  call "Dishing your deets!" That's short for details. (wink)

After listening to the show, please help us out by taking a survey and leaving a comment about what you’ve heard, local topics you want discussed and if you know a colorful personality that should be on this show, click Suggestions under Join the Circle.

EPISODE DETAILS