Full description: Clear Skies Ahead: Conversations about Careers in Meteorology and Beyond is a podcast series produced by the American Meteorological Society (AMS). Hosted by staff from the AMS Department of Career Development, this podcast series gives listeners the opportunity to step into the shoes of an expert working in weather, water, and climate sciences.
Release Schedule: We release podcasts every other week on Tuesdays.
Length: 20–30 minutes per episode.
Audio Trailer: Please find our trailer here.
Where to Listen:
In this first "teaser" episode of Clear Skies Ahead, learn all about the American Meteorological Society's newest podcast and meet some of the professionals working in weather, water, and climate sciences that you'll get to know in future episodes. Subscribe today in your podcatcher of choice! Our first full episode drops Tuesday, 29 October 2019.
Our first full episode of Clear Skies Ahead features Jen Henderson, an interdisciplinary social scientist at the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) in Boulder, Colorado.
Our second episode of Clear Skies Ahead features Jim Kurdzo, a radar meteorologist at MIT Lincoln Laboratory in Lexington, Massachusetts.
Our third episode of Clear Skies Ahead features Tony Praino, chief engineer and meteorologist at IBM Research in Yorktown Heights, NY.
Our fourth episode of Clear Skies Ahead features Mona Behl, oceanographer and associate director of NOAA's Sea Grant Program at the University of Georgia, (UGA).
Our fifth episode of Clear Skies Ahead features Mona Behl, oceanographer and associate director of NOAA's Sea Grant Program at the University of Georgia (UGA).
Our sixth episode of Clear Skies Ahead features Elizabeth Austin, Forensic Meteorologist and CEO of WeatherExtreme.
Our seventh episode of Clear Skies Ahead features Albert Betancourt, Catastrophe Management Analyst at American Family Insurance.
Our eighth episode of Clear Skies Ahead features Marshall Shepherd, Georgia Athletic Association Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Sciences and Geography at the University of Georgia.
Our ninth episode of Clear Skies Ahead features Ronelle Williams, a Broadcast Meteorologist at KSNW-TV in Wichita, Kansas.
Our tenth episode of Clear Skies Ahead features Jeff Yuhas, a K-12 science teacher at the Morristown-Beard School in Morristown, New Jersey.
Our eleventh episode of Clear Skies Ahead features Max Vido, a meteorologist at ACES Power in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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Contact: Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your feedback. We welcome your ideas for other atmospheric and related science careers you would like to learn about. If you are interested in doing a podcast with us, let us know. We are always looking for volunteers!
KELLY SAVOIE (Co-Host) is the Director of Career Development at the American Meteorological Society (AMS) in Boston where she oversees all career development activities including podcasts, webinars, the career center website, certification programs, AMAs, virtual career fairs, and other initiatives. Growing up in New England, she enjoys swimming, hiking, cycling, and winter sports.
BRANDON CROSE (Executive Producer and Guest Host) is the American Meteorological Society's Digital Content Creation Manager, where he shepherds all sorts of digital initiatives into life, including this very podcast! He is also a published author (Applause, Smith and Kraus, Hallmark), theatre educator, and audio dramatist (The Ordinary Epic). Twitter: @brandoncrose
REX HORNER (Co-Host) is the American Meteorological Society's Career Services Coordinator. He primarily supports the CBM, CCM, and CAT programs. He is an avid runner outside of work and practices watercolor illustration.
JASON EMMANUEL (Co-Host) Episodes 1-9.