CaSTL’s Drawbridge to Under-Represented Talent

For the full hour, we present a stellar example of how the entire UCI campus and academia the world round, can realize genuine diversity in their ranks. Today’s three guests, offering this opportunity in various capacities at the NSF and UCI’s Center for Chemistry at the Space Time Limit: CaSTL are: outreach extraordinaire Danielle Watt, and researchers Kate Rodriguez and Howard Weatherspoon, about their work and recruiting under-represented minorities to STEM careers. Follow leading edge research and socially redeeming projects at:  

OC Kingmaker/Queenmaker Speaks AND 3rd Annual OC Women’s March 1-19-19

Wylie Aitken, OC trial lawyer and local rainmaker in political, cultural and educational realms, ponders the dynamics and developments afoot in local politics.
In the second segment (minute 36:37): Jennifer Muir Beuthin, labor leader and journalist, as an organizer of this year’s OC Women’s March, posts us on what to expect at this 3rd annual taking place in Santa Ana on 1/19, 10 a.m-1 p.m.  

SaferMade Raises Consumers’ Game AND Grand Central Art Center Celebrates Their 20th

The first guest is respected member in the green chemistry community Martin Mulvihill, who heads up SaferMade,, an organization keenly involved in what goes into the products we literally consume. Essential certifications and other sources covered include: Environmental Work Group, Toxic Use Reduction Institute, MadeSafe, Skin Deep, Safe Charter, and Safe Choice. Consumers and activists are now armed to raise their game in the market place as well as the regulatory arenas.
In the second segment (minute 33:43), John Spiak, Director Chief Curator of the Grand Central Art Center in beautiful downtown Santa Ana, brings compelling installations, events and programs to our attention. GCAC is located at 125 N Broadway, S.A. Call 714-567-7233 or go to: for all postings of current and future delights. 

Breastfeeding Mothers: Help Is Three Minutes Away

For the entire hour Melanie Silverman, Chief Clinical Officer; and Vivien Earthman, contracting lactation specialist; break down how their app Pacify is a public health game changer offering full support, and a special kind of life-line, to new parents.  A wholesome and hopeful note upon which to start 2019. Questions could be directed to: or details for enrolling are available at: