The Aspen Center for Social Values
A show that talks about all aspects of human flourishing, from physical and mental health to social and spiritual well-being...
The Good Life! consists of a series of conversations with both local and national leaders in health care, law, environment, science, business, and faith that will stretch your understanding of the relationship between different aspects of health and wellness.
The Rise of Anti-Semitism
with Rabbi Michael Schudrich, Chief Rabbi of Poland
Eldercare and Living Life More Fully
with Dr. Jules Rosen, Chief Medical Officer of Mind Springs Health
Secularism and Its Relationship with Multiculturalism
with Rev. Jane Keener-Quiat, Rev. Charla Belinsky, and Rabbi Mendel Mintz
Immigration, Acculturation, and Community Building
with Jon Fox-Rubin, Executive Director of Valley Settlement
The Values of Success
with Katherine Sand, Director of Aspen Family Connections
Where Do Moral Beliefs Come From and How Do We Act On Them?
with Mary Gentile, Creator and Director of Giving Voice to Values
The Politics of Science
with David Houggy, President of the Aspen Science Center
The Relationship Between Public and Private Health
with Karen Koenemann, Public Health Director for Pitkin County
What Does Integrated Care Mean?
with Ross Brooks, Executive Director of Mountain Family Health Centers
What are the Values of Healthcare Delivery?
with James Corbett, Senior Vice President of Community Health Improvement and Values Integration at Centura Health
with Rob Stein, Superintendent of the Roaring Fork School District
How Does the Environment Affect Well-being?
with Chris Lane, CEO of Aspen Center for Environmental Studies
The Aspen Center for Social Values is a network of socially-minded individuals seeking practical ideas to solve pressing social challenges. Its mission is to promote serious thought about - and to bring a fresh and unique voice to - social and societal challenges that confront the world today.