With her band Tsunami and record label Simple Machines, Jenny Toomey was a fixture on the ’90s Washington, D.C. indie music scene. On this episode, Toomey shares her evolution from rocker to founder of the Future of Music Coalition to director at the Ford Foundation, one of the world’s wealthiest philanthropies. Be prepared to hear a lot of amazing music…and an inspiring ideas about how youthful ideals can mature into pragmatic and powerful careers.
Season 4 of ZigZag is examining the current culture of business and work, figuring out what needs to change, and experimenting with new ways to do it.
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Matt Boynton, Audio Engineer and Sound Designer
Ania Grzesik, Audio Engineer
David Herman, Composer
Marcy Thompson, Producer
Maria Wurttele, Production Coordinator