Talking Tech! TechBridge Tennessee Community Leader Interview for the Nashville Radio Show

May 30, 2019


The Nashville Radio Show is a product of cityCurrent, a privately-funded catalyst working to power good in the Mid-South and Middle Tennessee. For the episode, the show featured an interview with TechBridge’s Tennessee Community Leader Samantha Sanchez about what TechBridge has been doing in Tennessee. During the 15-minute segment, Samantha covered numerous tech topics.

Nashville Radio Show, Broadcast with Samantha Sanchez

Samantha shared about TechBridge’s efforts to help nonprofits do good better including everything from everyday technology solutions to TechBridge’s long-term focus on collective impact. Radio host Jeremy Park asked Samantha about her personal experience with technology. She explained her experience as a Type 1 diabetic and using Bluetooth medical devices to manage a challenging disability. She also highlighted how others could share information about TechBridge’s services for nonprofits with their favorite nonprofit, as well as how they could support Techbridge’s work by becoming an annual sponsor.

Listen to the broadcast recording and read more on cityCurrent’s site.

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