BCIT sets out to inspire with season two of Fireweed podcast

During a period of profound adjustment in how we work, learn, and socialize, the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) sets out to inspire with stories of resilience and adaptability on season two of the Fireweed podcast — launched September 20.

Listeners will follow host and BCIT alumna, Bianca Rego, in conversation with people who have persevered and re-written their story in the face of disruption. Fireweed features industry experts and innovative thinkers who are reshaping their industries with new technologies, new thoughts, and new approaches.  

Season two of Fireweed consists of seven, 20-minute episodes that explore themes such as climate change, travel, real estate, cannabis, sustainable flight, our workforce, and education. Fireweed launches with new episodes released biweekly on all podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Spotify.

Visit Fireweed for more information about the podcast, which features compelling guests:  

  • David Leventhal, Founder of Regenerative Travel & Operating Manager, Playa Viva (Listen to David
  • Hazrah Moothoo, Research Assistant, BCIT Natural Health and Food Products Research Group (NRG) 
  • Diosa Femme, Podcast producer, writer, and host, Locatora Radio 
  • Dr. Eric Saczuk, Lead, RPAS Hub, and Faculty, Geomatics Department, BCIT
  • Michael Cairns, Architectural Product Representative, Innotech Windows + Doors (Listen to Michael
  • Laura Vail, Senior Director, Student Success, BCIT 

About Bianca Rego, Host, Fireweed:

Bianca Rego is a Producer and Radio Host at Corus Entertainment with an innate drive to share thought-provoking stories. Equipped with an Honours Degree in English Literature from Queens University and a Diploma with Distinction in Broadcast and Online Journalism from BCIT, Biancas ability to orchestrate engaging narratives has been widely acclaimed throughout her professional endeavours.

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