Kubrick launches podcast series to amplify the voices of their growing community.
Kubrick HQ have released the first episode of their exciting new podcast series ‘Kubrick Voices’. The show, which will air monthly, features members of the Kubrick community to explore the skills and passions they bring to their work in the technology sphere and beyond. In celebration of International Volunteers Day, Episode 1 catches up with two of the Kubrick members who are leading an exciting volunteering initiative with Medical Aid Films. In this episode, Elmira Ahmedova, Associate Principal, and Tom White, Kubrick Advanced Consultant, share their motivations to join the project and reflect on the challenges and rewards of using their data and technology skills for good.
Camilla Dickson, Client Communications Lead at Kubrick and podcast host, said: “I’m continually inspired by the wealth of perspectives which our consultants and partners bring to project work and the general atmosphere in Kubrick. What really makes them shine is not just the quality of their technical skills, but the manner in which they can apply them to real world challenges by tying in their personal interests and experiences. This podcast is a fantastic opportunity to spotlight some of the incredible members of our community who are shaping their careers and the future of the technology industry. I’m absolutely thrilled to help raise their voices and create an open conversation about the multitude of approaches we can take to create a culture which benefits us all.”
Kubrick Voices Episode 1 premieres today, December 6th, and is supported by our partners at Medical Aid Films. Join us in 2022 for more episodes, where we discuss today’s biggest challenges from mental wellbeing to environmentalism and more.
About Medical Aid Films
Medical Aid Films is an award-winning charity that creates quality media and communications that helps disadvantaged communities and health workers enhance the health and wellbeing of the people around them. To do this, the organization works to produce relatable, inclusive content in local languages and to ensure that the format and delivery of content focus on the poorest, most remote, and most vulnerable groups and communities. With this approach, Medical Aid Films is working to create a world where everyone can lead healthy lives.
You can learn more about Medical Aid Films and their work on their website and across social media platforms: https://www.medicalaidfilms.org