Gene Dattel | Clinton School Presents

Interview with Gene Dattel for NPR affiliate KUAR on Clinton School Presents, a weekly dialogue of distinguished guests that visit the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas. Nikolai DiPippa, Clinton School Director of Public Programs, sat down with Gene Dattel, Financial historian and author of the book, "Cotton and Race and the Making of America: The Human Costs of Economic Power," which looks at the complexity of cotton’s productive role in America’s rise to economic power from 1787 to 1930.

Jack Gerard | Clinton School Presents

Interview with Jack Gerard for NPR affiliate KUAR on Clinton School Presents, a weekly dialogue of distinguished guests that visit the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas. Nikolai DiPippa, Clinton School Director of Public Programs, sat down with American Petroleum Institute (API) President, Jack Gerard, to discuss his industry's role in the American economy, particularly its ability to create jobs. The oil and natural gas industry is responsible for 9.2 million American jobs, according to API, the national trade association representing the oil and natural gas industry.

Jason Grumet | Clinton School Presents

Interview with Jason Grumet for NPR affiliate KUAR on Clinton School Presents, a weekly dialogue of distinguished guests that visit the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas. Nikolai DiPippa, Clinton School Director of Public Programs, sat down with Jason Grumet, president of the Bipartisan Policy Center. The Center promotes bipartisan solutions to some of America’s most pressing policy challenges such as health care, energy, national security and economic policy.

Chris Yura | Clinton School Presents

Interview with Chris Yura for NPR affiliate KUAR on Clinton School Presents, a weekly dialogue of distinguished guests that visit the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas. Nikolai DiPippa, Clinton School Director of Public Programs, sat down with Chris Yura, founder of Sustain U, an American clothing company that utilizes domestic labor and recycled fiber to create apparel for the collegiate community. The company's business philosophy is based on the notion that the Green Economy is a way to jumpstart the struggling economy especially with environmentally sustainable, locally produced goods and services.