Get Together

People & Company, Bailey Richardson, Kevin Huynh, Kai Elmer Sotto, Maggie Zhang, Mia Quagliarello

technology, "society & culture", business
A show about ordinary people building extraordinary communities. "Get Together" is hosted by the team at People & Company and our correspondents Mia Quagliarello, Maggie Zhang, Marjorie Anderson, and Whitney Ogutu.
Wondering where to start with Get Together? Fans of the podcast have clipped their favorite moments: check out a list of the best episodes below. Want more podcast clips? Get the Shuffle app.

Best Episodes

A curated dinner party that went virtual without losing its purpose 🍴Lennon Flowers and Carla Fernandez of The Dinner Party

Nov 14, 2020

"How to find the elephant in a community"

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The Dinner Party is a worldwide community of 20- and 30-somethings who have each experienced the loss of a loved one. “We know what it’s like to lose someone and we aren’t afraid to talk about it,” their website states.Before the pandemic more than 400 Dinner Party tables were regularly meeting inRead more

BONUS! Kevin's interview on Masters of Community with David Spinks

Oct 24, 2020

"Semantics matter when turning feelings into tangible actions. "

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You can tune into the original episode on the Masters of Community podcast.Special thanks to David and his team for giving us access to the audio to share directly with our listeners. Check out their podcasts!

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What a little "social courage" can do: Connecting strangers through tea time 🍵 Ankit Shah, Tea With Strangers

Jun 30, 2020

"Ankit on micro communities"

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“If you're going to lead an organization, it's likely that more of your time and energy is going into building an engine and less of your time and energy is going into facilitating connection between people. It's really important for community leaders to recognize if they want to lead anRead more

Remixing products with the help of superusers ✨Camille Ricketts, Head of Marketing at Notion

Nov 13, 2019

"What is the atomic unit of the Notion community?"

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Today we’re talking to Camille Ricketts (@camillericketts), the superstar Head of Marketing for Notion.If you know what Notion is, you are likely obsessed with it.But if you don’t, here’s our best shot at explaining the software: Notion is an all-in-one workspace for note-taking, project managementRead more

What makes a Facebook groups “off the charts” active 👩🏻‍💻 Lindsay Russell, Facebook

Aug 3, 2020

"What Facebook defines as a power group "

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“Every party needs a host. Every team needs a coach. It's no different online than it is in our real world communities.” - Lindsay RussellAt Facebook, Lindsay Russell was a part of the team that used data to identify, validate and supercharge the company’s biggest community building investments toRead more

The music label that feels like family 💽 Aundy Crenshaw of Dirtybird Records

May 5, 2020

"Community creators getting people offline from socials"

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“Treat people like they're part of the brand, because they are the brand.” - Aundy CrenshawWhere do you find the funkiest, dirtiest, most addictive house music around? Look no further than Dirtybird Records.  Aundy Crenshaw and her husband, Barclay Macbride Crenshaw (better known as DJ ClaudeRead more

Writers helping writers 📬 Fiona Monga & Nadia Eghbal, Substack

Sep 28, 2020

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“Community means there's a reason why these people are here, irrespective of the platform.” - Nadia EghbalIf you haven’t heard of Substack, you will soon. The company is just three years old and growing quickly. The co-founders came together to see if they could solve a problem: helping writersRead more

A curated dinner party that has scaled without losing its purpose 🍴Lennon Flowers and Carla Fernandez of The Dinner Party

Dec 17, 2019
Today we’re talking to Lennon Flowers and Carla Fernandez, co-founders of The Dinner Party, a worldwide community of 20- and 30-somethings who have each experienced the loss of a loved one.Using the age old practice of breaking bread, Dinner Partiers are transforming life after loss from anRead more

The secret sauce behind Mariah Carey’s fan community 🌟 Bree Nguyen

Aug 17, 2020

"Ode to the power of paying attention"

“Hi, Bree, it’s Mariah. Mariah Carey...Please tell the fans thank you.”In 1999, 16-year-old Bree Nguyen was hired by her idol, Mariah Carey, to do something urgent: get Mariah on Total Request Live (TRL). Why hire a 16-year-old fan? Bree figured out one thing that music executives were unclear howRead more
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