Kelly Tshibaka will be launching a nationally focused podcast show called, ”STAND,” that she says will be “where courage is contagious and cowardice comes to die.”
Tshibaka is a former government watchdog and former candidate for U.S. Senate, having run against Sen. Lisa Murkowski. The show is co-hosted by her husband, Niki Tshibaka, a former Department of Justice civil rights attorney and Alaska government executive.
STAND will feature inspiring guests to equip and empower the audience to boldly stand up to life’s challenges, one episode at a time.
Through discussions with guests like presidential candidate Larry Elder; former Acting Director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell; former Governor of Wisconsin Scott Walker; social media influencer Alex Bruesewitz; former Acting U.S. Attorney General Matt Whitaker; Oakland NAACP member Seneca Scott; Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s niece, Dr. Alveda King; and Alaskan leaders and influencers, STAND will explore fresh perspectives and meaningful solutions to encourage the audience to take a stand that will make a difference, she said.
STAND will go live in November, broadcast on podcast platforms and Youtube (@TheStandShow).
It also will be aired on TV and radio stations across Alaska at 5pm on Thursdays, including KVNT 1020 AM, 92.5 FM, 104.5 FM, KCFT channel 35 (Anchorage & Mat-Su), KCFT via GCI Yukon 19 (KPB, Valdez, Anchorage, Mat-Su), KJNP channel 4 and Dish Network 4 in Fairbanks, North Pole, Eielson AFB, and surrounding areas.
Learn more about STAND at standshow.org.
Earlier this year, Kelly Tshibaka also formed a nonprofit education group, Preserve Democracy, to help spread the word about the downside of ranked choice voting.