Jan 10 2022
Episode 15: Hana Kawai and Ari Lozano
In this episode we talk with Hana and Ari about their time playing and coaching in the Seattle area, from their youth days to now. They explain the community that has made the Seattle youth scene not only strong, but also accessible to people across the city. They talk about how the Seattle ultimate community is intertwined with AgeUp, the organization that Hana helped create, and that her and Ari are now a part of. The two detail how AgeUp has grown over the years, and how it has adapted due to COVID. Ari also discusses the importance of returning to coach at the middle schools in the Seattle area, and Hana becomes the first ever guest to get and eat food during an interview. The two then play a version of Ten Second Stall where they have to guess each others' answers, and are impressively good at it. This episode was a blast! If you would like to donate to AgeUp, you can do that here.We are sorry to say that we had some technical difficulties with the transcript for this episode. If you normally rely on the transcript rather than the audio version of our podcast, please let us know by emailing us at email@example.com and we will send it to you as soon as possible! It will also be posted in the normal fashion as soon as we can fix it up. This is the fifth episode of Season 2 of Share the Air. To listen to previous guests, check out our Season 1 episodes wherever you get your podcasts. If you want to hear even more of us, check out our Patreon page, where you can listen to bonus content every two weeks, as well as access other cool benefits! We already have a number of bonus episode out, filled with new interviews, thoughtful discussions, great stories, and extra content that we couldn't fit into the original episodes. Also, if you want to rep some sweet Share the Air gear, check out our new store, courtesy of VC Ultimate! For more information on upcoming episodes, follow us on our socials: Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Share the Air is hosted by Tulsa Douglas and Luisa Neves. It is planned, edited, and produced by Tulsa Douglas, Luisa Neves, and Tim Bobrowski. Share the Air's music is by Grey Devlin and Christopher Hernandez. Share the Air is sponsored by the National Ultimate Training Camp, VC Ultimate, and the Centre for Applied Neuroscience.