los Building Buchanan podcast is a platform for sharing the stories of visionaries that are helping push social change forward, here and across the nation.
Join our host, Colette Canchola, as she gets the scoop from pioneers in inclusion, community building, and, generally, making the world a better place.
Our podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and anchor.fm.
Podcast Episodes & Updates
Episode 13 of the #BuildingBuchanan is fresh out! In this episode, Colette interviewed Jonathan Martinis, legendary legal expert and advocate of supported decision-making. A recent Time Magazine...
A Millennial Caregiving Tale, continued – listen tO EPISODE 12 PART II of the BUILDING BUCHANAN podcast
In Part II of Episode 12 of the Building Buchanan Podcast, Rachel and Colette rapped about privacy and boundaries, recruiting caregivers for her grandma, her blog, and a whole lot more. Have a...
Our latest episode of #BuildingBuchanan is now available for your listening pleasure. In this episode, Colette heard from Rachel Hiles, a millennial making her way in the world while taking care of...
About Your Podcast Hostess
Colette Canchola- Cox is a local do-gooder and has deep roots to the community as a St. Joseph native. She found her passion when she began advocating on both a local, state and national level to bring attention and effect change for her son who experiences autism. She has more than seven years of experience, four of which have been here at Progressive Community Services where she used the lens of the family perspective to help shape the family navigation department.
Colette is proud to be a:
- Partners in Policy making graduate
- Graduate of the National Leadership Institute on Developmental Disabilities
- One of the 20 Who Count by St. Joseph News Press
- Nominee for Women of Excellence, for emerging leader in 2017 and again in 2019 for Women in Workplace Leadership
- Charting the LifeCourse Ambassador
- Community Relations Director for the Autism Alliance of NWMO
- Board of Directors for MO-FEAT
- Member of countless other advisory and committees
She was inspired to create a podcast to our community that helps to share the stories of people with disabilities, their family members, and professionals to provide a sounding board for innovation, collaboration and talking out ways to get our community to the next level. The dream would be to support St. Joseph to become on of the best places to live, visit, and work for ALL people.
Do you have a unique perspective or an awesome cause to share with the world?
DISCLAIMER: Progressive Community Services is providing this podcast as a public service. References to a specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by PCS. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by PCS employees are those of the employees and do not necessarily reflect the view of PCS or any of its officials. This podcast is not intended to be used for medical advice. Consult your own medical professional for such advice.