The revolution may not be televised, but it’s soon to be an iTunes Podcast

Young people +Passion to make the world a better place+A microphone to the world=CHIME IN Radio!
Young people are not just the future…but the NOW!

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What is Chime In Radio about?

CHIME IN Radio is dedicated to educating, inspiring, and activating the current and future leaders of the world to cooperate and collaborate on issues and projects that will change the individual and world community.


We are inspired by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, CHIME IN connects the youth of the world with mentors in the field who are doing extraordinary work.

CHIME IN Radio is produced by LuvHub Productions.

Who listens to the show?

  • Men, women & young people interested in making the world a better place.
  • Students and teachers interested in stimulating conversations with authors and experts to inspire them to be the change they wish to see in the world.

Who hosts the show?

Extremely diverse group of young people from around the World.

Extremely diverse group of young people from around the World.

Chime In is co-hosted by international youth ambassadors that have been selected for their humanitarian projects, leadership skills, and desire to participate in a world that works for all people. Chime In director, Kelly Sullivan Walden will moderate.


On the show, the Chime In Youth Ambassadors will interview trailblazers who live on the cutting edge of transformation and will share out-of-the-box ideas and breakthrough solutions toward fulfilling the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (goals to eradicate hunger, poverty and inequality).




If you or someone you know would like to be a guest or mentor on Chime in Radio:

Please email and let us know who you are and why you’d like to be featured on our show. Also please email us the following:

  • Headshot
  • Short bios (100 words or less-50 words preferably)
  • 10 sample interview questions

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