Listen Online

You can listen using our pop-up player or using our streaming links: MP3 or AAC

We are listed on TuneIn (free) and apps for most smart devices. You can also tell Google Home or Alexa to "Play WBJB" and listen on your smart speakers.

Loading Events

« All Events

Let’s Change the World Together on March 23 at 2nd Annual Today is the Day Forum

March 23 @ 10:30 AM - 4:00 PM EDT


Changemakers from around the world on March 23 will tell personal stories of growth, impart wisdom on topics that matter and share valuable insight on reaching goals at the Second Annual virtual International Changemakers Forum, this year called “Reset, Renew, Reinvent.”

“The Forum was created so that people from around the globe could come together and bring their ‘a’ game of authenticity. So often in life we become defined by our title and what we do for a living each day. Connecting with other like-minded people helps us to discover, learn and grow in so many ways,” said Jodi Grinwald, founder of Today is the Day Changemakers and host of the International Changemakers Virtual Forum who just two days before this event will be honored by the New Jersey Business & Industry Association for her efforts to bridge the gap between for-profit and not-for-profit organizations.

This year’s Forum, which will begin at 10:30 a.m. ET, will welcome 20 speakers from a variety of sectors and backgrounds, including keynote speaker, Steven Cohen, author of Leading from Within: A Guide To Maximizing Your Effectiveness Through Meditation and co-founder and board chair of the Meditation4Leadership. It will also honor changemaker, Fred Wasiak, president & CEO, Food Bank of South Jersey.

“Last year so many of our attendees and panelists went on to work together because of the connections that were created during this event. Attendees said the event was not what they had expected. They left feeling like their goals were not so distant and that anything is possible with the right mindset and having people in your corner, and that doesn’t mean those people have to sit in your corner of the world. Everyone is a changemaker in their own way.”

Leading up to the Forum, it was announced that grants would be given by Today is the Day to two deserving not-for-profits—one national, one international. This year’s recipients are SheTek, an organization that is addressing the need to increase the percentage of women represented in the technology industry by providing a pipeline of talent that is highly skilled and job ready; and She-Unit Uganda, which empowers young women living in challenging situations by giving them skills like cosmetology training that enable them to work toward becoming financially independent and living fruitful lives absent of violence.

Last year’s inaugural Forum welcomed engaging speakers and 155 guests from six countries. It provided sustainable networking opportunities, breakout learning sessions, panel discussions and sponsorships. The Forum’s stimulus was the Today is the Day Changemakers podcast that Grinwald started in 2020 when challenging times called for a deeper, more sustainable connection and healing.

To date, people in 53 countries and more than 600 cities around the world have downloaded the podcast that has featured more than 100 interviews with CEOs, CNN Heroes, Changemakers, authors, executive directors, entrepreneurs, young changemakers and more of all ages. She also co-founded the Zzak G. Applaud Our Kids Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) for-impact organization, where she also serves as CEO.

“We hope to bring the same energy we had in our first forum but only better! I think it’s time to reinvent the conversation, be bolder and transform the no’s,” said Grinwald, who has 20 years of experience as a for-impact (non-profit) organization expert, having worked in management for several non-profits and is now coaching others to succeed.

Learn more and register at


March 23
10:30 AM - 4:00 PM EDT
Event Categories:
, , ,
Event Tags:


Today is the Day Changemakers
View Organizer Website

90.5 The Night

Brookdale Public Radio


/**/ /* */