About Everyday Superhumans
Join Kyle and Caroline on their mission to reveal the extraordinary people living among us. These heroic individuals use their natural powers to make their community a better place. Every day they go unnoticed and it’s time for others to know of their accomplishments. Everyday Superhumans focuses on Austin based nonprofits and their leaders who are making an impact in today’s society.
Do you want to make a difference in your community but don’t know where to begin? Look no further. In every episode, our guests are a source of inspiration for others to create change.
About the Hosts
Caroline H. – Caroline graduated in film with the intent of being a behind the camera gal. After conquering her fear of handling a microphone, Caroline dived into the podcast mania.
Caroline has a love for animals, especially her Australian Cattle Dog, Nugget. When she isn’t exploring a new trail, you can find her at a local pub cheering on her favorite sports team.
She loves to travel. It’s a great time to remind you that Everyday Superhumans is a mobile studio and travels to its guests! Where should we go next?
Kyle S. – A long time podcast addict who’s addiction began over six years ago when he discovered the gateway podcast: Stuff You Should Know. Ever since then Kyle’s podcast queue has grown with more hours of content than there is in a day with shows like Welcome to Night Vale, Hello Internet, Cortex, Freakonmics, The Nerdist Podcast, and many many more.
Kyle is an engineer by profession, and a podcast producer by night. If you were to meet him at a party and ask what he does, he will spend more time talking about working on Everyday Superhumans, and how podcasts are “literally the greatest form of entertainment, ever!” than telling you about his day job.
He also is a subscriber of the effective altruism movement, a new moment in charity donations with the focus of selecting the best charities to contribute to based on their effectiveness per dollar donated. You can read his blog posts on volunteering, donating and more at the official Everyday Superhumans blog.