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About A Better World:

Based in Asheville, North Carolina, A Better World  provides an in-depth look into the people and organizations, locally, nationally and internationally, who are working to create a world that works for everyone. Groups who are working in the areas of hunger and poverty, social and economic justice, healthcare, education, housing, restoration of the environment or those who bring a fresh perspective to spirituality – A Better World  features positive interviews with people who are making a world of difference.

Starting as a radio show in 2016 and gathering a loyal audience, A Better World  is your online fix of positive interviews, reviews and commentary by McNair Ezzard and his inspiring guests.

A Better World radio show airs Thursdays at 5pm ET
on WPVM 103.7 FM Asheville, NC or streaming at wpvmfm.org
Encore show Sundays at 9am ET
McNair Ezzard   Host of A Better World
 

I know that people can - and are - changing our world for the better. My hope is to shine a spotlight on some of these great people and their organizations, giving more exposure to their amazing work.

 

I am originally from North Carolina and after living in Colorado and California over the years, have returned to NC and settled in Asheville.

 

I graduated from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill with a degree in Radio, Film and Television production. I then received my graduate degree from the Iliff School of Theology in Denver. 

Spirituality has always been a big part of my life. I am an ordained Protestant minister, as well as studying a variety of different spiritual teachings.

During my career, I have served as director of pastoral care in hospice, and in health care and non-profit administration. 

 

My wife Deb and I have been well trained by our rescue Border Collie mix, Jasper.

I enjoy growing and eating organic veggies (mostly eating) and spend time meditating, reading, writing, hiking and cheering for Tarheel basketball.