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- American Geophysical Union 2
- Andover Center for History and Culture 2
- National Association of Social Workers 2
- AIDS Walk Orange County 1
- American Geopysical Union 1
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Marla Barthen (50) shares a conversation with her mentee, Madeline Carpenter (20), about the women’s rights movement and what people of different generations can contribute to that movement.
Advocates Christin Evans (47) and Thomas Wolf (50) share their views on the connection between homelessness, substance abuse, and housing issues in San Francisco.
Samantha Blake talks with her mother, Dawn Blake about her heart attack and sudden cardiac arrest of 2006 and her advocacy for AED and CPR training across the country.
One Small Step partners Donte Data [no age given] and Theresa Davidson [no age given] discuss their community work, their racial and ethnic identities, and their personal political values.
Lisa Nickerson (62) and Evan Bucklin (32) share a conversation remembering Jill, Lisa’s daughter and Evan’s sister, who passed away from cancer when she was ten years old.
Friends and colleagues Katelyn Jurney (30) and Renee’ Sites-Erwin (48) share a conversation about advocating for people who are deaf and hard of hearing. They talk about the importance of both language and cultural access to public services and about...
Ro Kearney and her son Jack talk about what their lives are like with his Tourette Syndrome diagnosis.
Dr. L.C. Myles Jr. (54) interviews his wife, Ambassador Dr. Sharron J. Brown (51), about her life, touching on her experiences with abuse and human trafficking, and her life now writing and speaking on those topics.
Ismail Moharam [no age given] speaks with Lily Lipman [no age given] about living with a visual disability, arriving to the United States from Yemen, and the ways he supports himself and his friends.
Friends Larry Kellar (73) and Dianne Krumel (64) share a conversation about the trials, obstacles, and triumphs of their work with the Save Pensacola Beach organization.
We shared our personal Girl Scout journeys and how Girl Scouts prepares us to be advocates for girls and women locally, nationally, and globally. We also discussed the impact of growing up in Orange County :)
Coworkers Amy Petkovsek (39) and Stuart Simms (70) talk about their childhood dreams, their careers, the advocacy work they are doing to serve the people of Maryland, and their future goals.
Dot Jackson (65) talks about her life, legacy, and the way she wants to be remembered with her daughter Kelly Underwood (45).
Co-Executive Directors Audrey Morrissey (58) and Lisa Goldblatt Grace (53) of My Life My Choice remember their first meeting, reflect on the growth of their organization My Life My Choice, and discuss the importance of uplifting the voices of survivors...
Aimee Shaffer (62) interviews her friend Brandi Winkleman (37) about her work at A HOPE for Santa Rosa County. They also discuss the importance of working together as a community, as well as the joy animal-human bonds can bring to...
Autumn Fuernisen (15) and her mother, Londen Tabor (38), talk about how Huntington's disease has impacted their family, first with the death of Autumn's father, and then with Autumn's diagnosis of Juvenile Huntington's Disease. Autumn and Londen talk about activities...
Cliff Poetz, 51, talks with is good friend Charlie Lakin, 64, about his life as a disability activist.
James "Jim" Taylor (75) speaks with his wife, Geraldine "Geri" Taylor (77), about her experience living with Dementia. They discuss finding the joy in every day living and their hopes for the future.
Spouses Ann Marshall (80) and Terry Marshall (80) talk about their advocacy, PeaceCorps, nuclear waste cleanup, and writing careers, reminisce about their travels, and reflect on their relationship.
Linda Ginzel (56) tells Nancy Cowles (56) how losing her 16month-old baby to a crib accident at a local daycare, inspired her to start her own organization called Kids in Danger, an organization dedicated to protect children by improving the...
NY Daily News editor Janie Ho was hit by a car in pedestrian hit-and-run that changed her life. 4 broken bones, 1 month in the hospital, a year of recovery and an unlikely life in the spotlight to fight for...
Margeaux Gray (41), Bakita Empowerment Initiative (BEI)Advisory Board Member, talks with Amy Nace-DeGonda (43), BEI Assistant Program Director, about the power of resiliency in her life.
Andrew Cook (22), his mother Karen Cook (64), and Andrew's teacher Dr. Michelle Haney (50) talks about their relationships to each other, Andrew's self-advocacy and self-determination, access to education and opportunities for people with disabilities, and Andrew's future goals.
Gonzalo Martinez de Vedia (33) talks with his friend and colleague Kathleen Sexsmith (36) about his work advocating for farmers' rights and immigrant rights as it relates to human trafficking work. He talks about how he came to the work,...
Nicole Calandra (38) interviewed fellow Junior League of Atlanta members, Lisa Dwyer (44), and Sarah Batts (41) about their experiences becoming advocates against human trafficking in Atlanta and making human trafficking an advocacy issue of the Junior League of Atlanta.