Ancona Interview
December 7, 2020 App Interview

I interviewed my girlfriend, Kayla. She is a CNA in a nursing home who worked a covid unit throughout the pandemic. She enjoys her job and is grateful for how much it has taught her.

L [No Name Given] and T [No Name Given]

One Small Step conversation partners L [No Name Given] (35) and T [No Name Given] (35) discuss their upbringings and their concerns over education, healthcare, and public safety in the United States.

Life of Koshie

An interview with Koshie reveals her thoughts about healthcare and early life growing up being African American.

James Brasic and Jack Goodman

Dr. James "Jim" Brasic (73) shares a conversation with his friend and mentee, medical student, Jack Goodman (24), as they discuss the changes in the medical field and medical school.

Balancing a family and a career in healthcare during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Balancing children and a career as a single mother during Covid-19. The importance of having a support system to get through the pandemic.

Kevin Eason and Al Stubblefield

Friends Kevin Eason (55) and Al Stubblefield (69) share a conversation about how they met, Kevin’s time in the justice system, and their work with Re-entry Alliance Pensacola (REAP).

Brooke Perugino and Eileen Wenckus Life during the Covid -19 pandemic.

Eileen Wenckus: 2020-09-25 17:37:32 interviews her niece about her first job in healthcare, which is at a hospital. Only one year working there and she found herself in the midst of the Covid -19 pandemic. Brooke loves her job and...

Working with Covid-19

An interview with my sister who is currently working daily with the risk of being exposed to Covid-19.

Michelle Mercurio and Ron Shamaskin

One Small Step conversation partners Michelle Mercurio (46) and Ron Shamashkin (65) discuss pivotal political moments in their lives, healthcare, education, and media that has deepened their understanding of the world.

Susan Roberts and Douglas Roberts

Susan Roberts (66) speaks with her husband Douglas Roberts (71) about their serious illnesses, navigating their care and the lessons learned from this experience.

From Healthcare Theatre Classmates to Great Friends

Two friends who met Junior year in a Healthcare Theatre class talk about life and reflect on the times they’ve had together.

Denise McGough and Michael Lombardi

One Small Step conversation partners Denise McGough (65) and Michael "Mike" Lombardi (70) explore their shared values of respectful communication across political difference, shared experiences as Americans abroad, and reflect on current issues we face such as structural racism, healthcare...

Catherine Randall Kelso, Ann Randall, and Barbara Randall

Conversation between Barbara Randall (93) and her two daughters, Catherine Randall Kelso (69) and Ann Randall (65). They share stories about childbirth and how much things have changed.

A Nurse’s Perspective on Healthcare and the Refugee Crisis

I interviewed my best friend about her experiences working as a nurse in Clarkston, GA. She reflected on her work at Ethne, a community clinic, and the issues she's noticed in our nation's healthcare system.

The Life of a Single Working Parent

My mother, Alma Palafox, talks about her life experience as a working single mother and a child of immigrant parents. The interview is significant to me because of the important parenting advice she shared with me during the time of...

Interview with Cindy – a recently graduated medical resident

Carrie interviews her sister, Cindy, about her decision to pursue medicine and her experiences as a healthcare worker for a month in Kenya. Cindy also details her thoughts on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on our healthcare system.

Mabel Wadsworth Center Staff Member Speaks Out On Abortion Restrictions

Mabel Wadsworth is a popular women's healthcare center in Bangor, Maine. At their facility, they offer access to birth control, prenatal checkups, and any health care for all genders, along with abortions. With the recently tightened restrictions on abortion, with...

Bruce Ribner and Barbara Ribner

Dr. Bruce Ribner (70) talks to his wife, Barbara Ribner (65), about his education, the beginning of his career as a medical professional, and most importantly, when his department at Emory became the first in the Western Hemisphere to treat...