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- Peace Corps 69
- personal experiences 10
- memories of former times 9
- social beliefs and practices 9
- college 7
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- Providence 2
- Analy Ethnic studies class 1
- Army 1
- Boston University School of Public Health 1
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Matthew Breman (50) speaks with his father Joel Breman (83) about his career as a leading epidemiologist, the global COVID-19 pandemic, social justice, and family
Kate Schachter (60) and Aleia McCord (29) talk about their experiences as Peace Corps Volunteers in Ghana from 2003-2006.
Kenney Tran is a Vietnamese American RPCV who served in Colombia, telling stories of exploring his past, learning from history, and analyzing the political movements of today in order to sculpt a better world through policy and legislation. Kenney currently...
Mimi is a Harvard grad, MA Washington U, taught high school history and then became a full time mother and weaver.
Angela Caruso (38) interviews her daughters Anastasia Stinchfield (24) and Alexandra Stinchfield (25) about their earliest memories of growing up in Russia, their lives in a Russian orphanage, and what it was like for them to arrive in the U.S....
Judith tells her story of working in the Peace Corps and with the UN to bring free elections to many countries.
Alaina interviews Jeremy about his service with the Peace Corps and Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Jennifer Lind, granddaughter of Rosa T. Beard, talks with Ambassador Larry L. Palmer, former student of Rosa T. Beard and a founding member of the award-winning Rocket Club.
The adventures of a kid from Brown’s Flat, CA in Berkeley, the Peace Corps, and beyond
Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Amanda Stone (30), Natalie [No name given] (33) and Tanya Smith-Sreen (25) share about their Peace Corps Guatemala experience. They talk about some of the challenges they faced as Peace Corps Volunteers as well as what...
Jennifer Beard (54) talks with her colleague Susie Foster (68) about her global health career. Susie reflects on her time in the Peace Corps and the round-about way that she made her way to the World Bank, the World Health...
Seyi Falade (40) shares a conversation with her father, Christopher Falade (70), about their relationship, the beginning of their business, how their relationship has changed as a result of working together, and how their business has grown.
Spouses Kathleen Grussing (71) and LuVerne Grussing (71) talk about their shared experience of serving in the Peace Corps in Tunisia in the 1970's and going on to form the national basketball league in the Central African Republic.
Jean talks about Auggie, her dog, who plays hide and seek. And her future plan to join the Peace Corps.
Thomas "Tom" A. Dean (67) and his friend and colleague, Robert Burkhardt (71), talk about their career paths to founding Eagle Rock School and Professional Development Center, the school and center, and former students.
Boyon shares with Will what led her to a career as a nurse practitioner and now has her DNP, working during COVID and being overextended. Her work with the APC mentorship program at Providence.
Sisters Jan Roeser (61) and Joanne Johnson (84) talk about their favorite shared family memories including trips to Belize and France.
[Recorded: Tuesday, August 30th, 2022] Panagiotis (49) and Liz (78) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Panagiotis is a professor of computer science at the University of Virginia, and Liz is a Baptist pastor at New Beginnings...
Karla Durán Palazuelos (37) y su amigo Iohann Rashi Vega (37) conversan acerca de las creencias de Karla, sus experiencias como voluntaria, y sobre su tienda de mercado justo. [Karla Durán Palazuelos (37) and her friend Iohann Rashi Vega (37)...
Life Partners Walter Davis (64) and Bill Fields (55) talk about the one room school houses, the Peace Corps, their Unitarian Universalist Church, and other places where they’ve found a sense of community and what the word means to them.
Karen Levy and Peter Lee talk about their first years of Marriage and their time teaching in China.
Evan Wolfson (57) speaks with friend, Kevin Jennings (51), about his experiences as a gay man and how it led to his role as a legal advocate in the marriage equality movement.
Elizabeth Lazar (35) talks with her colleague Lindsay Giovannitti (30) about their Peace Corps experience.
Pamela Sparkman (43) is interviewed by Robin Sparkman (44) about her children Brett and Savannah, her life and career path, her mother's inspiration and sense of adventure, advice and hopes for her family's future.