Kate Freeman and Kim Banker

Kate Freeman (52) talks with her niece Kim Banker (36) about Kate’s Navy service, the 18 months she spent in Botswana serving in the Peace Corps, and how her Peace Corps experiences changed her. Kate now wants to go back...

Elizabeth Coleman and John LeSar

Elizabeth Coleman [no age given] talks with her OSS conversation partner John "Jack" W. LeSar [no age given] about their childhoods and school experiences. They also discuss their time abroad, in the Peace Corps and the Army respectively, and their...

Ramona Akpo-Sani and Denie Reynolds

One Small Step conversation partners Ramona Akpo-Sani (74) and Denie Reynolds (73) discuss their upbringings, families, travels, involvement in 12-step programs, religious beliefs, and thoughts on Donald Trump. They find common ground despite differences.

Bronwyn Hughes and Donald Morrison

One Small Step partners Bronwyn Hughes (58) and Donald "Don" Morrison (65) discuss find faith traditions later in life, the challenges of working with seriously ill infants, and feeling misunderstood.

Karen Schaefer and Jessie Hayden

Karen Schaefer (80) tells her daughter Jessie Hayden (58) about her childhood, her time in the Peace Corps, motherhood, and being a teacher.

Robert Schmidt and Jim Oliver

Friends Robert "Bob" Schmidt (65) and Jim Oliver (67) talk about impactful moments in their lives, their travels, and whether they are optimistic about the future.

Water Leasons from Peace Corps

A Peace Corps experience changed how he viewed water and inspired him to make an impact.

Rebecca Joyce and Richard Joyce

Rebecca Joyce (50) and her father, Richard Joyce (84), trade stories from their respective service in the Peace Corps, talk about their family, and reflect on their love of travel.

Interview with my grandmother

Kay Wetherwax (77) talks to her grandchild Isabella Kavanaugh (15) about growing up in Piqua Ohio and having divorced parents, going to college as a women and how COVID-19 has affected her.

John Keegan and Tom Keegan

Brothers Tom Keegan (74) and John Keegan (76) talk about John's experience as a Peace Corps volunteer in Panama in the 1960's and Tom's experiences in college.

Neil Rambana and Elizabeth Ricci

Spouses, Neil Rambana (52) and Elizabeth Ricci (46), reflect on the role “the American Dream” has played in their lives, discuss the work they do as immigration attorneys, and look forward to their daughters’ future.

Fred Kacprzynski and Miriam Newcomb

Miriam talks with her grandfather about his life growing up in a Polish-American family in upstate New York, then going to college, serving in the Peace Corps in Chile, and working for the US forest Service.

Marianne Apple shares stories of her rich and interesting life journey

Marianne Apple moved to Fearrington Village just before the beginning of the Covid pandemic. Circumstances brought her here after the nearly simultaneous losses of her husband of 48 years and her mother. She called upon her wealth of resources gained...

Andra Davis and Suzanne Behrmann

One Small Step conversation partners Suzanne Behrmann (60) and Andra Davis (57) discuss the separation of church and state, supporting LGBTQ children in schools, and assumptions people make about Christians.

George Kanzler US Army veteran

Serving in the Army and later, the Peace Corps in subhSaharn Africa in the 1960s.

Justin Davies and Tobi Hanna-Davies

Stepmother and stepson Tobi Hanna-Davies (76) and Justin Davies (52) talk about their shared experiences with Micronesia and their mutual desire to educate the United States about different cultures.

Dan Swinney and Erika Swinney

Erika Swinney (39) and her father and boss Dan Swinney (71) discuss Dan's history as a community organizer and labor force activist, and how that led to his current work in manufacturing education. He started a manufacturing training school that...

Debbie Wendt and Lindsay Benacka

Co-workers Debbie Wendt (59) and Lindsay Benacka [no age given] learn about each others' upbringings, former jobs including with the Peace Corps, and hopes for the future personally and professionally.

Aisha Johnson and Japera Johnson

Aisha Johnson (32) talks to her sister, Japera ( pronounced Japer- AY)(29) about feeling inspired to serve in Burkina Faso through Peace Corps.