Jaime Thom and Linda Lentz

Jaime Thom (40) speaks with her colleague Linda Lentz (72) about her long career as a science teacher, and volunteer at the South Carolina aquarium and what she hopes will be her legacy.

Sarah Keeney and Marisela Flores-Pena

Sarah Keeney (47) speaks with her friend and student Marisela Flores-Pena (33) about her path to nursing school and her dreams for the future. Marisela reflects on growing up in an immigrant family, becoming a mother and her determination to...

Enriching Lives One Bray At A Time

Steve Stiert talks about his passion for donkeys and his nonprofit mission to enrich donkeys' lives and show the value of donkeys to human communities.

BoiseSpeaks: Erika Shares Her Happy Journey To America

Erika Warner shares her story of learning English, falling in love, finding her life’s vocation and the importance of giving back to your community.

Joyce Richmond and Jerry DeWitt

Friends Joyce Richmond (83) and Jerry DeWitt [no age given] talk about Jerry's decades of military service, Joyce's experience being a Gold Star Mother, and their shared commitment to volunteerism.

Margaret Adkins and Paula Shotwell

Friends and former co-volunteers, Margaret "Marge" Adkins (58) and Paula Shotwell (56), remember their days as volunteers at Abraham Lincoln's Historic Home, when they were known as, "Abe's Babes."

Jill Caldwell and Vic Woodring

Siblings Jill Caldwell (55) and Vic Woodring (59) remember their mother, Dr. Phyllis McGee Woodring. They talk about attending the University of North Carolina as undergraduates at the same time Phyllis was attending UNC's medical school.

Regina Fernandez & Scott Acord

Regina talks about her work on the Work2BeWell community outreach program designed to help teens and young adult maintain mental wellness. How this program was created in partnership with teens and how they benefit from it.

Anne Ripley and Sharron Dorr

Anne Ripley (76) is interviewed by her friend, Sharron Dorr (76), about Anne's volunteer work with the International Committee of the Red Cross in Cambodia during the time of the Khmer Rouge.

Lucy Spielman, Donald Spielman, and Kate Spielman

Kate Spielman (51) interviews her parents, Lucy Spielman (86) and Donald Spielman (88), about their lives, their careers, and their relationship.

David Battey and Jim Kielsmeier

Jim Kielsmeier (72) interviews his colleague and friend, David Battey (52) about David's work with youth service and their involvement in volunteerism and National service.

Christopher Nisch and Linda Collins

One Small Step conversation partners Christopher Nisch (36) and Linda Collins (74) talk about the need for compromise in government, the importance of putting themselves in another person’s shoes, and how the current political divides and anger in 2021 compare...

Susan Krysak, Danny Ginter, and Adela Duncan

Susan Krysak [no age given] talks to her friends, Adela Duncan [no age given] and Danny Ginter [no age given], about Paz Amigos, an organization she started to support men and women who were being released by ICE with no...

Nancy Chappell and Lee Walters

Longtime friends Lee Walters (73) and Nancy Chappell (68) speak about their intertwined connection to Innisfree Village and reflect on the successes, relationships, and values that define their unique community.

Interview with Uncle Ted (Mr. Edward Holland) about my father, Pearlis Leon “Wash” Washington
December 24, 2022 App Interview

Maythinee Washington interviews her "Uncle Ted" (Edward Wilcox Holland, Jr., Esq), the best friend of her father, Pearlis "Wash" Washington (CMSGT, Air Force) about their friendship: how they met, and their adventures together from Thailand to Hawaii.