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Friends Maggie Williams (53) and Martha Marvel (72) discuss being transgender and trans-feminine, living in the closet, they’re coming out stories, and building a community of support.
Esposos Karolina Beltran (47) y Jose Beltran (47) hablan de sus recuerdos, cuando Jose tenía el virus de COVID-19, y sus esperanzas para el futuro, y el agradecimiento. Spouses Karolina Beltran (47) and Jose Beltran (47) talk about their memories, Jose...
Spouses Elizabeth "Liz" Krumwiede (44) and Gary Wyman (44) recall how they met as children, being self-described nerds, and falling in love later in life.
Friends Mary Zaborski [no age given] interviews Susan Garot [no age given] about her career trajectory to becoming the president and CEO of the Green Bay Botanical Gardens, challenges faced during the COVID-19 pandemic, and gives career advice to women.
A conversation about the power of community and social media in telling our personal narratives of service.
Fiances Iliana Herrera (30) and Stephanie Guzman (30) discuss cultural identity, El Salvador, politics and assimilating into American culture. The pair also discuss immigration to the United States and being survivors of sexual abuse.
JP Leary (51) speaks with his former student and mentee Sapatis Menomin (34) about their shared time at University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. JP talks about his work at the First Nations Studies Center and Sapatis talks about his work on...
Molly Schroeder-Linzmeier (32) interviews her friend and colleague Mary Jane Herber (73) about her experiences as a librarian and the rich history and economy of Brown County, Wisconsin.
Mother and daughter Carrie Danhieux-Poole (55) and Taeler Danhieux (32) recall Carrie finding out she was pregnant with Taeler, nearly giving her up for adoption, parenthood, and life lessons.
Yesenia Ramos (19) talks to her mentor Cano Padilla (36) about her experiences in the foster care system as an adolescent, navigating college and work as a young adult, and her hopes for the future.
We talked about time at Altrusa and why it is important to support Hospital hospitality houses like Altrusa
Lucia Lara Filter (18) interviews her parents Maria Lara (52) and Jim Filter (52) about their lives, memories as a family, and wisdom they have to share with Lucia as she prepares to leave for college on the same day...
Actress and playwright Carol Smart (83) talks with Kelly Davis (43) about Carol's experience turning her grandmother’s life story into a one-woman show. Carol's grandmother, Doctor Rosa Minoka-Hill, was one of the first Native American women to become a physician.
Cristina Norcross (52) interviews her mother, Edythe Raskopf (84), about her childhood and family history.
Peggy Collinsmith (63) interviews her friend Sister Caroline Sullivan O.P. (79) about her childhood, growing up in the United Kingdom, civic dialogue, and Caroline’s work within her religion.
I interview my Grandma on her life and on advice for me and my possible future children
Gerard Saylor (51) has a conversation with fellow Rotarian Mary Price (92) about her family's history in Lake Mills, raising a family, and working as a special education teacher.
Husband and wife Dale Henry Vollrath (94) and Dotty Irene Vollrath (91) share memories from childhood and talk about when Dale was drafted into the US Army, postponing their wedding. They also reflect on the many travels they've pursued throughout...
Mother and Son Therese Barry-Tanner (64) and Patrick Barry (41) discuss their childhood memories, family, and the importance of not taking life for granted.
Husband and wife Mary Flynn (69) and William “Billy” Flynn (67) recall how they met, billy’s career as a musician. Billy writing music for the movie Cadillac Records, and Beyonce performing his guitar version of “At Last” during the inauguration...
Karen Kiefer (53), Juliet "Ebiere" Cole (75), and Femi Cole (52) discuss building community in Green Bay, WI, culture shock, diversity, and cross-cultural interactions.
Spouses Matthew "Matt" Hillman (42) and Rissel Peguero Almonte (27) reflect on the role that music has played in their lives and how working together as musicians influences their relationship. They also talk about family, religion, and creativity.
Father and daughter Bill Galvin (63) and Brittany Galvin (36) talk about parenthood, childhood memories, gratitude, and their travels throughout the world.