Hillary Kunda

An interview about a person who has experienced severe historical events. We look at the impact it had on not only her but the ones around her.

Sheniqua Roberson and Marcus Roberson

Spouses, Sheniqua Roberson (45) and Marcus Roberson (44), talk about their respective organizations and the importance of working with and building community for children in Mobile. They share some of their proudest moments and their hopes for the future.

Richard Gaines and Jessica Gaines

Jessica Gaines (33) shares a conversation with Richard Gaines (76), seeking life advice as both his granddaughter and business partner.

Allora McCullough, Dani Collette, and Kimberly Mayden

Colleagues Kimberly Mayden (28) interviews Allora McCullough (34) and Dani Collette (34) about their journeys as artists, the work they each make, and the impact they hope to make.

Shahieda Hudson and Shakir Hudson

Twin sisters Shahieda Hudson (47) and Shakir Hudson (47) talk about their mother Stephanie Hudson’s legacy working in the St. Louis, Missouri community to improve the literacy of children and the lives of people living with sickle cell disease.

9/11 Interview

Today I have a talk with my dad, Peter Klug about his whereabouts and personal connection during 9/11. During this interview, we talk about the personal impact 9/11 had on him and how 9/11 has affected America today.

Stacey Von Busch and Xavier Horkman

Stacey Von Busch (41) and her partner Xavier Horkman (32) talk about the serious heavy lifting that goes into starting and running a non profit. They discuss the difficult of quantifying impact and how meaningful it is to impact even...

Pura Vida Miami Restaurant Interview

Today Katherine Mesa (20) interviewed Assistant Manager, Isla Gervacio, of Pura Vida health food restaurant in South Miami. They discussed the impact of the establishment in regards to creating accessibility to clean and sustainable food options, and it’s influence on...

Stella Hodgkins, Theophilus Gregory, and William Hybl

Colleagues Stella Hodgkins (48), Theophilus Gregory (69), and William “Bill” J. Hybl [no age given] come together to discuss their impact-focused work at the El Pomar Foundation, particularly their dedication to convening and empowering communities of color.