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[Recorded Thursday, April 27th, 2023] Brenden (36) and Mandy (45) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Brenden has served in the US Army for nearly 18 years, with an interest in the American founding and military history....
[Recorded Thursday, April 27th, 2023] Alex (19) and Allie (31) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Alex is a first year undergraduate student at the University of Virginia studying biomedical engineering to pursue medicine. Allie is a...
Abdullah Arshad (21) and Nathaniel Lawlor (21) two classmates from their Macroeconomics class. They discuss the ethics of business and what it means to them.
Dino LaRussa is the owner of Jetpro and has seen and experienced many things throught his life. He owns and runs his own company and has worked hard ever since a boy to now live happily and simply.
Chris Klein, an Andover native and author, discusses his German and Irish roots. He recounts his life growing up amidst classism in the 1980s. Inspired by AP US History class, he discovered his passion for research-based writing, determined to preserve...
Entrepreneur and current nursing student, Denise Johnson was my choice of interviewee because of her inspiring story. Her determination to explore and achieve all the things that she wants out of life is beautiful to see. It shows people that...
It was not easy for the Saldivars to get to where they are today. Their story explains what they had to do to build a stable foundation not just for them, but for their children/grandchildren too.
Eddie Khachaturian, 86 years old, grandfather of Isabelle Davis, 15 years old. He grew up in Iran, got his first job at 16 working with his father, then permanently moved to America after 10 years of marriage. He brought his...
Today I interviewed Don coles who is a 22 year old black business owner. Today we discussed some of the ups and downs of starting your own business and even given advice from the business owner Don Coles himself.