mby020663
47:22
Randal Schoepp and Kara Schoepp

Randal Schoepp (65) talks with his wife, Kara Schoepp (60), about his career as an infectious disease scientist as he is on the verge of retirement.

atd001605
39:27
Emily Pieracci and Johanna Salzer

Emily Pieracci (36) talks to her friend and CDC coworker Johanna Salzer (36) about their experiences as early responders to the 2014 Ebola outbreak in Bo, Freetown and Kenema in Sierra Leone.

atl003602
40:39
Jessica Simpson and Tasha Willis

Tasha Willis (40) interviews her cousin Jessica Simpson (30) about her experiences in Sierra Leone as an Ebola first responder.

atd001608
41:49
Carol Rao and Jennifer Liang

Epidemiologist Carol Rao (46) talks to her fellow epidemiologist and friend Jennifer Liang (44) about working for the CDC from China and deploying to Sierra Leone to implement Infection Prevention strategies locally in response to the 2014 Ebola outbreak.

Mom Part 2 (sibling #15)

My mom and I caught up again over the phone. Just as southern states are beginning to reopen the virus is reaching our family like never before but my mom believes that her faith and military experience will carry her...

atd001602
36:08
Paulyne Ngalame Ntuba and Yarkasah Peter Paye

Paulyne Ngalame Ntuba (41) speaks with her coworker Yarkasah Peter Paye (46) about why they both felt called to be deployed in the Ebola response and about Paulyne's experiences during her deployment to Guinea.

atl003325
55:46
John Redd and Daniel Martin

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention colleagues John Redd (53) and Dan Martin (53) talk about deploying to Sierra Leone as Ebola responders in the fall of 2014. They focus on the most stressful day of John's life (21 October...