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- American Geophysical Union 2
- Andover Center for History and Culture 2
- National Association of Social Workers 2
- AIDS Walk Orange County 1
- American Geopysical Union 1
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Alexis Simoneau (30) interviews her mentor, Jack Levine (70), about his work as an advocate, the people who inspire him, and the legacy he would like to leave behind.
Jerome Novey (76) shares a conversation with his daughter, Shannon Novey [no age given], about his decision to pursue a career as a lawyer instead of joining the family business.
David Young, Director of Science at NASA Langley Research Center, discusses his life's work studying the earth's climate. After an early interest in astrophysics, he focused in on earth science due to his desire to do research to help humans....
Rey Ortega (43) interviews his friend Viv [No Name Given] (26) about the art they create through various forms of creative expression and their advocacy work.
Atra Flemons (61) interviews her friend Khadijah Shabazz (62) about her experience with mass incarceration and how she has become an advocate for families who have lost loved ones to police violence.
Andover Stories of American Identity: Andover resident Kevin O'Leary shares his story about his worldly upbringing, and how it all led to his profession of becoming a psychologist to help wounded veterans heal.
Autumn Alexander Skeen (63) is interviewed by her friend Karen Troianello (62) about the tragic death of her son, Anton Skeen, and the advocacy that followed towards children's safety in vehicles.
My friend Anne Hermann has long had a passion for and involvement with the field of mental health services, particularly for older adults.
Judith Lima (25) shares a conversation with her mentor, Leticia Acosta (44), about participating in Subiendo Academy at the University of Texas, her experience in college, and the value of community and mentorship.
Teresa Wells (65) and her mentee, Brendan Gerdts (21), share a conversation about their friendship, their personal growth, their political views, and their hopes for the future.
Fred Sampson shares his work in advocacy, view on activism and his approach in working with legislators, moving critical work forward and why being a "nudge" is an effective tool in our social work toolkit.
For many years, John Cosgrove, MSW, P.H. D, has been a trailblazer in the social work profession. His reach impacted Fordham GSS students' professional lives for over 30 years. With international social work and partnership with the United Nations, Dr....
Serena DeJesus (30) and her mother, Billie Sherwood-Bakhshi (48), share a conversation about Serena's journey towards becoming an MMA fighter and advocate for athletes with autism.
Friends Susan Gage (53) and Terry Galloway (71) talk about their queer identities, the similarities they share, and the one big difference that separates them.
Lydia Mele (75) talks to her colleague Andrea Rapacz (48) about the impact Lydia's mother's legacy has had on their family and community.
Christine Jones (49) shares a conversation with her friend, Ashley Saunders (37), about their advocacy work. Ashley also talks about navigating her own identity when she was younger and about supporting, affirming, and advocating for her children now.
Nikki Gefteas interviews her new friend Mary Jo Stanley about her experience with sudden hearing loss and how being faced with a life altering event has taught her how to adapt. In this interview, Mary Jo discusses her experience with...
Amy has lived her life with the intention of making the world a better place by being there for others in whatever way she can - as a gay woman, a mother, a neighbor, community member and friend.
The Butterfly Pavilion in Holmesberg, Philadelphia, PA is lovingly owned and run by John Cambridge. After a tumultuous start in a dubious situation, John and his small staff that feels like family banded together to make a thriving success of...
Kelly Rouba (30) talks to her friend Karen Palazzini (30) about learning to become an advocate for other people with juvenile diabetes, and what it’s like to live a normal life with a disability.
Tom (67) and Jerri (65), husband and wife, talk about their lives together and how their love and work lives have helped them overcome mental illness.
Joanna: 2020-07-27 00:14:46 Joanna (20) interviews Kaitlin (20) on her school district's representative, empathy-driven curriculum, how it informed her involvement in advocacy work, and how candid conversations can develop understanding of anti-racism.
Danielle Patterson Varner (42) interviews her colleague Paul Pierce (68) about his career in the theater industry. They also discuss the importance of community theater as a space for storytelling and identity-building, as well as the legacy of kindness Paul...
Reggie Smith (57) interviews Shyronn Jones (35) about her childhood in Brooklyn, NY. She remembers starting to take care of herself at age 16 and reflects on being a single mother with HIV.
Sharon Cline (51) is a non-disabled person and interviews Ryan Honick (36), about disability, advocacy and the role of the ADA on it's 32nd birthday.