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59:18
Alyssa Tison Yee and Kenneth Cason

Coworkers Alyssa Tison Yee (31) and Kenneth Cason (25) discuss why they decided to go into education, teaching, and what they love about the KIPP community.

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40:33
Kasia Laskowski and Deidra Heuring

Colleagues Kasia Laskowski (34) and Deidra Heuring (43) talk about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on health care workers, the things that kept them going amid challenging times, and their hopes for the future.

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36:33
Lily Lipman and Laisha Gonzalez

Colleagues Lily Lipman [no age given] and Laisha Gonzalez (21) reflect on their professional experiences at the Lincoln Center and how those experiences have been shaped by their disabilities and other social identities.

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36:00
Guadalupe Becerra-Perez and Cyndi Ragona

Colleagues Guadalupe Becerra-Perez (40) and Cyndi Ragona (51) share a conversation about working in a community clinic during the COVID-19 pandemic and about the importance of mental healthcare for healthcare professionals.

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41:20
Heather Hartman-Hall and Daniel Marchalik

Colleagues Heather Hartman-Hall (50) and Daniel "Dan" Marchalik (37) reflect on their paths to their current careers, their work on well-being in health care, and the lasting impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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36:44
Marci Taylor (Hayez) and Dr. Denise Gates

Marci Taylor (Hayez) (51) interviews her colleague, author Dr. Denise Gates [no age given], about organizational socialization, superior-subordinate relationships, workplace burnout, traumatic workplace betrayals, and related issues. The two discuss how COVID-19 has shaped organizational socialization, and they offer guidance...

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52:02
Nathalie Dougé and Georgia Davies

Friends Nathalie Dougé (36) and Georgia Davies (35) talk about their work as hospital physicians during the COVID-19 pandemic. They reflect on community engagement, burnout, and the inspiration behind their careers in medicine.

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39:37
Jacobē Bell and Amber Smith

Colleagues Jacobē Bell [no age given] and Amber Smith [no age given] discuss their work in educational consulting, using the continuous improvement method, and creating systematic change.