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Friends and colleagues, Dennis Lancaster (59) and Carol Silvey (76) sit down for a conversation about Missouri State University - West Plains and how the campus has met the needs of the greater West Plains area since its founding in...
One Small Step conversation partners Veronica Daniel (56) and Loman Martin (38) discuss politics.
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.
Macy talks to her mom about what it was like to work for the red cross in the aftermath of 9/11.
Alison (Keeler) Carrillo shares with us her experience of “plunging in” as a founding parent at the Santa Cruz Waldorf School back in the 70s, her 41 year connection to the school, how the parents over the years have made...
Connor wants to learn about the career Shannon is involved in. That would be fundraising for non-profit organizations.
Friends, Laura Garrison (67) and Mary Kay Bishop (67), share a conversation on their friendship that spans 40 years and reflect on the adventures they've had and will continue to embark on.
Shalisa Hayes (41) shares with her friend Barbara Wright (46) about the community center being built on the east side of Tacoma, Washington, and how it gained momentum as a legacy of her son, who was murdered in 2011. She...
Franchesca Peña [no age given] interviews Pam Loosle (63) about her involvement in the Chocolate Festival, a yearly fundraiser that raises money for Planned Parenthood.
Friends Audrey Zucker (82) and Carolyn Breidenbach (93) talk about their experiences with Sisterhood at Central Synagogue from the 1970's to the late 90s and early 2000s.
Co-workers Edson Rivas (35) and Anthony Crisci (33) discuss their experiences as current and former Executive Director of Triangle Community Center, respectively. They talk about how the needs of the LGBTQ+ community have evolved, and the challenges involved with running...
Avis and Alison talk about his upbringing, how he found Earlham, the way he approaches challenges at the college, and how Earlham can contribute to a better Richmond.
Friends and colleagues, Erma Banks [no age given] and Callie McGinnis (77), discuss their former workplace: Columbus Area Library Association (CALA). They talk about the formation of the organization, pivotal characters in its development, and the events they created to...
Ginger and Alison talk about the early years, how she started a family and moved to Richmond, and how the art scene/culture in Richmond helped her find herself and her talents!
Pam (71) asks Gladys (90) about the "radical movement" of women's studies she started in Michigan in the 1970s.
Life partners Gus Foster (82) and Alexandra Benjamin (70) share a conversation about The Harwood Museum in Taos, New Mexico. They talk about the museum's history in the community, its evolution, and the generosity that has made it the museum...
Kate shares with Molly about her connection with The Mount as a family member and then as a foundation board member.
Katie Maier (38) interviews siblings Preston (21) and Julianne Taylor (23) about their shared love of history and their many adventures together.
Crayton Robey (50) interviews his partner, Ed Shaulhafer (69), about his experience training to become a doctor during the AIDS epidemic. Ed also talks about his relationship to Fire Island throughout the years.
Katherine Kappelman (66) and her son Hunter Kappelman (20) share a conversation about their family, those who have lived with them, and Hunter's Eagle Scout service project.
Friends Larry Kellar (73) and Dianne Krumel (64) share a conversation about the trials, obstacles, and triumphs of their work with the Save Pensacola Beach organization.
Arlen Diamond (78) talks with his former colleague, mentee, and friend Tammy Wiley (54) about their experiences working in public radio and how their personal and family lives have influenced their people-centric leadership styles.
Walter F. Coronel (89) talks with his friend Judy Blits (72) about their involvement in the Emeritus Program at Santa Monica College and how they became friends through their involvement.
Francis Battista (68) talks with his friend and colleague Cyrus Mejía (66) about founding the animal sanctuary Best Friends Animal Society. He talks about the beginnings of the shelter, the ethics it was founded upon, and events that have put...