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Pilar McCloud and Matthew Billings

One Small Step conversation partners Pilar McCloud (53) and Matthew Billings (48) discuss politics and intersectionality.

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Marc Bady and Keith Bergthold

One Small Step Partners, Marc Bady (38) and Keith Bergthold (72), discuss their community involvement in Fresno and reflect on the role that music, arts, and culture can play in being unifying forces.

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Richard Munassi and Linda Olson

Richard Munassi (39) shares a conversation with his colleague Linda Olson (52) about the founding of Tampa Bay Wave, the work the organization does, and the future of the tech industry in Tampa.

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ShaMyra Sylvester and Chapin Montague

ShaMyra Sylvester (33) speaks with conversation partner Chapin Montague (24) about opening up a juice bar in her hometown of Mobile in order to prioritize health in her community. She emphasizes the importance of health equity and encourages young people...

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Amber Booth-McCoy and Donald Wood

Colleagues Amber Booth-McCoy (35) and Donald Wood (43) share a conversation about race, equity, and identity, and about what they have learned from one another and how they have grown as a result of their friendship and their working relationship...

Phil Boss and Jen Guinea

Phil talks with Jen about his long career, and how his personal value of justice impacts all he does. They dicsuss racism, diversity, health equity and how he has grown over the years (and how Providence has grown).

Jessica Smith and Kenneth Fassel

[Recorded: Tuesday, December 14, 2021] Jessica Smith and Kenneth Fassel have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. They talk about how their family backgrounds have shaped their lives, mental health issues, diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace,...

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Nicole Kurth and Stacie Christian

Colleagues and friends Nicole Kurth (41) and Stacie Christian (62) discuss their work at the University of Wisconsin at Green Bay, career lessons they have learned and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) work.