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In multiple schools, Colleen Bowen has helped many children with both mental and physical disabilities. In this interview she explains how she got involved, the patience it takes, and the lessons she’s learned though her former job.
Susan St. John (77) and Judy Powers (76) talk about their journey to becoming Hurricane Island Outward Bound School instructors and the impact that the work has had on their lives. These two first cousins reminisce about being a part...
Jahaziel Hiriart (33) y su mentora, Lizette Merchan [edad no dada], comparten una conversación sobre sus experiencias al emigrar a los Estados Unidos de América, los desafíos que han enfrentado, y lo que les ha dado la fuerza para continuar...
Eliana Godoy (48) interviews her colleague Debora Mulrain (66) about her time at Literacy, Inc. and the changes she's seen in the organization.
Margeaux Gray (41), Bakita Empowerment Initiative (BEI)Advisory Board Member, talks with Amy Nace-DeGonda (43), BEI Assistant Program Director, about the power of resiliency in her life.
I talk about my first step-mom Kathy and how she influenced me. Pic is of a cup from her.
Anurag Wadehra (52) interviews his wife, Reena Kapoor (49), about her involvement in the 1947 Partition Archive Project. Reena talks about the legend of her grandmother and her experience as a survivor of the Partition. Reena also talks about the...
Mini history lesson on the program and personal experiences as a volunteer and participant.
Colleagues Michael Wilcox (35) and Richard Lynch (53) share a conversation about their work at Re-entry Alliance Pensacola (REAP), how they came to that work, and about homelessness in Pensacola.
Friends Rennae Gruchalla (72) and Glee Mayer (69) talk about their connection to nature and to the North Country Trail Association.
Hermanas Elena Martha Varela (61) y Irma Varela (59) entrevistan a su mamá, Maria Guadalupe Rico-Varela (90), sobre las decisiones que hizo en criar a sus hijas empoderadas a seguir la educación en los tiempos cuando no se acostumbraba a...
What it’s like to be a young woman in 2018. The challenges, veiwpoints, and struggles
Graduate students in neuroscience Emily Celestina Sales (27) and Sarah Josephine Stednitz (30) speak about their experiences as women in the sciences and the injustices they hope will be addressed in diversity, equity and inclusion at the University of Oregon.
In this episode, we spoke with Remy Meraz, Founder of Me Tyme Network to learn about her entrepreneur journey as a woman in tech.
Friends and colleagues Sara DeRoo [no age given] and Connie Going [no age given] share a conversation about their own families and their experiences working in adoption and social work.
Bob Casanta (72) interviews his friend and colleague, Quyen Tran (43), about her experience relocating to New Jersey with her family as Vietnamese refugees. They also discuss the way that sports and drag performance led Quyen Tran to herself as...
Jeff Rosen (53) and Bridgetta Bourne-Firl talk about their involvement in the Deaf President Now (DPN) protest in the late 1980s. Both Jeff and Bridgetta were students at Gallaudet University and student leaders in the DPN movement. They also discuss...
Sabina talks about gender equality and social inclusion in coastal Kenya with a focus on her previous experiences and how it shaped her passion for women's and girls' empowerment.
Anne and her parents Bill and Carol talk about 4 generations of Wyoming Western photographers. The line is traced through the women in the family. They talk about how the family first emigrated from Germany to do photo work in...
Mike Drummond (55) talks to Jason Plumodon (49) about what called him to nursing and Providence and most challenging and most rewarding experiences.
Rachel Manchester shares about her career at Providence foundational is her faith, Start-up program Hospital At Home. happiness is a choice, clinical excellence, passion for living our Mission our true source of power, God, a calling, serving, leaving things better...