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Dylan Erholtz (18) talks with his grandma, Claudette Erholtz (76) about her schooling leading up to nursing school and her time as a practicing nurse in the 1960's.
I talked about the biggest events in my mother's life and how they affected her.
Emily Petersen (38) interviews her colleague William Callaghan (65) about his medical career as a practicing OB-GYN, and as an epidemiologist and public health professional at the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention).
Teenagers and best friends, Julissa and Argo talk about their perspectives on safety and youth-led movements.
In the second part of our conversation, Laura talks about her brother, Ary, the former Minister of Public Health in Haiti who as murdered in 2000. She discusses if she regrets leaving Haiti, and talks about what it’s like knowing...
Dena Bushman (40) interviews fellow Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) alumni and friends Marcelle "Marci" Layton (62) and Annie Fine (62) about their careers as epidemiologists and their various experiences working together.
Eugene McCray (65) talks to his colleague and friend Laura Eastham (50) about his career at the CDC.
Colleagues Dr. Rich Besser (61) and Dr. Ian Pray (33) share stories of the early experiences in the CDC's Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS). Together they share their pride in being able to contain E. coli outbreaks or the H1N1 virus....
Allison Arwady (44) tells her friend and colleague Isaac Ghinai (32) about her career with the CDC and her current role as the Public Health Commissioner for the City of Chicago.
Friends Stephanie Richard [no age given] and Susie Baldwin (54) discuss how they were able to impact the anti-trafficking field as an attorney and physician, respectively.
One Small Step conversation partners Ansley Powell (20) and Anne Turner-Henson (67) discuss public health issues, COVID-19 vaccine rates, socialized medicine, and immigration.
One Small Step conversation partners Cale Green (31) and Mathew Mulhelm (39) discuss influential moments in their lives, their political values, and pressing issues in Alaska.
John Haynes, Program Manager of Health and Air Quality applications in the Applied Sciences Program at NASA headquarters, talks about catching the “weather bug” at a young age. In first grade, he told his teacher that he wanted to be...
Andrew Margolis interviews his dad, Stephen Margolis, about his life and career in public health.
Delores (82) shares her insight, experience, and testimony on a changing community with Gabby (17). As an organization, we believe intergenerational spaces and intergenerational sharing is important.
Enjoy this interview with a former Director of Public Health of Michigan.
Spouses Ena Wanliss (58) and Dean Wanliss (57) talk about their life together, from their initial meeting to having two children, to the challenges they have faced since Dean's stroke in 2014.
Two teenaged friends sit and talk about a world they did not choose and choosing themselves.
Part 3 of 4. "What is the difference between the law and justice?" The pandemic, social unrest, and the way forward.
Part 2 of 2. "The danger of worry."
One Small Step partners Thomas "Tom" Tjomstol (75) and Madeleine "Maddy" Frey (42) have a conversation about their lives, their backgrounds, and some of the things they have in common.
Dr. Halkitis discusses his decades long work in the arena of public health with a focus on health equity among sexual, gender, racial, and ethnic minority populations. His focus on a modern paradigm of public health includes his concept of...
Friends Hannah Karczewski (23) and Zachary Hayes (23) talk about their common experience of attending University of Michigan-Flint during the Flint water crisis, growing passionate about the community, and pursuing ways to give back through work and volunteering.
Lucy Tompkins, MD and Sasha Madison, MPH exchange stories about working in epidemiology and bringing research to the bedside from the HIV epidemic to COVID-19.
Siblings, Barbara Davis (61) and Joe Davis (54), reminisce about their childhood in Miami, FL, tell stories about their family traditions, and reflect on how their parents helped shape who they are today.