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Toya Williams and May Moe Tun

May Moe Tun (22) interviews her friend and colleague, Toya Williams (49), about her relationship with cooking, something she learned from her mother growing up. Toya also describes her journey navigating health and disability while reflecting on the importance of...

Being A Mom of A Child With Heart Defects

Lisa McKenzie tells her story about having a daughter who went through multiple open heart surgieries.

Michael House Interview

I interview my dad about his heart over the last 5-6 years.

Mitchell

Steve Hettleman was in third grade when his best friend, Mitchell, died of heart problems. He recounts the story to his daughter, Audrey, almost 45 years later.

The Need for AED and CPR Training

Samantha Blake talks with her mother, Dawn Blake about her heart attack and sudden cardiac arrest of 2006 and her advocacy for AED and CPR training across the country.

The most wonderful person in my life

My mother, Celica Salgado, details her life experiences from childhood to adulthood to share how she kept pushing forward through anything that blocks her way to her and her families future.

Second dad❤️

this is Alfredo meza, my uncle and he’s 60 years old, we talked about death and love and what he holds most in his heart

Great Thanksgiving Listen

When talking with my grandma I asked her about her aunt being the biggest impact on her life. She told me that her daughter is the person she is most proud of.

Jackie’s Heart Surgery

One of my teammates who happens to be my best friend recently underwent a heart surgery so that she would be able to compete. Jackie Wilson sat down with me today to tell her story.

Carol "Mitzi" Rossmann and Deanna Drake

A friend, family member, volunteer and employee of The Mount shares her story about how The Mount has shaped her to be the person she is today. She reflects on her deep commitment to The Mount mission and culture.

Heart murmur
January 9, 2018 App Interview

heart murmur ANSWER OR THERE WILL BE CONSEQUENCES

Rachel Manchester and Melody Fawcett

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...