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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!
Frank Altman (68) speaks with his two daughters Lauren Altman (33) and Miriam Altman-Reyes (35) about their family's history of civic engagement and philanthropy. The trio also reflects on the impact that different members of their family have had on...
Part 2 of Interview with Jack Law, founder of Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival, Hawaii Health & Harm Reduction Center, and the iconic Hula's Bar & Lei Stand located in Waikiki. This interview covers Jack's personal history as a young gay...
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.
Trista (36) interviews her colleague Rashaan (40) about his career in philanthropy, how he got started, and why he works in the field. They also talk about issues of diversity in the world of philanthropic work.
Gia M Trotter: 2021-03-08 00:34:51 Gia Trotter (43) and Tristan Trotter (46) talk about their shared Valentines music benefit concert that they did every year for 11 years until the pandemic. From across two states the sisters would practice and...
Ari Witkin (34) speaks with his mother, Cindy Witkin (63), and grandmother Jean Witkin (89) on their varying intergenerational experiences growing up Jewish, family characters, and Jean's involvement philanthropically.
[No name given] [no age given] talks with her friend Patricia Riley [no age given] about her motivations for her philanthropic giving. She describes the causes about which she is passionate including education, celebrating Japanese American history, and care for...
We remember the Cochrans’ part in establishing the Connellsville coke industry and Sarah B. Cochran’s philanthropy.
Colleagues John McKay (47) and Everett D. Smith (61) discuss a trip running across America. The run was to raise awareness and funds for childhood cancer research through their nonprofit organization, 4Another.
Michael "Mike" Randall (55) interviews his mother, Carole Randall (81), on their family's history in philanthropy and community service.
Wife, Karen Wald (61), and husband, Rick Wald (61), exchange family history, impactful memories, and stories from their philanthropic work.
Joseph "Joe" Seager (55) talks to his friend and colleague, A. "Christian" Hart (56), about how his childhood and upbringing shaped his career path. He discusses his years of teaching at an alternative school, his transition into real estate, and...
Allison Leigh Cleveland (61) tells her colleague Angela Meyers (42) about her experiences in the army during the Cold War doing military intelligence and guard duty in Germany. She also describes witnessing the fall of the Berlin Wall on her...
Interview with Opus Laureate Sister Marilyn Lacey on life, work and Mercy Beyond borders
Emergency nurse Dayna James thought she had the most secure job in the world, but the pandemic knocked her out of work and wondering how her family would pay its bills. James tells 2020 ENA Foundation Chairperson Jim Hoelz about...
Pitt Hyde (77) talks to his colleague Faith Morris (64) discuss the work Pitt has contributed to the community of Memphis, his involvement the Civil Rights Museum board, and his work as an entrepreneur.
John Sullivan (67) talks to his foundation's successors Javen Swanson (37) and Oby Ballinger (38) about their shared experiences doing philanthropic work.
Karen, Kathleen, and Bruce talk about starting the Council on Foundations and implementing the Stewardship Principles.
Arlene Swartz (61) talks to her friend and coworker Kathrina Proscia (50) about her childhood in the Bronx and Queens, her family and her career in philanthropy and fundraising.
Wayne Stidham, being interviewed by Alison Zajdel, talks about growing up poor, meeting his wife, and the professional climb to President of Second National Bank. Along the way, Wayne helped Richmond rebuild after the '68 explosion, bring IU East and...
Jerome Shannon (66) and his husband, Charles Smoke (69), sit down for a conversation about moving from Mobile, AL to Pensacola, FL, the organizations that they are involved with in Pensacola, and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their lives...
We talked about family memories, what she wishes for me and her, and how she would like to be remembered, Etc
Mary McFadden and Larry Stifler, founders of the Stifler Family Foundation, reflect on how their past opportunities influenced their generous giving now.
Alan G. Hassenfeld [no age given] talks with his biographer, G. Wayne Miller (65), about Hasbro, its history as a family business, and his work today.