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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.
Ryan Novak (43) interviews his fiance Leah Moriarty (31) about how they met and their courtship.
Cousins Rachelle Knowles (34) and Onika Anglin (31) share some of their beliefs to include the importance of family.
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.
Enjoy this interview with a former Director of Public Health of Michigan.
Two teenaged friends sit and talk about a world they did not choose and choosing themselves.
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.
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.
Part 3 of 4. "What is the difference between the law and justice?" The pandemic, social unrest, and the way forward.
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.
Jeff Duchin (63) and his colleague Meagan Kay (41) talk about their careers in public health and personal health challenges.
A father & daughter homeless experts: Eric Protein Moseley & Erica Moseley discuss their Covid-19 homeless experience before, during, and after with each other as they reminisce about their experience of educating the unhoused of San Francisco about the coronavirus.
Aaron Fisher (45) speaks with his wife Rachel Fisher (45) reflecting on her experiences as a Marine Biologist researching sea turtles, as an educator working creatively around curriculums to foster scientific literacy, and as a participant in a COVID-19 Vaccine...
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...
Part 2 of 2. "The danger of worry."
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.
Biography: Interviewer: Jocelyn Bessette Gorlin Technology Support: Jocelyn Bessette Gorlin
Colleagues Bryan Buckley (34) and Olivia Umoren (29) discuss growing up as the children of immigrants and their careers in health equity.
Andrew Margolis interviews his dad, Stephen Margolis, about his life and career in public health.
Friends and colleagues Tricia Penniecook (51) and Nancy Toruno (37) share a conversation about Tricia’s work in public health, her goals of uplifting women and minorities in leadership, and the bond they share.
In the mid-1990s, the town of Libby, MT, discovered they had a serious problem. The small town of fewer than 3000 people had reported over 300 fatalities from asbestos contamination. Enter Aubrey Miller, from the EPA, and Geoff Plumlee, from...
Conversation partners Manuela Velasquez (24) interviews Ulysses Labilles (61) about his immigration journey to the United States, his father’s impact on his life, dear of his family members, and the importance of his children in his life.
William "Bill" Foege (85) tells his grandson Max Morell-Foege (23) about his career at the CDC.
Part 4 of 4. "We have to change the culture." Chief Sacca breaks community policing, best practices, and working in-relationship.
Part 1 of 2. "The need is so great. We offer services to make right what years have gotten so wrong."