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Facilitator Janet Frey asks Sarah Berg about her life, and her mother, an influential psychoanalyst.
Rosalie reflects on her early years, her accomplishments and hopes for her family
Coworkers Claire Judkins (52) and Renetta Mosley [no age given] discuss their work with Acadia and the importance of sharing stories about Parkinson’s Disease through the Yours, Truly campaign.
Spouses, Julia Summers (59) and Gina Woods (61), talk about their childhood, what influenced their careers, and their faith journey.
Bill Goldberg shares his story of social work and a career centered on working with people involved in cults and destructive groups.
Jeff Feldman shares his story of social work--from clinical to advocacy and working on behalf of his colleagues at the National Association of Social Workers New Jersey.
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.
Talking with my mother as I have started to do hospice work to learn about her experiences with end-of-life care over many years.
Yolanda Benitez (59) interviews her cousin, Ann Marie Ortolaza (60), about her parents' love story.
I interviewed my neighbor, Fiona, about her job as a hospice social worker. We also discussed death, caregiver burden, and each of our own experiences with these.
One Small Step conversation partners Erica Johnson (51) and Randall Burns (74) talk about their political beliefs, people who share those beliefs, and issues in Alaska.
Phylis Peterman is a highly respected teacher and mentor, awarded Rutgers' highest honor for innovative teaching. She shares her story of work in the community and why giving back to students and the community is academic.
Stacey speaks to her childhood experiences regarding racism, not being proud of her heritage, and how that has influenced her choices and mindset as a social worker in America.
Mia Kiemele talks with her daughter Ava about her career path. She tells stories about how her degree and social work background helped her throughout life.
Two MSW students interview their professor about her professional experience, research interests, and personal connections to her work.
As a social work pioneer in New Jersey, Mitchell Kahn, MSW, shares the heart behind community organizing and grassroots movements. After spending over 40 years at Ramapo College of New Jersey and serving as the director of the Baccalaureate Social...
Kathryn Coumanis (73) talks with friend and colleage Carolyn Thomas (68) about their work to establish domestic violence shelters in Alabama and early resistance in the 1970s.
Jewel Daney and El Johnsen spoke about Jewel’s childhood in Pennsylvania, her transition to New Jersey, and people who influenced her life.
Rascal Roubos, author the Social Work Master's thesis "Antidotes to White Fragility" reflects with collaborators Zara Zimbardo and Toran Ailisheva of White Noise Collective on the creation of the popular and transformative somatic Antidotes curriculum.
Connie Bookman (63) and her son Darcy Reeves (37) share a conversation about their family, their public service work, and their motivations for doing the work they do.
Carroll Green (54) interviews her aunt Kathy Haynes (70) about growing up in a world where she was punished for being different and how her discrimination continues to impact her through adulthood.
One Small Step partners Jennifer Weston (56) and Paul Wood (59) discuss the people and events that have most influenced their beliefs, why they are often troubled by people with similar beliefs, and why they are scared about the current...
Bill Waldman shares his social work journey in the public space leading the State of New Jersey's Child Welfare Agency.
Sandy and Lenny Spiegel tell about their determination to pursue higher education despite socio-economic challenges. A surprising union - Sandy, a social worker and Lenny, a physicist - met each other in Chicago in the late 1980s and followed their...