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- Providence 5
- 2023 Mobile Tour 3
- Albuquerque, NM 2
- Providence Home and Community Care Anaheim 2
- City of Decatur, Georgia 1
- Providence Home and Community Care 1
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 1
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 1
- Taos, NM 1
Friends and colleagues Dr. Lusharon Wiley (69) and Jason Nicholson (48) share a conversation about Jason’s philosophy of life, the obstacles he has faced, and the lessons he has learned.
Adaeze talked about the ripple effect of shining your light so that others can find and shine their own, how knowing where you came from is vital in order to understand who you are and how she helps young girls...
Coworkers Liz Gamboa (61) and Jake Foreman (35) reflect on their experiences working in finance with New Mexico Community Capital.
Olivia Figley (18) shares a conversation with her grandfather, James "Patrick" Figley (83), about their family, Patrick’s faith, how he became a minister, and the values that he practices in life.
My father tells me about how working hard and being flexible to different cultures and lifestyles is valuable in life, how he wants me to find happiness and be happy, and recounts his experiences. Immigrating from Venezuela to Syria to...
In the interview motivation, and fimly circumstances were stated about how the different events in your life formed your morals and who you are today
Estela Fernandez, born on December 6th of 1940, is the daughter of European refugees who came to Buenos Aires, Argentina during World War 1. She talks about her fondest memories, such as hanging out with her families on the weekends,...
Lindsey Beacham, age 37, and Wanda Quinn, age 70, talk about where they grew up and how that shaped who they are. They shared their values, their community, and what they want their legacy to be.
A story about the life of my grandma, and what has changed through her life.
This interview talks about Sally Drake's life and her story through a series of questions asked by her granddaughter.
Fred tells me of his life experiences and of how he became the creative genius exemplified today.
We began by talking about our families immigration story and moved into how the older generations of our family influenced my father’s life.
One Small Step partners Brian Mitchell (73) and John Knorr (60) have a conversation where they cover a range of topics from their ties to the 1968 Chicago Democratic National Convention to their shared view that the polarized nature of...
One Small Step conversation partners Stephen Skeels (52) and Sam Usem (36) talk about the effect of the pandemic on their lives, in particular their experiences related to owning and starting businesses. They also discuss their politics, Sam being a...
Eileen, 63, interviews her son David, 28, about his work as a firefighter, his relationship with his family, and his values.
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.
One Small Step conversation partners Tamara Moore (46) and Andrea Hulman-Watsjold (31) discuss their careers, political values, and what the biggest issues in Alaska are.
Eric Hoang (17) talks with his mom, Trinh Hoang (47) about her childhood and life in America. They discuss about her values and what she enjoyed as a kid and how she gives back to her Vietnamese community despite being...
We go back through the life of a man who is not only my grandfather, but who has played a role in America’s history and served his country.
Spouses, Don Miller (64) and Gretchen Miller (59), with Don's sister Beth Crone (59) remember Judith Ann Miller. They talk about her ability to make everyone feel loved and special, and share the legacy she has left behind.
We talked about her life and how her family and community shaped her into the woman that she is today.
My father and I discuss his past as well as the characteristics that has made him successful as well as what he would like to impart to me.
One Small Step partners Stephen "Steve" Astoria (71) and Kelley Marlin (55) share a conversation about their work, their families, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the most influential people in their lives. They also talk about how their personal values have...