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- Providence 9
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 6
- Innisfree Village 4
- 2023 Mobile Tour 3
- Taos, NM 3
- City of Decatur, Georgia 2
- Community Voices of Lake Geneva 2
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 2
- Providence Home and Community Care 1
- Andover Center for History and Culture 5
- Hear Me Now Providence 5
- Providence 2
- William Sonoma 2
- BudgIT 1
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Nicole Charpentier (36) speaks with Nathan Brooks (36) and Hans Carlson (no age given) about her experience with Cerebral Palsy (CP) and the doctors who have supported her.
Karolyn Campbell (45) tells her friend Lorelei Anderson-Francis (64) about leaving Grenada at a young age, the impacts of her visual impairment, and her goals.
I interview my roommate and friend Melissa Elias
Meryl Selig (67) and Nancy Zucconi (63) talked about their friendship through the lens of Meryl's two cancer diagnoses. Meryl shared some of the profound life changes that followed her cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Janet Cobbett (90) interviews her friend, Ginny Holahan (90), about her childhood, family, community involvement, and friendship.
Lynn (68) shares her story from college professor to hospice volunteer to board member and board chair at TrinityCare.
One Small Step participants Rachelle Wilson (56) and Sam Sims (47) discuss their upbringings and political beliefs. They talk about the political parties they are registered under, campaign financings, and abortion.
Kate shares with Molly about her connection with The Mount as a family member and then as a foundation board member.
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.
Ms. Charlie Nelson, the director of Special Events at MIFA, talks about how her life and how changes in the African American have impacted her.
Ann Schempp (45) interviews her colleague Margaret Schiffner (84) about her family, her childhood, and her involvement in the Moses Lake community.
Ayden Harris (18) interviews Steve Budnack (~25ish) who owns the Parker Task Force about his life, what influenced him, and how he got to where he is today.
Colleagues and friends Peter Nordgren (69) and Matthew Davis (46) discuss their connection to and relationship with the North Country National Scenic Trail.
Brenda McMahon (56) and Karen G. Gates (61) talk about meeting at the Gulfport Public Library and becoming friends. Brenda is a ceramics artist and Karen is a writer. They discuss the many ways they're involved in the Gulfport community.
Colleagues Ann Cramer (77) and Jennifer Hartz (53) have a conversation about their respective experiences as members of the Corporate Volunteer Council in Atlanta as it celebrates its 30th anniversary.
Spouses Beverly Kinner [no age given] and Edward Kinner [no age given] talk about their involvement in the Columbus, GA community. While Edward describes the work he did on the Columbus Riverfront and Whitewater Project, Beverly shares her experiences volunteering...
Aileen and Alison talk about growing up on a farm, moving to Richmond, teaching at RHS, and her retired life as a community volunteer.
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...
Sara Nichols (50), Executive Director Open Arms Clinic, has a conversation with her colleague Shannon McCarthy (37) about how Open Arms Free Clinic came to be.
Wife, Karen Wald (61), and husband, Rick Wald (61), exchange family history, impactful memories, and stories from their philanthropic work.
I interview Bob, who volunteered at Shanti, an AIDS emotional support organization, from 1984-1990. He talks about the emotional intimacy, the change in the LGBTQ community, and one of his first clients.
One Small Step partners Alison Caughman (74) and Judy Walton (68) have a conversation about being "military brats" and volunteers as well as their biggest challenges and greatest achievements.
Spouses Darlena Moore (60) and Samuel Moore (62) share a conversation about how they first met, Darlena’s time in foster care, and their family.