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Mary Jo Stanley speaks with Nicole (Nikki) Gefteas about an experience that altered the way she viewed the world and her place in it. Nikki describes her travels to Manzanillo Cuba where she and her fellow volunteers created and conducted...
Friends Jackiez Gonzalez (35) and Kelsey Johnikin (34) sit down for a conversation about their experiences moving to Tulsa, OK through the "Tulsa Remote" program.
Johnny Willis (53) shares a conversation with his friend and social worker Morrigan Phillips (40) about their friendship, his experiences at the Boston Living Center, and his hopes for the future.
Woman is interviewed by her grandson about growing up in St. Regis Falls, her family, meeting her husband and driving across the country, loss of her husband and son, and life now.
Tatiana Orlov (27) tells Linda Wang (23) her reasons for moving to New York City, how her interests changed from working in the Music Industry to Community Involvement, and how she became involved with the non-profit organization Art for Change.
Sally Dishman (23) interviews her coworker Jeremy Pruitt (38) about topics ranging from his feelings on garden gnomes to his experience being on the board of Eden Village at the Gathering Tree in Springfield, Missouri.
We talked about life in the past, present and what the future holds.
Chris Cotten (62) shares a conversation with his friend, Giang-Nguyen Nguyen (40), about Giang-Nguyen’s life growing up in Vietnam, her family, how she came to the United States, what her life has been like since, and her friendship with Chris.
Louise Jaffe [no age given] talks with her friend and colleague Shari Davis [no age given] about their activism work in Santa Monica advocating for public policy, especially public education and early childhood education. They talk about the volunteer organization...
John Sullivan (67) talks to his foundation's successors Javen Swanson (37) and Oby Ballinger (38) about their shared experiences doing philanthropic work.
Friends and longtime colleagues Bruce Matthews (71) and Irene Szabo (77) discuss their service on behalf of the North Country National Scenic Trail.
Andover Stories of American Identity: A thoughtful conversation with Amy Sebell, where she discusses her Jewish heritage, her dedication to helping people, her family, and her love for Andover.
A quick interview with my mom on what she does to give back to our community and why she believes it’s important.
Spouses, Maria Gsell (67) and Ted Murray (73), share a conversation about their families, their work and careers, and their relationship with one another.
Mother and daughter, Lezah Stenger (74) and Stephanie Stenger (53), have a conversation about their contributions, memories, and experiences in the Junior League of Springfield.
Sarah Padgett (24) interviews new friend Brandy Tolbert (34) about Brandy’s childhood, her family, and her children. Brandy also talks about her role as the director of the Literacy Alliance and how she discovered her passion for literacy work.
Tinker Walker (94) talks to her son Harold Walker II (62) about her best friend "Beebaw" her rag doll, while she was growing up after the loss of both her parents & how after losing her beloved doll as a...
One Small Step partners Teri Mott (61) and Krista Anderson (61) talk about their personal political values, the issues that have become personal to them, and their experiences with religion.
Doris Haynie elaborates on some of the charity work that she has done in her lifetime.
Gary Nichols (62) tells his new friend and conversation partner Sarah Padgett (25) about his life and favorite memories.
Gail Triplitt Newman (70) interviews her mother, Isabel Andrews Triplitt (98), about growing up during the Great Depression in Columbus, GA and how Isabel's life changed as she married, had children, and moved to new cities.
Will Newman (23) talks with his mentor Dr. Carolyn Aidman (73) about their work with the Urban Health Initiative (UHI).
Colleagues Richard Lutz (42) and Matthew "Matt" Rowbotham (43) explore their shared history and experiences in service to the preservation and advancement of the North Country National Scenic Trail.
I sat with my dad and talked about a rollercoaster of things, we touched basses on the experience he had raising three children and even went in depth with his experience when it comes to picking his career