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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
Doris Haynie elaborates on some of the charity work that she has done in her lifetime.
Longtime friends, John (41) and Quinn (40), sit to talk about their time in the Peace Corps. How the Peace Corps changed them and the friendships and gifts they received from their time in service.
Malcolm Asher (16) talks to Peggy Adams (no birth date given) about how he started his international nonprofit and his hopes for the ArtPass program.
Friends Parastou Youssefi (40) and Fariborz Massoudian (58) share a conversation about their journeys as students of Islamic Sufism, and about the community relief work they've engaged in.
StoryCorps intern, Julie Jones (47), interviews Elisheba Fowlkes (33) about her family history, recent move from Brooklyn to Atlanta, and most notable memories working for Barack Obama's campaign in 2012.
Joe Lamb tells Emilie Bouvier about volunteering at International Center after struggling with depression. A psychologist recommended volunteering and Joe Lamb maintains it was the best advice he ever took.
Morriel Kasher (18) speaks with his former high school Honors & AP Chemistry teacher, Dr. Ronald Brandt (72) regarding his career in chemical engineering, business, teaching, and his volunteer work throughout.
Wade Kwon (40) talks with his friend Sean Kelley (37) about a near death experience he had just before starting college.
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.
Lynn (68) shares her story from college professor to hospice volunteer to board member and board chair at TrinityCare.
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.
I interview my roommate and friend Melissa Elias
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.
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.
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.
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.
Aileen and Alison talk about growing up on a farm, moving to Richmond, teaching at RHS, and her retired life as a community volunteer.
Barbara Brown interviews her mother, Mathilda Tibby Brown, about her career in Suffolk County Family Court, and about being the mother of four children.
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.
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.
Susan K Brandenburg Giboney (58) and Megan Managhan (24) talked about Susan's mission trip to McAllen, Texas.