Interview with Marcia Hecker

My interview with my grandmother who was born in 1940 and lived a happy life working in her shoe store and taking care of her family.

Elizabeth Woodside and Heather Wilson

Elizabeth Woodside (64) shares a conversation with her coworker Heather Wilson (45) about mental health, motherhood, and the relationship they share.

Gender Inequality in the Workplace

Termination of employment due to gender inequality in the workplace.

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

In this interview, I talk with my mother Pearl, to discuss the on-going issue of sexual harassment in the workplace.

Ally Shatter and Her Mom Jeanne Shatter Discuss What It Was Like To Be A Little Girl Growing Up Compared To How Older Women Are Treated Now

In this interview, conducted virtually via zoom on November 15, 2021, 22 year old student Ally Shatter interviews her mother, almost 60 year old Jeanne Shatter about what it was like for her growing up as a little girl back...

Interviewing My Mother

I interviewed my mother about her workplace in CASA.

Karen Summers and Liz Wessel

Liz interviews Karen about what brought her to Providence, and Karen's experience as a Providence caregiver for 31 years. They also discuss Covid pandemic, recent DEI work, and the effects on caregivers.

Marci Taylor (Hayez) and Dr. Denise Gates

Marci Taylor (Hayez) (51) interviews her colleague, author Dr. Denise Gates [no age given], about organizational socialization, superior-subordinate relationships, workplace burnout, traumatic workplace betrayals, and related issues. The two discuss how COVID-19 has shaped organizational socialization, and they offer guidance...

Estifanos’s interview: medicine and finance

What estifanos’s internship was like and what he learned from it to become a better professional

Gender Inequality in the Workplace

In this interview, Estefania shares her experiences with gender inequality in her workplace within the medical field. She highlights the importance of women standing up for themselves and emphasizes the need to view themselves highly against negativity regarding gender inequality.

Riza Mauricio, Rica Buchanan, Rina Mauricio, and Regie Mauricio

Riza Mauricio (62) talks to her children Rica Buchanan (38), Rina Mauricio (35), and Regie Mauricio (29) about her career as a nurse, the impact of racism and sexism on the medical profession, and the importance of advocating for oneself.