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May 19, 2020

Jamie Paul, an Events and Marketing Librarian, shares what it is like to shift all library programming onto Zoom and try to keep the public engaged on social media. Jamie shares what it is like to be "zoom bombed" and her thoughts on expanding digital access. For more on Jamie's career and service in Teach for America,...


May 5, 2020

Before all non-essential workers were pushed to slow down and isolate, Deidre had already taken a big step away from the frenetic work life of a K-12 school administrator. In this episode we talk about her career choice and about what she is learning from staying home during the pandemic. Deidre was first interviewed in...


Apr 22, 2020

In March, Dan Maurer was supposed to be in Nepal organizing a medical clinic with Elevate Nepal. The pandemic grounded everything and over the matter of a few weeks it changed his plans for the entire year. We check in about how he and his team are doing and what has changed since we last spoke in early January.


Apr 7, 2020

In this direct message to listeners, Sharon checks in about the current crisis and shares her thoughts on how we can approach our work during this time as we navigate such rapid and unpredictable change.


Mar 30, 2020

In 2017, Gina Marie Byars shared her story of taking emergency custody of her brother's four children and how this affected her life and her relatively new marriage. Now, the kids have moved back in with their mother and we are talking about the next chapter - how she and her husband are handling the empty nest.