May 29, 2018
Debi Chess Mabie, Executive Director for The Dunbar Pavilion: An African American Center for Art and Culture
100 years ago, the Dunbar School in Tucson, Arizona opened its doors as a segregated school. It was the only school in the city that served African-American children up until 1951. As you can imagine, it's a...
May 22, 2018
Drena Kusari, General Manager of Southwest Region for Lyft
Drena discusses her experience living through the war in Kosovo as a teenager, leaving for the United States for her last year of school, and how it shaped her as a person.
Today, she is the General Manager of the Southwest Region for Lyft and she dives into how...
May 15, 2018
Grace Gamez, Program Coordinator of American Friends Service Committee
One of the biggest life changes anyone can experience is becoming justice system-involved.
Going through the system means enduring a broken, confusing process that turns lives upside down and changes people forever.
Grace Gámez shares with us her...
May 8, 2018
Carlos Terrazas, Access Consultant of Disability Resource Center at U of A
Change is not always for the better.
Change is often thought of as a good thing, new human rights protections or funding for education, but what happens when change is forced upon us that we didn't ask for? Not all change is welcomed.
May 1, 2018
Tracey Beal, Executive Director of School Connect
Jill Hicks, Director of Business Partnerships at School Connect
Every community needs connectors.
They have superhero-like abilities that allow them to spot and amplify opportunities by connecting the right people at the right times. So this week we're featuring...