Yolanda Vazquez speaks with Jose Munoz, the Director of the Coalition for Community Schools, about the Community Schools National Forum. The Forum will be held from May 2nd - 4th at the Baltimore Convention Center and Hilton Baltimore.
Yolanda Vazquez speaks with Anne Lefter, the Director of Performing Arts with the Community College of Baltimore County, about the different shows the department provides that local community residents can get involved with or enjoy.
Yolanda Vazquez speaks with Jeanne Allert, the Founder and Executive Director of the Samaritan Women, about what the organization does to help victims recover from human sex trafficking and the how negatively it impacts victims’ lives.
Yolanda Vazquez speaks with Jeanne Allert, the Founder and Executive Director of the Samaritan Women, who explains how human sex trafficking occurs, the areas of which are affected, and the effects it can have on the victims involved.
Yolanda Vazquez speaks with Sean Hull, the Founder and President of the Life and Breath Foundation, about the personal impacts sarcoidosis has had on his life and the organization’s efforts to help find a cure.
Yolanda Vazquez speaks with Kate McGuire, the Chief Advancement Officer for The Arc Baltimore, about serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Arc's primary goal is helping people with disabilities get jobs and utilize their talents in the workplace. Also discussed is the importance of getting businesses to consider these individuals.
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Recorded on 11/7/17.
Yolanda Vazquez speaks with Anthony I. Butler, the President and CEO of AIDS Interfaith Residential Services, Inc., about the completion of Restoration Gardens 2. Also discussed is a donation drive for residents living in the supportive permanent housing program.
Yolanda Vazquez talks with Maryland State Senator from District 35, Wayne Norman. They discuss the 2018 Legislative Session and how it’s going. They also talk about supporting the 2nd Amendment. For more information on Senator Wayne Norman, visit the General Assembly of Maryland website.
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The mission of health profession education at Grand Valley State University is to prepare exceptional professionals who will impact the health and well-being of the larger community. The college offers a variety of programs that are appealing to anyone interested in the health professions. The College of Health Professions includes nine academic programs -- one which is a clinical doctorate program (Physical Therapy); four of which are entry-level masters degrees (Occupational Therapy, Physician Assistant Studies, Public Health, Speech Language Pathology); and four which are at the baccalaureate level (Allied Health Sciences, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Radiologic & Imaging Sciences and Therapeutic Recreation).
Dean Roy Olsson of the College of Health Professions at Grand Valley State University joins host Laurel Hess to talk about the expansion of the College.
Interview recorded September 21st, 2017.