Becoming a mother through surrogacy. Kyla Mowrer and Britney Calkins

PAY IT FORWARD Kyla Mowrer and Britney Calkin tell their story on this Podcast Episode, Gestational Surrogacy.  Reflections of motherhood through surrogacy with Britney and Kyla, both residents of Washington state, USA.   Surrogacy Episode Kyla puts this journey in poetic words, “This journey is really about two human beings coming together at the most human level…

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Reflections on motherhood. Victoria Sanchez

Motherhood Reflections Victoria Sanchez reflects on motherhood to her five children.  She reflects on happy memories and the wonderful adventures the family experienced.  Her husband says that she makes sacrifices for the family with ‘angelic devotion.’   Victoria Sanchez Episode Building community and philanthropy are important to Victoria and she instilled these values into her…

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Expressive Movement. When In Doubt Dance It Out.

My World of Dance I’ve been dancing through the years since I was four but I have been consistently dancing for almost thirty years. Kathie Fishback Anthony uses the word ‘joy’ to describe dance.  Indeed.  Dancing is hard work, expressions of myself, and pure joy. Through the years I’ve danced with talented dancers and I…

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Kathie Fishback Anthony Shares Her World of Dance

Listen to the podcast episode!  Podcast Episode link Professional Career Kathie Fishback Anthony earned her Psychology degree from the University of New Mexico.  She was also a dancer who went off to Los Angeles and worked in films and other dance opportunities.   Growing up dancing she is thankful for the wonderful background that her…

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Journalist Matt Bracken unlocks student potential as a “Reading Partners“ literacy tutor

Matt Bracken is a young senior editor for a Washington, D.C. based publication. He also volunteers with Reading Partners as a literacy tutor for struggling readers. His positive imprint is impressive as he chooses to help students succeed at a school that needs his services but is located a long distance from his own community. He says, “I am lucky and I think other people should be as lucky to be able to see a place that does need a little bit more love.”

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