Anne Thille speaks with MB Hanrahan about the Discovery Center for Science and Technology, which is an educational nonprofit organization that provides hands-on science programs at schools and local community venues.
Rick Schroeder speaks with Sandra Siepak about Many Mansions, which is a nonprofit affordable housing and service provider.
Life Improvement Specialist, Louise Meyer, speaks with George Alger, about simple ways anyone can help another.
Hunter Ackerman plays an acoustic song, “Highway 1.” Outside of the pandemic he is also known for his band, Hunter & The Dirty Jacks, described as “Retro Fresh Rock & Roll Soul.”
Roberta Perry and Richard Stewart speak with George Alger about establishing, maintaining and growing a community group.
Mara Rodriquez speaks with Sandra Siepak about America’s Teaching Zoo which is a living, breathing classroom for Exotic Animal Training and Zoo Management at Moorpark College.
Debra Tash, the editor-in-chief of the Citizens Journal, speaks with George Alger about their efforts to create an online dialogue and resource in Ventura County so that the news is not all one-sided.
Christopher Correa speaks with Sandra Siepak about COVID-19 in the workplace and how employees and employers are attempting to handle these challenging times.
Nancy Ambriz speaks with Monique Nowlin about America’s Job Center of California, and how older adults can prepare themselves for employment during and after COVID-19.
Michael Shanklin speaks with Sandra Siepak about KidSTREAM.