As the sole proprietor of North Shore Serenity, Sandi Pillsbury Gredzens explores her love of oil painting and her passion for en plein air artwork. Listen in to hear some of Ms. Gredzens’ favorite techniques, and learn about what being an artist means to her.
To view Sandi’s work for yourself, please visit her website.
As a prominent activist, Dr. Andreae spends his time working to combat the stigma surrounding mental illness. His work has spanned multiple areas, all revolving around the principles of educating and helping others. Listen in to hear Dr. Andreae’s thoughts on Alzheimer’s disease, as well as some of the organizations that he has assisted throughout his career.
A lifelong scientist, Dr. Byron Arison has been an influential figure in American history. As a contributor to the groundbreaking Manhattan project, and later as part of the team that developed the noted Coenzyme Q10 for Merck. Listen in to hear Dr. Arison’s stories from these exciting projects.
Title: Research Cardiologist, Exercise Physiologist
Company: University of Minnesota
Location: Minnetonka, MN United States
As a research cardiologist and exercise physiologist at the University of Minnesota, Arthur Leon has a long and storied past in the health care industry. Listen in to hear how his career has progressed within the field.
Company: School of Medicine, The University of Alabama at Birmingham
Location: Birmingham, AL United States
As a medical scientist and educator, Dr. J. Claude Bennett has spent his career advancing the fields of rheumatology and immunology. Listen in to hear how Dr. Bennett got his start in medicine, as well as his hopes for future medical professionals.
As an advocate, Ann Card works to advance worthy causes. In particular, she is passionate about the laws concerning children in Connecticut. The highlight of her career was being instrumental in the HB600 Booster Seat Law passing in October of 2005. Listen in to hear about Ms. Card’s career and the good causes for which she fights.
An accomplished gastroenterologist, Dr. Ridout shares the lessons he has learned over a 30-plus-year career in medicine. In particular, how up-and-coming doctors may establish themselves in low-income rural areas and be every bit as effective as their big-city counterparts. Listen in to hear Dr. Ridout’s thoughts on how doctors must balance the usefulness of charts and statistics with the essential human touches that make all the difference in health care.