As a writer and former engineer, Wilfred Zinavage brings his unique perspective to solve modern problems. He is currently working on his newest book, “Challenges,” which will be published soon. Listen in to hear Mr. Zinavage’s thoughts on bringing a fresh look to change the status quo.
As a writer and poet, Mr. Fish was fortunate enough to find a stable career to support his art. He writes on what interests him, from music to economics. Listen in to hear about Mr. Fish’s career path and passion for writing.
As a scientist and environmental advocate, Rob Moir is taking a two-pronged approach to saving the environment. First, his Political Action Campaign, Global Warming Solutions, focuses on promoting ecologically sound policy. Second, the Ocean River Institute works with communities to help inform citizens about the effect that each of us has on the environment. Listen in to hear more about Dr. Moir’s efforts:
As an accountant with the IRS, Dr. Eula DeWitt felt called by God, or “the Dispatcher,” as she refers to Him, to help people through her work. Listen in to hear how Dr. DeWitt got her start with the IRS, and hear her thoughts on the services that she provides to the community.
As a professor emeritus at Wake Forest University, Dr. Mueller-Heubach has spent many years teaching students about his specialty of obstetrics and gynecology. Listen in to hear how Dr. Mueller-Heubach got his start in medicine, and how his career has progressed.
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Company: Whitney Yong School of Honors and Liberal Studies
Location: Frankfort, KY United States
As a teacher of philosophy, Dr. McPartland imparts new ways of thinking to his students. Listen in to hear more about how he approaches the field, and how he selects the most influential thinkers to share in his curriculum.
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