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  1. Caring People & Helpful Resources: Brenda has an engaging interview with Julie Reiskin, the Executive Director of the CCDC. Julie Reiskin is the Executive Director of the Colorado Cross Disability Coalition. She has gained expertise on nonprofit accountability and best practices, publicly funded long-term community-based services, disability rights law, public benefits, and the intersectionality of systemic and individual advocacy. In 2010, she was appointed by President Barack Obama to serve on the Board of Directors of the Legal Services Corporation. Julie also has M.S., and she and Brenda discuss volunteering to make positive changes in the world, self-affirmations, connecting with CCDC, and other topics. For more information on the CCDC, visit ccdconline.org. On Twitter @CCDC501c3. Facebook: CCDC.CO.
  2. Caring People & Helpful Resources: Brenda has an engaging interview with Julie Reiskin, the Executive Director of the CCDC. Julie Reiskin is the Executive Director of the Colorado Cross Disability Coalition. She has gained expertise on nonprofit accountability and best practices, publicly funded long-term community-based services, disability rights law, public benefits, and the intersectionality of systemic and individual advocacy. In 2010, she was appointed by President Barack Obama to serve on the Board of Directors of the Legal Services Corporation. Julie also has M.S., and she and Brenda discuss their lives before disabilities, Brenda's personal story, and other topics. For more information on the CCDC, visit ccdconline.org. On Twitter @CCDC501c3. Facebook: CCDC.CO.
  3. Caring People & Helpful Resources: Brenda has an engaging interview with Julie Reiskin, the Executive Director of the CCDC. Julie Reiskin is the Executive Director of the Colorado Cross Disability Coalition. She has gained expertise on nonprofit accountability and best practices, publicly funded long-term community-based services, disability rights law, public benefits, and the intersectionality of systemic and individual advocacy. In 2010, she was appointed by President Barack Obama to serve on the Board of Directors of the Legal Services Corporation. Julie also has M.S., and she and Brenda discuss their lives before disabilities, Brenda's personal story, and other topics. For more information on the CCDC, visit ccdconline.org. On Twitter @CCDC501c3. Facebook: CCDC.CO.
  4. Caring People & Helpful Resources: Brenda has an engaging interview with Julie Reiskin, the Executive Director of the CCDC. Julie Reiskin is the Executive Director of the Colorado Cross Disability Coalition. She has gained expertise on nonprofit accountability and best practices, publicly funded long-term community-based services, disability rights law, public benefits, and the intersectionality of systemic and individual advocacy. In 2010, she was appointed by President Barack Obama to serve on the Board of Directors of the Legal Services Corporation. Julie also has M.S., and she and Brenda discuss their lives before disabilities, Brenda's personal story, and other topics. For more information on the CCDC, visit ccdconline.org. On Twitter @CCDC501c3. Facebook: CCDC.CO
  5. Caring People & Helpful Resources: Brenda speaks with Joe Beaver, a former accountant for CCDC. Joe is a former accountant for the Colorado Cross Disability Coalition, and served as a delegate for then-Senator Barack Obama in 2008 via the Democrats with Disabilities organization. Joe contracted polio as a child, and in this episode he and Brenda discuss Democrats with Disabilities, the importance of being involved at the grassroots level, and other topics. Want to get involved? Contact Joe at j_beaver@comcast.net. For more information about Brenda and/or her programs, visit mosbyservices.com.
  6. Caring People & Helpful Resources: Brenda speaks with Joe Beaver, a former accountant for CCDC. Joe is a former accountant for the Colorado Cross Disability Coalition, and served as a delegate for then-Senator Barack Obama in 2008 via the Democrats with Disabilities organization. Joe contracted polio as a child, and in this episode he and Brenda discuss his childhood, his experiences in the education system, the concept of "mainstreaming", and other topics. For more information about Brenda and/or her programs, visit mosbyservices.com.
  7. Caring People & Helpful Resources: Brenda speaks with Jaime Lewis, an advocate and CCDC administrator. Jaime is an advocate for People with Disabilities, and serves as an administrator at the Colorado Cross Disability Coalition (CCDC). Jaime contracted polio as a child, and now operates a power chair. He and Brenda discuss accessibility regarding Uber and RTD, Jaime's experiences with the Phamaly Theatre Company, and other topics. For more information about Jaime, please visit his page at https://www.ccdconline.org/about/jaime-lewis/. For more information about Brenda and/or her programs, visit mosbyservices.com.
  8. Caring People & Helpful Resources: Brenda speaks with Jaime Lewis, an advocate and CCDC administrator. Jaime is an advocate for People with Disabilities, and serves as an administrator at the Colorado Cross Disability Coalition (CCDC). Jaime contracted polio as a child, and now operates a power chair. He and Brenda discuss the importance of transportation, the Gang of 19, the CCDC, and other topics. For more information about Jaime, please visit his page at https://www.ccdconline.org/about/jaime-lewis/. For more information about Brenda and/or her programs, visit mosbyservices.com.
  9. Caring People & Helpful Resources: Brenda speaks with Jaime Lewis, an advocate and CCDC administrator. Jaime is an advocate for People with Disabilities, and serves as an administrator at the Colorado Cross Disability Coalition (CCDC). Jaime contracted polio as a child, and now operates a power chair. He and Brenda discuss his childhood in upstate New York, his first encounters with discrimination, his tenure at the United States Military Academy at West Point, and the Olmstead Act. For more information about Jaime, please visit his page at https://www.ccdconline.org/about/jaime-lewis/. For more information about Brenda and/or her programs, visit mosbyservices.com.
  10. Caring People & Helpful Resources: Brenda speaks with André van Hall, public speaker, author, and Curiosity Instigator. André is a NSA Certified Professional Speaker and Curiosity Instigator. He is the author of The Curiosity of Change: How to Bring Light to the Dark Side of Change. André is also blind. He and Brenda discuss how perspective is a matter of choice, André's experience with DVR, the importance of a positive friend group, and other topics. For more information about André and his book, please visit andrevanhall.com. For more information about Brenda and/or her programs, visit mosbyservices.com.
  11. Caring People & Helpful Resources: Brenda speaks with André van Hall, public speaker, author, and Curiosity Instigator. André is a NSA Certified Professional Speaker and Curiosity Instigator. He is the author of The Curiosity of Change: How to Bring Light to the Dark Side of Change. André is also blind. He and Brenda discuss how they met at Meow Wolf Convergence Station, the need to get curious when dealing with difficult change, accepting responsibility, and other topics. For more information about André and his book, please visit andrevanhall.com. For more information about Brenda and/or her programs, visit mosbyservices.com.
  12. Caring People & Helpful Resources: Brenda has an engaging interview with Patricia McMahon, the Outreach and Education Coordinator for the EEOC. Patricia is the Outreach and Education Coordinator for the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Patti also has severe Dyslexia. She and Brenda discuss how to work with a disability, how the ADA works for both employees and employers, the history of the EEOC, and other topics. For more information about Patti and the EEOC, visit eeoc.gov. For more information about Brenda and/or her programs, visit mosbyservices.com.
  13. Caring People & Helpful Resources: Brenda has an engaging interview with Patricia McMahon, the Outreach and Education Coordinator for the EEOC. Patricia is the Outreach and Education Coordinator for the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Patti also has severe Dyslexia. She and Brenda discuss how a math teacher changed the course of Patti's life, how the world has improved because of People with Disabilities, and other topics. For more information about Patti and the EEOC, visit eeoc.gov. For more information about Brenda and/or her programs, visit mosbyservices.com.
  14. Brenda shares her personal story with you, the listener. Brenda Mosby is a certified Heal Your Life coach, and is the author of the book You Are Capable. Brenda specializes in helping people to reach their highest potential. Visit mosbyservices.com for more information about Brenda and her programs.
  15. Caring People & Helpful Resources: Brenda has an engaging interview with Julie Reiskin, the Executive Director of the CCDC. Julie Reiskin is the Executive Director of the Colorado Cross Disability Coalition. She has gained expertise on nonprofit accountability and best practices, publicly funded long-term community-based services, disability rights law, public benefits, and the intersectionality of systemic and individual advocacy. In 2010, she was appointed by President Barack Obama to serve on the Board of Directors of the Legal Services Corporation. Julie also has M.S., and she and Brenda discuss volunteering to make positive changes in the world, self-affirmations, connecting with CCDC, and other topics. For more information on the CCDC, visit ccdconline.org. On Twitter @CCDC501c3. Facebook: CCDC.CO.
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