Closing out National Foster Care month is Xavier, a 15-year-old who has seen a lot and has some advice for the rest of us.
We talk to a 16-year-old who is about to leave years of foster care to be adopted. She looks back, looks ahead, and drops knowledge on the rest of us.
The President of Children’s Home Society of Virginia and an adoptive parent herself, Nadine Marsh-Carter schools us on just what their organization does and how you can impact human beings.
Hayley DeRoche pulls in her husband, Patrick, for a frank discussion on what it’s like to try and mold a human being…with the input of another person.
Fostering a child with special needs isn’t easy, but it is amazing.
The last in our series of conversations with the YWCA’s Outstanding Women Award honorees, Susan Meyers closes us out with why we’re not volunteering…and why we should be.
Music is what drives this YWCA Outstanding Woman, and it’s also how she helps others find their own drive.
A YWCA Outstanding Woman, a radio host, an advocate against domestic and sexual violence, and a dang good conversationalist.
An immigration lawyer for more than 20 years, Lakshmi Challa has become one of the areas top names for an area of law that is really involved in helping people change their lives.
The now-retired founder of the Orchard House School founder reflects and educates—at the same time!