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Casual conversations with purpose featuring interesting, inspiring, and innovative people from a variety of backgrounds, experiences, and industries. Everyone has a story to share, and every story is worth sharing.

Jun 19, 2018

>Dana Lewis returns to the podcast for a biannual update on the latest from the #WeAreNotWaiting movement. We also discuss her Red Hat 2018 Women in Open Source Community Award, the joys of international travel, her ongoing research project, Opening Pathways, and her new book about celiac disease.

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Jun 12, 2018

This week, Michelle Boise joins me to talk about her role at Beyond Type 1, their DKA Awareness campaign, and her recent longform story featured on previouslyhealthy.org.

You can learn more about Beyond Type 1 at beyondtype1.org and read Michelle's feature at previouslyhealthy.org.

Run Time - 40:38

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Jun 5, 2018

This week Virtue Bajurny returns to talk about mental health and chronic illnesses. We dig into the value of peer support in patient communities, approaches to mental health balance, and also John Woo movies. Trust me.

You can learn more about Virtue's work at diabetestalk.ca and insulinpump.ca.

Run Time - 46:22

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May 30, 2018

Robert Gluck joins me this week to discuss the rise of soccer in the United States, our time working together at the American Diabetes Association, his role as a Human Factors Engineer within the Veterans Health Administration, and the importance of proper user-centered design in health care.

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May 23, 2018

This week I'm joined by Travis Preston to discuss his work as a filmmaker, the latest construction updates in northeast Atlanta, and his upcoming documentary "Race to Tokyo". We also mix in our perspectives on creative storytelling as patient advocacy.

Learn more about Race to Tokyo at racetotokyo.com and visit