If your preference is to read then your on the right page! Here you will find text versions of video/audio and print-only interviews.
BEYOND THE MASK – In 2021 I sat down with Ellen Matzer, RN, CCRN, and Valery Hughes, FNP, RN to talk about their first book Nurses On The Inside: Stories of HIV/AIDS Epidemic in NYC.
Their newest book Beyond The Mask is a compelling work based on the COVID epidemic telling the stories of six fictitious healthcare workers based on the experiences of those who actually worked on the front lines. READ NOW
ANTI CANCER LIVING – An interview with Lorenzo Cohen, Ph.D. & Alison Jefferies, MEd 06/02/22
“What if we could make basic, sustainable lifestyle changes that could prevent us from getting cancer?” Lorenzo and Alison sit down to talk with me about their book Anti Cancer living. READ NOW
Gary Hines and The Sounds of Blackness 05/01/22
In this abridged interview, I sit down with Gary Hines musical director and producer of The Sounds of Blackness for the last 50 years. Gary and I talk about his career, The Sounds of Blackness, his friendship with Prince, the murder of George Floyd, and much more. READ NOW
Talking Coaching With Tim Kincaid. 04/01/22
I had the opportunity to sit down with my longtime friend Tim Kincaid to discuss how he became a coach and coaching in general. Tim is a leadership coach and consultant specializing in strategic communications, change management, and leadership development, and teaches numerous university courses. READ NOW
A STRONG SENSE OF DUTY: A conversation with Noah Siple. 02/01/22
In this interview, I sit down with Noah Siple veteran of the Army National Guard to talk about his journey into and through his military career. From his education and experience seeing the end of DADT to what the future holds after a career of service to his country. READ NOW
My first print interview OF 2022 is with Ellen Matzer and Valery Hughes authors of Nurses On The Inside: Stories Of The HIV/AIDS Epidemic In NYC. In this poignant interview, Ellen and Valery share details about what it was like working on the front line during the advent of AIDS and throughout the worst of the pandemic that ensued and continues. READ NOW