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Raegan Payne is Back!

December 27, 20130 Comments

Storyteller Raegan Payne returns to The Trailer to update us on her creative life: writing copy for companies, children’s novels, plays and writing up her volunteer efforts on thegoodmuse.com. ¬†She is one of our contemporary heroines, volunteering for 100 causes and blogging about it to show others how easy it is to help others. Raegan takes the arts to another level with goals that are admirable. We have no doubt that she will attain them.She’s a multi-talented and redheaded powerhouse who we absolutely adore and we can’t wait to see what she does next!

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Oh, She’s Sooo Great!

December 6, 20130 Comments

Raegan Payne is an actress, writer and philanthropist living in Los Angeles. When she’s not writing plays, she’s volunteering and blogging about her experience. She is the quintessential multi-hyphenate making her way in the world. We spoke to her on Valentines Day 2013 and picked her for our College Finals Week rebroadcast. She’s going to join us again in 2014, so here’s your primer for the next interview. Enjoy!

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Cesar Cruz Continued

November 8, 20130 Comments

Cesar Cruz is an educator from Oakland who has been teaching for nearly 20 years. He was chosen to attend Harvard University in a unique program to earn his doctorate. He talks about his experience, education and what it’s like to live life through the lens of history.

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Educator Cesar Cruz

November 1, 20130 Comments

Cesar Cruz is the first Mexican immigrant male to attend Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education in the Doctoral Program for Educational Leadership. In addition to being a teacher for 19 years, this husband, father, and activist co-founded Oakland, CA’s Homies Empowerment Program to stop gang violence. Cesar’s dream is to utilize his time at Harvard University to find funding and support to one day launch an after-school center for Oakland youth in areas of high gang violence.

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Puente Mexico

September 13, 20130 Comments

Kate Seely and Katherine Lorenz co-founded Puente to help combat poverty and hunger in Oaxaca, Mexico. Ten years into their partnership, they have seen beautiful success and have gained a staff of ten and a partnership with the Ford Foundation. Listen and learn about their keys to success.

 

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