What I Know: Arthur "Pat" E.
HAO Magazine, Spring 2014
A 99-year-old talks the importance of a good attitude and sense of humor.
The Power of Plants: Inside the Job of a Compounding Herbalist
Earth911.com, September 18, 2013
Herban Arts owner Sunny Sweet talks the power of plants and why she loves her job so much.
The Repair Man
Keynotes, June 2013
Fixing things has always been a way of life for Carl Hedges of Carl's Keys.
Winning the Battle
GEICO Now, Spring/Summer 2013
As reservist Joyce Hopson discovered, injured female soliders can count on the Wounded Warrior Project.
What I Know: Bernyce C.
HAO Magazine, Spring 2013
A 96-year-old female Baptist pastor talks love, progress, and making the most of your time.
What I Know: John R.
HAO Magazine, Fall 2012
A retired pastor and volunteer with Hope Now for Youth who helps gang members find a new way of life talks being yourself, listening, and living with loss.
AA Credit Union Employee Spotlight
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Cynthia Coleman helps member-owners take charge of their finances.
Staying in Tune
Frankly.net, January 2011
A New Zealand musician thrives, despite his hemophilia.
The Race Against Breast Cancer
AA.com/women, December 2010
AA flight attendant Victoria Jackson and her dragon boat racing teammates are fired up in their fight against the disease.
A Source of Support
AA.com/women, November 2010
After being diagnosed with breast cancer eight years ago, AA flight attendant Cheryl Clemens has focused on helping others through the experience.
Tackling Breast Cancer
AA.com/women, October 2010
Dallas Cowboys linebacker Bradie James emerged from tragedy with a mission to help others.
Tierza Davis '92: Her Work Is Play
USC Trojan Family Magazine, Autumn 2010
While on vacation in a beautiful locale, most people think, at least once, "What if I stayed here forever?" Most people, of course, never do it. Then again, most people aren't Tierza Davis.
The Right Attitude Is Everything
AA.com/women, August 2010
AA flight attendant Debbie Kaskela let nothing derail her mission to beat breast cancer.
Ready to Rumble
AA.com/women, July 2010
Recently diagnosed with breast cancer, AA editor Amy Robinson is using positivity, sheer will, and a little help from her friends to beat the disease.
AA.com/women, April 2010
After losing four family members to breast cancer, 25-year-old Shannon Harris takes matters into her own hands with a preventive mastectomy.
A Mother's Memory
AA.com/women, March 2010
Seventeen years after losing her mom to breast cancer, Pat Smith keeps her legacy alive.
Never Too Young
AA.com/women, February 2010
Breast cancer survivor Crystal King was struck by the disease when she least expected it.
AA.com/women, January 2010
A seemingly insignificant accident helped Dena Parker-Ellis.
Alabama Alumni Magazine, Winter 2009
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