Hear Dr. Deborah at one of these upcoming public events

Movers & Shakers: Interview with Sydney Durand
Joining Jack and Dr. Deborah on Movers & Shakers is Massachusetts Director of Programs at The Phoenix, Sydney Durand! The Phoenix is a free sober gym and active community for any individual who is clean and sober for at least 48 continuous hours. Sydney joined The Phoenix team in 2016 at the Boston Chapter location. As a competitive runner with a background in community development, The Phoenix’s mission touched upon an area close to her heart. When the opportunity arose to help establish the Boston location, Sydney jumped at the chance, and she is now one of many individuals helping over 26,000 former addicts rise, recover, and live.
Air Date: Saturday, November 10th | 11:00am
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Money $ense: The Psychology of Money
Dr. Deborah returns the Money $ense on WGIR AM610 to continue her discussion with Marc Hebert on how money behavior is influenced by psychological factors, as well as the psychology behind transitions in life and work.
Station: WGIR AM610, WQSO 96.7
Air Date: Saturday, November 17th | 9:00am – 11:00am
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Movers & Shakers: Interview with Allan Reetz
Dr. Deborah and Jack are excited to welcome Allan Reetz, Director of Public Relations at Hanover Co-op Food Stores, to Movers & Shakers! The Hanover Co-op is one of the oldest and largest food cooperatives in America serving over 20,000 families in the Upper Valley, earning over $70 million in sales each year, and employing around 400 people. Allan joined member-owned cooperative in 2006 as Director of Public Relations. Since then he has helped promote the many ways Hanover Co-op is contributing to a healthier and stronger community, including access to affordable, local products, job creation, and education through a variety of events. Their efforts have earned them several awards, the most recent of which includes the 2017 Sustainability Slam Awards.
Air Date: Saturday, November 17th | 11:00am
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Movers & Shakers: Interview with Sandy Nurse (Repeat)
Sandy Nurse is a community organizer based in Bushwick, Brooklyn. She is the Executive Director of BK ROT, New York City’s first bike-powered food waste hauling and composting service run by youth and young adults. Sandy founded BK ROT in 2012 in response to a lack of local composting options in her district and high youth unemployment. BK ROT services small local businesses in five neighborhoods in North Brooklyn and works with young people to develop professional skills and biological knowledge for working in the field of organic waste management. Sandy is a collective and Board member of the Mayday Space, a social justice organizing hub based in Bushwick. She is also a direct action trainer and has trained many groups on the power of political action to further their campaigns.
Air Date: Saturday, November 24th | 11:00am
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