Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona has improved a place called home for more than 3,500 Arizona families – including seniors and veterans – through new home builds and repairs. Carey Pena speaks with CEO Jason Barlow about their anniversary year, and plans for the future. Plus their exciting new text to give, tax credit, and license plate campaigns.
How To Solve America’s Deadly Domestic Violence Problem And Why The Solution Might Be Found In Phoenix
Dr. Maria Garay-Serratos is the CEO of Sojourner Center, a domestic violence shelter in Phoenix, Arizona that is breaking new ground both in principal and in practice. Garay-Serratos is trying to change the way people think about and talk about domestic violence.
Addison Brown lived the first 9 years of her life in fear. Although, she didn’t realize it at the time. “I didn’t know it wasn’t normal that a dad drank 24 cans of beer a night. I didn’t know that all kids weren’t spanked with wire hangers. It’s not something you talk about as a child – that’s all you know. It’s just normal.”
Sunny Wright was a busy wife and mother, a highly educated PR pro married to a doctor. But her life was, in her words, a full catastrophe. For 35 years, Wright lived as “society wanted her to live.” She was a high achiever in every aspect. Until it all came crashing down.
“When you go to church everybody appears so fine, but you know underneath in life there is stuff roiling around in there.” Bryce and Sara Cook were good and faithful Mormons who met while attending BYU.
Bryce Cook, by his own admission, used to be homophobic. He was brought up in a conservative LDS family in Mesa, Arizona, and fully embraced traditional church policy. And then he and his wife Sara received an email that changed their life.
Tiffany Lee Gaston is an internationally recognized fitness model, elite athlete, author and philanthropist. She pushed herself outside of her comfort zone to document the painful experiences in her life that led to where she is today.
Excitement is sky high these days for students at Fairfax High School in Laveen, Arizona. They just received a drone with an HD camera on board.
Evo Terra, a well known digital strategist, speaker and podcaster wanted to see what life was like as a world traveler. He and his wife, Sheila Dee, made the decision in late 2014 to sell just about everything — including their house — and hit the road.
Tracey Martin is not big on resolutions. In fact, she is 100% anti-resolution. Martin, a life strategist based in Scottsdale, Arizona, believes life is a journey and we should never stop. Not even when a goal is met or a resolution is checked off our list.