Deb Gordon’s guest was Camille Zamora, Co-Founding Director of Sing for Hope, a not for profit that utilizes volunteer artists from multiple genres to uplift, teach and transform the under-resourced in schools, community centers and healthcare facilities.
Deb Gordon spotlighted City Harvest’s Bid Against Hunger with acclaimed New York Chef & City Harvest Board Member Marc Murphy, and Kate Mackenzie the organization’s Director of Policy and Government Relations. Jennifer McLean, Vice President, […]
The issue of mental illness has permeated public discourse recent due to news stories about the role mental disorders have played in violent incidences including the Aurora and Newtown school shootings, the Navy Yard massacre, and the New York resident killed by police near the Capitol.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Peter Wilderotter President & CEO of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, which is based in Short Hills New Jersey and was founded in 1995 after Mr. Reeve was spinal cord injured from a horsing accident.
Deb Gordon spotlighted Dream Extreme — a kiteboarding event and fundraiser for victims of domestic violence — with its Founder Linda Argila and Sister Mary Nerney, Founder of STEPS to End Family Violence, which is the beneficiary of Dream Extreme.
This week on FM Magazine, Deb Gordon spotlighted “Out of the Clear Blue Sky” with the film’s director Danielle Gardner.
The Komen Greater NYC Race for the Cure® is happening on Sunday, September 8th and Deb Gordon’s guest was Linda Tantawi, CEO of The Greater New York City Affiliate of Susan G. Komen®, which was started in 1990 and has grown to become one of the largest funders of breast cancer research.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Shreya Malena-Sannon, Interim Executive Director of Sadie Nash Leadership Project, which was founded in 2001 to promote leadership among young women and to strengthen and empower them to affect change in their lives and in the world.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Jim Dennison, 10 year lung cancer survivor and Event Organizer for the Free to Breathe® Morris County 3.5 Mile Walk which benefits the National Lung Cancer Partnership, a non-profit made up of leading doctors, researchers, patient advocates and lung cancer survivors, that has awarded millions for research to help patients live longer and better lives.
The recent death of Glee actor Cory Monteith by drug overdose, put the spotlight on drug and alcohol abuse and joining Deb Gordon to discuss the issue was Howard Meitiner, President and CEO of Phoenix House, which is one of our nation’s oldest and leading drug and alcohol abuse treatment organizations for teens and adults.