The Life of a Forest Ranger with Scot Greevy

Scot Greevy is a Forest Ranger with Tuscarora State Forest, which is located twenty minutes west of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Today on the show, Scot shares experiences from his job that aren’t necessarily on the job description, like helping people and animals in crises, searching the forest at night for a missing person, separating a bearContinue reading “The Life of a Forest Ranger with Scot Greevy”

Svitlana Zavialova: Wu Woman & Kung Fu Visionary is a guest on The Carleena Show Podcast

My guest today is Kung Fu Visionary, Svitlana Zavialova. Born in Post Soviet Crimea, Svitlana moved to China in her early twenties to pursue Chinese traditional martial arts. She later transcended her performance style into a new form of movement storytelling. Svitlana is the founder of the Wu Woman Martial Movement style (the fusion ofContinue reading “Svitlana Zavialova: Wu Woman & Kung Fu Visionary is a guest on The Carleena Show Podcast”

Podcast 35: Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) Legacy Mentor with Corbin Cabrera

When Corbin Cabrera was 13 years old, his father–Army Lt. Col. David E. Cabrera–was killed by a Taliban suicide bomber in Afghanistan in 2011. Two years later, Corbin discovered a program that connected other children who lost a parent in combat or the war at home. The Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) Good GriefContinue reading “Podcast 35: Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) Legacy Mentor with Corbin Cabrera”

Podcast 34: Remi Adeleke: TRANSFORMED

Remi Adeleke is the author of TRANSFORMED: A Navy SEAL’s Unlikely Journey from the Throne of Africa, to the Streets of the Bronx, to Defying All Odds. Today on the show, Remi shares who he wrote the book for and why he decided to write the book himself and not use a ghostwriter. We talkContinue reading “Podcast 34: Remi Adeleke: TRANSFORMED”

From Peace Corps to Podcasting

(This article was previously published in Peace Corps Panama Friends Newsletter.) I joined Peace Corps nearly eighteen years ago to find a sense of community and purpose. Life is cyclical that way, and last year, my motivations for launching a podcast were the same. Let me back up. I suppose I was a non-traditional PeaceContinue reading “From Peace Corps to Podcasting”

Podcast 32: From Communist Hungary to Practical Spirituality in Canada with Jaya Friesen

Jaya was six years old when she sat on her father’s shoulders and watched Soviet tanks invade her city. After World War Two, Hungary became a satellite state of the Soviet Union and a Communist government was established. Soon after the 1956 uprising, Jaya’s father put on a packsack and walked away from the family,Continue reading “Podcast 32: From Communist Hungary to Practical Spirituality in Canada with Jaya Friesen”

Podcast 31: At Ease, Soldier: A Vietnam Veteran uses Death with Dignity: Juanita Ramsey-Jevne

When Juanita Ramsey met her future husband in 1986, the Vietnam War was to her long over. She soon learned that to marry a soldier was to marry his war. Bill Jevne served as a Marine Corps platoon commander in Vietnam. The memories were burned in his mind. The poison of Agent Orange had colonizedContinue reading “Podcast 31: At Ease, Soldier: A Vietnam Veteran uses Death with Dignity: Juanita Ramsey-Jevne”