In this episode, we discuss considerate acts you can do for your fellow humans, the complications of EZ Pass, and a toddler’s poop-emoji-themed birthday party. Then we talk to Kate Swiggett who works for Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service as the Program Coordinator for Preferred Communities about the work she does as well as her passion to bring tough topics to light.
Bio: Kate is in her late 20s and still hasn't figured out how to filter her thoughts. A New England native, she has found another home in Maryland with friends who are basically family, a decent boyfriend who makes her dinner all the time, and the world's greatest dog. She loves aerials, travel, reading, her cameras, tea, Campari, and being under water.
Freedom from Torture, UK
Refugee Youth Project
Asylee Women Enterprise