Do What You Love (Did the Money Follow?)
Interviews with people doing what they love and whether or not they made money doing it.
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Sherri Ramseyer is an interpretive park ranger for the National Park Service who has a love of the outdoors. She has worked at seven national parks, which include Buffalo National River, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, George Rogers Clark National Historical Park, Everglades National Park, and Grand Canyon National Park. Our episode concludes with her talk with a couple of park visitors.
Dr. Charles Elliott is a professor of Biological Sciences at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY. His love of wildlife biology is clearly evident, and he has found a rewarding career teaching about it. Our episode concludes with a visit to one of the teaching labs.
Actor/director and Talented Theatre teacher, Bruce Coen, discusses his life-long passion for acting in theatre and film and performs a monologue from Sam Shepard’s “The Tooth of Crime”.
Licensed massage therapist Betty Vining talks about her long time love of therapeutic touch and demonstrates a mini massage.
Award-winning journalist and author Chere' Dastugue Coen talks about her love of writing and reads from her 2017 book "A Ghost of a Chance".
Introduction to Do What You Love podcast series and Cat's story.