Wrapping up one of the last mini-interviews from our Atlanta Pop-Up Studio we hang out with the Nasher Museum’s Director of Education and Public Programs, Jessica Ruhle. We chat about the amazing access initiatives for individuals with vision loss happening down in Durham, her passion for working with individuals with dementia, and I do my best to not let my Anti-Duke bias shine through. I also take a moment of reflection this week to speak on the Covington Catholic situation and once again how privilege can be used for good. All of that and more on this week’s episode of The Access Champions Podcast.
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