I can't tell you how excited I am about rolling out A Passion to Serve website. I have been wanting to simplify the process for people to access current and former episodes of A Passion to Serve so this website has been a long time coming. I am also hoping it will help me interact more effectively with all of you. It's interesting, when I began learning about how to create a podcast, I had no idea what it would entail. In a lot of ways, conducting the actual interviews is the easiest and most straight forward part of the process. Editing has gotten easier but the ability to reach out and regularly connect with all of you is the biggest challenge and holds the greatest opportunity.

A Passion to Serve website has my contact information so you can share with me your thoughts about episodes plus new ideas and suggestions about the podcast. My hope is the website will open up new lines of communication as we continue to shine a light on migrant and seasonal farmworkers and the people who work on their behalf.

Once again, thank you for your support.


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