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The Rewards of Volunteering
31 minutes | Jun 14, 2021
Paula interviews Krystal Zellmer of Klemmer
Krystal Zellmer is the marketing director, vice-president and co-owner of Klemmer and Associates. She is dedicated to fulfilling Klemmer's message of self improvement and growth. Klemmer has been giving Project Mercy volunteer support and backing for our house building program since 2003. Krystal is also an author, her latest book is called, Life by Intention. In our interview she explains the path on which she leads the reader to personal revelation. We are indeed privileged to talk with her in this, the last podcast, of our seven episode series.
43 minutes | Jun 7, 2021
Paula Claussen w/ Jay Riordan, Kim Muslusky & Carmen Sandoval
Paula Claussen talks with Jay Riordan (Rancho Bernardo Sunrise Rotary), Kim Muslusky (Rancho Bernardo Sunrise Rotary) & Carmen Sandoval (Chula Vista Rotary) about the rewards of volunteering.
25 minutes | May 31, 2021
Paula interviews long time volunteer & PM board member Dave Mason
Dave Mason talks about his experiences as a volunteer, being Chairman of the Board and his visions for expanding house building in Mexico.
45 minutes | May 24, 2021
Paula has a conversation with Devin Beale, Matt Brady & Jinah Kim
In this weeks episode we meet key members of the annual Baja Challenge, a house building event held jointly with Project Mercy in the poorest of neighborhoods in Tijuana, Mexico. Devin Beale has been an active member of the San Diego chapter of the Commercial Real Estate Development Association for the past 16 years. For much of that time he has led the Baja Challenge Organization that is dedicated to constructing homes for destitute families in Mexico. Devin has been an active member since 2001, helping construct over 300 homes for families in need. Devin is also a board member of Project Mercy Baja. You will also meet fellow volunteer Matt Brady, Executive Vice-President of Ware Malcomb Architects and Jinah Kim, Principal & Executive Producer for WordWide Productions LLC. Jinah is also a news reporter for NBC and has covered several Baja Challenge events. Jinah is a past board member of Project Mercy.
32 minutes | May 17, 2021
Paula Claussen w/ guest Brett Shwimmer International Relief Teams
Paula Claussen w/ guest Brett Shwimmer International Relief Teams. International Relief Teams (IRT) IRT helps families survive and recover after a disaster by providing timely and effective assistance. IRT also provides a hopeful future for underserved communities through programs that improve their health and wellbeing. During disasters, IRT deploys medical and reconstruction teams, provides supplies, and finances the restoration of infrastructure. IRT builds healthy communities through medical training programs; medical missions to low-income countries, including surgical and eyeglass teams; shipments of medicines to rural hospitals and clinics; and health, nutrition and education support for vulnerable populations. Since 1988, IRT has deployed more than 7,500 volunteers and provided $540 million in food, medicines, relief supplies, and volunteer services to families in need in 70 countries worldwide.
35 minutes | May 10, 2021
The Rewards of Volunteering: Paula Claussen interviews Rick Hall
Paula Claussen interviews long time volunteer and Team Leader Rick Hall. Rick has many interesting and fun stories to tell about the 21 years he has worked with Project Mercy.
31 minutes | May 3, 2021
The Rewards of Volunteering: Jinah Kim interviews Paula Claussen
Project Mercy is proud to begin our six part podcast “The Rewards of Volunteering”, with an interview between Host Paula Claussen and a long time friend Jinah Kim Jinah Kim is the founder and executive producer of WorldWise Productions (www.WWPVideo.com), a full-service commercial and corporate video production company specializing in education, training and marketing videos. She is also a part-time correspondent for NBC News in Los Angeles, reporting primarily for NBC News Channel and MSNBC. Jinah has a profound understanding of the needs of the population served by Project Mercy and the positive effects of volunteering.
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