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  • Nov 24 7:00 pm
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    A’Dorian Murray-Thomas; Zamir Hassan; Brenda Antinore
    As part of our special series, “25 for 25,” celebrating 25 years of the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making A Difference Awards, Steve Adubato sits down with A'Dorian Murray-Thomas, Founder & CEO, SHE Wins, to discuss how the concept of creating safe spaces empowers us to have meaningful conversations about systemic racism and the importance of being a Russell Berrie Foundation Award winner. As part of our special series, “25 for 25,” celebrating 25 years of the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making A Difference Awards, Steve Adubato speaks with Zamir Hassan, Founder of Muslims Against Hunger and Hunger Van, about his mission to feed those in need in the United States and around the globe. Zamir also talks about the impact of being a Russell Berrie Foundation Award honoree. As part of our special series, “25 for 25,” celebrating 25 years of the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making A Difference Awards, Steve Adubato sits down with Brenda Antinore, Director of the Camden-based organization, She Has A Name, which is dedicated to women finding a life beyond prostitution and drug addiction. Steve and Brenda talk about her personal battle with addiction, the impact of COVID-19 on the organization and the importance of being a Russell Berrie Foundation Award winner
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  • Nov 25 7:00 pm
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    Tim Naftali; John Catsimatidis; Bob Feinberg
    Steve Adubato speaks with Timothy Naftali, PhD, Presidential Historian, NYU & Former Director, Richard Nixon Presidential Library &Museum, about President Trump’s tenure and leadership throughout his presidency and the pandemic, as well as the possible transition of power. Steve Adubato talks to John Catsimatidis Chairman & CEO, Red Apple Group, about his thoughts on President Trump’s leadership, the 2020 election and the political discourse taking place across the nation. Steve Adubato is joined by Bob Feinberg, Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of WNET, and CEO & Founder of the Montclair Film Festival, to discuss the changes that needed to be made for the 9th annual Montclair Film Festival, the challenges of fundraising during COVID-19, and the innovative happenings around film throughout the pandemic.
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  • Nov 27 7:00 pm
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    Tom Bergeron; Dr. Joel Bloom; First Lady Tammy Murphy
    Steve Adubato speaks with Tom Bergeron, Owner & Editor, ROI-NJ, about the challenges businesses are facing due to COVID-19, the 2020 election and Gov. Murphy’s leadership throughout the pandemic. Steve Adubato sits down with Joel S. Bloom, Ed.D., President, NJIT, to discuss the steps NJIT has taken to keep their students safe on campus, the impact of COVID-19 on higher education and STEM education, and the importance of technology and innovation during these challenging times. Steve Adubato is joined by First Lady of New Jersey, Tammy Murphy, to discuss the Nurture NJ initiative to improve maternal & infant health outcomes, the importance of quality child care for ages 0-3, and the connection between COVID-19 and systemic racism.
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  • Nov 27 11:30 pm
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    Tom Bergeron; Dr. Joel Bloom; First Lady Tammy Murphy
    Steve Adubato speaks with Tom Bergeron, Owner & Editor, ROI-NJ, about the challenges businesses are facing due to COVID-19, the 2020 election and Gov. Murphy’s leadership throughout the pandemic. Steve Adubato sits down with Joel S. Bloom, Ed.D., President, NJIT, to discuss the steps NJIT has taken to keep their students safe on campus, the impact of COVID-19 on higher education and STEM education, and the importance of technology and innovation during these challenging times. Steve Adubato is joined by First Lady of New Jersey, Tammy Murphy, to discuss the Nurture NJ initiative to improve maternal & infant health outcomes, the importance of quality child care for ages 0-3, and the connection between COVID-19 and systemic racism.
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  • Nov 28 7:00 am
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    One-on-One Presents: James Murray; Deborah Norville
    As part of our One-on-One Presents special, Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with James Murray to talk about his role in the hidden-camera practical joke reality series, Impractical Jokers, and the worst “punishment” he ever received on the show. As part of our One-on-One Presents special, Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with Deborah Norville to talk about her career as host of "Inside Edition" and the changes she has seen throughout her television career.
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  • Nov 29 11:00 am
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    One-on-One Presents: James Murray; Deborah Norville
    As part of our One-on-One Presents special, Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with James Murray to talk about his role in the hidden-camera practical joke reality series, Impractical Jokers, and the worst “punishment” he ever received on the show. As part of our One-on-One Presents special, Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with Deborah Norville to talk about her career as host of "Inside Edition" and the changes she has seen throughout her television career.
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  • Nov 30 7:00 pm
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    Remembering Steve Adubato Sr
    In this special program, Steve Adubato sits down with his father, Steve Adubato Sr., to discuss the creation of The North Ward Center and the Robert Treat Academy, and the importance of diversity in politics and African American leadership in the city of Newark.
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  • Nov 30 11:30 pm
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    Remembering Steve Adubato Sr
    In this special program, Steve Adubato sits down with his father, Steve Adubato Sr., to discuss the creation of The North Ward Center and the Robert Treat Academy, and the importance of diversity in politics and African American leadership in the city of Newark.
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  • Dec 1 7:00 pm
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    Gary Vaynerchuk
    Steve Adubato sits down with Author & Entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of VaynerMedia, and Chairman of VaynerX, to talk about the impact of COVID-19 on entrepreneurship & innovation and the new normal of remote communications.
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  • Dec 2 7:00 pm
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    Remembering Steve Adubato Sr
    In this special program, Steve Adubato sits down with his father, Steve Adubato Sr., to discuss the creation of The North Ward Center and the Robert Treat Academy, and the importance of diversity in politics and African American leadership in the city of Newark.
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  • Dec 3 7:00 pm
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    One-on-One Presents: Welker White; Jonathan Karp; Rosemarie Truglio
    As part of our One-on-One Presents special, Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with actor, educator and coach, Welker White, discussing her amazing performance as Jo Hoffa in "The Irishman," and working with Martin Scorsese. As part of our One-on-One Presents special, Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with Jonathan Karp, President and Publisher, Simon and Schuster Adult Publishing, who talks about the future of the publishing business and working with notable authors such as President Trump and Howard Stern. As part of our One-on-One Presents special, Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with Rosemarie Truglio, PhD, Senior Vice President of Curriculum and Content at Sesame Workshop as well as the author of "Ready for School!" to discuss the historic Season 50 of Sesame Street as well as ways to help parents and children prepare for school.
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  • Dec 4 7:00 pm
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    Michele Siekerka; Jessica Gonzales; Michellene Davis
    Steve Adubato is joined by Michele Siekerka Esq., President & CEO, New Jersey Business & Industry Association, to discuss the virtual 2020 Women Business Leaders Forum, the differences between male and female leaders and the importance of affordable, quality child care for working mothers. Steve Adubato speaks to Jessica Gonzalez, Founder & CEO, InCharged, Lux Disinfect, and Vend X, about the key traits to being a successful leader and innovator during COVID-19, and the importance of female leaders in business. Steve Adubato is joined by Michellene Davis, Esq., Executive Vice President & Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, RWJBarnabas Health, to discuss how COVID-19 has changed women’s leadership in the workplace, especially for women of color, and the ways COVID-19 disproportionately impacts people of color.
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  • Dec 4 11:30 pm
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    Michele Siekerka; Jessica Gonzales; Michellene Davis
    Steve Adubato is joined by Michele Siekerka Esq., President & CEO, New Jersey Business & Industry Association, to discuss the virtual 2020 Women Business Leaders Forum, the differences between male and female leaders and the importance of affordable, quality child care for working mothers. Steve Adubato speaks to Jessica Gonzalez, Founder & CEO, InCharged, Lux Disinfect, and Vend X, about the key traits to being a successful leader and innovator during COVID-19, and the importance of female leaders in business. Steve Adubato is joined by Michellene Davis, Esq., Executive Vice President & Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, RWJBarnabas Health, to discuss how COVID-19 has changed women’s leadership in the workplace, especially for women of color, and the ways COVID-19 disproportionately impacts people of color.
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  • Dec 5 7:00 am
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    One-on-One Presents: James Murray; Deborah Norville
    As part of our One-on-One Presents special, Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with James Murray to talk about his role in the hidden-camera practical joke reality series, Impractical Jokers, and the worst “punishment” he ever received on the show. As part of our One-on-One Presents special, Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with Deborah Norville to talk about her career as host of "Inside Edition" and the changes she has seen throughout her television career.
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  • Dec 6 11:00 am
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    One-on-One Presents: James Murray; Deborah Norville
    As part of our One-on-One Presents special, Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with James Murray to talk about his role in the hidden-camera practical joke reality series, Impractical Jokers, and the worst “punishment” he ever received on the show. As part of our One-on-One Presents special, Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with Deborah Norville to talk about her career as host of "Inside Edition" and the changes she has seen throughout her television career.
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  • Dec 7 7:00 pm
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    Tim Naftali; John Catsimatidis; Bob Feinberg
    Steve Adubato speaks with Timothy Naftali, PhD, Presidential Historian, NYU & Former Director, Richard Nixon Presidential Library &Museum, about President Trump’s tenure and leadership throughout his presidency and the pandemic, as well as the possible transition of power. Steve Adubato talks to John Catsimatidis Chairman & CEO, Red Apple Group, about his thoughts on President Trump’s leadership, the 2020 election and the political discourse taking place across the nation. Steve Adubato is joined by Bob Feinberg, Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of WNET, and CEO & Founder of the Montclair Film Festival, to discuss the changes that needed to be made for the 9th annual Montclair Film Festival, the challenges of fundraising during COVID-19, and the innovative happenings around film throughout the pandemic.
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  • Dec 7 11:30 pm
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    One on One with Steve Adubato
    Tim Naftali; John Catsimatidis; Bob Feinberg
    Steve Adubato speaks with Timothy Naftali, PhD, Presidential Historian, NYU & Former Director, Richard Nixon Presidential Library &Museum, about President Trump’s tenure and leadership throughout his presidency and the pandemic, as well as the possible transition of power. Steve Adubato talks to John Catsimatidis Chairman & CEO, Red Apple Group, about his thoughts on President Trump’s leadership, the 2020 election and the political discourse taking place across the nation. Steve Adubato is joined by Bob Feinberg, Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of WNET, and CEO & Founder of the Montclair Film Festival, to discuss the changes that needed to be made for the 9th annual Montclair Film Festival, the challenges of fundraising during COVID-19, and the innovative happenings around film throughout the pandemic.
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  • Dec 8 7:00 pm
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    Gone But Not Forgotten: Dr. Clem Price
    As part of our “Gone but Not Forgotten” series featuring people who have made an impact on New Jersey’s history, Steve Adubato and his colleague Joanna Gagis, look at the extraordinary career of the late distinguished Rutgers University professor & historian, Dr. Clem Price.
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  • Dec 9 7:00 pm
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    Eric Legrand
    Steve Adubato sits down with Eric LeGrand, Motivational Speaker, Sports Analyst, Philanthropist & Entrepreneur to discuss Eric's 10-year anniversary since his injury, his latest projects including a handicapped accessible coffee shop in NJ, and Eric's keys to leadership.
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  • Dec 10 7:00 pm
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    Briana Vannozzi; Heather Andersen; Jon Hanson
    Steve Adubato speaks with Briana Vannozzi, Anchor, NJ Spotlight News, about how NJTV News and NJ Spotlight united and rebranded as NJ Spotlight News, Briana’s journey to the anchor chair and how the media has changed during her career, and the role of PBS and NJTV to provide accurate news. Steve Adubato is joined by Heather Andersen, President & CEO, Special Olympics New Jersey, to talk about the impact of COVID-19 on the Special Olympics New Jersey, the unique challenges the Special Olympics athletes are facing and the importance of connecting with families virtually. Steve Adubato talks to Jon F. Hanson, Chairman, New Jersey Hall of Fame, about the virtual NJHOF ceremony and why it is so important to the people of New Jersey
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  • Dec 11 7:00 pm
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    Tom Bergeron; Dr. Joel Bloom; First Lady Tammy Murphy
    Steve Adubato speaks with Tom Bergeron, Owner & Editor, ROI-NJ, about the challenges businesses are facing due to COVID-19, the 2020 election and Gov. Murphy’s leadership throughout the pandemic. Steve Adubato sits down with Joel S. Bloom, Ed.D., President, NJIT, to discuss the steps NJIT has taken to keep their students safe on campus, the impact of COVID-19 on higher education and STEM education, and the importance of technology and innovation during these challenging times. Steve Adubato is joined by First Lady of New Jersey, Tammy Murphy, to discuss the Nurture NJ initiative to improve maternal & infant health outcomes, the importance of quality child care for ages 0-3, and the connection between COVID-19 and systemic racism.
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  • Dec 11 11:30 pm
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    Tom Bergeron; Dr. Joel Bloom; First Lady Tammy Murphy
    Steve Adubato speaks with Tom Bergeron, Owner & Editor, ROI-NJ, about the challenges businesses are facing due to COVID-19, the 2020 election and Gov. Murphy’s leadership throughout the pandemic. Steve Adubato sits down with Joel S. Bloom, Ed.D., President, NJIT, to discuss the steps NJIT has taken to keep their students safe on campus, the impact of COVID-19 on higher education and STEM education, and the importance of technology and innovation during these challenging times. Steve Adubato is joined by First Lady of New Jersey, Tammy Murphy, to discuss the Nurture NJ initiative to improve maternal & infant health outcomes, the importance of quality child care for ages 0-3, and the connection between COVID-19 and systemic racism.
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  • Dec 12 7:00 am
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    Remembering Steve Adubato Sr
    In this special program, Steve Adubato sits down with his father, Steve Adubato Sr., to discuss the creation of The North Ward Center and the Robert Treat Academy, and the importance of diversity in politics and African American leadership in the city of Newark.
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  • Dec 13 11:00 am
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    One on One with Steve Adubato
    Remembering Steve Adubato Sr
    In this special program, Steve Adubato sits down with his father, Steve Adubato Sr., to discuss the creation of The North Ward Center and the Robert Treat Academy, and the importance of diversity in politics and African American leadership in the city of Newark.
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  • Dec 14 7:00 pm
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    Teri Wurmser; Jack Fanous; Ken Seiter & Anna Yudina
    Steve Adubato sits down with Teri Wurmser, RN, Ph.D., Dean, Georgian Court University - Hackensack Meridian Health School of Nursing & Director, Ann May Center for Nursing, Hackensack Meridian Health, to discuss the impact of the pandemic on nursing, the need to ensure healthcare workers stay safe throughout the crisis and GCU’s new Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato is joined by Jack Fanous, CEO, GI Go Fund, to discuss the mission of the GI Go Fund, how COVID-19 has changed the way the organization functions and the Navy SEALs event to honor military veterans, their families, and all of those who died during 9/11 and the wars that followed. Jack also shares the importance of being a 2013 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award winner and how Russ Berrie made an impact on the organization. Steve Adubato is joined by Ken Seiter, Executive Vice President of Marketing Communications, The Toy Association, and Anna Yudina, Senior Director, Marketing Initiatives, The Toy Association, to discuss the mission of the toy association, the need for balance of virtual play and physical play and its critical role in healthy childhood development.
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  • Dec 14 11:30 pm
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    Teri Wurmser; Jack Fanous; Ken Seiter & Anna Yudina
    Steve Adubato sits down with Teri Wurmser, RN, Ph.D., Dean, Georgian Court University - Hackensack Meridian Health School of Nursing & Director, Ann May Center for Nursing, Hackensack Meridian Health, to discuss the impact of the pandemic on nursing, the need to ensure healthcare workers stay safe throughout the crisis and GCU’s new Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato is joined by Jack Fanous, CEO, GI Go Fund, to discuss the mission of the GI Go Fund, how COVID-19 has changed the way the organization functions and the Navy SEALs event to honor military veterans, their families, and all of those who died during 9/11 and the wars that followed. Jack also shares the importance of being a 2013 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award winner and how Russ Berrie made an impact on the organization. Steve Adubato is joined by Ken Seiter, Executive Vice President of Marketing Communications, The Toy Association, and Anna Yudina, Senior Director, Marketing Initiatives, The Toy Association, to discuss the mission of the toy association, the need for balance of virtual play and physical play and its critical role in healthy childhood development.
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  • Dec 15 7:00 pm
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    Pino Rodriguez; Capt. Bill Sheehan; Melina Garcia
    Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato and Melina Garcia, Executive Director and Founder of UCMP, talk about the joy and stability children experience from coming together virtually to play orchestral music in these isolating As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato sits down with Pino Rodriguez, Founder and Director of The Block Supporter Initiative in Camden, to examine the ways he and his neighbors have transformed their formerly tough and violent neighborhood into a beautiful and safe place. Pino also shares the impact of being a Russell Berrie Foundation Making A Difference Award winner. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato and Captain Bill Sheehan, Hackensack Riverkeeper, discuss the ways the organization is protecting, preserving and restoring fish and wildlife habitats in the Hackensack watershed. Captain Bill also shares the long-lasting impact of being a 2006 winner of the Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell times, as well as the importance of being a 2019 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award honoree.
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  • Dec 16 7:00 pm
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    Gary Vaynerchuk
    Steve Adubato sits down with Author & Entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of VaynerMedia, and Chairman of VaynerX, to talk about the impact of COVID-19 on entrepreneurship & innovation and the new normal of remote communications.
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  • Dec 17 7:00 pm
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    Karen Monroy; Jack Fanous; Bridget Cutler
    As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato speaks with Karen Monroy, PhD, Founder & CEO, Ability2Work and Grateful Bites, about the ways that differently abled individuals have met the challenges posed by COVID-19, as well as the impact of being a 2019 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award honoree. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato is joined by Jack Fanous, CEO, GI Go Fund, to discuss the mission of the GI Go Fund, how COVID-19 has changed the way the organization functions and the Navy SEALs event to honor military veterans, their families, and those who died during 9/11 and the wars that followed. Jack also shares the importance of being a 2013 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award winner and how Russ Berrie made an impact on the organization. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato talks with Bridget Cutler, Founder & Executive Director of Moms Helping Moms, who is working to supply diapers to those in need and fight childhood poverty in New Jersey.
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  • Dec 18 7:00 pm
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    Fraidy Reiss; Kurt & Tricia Baker; Jen Brady
    As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato sits down with Fraidy Reiss, Executive Director and Founder, Unchained At Last, which is dedicated to ending forced, arranged and child marriage in the United States. Fraidy also talks about the importance of being a 2019 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award winner. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato sits down with Tricia and Kurt Baker, Co-Founders of Attitudes in Reverse, who are striving to end the stigma of mental illness in youth. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato talks with Jennifer Brady, Executive Director of OASIS - A Haven For Youth, about how her organization is helping impoverished families in Paterson achieve economic independence.
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  • Dec 18 11:30 pm
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    Fraidy Reiss; Kurt & Tricia Baker; Jen Brady
    As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato sits down with Fraidy Reiss, Executive Director and Founder, Unchained At Last, which is dedicated to ending forced, arranged and child marriage in the United States. Fraidy also talks about the importance of being a 2019 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award winner. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato sits down with Tricia and Kurt Baker, Co-Founders of Attitudes in Reverse, who are striving to end the stigma of mental illness in youth. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato talks with Jennifer Brady, Executive Director of OASIS - A Haven For Youth, about how her organization is helping impoverished families in Paterson achieve economic independence.
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  • Dec 19 7:00 am
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    Eric Legrand
    Steve Adubato sits down with Eric LeGrand, Motivational Speaker, Sports Analyst, Philanthropist & Entrepreneur to discuss Eric's 10-year anniversary since his injury, his latest projects including a handicapped accessible coffee shop in NJ, and Eric's keys to leadership.
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  • Dec 20 11:00 am
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    Eric Legrand
    Steve Adubato sits down with Eric LeGrand, Motivational Speaker, Sports Analyst, Philanthropist & Entrepreneur to discuss Eric's 10-year anniversary since his injury, his latest projects including a handicapped accessible coffee shop in NJ, and Eric's keys to leadership.
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  • Dec 21 7:00 pm
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    Carlos Rodriguez; Mike Geiger & Dr. Daniel Varga; Mario Cantone
    Steve Adubato speaks with Carlos Rodriguez, President & CEO, Community FoodBank of New Jersey, about the impact of COVID-19 on food insecurity and the hunger population, the increased need for volunteers at food banks and the importance of fundraising during the pandemic. Steve Adubato is joined by Michael Geiger, Vice President, Care Transformation Services, Hackensack Meridian Health, and Daniel Varga, MD, Chief Physician Executive, Hackensack Meridian Health, to discuss the Reopening America initiative to help business owners and schools navigate the COVID-19 crisis, as well as the biggest concerns and challenges facing companies and schools. Steve Adubato speaks with Actor & Comedian, Mario Cantone, about the ways he adapted to staying safe at home during the public health crisis, the 2020 election and his thoughts on President Trump’s leadership throughout his presidency.
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  • Dec 21 11:30 pm
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    Carlos Rodriguez; Mike Geiger & Dr. Daniel Varga; Mario Cantone
    Steve Adubato speaks with Carlos Rodriguez, President & CEO, Community FoodBank of New Jersey, about the impact of COVID-19 on food insecurity and the hunger population, the increased need for volunteers at food banks and the importance of fundraising during the pandemic. Steve Adubato is joined by Michael Geiger, Vice President, Care Transformation Services, Hackensack Meridian Health, and Daniel Varga, MD, Chief Physician Executive, Hackensack Meridian Health, to discuss the Reopening America initiative to help business owners and schools navigate the COVID-19 crisis, as well as the biggest concerns and challenges facing companies and schools. Steve Adubato speaks with Actor & Comedian, Mario Cantone, about the ways he adapted to staying safe at home during the public health crisis, the 2020 election and his thoughts on President Trump’s leadership throughout his presidency.
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  • Dec 22 7:00 pm
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    Briana Vannozzi; Heather Andersen; Jon Hanson
    Steve Adubato speaks with Briana Vannozzi, Anchor, NJ Spotlight News, about how NJTV News and NJ Spotlight united and rebranded as NJ Spotlight News, Briana’s journey to the anchor chair and how the media has changed during her career, and the role of PBS and NJTV to provide accurate news. Steve Adubato is joined by Heather Andersen, President & CEO, Special Olympics New Jersey, to talk about the impact of COVID-19 on the Special Olympics New Jersey, the unique challenges the Special Olympics athletes are facing and the importance of connecting with families virtually. Steve Adubato talks to Jon F. Hanson, Chairman, New Jersey Hall of Fame, about the virtual NJHOF ceremony and why it is so important to the people of New Jersey
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  • Dec 23 7:00 pm
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    Brian Stelter; Angel Santiago; Dr. Laura Greenwald
    Steve Adubato is joined by Brian Stelter, Anchor, Reliable Sources, CNN Chief Media Correspondent, and Author of Hoax: Donald Trump, Fox News and the Dangerous Distortion of Truth, to discuss the role of the media & social media in the post-Trump era, the relationship between Trump and the media and how the news shares information about the public health crisis. Steve Adubato sits down with Angel Santiago, 2020-21 NJ State Teacher of the Year & Fifth Grade Teacher, Loring Flemming Elementary School, to discuss the impact of being named the teacher of the year, his ability to adapt during the pandemic & connect with students virtually and the importance of diversity in education. Steve Adubato speaks with Laura Greenwald, D.M.A., Music Department Chair & Director, Vocal Activities and the Choral & Opera Workshop, Caldwell University, about the challenges teaching music on the college level during a pandemic, the connection between music and mental health and the importance of innovative teaching methods and performances during the crisis.
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THIRTEEN
  • Nov 25 12:30 am
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    A’Dorian Murray-Thomas; Zamir Hassan; Brenda Antinore
    As part of our special series, “25 for 25,” celebrating 25 years of the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making A Difference Awards, Steve Adubato sits down with A'Dorian Murray-Thomas, Founder & CEO, SHE Wins, to discuss how the concept of creating safe spaces empowers us to have meaningful conversations about systemic racism and the importance of being a Russell Berrie Foundation Award winner. As part of our special series, “25 for 25,” celebrating 25 years of the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making A Difference Awards, Steve Adubato speaks with Zamir Hassan, Founder of Muslims Against Hunger and Hunger Van, about his mission to feed those in need in the United States and around the globe. Zamir also talks about the impact of being a Russell Berrie Foundation Award honoree. As part of our special series, “25 for 25,” celebrating 25 years of the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making A Difference Awards, Steve Adubato sits down with Brenda Antinore, Director of the Camden-based organization, She Has A Name, which is dedicated to women finding a life beyond prostitution and drug addiction. Steve and Brenda talk about her personal battle with addiction, the impact of COVID-19 on the organization and the importance of being a Russell Berrie Foundation Award winner
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  • Nov 26 12:30 am
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    Tim Naftali; John Catsimatidis; Bob Feinberg
    Steve Adubato speaks with Timothy Naftali, PhD, Presidential Historian, NYU & Former Director, Richard Nixon Presidential Library &Museum, about President Trump’s tenure and leadership throughout his presidency and the pandemic, as well as the possible transition of power. Steve Adubato talks to John Catsimatidis Chairman & CEO, Red Apple Group, about his thoughts on President Trump’s leadership, the 2020 election and the political discourse taking place across the nation. Steve Adubato is joined by Bob Feinberg, Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of WNET, and CEO & Founder of the Montclair Film Festival, to discuss the changes that needed to be made for the 9th annual Montclair Film Festival, the challenges of fundraising during COVID-19, and the innovative happenings around film throughout the pandemic.
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  • Nov 27 12:30 am
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    Carlos Rodriguez; Mike Geiger & Dr. Daniel Varga; Mario Cantone
    Steve Adubato speaks with Carlos Rodriguez, President & CEO, Community FoodBank of New Jersey, about the impact of COVID-19 on food insecurity and the hunger population, the increased need for volunteers at food banks and the importance of fundraising during the pandemic. Steve Adubato is joined by Michael Geiger, Vice President, Care Transformation Services, Hackensack Meridian Health, and Daniel Varga, MD, Chief Physician Executive, Hackensack Meridian Health, to discuss the Reopening America initiative to help business owners and schools navigate the COVID-19 crisis, as well as the biggest concerns and challenges facing companies and schools. Steve Adubato speaks with Actor & Comedian, Mario Cantone, about the ways he adapted to staying safe at home during the public health crisis, the 2020 election and his thoughts on President Trump’s leadership throughout his presidency.
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  • Nov 28 12:30 am
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    Tom Bergeron; Dr. Joel Bloom; First Lady Tammy Murphy
    Steve Adubato speaks with Tom Bergeron, Owner & Editor, ROI-NJ, about the challenges businesses are facing due to COVID-19, the 2020 election and Gov. Murphy’s leadership throughout the pandemic. Steve Adubato sits down with Joel S. Bloom, Ed.D., President, NJIT, to discuss the steps NJIT has taken to keep their students safe on campus, the impact of COVID-19 on higher education and STEM education, and the importance of technology and innovation during these challenging times. Steve Adubato is joined by First Lady of New Jersey, Tammy Murphy, to discuss the Nurture NJ initiative to improve maternal & infant health outcomes, the importance of quality child care for ages 0-3, and the connection between COVID-19 and systemic racism.
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  • Dec 1 12:30 am
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    Remembering Steve Adubato Sr
    In this special program, Steve Adubato sits down with his father, Steve Adubato Sr., to discuss the creation of The North Ward Center and the Robert Treat Academy, and the importance of diversity in politics and African American leadership in the city of Newark.
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  • Dec 2 12:30 am
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    Gary Vaynerchuk
    Steve Adubato sits down with Author & Entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of VaynerMedia, and Chairman of VaynerX, to talk about the impact of COVID-19 on entrepreneurship & innovation and the new normal of remote communications.
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  • Dec 3 12:30 am
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    Remembering Steve Adubato Sr
    In this special program, Steve Adubato sits down with his father, Steve Adubato Sr., to discuss the creation of The North Ward Center and the Robert Treat Academy, and the importance of diversity in politics and African American leadership in the city of Newark.
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  • Dec 4 12:30 am
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    One-on-One Presents: Welker White; Jonathan Karp; Rosemarie Truglio
    As part of our One-on-One Presents special, Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with actor, educator and coach, Welker White, discussing her amazing performance as Jo Hoffa in "The Irishman," and working with Martin Scorsese. As part of our One-on-One Presents special, Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with Jonathan Karp, President and Publisher, Simon and Schuster Adult Publishing, who talks about the future of the publishing business and working with notable authors such as President Trump and Howard Stern. As part of our One-on-One Presents special, Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with Rosemarie Truglio, PhD, Senior Vice President of Curriculum and Content at Sesame Workshop as well as the author of "Ready for School!" to discuss the historic Season 50 of Sesame Street as well as ways to help parents and children prepare for school.
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  • Dec 5 12:30 am
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    Michele Siekerka; Jessica Gonzales; Michellene Davis
    Steve Adubato is joined by Michele Siekerka Esq., President & CEO, New Jersey Business & Industry Association, to discuss the virtual 2020 Women Business Leaders Forum, the differences between male and female leaders and the importance of affordable, quality child care for working mothers. Steve Adubato speaks to Jessica Gonzalez, Founder & CEO, InCharged, Lux Disinfect, and Vend X, about the key traits to being a successful leader and innovator during COVID-19, and the importance of female leaders in business. Steve Adubato is joined by Michellene Davis, Esq., Executive Vice President & Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, RWJBarnabas Health, to discuss how COVID-19 has changed women’s leadership in the workplace, especially for women of color, and the ways COVID-19 disproportionately impacts people of color.
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  • Dec 8 12:30 am
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    Tim Naftali; John Catsimatidis; Bob Feinberg
    Steve Adubato speaks with Timothy Naftali, PhD, Presidential Historian, NYU & Former Director, Richard Nixon Presidential Library &Museum, about President Trump’s tenure and leadership throughout his presidency and the pandemic, as well as the possible transition of power. Steve Adubato talks to John Catsimatidis Chairman & CEO, Red Apple Group, about his thoughts on President Trump’s leadership, the 2020 election and the political discourse taking place across the nation. Steve Adubato is joined by Bob Feinberg, Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of WNET, and CEO & Founder of the Montclair Film Festival, to discuss the changes that needed to be made for the 9th annual Montclair Film Festival, the challenges of fundraising during COVID-19, and the innovative happenings around film throughout the pandemic.
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  • Dec 9 12:30 am
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    Gone But Not Forgotten: Dr. Clem Price
    As part of our “Gone but Not Forgotten” series featuring people who have made an impact on New Jersey’s history, Steve Adubato and his colleague Joanna Gagis, look at the extraordinary career of the late distinguished Rutgers University professor & historian, Dr. Clem Price.
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  • Dec 10 12:30 am
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    Eric Legrand
    Steve Adubato sits down with Eric LeGrand, Motivational Speaker, Sports Analyst, Philanthropist & Entrepreneur to discuss Eric's 10-year anniversary since his injury, his latest projects including a handicapped accessible coffee shop in NJ, and Eric's keys to leadership.
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  • Dec 11 12:30 am
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    Briana Vannozzi; Heather Andersen; Jon Hanson
    Steve Adubato speaks with Briana Vannozzi, Anchor, NJ Spotlight News, about how NJTV News and NJ Spotlight united and rebranded as NJ Spotlight News, Briana’s journey to the anchor chair and how the media has changed during her career, and the role of PBS and NJTV to provide accurate news. Steve Adubato is joined by Heather Andersen, President & CEO, Special Olympics New Jersey, to talk about the impact of COVID-19 on the Special Olympics New Jersey, the unique challenges the Special Olympics athletes are facing and the importance of connecting with families virtually. Steve Adubato talks to Jon F. Hanson, Chairman, New Jersey Hall of Fame, about the virtual NJHOF ceremony and why it is so important to the people of New Jersey
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  • Dec 12 12:30 am
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    Tom Bergeron; Dr. Joel Bloom; First Lady Tammy Murphy
    Steve Adubato speaks with Tom Bergeron, Owner & Editor, ROI-NJ, about the challenges businesses are facing due to COVID-19, the 2020 election and Gov. Murphy’s leadership throughout the pandemic. Steve Adubato sits down with Joel S. Bloom, Ed.D., President, NJIT, to discuss the steps NJIT has taken to keep their students safe on campus, the impact of COVID-19 on higher education and STEM education, and the importance of technology and innovation during these challenging times. Steve Adubato is joined by First Lady of New Jersey, Tammy Murphy, to discuss the Nurture NJ initiative to improve maternal & infant health outcomes, the importance of quality child care for ages 0-3, and the connection between COVID-19 and systemic racism.
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  • Dec 12 7:30 am
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    Remembering Steve Adubato Sr
    In this special program, Steve Adubato sits down with his father, Steve Adubato Sr., to discuss the creation of The North Ward Center and the Robert Treat Academy, and the importance of diversity in politics and African American leadership in the city of Newark.
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  • Dec 15 12:30 am
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    Teri Wurmser; Jack Fanous; Ken Seiter & Anna Yudina
    Steve Adubato sits down with Teri Wurmser, RN, Ph.D., Dean, Georgian Court University - Hackensack Meridian Health School of Nursing & Director, Ann May Center for Nursing, Hackensack Meridian Health, to discuss the impact of the pandemic on nursing, the need to ensure healthcare workers stay safe throughout the crisis and GCU’s new Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato is joined by Jack Fanous, CEO, GI Go Fund, to discuss the mission of the GI Go Fund, how COVID-19 has changed the way the organization functions and the Navy SEALs event to honor military veterans, their families, and all of those who died during 9/11 and the wars that followed. Jack also shares the importance of being a 2013 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award winner and how Russ Berrie made an impact on the organization. Steve Adubato is joined by Ken Seiter, Executive Vice President of Marketing Communications, The Toy Association, and Anna Yudina, Senior Director, Marketing Initiatives, The Toy Association, to discuss the mission of the toy association, the need for balance of virtual play and physical play and its critical role in healthy childhood development.
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  • Dec 16 12:30 am
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    Pino Rodriguez; Capt. Bill Sheehan; Melina Garcia
    Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato and Melina Garcia, Executive Director and Founder of UCMP, talk about the joy and stability children experience from coming together virtually to play orchestral music in these isolating As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato sits down with Pino Rodriguez, Founder and Director of The Block Supporter Initiative in Camden, to examine the ways he and his neighbors have transformed their formerly tough and violent neighborhood into a beautiful and safe place. Pino also shares the impact of being a Russell Berrie Foundation Making A Difference Award winner. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato and Captain Bill Sheehan, Hackensack Riverkeeper, discuss the ways the organization is protecting, preserving and restoring fish and wildlife habitats in the Hackensack watershed. Captain Bill also shares the long-lasting impact of being a 2006 winner of the Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell times, as well as the importance of being a 2019 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award honoree.
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  • Dec 17 12:30 am
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    Gary Vaynerchuk
    Steve Adubato sits down with Author & Entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of VaynerMedia, and Chairman of VaynerX, to talk about the impact of COVID-19 on entrepreneurship & innovation and the new normal of remote communications.
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  • Dec 18 12:30 am
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    Karen Monroy; Jack Fanous; Bridget Cutler
    As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato speaks with Karen Monroy, PhD, Founder & CEO, Ability2Work and Grateful Bites, about the ways that differently abled individuals have met the challenges posed by COVID-19, as well as the impact of being a 2019 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award honoree. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato is joined by Jack Fanous, CEO, GI Go Fund, to discuss the mission of the GI Go Fund, how COVID-19 has changed the way the organization functions and the Navy SEALs event to honor military veterans, their families, and those who died during 9/11 and the wars that followed. Jack also shares the importance of being a 2013 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award winner and how Russ Berrie made an impact on the organization. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato talks with Bridget Cutler, Founder & Executive Director of Moms Helping Moms, who is working to supply diapers to those in need and fight childhood poverty in New Jersey.
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  • Dec 19 12:30 am
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    Fraidy Reiss; Kurt & Tricia Baker; Jen Brady
    As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato sits down with Fraidy Reiss, Executive Director and Founder, Unchained At Last, which is dedicated to ending forced, arranged and child marriage in the United States. Fraidy also talks about the importance of being a 2019 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award winner. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato sits down with Tricia and Kurt Baker, Co-Founders of Attitudes in Reverse, who are striving to end the stigma of mental illness in youth. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato talks with Jennifer Brady, Executive Director of OASIS - A Haven For Youth, about how her organization is helping impoverished families in Paterson achieve economic independence.
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  • Dec 19 7:30 am
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    Eric Legrand
    Steve Adubato sits down with Eric LeGrand, Motivational Speaker, Sports Analyst, Philanthropist & Entrepreneur to discuss Eric's 10-year anniversary since his injury, his latest projects including a handicapped accessible coffee shop in NJ, and Eric's keys to leadership.
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  • Dec 24 12:30 am
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    Brian Stelter; Angel Santiago; Dr. Laura Greenwald
    Steve Adubato is joined by Brian Stelter, Anchor, Reliable Sources, CNN Chief Media Correspondent, and Author of Hoax: Donald Trump, Fox News and the Dangerous Distortion of Truth, to discuss the role of the media & social media in the post-Trump era, the relationship between Trump and the media and how the news shares information about the public health crisis. Steve Adubato sits down with Angel Santiago, 2020-21 NJ State Teacher of the Year & Fifth Grade Teacher, Loring Flemming Elementary School, to discuss the impact of being named the teacher of the year, his ability to adapt during the pandemic & connect with students virtually and the importance of diversity in education. Steve Adubato speaks with Laura Greenwald, D.M.A., Music Department Chair & Director, Vocal Activities and the Choral & Opera Workshop, Caldwell University, about the challenges teaching music on the college level during a pandemic, the connection between music and mental health and the importance of innovative teaching methods and performances during the crisis.
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