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  • Mar 1 7:00 pm
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    Toba & Zalman Grossbaum; Adam Lowy; Melissa Gertz
    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 Toba Grossbaum and Rabbi Zalman Grossbaum, Founders of Friendship Circle and LifeTown, to discuss the ways they have adapted during COVID to meet the needs of children and teens with special needs. Toba and Rabbi Zalman also share the impact of being 2018 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award honorees. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato speaks with Adam Lowy, Executive Director and Founder of Move For Hunger, to discuss ways that moving companies throughout the nation are working to end hunger. Adam also shares the importance of being a 2016 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 speaks with Melissa A. Gertz, Esq., Co-Founder & Executive Director of the Community Justice Center in Trenton, about the needs of veterans with disabilities and their families. Melissa also talks about the impact of being a 2018 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award honoree.
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  • Mar 1 11:30 pm
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    Toba & Zalman Grossbaum; Adam Lowy; Melissa Gertz
    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 Toba Grossbaum and Rabbi Zalman Grossbaum, Founders of Friendship Circle and LifeTown, to discuss the ways they have adapted during COVID to meet the needs of children and teens with special needs. Toba and Rabbi Zalman also share the impact of being 2018 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award honorees. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato speaks with Adam Lowy, Executive Director and Founder of Move For Hunger, to discuss ways that moving companies throughout the nation are working to end hunger. Adam also shares the importance of being a 2016 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 speaks with Melissa A. Gertz, Esq., Co-Founder & Executive Director of the Community Justice Center in Trenton, about the needs of veterans with disabilities and their families. Melissa also talks about the impact of being a 2018 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award honoree.
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  • Mar 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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  • Mar 3 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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  • Mar 4 7:00 pm
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    First Lady Tammy Murphy; Dr. Richard Besser; Dr. David Adinaro
    Steve Adubato is joined by Tammy Murphy, First Lady of New Jersey, to discuss the Nurture NJ Maternal & Infant Health strategic plan to confront the racial disparities in maternal & infant health outcomes, and the ways COVID-19 has changed access to high quality, affordable childcare across the nation. The First Lady also talks about the Adverse Childhood Experiences Action Plan and the importance of the Pandemic Relief Fund to help close the digital divide in New Jersey. Steve Adubato sits down with Richard Besser, MD, President & CEO, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Former Acting Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, to talk about the next steps after getting two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, the safest ways to return students to in-person learning, and the need to vaccinate teachers to protect themselves and their students. Steve Adubato speaks with David Adinaro, MD, Meng, FACEP, Deputy Commissioner, Public Health Services, New Jersey Department of Health, and Chair, COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force. David talks about the biggest challenges the Dept. of Health has faced in getting the public vaccinated, the importance of the federal government in supplying COVID-19 vaccines to the state, and the ways they are working to increase access to the vaccine, especially in minority communities.
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  • Mar 5 7:00 pm
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    Gone But Not Forgotten: Millicent Fenwick
    As part of our “Gone but Not Forgotten” series featuring people who have made an impact on New Jersey’s history, Steve Adubato interviews Congresswoman Millicent Fenwick in 1991, the energetic, colorful figure in favor of civil rights and the women's movement.
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  • Mar 5 11:30 pm
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    Gone But Not Forgotten: Millicent Fenwick
    As part of our “Gone but Not Forgotten” series featuring people who have made an impact on New Jersey’s history, Steve Adubato interviews Congresswoman Millicent Fenwick in 1991, the energetic, colorful figure in favor of civil rights and the women's movement.
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  • Mar 6 7:00 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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  • Mar 7 11:00 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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  • Mar 8 7:00 pm
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    Dominique Lee; Lisa Gladwell ; Bonnie O?Brien
    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 Dominique Lee, Founder and CEO of the Brick Education Network (BEN), that leads and operates 4 BRICK schools and provides support for children from cradle to career. Dominque also shares the importance of being a 2015 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 speaks with Lisa E. Gladwell, Esq., Chair of the Board at New Jersey Recovery Advocates, about the challenges faced by individuals and families living with addiction, and the importance of being a 2016 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 speaks with Bonnie O’Brien, President & CEO, Transition Professionals, which offers programs and services for ex-offenders transitioning back into the community. Bonnie also talks about the impact of being a 2017 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award honoree.
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  • Mar 8 11:30 pm
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    Dominique Lee; Lisa Gladwell ; Bonnie O?Brien
    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 Dominique Lee, Founder and CEO of the Brick Education Network (BEN), that leads and operates 4 BRICK schools and provides support for children from cradle to career. Dominque also shares the importance of being a 2015 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 speaks with Lisa E. Gladwell, Esq., Chair of the Board at New Jersey Recovery Advocates, about the challenges faced by individuals and families living with addiction, and the importance of being a 2016 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 speaks with Bonnie O’Brien, President & CEO, Transition Professionals, which offers programs and services for ex-offenders transitioning back into the community. Bonnie also talks about the impact of being a 2017 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award honoree.
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  • Mar 9 7:00 pm
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    Rev. Dr. DeForest B. Soaries, Jared Maples, Kate Judge
    Steve Adubato sits down with Rev. Dr. DeForest B. Soaries Jr., Senior Pastor, First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens, and Founder, Corporate Communities Connections, Inc. Rev. Soaries talks about the role of the church in informing the community about COVID-19, the reasons behind the lack of trust of the vaccine in minority communities, and the importance of teaching about financial literacy &financial empowerment. Steve Adubato is joined by Jared M. Maples, Director, New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness, to discuss the long-term impact of the Jan. 6th Capitol riots, White supremacy in New Jersey and across the nation, and social media’s role in providing disinformation and misinformation about the pandemic. Steve Adubato speaks with Kate Judge, Executive Director, American Nurses Foundation, about the toll of the pandemic on nurses’ physical and mental health and the importance of the foundation’s Coronavirus Response Fund for Nurses to continue to support nurses throughout the crisis.
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  • Mar 10 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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  • Mar 11 7:00 pm
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    Principal Baruti Kafele; Bob Garrett & Harry Carson; Sandra Sheppard
    Steve Adubato is joined by Principal Baruti Kafele, Education Speaker and Consultant, Principal Kafele Consulting, LLC, to discuss the creation of the Virtual Assistant Principal Leadership Academy, the strategies he uses to connect with his audience virtually, and the importance of motivating leaders to become better versions of themselves. Steve Adubato sits down with Robert C. Garret, CEO, Hackensack Meridian Health, and Harry Carson, Pro Football Hall of Famer, New York Giants Captain, and Health Ambassador for Hackensack Meridian Health. They talk about the state of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in New Jersey, the importance of educating minority communities about the COVID vaccine, and the impact of influential figures taking the vaccine. Steve Adubato speaks with Sandra Sheppard, Director & Executive Producer, Kids’ Media and Education, WNET, to talk about the educational programs available for children of all ages to watch on broadcast television, the importance of diversity in children’s television and the role of public broadcasting during the pandemic.
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  • Mar 12 7:00 pm
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    Brian Gragnolati; Alyssa D’Addio; Steve Williams
    Steve Adubato is joined by Brian Gragnolati, President & CEO, Atlantic Health System, to talk about the supply and demand behind the COVID-19 vaccine, the role of hospital systems in helping with vaccine distribution, and the level of resistance and hesitation in taking the vaccine within the healthcare industry. Steve Adubato speaks with Alyssa D’Addio, Director, Hospital and Community Services, NJ Sharing Network, to talk about her personal connection to organ and tissue donation, the impact of COVID-19 on the transplant community and the ways the NJ Sharing Network has helped to support families during the pandemic. Steve Adubato sits down with Steve Williams, President & CEO, WBGO, to talk about the biggest challenges WBGO has faced during COVID, the strategies they used to keep staff safe and the importance of funding new ways to fundraise during the crisis.
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  • Mar 12 11:30 pm
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    Brian Gragnolati; Alyssa D’Addio; Steve Williams
    Steve Adubato is joined by Brian Gragnolati, President & CEO, Atlantic Health System, to talk about the supply and demand behind the COVID-19 vaccine, the role of hospital systems in helping with vaccine distribution, and the level of resistance and hesitation in taking the vaccine within the healthcare industry. Steve Adubato speaks with Alyssa D’Addio, Director, Hospital and Community Services, NJ Sharing Network, to talk about her personal connection to organ and tissue donation, the impact of COVID-19 on the transplant community and the ways the NJ Sharing Network has helped to support families during the pandemic. Steve Adubato sits down with Steve Williams, President & CEO, WBGO, to talk about the biggest challenges WBGO has faced during COVID, the strategies they used to keep staff safe and the importance of funding new ways to fundraise during the crisis.
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  • Mar 13 7:00 am
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    Angelica Berrie; Rev. Stephen Rozzelle
    Steve Adubato sits down with Angelica Berrie, President, Russell Berrie Foundation, to talk about the purpose of the Making A Difference Awards (MADA), the qualities that makes a MADA hero, and reflect on four specific honorees who made a life-changing impact in their communities. Steve Adubato speaks with Reverend Stephen Rozzelle, Priest-in-Charge, The Episcopal Diocese of Newark, about his project Curbing Hunger, and how his ministry has been impacted by these uncertain times. Rev. Rozzelle also shares the importance of being a 1997 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award winner.
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  • Mar 14 11:00 am
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    Angelica Berrie; Rev. Stephen Rozzelle
    Steve Adubato sits down with Angelica Berrie, President, Russell Berrie Foundation, to talk about the purpose of the Making A Difference Awards (MADA), the qualities that makes a MADA hero, and reflect on four specific honorees who made a life-changing impact in their communities. Steve Adubato speaks with Reverend Stephen Rozzelle, Priest-in-Charge, The Episcopal Diocese of Newark, about his project Curbing Hunger, and how his ministry has been impacted by these uncertain times. Rev. Rozzelle also shares the importance of being a 1997 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award winner.
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  • Mar 15 7:00 pm
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    Education During A Pandemic Part 1
    In part one of this two part special, Steve Adubato is joined by leaders in education to discuss the virtual NJEA Convention, the challenges and opportunities facing students and educators across the state during the 2020-21 school year and the NJEA Convention theme “ Social Justice = Education Justice = Student Success”. Guests Include: Marie Blistan, President, New Jersey Education Association Michael Dunlea, 2020-21 Burlington County Teacher of the Year & Third Grade Teacher, Tabernacle School District Steve Beatty, Secretary-Treasurer, New Jersey Education Association Shan Byrd, Special Educator, New Brunswick Public Schools, Restorative Justice Practitioner & Trauma Informed Care Specialist
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  • Mar 15 11:30 pm
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    Education During A Pandemic Part 1
    In part one of this two part special, Steve Adubato is joined by leaders in education to discuss the virtual NJEA Convention, the challenges and opportunities facing students and educators across the state during the 2020-21 school year and the NJEA Convention theme “ Social Justice = Education Justice = Student Success”. Guests Include: Marie Blistan, President, New Jersey Education Association Michael Dunlea, 2020-21 Burlington County Teacher of the Year & Third Grade Teacher, Tabernacle School District Steve Beatty, Secretary-Treasurer, New Jersey Education Association Shan Byrd, Special Educator, New Brunswick Public Schools, Restorative Justice Practitioner & Trauma Informed Care Specialist
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  • Mar 16 7:00 pm
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    Education During A Pandemic Part 2
    In part two of this two part special, Steve Adubato is joined by leaders in education to discuss the virtual NJEA Convention, the challenges and opportunities facing students and educators across the state during the 2020-21 school year and the NJEA Convention theme “ Social Justice = Education Justice = Student Success”. Guests Include: Sean Spiller, VP, New Jersey Education Association Angel Santiago, 2020-21 NJ State Teacher of the Year & Fifth Grade Teacher, Loring Flemming Elementary School Steve Swetsky, Executive Director, New Jersey Education Association Stacy Yanko, 2020 NJEA ESP of the Year & Guidance Secretary, Hopatcong High School
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  • Mar 17 7:00 pm
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    Joe DiVincenzo & Maya Lordo; Lilo Stainton’ Dr. Ali Houshmand
    Maya Lordo, Health Officer, Essex County, New Jersey, to discuss Essex County’s success in creating vaccination opportunities, and the coordination efforts between Essex County, the state & federal government and New Jersey hospital systems. Steve Adubato speaks with Lilo H. Stainton, Health Care Writer, NJ Spotlight News, about the challenges with the state’s vaccination system, the concerns about the amount of healthcare workers needed to get people vaccinated and the need to overcome distrust and increase accessibility to the vaccine in minority communities. Steve Adubato is joined by Ali A. Houshmand, PhD, President, Rowan University, to discuss the logistics of the vaccination process and the need to use pharmacies and universities to help with getting communities vaccinated.
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  • Mar 18 7:00 pm
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    TJ Nelligan; Andrea McChristian; Dr. Thomas Cavalieri
    Steve Adubato speaks with TJ Nelligan, Author, Live Like Sean: Important Lessons From My Special Needs Son, to talk about how lessons can come from the most unlikely places and the ways his life was changed all because of his late son, Sean. Steve Adubato sits down with Andrea McChristian, Law & Policy Director, New Jersey Institute for Social Justice, to talk about the importance of the institute’s 2021-22 Action Agenda, which outlines the racial disparities in New Jersey, the ways COVID-19 disproportionately impacts communities of color, and the reasons why minorities are hesitant to take the COVID-19 vaccine. Steve Adubato is joined by Thomas A. Cavalieri, DO, MACOI, FACP, Dean, Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine to discuss how the COVID-19 vaccination center on campus helps to meet the daily vaccine distribution needs in the community, and the ways the medical students on campus are helping with the vaccination process.
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  • Mar 19 7:00 pm
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    One-On-One Presents: Alan Alda; Alex Brightman
    Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with legendary award-winning actor and author Alan Alda, Visiting Professor and Co-Founder of the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University, who shares his passion for helping scientists communicate more effectively. Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with 2019 Tony® nominated actor, Alex Brightman, who is "killing it" playing the title role in the Broadway hit, Beetlejuice
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  • Mar 19 11:30 pm
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    One-On-One Presents: Alan Alda; Alex Brightman
    Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with legendary award-winning actor and author Alan Alda, Visiting Professor and Co-Founder of the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University, who shares his passion for helping scientists communicate more effectively. Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with 2019 Tony® nominated actor, Alex Brightman, who is "killing it" playing the title role in the Broadway hit, Beetlejuice
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  • Mar 20 7:00 am
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    Chief Vincent Mann; Danielle Gletow; Sandra Ramos
    As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato speaks with Vincent Mann, Turtle Clan Chief of the Ramapough Lunaape Nation, who reside atop the Ford Superfund site and the surrounding areas, and his tireless advocacy for a cleaner and safer environment. Vincent also shares the impact of being a 2017 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 talks with Danielle Gletow, CEO and Founder of One Simple Wish, to discuss the mission of the organization, her personal connection to the foster care system and the impact of COVID-19 on the organization, community partners and children they serve. Danielle also shares the impact of being a 2017 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 speaks with Sandra Ramos, Founder & Executive Director of Strengthen Our Sisters, that shelters and provides supportive services for homeless, battered women and their dependent children. Sandra also talks about the impact of being a 2001 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award honoree.
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  • Mar 21 11:00 am
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    Chief Vincent Mann; Danielle Gletow; Sandra Ramos
    As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato speaks with Vincent Mann, Turtle Clan Chief of the Ramapough Lunaape Nation, who reside atop the Ford Superfund site and the surrounding areas, and his tireless advocacy for a cleaner and safer environment. Vincent also shares the impact of being a 2017 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 talks with Danielle Gletow, CEO and Founder of One Simple Wish, to discuss the mission of the organization, her personal connection to the foster care system and the impact of COVID-19 on the organization, community partners and children they serve. Danielle also shares the impact of being a 2017 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 speaks with Sandra Ramos, Founder & Executive Director of Strengthen Our Sisters, that shelters and provides supportive services for homeless, battered women and their dependent children. Sandra also talks about the impact of being a 2001 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award honoree.
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  • Mar 22 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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  • Mar 22 11:30 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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  • Mar 23 7:00 pm
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    Dr. Josh Coren; Dominic Carter; Rick Gorab & Darrin Anderson
    Steve Adubato sits down with Joshua S. Coren, DO, MBA, FACOFP, Chair &Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine, to discuss the role of Rowan University in vaccine distribution, the challenges in vaccinating the public around the Rowan community, and the importance of increasing access to the vaccine in vulnerable, minority communities. Steve Adubato speaks with Dominic Carter, Host, 77WABC, about our divided nation, the importance of telling the truth in the media, the legacy of the Trump administration and the greatest challenges President Biden faces during his presidency. Steve Adubato is joined by Rick Gorab, President & CEO, Metropolitan YMCA’s of the Oranges, and Darrin Anderson, Sr., PhD, MS, CEO of the New Jersey YMCA State Alliance. They discuss the challenges with fundraising for nonprofits during the pandemic and the importance of the YMCA providing emergency childcare for healthcare workers throughout the crisis.
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  • Mar 24 7:00 pm
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    Jodie O’Donnell-Ames; Chip Paillex; Saranne Rothberg
    Steve Adubato sits down with Jodi O'Donnell-Ames, Founder of Hope Loves Company, which provides educational and emotional support to children and teens who have a loved one battling ALS. Jodi also shares the impact of being a 2018 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award honoree. Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with Chip Paillex, President & Founder, America’s Grow-a-Row, to talk about the mission of America’s Grow-a-Row, the impact of COVID-19 on non-profits and how the Russell Berrie Foundation helped the organization continue to make a difference in the community. Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with Saranne Rothberg, Founder & CEO, The ComedyCures Foundation, to talk about her cancer diagnosis 21 years ago, the impact of COVID-19 on The ComedyCures Foundation, and the importance of being a Russell Berrie Foundation honoree.
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  • Mar 25 7:00 pm
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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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  • Mar 26 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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  • Mar 26 11:30 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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  • Mar 27 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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  • Mar 28 11:00 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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  • Mar 29 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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  • Mar 29 11:30 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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  • Mar 30 7:00 pm
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    TJ Nelligan; Andrea McChristian; Dr. Thomas Cavalieri
    Steve Adubato speaks with TJ Nelligan, Author, Live Like Sean: Important Lessons From My Special Needs Son, to talk about how lessons can come from the most unlikely places and the ways his life was changed all because of his late son, Sean. Steve Adubato sits down with Andrea McChristian, Law & Policy Director, New Jersey Institute for Social Justice, to talk about the importance of the institute’s 2021-22 Action Agenda, which outlines the racial disparities in New Jersey, the ways COVID-19 disproportionately impacts communities of color, and the reasons why minorities are hesitant to take the COVID-19 vaccine. Steve Adubato is joined by Thomas A. Cavalieri, DO, MACOI, FACP, Dean, Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine to discuss how the COVID-19 vaccination center on campus helps to meet the daily vaccine distribution needs in the community, and the ways the medical students on campus are helping with the vaccination process.
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THIRTEEN
  • Mar 2 12:30 am
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    Toba & Zalman Grossbaum; Adam Lowy; Melissa Gertz
    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 Toba Grossbaum and Rabbi Zalman Grossbaum, Founders of Friendship Circle and LifeTown, to discuss the ways they have adapted during COVID to meet the needs of children and teens with special needs. Toba and Rabbi Zalman also share the impact of being 2018 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award honorees. As part of the “25 for 25” series celebrating the Russell Berrie Foundation’s Making a Difference Awards 25th Anniversary, Steve Adubato speaks with Adam Lowy, Executive Director and Founder of Move For Hunger, to discuss ways that moving companies throughout the nation are working to end hunger. Adam also shares the importance of being a 2016 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 speaks with Melissa A. Gertz, Esq., Co-Founder & Executive Director of the Community Justice Center in Trenton, about the needs of veterans with disabilities and their families. Melissa also talks about the impact of being a 2018 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award honoree.
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  • Mar 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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  • Mar 4 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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  • Mar 5 12:30 am
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    First Lady Tammy Murphy; Dr. Richard Besser; Dr. David Adinaro
    Steve Adubato is joined by Tammy Murphy, First Lady of New Jersey, to discuss the Nurture NJ Maternal & Infant Health strategic plan to confront the racial disparities in maternal & infant health outcomes, and the ways COVID-19 has changed access to high quality, affordable childcare across the nation. The First Lady also talks about the Adverse Childhood Experiences Action Plan and the importance of the Pandemic Relief Fund to help close the digital divide in New Jersey. Steve Adubato sits down with Richard Besser, MD, President & CEO, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Former Acting Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, to talk about the next steps after getting two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, the safest ways to return students to in-person learning, and the need to vaccinate teachers to protect themselves and their students. Steve Adubato speaks with David Adinaro, MD, Meng, FACEP, Deputy Commissioner, Public Health Services, New Jersey Department of Health, and Chair, COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force. David talks about the biggest challenges the Dept. of Health has faced in getting the public vaccinated, the importance of the federal government in supplying COVID-19 vaccines to the state, and the ways they are working to increase access to the vaccine, especially in minority communities.
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  • Mar 6 12:30 am
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    Gone But Not Forgotten: Millicent Fenwick
    As part of our “Gone but Not Forgotten” series featuring people who have made an impact on New Jersey’s history, Steve Adubato interviews Congresswoman Millicent Fenwick in 1991, the energetic, colorful figure in favor of civil rights and the women's movement.
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  • Mar 9 12:30 am
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    Dominique Lee; Lisa Gladwell ; Bonnie O?Brien
    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 Dominique Lee, Founder and CEO of the Brick Education Network (BEN), that leads and operates 4 BRICK schools and provides support for children from cradle to career. Dominque also shares the importance of being a 2015 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 speaks with Lisa E. Gladwell, Esq., Chair of the Board at New Jersey Recovery Advocates, about the challenges faced by individuals and families living with addiction, and the importance of being a 2016 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 speaks with Bonnie O’Brien, President & CEO, Transition Professionals, which offers programs and services for ex-offenders transitioning back into the community. Bonnie also talks about the impact of being a 2017 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award honoree.
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  • Mar 10 12:30 am
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    Rev. Dr. DeForest B. Soaries, Jared Maples, Kate Judge
    Steve Adubato sits down with Rev. Dr. DeForest B. Soaries Jr., Senior Pastor, First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens, and Founder, Corporate Communities Connections, Inc. Rev. Soaries talks about the role of the church in informing the community about COVID-19, the reasons behind the lack of trust of the vaccine in minority communities, and the importance of teaching about financial literacy &financial empowerment. Steve Adubato is joined by Jared M. Maples, Director, New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness, to discuss the long-term impact of the Jan. 6th Capitol riots, White supremacy in New Jersey and across the nation, and social media’s role in providing disinformation and misinformation about the pandemic. Steve Adubato speaks with Kate Judge, Executive Director, American Nurses Foundation, about the toll of the pandemic on nurses’ physical and mental health and the importance of the foundation’s Coronavirus Response Fund for Nurses to continue to support nurses throughout the crisis.
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  • Mar 11 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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  • Mar 12 12:30 am
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    Principal Baruti Kafele; Bob Garrett & Harry Carson; Sandra Sheppard
    Steve Adubato is joined by Principal Baruti Kafele, Education Speaker and Consultant, Principal Kafele Consulting, LLC, to discuss the creation of the Virtual Assistant Principal Leadership Academy, the strategies he uses to connect with his audience virtually, and the importance of motivating leaders to become better versions of themselves. Steve Adubato sits down with Robert C. Garret, CEO, Hackensack Meridian Health, and Harry Carson, Pro Football Hall of Famer, New York Giants Captain, and Health Ambassador for Hackensack Meridian Health. They talk about the state of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in New Jersey, the importance of educating minority communities about the COVID vaccine, and the impact of influential figures taking the vaccine. Steve Adubato speaks with Sandra Sheppard, Director & Executive Producer, Kids’ Media and Education, WNET, to talk about the educational programs available for children of all ages to watch on broadcast television, the importance of diversity in children’s television and the role of public broadcasting during the pandemic.
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  • Mar 13 12:30 am
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    Brian Gragnolati; Alyssa D’Addio; Steve Williams
    Steve Adubato is joined by Brian Gragnolati, President & CEO, Atlantic Health System, to talk about the supply and demand behind the COVID-19 vaccine, the role of hospital systems in helping with vaccine distribution, and the level of resistance and hesitation in taking the vaccine within the healthcare industry. Steve Adubato speaks with Alyssa D’Addio, Director, Hospital and Community Services, NJ Sharing Network, to talk about her personal connection to organ and tissue donation, the impact of COVID-19 on the transplant community and the ways the NJ Sharing Network has helped to support families during the pandemic. Steve Adubato sits down with Steve Williams, President & CEO, WBGO, to talk about the biggest challenges WBGO has faced during COVID, the strategies they used to keep staff safe and the importance of funding new ways to fundraise during the crisis.
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  • Mar 13 7:30 am
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    One-on-One With Steve Adubato
    Produced by the Caucus Educational Corporation, the Emmy Award-winning creators of Caucus: New Jersey, One-on-One with four-time Emmy Award-winning anchor Steve Adubato gives insight into today's world. The series discusses compelling, real life stories and features political leaders, CEOs, television personalities, professors, artists and educational innovators who each share their experiences and accomplishments. Host Steve Adubato combines wide-ranging knowledge, a penetrating and inquisitive style and the appreciation for amiable conversation, asking questions that inspire the guests to talk beyond their expected route in a manner rarely seen on televised talk shows.
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  • Mar 16 12:30 am
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    Education During A Pandemic Part 1
    In part one of this two part special, Steve Adubato is joined by leaders in education to discuss the virtual NJEA Convention, the challenges and opportunities facing students and educators across the state during the 2020-21 school year and the NJEA Convention theme “ Social Justice = Education Justice = Student Success”. Guests Include: Marie Blistan, President, New Jersey Education Association Michael Dunlea, 2020-21 Burlington County Teacher of the Year & Third Grade Teacher, Tabernacle School District Steve Beatty, Secretary-Treasurer, New Jersey Education Association Shan Byrd, Special Educator, New Brunswick Public Schools, Restorative Justice Practitioner & Trauma Informed Care Specialist
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  • Mar 17 12:30 am
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    Education During A Pandemic Part 2
    In part two of this two part special, Steve Adubato is joined by leaders in education to discuss the virtual NJEA Convention, the challenges and opportunities facing students and educators across the state during the 2020-21 school year and the NJEA Convention theme “ Social Justice = Education Justice = Student Success”. Guests Include: Sean Spiller, VP, New Jersey Education Association Angel Santiago, 2020-21 NJ State Teacher of the Year & Fifth Grade Teacher, Loring Flemming Elementary School Steve Swetsky, Executive Director, New Jersey Education Association Stacy Yanko, 2020 NJEA ESP of the Year & Guidance Secretary, Hopatcong High School
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  • Mar 18 12:30 am
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    Joe DiVincenzo & Maya Lordo; Lilo Stainton’ Dr. Ali Houshmand
    Maya Lordo, Health Officer, Essex County, New Jersey, to discuss Essex County’s success in creating vaccination opportunities, and the coordination efforts between Essex County, the state & federal government and New Jersey hospital systems. Steve Adubato speaks with Lilo H. Stainton, Health Care Writer, NJ Spotlight News, about the challenges with the state’s vaccination system, the concerns about the amount of healthcare workers needed to get people vaccinated and the need to overcome distrust and increase accessibility to the vaccine in minority communities. Steve Adubato is joined by Ali A. Houshmand, PhD, President, Rowan University, to discuss the logistics of the vaccination process and the need to use pharmacies and universities to help with getting communities vaccinated.
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  • Mar 19 12:30 am
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    TJ Nelligan; Andrea McChristian; Dr. Thomas Cavalieri
    Steve Adubato speaks with TJ Nelligan, Author, Live Like Sean: Important Lessons From My Special Needs Son, to talk about how lessons can come from the most unlikely places and the ways his life was changed all because of his late son, Sean. Steve Adubato sits down with Andrea McChristian, Law & Policy Director, New Jersey Institute for Social Justice, to talk about the importance of the institute’s 2021-22 Action Agenda, which outlines the racial disparities in New Jersey, the ways COVID-19 disproportionately impacts communities of color, and the reasons why minorities are hesitant to take the COVID-19 vaccine. Steve Adubato is joined by Thomas A. Cavalieri, DO, MACOI, FACP, Dean, Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine to discuss how the COVID-19 vaccination center on campus helps to meet the daily vaccine distribution needs in the community, and the ways the medical students on campus are helping with the vaccination process.
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  • Mar 20 12:30 am
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    One-On-One Presents: Alan Alda; Alex Brightman
    Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with legendary award-winning actor and author Alan Alda, Visiting Professor and Co-Founder of the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University, who shares his passion for helping scientists communicate more effectively. Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with 2019 Tony® nominated actor, Alex Brightman, who is "killing it" playing the title role in the Broadway hit, Beetlejuice
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  • Mar 20 7:30 am
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    One-on-One With Steve Adubato
    Produced by the Caucus Educational Corporation, the Emmy Award-winning creators of Caucus: New Jersey, One-on-One with four-time Emmy Award-winning anchor Steve Adubato gives insight into today's world. The series discusses compelling, real life stories and features political leaders, CEOs, television personalities, professors, artists and educational innovators who each share their experiences and accomplishments. Host Steve Adubato combines wide-ranging knowledge, a penetrating and inquisitive style and the appreciation for amiable conversation, asking questions that inspire the guests to talk beyond their expected route in a manner rarely seen on televised talk shows.
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  • Mar 24 12:30 am
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    Dr. Josh Coren; Dominic Carter; Rick Gorab & Darrin Anderson
    Steve Adubato sits down with Joshua S. Coren, DO, MBA, FACOFP, Chair &Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine, to discuss the role of Rowan University in vaccine distribution, the challenges in vaccinating the public around the Rowan community, and the importance of increasing access to the vaccine in vulnerable, minority communities. Steve Adubato speaks with Dominic Carter, Host, 77WABC, about our divided nation, the importance of telling the truth in the media, the legacy of the Trump administration and the greatest challenges President Biden faces during his presidency. Steve Adubato is joined by Rick Gorab, President & CEO, Metropolitan YMCA’s of the Oranges, and Darrin Anderson, Sr., PhD, MS, CEO of the New Jersey YMCA State Alliance. They discuss the challenges with fundraising for nonprofits during the pandemic and the importance of the YMCA providing emergency childcare for healthcare workers throughout the crisis.
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  • Mar 25 12:30 am
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    Jodie O’Donnell-Ames; Chip Paillex; Saranne Rothberg
    Steve Adubato sits down with Jodi O'Donnell-Ames, Founder of Hope Loves Company, which provides educational and emotional support to children and teens who have a loved one battling ALS. Jodi also shares the impact of being a 2018 Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award honoree. Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with Chip Paillex, President & Founder, America’s Grow-a-Row, to talk about the mission of America’s Grow-a-Row, the impact of COVID-19 on non-profits and how the Russell Berrie Foundation helped the organization continue to make a difference in the community. Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with Saranne Rothberg, Founder & CEO, The ComedyCures Foundation, to talk about her cancer diagnosis 21 years ago, the impact of COVID-19 on The ComedyCures Foundation, and the importance of being a Russell Berrie Foundation honoree.
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  • Mar 26 12:30 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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  • Mar 27 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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  • Mar 27 7:30 am
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    One-on-One With Steve Adubato
    Produced by the Caucus Educational Corporation, the Emmy Award-winning creators of Caucus: New Jersey, One-on-One with four-time Emmy Award-winning anchor Steve Adubato gives insight into today's world. The series discusses compelling, real life stories and features political leaders, CEOs, television personalities, professors, artists and educational innovators who each share their experiences and accomplishments. Host Steve Adubato combines wide-ranging knowledge, a penetrating and inquisitive style and the appreciation for amiable conversation, asking questions that inspire the guests to talk beyond their expected route in a manner rarely seen on televised talk shows.
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  • Mar 31 12:30 am
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    TJ Nelligan; Andrea McChristian; Dr. Thomas Cavalieri
    Steve Adubato speaks with TJ Nelligan, Author, Live Like Sean: Important Lessons From My Special Needs Son, to talk about how lessons can come from the most unlikely places and the ways his life was changed all because of his late son, Sean. Steve Adubato sits down with Andrea McChristian, Law & Policy Director, New Jersey Institute for Social Justice, to talk about the importance of the institute’s 2021-22 Action Agenda, which outlines the racial disparities in New Jersey, the ways COVID-19 disproportionately impacts communities of color, and the reasons why minorities are hesitant to take the COVID-19 vaccine. Steve Adubato is joined by Thomas A. Cavalieri, DO, MACOI, FACP, Dean, Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine to discuss how the COVID-19 vaccination center on campus helps to meet the daily vaccine distribution needs in the community, and the ways the medical students on campus are helping with the vaccination process.
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