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Improve your knowledge about organ, tissue and eye donation as your hosts Lori Steele, Sara Blakemore, and Joey Boudreaux have entertaining and informative conversations about donation. We address donation in the news, myths about donation, what's new in the community, new technologies, special guest interviews and much more.
 
Suggested Donation is a podcast devoted to the arts in all forms. Hosted by two contemporary painters, Tony Curanaj and Edward Minoff, the conversations provide an insight into the creative mind. By speaking with both traditional and non-traditional artists and craftsmen, curators and restorers, we create a dialog through which we discover common ground across disciplines and spaces united by a love of and deep devotion to skill.
 
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Show Notes: Paul Cardall is a Dove Award winning pianist with 11 Billboard #1 albums and over 3 billion streams globally. He was also born with only half a heart. Paul had several near-death experiences and eventually was able to receive a heart transplant in 2009. He is a survivor that infuses his music with a vibrant appreciation for life and a d…
 
Show Notes: Mark Scotch rode a bicycle across the US to raise awareness for living kidney donation and registration as an organ, tissue and eye donor, and now he's right here on episode 169 to share the details of his journey. We welcome Mark along with his wife, Lynn, and his kidney voucher recipient, Hugh Smith, to hear their update. Sara leads a…
 
Show Notes: We welcome the Executive Director of The Alliance, Kerri Hobson-Pape, to learn about their 'All Teach, All Learn' style of collaboration to facilitate the sharing of professional best practices related to organ donation and transplantation. Sara leads us through a discussion on the myths of happiness. We honor Ivana Butler and answer yo…
 
Show Notes: We welcome Brandi Zofkie, a director with Lung Bioengineering, for a fascinating discussion about their lung perfusion system and the personal passion that fuelled founder Martine Rothblatt. Hear how their focus on lung transplantation innovation and technology is striving to change the culture of the transplant world. Sara explores how…
 
Show Notes: Our hosts have a fun and informative conversation with Lana Stevens. Lana is a community educator for LOPA and the co-host for NOLA Hawts, a podcast focused on Congenital Heart Defects (CHD) and all that goes with it. Lana was inspired to use the podcast medium after seeing how The Gifted Life helped educate and inspire the donation & t…
 
Show Notes: We welcome Diane Jackson from The Slone Group for a conversation about the importance of equity, diversity and inclusion in organ donation policy as well as in the culture of organ procurement organizations. Nila Schwab, a Provisional Licensed Professional Counselor, offers some advice about the resistance to change and how to recognize…
 
Show Notes: We welcome back Howl the Owl author Brenda Cortez, we first spoke with her in episode 115. Brenda has written a new book, Because of Donation, which is a curated collection of inspiring stories about organ donation. She is joined on this episode by Brittany Elliser, mom to liver recipient Briggs. Their family’s story is one of 25 storie…
 
Show Notes: The gift of life can inspire and motivate people to reach for the stars. In this episode, we connect with musician Althea Grace, whose toddler daughter Lennon is not only a liver recipient, but also her songwriting inspiration. We learned about their story on American Idol, where Althea was a contestant and are excited to share their jo…
 
Show Notes: We welcome a young man who's transplantation journey has become his professional inspiration. Liver recipient, William Porter, tells us about his road to receiving the gift of life and how it influenced his career path and inspired the creation of Operation Impact. Then we offer some tips for coping with despair, answer your question an…
 
Doneer voor een LGBTI Friendly School Ranking in België op forbidden-colours.com/education. Onze gast in deze podcast is Fleur Pierets. Fleur is LGBTIQ-activiste en auteur van onder andere kinderboeken. Als kunstenaarskoppel waren Fleur Pierets en Julian Boom in 2017 aan een bijzonder project begonnen: ze zouden in meer dan 20 landen symbolisch tro…
 
Show Notes: Organ and tissue donation for medical research is a way for heroes to contribute to innovation and the search for treatments and cures. On this episode, we welcome Caroline Hare from Autism BrainNet who shares how donors and their families are paving the way for greater understanding of the biological causes of autism spectrum disorder …
 
Joris Nitelet studeerde vorig jaar af aan het middelbaar onderwijs. Hij schreef een veelgedeeld opiniestuk over zijn tijd als LGBTI-epersoon op de middelbare school voor VRTNWS. Vandaag is Joris student politieke wetenschappen aan de UGent en bestuurslid van het Vlaamse Jeugdparlement. Meer info over Forbidden Colours' Education Campagne? forbidden…
 
Show Notes: We connected with Mark Scotch from Wisconsin, whose chance meeting during a leisure trip to Louisiana, saved another man's life through the living kidney donor voucher program. You don't want to miss this remarkable story and how it led to the creation of The Organ Trail. Then we chat about what true mindfulness is and honor hero Camero…
 
Show Notes: Joey Gase is honoring NASCAR Hall of Famer, Davey Allison, on his car in the Talladega races April 24th and 25th. Davey became a donor on April 28th, 28 years ago, and his race car number was 28. Joey knows the importance of sharing the stories of donors and encouraging families to talk about their wishes, he made the decision for his m…
 
Show Notes: Transplant patients all have to adapt to a new way of life post transplant, but there are unique challenges for pediatric transplant patients and their families. Everything from how to explain to young siblings where the new organ came from, to worrying about their ability to physically grow. Joseph Hillenburg and Melissa McQueen are bo…
 
Show Notes: “Organ donation is like life, it's about the trying. And when someone gives the gift of donation, they are giving another family a chance to try. And sometimes, it's all we get. And somehow, it's enough.” Lisa Bradshaw from the Don’t Wait Project joins us again to share her latest endeavor to promote organ donation - songwriting! The so…
 
Show Notes: Breast reconstruction is an important aspect of patient recovery following mastectomy. On this episode, we welcome back our friends from Bio-Aesthetics for an update on their important work to aid in the reconstruction process. Nick Pashos and Billy Heim first visited with us on episode 104, now we are thrilled to learn how their work h…
 
Show Notes: The Traumatic Loss Support Program is a new program adopted by LOPA to help further support the loved ones of deceased donors. Libbie Harrison, one of LOPA's Family Support staff, joins us to share some of the key aspects of the program like the 4-legged stool, the need to care for ourselves, care for others and talks about the addition…
 
Show Notes: Organ and tissue donation affects every race and culture. We are joined by Hedi Aguiar to learn about the inspiration behind the program she developed called, Love Thy Neighbor. She notes the challenges faced by both families and organ procurement professionals when the decision to donate needs to be made. Hear how her program contribut…
 
We are proud to present a special Drawing edition of Suggested Donation Podcast, in collaboration with the University of North Carolina Asheville. As part of their 12th Annual International Contemporary Drawing Exhibition, we recorded a conversation with our friend and one of our favorite artists, Peter Van Dyke.…
 
Show Notes: Imagine the shock of hearing your doctor say, "you are dying and I need to find out what is wrong!". This is what our guest, Kathleen Gebbia, was told when she first learned her kidneys were no longer functioning. Kathleen was shocked by the news, and humbled by those who stepped up to try to get her the life-saving kidney she needed, i…
 
Show Notes: Kidneys are the most needed organ in the United States, and can be transplanted through both deceased donation and living donation. On episode 152, we welcome National Kidney Foundation's Jennifer Martin to learn about the program called The Big Ask, The Big Give. Whether a person needs a kidney or they are considering donation, hear ho…
 
Show Notes: On this special episode of The Gifted Life Podcast we begin 2021 with a New Year's tradition, honoring heroes through the Tournament of Roses Event and the Donate Life Floral Sculpture. This year's Louisiana Floragraph honoree, Shawn Elizabeth Guillot was 15 years old when she became a hero nearly 30 years ago. We connect with both of h…
 
Show Notes: We talk to kidney and pancreas recipient Nic Whitacre who talks about his harrowing journey to the gift of life and a cure to his Type 1 diabetes. His hero is Chris Gregory, whose story was documented by his father in a book and on our podcast. His story has been translated to the silver screen through the movie 2 Hearts. We give tips f…
 
Suggested Donation LIVE show! We have a great and lively discussion in front of an audience featuring the amazing Daniel Sprick, Patricia Watwood, Rose Frantzen, and Peter Trippi. We touch on so many important and inspiring art topics. We know you'll enjoy it.על ידי suggested donation
 
Show Notes: Join us for an educational and engaging conversation about the Islamic perspective on organ, tissue and eye donation. We are joined by Karim Ali and Samuel Shareef, members of the Muslim Life Planning Network, which is an organization created to assist in educating American Muslims on donation and other end of life issues. Imam Johari M…
 
Show Notes: On episode 148, we welcome Jessica Fisher from LAORA in Florida to talk about their program to engage faith leaders called The Pray Project. Learn how The Pray Project is supporting donor families in LAORA's service area. Then we chat about the differences between affirmation and validation. We honor LAORA hero, Trevin Reddick, and answ…
 
Show Notes: Eye Donation Month is an annual event held each November to raise awareness about cornea donation and transplantation. Eye Bank Association of America President and CEO, Kevin Corcoran, joins us to talk about the observance's theme, “A Community of Compassion”. Kevin introduces us to Nia, whose daughter Zoe is a cornea recipient. Nia sh…
 
Show Notes: On this episode we introduce you to father and engineer, Nick Jones. His son Matty had a rare kidney condition, resulting in the need for a transplant. Learn how his son's journey through his illness inspired Nick to focus on innovation to increase the number of lives saved through transplantation. He brings ideas and technology to Omni…
 
Show Notes: October is National Liver Awareness Month and our hosts talk with a two time liver recipient, John Hoffman. His first transplant was performed by Dr. Thomas Starzl, one of the pioneers of transplantation. John is currently writing his memoir and hopes to inspire others who may be on the same road he’s traveled. Then, we chat about tips …
 
Show Notes: On episode 144, learn about the pivotal role coroners play within the donation process. Chuck Credo, who serves as chair of LOPA's coroner subcommittee, explains how coroners and medical examiners work to honor a person's wish to be a donor while preserving evidence which may be needed to determine the cause of death. Portions of the di…
 
Show Notes: On episode 143, we welcome Mary and Bob Evans, the driving force behind the Jeffrey Campbell Evans Foundation. They watched their son wait for a heart transplant, saw the challenges he encountered while waiting and even faced their own challenges as Jeffrey's caregivers. This inspired Mary and Bob to help other families on their own tra…
 
Show Notes: On episode 142, we welcome Francesca Ferrante from CORE, who introduces us to one of their extraordinary volunteers, Craig Smith. Craig is a heart recipient and started his own nonprofit, Second Chance Fundraising, as a way to get people talking about the need for more registered donors. He helped CORE kick off their College Challenge p…
 
Show Notes: Woody Overton, host of the award-winning Real Life Real Crime podcast, joins Lori as co-host of this special episode. Lori and Woody were brought together by a dynamic teacher, Kelly Jennings, of Livingston Parish Literacy & Technology Center. Learn how they are working together to educate and inspire more people to register as donors, …
 
Suggested Donation is back with a new episode featuring the inimitable Josh LaRock, who's been amazing us since he was a student at GCA. We get into our shared experiences and formative years as well as a peek into Josh's unique style and insight - enjoy this episode, we sure did!על ידי Suggested Donation Podcast
 
Show Notes: Get ready for a lively conversation to kick off 2020's National Minority Donor Awareness Month! On this episode we welcome a special co-host, Sheron Raymond, a veteran Community Educator with LOPA. Sheron and Lori are joined by three amazing guests: Marion Shuck, the current president of AMAT and the Director of Family Services and Comm…
 
Show Notes: Transplantation Science is an educational program that delves into the biology and science behind donation and transplantation. We talk with Ken and Anne from Donor Alliance, the organization who created the program. Remarkably, this story begins with Ken telling us how he was NOT a proponent for donation. Hear why he changed his mind a…
 
Show Notes: Can donation cure type 1 diabetes? You don't want to miss this story filled with love and resilience! On episode 138, Kristine Neal from We Are Sharing Hope South Carolina joins our hosts to chat about their work in South Carolina. Kristine is joined by volunteer and pancreas recipient, Kim Perkins, who has been cured of type 1 diabetes…
 
Suggested Donation sits down with great Artist and philosopher Anthony Mastromatteo for a stimulating and thoughtful conversation. The episode was recorded way back in November at the Figurative Artist Convention Expo. We chat about Anthony’s beginnings studying mathematics at Princeton University, working for Sotheby’s, his love for philosophy and…
 
Show Notes: Glenna and Amanda Frey are the mother and daughter power team who founded the non-profit Kidney Donor Conversations. They are using their career backgrounds and personal experiences with Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) to help educate the public about living kidney donation and make it easier to understand. Sara explains toxic positivit…
 
Show Notes: Have you ever seen something about donation on TV and thought, no, that’s wrong? Donate Life Hollywood’s founder, Tenaya Wallace, tells us about the Donate Life Hollywood Activate App. Through this app (available in the Apple or Google Play app stores) people can respond immediately to a negative storyline, support a positive storyline,…
 
Ted, Tony and Jay have a great remote conversation with Chris Prynoski, animator, director, producer and president and founder of Titmouse. The boys reminisce about their days at MTV when they all worked together on shows like Beavis and Butthead and various other projects before Chris and his wife opening up Titmouse studios in LA that has created…
 
Ted and Tony have a great discussion with the talented painter Zoey Frank remotely. They talk about the recent change in everyone's life and how they all are dealing with the current situation, Zoey's formal education, a look into her technique, how her work has evolved over the years and the success of recent online teaching. Enjoy the chat and st…
 
We had the pleasure to sit down and chat with the talented artist Teresa Oaxaca. We find out about her journey to becoming a professional artist, studying classical painting in Italy, what inspires her unique personal style and how it influences her great paintings in this lively episode. We hope you enjoy the conversation as much as we did.…
 
Show Notes: Our friend Chuck Stinson from MORA, Mississippi Organ Recovery Agency, guest hosts with Lori to share a special story with us. Mary Margaret Hyer, Miss Mississippi 2019, joins to share her unique connection to organ, tissue and eye donation which became her platform, Advocate, Celebrate, Donate. Then they honor a hero from their state, …
 
Show Notes: Our friend Chuck Stinson from MORA, Mississippi Organ Recovery Agency, is our guest host, sharing a special story about an organ donor from Mississippi. Chuck welcomes David Wilbanks, father of Walker Wilbanks, who explains how a brief conversation about his son’s decision to be a donor impacted five different communities. We also honor…
 
We lost a legend last week, Daniel Greene. We recorded a podcast with him late last year at the FACE conference. Our condolences go out to Daniel Greene’s family, especially Wende who helped us with the recording. We hope this episode will be a welcome reminder of a sage voice to those who knew Daniel and an introduction to one of the greatest port…
 
Show Notes: On episode 132 we talk to our friend, colleague, professional athlete and two-time heart recipient, Simon Keith. Simon worked at Nevada Donor Network and now leads the Simon Keith Foundation, aiming to provide financial support primarily to kids who had a life-saving organ transplant and have a desire to return to an active lifestyle. T…
 
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