Introducing: The True Neighbor Podcast

We are incredibly excited to announce the launch of our new podcast, The True Neighbor Podcast (inspired by this quote by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.). Each episode will feature someone on the front lines of the COVID-19 response effort—public officials, teachers, nurses, small business owners, students, physicians, coaches, cashiers, and postal workers, to name a few. They are the true heroes, and their stories of hope and courage deserve to be told. 

The True Neighbor Podcast is also available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

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The True Neighbor Podcast: Episode 10

What does leadership look like in the medical field during a pandemic?

Today’s episode is with Dr. Jeff Miller, Chief of Dermatology at the Penn State Hershey Medical Center. As you’ll hear from Dr. Miller, overseeing an entire medical department during a crisis requires a commitment to human connection, honesty, and hope. His insights on leadership are lessons that everyone – regardless of age or profession – should adopt during these trying times.

We also discuss the future of the medical profession. What will the health care industry look like post-pandemic, and in what ways has the medical field changed its approach in order to address the coronavirus?

Those questions and more, on today’s episode.

The True Neighbor Podcast: Episode 08

 

Today’s true neighbor, Blake Lynch, is leading the food distribution program in Harrisburg during the COVID-19 pandemic. In the past 2 weeks alone, his efforts have resulted in 100,000 pounds of food being given to thousands of families in Harrisburg.

The True Neighbor Podcast: Episode 07

 

Ricky Quintero has been preparing for this moment his entire life.

An immigrant from Columbia, Ricky moved to the US at the age of 13. He navigated 9/11, a Great Recession, and extreme political turmoil. He overcame discrimination and injustice. And now he is on the front lines of York City’s COVID-19 response effort as the chief aide to Mayor Michael Helfrich.