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Adele Craft

  • Hosts Sarah Fedishen of the Aspen Hope Center and Zenobia Todd, AZYEP intern, talk with licensed social worker Patti Present about mental health amongst teens and children in the Roaring Fork Valley. Patti draws from her many years of experience as an educator and social worker.
  • On this month's episode of My Own Two Hands, hosts Adele Craft and Adrian Fielder talk with Heather Exby, Colorado Mountain College Vice President and Campus Dean about her time at CMC, her breadth of experience in education, and community wide sustainability on a college campus.
  • On this month's episode of Brain Garden, host Jenell Hilderbrand talks with Jimmy Elsen about meditation, kayaking, and his mother's Alzheimer's disease diagnosis.
  • Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program interns Esmeralda Alverde Duarte and Zenobia Todd talk with guests Erin Loftus and Molly DeMarr of Challenge Aspen. They discuss outdoor recreation, inclusivity, and accessibility for individuals with disabilities.
  • On this month's episode of Dimensions in Diversity, host Kaleb Cook interviews Corey Mineo and Mason Hohstadt about the upcoming accessibility and inclusion summit on April 15th. They discuss the history of their efforts and how you can get involved to better support the Roaring Fork Valley disability community.
  • Kids Corner is the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program's family radio hour created by kids, for kids. Our theme this month is "Silly Things". During this program, you will hear great songs inspired by our theme, a read-aloud book, recipe ideas, poems, an art project, and much more!
  • On this month's episode of My Own Two Hands, host Adele Craft talks with Janell Togno, CMC Sustainability graduate, about her experience at the Earthship Academy in Taos, New Mexico. They discuss sustainable building and mental wellness.
  • On this month's episode of Brain Garden, host Jenell Hilderbrand talks with Basalt High School senior Yazmin Ramos about anxiety, stress, mindfulness, going to therapy, and the power of family relationships.
  • For this episode of "When I Grow Up," middle school students from Ross Montessori School partnered with the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program to learn about the career of a fencing coach. They interviewed Roaring Fork Fencers Club head coach Greg Domashovetz and student fencer, Faye.
  • On this month’s episode of Dimensions in Diversity, host Kaleb Cook speaks with Kayla Holthouse of Ascendigo Adventures Program. They talk about autism, adaptive adventures, and the neurodivergent movement. Support for Dimensions in Diversity comes from AspenOUT. In-kind support comes from Cook Inclusive Company.