Oct 23 2016

Volunteer Spotlight: Cynthia”Cee Cee” Barron

By | October 23rd, 2016|Voices|0 Comments

  Interview with Cynthia McGee Barron. Written by Intern Tenzin Palbar   Tell me a little bit about yourself? My name is Cynthia McGee Barron, and I am also known as Cee Cee. I have two adult children, Trimona age 31, with my twenty months old granddaughter Taylor Monae, and my nephew whom my ex-husband [...]

Aug 17 2016

Meet Neil, one of Gateway Center’s summer interns in 2016

By | August 17th, 2016|Voices|0 Comments

Interview with Neil, by Tenzin Palbar Neil was born to a Chinese Immigrant family in New York, who currently lives in Pennsylvania. He is studying Political science at Bucknell University right now, and intern here at Gateway for the summer. What were you like when you were a kid, and how was your childhood?  I [...]

Aug 11 2016

Meet D. One of Gateway’s shining stars

By | August 11th, 2016|Voices|0 Comments

D is just one of our shining stars at Gateway Center. Check out this interview with him.   Tell me a little about yourself? D: My name is Demethris Hester. 53 year old black male who is loving life today and the things I am doing to help other folks change their lives. Every day [...]

Jul 18 2016

Meet Phyllis! Our Longest Serving Individual Volunteer

By | July 18th, 2016|Volunteers|0 Comments

Phyllis Rowe is a retired government employee and refugee center worker. A self-proclaimed full time volunteer, she has experience working with the Gateway Center and other organizations on a regular basis. She has made a lifelong commitment to serving others in the community. Hi Phyllis, can you tell me about your background? I'm from New [...]

Jul 5 2016

Meet Tenzin! Gateway’s Summer Intern

By | July 5th, 2016|Voices, Volunteers|0 Comments

This summer, Gateway is lucky to have two amazing interns from Emory University. First, meet Tenzin!  Our Awesome Interns Bonding (aw!) What city where you born in? Describe your childhood home. T: I was born in a South Indian town called Mundgod (may be spelling this wrong). My childhood was nice. First born [...]

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