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People and organizations making positive change in Rochester, part 2

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We were flooded with feedback after last month's discussion about people and organizations making positive change in the community, so we've decided to bring it back. This month, we highlight a new group of do-gooders who discuss their work and their goals for helping others:

  • "Batman," student at the Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Eric Eagan, founder and president of #TrailsRoc
  • Jordin Paige, lead consultant and organizer for Being Black in the Burbs
  • Ashley Anderson, president of Hearthside Cats
  • Jaime Erskine-Pettit, co-founder of Dreams from Drake
  • Ashley Cross, Ed.D., executive director and hope giver for The Hub 585
  • Carol St. George, Ed.D., founder of Project READ, and professor of teaching and curriculum at the Warner School of Education at the University of Rochester
  • Van Stanley, owner of People's Choice Kitchen, and community activist
Evan Dawson is the host of "Connections with Evan Dawson." He joined WXXI in January 2014 after working at 13WHAM-TV, where he served as morning news anchor. He was hired as a reporter for 13WHAM-TV in 2003 before being promoted to anchor in 2007.
Megan Mack is the executive producer of "Connections with Evan Dawson" and live/televised engagement programming.
Emmarae Stein is the production assistant for "Connections with Evan Dawson."