ATMI senior producer Daisy Carter in Washington D.C. for the 2021 presidential inauguration.
February might be the shortest month of the year, but that doesn’t mean our radio show is any less jam-packed. This episode features interviews with Dr. Anne Zink, staff at Covenant House Alaska, a school counselor at Hanshew Middle School, plus a story about a water taxi helping to deliver the coronavirus vaccine, Daisy Carter talking about her recent trip to D.C., and much more!
Hosts: Danielle DuClos and Quinn White
News: Ezra Dan
Events: Cornilius Nelson
Covenant House Alaska Interview
ATMI senior producer Quinn White speaks with Heidi Huppert and Josh Louwerse, senior program officers at Covenant House Alaska, about how the pandemic is affecting homeless and at-risk youth, and how the organization is adjusting to meet these new challenges.
Daisy’s Trip to Washington D.C.
ATMI senior producer Daisy Carter traveled to Washington D.C. for the 2021 Presidential Inauguration. She drops by the radio show to tell Danielle and Quinn about her experiences there.
ATMI producer Danielle DuClos speaks with Alaska’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Anne Zink, about the coronavirus vaccine, health and safety precautions moving forward, and the role that Alaska youth can play in keeping our community safe.
Mako’s Water Taxi
ATMI senior producer Sam Bernitz spoke with Captain Curt Jackson of Mako’s Water Taxi in Homer, about helping to transport the coronavirus vaccine to Seldovia.
ATMI senior producer Quinn White speaks with Cycelia McMorris, a school counselor at Hanshew Middle School, about how the pandemic is affecting youth’s mental health, the challenges of connecting with students remotely, and building up a strong support system and community for all students.