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Episode 2: Mary Ellen Salamone Focuses on the Unity of 9/12 Not the...
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Publish-date-icon September 21, 2011
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Welcome to the second episode of Pocket Paulson, a podcast dedicated to leveraging optimism to make change work no matter what the age or the challenge. On the 10th anniversary of 9/11, so much was covered on the terrorist attack and in remembering the loss of so many lives on that horrific day. Mary Ellen Salamone lost her husband John on that day. Now, she prefers to celebrate 9/12 and the remembrance of how the community, the country, and the world came together to care and to serve. Since that attack, in an effort to help her three young children cope with the loss of their father, Mary Ellen has been a 9/11 activist. She's has been busy finding ways to give back. She served as president of Families of September 11; she's served on the Board of the National School Center for Crisis and Bereavement; but she's probably most proud of her work with Equine Assisted Therapy. Whether it's in fostering horse/human therapy or speaking to schools, she's interested in turning potential victims into empowered survivors. This podcast is sponsored by terrypaulson.com. But now, sit back and enjoy this interview conducted with Mary Ellen just days before the 10th anniversary of 9/11 on KKZZ 1400 AM Radio in Ventura, CA. Enjoy!

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