As an educator, counselor, researcher, and filmmaker, Paul is a strong asset to the Life Recorded program. He drives much-needed energy into the program, especially during the COVID-19 global pandemic when he created Life Recorded: Multimodal Conversations. This allowed the project to thrive despite limited access to patients. Paul takes a cross-departmental, diversity-based, holistic approach to support patients, families, & care team members. He considers himself fortunate to work with the talented team at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.
I am excited to have a career that utilizes all of my skills, education, experience and passion.Paul
Marina is an exceptionally valued volunteer staff member of Roswell Park’s Spiritual Care department. She has supported Life Recorded since the program’s first recordings that were completed in 2015. Marina’s gentle personality offers storytellers a tranquil experience as they share their stories. She is known for her kindness and selflessness. She commutes to volunteer at Roswell from her home outside of Rochester, which she shares with her husband who founded “Bread Time Stories.” Traveling to Roswell Park each week is just one example of Marina’s devotion to her ministry as a Life Recorded facilitator.
A Story, meaningful and true. Life Recorded, let's include You!Marina
Carol is a Life Recorded “pioneer,” having supported the program since it was founded. Her efforts have helped form the foundation of the work we do. She is as hard-working and resilient as she is intuitive and empathetic. Carol lives in Buffalo’s Southtowns with her partner and their beloved dogs, all of whom enjoy RV camping in the summer. What sets Carol apart is her drive to do things well and to be immensely considerate to those she works with on the team and to those she guides as a Life Recorded facilitator. We are lucky to have Carol as one of the bedrocks of the program.
As human beings, we love stories. Our own story is no less important than any other.Carol