Off Mute with Mel
Episode 116 of The Path to Authenticity features a conversation with Dr. Melissa Mireles. Melissa is a college professor and hospital administrator in Dallas, Texas. You’ll hear about her creative project, Off Mute with Mel, in which she casts light on and tells stories of people from various backgrounds. She also talks about her family and childhood and how those things, along with growing up in south Texas, have influenced her life and career. Enjoy, and be nice. -tg
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