When it happens that a person takes up the challenge of educating, inspiring, and encouraging others by working on their behalf, we are reminded to look for similar opportunities in our own lives.
Jack and Anne Rudlow established the Gulf Specimen Marine Lab in 1963. The nonprofit organization has received national acclaim for providing marine life to schools and research laboratories, studying endangered species, and conducting research in mariculture. It also is very active in sea turtle rescue and rehabilitation, holding small celebrations every time one recuperates enough to be able to return to the Gulf waters where it belongs. Jack celebrated his 80th birthday on February 15.
In a compilation of conversations from his many appearances on our show, we will hear Jack talk with Brien about his early beginnings, his recognition by the National Geographic Society for his many contributions to science, and his hope for the future expansion of this world-famous lab and exhibit located in Panacea, Florida.
The Commemorative Air Force (CAF) Rise Above “Red Tail” traveling exhibit is devoted to the mission of Inspiring young people to RISE ABOVE adversity using the lessons and stories of the Tuskegee Airmen. The annual presentation of this exhibit in Tallahassee is the work of A.J. Brickler, MD.
Dr. Brckler will talk with Brien about the vital role of this unique organization, and his personal mission to encourage young people to rise above adversity and pursue their ambitions.
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