Animal Rescue: Stories about animals who need our help
This week we present two stories from people who got called into action to save an animal they didn’t know they’d be called to save.
Part 1: While running an errand, Andrea Azarian happens upon a lost horse that needs her help.
Part 2: Left in charge of the farm for the first time, Gwynne Hogan panics when a goat goes into labor.
Andrea Azarian has an undergraduate degree in Public Administration and Political Science from UW-LaCrosse. She completed her teacher certification and Master’s degree in Education at Alverno College. Andrea taught English, Math, Reading, and Family and Consumer Education in grades 5-8 in Milwaukee Public Schools before coming to UWM. She has been at UWM as an Academic Advisor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction for twelve years.
Her time outside of work is spent traveling with her friends and family laughing and being present in the moment.
Gwynne Hogan is a reporter and producer in the WNYC newsroom who seems to keep ending up covering disease and communities from measles to COVID-19. She's also a proud assistant on Story Collider podcast production team and is excited to make her virtual storytelling debut with the show.
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