Twenty years ago, while working in refugee camps in the war-torn former Yugoslavia, Dr. Tea Rozman Clark made a commitment to serve those whose lives had been unjustly disrupted by conflict.
Years later, as she visited Srebrenica residents as part of her postgraduate studies at New York University and later University of Nova Gorica, Tea realized the impact of first-person digital story sharing. She co-founded Green Card Voices, an organization that combats stereotypes by empowering immigrants to tell their stories.
Now, she'll sit down with Matt Ehlman of The Numad Group for our January Morning Fill Up on Thursday, January 11 at 7am at The Garage.
The 50-minute discussion goes by quickly, so if you have a question you'd like to hear Tea talk about, please submit it online now. We'll do our very best to ask your question during the conversation.