Chip McGinn served our country for over 21 years as a Special Agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Chip’s responsibilities with the Bureau were vast and included playing a critical role in counter terrorism operations. Chip received special awards for his role as a first responder to the attack’s on 9/11 at the World Trade Center and, most recently, the Boston Marathon bombing. Chip recounts stories from his career, reflects on the importance of public service and shares his unique perspective on the responsibility of protecting our nation in an ever changing world.
Why Let Us Be Mermaids (Excerpt)
“Mermaids have no fear of depths.
Mermaids have a great fear of shallow living..,” – Susan and Michaela Rosen
Susan Rosen is a courageous and inspirational woman. She is the proud mother of two children, a wife to her husband Mark, a blogger and a woman living with Metastatic Breast Cancer. Sue shares her personal story with the goal of spreading awareness about this illness. She refuses to allow her ilness to define her; instead she has made the conscious decision to live her life on her terms. A life filled with love, laughter and joy.
Link to Blog – “Let Is Be Mermaids”
Erin Lynch, Executive Director
Phone: (508) 528-3115
Mike McKenna’s son Michael Ryan McKenna is living with autism. One in forty five Americans are living with this disability but so little is known about it. In this episode of Chapters Mike shares his family’s journey with autism and information on important resources including the New England Center for Children (NECC).
Important Links : Click on
The New England Center for Children
33 Turnpike Road
“Surviving Lasts a Lifetime: a Parents Journey Through Medical Trauma”