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Sarah's guest would be Tony Bartoli, an anti bullying speaker who educate students around the United States about the importance of not being a bystander, he also shares his personal experience with the subject and why it is such an important topic to get out into the community and have discussions about.
Sarah Sweeney has always been interested in who people are, and what makes them tick – their story. This is the main reason why she decided to go to the field of social work. She received her bachelor's degree in social work from the University of New Hampshire, and her Masters degree in social work from Tulane University. Your story or your experiences help to shape the way the way that you view the world around you. Her story is not all that different than most, as long and you take the opportunity to scratch below the surface.
Sarah has Cerebral Palsy and with all the trials and triumphs that she has faced she believes that it is important to continue to climb the ladder with determination because that is the only way that change is going to be made. Sarah's ultimate goal is to be able to fulfill her dream of working with children, ultimately children with life changing illnesses or disabilities as well as working closely with their families, because it is important to realize that one's story affects the entire family unit.
You can learn more about Sarah at https://www.facebook.com/sarah.sweeney.5205
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