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Conversations with Counselor Mandy: Inspired Stories of HOPE! Ginger Wagoner

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Mandy Eppley is thrilled to interview award winning photographic artist, Ginger Wagoner, in this episode of Hope is Now. They will be speaking in depth about how service and the fight for justice is an integral part of her life and her art, and how this ties into Step 6 of The Model of Heart-Centered Grief.

An award winning photographic artist, Ginger dedicates herself to creating soulful, intimate, and meaningful portraits. One of Ginger’s clients sums up: “The great thing about using Ginger for your photography is that you know you’re supporting all the great work that she does in the community. She works with breast cancer survivors, creates portraits of children with life-threatening illnesses and for families who lose a child at birth, volunteers building homes with Habitat, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg!”

In addition to her photographic work, Ginger is zealous about promoting social justice for women, children, different ethnicities, and same-gender couples. Together, she and her 13-year-old daughter launched JusticeSeeders.com, a site with wearable art calling attention to and raising money for these causes.

Ginger’s artwork is held in private collections across the US, Australia, Italy, & France. She has held positions at the White House, with Time Life, Inc. and with a celebrity photographer in NYC.  You can visit her website at www.psphotoart.com.

 

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