A first look at our annual issue!
Michael Sean Wright of Santa Ana, founder of Wound Walk OC, offers help and kindness to people living on the streets.
Newport Beach native and food blogger Justine Okajima’s diagnosis led her to prioritize her health and rediscover her passions.
Nancy Daisy Dodd of Fullerton is a physician at Kaiser Permanente who specializes in pediatrics and infectious diseases. She was recognized by the Orange County Medical Association as among the most accomplished and caring physicians in the county.
Yvette Paz of Huntington Beach uses her experience to encourage other young people to take the disease seriously.
Hawken Miller of Newport Beach is a budding journalist living with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
After Amy Rosenberg, an ER nurse at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach, learned she had breast cancer, her father, Ken, got tested and his pancreatic cancer was discovered early.
Dr. Justin West, an Orange County plastic surgeon, describes his 3-year-old son’s genetic seizure disorder and the search for treatment.
Elaine Dolalas and Michael Nailat reach a diverse, far-flung audience with their podcast, “This Filipino American Life.”
Chapman alum (’06) Ashley Faatoalia has showcased his tenor tones at opera houses around the world—and released a pop album.
A giant in the American bicycle industry, the Orange County brand is back and bigger than ever.
“It occurred to me that I was asking extra questions just to talk with another human being—dragging out my choice so I could keep chatting.”
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