Alabama Public Television Video: Face To Face With Lori Cummings Video episodes of Face To Face With Lori Cummings from Alabama Public Television. Foster Care; Adoption DHR representative discusses foster care and adoption. Foster Care; Adoption nonadult Alabama Public Television TBA nonadult Alabama Public Television Lee Cullum Lee Cullum is a journalist who contributes columns to the Dallas Morning News and commentaries to the National Public Radio station in North Texas. She also is host of CEO, a series of interviews with leaders from the world of business, produced by the PBS station in Dallas-Fort Worth. Cullum has done regular commentary for the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer and National Public Radio's All Things Considered. She was editor of the editorial page of the Dallas Times Herald and edited D Magazine, which during her tenure won a National Magazine Award. In addition, Cullum has done political analysis for the CBS affiliate in north Texas. She has hosted Conversations, a series of biographical interviews with major newsmakers for the PBS station in that area. She has appeared on Nightline, CNN, MSNBC and on various television programs in Europe. She also has conducted seminars on journalism in Central and Eastern Europe and moderated panels for the World Economic Forum in Davos. Her written work includes an article on the implications of Hurricane Katrina for Aspenia, the quarterly journal of Aspen Institute Italia. She has spoken to press associations in Texas, Minnesota and New England; to committees on foreign relations in Houston, San Francisco, Phoenix and Tulsa; and to the International Women's Forum in Dallas. Cullum worked as a reporter and then executive producer and on‑air moderator of Newsroom, a nightly program on the PBS affiliate in Dallas. She also developed several productions for broadcast on PBS including a profile of Lillian Hellman that was nominated for an Emmy. Cullum anchored the Election Specials that won the Columbia DuPont Broadcast Journalism Award for KERA‑TV. She also has received honorary degrees from the Monterey Institute for International Studies and the University of Puget Sound, the Matrix Award from Women in Communications twice, as well as the Woman of Achiev Lee Cullum nonadult Alabama Public Television Ron Sparks Alabama Agricultural Commissioner Ron Sparks nonadult Alabama Public Television Terry Ballant Alabama Jr. Miss Terry Ballant nonadult Alabama Public Television Randall Williams and Chris Hagler Publisher Randall Williams and author Chris Hagler. Randall Williams and Chris Hagler nonadult Alabama Public Television J. David Sweatt Ph.D Dr. Sweatt received his bachelors degree in Chemistry from the University of South Alabama and his Ph.D. in Pharmacology from Vanderbilt University. He did a post-doctoral Fellowship at the Columbia University Center for Neurobiology and Behavior, working on memory mechanisms in the laboratory of Nobel laureate Eric Kandel. From 1989 until 2006 he was in the Department of Neuroscience at Baylor College of Medicine, rising through the ranks to Professor. At the University of Alabama at Birmingham, he serves as the Director of the Evelyn F. McKnight Brain Research Institute and is the Evelyn F. McKnight Endowed Chair of the Department of Neurobiology. His research focuses on the signal-transduction mechanisms operating to control gene transcription in learning and memory. In addition, his research program also investigates mechanisms of learning and memory disorders, such as mental retardation and aging-related memory dysfunction. He is an associate editor for the Journal of Neuroscience and other scientific journals, and the author of a textbook, Mechanisms of Memory. J. David Sweatt Ph.D nonadult Alabama Public Television Rosalie Lane There is a dire need for viable programs that address job strategies for tough times. The Alabama Cooperative Extension Systems ETP project "Work Force Preparation (WFP): Finding and Securing Employment" responds to this need. County Extension agents, specialists, and community workers will present educational and training support to workers who are seeking opportunities for employment advancement. Rosalie Lane nonadult Alabama Public Television Karen Peterline For Kid One, the mission is simple: transport children and expectant mothers to necessary health care services. Since 1997, Kid One has been fulfilling this mission as the only 501 (c) (3) nonprofit of its kind in the state of Alabama and one of only a handful of nonprofit transportation providers targeting children in the U.S. We are an organization committed to removing transportation as a barrier to quality health care throughout the state of Alabama. From our drivers to our fundraisers, we work daily to ensure that the most vulnerable and needy among us are not abandoned due to their circumstances. Most of us take transportation for granted. We enjoy the luxury of our personal vehicles and never have to concern ourselves with whether or not we can travel from one place to the next. For most of us, transportation is a given. Karen Peterline nonadult Alabama Public Television Please check back with us. nonadult Alabama Public Television Please check back with us. nonadult Alabama Public Television Please check back with us. nonadult Alabama Public Television TBA nonadult Alabama Public Television TBA nonadult Alabama Public Television Dusty Trail Lori speaks about a Shelter for Horses. Dusty Trail nonadult Alabama Public Television Parker Griffith M.D. Board Certified Radiation Oncologist Parker Griffith discusses health issues and prevention. Among his concerns are Alabama’s obesity statistics and the state’s high incidence of lung cancer. Parker Griffith M.D. nonadult Alabama Public Television Prostate Cancer Dr. Thomas Moody joins host Lori Cummings to discuss prostate cancer. Prostate Cancer nonadult Alabama Public Television Attorney David Gespass Attorney David Gespass went to Pakistan as part of a group studying the country’s judicial system. Gespass talks about his journey, what he learned about the operation of the country’s court system and how American’s are viewed in the country. Attorney David Gespass nonadult Alabama Public Television Katy Haycock Dir. Education Trust Katy Haycock is the Director of the Education Trust. The Education Trust began in 1990 to provide a voice for improving the lives of young people. The organization works with teachers on better ways to improve student performance. Haycock visited Alabama to talk about how other places have improved student performance. The A+ Foundation, Montgomery Education Foundation, and Partners in Education brought her to Alabama for a presentation. Katy Haycock Dir. Education Trust nonadult Alabama Public Television Please check back with us. nonadult Alabama Public Television