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Joanne Demchok

Joanne Demchok grew up in Silver Spring, Maryland, just inside the Washington D.C. beltway. Politics held no interest for her, however. The daughter of Palestinian immigrants decided early on that she wanted to be a doctor. Preferably a pediatrician, because she loved children.

Sometimes life doesn’t deal us the cards we want, though, and Demchok didn’t go to medical school. Instead, she got a Bachelor’s degree in Medical Technology from the University of Maryland at Baltimore (UMAB) and went to work in the clinical Microbiology Lab at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda. It was the early 1980s, and HIV was a new and frightening virus; people were suddenly contracting unusual infections that had been previously unknown in medical science.

Demchok went back to UMAB, studying biomedical research and earning a Master of Science degree. She then joined the National Cancer Institutes (NCI) Pediatric Oncology Laboratory and helped to implement new ways to treat and prevent fungal infections in pediatric cancer and AIDS patients. It was fascinating work that indirectly allowed her to help sick children.

Demchok hasn’t stopped wanting to help children, though. She currently supports an educational scholarship group and opens her home as host for two international college students, both academically gifted and both from very limited means.

The service that seems to provide her the most gratification, however, is a kids’ winter coat drive that she started 15 years ago after learning that underprivileged children were trudging to school during the frigid D.C. winters without coats.


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James Williams

Nobody would look at James Williams’ childhood and call it charmed. As a matter of fact, you’d be hard-pressed to predict any kind of a future for kids born into the abject poverty of Cleveland, Ohio in the 1960s.

Little James’ early life was no better than most, and often worse. Living in the neglected inner city, he was raised with his three younger siblings by a single mother, the victim of domestic violence. James witnessed that violence at the tender age of six. Instead of following in those footsteps, however, he took a different path: One of humility, hard work, and humor.

His chosen path worked. There were bumps along the way, without a doubt. But James’ mother had instilled in him a confidence and a vision. He had goals, and they did not include repeating the hardships and cruelty that he had experienced.

With every step backward, James grew smarter about how to proceed. He learned that he had to ask questions, protect his own interests, and make wise decisions whether life was treating him fairly or not. He learned not to compare himself negatively to more fortunate peers. Most of all, he took steps to achieve his goals: An educated life, a happy family, and financial independence.


Other interviews and business and empowerment articles included in this issue!

  • Tony Dovale: Your Biggest Challenge May Be Your Greatest Gift
  • John Raye Smith: If You Believe You Can Do It, The “How” Will Come
  • Food and Nutrition: Nourish the Mind, Body and Soul
  • From Regret to Fear: Keeping Your Emotions About Money In Check
  • Prospecting and Networking: Empower Yourself to Take Control of Your Destiny
  • And much more!

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