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Interview: Gorman connects aid with need in Sumatra

SITKA, ALASKA Mark Gorman's last day of work for SEARCH was September 30. About a week later, the former vice president of Community Health was working in Padang, Sumatra providing relief to earthquake victims. Gorman talks with KCAW's Robert Woolsey about his rapid transition to a new career in global relief work (extended interview).
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