Welcome to the second episode in our series "Good Conversations", a podcast with inspiring stories to help you make work more meaningful. In this episode, our host Alessia Cesana is speaking to Cllr Richard Harris, who is a volunteer with Good Works and an Anglican, about the impact of Catholic Social Teaching on his career. Touching upon his past as a Disability Officer for the Student Union of the University of Derby as well as his present work for a major retail company, this episode provides an insight in what it's like to be part of an organisation that is dedicated to something that has Catholic in the name, as a Protestant.
Presented by Alessia Cesana with Cllr Richard Harris. Edited by Alessia Cesana and Richard Harris. Music "Circles" by Greg Aktinson under CC license.
Cllr Richard Harris is a Conservative member of Erewash Borough Council and a former Disability Officer at the Student Union of the University of Derby. He works as a team coordinator in the warehouse of a major British retailer and volunteers with Good Works, helping with the podcast production and the website.
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