I wanted to share this interview today for a few reasons. First, because I've known Jordan Wiley for more than 10 years and have wanted to had him on the podcast since I started, but because of all the amazing work he does, he's not usually in one place for long. We had the opportunity to sit down last week and talk and I was inspired by all that MSF/Doctors Without Borders does to help those who need it, and the dedication of individuals to ensure quality medical care is available to all. Secondly, I have been reading about the ceremonies taking place today to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda. Reading the stories of survivors and hearing about the atrocities they've faced are at times overwhelming. It's during these times of horror, when we feel like we're worlds away and can't do anything to help, that I'm reminded that we can provide support to those taking care of the victims and survivors. To hear Jordan speak about his work, his passion and empathy for those he works to help is evident. Perhaps one day, we will no longer have to use words like "conflicts" or "genocide", but until that is a reality, I am grateful that organizations like MSF/Doctors Without Borders (and people like Jordan) are available to offer assistance to people based on need, regardless of race, religion, gender or political affiliation.