sara agah franti

sara franti

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life is better when you do it for love – aug 2016 – 14 min podcast

http://wamc.org/post/1414-life-better-when-you-do-it-love

2 min – living a life of service..

do it for the love.. combining my medical and michael’s music

10 min – music is universal language

musicophilia

the music instinct (d0c)

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life is better with you (Michael‘s proposal)

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http://www.doitforthelove.org/theteam

As an emergency room nurse, Sara Agah, has witnessed patients in their most vulnerable moments. She has seen the demands that terminal illness asks of family members and close friends and has pledged her life to taking care of people when they are in times of greatest medical need.

Sara says, “In my work and in my own family I’ve seen firsthand the toll that living with life-threatening medical conditions takes on both patients and their loved ones.  I’ve also seen how families rally together and grow stronger in these times.  Through Do It For The Love we want to provide the opportunity for healing to take place, families to bond together, care providers to get a welcomed break and for lifelong memories to be made – all through the experience of live music!”

Sara has traveled and has done relief nursing work all over the world, including Haiti, Philippines and Indonesia. Her passion for positive living inspired her to start SaraLua Designs, an eco-conscious jewelry line. Her motto is: “Be your best! Serve the greater good! Rock out wherever you are!” www.saralua.com

In addition to her work in health and healing, she is also the owner and creative director of SaraLua Designs a sustainable jewelry line that is meant to inspire individuality, be made from sustainable and recycled materials that are good for the planet, and encourage the wearer to live free.

Sara is dedicated to making a positive impact on the lives of others. Her passion has driven her to pursue her Masters in Public Health, which she hopes to use as a platform to concentrate on health promotion and policy change. Her work, life, and play are influenced by her mantra “Be your best. Serve the greater good. Rock out wherever you are.”

http://www.employerhealthcarecongress.com/speakers/sara-agah-franti/

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