Delivering Aid 

After losing her job more than 15 years ago, Lisa Hopper decided to help the world

After she was laid off from a radiology-technology development firm in Tucson in 1996, Lisa Hopper jumped into her car and drove aimlessly into the desert. She eventually parked, got out of the car, and began to sob. There in the desert,…

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