Heromakers Podcast

Ian Hockley on Lessons of Loss from Sandy Hook and Building Communities of Heromakers

April 20, 2021 Laurie Nichols & Ann Chow Season 2 Episode 13
Heromakers Podcast
Ian Hockley on Lessons of Loss from Sandy Hook and Building Communities of Heromakers
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Heromakers Podcast
Ian Hockley on Lessons of Loss from Sandy Hook and Building Communities of Heromakers
Apr 20, 2021 Season 2 Episode 13
Laurie Nichols & Ann Chow

In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, we talk with Ian Hockey, co-founder and executive director of Dylan's Wings of Change and the Wingman program. In December 2012, Ian's life changed forever when he lost his son, Dylan, in the Sandy Hook shooting. Here, Ian shares about those early moments, the butterfly effect, and why grief is powerful but love more so. Grief, Ian says, is love with nowhere to go.

In this episode, we  dive into some of the hero traits like authenticity, courage, and empathy, and talk about the incredible initiative Ian is leading to empower a generation and communities to embrace change and love and goodness for the sake of others. 

We invite you to support what Ian and his team are doing and to keep fighting for empathy and courage as we navigate these difficult times we are in. 

You can find Dylan's Wings of Change on IG @thewingmanprogram and on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Dylanswingsofchange. Their website is: https://www.dylanswingsofchange.org.

Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: https://www.heromakersmovement.com.

We are also on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuVDFP8jEcv5bdhr8VLzXjA.

Like us and follow us today!

And share this episode with your friends.

We are now on PATREON and we would love if you would join our growing community! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement

Show Notes

In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, we talk with Ian Hockey, co-founder and executive director of Dylan's Wings of Change and the Wingman program. In December 2012, Ian's life changed forever when he lost his son, Dylan, in the Sandy Hook shooting. Here, Ian shares about those early moments, the butterfly effect, and why grief is powerful but love more so. Grief, Ian says, is love with nowhere to go.

In this episode, we  dive into some of the hero traits like authenticity, courage, and empathy, and talk about the incredible initiative Ian is leading to empower a generation and communities to embrace change and love and goodness for the sake of others. 

We invite you to support what Ian and his team are doing and to keep fighting for empathy and courage as we navigate these difficult times we are in. 

You can find Dylan's Wings of Change on IG @thewingmanprogram and on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Dylanswingsofchange. Their website is: https://www.dylanswingsofchange.org.

Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: https://www.heromakersmovement.com.

We are also on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuVDFP8jEcv5bdhr8VLzXjA.

Like us and follow us today!

And share this episode with your friends.

We are now on PATREON and we would love if you would join our growing community! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement