Our executive director Gennie Diaz sat down with Interform’s Ro on the Radio to discuss whether or not one’s vote really matters. Spoiler alert: it does.

The political landscape can be confusing. Who to vote for, why we should vote and wondering if our vote really counts are common questions that need direct answers. This episode, Ro talks with Founder + Executive Director of For AR People, Gennie Diaz, about the impact of voting and what you can to do to educate yourself about the process.

About Ro on the Radio: Ro Bailey is a former radio personality, veteran, and model who joined INTERFORM as the Communications Manager in October 2020. Born in California and raised in East Tennessee, Bailey moved to Fayetteville in 2012 with her son True and has enjoyed living and working in Northwest Arkansas. Shortly after moving to NWA, she became involved with Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week in 2015 as a runway and editorial model. By 2017, she became NWAFW’s Assistant Director of Modeling where she mentors new models and trains them in how to walk confidently on the runway, build their portfolios, prioritize their health and safety, and expand their brands. With her background in radio, Bailey currently hosts INTERFORM podcast, a biweekly podcast with a fresh perspective on current events with insightful guests and thought-provoking episodes. In less than a year, INTERFORM podcast had over 500 downloads. Ro strives to be an asset to her family and her community through cultivating diversity and visibility for local models.