One Small Step: East Coast transplants discuss the role of government

Yarzab and Muromcew share their beliefs and opinions about libertarianism and communitarianism, capitalism and socialism.
Alex Muromcew and Kelsey Yarzab have both been active in public service and advocacy in Teton County. (Alyson Spery/KHOL)

by | Oct 30, 2023 | People

KHOL continues with our StoryCorps initiative to connect Jackson Hole locals together for one-on-one conversations. One Small Step brings people with different beliefs into the recording studio to talk and discover common ground. This week we share with you a conversation between Kelsey Yarzab and Alex Muromcew. Yarzab, a progressive young professional, moved to Jackson a few years ago after college. Like Muromcew, she is originally from the East Coast. Muromcew and his family moved to Jackson over a decade ago. Muromcew works in finance and Yarzab in the non-profit sector.

Listen above for a snippet of their conversation or to the full conversation on StoryCorps’ website.

StoryCorps’ One Small Step and the Radio Station Hubs are made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.


We are hosting a free public listening event on Nov 1 at the Center for the Arts.

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