This weekend The Irish Examiner launches a new podcast: The Moments That Made Me.
This is a podcast that asks people not where they are now, but rather how they got there.
Most interviews focus on the now, there might be a new book, a new TV show to talk about - but we want to dig a little deeper.
We ask people to take a walk through their lives and pick the key points, good or bad, personal or professional, that shaped their lives: the moments that made them.
This week, Sonya Lennon joins Vickie Maye to talk about five defining moments in her life.
She talks about home and career - from her shock at learning she was expecting twins, to the life-long friendship she forged with Brendan Courtney after a producer paired them on Off The Rails.
She speaks about her mission to bring equality to our workplaces - and reflects on the difficult decision to put her mother into residential care as her dementia progressed.
This is the Sonya Lennon you've never had the opportunity to meet before.