Zach Firestone – How often do we look at and see ourselves?

12 November 2015 | Comment Here

Zach grew up in suburban Detroit. He talked his way out of too many detentions, but made up for it volunteering for children with special needs at The Friendship Circle. He went to college at Michigan State, is a kosher restaurant connoisseur and has the travel bug – adventure over everything, In 2013, Zach co-Founded, a website that allows […]

Dana Sender-Mulla – Who am I and does my work reflect my identity?

3 September 2016 | Comment Here

Dana Sender-Mulla is the Israel Director for JWRP – Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project and a Schusterman Foundation Fellow. Before joining JWRP, Dana worked as the Director of Garin Tzabar, the Director of the StandWithUs Fellowship and before that as the Youth Leadership Program Director for OneVoice Israel. In 2006, Dana founded an Israeli NGO called Tzemach – a student led, […]

Alex McIntosh // How can we fashion a better future?

23 February 2013 | Comment Here

Alex is part of the Centre for Sustainable Fashion at London College of Fashion; he began his career in film, writing and producing features, shorts and music videos, he then moved to marketing and brand development for creative businesses and developed a specific interest and focus on fashion and sustainability. He is an inspirational speaker and has facilitated numerous group […]

Nicole Riggs // Making Change Occur

5 June 2015 | Comment Here

“What do you really know?” Nicole Riggs founded Make It Happen to create impactful multimedia campaigns to help organizations effectively share their vision of change with their audience, targeting corporate philanthropy departments, special events and social media campaigns. She is a graduate of Goucher College with a degree in Public Policy and resides in New York City with her four […]

Mina Bahadur // Where will your decisions lead you?

9 April 2015 | Comment Here

Mina Bahadur is a research assistant at Chatham House, which is an independent policy institute whose mission is to help build a sustainably secure, prosperous and just world. Prior to this, she worked at NATO headquarters in Brussels after graduating from King’s College London with a master’s degree from the War Studies department. As an undergraduate, she studied Social Anthropology. […]

Kevin O’Connell // What is Your Niche?

26 February 2014 | Comment Here

Kevin O’Connell, a social media strategist, consultant, speaker and founder of The Niche Movement – the movement to help young people avoid employment unhappiness through intentional conversations and motivational interviewing. Currently, Kevin serves as the Assistant Director of Marketing & Social Media for Rutgers University Recreation department. Event date: 11/13/13 Host: Rutgers University – part of Rutgers Student Life […]

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