We are all whole human beings with complex identities and none of us can be defined solely by the work that we do. Our identities and our roles intersect continuously. I am a feminist and social justice advocate. I like to create and build things. My tool kit is sales and marketing. I am anContinue reading “Unapologetically, Myself“
I spent the last year of my life helping people find their joy – in fact, it was part of my job description. Now, in the face of an unanticipated setback, the profound sense of joy I found in helping others is grounding me in gratitude in the face of tumult and change. Throughout myContinue reading “Finding Joy in the Tumult”
I have long identified social justice as a core value. There was never a “moment” of decision or clarity, it’s always been there, an integral part of who I am. Living my values has meant engaging with my whole heart in a multitude of roles – as a donor, an advocate, a volunteer and throughContinue reading “Social Justice for Everyone. Really”
A career is a journey not an endpoint.
Non-profits are always important but in a pandemic they are absolutely essential.
Late to the game, but I’m now understanding that a professional life can mean real world impact that measures more than profit and loss. While I come to this with some insights and transferable skills, I also know I have much to learn, and that’s honestly the best part.