“What I have in mind is the ability to be effective, to make a difference in the world, and the right to be taken seriously, together as much as individually.” – Mary Beard Over the past decades, women’s leadership in public life has increased significantly throughout the world. Yet the opportunities are far from equal.Continue reading “Together as much as individually: a gender-responsive leadership development”
Oprah Winfrey is one of the most recognizable faces in the United States. As an American talk show host, television producer, actress, author, and philanthropist, she is considered an iconic Black woman, along with other successful examples like Michelle Obama and Serena Williams. However, their easy face recognition by humans is not equally done byContinue reading “Promise of New Technologies against the Peril of Racial Bias”
Can a community move past its history of conflicts, social injustices, and political polarization to find a common goal in building a better future? Every two or four years, we hope that civil society as a united entity will exercise its democratic job of electing new representatives that will lead us to this journey. ButContinue reading “Lessons from Greensboro: learning community for civic engagement”
In this project, two colleagues and I had one driving question: how can we support undergraduate minority students who want to create social positive impact in their communities? Impackt‘s prototype presents the idea of a social entrepreneurship learning platform and online community, in which learners can get connected to resources from social entrepreneurs to fundingContinue reading “Impackt: design thinking process to build a social entrepreneurship learning platform”
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