R.I.P. SI: Do Good Better


I wish I could write a eulogy in place of this post.  SI: DGB, you will be sorely missed. But alas, life moves forward!  With a handful of committed new social innovators ready… Continue reading

The Beginning is the End is the Beginning


I think one reason I have enjoyed this class so much is because the things I have learned have been applicable to me in a uniquely personal way. It’s hard to summarize a… Continue reading

“Stay in the Game Long Enough to Play” – Todd Manwarring


I love change.  I love creation.  I love innovation. I love when a thing (a technology, system, or paradigm, whether “good” or “bad”) is disrupted by a new or improved thing and causes… Continue reading

The End: Highlights and Questions


Imagine sitting in an office cubicle, looking out the window away from your computer screen flickering the most recent version of the power point you’re working on, wondering if there’s a more meaningful… Continue reading

The End of the Beginning


The Do Good Better class experience this semester has been invaluable and life shaping for me and even though it has come to an end I feel like it is really just the… Continue reading

A Pair of Jeans


Social entrepreneurship is that magical pair of jeans that fits each body shape, size and curve. If every person included some element of social entrepreneurship in his/her job, could you imagine where the… Continue reading

If there was a vague reward.


Funny I get asked this question now.  This is the first time in my adult life that I have had a faint idea of what I would be doing with my life for… Continue reading

I Want to Be a Good Person


The more and more I think about my life, the more I realize that my central desire is one basic thing:  to be a good person.  I want to be a good person! … Continue reading

Whatever I’m doing, I’m wearing a Snuggie.


Honestly, career-wise I don’t know where I will be in 20 years (this was by far my hardest assignment). Knowing that I am a Classics major, that probably isn’t surprising. However, 20 years… Continue reading

20 years into awesomeness (hopefully)


It’s interesting that I’m writing about a blogpost about where I’ll be in 20 years when I don’t even know where I’ll be this next summer, or this weekend for that matter! But… Continue reading

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