Tag Archives: Summer Fellows

Treating Learning and Change as Continuums

Some of my recent blog posts have discussed my desire to make positive changes in both personal mindset and conduct. Last Thursday, another Fellow asked how I was doing with running my personal life like a nonprofit program. I was … Continue reading

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A Professional Living With Parents

When I attended the Fair Trade Campaigns 2018 National Conference in Washington D.C. in March, I was thrilled to meet Ben Conard, a fellow fair trade advocate, whose Tedx Talk had given me inspiration in leading the Fair Trade Campaign … Continue reading

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This is the work.

When I told my friends two years ago that I was moving from Washington, DC to Columbus for graduate school, they often said: Columbus? Ohio? It was then that I started to notice that in movies and TV shows, when … Continue reading

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People and numbers

Earlier this week, after spending four days collecting survey responses the previous weekend at Actors’ Theater’s performances of Captain Blood, I opened up a spreadsheet with data from 86 surveys and thought: now what? Collecting the data is one thing; … Continue reading

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