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  • Capturing the invisible problem of first world child hunger Last year, I stood on a stage offering to help anyone make a difference in the world. I was approached with a question: Can you recognize Hunger? I thought I could, until I had a conversation with the folks from the Second Harvest Food Bank. They told me that in the heart of Silicon Valley which houses dozens of […] 0 Comments June 5, 2017
  • Paralyzed mom hangs off cliff for Mother’s Day I never thought I’d find myself dangling off the edge of a cliff, in pouring rain, while sitting on a wheelchair. Blue Mountain Adventure Company, our safety riggers wanted to test the rig out on someone that was able bodied first. That someone, was me. It all started when we wanted to offer a complete stranger […] 0 Comments May 8, 2017
  • These Kids Are Growing One Billion Oysters! These kids are only 16 years old They are students of the New York Harbor School and part of the Billion Oyster project: an initiative designed to restore the underwater ecosystem of the New York Harbor by growing a few oysters. And by a few, I mean one billion. Their goal: To grow One Billion Oysters I first […] 0 Comments April 24, 2017