My fourth trip in five weeks and all I have for you is this one invaluable travel tip.
A chance to share two very exciting pieces of news.
A year ago this week I was mildly injured in probably seventeen different areas of my body…
A year ago this week I was in Bangladesh with the maternal health organization Every Mother Counts to visit clinics and observe programs that had been implemented by both private organizations and the government in slums and villages to improve the lives of women. Even though it’s a deeply cliché thing to say or write [...]
Earlier last month I told you I was in New York working with Every Mother Counts on a new project, and today I’m happy to share the final result with you. It’s called the No Mother’s Day PSA: I’m very lucky to have been asked to be a part of this, and the team that [...]
Yesterday I flew out to New York for a couple of days to help out with a project that Every Mother Counts is working on. It’s something incredibly bold, and I can’t wait to share the final product with you. Yesterday at the airport in Salt Lake a man working the security line tried to [...]
For the recent Yahoo! charitable contribution I worked with Erin Thornton, Executive Producer of Every Mother Counts, who was able to get in touch with a campaign chief at Save the Children. Here’s how our contributions are going to be applied: In Bangladesh, only 1 in 4 births are attended by a medically trained healthcare [...]
After reading all of your suggestions and opinions on charitable organizations and then consulting with persons who have much more experience with this kind of work than I do, I’ve decided to give the Yahoo! donation to Save the Children for a couple of reasons. First, they not only do great work here in the [...]
The woman on the right is Dina and she helped organize our whole trip to Bangladesh. She also served as our translator. I feel really lucky to have spent so much time with her and observing how she works. She taught me so much, emotionally and professionally. I hope to work with her again.
In the early afternoon of Sunday, June 19, I sat with my legs crossed on the ground in a rural village in Narshingdhi, Bangladesh. I was in a circle of about fifteen men and women surrounding a giant hand drawn map of the village which they use to keep track of women in the community [...]