Where the hell I’ve been

This is where I’ve been for the last five months, why I was so quiet during the election, and why I should have worked harder.

From here to the finish line in Boston

I said I’d never do this again, that this was by far worse than an unmedicated childbirth, but some things are far more important than a few hours of concentrated pain.

Run EMC

This one goes out to Miss Zoot, a source of personal inspiration. Thank you.

The women who inspire me to run

These are the faces of women who have set out to improve maternal mortality rates in this country.

Kaleidoscope

How you can use your name to bring light to and change the lives of those who are in most need of it.

A candid moment in Zanzibar

“These women are not only the caretakers, they are often the teachers, the health care providers, the community leaders.”

The gift of light

The tangible, measurable impact of a donation made through a screen.

The market in San Genaro

A feast of light and color and texture followed by one of the best meals of my life.

This is empowerment

Krochet Kids Peru: on behalf of those who do not have resources or a support system.

A slip knot on your hook

Harnessing the power of a sometimes vilified generation for the sake of measurable change.