A Franklin Pierce College Graduate, Kristin Hartness leads Canines for Disabled Kids — an organization working to "increase independence for children with disabilities and their families by promoting service dog partnerships, understanding and awareness throughout the community.” Having lived with multiple sclerosis

About a decade ago, anti-bias educator and consultant Liz Kleinrock began her career as a volunteer teacher for the AmeriCorps. Today, Liz creates "curricular content for K–12 students around issues of diversity, equity and inclusion, and specializes in designing engaging and

Degan Ali is the Executive Director at Adeso. In 2003 she designed and oversaw the delivery of the first large scale cash aid distribution in Africa implemented by an NGO rather than a government agency Under Degan Ali, Adeso has become

Noble Kelly, the Founder and President of Education Beyond Borders, has dedicated his life to advancing education in developing countries. He earned his Bachelor of Education from the University of British Columbia in 1991 and later completed a post-baccalaureate diploma in

Earlier this year, Dr. Charles Owubah became CEO of Action Against Hunger — a global NGO that aims to "end life-threatening hunger for good within our lifetimes." Throughout the 40 years of its existence, Dr. Owubah's new organization has treated and

Considered to be among the "world’s leading social entrepreneurs," Jeroo Billimoria founded several award winning NGOs, won awards like the Social Entrepreneurship Award from the Skoll Foundation and is an Ashoka as well as a Schwab Fellow. Born and raised in

Anne Lynam Goddard began her pursuit for protecting the most vulnerable of our world's children over 30 years ago. A career that started off with volunteering for the Peace Corps and residing in a mud house in Kenya with no

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