We feature Jennifer Peled, Liana Seidenfeld, and Ilana Aslan from Team HERO. HERO is a line of smart jewelry made to help in an emergency. It listens for a preprogrammed panic word and, when triggered, alerts emergency contacts and/or the police with the user’s GPS location. For more Givology follow us on: Twitter @Givology Instagram @givology
This podcast features Damany Gibbs, CFO of Nova Pioneer Education, discussing a new model for collaborative education to support the next generation of leaders. For more Givology follow us on: Twitter @Givology Instagram @givology
Yejide Obisesan speaks with Anh Tran, President of VietHope. They discuss the Vietnamese education system, the beauty of a multigenerational team, and the problem with tsunamis. Check out the blog for links and the show notes: https://www.givology.org/~givologystaff/blog/618684/ For more Givology follow us on: Twitter @Givology Instagram @givology
Dr. Barnaby Marsh is the Co-Founder of Saint Partners, and has privately advised many of the world's most generous individuals on how to achieve greater philanthropic impact. We were honored to have him as a guest on our Impact Series!
Yejide Obisesan speaks with Neema Namadamu, founder and executive director of Hero Women Rising & Synergy of Congolese Women's Associations. They discuss female empowerment & impact, education and interestingly enough, radios.
This episode features Rob Mather from Against Malaria Foundation. Against Malaria foundation is a top-ranked charity by Givewell and other organizations and strongly emphasizes efficiency, transparency and demonstrating impact.
In this episode, we talk with Suzanne Singh, Chairperson of Pratham Books. Pratham Books is a non-profit children’s book publisher with the mission to see ‘a book in every child's hand’. StoryWeaver, an initiative of Pratham Books, is a digital platform of openly licensed storybooks in mother tongue languages.
This week, we welcome Liz Wilson, who is the CEO and director of Skip Peru, a non-profit currently helping economically-disadvantaged children of the impoverished district of El Porvenir, Peru, realize their right to an education.
Join us as Joanita Senoga tells us how the Circle of Peace School is founded on her mother's porch to where it is today. Our Main Site: http://www.givology.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Givology Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/givology/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Givology