The Flag for Hope

Role: VP Innovation & Development, “MVP”close-up-flag-dallas-closing-pswork1

The Flag for Hope came into my life at exactly the right moment.

I was struggling to make sense of what I was seeing in the news, in my social feeds, in my community. There seemed to be so much anger, a lack of basic decency and love for our neighbors, and I observed conversations about contemporary issues morphing into contests to out-meme and out-factoid one other.

Every day, at least once, I’d think, “What the hell is going on?”

I knew that what I was seeing in media and on social wasn’t representative of the people I interacted with in real life. The more I talked with those real people, the more it became clear to me that the vast majority of them were feeling exactly the same way….

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The GRACE Project

Role: Member of the Board of Trustees.

Smiling Girl The GRACE Project Kisii, KenyaThe GRACE Project inspires financial independence for Kenyan families through educationhealthcare, and vocational agricultural training.

The GRACE Project is incorporated in the U.S. as a tax exempt 501c3 organization and also registered as a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) in Kenya.

Epilepsy Foundation of Connecticut

Role: Volunteer, Providing Graphic Design and Video Services to Promote Sharon’s Ride.Run.Walk. 2018

Sharon’s Ride.Run.Walk for Epilepsy is dedicated to Sharon Rosenfeld, a nurse and teacher, who cared deeply about epilepsy and who advocated helmet safety.  She was killed on a cross country ride in 1993.  Dr. William Rosenfeld and Susan Lippmann, neurologists who specialize in epilepsy, created the event in honor of Dr. Rosenfeld’s sister.

Why Sharon’s Run Ride Walk?

All money raised goes directly to the Epilepsy Foundation of Connecticut.  When you join us in Sharon’s Ride.Run.Walk for Epilepsy, you’re helping to raise the quality of life for people with epilepsy as well as educating the community concerning the importance of wearing a helmet.