There are plenty of examples of multinational companies that fall short of helping to make a difference in the communities in which they do business and in the world-at-large. But Intel, which produced the world’s first microprocessor, is not one of those companies.
Heeba Din / arts, asia, education, entertainment, features, technology, well-being, women and girls / children's books, fearless collective, feminism, india, khaya, Shilo Shiv Suleman, wall painting /
If you see a beautiful young girl perched up on a ladder, her hair down with a beautiful plumeria (frangipani) tucked delicately behind her ear, painting a street wall, you might be looking at Shilo Shiv Suleman. A visual artist, illustrator, digital storyteller, animator and passionate human being, Shilo, 25, has been called the new(…)
I am Aarti Naik. I am 26 years old. And I live in the Mulund West area of Mumbai, India, in a slum with my family. I share a house with my mother, Pushpa, my father, Dattatry (they have been married for 50 years!) and my little brother, Rajni. My elder sister, Sachin, got married(…)
Candi Cross / africa, asia, education, entrepreneurship, europe, features, genius, mentoring, middle east, north america, technology, women and girls / aarti naik, afghanistan, andrew mangino, anita, arnoud raskin, ashoka, belgium, black girls code, children's museum, comic books, dakar, girl stars, imagination afrika, italy, kanya balakrishna, karima grant, kimberly bryant, lisa heydlauff, mumbai, new delhi, parenting changemakers, plain ink, sakhi, selene biffi, senegal, start empathy, streetwize mobile schools, the beekeeper, the future project, U.S., vipin thekkekalathil /
Add these creative, enthusiastic and out-of- the-box educational initiatives to schools around the world, and we think you will have in-hand the best recipes for cool and engaged learning for all kids everywhere!
Tara Roberts / asia, education, entertainment, entrepreneurship, features, funding, mentoring, social issues, technology, video, women and girls / 000 women mba, 10, goa, goldman sachs, india, indian, indian school of business, sapna shahani, videoblogging /
Sapna Shahani started WAVE (Women Aloud Videoblogging Empowerment) in India in 2009. Her dream was to give young women from states throughout India video cameras and training as citizen journalists.