Who am I? My name is Adele Galey, and I co-founded Tickets for Change, the first Tour de France of social innovators, and I run Athena, an entrepreneurship and personal growth program for women in Chile. What exactly do these ventures do? Tickets for Change takes 50+ talented 18-30 year olds on a two-week tour(…)
Who am I? My name is Kristen Daniel. I live in Atlanta, Georgia. And I head up – Pentorship – a social enterprise focused on reducing recidivism. What exactly do we do? We specifically focus on the development of dynamic and data-driven educational content so that more people have the opportunity to return home(…)
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(…)
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Is work-life balance a fantasy? How can you be content when you’re running on two hours of sleep, two liters of coffee and two emotions—exhaustion and dread—about the transition you are planning? Here, social entrepreneur and surfer Farhana Huq offers her best advice for doers and seekers.
Last weekend, female entrepreneurs, warriors and future empire runners planted themselves on the Upper West Side of Manhattan to attend the first Cosmo conference titled: Cosmo’s Fun Fearless Life. I was one of the young and “fearless” in the crowd and looking for a morning jolt stronger than coffee. I found it, through the infamous(…)