Featured readers

We recognize that many of our readers are already doing exciting things to benefit the world, and we want to honor them.  Some of their projects have opportunities for involvement, so take a look.

Suzanne Taylor––This Month’s Featured Reader

Posted by on Mar 31, 2020 in Featured reader | 0 comments

Suzanne Taylor––This Month’s Featured Reader

Suzanne Taylor produces stimulating events, projects and experiences for sophisticated audiences with a visionary voice that challenges the status quo and helps people feel inspired to shift us from a worldview based on greed to where caring about each other is as important as caring about ourselves.

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Meymuna Hussein-Cattan

Posted by on Feb 28, 2020 in Featured reader | 0 comments

Meymuna Hussein-Cattan

Meymuna Hussein-Cattan and her mother, Owliya Dima, are co-founders of Tiyya Foundation.  As refugees, they knew first-hand the challenges refugees face in resettlement.

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Lynda “Sunnye” Simpson

Posted by on Jan 31, 2020 in Featured reader, Newsletter | 0 comments

Lynda “Sunnye” Simpson

Lynda “Sunnye” D. Simpson is Vice President, Resource Development at the Tuskeegee Airmen Scholarship Foundation (TASF.) Working for this organization is a way of keeping a family legacy alive.

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Senait Admassu

Posted by on Dec 31, 2019 in Featured reader | 0 comments

Senait Admassu

Senait Admassu, MSW is the founder of the African Communities Public Health Coalition (ACPHC), a Los Angeles based non profit organization which was created from her passion and understanding of the complexities of underserved African Communities.

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Roya Adjory

Posted by on Nov 30, 2019 in Featured reader | 0 comments

Roya Adjory

Roya Adjory was featured in May, 2016 for her work in creating a green hair salon, for which she received a Climate Leader Award and Green Salon Certification.  In her search for better and safer salon products, Roya discovered Natulique, a line of products that are organic and free of toxic chemicals.  She has become their California distributor, and she has also begun political advocacy work to pass laws requiring safer products and more transparent labeling.

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Giselle Malluche

Posted by on Oct 31, 2019 in Featured reader | 0 comments

Giselle Malluche

Giselle Malluche is the founder of Change to Humanity, a charity serving the homeless and food-insecure in Atlanta and Clarkston, GA.

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Annelise Schinzinger

Posted by on Sep 30, 2019 in Featured reader | 0 comments

Annelise Schinzinger

Annelise Schinzinger is an expert in caregiving for the  elderly and dying and the author of The Art and Science of Caregiving: Stories of Inspiring Elders with an End-of-Life Guidebook

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Zebiba Shekhia

Posted by on Sep 1, 2019 in Featured reader | 0 comments

Zebiba Shekhia

Zebiba Shekhia built a high school for girls in the Eritrean refugee camp in Sudan.  Opened in 2010, the school has graduated more than 500 children.

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Aman Berhe

Posted by on Jun 30, 2019 in Featured reader | 0 comments

Aman Berhe

Amanuel “Aman” Berhe is the founder and president of African Missions Empowering Network, (AMEN), a faith-based-Community organization dedicated to advancing  health, education, empowerment and solidarity among Eritrean refugees.

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Rebecca Paida

Posted by on Jun 1, 2019 in Featured reader | 0 comments

Rebecca Paida

Rebecca Paida, MPH, CHES is Senior Program Manager at Nile Sisters Development Initiative (NSDI) in San Diego where she provides a wide range of services, including supervision, needs assessment, dialog with the community and with decision makers, and direct service.

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