“I spoke with Stanford student Haley Schwager to learn more about how she plans to change the medical world.”
“My day job is as a community manager for an organization called One for Democracy, which is a pledge that asks people to give one percent of their assets to democracy work. My night job is also in the philanthropy world – I work on personal and family philanthropy, and I volunteer with an organization called Resource Generation, which is a membership community of people 18-35 years old with wealth or class privilege committed to the equitable distribution of wealth, land and power.”
This week, as Minority Mental Health Month Awareness comes to a close, we featured Maud Arnold who shares with us how she seeks and prioritizes joy year round. Read or listen along below!
This past year has been transformational for social justice. I interviewed my sister Selma, a sophomore in high school, about what activism means to her.
“I like helping people build relationships, healthier ones, happier ones.”
“I am excited to be launching Layla’s Corner of Consideration, as part of Pavé The Way®. Through this platform, I will host meaningful conversation with young changemakers throughout my community and across the country!”
My name is Ishmael Mayhew and I am a serial entrepreneur, Digital Media strategist, and I really just care really about people knowing who they are and really navigating through life and pursuing the genuine meaning of happiness.
This week I spoke with Yoga Instructor and Educator, Kelly Stackhouse.
This week I spoke with Chloe and Maud Arnold, Founders of The Syncopated Ladies as they shared their journey and vision as Tap Dancers, Choreographers, educators, entrepreneurs and philanthropists.