HOW KATY ASHE PROVIDED HEALTH TRAINING TO 90,000 PEOPLE IN THE HOSPITALS OF INDIA

Katy Ashe is the co-founder of Noora Health, a tech NGO in India. When she visited the hospitals of Bangalore as a graduate student, she saw a sea of people sitting around in the hallways. Who were they? [...]

By | June 7th, 2017|

How Annie “The Jackfruit Lady” Ryu built a health food company in India to fight unemployment

While volunteering in India as an undergraduate student, Annie Ryu fell in love at first sight. What she saw at the market wasn't tall, dark, and handsome. It was a spiky, green fruit she had [...]

By | April 27th, 2017|

GROWING A NONPROFIT SINCE AGE 12 TO HELP SOLDIERS & VETERANS IN NEED—with Robbie Bergquist, Cell Phones for Soldiers

Social entrepreneur Robbie Bergquist is the co-founder of Cell Phones for Soldiers. In 2004 when Robbie was 12 and his sister Brittany was 13, they heard the story of a soldier returning from Iraq with [...]

By | April 18th, 2017|

ONE CONSERVATIONIST’S QUEST TO HELP THE ANIMALS IN THE JUNGLES OF INDONESIA—with Adam Miller, Planet Indonesia

Most foreigners who visit Indonesia end up at the beaches of Bali. But not Adam Miller, a young conservationist from St. Louis. While volunteering at a pet shop at age 10, he came up with the vision of [...]

By | April 11th, 2017|

How Swipe Out Hunger served 1.3 million meals using leftover meal swipes on campus—with Rachel Sumekh, Forbes 30 Under 30

Social entrepreneur Rachel Sumekh is the founder and CEO of Swipe Out Hunger. This nonprofit organization works to end hunger by activating college students to donate their unused meal points. Since Swipe Out Hunger began in 2009 as a college [...]

By | April 3rd, 2017|

ONE WOMAN’S QUEST TO RUN A FREE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS IN WAR-TORN AFGHANISTAN—with CNN Hero Razia Jan

Every morning for nearly a decade, CNN Hero Razia Jan drank a cup of water from her school's well to make sure it hadn’t been poisoned overnight by the Taliban.   She works in a [...]

By | March 20th, 2017|