As a lifelong learner committed to social justice, I have always believed all lives are intertwined, and that none of us can be free unless everyone is. I also know that believing in a concept is easier than living out this value in my daily life and business – and that I make many mistakes […]
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The best part about life is that oftentimes you are not aware of what you need until you receive it. The element of surprise and satisfaction that comes with filling a void that you did not know existed brings a joy that there are not enough words to sum up. The Five Frogs Peer Learning […]
Friends, Happy Summer! I hope this letter finds you living your best lives both personally and professionally. Undoubtedly, we have processed a lot over the past several months from: mass shootings, to the Dobbs decision re: reproductive healthcare, to the war in Ukraine. I hope you’re practicing radical self-care, however that may look for you, […]
In 2019 student loan borrowers from across Connecticut gathered to share stories about their student debt and strategize ways to help one another in the absence of institutional support. Borrowers recognized that student loan debt is a policy choice that impacts half a million borrowers in Connecticut and 45 million nationwide. We understood that no […]
This riddle gets at the heart of how we think about leadership:
Q: Five frogs are sitting on a log. Three decide to jump. How many are left?
A: Five. The frogs only decided to jump, they didn’t actually jump.
This riddle is about action. Leaders act. We leap, we learn, we leap again.