Interested in creative consulting, engineering, or art? Connect with your fellow Idealists!

You already know that you can come to Idealist.org to find an awesome job, volunteer opportunity, or internship, but did you know that you can also find some awesome people?

There are thousands of people working for social change on Idealist.org and they’re all right at your fingertips, ready to answer your questions, partner with you on a project, or help with an idea you’ve been developing.

Here are just a few of the many Idealists who want to connect with you. Don’t forget that in order to view their full profiles, you need to have a profile too. It’s super easy to sign up.

19872183-34bb-4340-8019-dd2a0913f238-mAfter studying political science and obtaining her Master of Public Affairs, Nikki worked as a crime analyst in Arizona, combining her love for design, analysis, research, and community service. She then transitioned into creative consulting, helping small businesses and nonprofits with branding, grant writing, and creative content. While working on one particular oral history project with a local community in Tempe, Nikki discovered a passion for storytelling, documentary photography, and the exploration of other cultures. If you’ve been bitten by the same community-oriented, creatively minded, storytelling, travel-hungry bug, send Nikki a message. She’d love to talk, learn, and connect with you!

 

7b96ffde-f57e-4fa3-b4a6-2d89d7fdffbb-mDhane currently resides in Kathmandu, Nepal where he volunteers in a small school and works with the Sahara Foundation. An American expat, Dhane has made his way to many corners of the world. He served in the Navy in the Philippines, South Korea, and the U.K. After returning and traveling throughout the U.S., Dhane attended college and graduate school for South Asian Studies and Community Health. Over the years, he’s taught in Thailand, China, Mongolia, Taiwan, South Korea, and Nepal. In Thailand, he founded a small home for children with the help of worldwide volunteers, and now he’s working on establishing a children’s shelter and education center in Kathmandu. Want to talk about setting up centers and nonprofits abroad? Or are you simply interested in travel, education, Asian studies, or what it’s like to find your home so far away from home? Contact Dhane to chat!

 

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Roberta has obtained degrees in Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering, Neuro-engineering, and Business Administration. Career-wise, this has translated into research for a Neuro-engineering lab, product development for medical devices, and advanced development concept work for commercial products. What diversity! As she continues onward, Roberta hopes to find a position that will allow her to use her multifaceted background to help people directly and indirectly with technology, engineering, and project management. Contact Roberta if you want to talk about one of her many interests! She would also love to hear from anyone with technology ideas for water sustainability, infectious disease, reduction, or science education.

 

fd6f7bd9-7d67-45a2-ab70-32e1fa831cba-mDedicated to news, journalism, and information, Avalon works in San Francisco as the Editor-in-Chief and Operations manager of Umano, a mobile application that turns compelling news articles into sound files users can listen to. Avalon’s commitment to journalism reaches further into, but also beyond, the field itself; leading up to Umano, she was a journalist and editor for Berkeley publications, worked as a research and PR coordinator for a documentary on civil rights issues, and served as a paralegal. Avalon also studied history and international development in college while competing on the Cal Women’s Varsity Rowing Team. Send Avalon a message to exchange thoughts on community development or how we discover and share information in the modern world.

 

083be541-45c7-4f3c-9c25-22c255451841-mA Londoner by origin, David moved further south to Lisbon, Portugal, where he lives and works as an artist and community arts organizer. David dabbles in many art forms: he illustrates, paints, draws, takes photos, and writes. He describes his art as having a quick, spontaneous style. You can see some of his work on his blog. In addition to making art, David sets up art workshops to bring people together. He founded a community art group Chill Out Community Arts (CHOCA) with the main goal of encouraging people to simply ‘do’ art. Write to David if you want to discuss making art, community organizing, or spreading the concept of ‘do’ art!

 

Looking for more Idealists who want to connect and collaborate? Check out the previous installments of this series, and spiff up your profile to make sure people can find you on the site. Happy connecting!

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If you don’t have one already, create a profile to offer your expertise to the community, and find people who can answer your questions. Sign up here and include information about your past work and what you’re looking to get involved in. When you’re done, send a link to your profile to nandita@idealist.org, and you might see yourself on our blog!

 

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Interested in travel, design, or video storytelling? Connect with your fellow Idealists!

You already know that you can come to Idealist.org to find an awesome job, volunteer opportunity, or internship, but did you know that you can also find some awesome people?

There are thousands of people working for social change on Idealist.org and they’re all right at your fingertips, ready to answer your questions, partner with you on a project, or help with an idea you’ve been developing.

In honor of Idealist’s North Carolina campaign, here are just a few of the many Idealists in NC who want to connect with you. Don’t forget that in order to view their full profiles, you need to have a profile too. It’s super easy to sign up.

 

Lauren JenningsAfter studying fashion design at Parsons, Lauren worked as an associate designer in New York City. Two and a half years later, she “took the plunge out of the corporate design world into the creative idealist world”. She moved back to North Carolina and decided to travel to all the places she wanted to see but didn’t think she’d have a chance to. By working on farms, she made it to Hawaii, New Zealand, Australia, Bali, and Qatar, recording her journey with photos and words. Now she’s back in North Carolina, working as a creative consultant for a fashion start-up out of Africa and as an interior design consultant for local businesses. If you’d like to talk travel, design, writing, photography, or plunge-taking, send Lauren a message!

 

Pete Bell

Pete, an Emmy-award-winning documentary producer, director, videographer, and editor, has also done quite a bit of traveling. He went to Central America to shoot travel videos for National Geographic Expeditions and to remote parts of Alaska to work on a documentary project. His most recent feature project was the award-winning documentary “High Sierra – A Journey on the John Muir Trail.” Pete currently works as a broadcast videographer and editor for the North Carolina Center for Public Television. You can see some of his work on his vimeo channel. Are you a fellow storyteller, multimedia magician, or someone who wants to collaborate to create, in Pete’s words, “life enhancing multimedia projects”? Well then, Pete’s your guy–get in touch!

 

Megan BerryMegan currently studies Exercise Science, Nutrition, and Spanish at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. Apart from her academics, Megan’s also a student of the outdoors; she loves to be outside (whether running, hiking, or exploring), and she recently served as student coordinator for Earth Week at ASU. After graduating, Megan hopes to get her degree in occupational therapy and to travel the world working with special needs children. If you share Megan’s passion for the outdoors, health, or meeting people and sharing stories, send her a message–she’d love to hear from you!

 

Kiran Sirah

A man of many trades, Kiran has made a career of the arts, human rights, teaching, social justice, culture and religion . . . and more! He focuses primarily on building peace and developing community, addressing the barriers that often keep people from connecting with one another. He has established award winning national and international arts, cultural, and human rights programs in the UK, and has led other arts projects to battle poverty, gang violence, and modern-day slavery. Currently, Kiran resides in North Carolina as a Rotary World Peace Fellow, where his work revolves around the folklore of the homeless and ways to foster international communities. Don’t hesitate to reach out to Kiran if you want to connect over the arts/culture, social justice, public folklore, or how to create peaceful, multicultural societies.

Looking for more Idealists who want to connect and collaborate? Check out the previous installments of this series, and spiff up your profile to make sure people can find you on the site. Happy connecting!

If you don’t have one already, create a profile to offer your expertise to the community, and find people who can answer your questions. Sign up here and include information about your past work and what you’re looking to get involved in. When you’re done, send a link to your profile to nandita@idealist.org, and you might see yourself on our blog!

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Interested in design, social justice, or economic ethics? Connect with your fellow Idealists!

You already know that you can come to Idealist.org to find an awesome job, volunteer opportunity, or internship, but did you know that you can also find some awesome people?

There are thousands of people working for social change on Idealist.org and they’re all right at your fingertips, ready to answer your questions, partner with you on a project, or help with an idea you’ve been developing.

Here are just a few of the many Idealists who want to connect with you. Don’t forget that in order to view their full profiles, you need to have a profile too. It’s super easy to sign up.

 

Zoraida

 

Zoraida in San Francisco describes herself as “a maker of things visually tickling.” With skills in graphic design, illustration, and layout management, Zoraida wants to connect with other makers, designers, techies, and simply good people. Need some design help or want to discuss ideas for visual projects? Send Zoraida a message!

 

 

Susana After obtaining her Law Degree in Mexico City, Susana went on to study Environmental and Sustainable Development, all the while working as an investigator of alleged human rights violations. In 2008, she founded a law firm based in Mexico City and moved to Seattle to continue her legal work. Now Susana is a law clerk who also proudly serves as the President of the Board of the Seattle Latino Film Festival. If you’re a film-lovin’ Seattle resident, contact Susana about getting involved with the festival! Or, no matter where you live, send her a message if you’re intrigued by media, human rights, social justice, and connecting generations.

 

ChristianChristian studied social welfare and international public administration in New York, and  would like to contribute to any cause that helps create positive community environments. As an LGBTQ person of color, he is especially interested in working with others from similar backgrounds and using his past experiences to help and support disadvantaged youth. If you share Christian’s passion for building, nurturing, and strengthening community, start a conversation with him–he’d love to hear from you!

Raffaela

Raffaela is a photo editor who also works as a photographer and writer, specializing in alternative travel stories. Currently in Milan (though open to traveling), she’d love to volunteer her skills to help with interesting projects. Over the past 15 years, she’s worked with many different photographers, publications, photo agencies, nonprofits, and blogs, giving her quite the range of experiences! Raffaela’s favorite part about her job is finding the hidden and bringing it to light; contact Raffaela if you want to photo-talk or have an idea that could use a photographer’s eye!

 

Jason

Jason’s got a knack for combining the unexpected, evidenced by both his interests and experiences. He studied philosophy in Utah, then got a Masters of Public Administration, and has recently just submitted his dissertation on conceptions of poverty in Buddhist social and economic ethics. In addition to his studies, Jason has taught philosophy, business management, and ethics courses and worked for places ranging from adult literacy nonprofits to refugee resettlements to microcredit organizations. Interested in poverty relief, microfinance, religion and development, or interfaith . . . or more? This guy would love to connect with you!

 

Looking for more Idealists who want to connect and collaborate? Check out the previous installments of this series, and spiff up your profile to make sure people can find you on the site. Happy connecting!

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If you don’t have one already, create a profile to offer your expertise to the community, and find people who can answer your questions. Sign up here and include information about your past work and what you’re looking to get involved in. When you’re done, send a link to your profile to nandita@idealist.org, and you might see yourself on our blog!

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Interested in photography, public health, or teaching English? Connect with your fellow Idealists!

Welcome Idealists!

You already know that you can come to Idealist.org to find an awesome job, volunteer opportunity, or internship, but did you know that you can also find some awesome people?

There are thousands of people working for social change on Idealist.org and they’re all right at your fingertips, ready to answer your questions, partner with you on a project, or help with an idea you’ve been developing.

Here’s a sampling of some of the people who want to meet you. Don’t forget that in order to view their full profiles, you need to have a profile too. It’s super easy to sign up.

 

Mohamed

 

Mohamed is a skilled photographer and videographer who grew up in Cairo. He’s interested in volunteering to document activities related to the social impact sector such as human rights and the environment. Check out his work and send him a message if you are interested in collaborating with him!

Emily Davis

 

 

Emily left the United States in 2009 to teach English abroad in Japan and Spain. She’s returning home this August and wants to meet other Idealists with international experience. She’s a great source of knowledge for anyone thinking about teaching English abroad, so get in touch! Also let her know if you have any great recipes for ramen.

 

Jordan Kifer

 

If you’re an artist and looking to connect with someone who shares your interests, talk to Jordan! She recently graduated from the University of Michigan and believes that everyone has some form of art to offer the world. Besides her experience in photography and qualitative research, she studied Spanish and Latino/a Studies while in college.  ¡Conéctate!

Andreas Fischer

 

 

Andreas is a social scientist from Germany and recently completed a round-the-world trip where he visited Nepal, New Zealand, and South America, among other places. After working as a Project Coordinator in Mannheim for four years, he has experience in the field of Public Health and wants to meet open-minded and creative people from across the world.

 

 

Looking for more Idealists who want to connect and collaborate? Check out the previous installments of this series, and spiff up your profile to make sure people can find you on the site. Happy connecting!

If you don’t have one already, create a profile to offer your expertise to the community, and find people who can answer your questions. Sign up here and include information about your past work and what you’re looking to get involved in. When you’re done, send a link to your profile to matt@idealist.org, and you might see yourself on our blog!

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Interested in graphic design, education, or sustainable tourism? Connect with your fellow Idealists!

You already know that you can come to Idealist.org to find an awesome job, volunteer opportunity, or internship, but did you know that you can also find some awesome people?

There are thousands of people working for social change on Idealist.org and they’re all right at your fingertips, ready to answer your questions, partner with you on a project, or help with an idea you’ve been developing.

This week, we’re highlighting some of our favorite members from Colorado. Don’t forget that in order to view their full profiles, you need to have a profile too. It’s super easy to sign up.

Sean Sanford

Sean is an activist, researcher, and writer. In college he studied sociology with a focus on community research and studied affordable housing in inner city DC and religious leadership in the Unitarian church. He’s also volunteered with the homeless, taught fifth graders, and worked as a charter school liaison. Need some advice or looking for help on a project? He’s pretty much your go to guy for urban community issues.

 

Katie Hallaran

 

Katie recently returned to Denver from a few years in Cambodia and Indonesia where she worked on a social enterprise called Kinyei. She also built two other small businesses to create opportunities in sustainable tourism for the local population. She’s interested in meeting other likeminded folks who are interested in social change through collaboration and social enterprise. Shoot her a message if that sounds like you.

 

Katie Hutt

 

Katie is an artist and designer who loves Audrey Hepburn, elephants and Dr. Pepper. She spent the end of last year interning in Uganda, and now she’s working as a graphic designer in Fort Collins. She’s looking for some freelance design work for small organizations on a budget, and she’s especially interested in working on women’s issues. She’s also always interested in meeting new people. Send a message to get int ouch!

Jaclyn Karnowski

 

 

Jaclyn’s all about travel for the rest of 2013. She was a math teacher in the states for five years, then taught English in Chile, and she’s looking to volunteer anywhere interesting in the U.S., Chile, Argentina, or Peru. She loves the mountains and local veggies, and she’s passionate about food systems awareness for teenagers. Know about an opportunity she should check out? Let her know!

 

Looking for more Idealists who want to connect and collaborate? Check out the previous installments of this series, and spiff up your profile to make sure people can find you on the site. Happy connecting!

If you don’t have one already, create a profile to offer your expertise to the community, and find people who can answer your questions. Sign up here and include information about your past work and what you’re looking to get involved in. When you’re done, send a link to your profile to kim@idealist.org, and you might see yourself on our blog!

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Interested in USAID, sustainability, or social work? Connect with your fellow Idealists!

Welcome Idealists!

You already know that you can come to Idealist.org to find an awesome job, volunteer opportunity, or internship, but did you know that you can also find some awesome people?

There are thousands of people working for social change on Idealist.org and they’re all right at your fingertips, ready to answer your questions, partner with you on a project, or help with an idea you’ve been developing.

Here’s a sampling of some of the people who want to meet you.  Don’t forget that in order to view their full profiles, you need to have a profile too. It’s super easy to sign up.

Jennifer Walsh

Jennifer is a CPA who has been working in the nonprofit sector for over five years. She has a wealth of experience in finance and HR, and also serves on the board of an organization focused on sustainable agriculture. Feel free to contact her whether you’re an aspiring treasurer or an eco-friendly farmer! She’s also interested in meeting other types of nonprofit professionals, so reach out and make a connection.

 

Katerina

Katerina recently moved to New York City from Toronto, and is pursuing a Master’s degree in Psychology at Pace University. She’s particularly interested in mental health issues and working with seniors. She’s looking for advice from people that have careers in the of field of psychology, so if you can help her out, connect with her!

 

Rob

Rob just returned to the United States after working for USAID in Iraq for two years. Before that, he was studying English Literature in Ohio. Check out his profile to find out how he got from the Buckeye State to Baghdad, and keep in mind that he’s looking for friends and collaborators!

 

 

Leslie Piken

Leslie just graduated from Simmons College with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work. Congrats, Leslie! Her goal is to become a holistic psychotherapist, so if you have experience in that field, send her a message! She’s also looking to collaborate and share knowledge with other social workers.

 

Ullas!

Ullas is kind of a big deal when it comes to biology. He’s got a Master’s in Microbiology and a Ph.D. in Virology, and speaks five languages to boot. He’d like to do whatever he can to remedy economic disparities, so if you’re a fellow researcher or interested in socially relevant biological research, send him a message!

 

Looking for more Idealists who want to connect and collaborate? Check out the previous installments of this series, and spiff up your profile to make sure people can find you on the site. Happy connecting!

If you don’t have one already, create a profile to offer your expertise to the community, and find people who can answer your questions. Sign up here and include information about your past work and what you’re looking to get involved in.

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Meet Idealists in Louisiana!

You already know that you can come to Idealist.org to find an awesome job, volunteer opportunity, or internship, but did you know that you can also find some awesome people?

In this post, we’re introducing you to some of the coolest people working in social impact in Louisiana. Don’t forget that in order to view their full profiles, you need to have a profile too. It’s super easy to sign up.

 

d185e737-84e2-4a2a-bce6-254c7c01b688-mBill does finance and fundraising for a Louisiana Pride festival and an LGBTQ political advocacy group. He’s also lending his skills to a couple of other LGBTQ and trans-gender organizations around the state. If you’re interested in what’s going on in LGBTQ issues in Louisiana, Bill’s your man. He’s also getting started on a landmine removal initiative, so he’s looking for any advice or assistance you might have to offer. Drop him a line to get in touch.

 

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Kimberly worked as a regional organizer in North Carolina for the Obama campaign and now she’s back in the Big Easy looking for work. Her expertise is marketing, outreach, and PR. If you’re curious about working in politics or branding for your campaign, send her a message!

 

 

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Charlotte’s worked in management consulting, biz dev for a tech start up, and operations for a social enterprise. She’s now at LifeCity, a sustainability focused organization for Louisiana’s business community. She’s always looking for connections and partnerships in that sphere, so reach out if you’re at a green business or want to learn more.

 

Idealist.org is one the greatest databases of people working in social impact positions in the world, and they’re all right at your fingertips, ready to answer your questions, partner with you on a project, or help with an idea you’ve been developing.

And if you’ve got some skills or expertise to offer up, go to idealist.org/me to create a profile for yourself. When you’re done, send a link to your profile to kim@idealist.org, and you might see yourself up here!

Learn more about Louisiana month at Idealist. 

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Could you use a volunteer web developer? Do you have advice on sector switching? Connect with your fellow Idealists!

Welcome Idealists!  
You already know that you can come to Idealist.org to find an awesome job, volunteer opportunity, or internship, but did you know that you can also find some awesome people?

Idealist.org is one the greatest databases of people working in social impact positions in the world, and they’re all right at your fingertips, ready to answer your questions, partner with you on a project, or help with an idea you’ve been developing. Here’s a sampling of some of the people who want to meet you.  Don’t forget that in order to view their full profiles, you need to have a profile too. It’s super easy to sign up.

sean

Sean McGrath has worked in Albania and Italy, currently resides in New Jersey, and is planning to move to Sweden. When he’s not trotting the globe, he’s on the lookout for volunteer opportunities where he can help the homeless or youth. He also completed college and high school in just 6 years, which makes Sean the closest thing to Doogie Howser, M.D. on Idealist. Page him if you have advice on moving to Sweden or share his other interests!

inga

 

Inga Carey grew up in the Bahamas and went to school in Canada. She currently serves as a trust officer for a bank in Nassau, but wants to break into the nonprofit sector. She could use advice from anyone with experience in sector-switching, so get in contact with her if you’d like to help out or have some useful tips.

bud

 

Bud Zapata is a web developer looking to donate some of his spare time to a good cause. He can take a design and turn it into a functioning website, which is an invaluable skill for many nonprofits. Send him a message if you represent an organization that could use his talents, but make sure to read his profile first to see what he can do for you!

marion

 

Hailing from Montmorency, France, Marion Dupont is a ballet dancer, speaks four languages, and has experience in marketing and sustainability. She’s on the lookout for friends and collaborators, and has plenty of knowledge to share after living and studying in the USA, China, and Ghana. Check out her profile and send her a message to start a conversation.

lisa

 

Lisa Much lives in Columbus, Ohio and recently graduated with a degree in Sustainable Theater. She works for the Ohio CDC Association and is also a freelance stage manager and prop designer.  She’s searching for like-minded individuals and organizations, and would be happy to share her expertise in community development and theater with fellow Idealists.

 

Looking for more Idealists who want to connect and collaborate? Check out the previous installments of this series, and spiff up your profile to make sure people can find you on the site. If you don’t have one already, create a profile to offer your expertise to the community, and find people who can answer your questions. Sign up here and include information about your past work and what you’re looking to get involved in. Happy connecting!

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Interested in French or Spanish? Or sustainability and conservation? Connect with your fellow Idealists!

Hello out there, Idealists!

You already know that you can come to Idealist.org to find an awesome job, volunteer opportunity, or internship, but did you know that you can also find some awesome people? Idealist.org is one the greatest databases of people working in social impact in the world, and they’re all right at your fingertips, ready to answer your questions, partner with you on a project, or help with an idea you’ve been developing. Here’s a sampling of some of the people who want to meet you!

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Natalie is an experienced grassroots lobbyist at the local, California state and federal levels. She also works as the coordinator of a cross-cultural center at a local community college and has worked as a social justice educator and activist. She’s looking to partner with people working on social justice projects, so shoot her a message to get in touch!

 

 

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Akhil is currently finishing his MBA in Toronto. He’s interested in entrepreneurial sustainability solutions, and he’d love an opportunity to volunteer in social impact and environmental issues in the Toronto area. He’s also got some great data skills and he speaks four languages, so don’t hesitate to reach out if you could use his help!

 

 

lindsay

 

Lindsay just graduated from Rutgers with a degree in French literature, and she’s looking to put her language skills to use for a nonprofit in need. She’s interested in women’s issues and healthcare, and she loves museums and new restaurants. She’d like to meet people in the New York City area, so let her know if you’re in the area and want to get in touch.

 

 

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Fatima grew up on a farm in Ohio and studied Natural Resource Management in college. She then served in AmeriCorps in Washington state, and she loves hiking, mountain biking, and camping out west. She’s looking to talk to people who’ve worked in the nonprofit sector and can share their experiences with her. If you’ve got some experience working in conservation, education, or human rights, she’d love to hear from you.

 

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Adriana is a communications intern here at Idealist.org! She’s from Colombia and works on our Spanish blog, supports our Spanish-speaking users, and manages our Spanish social media. She’d love to talk to anyone in the Latin American community who’s working on an interesting project, has a great idea, or needs help with anything. She’s also always interested in meeting anyone in NYC who’s interested in trying out new food or checking out new places.

 

Are you looking for advice? Or partners and collaborators? Do you have knowledge to share? Create a profile to offer your expertise to the community and to connect with people who can help you turn your good intentions into action. Include information about your past work and what you’re looking to get involved in. Then take a look around the site for people who can’t wait to meet you.

Happy connecting!

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Sewing, photography, and researching: Can you use these skills to make a difference?

Photo credit: Donna Cymek, Creative Commons/Flickr

Photo credit: Donna Cymek, Creative Commons/Flickr

You sure can! And each of the individuals below would love to tell you how!

Each week, we’ll introduce you to some members of the Idealist community who are out to do good in the world. You can get to any of their profiles by clicking on their picture. Then just click Send a Message to reach out!

WasimWasim has worked for a wide array of media organizations around Los Angeles and amassed an impressive amount of experience. He founded Kotori Magazine in 2003 and is also an avid photographer, a skill he would like to use to help out organizations and causes he supports. Check out his Idealist profile to see some links to his photos, and contact him if you have any questions about media or want to collaborate on a project.

 

 

Sara

 

After graduating college with a degree in anthropology, Sara worked with primates in Oregon, Indonesia, and Chicago. Now she’s moving to Arizona after acquiring an M.A. in Nonprofit Management. She’d love to share her knowledge about anthropology, primates, and nonprofits, so send her a message!

 

 

ClayClay recently moved to Maryland and works with Habitat for Humanity. He’s dedicated to living and promoting a sustainable lifestyle, and would like to meet people that share his concern for the environment. He’s particularly concerned with lessening fossil fuel consumption and revitalizing urban communities. Help Clay make a change and drop him a line!

 

 

Alissa For the past seven years, Alissa has owned and operated a clothing boutique in Southampton, NY. She’s an expert in fashion design and has been sharing her skills with others for years. She is particularly interested in teaching young adults and children how to sew and design. If you’re curious about the fashion industry she’s an invaluable resource.

 

 

April

April is one of our editors at Idealist, and loves connecting with interesting people. She can give you advice about everything from urban bike riding to 3-day weekend itineraries. She’s a great person to contact if you have questions about how to start a career in writing or just want some suggestions about getting involved in the NYC nonprofit community.

 

 

Are you looking for advice? Or partners and collaborators? Do you have knowledge to share? Create a profile to offer your expertise to the community and to connect with people who can answer your questions, partner with you on a project, or help with an idea you’ve been developing. Include information about your past work and what you’re looking to get involved in. Happy connecting!

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