The path to becoming a youth leader isn’t clear cut. It doesn’t always follow the direction you think it should.
This summer it has been my pleasure and honor to work with Dr. Feldman, the executive director of Artistic Circles.
June 26th was the Book Launch for Building Communities of Trust. The event brought together leaders and future leaders who participated in creating social justice and media projects, the book and case studies. Guests included the book editor, cinematographer, board member and science editor, former director of marketing for a major TV station, a recent MBA graduate, […]
Ann Feldman wrote “Familiar/Unfamiliar” for Dan Bena’s new book “500 Words, or Less: True Stories of Purpose, Passion, and Life Lessons.”
Who Holds up Half the Sky” is an investigative podcast discussing the possibilities of advancing feminist activism in China under censorship and lack of free speech. Influential activist figures appear in China’s history from the Qing dynasty to the Maoist era with its famous quote: “Women Hold up Half the Sky”. But Chinese women have […]
WOW Bangalore aims to bring all bulk water users together, to help them explore how they can move from being part of the problem to being part of the solution. Industry leaders, government officials, business leaders, apartment custodians, decision-makers in malls and tech parks, researchers in academia, and media persons, are all part of these […]
Water is the Future for Young People. With the growing clean water shortages worldwide, water will be the central problem for future generations. Critical to successful water sustainability is building trust between all the stakeholders – youth, experts, corporations, NGOs, government, academics – where the local wisdom is honored and respected by well-intentioned outside partners. Our […]
Ann was one of a select group of writers chosen for mentorship by a successful writer for this book. AWP is a national writing group made up of fifty thousand members. Association of Writers & Writing Programs. Learn more about “A Fire In My Soul” >>