Q: What is your role at USAID (United States Agency for International Development)? A: I’m a Policy and Innovative Financing Advisor at USAID. In this capacity, I explore ways of using innovative financing mechanisms to accelerate the development, introduction and access to life-saving commodities, and to catalyze private investment into the global health sector. As […]
Editors Note: This post originally ran this last summer. With trying to balance work and the constant late starts and school cancellations these past few weeks. I thought this blog was timely and relevant. Being a working mom is all I know. If you are in the situation where you have to work or want […]
In Scapellato’s new novel, a man is pulled into a noir detective mystery he doesn’t want to solve.
To write “Lost Children Archive,” Valeria Luiselli studied the refugee crisis “obliquely,” reading about other historical moments of children’s mass displacement, amassing a reader’s archive of loss.
Cancer is nasty. It is an insidious, life-sucking, mentally challenging and exhausting disease that tests a family in ways they never dreamed possible. It tires you, and angers you, frightens you and saddens you. How do I know this? Our family was recently blind-sided by a diagnosis that will take our mother from us far […]