Category Archives: Stewardship

How are the people over there? My “Blog Action Day” Power of We post

In honor of this year’s Blog Action Day topic, the Power of We, I will share a story about a group of farmers in the village of Bani Goungu, a couple of kilometers south of my village, Tonkossare.  Back in … Continue reading

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Continuously Improving the Neighborhood at Work

I am transitioning.  For the past two years, I spent nearly every waking moment focused on earning my MBA in Sustainable Business at the Bainbridge Graduate Institute.  And when I wasn’t in class over the internet or in person at … Continue reading

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Just Graduated…Hello world, again!

Hello readers, my hibernation from blogging due to completing my MBA in Sustainable Business at Bainbridge Graduate Institute has now officially ended.  Expect to see new content shortly.  For now, here’s hope for a bright, resilient future in our communities.

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Using new technologies for the public good

In general, I am a late adopter of technology.  This partly results from having lived in a mud hut during the smartphone explosion and returning after three and a half years abroad to a faster-paced America.  However, being in a … Continue reading

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What happens when the moderates leave?

Hello readers, You have not heard from me in a while because I’ve been finishing up my penultimate quarter at Bainbridge Graduate Institute, getting my MBA in Sustainable Business.  Only three months and two days to go. In this column … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day is for Love, Love is essential for Community

The blog Cacao for a Cause posted today about purchasing a chocolate that expresses the authenticity of your love.  High quality, sustainable chocolate offers a story about community.  Each bar of chocolate produced and distributed with the livelihood of its … Continue reading

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Have a Dream, Be a Citizen

As Martin Luther King Jr day 2012 comes to a close, I’m reminded to think of this “holiday” as a day on, not a day off.  Dr. King’s message to all of us resonates in how we come together over … Continue reading

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