There’s no place like home. Being born and raised in Kansas, my association with this saying has changed over time. When I lived at home
“90% of the community we serve through the Philadelphia Education Fund will be the first in their family to go to college” reads one of
As I start my first day as a PULSE volunteer, I feel the weight of accountability for GSK, for my family and for the children
I’ve been busy at my PULSE assignment, focusing on STEM education initiatives in Philadelphia, and it’s going great! I’ve learned a lot, taking part in
Be a good girl. Smile. Don’t cry when you skin your knee. Share your toys. Go to school. Get good grades. Make plenty of friends. Stand
When I was first accepted into the PULSE program, and was matched with the Philadelphia Education Fund, people asked me what I would be doing.
As I sat in my hotel room near GSK House, preparing for the PULSE training that would begin the next morning, so many different emotions
It is hard to believe that my PULSE adventure is almost done. It seems like it was only yesterday when I arrived at the Philadelphia
My PULSE assignment is going well. So much so, I’m reluctant to take the time to blog about it. I’m well past the half-way point
Today is the 30-day mark of my PULSE assignment at the Philadelphia Education Fund. The office is located downtown near GSK’s former site. I’m very
As some of you know, last July I went on a PULSE assignment at The Food Trust working on Get Hype Philly! which is a
I am just about three weeks away from starting my PULSE assignment and I can’t wait to get started. I will be working with the
“Hands Raised to Serve are More Blissful then Hands Raised to Pray”.
“I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel
If anyone has read my previous countdown blog, you’ll know I love a good (& quick!) countdown – 5 Things I heard or read over