Working Without Borders

If you had 67 years of experience, where would you spend it? 
We’ve spent it and continue to work here….

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Failure Within Borders

We have all read articles recently about “failure,” “intelligent failure,” or the “5 simple tools” to accepting and reporting failure, moving on, etc.  The commonalities of these articles in the NGO space, in particular, highlight both the need for, and the complex difficulties of sharing failures publicly. Yet far less has been written about the definition of the word “failure” and who decides its meaning.  We find that this conversation is long overdue. While it is clear that the international aid and development community should embrace sharing both successes and failures across the entire NGO stakeholder chain, we cannot afford to stop there.
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April 15 = Huge Success

Thank you all for coming out and supporting our efforts and collaboration with Seeds of Exchange and Anoothi US.  We had an amazing evening.  Thank you to our sponsors:  Bombay Clay Oven, Huia Vineyards, and Amy K. Wright Photography.


Meet More of Our Team
Meet our newest Team Members, Ellie Carley & Julia Hanby.  Read how they emBOLDen emBOLDen Alliances and the expertise they bring.

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–Apr 20: Speaker, “Local Humanitarian Response to 2015 Nepal Earthquake and Looking Ahead,” American Red Cross Mile High Chapter.
–April 25th; Panelist, Nepal Earthquake 1-year On, Posner Center.

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