emBOLDen Alliances in the Media


Communities in Crisis Podcast:
Focus on Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh,
featuring our ED Dr. Neena Jain.

Thank you very much to our friends at MOAS for this wonderful insight and for the opportunity to share some of ours! Wonderful work!

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Why Global Health Matters will enrich the existing collection for the following reasons:

  •   Global health is a timely, relevant topic in our world today, especially given recent epidemics and disasters (both manmade and natural).
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“After decades of falling short, the local, national, and international community can no longer afford to be complacent – when the lives and livelihoods of humans are at risk, the stakes are simply too high.”

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Check out our 2nd new video, an interview with Fellow Logistician and Antarctic Ship Captain Alan Hickey. We asked Alan how working in Humanitarian Assistance is similar to being an Antarctic Ship Captain and why training for crises is so critical.

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Check out our latest video, an interview with Fellow Logistician and Antarctic Ship Captain Alan Hickey. We asked Alan how his experiences in the field reinforced his support of eA’s mission and work.

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14900493_654388464727692_1737221991829383850_nPublished in the Fall 2016 issue of the Colorado Nonprofit Association Magazine, “Data  & Maps: Describe Your Organizational Impact.” Click here or on photo to read full article.


Our Co-Founder, Operations & Logistics Specialist and Artist Bill Rohs is featured on CauseArtist for his unique and compelling visual artistry.

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“Increasingly, funders are advised to give to smaller locally-based organizations that deeply understand the needs of the communities they serve, especially after disasters. However, finding effective local organizations can be challenging…..”

Published by The Center for High Impact Philanthropy, University of Pennsylvania.

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“Using local networks in emergency response” just published on Charter4Change blog. emBOLDen Alliances has endorsed the Charter4Change and vigorously works toward strengthening local community-driven solutions, embracing the development-crisis nexus.

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Listening Through Lines, including 6 videos X 1-1/2 minutes to Enlighten, Inspire, Share

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“Using Local Networks in Humanitarian Disasters” published in Oxford Public Health Magazine. Emily Lawrence, Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist at emBOLDen Alliances, shares the story of several Nepalese after the 2015 earthquake, whose immediate responses saved the lives of countless individuals and invaluably directed aid efforts.

Click here and visit pages 47-50.

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An incredible article about our colleague and friend Katie-Rose Fischer-Price, her father Scott Fischer, and her hard work in 2015 Nepal Earthquake response with our ED, Dr. Neena Jain. Published in Seattle Met Magazine.


On August 24, 2015, our Executive Director joined a panel in Washington DC on Working Under Fire: Providing Health Care During Conflict.

Dr. Jain was invited by Christie Edwards, JD, LLM, Director, International Humanitarian Law, American Red Cross.  She participated in the panel with Susannah Sirkin, Director of International Policy and Partnerships & Senior Advisor, Physicians for Human Rights and Michelle Mays, Deputy Head of Mission, Doctors Without Borders/Medecins Sans Frontiers.  Watch video.

Check out the links below for more information about EmBOLDen Alliances in the media:

  • Featured nonprofit in the Boulder Daily Camera, November 22, 2015. 12107720_501278060038734_7579265056440030571_n

  • Read about our First Aid Train-the-Trainers for teachers in remote areas with Classrooms in the Clouds in the Bellevue Reporter.  June 12, 2015

  • Person2person4nepal.org was written up in NYTimes Blog.  May 4, 2015

  • “Online community gathers lifesaving gear for Nepal,” King5.com.  May 3, 2015

  • “Guiding Shared Compassion For Nepal,” Elephant Journal.  May 1, 2015

  • Blog by one of emBOLDen’s Board Members regarding her prior experience with humanitarian crises with a lens on current events in Nepal.  April 29, 2015

  • Tracy Ross, Outside Online Magazine article, “How to Help.”  April 28, 2015

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