The Beeck Center is at the epicenter of many social innovation conversations on how government, nonprofit, business, and foundations can create better systems to support everyday people. I am excited to learn from their leadership team as they drive the conversation on social innovation and impact at Georgetown, Washington DC, and beyond.
What issues are you most passionate about?
I am passionate about working across health, education, and economic development systems to build, maintain, and restore health and well-being to local communities. I believe that it is only by changing practices, policies, and investments across sectors that we can achieve racial and economic equity.
Who inspires you?
I am inspired by artists of the impressionism and post-impressionist era, particularly Berthe Morisot, Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet, and Pablo Picasso. Like many of the great artists of their time, they spent their first decades learning and copying great works and styles developed by their realist predecessors. It wasn’t until the latter part of their lives that they developed unique personal styles considered to be radical at the time, but expressed the emotion and fear of the era. As a young person eager to make change in the world, I find peace in their stories and art.
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