Writing at the intersection of leadership, human rights, social change, and gender.
In the face of heightened fear and violence, leaders must examine how a troubling global context is affecting them, their leadership, and those they lead.
"Or we can remain open. We can remain open despite every reason not to. We can digest fear, and use it to stoke the embers of compassion and inform our actions accordingly. We can acknowledge our own humanity—which includes acknowledging fear, uncertainty, and feelings of vulnerability—as well as the humanity of others."
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Recent Articles & Publications
The Lancet Planetary Health
A New Leadership Approach for Planetary Health, Aug 2017
Show Me Your Riffs: A Love Letter to Sleater-Kinney and Reproductive Rights, 9 Feb 2015
The Helms Amendment is America's foreign policy skeleton in the closet, 3 April 2013
Let Go the Reins: On Investing in Young Leaders, 1 Sept 2017
Violence against women won’t just disappear – but progress is possible, 4 March 2013
The US is Out of Sync on Contraception, 10 Jan 2012
Birth Control for Men?, Fall 2011