Leading fashion designer Abi Ferrin is partnering with Mary Kay as the newest Cause Champion to raise awareness for the company’s domestic violence prevention programs. As a Mary Kay Cause Champion, the award-winning designer will travel the nation to share her story and the company’s commitment to ending domestic violence. The partnership is the most recent component of Mary Kay’s Don’t Look Away campaign which works to educate the public on recognizing the signs of an abusive relationship, how to take action and to raise awareness of support services.
February 6, 2015 /3BL Media/ - The Office of the Commissioner of Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association jointly announced today a partnership with the United States Government through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to focus on education in the Dominican Republic.
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Last year, Christine Chung and Salwa Majoka were 12th grade students at Northview Heights Secondary School in Toronto. Christine describes herself as “a lifelong creative doer” and someone who “explores human conditions, trying to convey them in her work.” Salwa says that she “finds happiness in visually sharing stories and conceptually strong ideas, hoping she can make people ‘think’ about issues.”
2014 Foster G. McGaw Prize Winner Honored for Its Holistic Approach to Healthcare
Columbia, South Carolina resident Rhonda Marshall was a model patient. After receiving a kidney transplant 10 years ago, she routinely visited her doctor for health checkups and worked hard to stay healthy. She decided to visit Palmetto Health for a free screening, which included a test of her hemoglobin A1C, or HbA1C.
We are delighted once again to announce the Paul Polak Scholarship from MFA Design for Social Innovation. Paul has been a friend, advisor and inspiration to our program, and to the millions of people around the world whose lives he has changed through his work to end poverty. This $10,000 scholarship will be awarded to a student in the class of 2017.
Applications are open, please apply at dsi.sva.edu/apply. Applicants will automatically be considered for the Paul Polak Scholarship, no separate application is required.
Howard Connell, managing director of Georgia Tech’s new Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business, points to the panel of presenters at the Center’s inaugural event as an example of how it plans to address the systemic complexities of sustainability.