Helping the Visually Impaired, One Hug at a Time

Growing up in South Korea, Chloe Koo witnessed her uncle’s struggles with a disability, The graphic and visual designer wanted to find some way to help. “Seeing the challenges my uncle had to overcome really pushed me to create something ... read more

Getting Girls Creating: Closing Tech’s Gender Gap

Silicon Valley is a male-dominated world, with men holding most of the jobs, the highest salaries, and, with some notable exceptions (Yahoo CEO Melissa Mayer, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg), the most important positions. Many theories have been floated to explain ... read more

#Lang 30: ‘A Transcendentally Important Mission’

Jahmila Joseph’s career has been guided by a passion for civic engagement, from her time working for Brooklyn Borough President Carolyn Greer to her role counseling New School alumni seeking careers in government to her appointment to the president’s cabinet ... read more