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Agathe Gondinet

Agathe holds 14 years of experience developing strategies for skills development and gender equality internationally. Creating strategic partnerships, she closes the gap between youth and women and the labour market, especially in the power and water sectors and the manufacturing industry. Agathe holds a strong focus on Design thinking and Change management and is currently […]

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Mike Fowler

Mike is a professional coach in-training and experienced software engineer with twelve years of experience working for both startups and established companies in the San Francisco Bay Area. He worked with Caterina Fake (co-founder Flickr, Hunch) on Findery, and has spent the last five years at Airbnb, where he helped conceptualize and launch Airbnb Experiences, […]

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Emelyn Santos

Emelyn Santos is a native New Yorker and “multi-passionate” individual with a wide range of experiences that have shaped her skills for cultivating leaders and working with those who have a desire for social impact. She earned a Master’s degree in Counseling from the University of Rochester and has diverse professional experiences, including Healthcare, Higher […]

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Amy Carroll

Amy Carroll has spent 20+ years working in the social justice movement as a program directors, attorney, campaigner and strategist. Most recently, she co-founded in 2012 and built the Center for Popular Democracy from a nascent idea to a national network of 53 community-based organizing affiliates, led by four Co-Executive Directors, and supported by a […]

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Melanie Graham

Melanie is a national non-profit leader with over 17 years in the non-profit sector with missions focused on marginalized communities of color. Melanie, daughter of a white mother, Black father who presents as racially ambiguous, is Black identified, and lends her the first-hand experience with white supremacy and Black internalized oppression, both of which inform […]

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Antonia Sarris

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has provided services for the mental health population in shelter and community settings. I received my Master’s Degree in Social Work from New York University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from St. Francis College. 

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Burt Shulman

Throughout his 30-year career, Burt Shulman’s working life has centered on driving revenue via innovation, and developing creative solutions for business problems. He’s held a wide range of senior roles — business management, strategic and tactical marketing, product development, communications, content creation / distribution, and so on. He’s managed divisions comprising 60 people, and also […]

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Manon Zinzell

I coach professionals and entrepreneurs in beginning or mid-career or in leadership roles who feel stuck and who are ready to take a leap in their career or with their business. Together we define their vision, create their brand and we prepare a short- and long-term roadmap to get their vision realized. We set goals […]

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Ken Ithiphol

Ken Ithiphol sees himself as an agent of positive social change. He began his career as a social researcher, helping organizations and communities effect meaningful and lasting change through measurement and evaluation. For eight years, he led quantitative and qualitative research efforts focused on a wide array of issues, including mental health and well-being, homelessness, […]

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Krystal Portalatin

Krystal is a Queer Femme Nuyorican. As a youth she co-founded FIERCE, an LGBTQ youth of color community based organization, to fight against the impacts of gentrification and policing in the West Village. At 19 she left New York and lived for several years in Oahu, Hawaii and San Diego, California where she worked in […]

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