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  • Our ISS
  • Project Snoopy
  • Project Calliope
  • Carbon for Water
  • Partners In Health
  • Living Proof: Their Daily Bread
  • Women Deliver Safe Motherhood Initiative
  • Project Heal Service Dogs For Wounded Veterans
  • Nobel Women's Initiative
  • Portland State University SWEET Lab
  • Yonkers Partners in Education Family Literacy Program
  • Bethany House
  • Project Mercury Rising
  • ONE DROP In Honduras - Access to Safe Water for the Communities of the Dry Tropics
  • We Need To Talk
  • H2 Empower Library Project
  • Broadband for All
  • KiBO Foundation
  • United Nations Clean Water Carbon Credit Program
  • The Mary J. Blige Center for Women
  • Space Shuttle Guide
  • Solar Cooker Project for Women from Darfur
  • Free the Water
  • Feeding Children Everywhere
  • Ukraine Kids
  • Surrounded By Water: Enhancing Disaster Preparedness in Indonesia
  • Lower East Side Ecology Center
  • Do One Thing
  • Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana
  • Engineers Without Borders

Latest Blog Posts

Bangladesh on Seven Summits

It has been a little more than two years since I felt called to embark on this journey - to walk to the highest point of every continent - in an effort to put my nation of Bangladesh and her women in a more positive light in the eyes of the world. Bangladesh in southern Asia from the orbital perspective ...Keep Reading

Innovation is Risky Business

I hear the word innovation constantly. The word is used in advertising, business plans, and countless seminars and conferences. Although there are cases of misuse and overuse for sure, I believe the reason why we hear the word innovation so much is because what is needed at this moment in history is, in fact, innovation. That is, innovation defined as ...Keep Reading

Seeing Earth From Space

We all have moments in our lives where something shifts, clicks into place. For me it was in June of 2008, when I clamped my feet to the end of the robotic Canadarm-2 on the International Space Station. With me firmly attached to the end, the arm was flown through a maneuver that we called the “windshield wiper,” which took ...Keep Reading

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