All posts by Anna Kupriyanova

Maggie MacDonnell: Transforming The Life Of An Indigenous Community In Canada

It's incredible how low the value of teaching has dropped these days. Maggie Macdonnell, the winner of The Global Teacher Prize, is transforming a remote indigenous community in Canada. She is proving the absolute importance of education. 

/ July 31, 2017

Circular Board: A Virtual Accelerator For Womenpreneurs You Should Know

If you keep searching for a business accelerator of your dreams, and nothing seems to fit, try Circular Board. This virtual collaborative accelerator for women entrepreneurs may just be what your heart desires and your business needs. 

/ July 18, 2017

Point 453: How Ethan Paisley Is Changing The Scene Of Youth Documentary

Think documentary-making is reserved only for the old and wise? Think again. A 16-year-old Ethan Paisley has debuted at the Festival de Cannes 2017 with his feature film Point 453, and there is much more to his story and flourishing career. 

/ July 14, 2017

This Intimate Podcast By Sex Therapist Esther Perel Is An Absolute Must-Listen

Esther Perel found a way to make intimate therapy sessions help more people than just the two. In her podcast, Where Should We Begin, couples of diverse backgrounds let others listen in on their stories and struggles.

/ July 6, 2017

How Kitchen Connection Is Using Tech To Feed People Around The World

An interactive social network for all of us - food lovers - is stealing the show. Inspired by a personal experience, Earlene Cruz created Kitchen Connection, a platform "where the love of food could be the source of peace and cultural exchange for others". 

/ July 6, 2017

How GiveEffect Is Encouraging Millennials To Be More Giving

Being self-centered is on top of the list of Millennials' qualities. Anisa Mirza founded Giveeffect, a fundraising solution for charities, that counts on millennials to engage with nonprofits and give back. 

/ July 6, 2017

Loam Magazine: Taking Eco Arts To A New High

Rejoice the lovers of printed matter, arts and nature. Here comes a stunning eco arts magazine and an environmental justice movement. A place to share stories, encourage activism and admire the beautiful creations from the people across the world. 

/ July 4, 2017

Bee The Change: How To Resolve Poverty Crisis And Save Bees All At Once

"Bee The Change", a small but ambitions project by Dawn Musil is using beekeeping skills and supplies to both help the bees and create jobs for the economically-disadvantaged people. 

/ June 28, 2017

University Beyond: How Doug Messer Solves The Puzzle Of Student Unemployment

To students, the quest of finding the dream-job is never ending. Which is why discovering a new cool platform for job-hunting immediately brings out the spark in the eyes of campus dwellers. University Beyond by Doug Messer is the new place to do your search for...

/ June 26, 2017