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Kelly Russo and the International Rhino Foundation

Kelly Russo and theInternational Rhino Foundation There are fewer than 30,000 rhinos left roaming the wild. And those numbers are dwindling. One rhino poached every eight hours We caught up with Kelly Russo, the Communications Manager for the International Rhino Foundation, a conservation group which aims to preserve and spread the word about all five…

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Emily Vuxton: Stitching Together the Unraveling Louisiana Coast

Emily Vuxton: Stitching Together the Unraveling Louisiana Coast Some analyses put wetland loss at nearly 14 football fields per day. Losing land – fast When we think of land and habitat loss in the United States, no region is more striking and visceral than the Louisiana coast. Some analyses put wetland loss at nearly 14…

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Ellie Lacks: Turning Trauma Into Indelible Love

Ellie Lacks: Turning TraumaInto Indelible Love Ellie connects children and animals who need each other most. Ellie’s Gentle Barn… a dream come true The Gentle Barn started in California in 1999 as a refuge for abused and neglected animals: those who were too old, sick, lame, or otherwise unadoptable. It has since grown to three…

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Erin Hogeboom: Dedication In Service

Erin Hogeboom: Dedication In Service A Helping Hand Erin Hogeboom’s professional and personal lives can best be surmised in one word: service. In just a short interview, she spoke only of how she’s reached out to strengthen her community through service. “My litmus test for a new job is whether it serves the community, and…

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Wesley Trimble: Tenacious Trekker and Trailblazer

Wesley Trimble: Tenacious Trekker and Trailblazer Nurtured in Nature Wesley Trimble grew up in an outdoors kind of family. They valued hiking and exploration of the various trails and peaks around their Colorado home. It’s the reason Wesley climbed his first 14,000 foot mountain by age nine. Even living with a mild form of Cerebral…

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Jennifer Gregg: Journey Innovator for Herself and Others

Jennifer Gregg: Journey Innovator for Herself and Others This life coach is helping people forge their paths. It’s about that balance Jennifer Gregg, more commonly referred to as Coach Jen, is a Philly-based life coach born in Queens, New York. Her Master of Science in Behavioral Sciences degree informs her positive messages, which she tries…

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Mike Smith: Cancer Survivor, Advocate, Passionate Athlete

Mike Smith: Cancer Survivor, Advocate, Passionate Athlete Taking all the opportunities he can to provide a voice for others. Give it all or nothing Meet Mike Smith, a cancer survivor turned political advocate for any passion that rears its head. Mike is something of an advocacy entrepreneur, always eager to work on exciting and challenging…

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Ryan Cope: Bridging the Conversation Between People, Plastic, and the Pacific

Ryan Cope: Bridging the Conversation Between People, Plastic, and the Pacific Researcher turned blogger, urging action against plastic one story at a time. “It’s like turning a tanker around.” She didn’t grow up around the ocean, but nothing fascinated Ryan Cope more during her childhood in Western New York. The allure of the sea drove…

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Dawn Mahan: The Driving Force Behind Successful Projects

Dawn Mahan: The Driving Force Behind Successful Projects From small-town PA to international businesswoman. Big City, Bigger Experiences Dawn Mahan is best described as a Jack (or rather, Jane) of all trades. As an unapologetic trendsetter from central Pennsylvania, when she had the opportunity to move to the Philadelphia area for work, she was thrilled.…

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