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Embracing New HeartWork as the Communications Manager at InspireHUB Technologies Inc.

Embracing New HeartWork as the Communications Manager at InspireHUB Technologies Inc.

Last month I made a pretty big change. I accepted an offer to serve as the Communications Manager for a mobile app company called InspireHUB Technologies Inc.. I’ve been doing my own thing for a really long time, but what made me want to say yes to these folks was the fact that they created a technology in response to a request from the late Nelson Mandela. He was distressed by the pediatric healthcare crisis in South Africa, and the number of women and infants that were dying because of it. (Every year at least 1,600 mothers die due to complications of pregnancy & childbirth. 20,000 babies are stillborn & another 22,000 die before they reach one month of age. In total, at least 75,000 children die before their fifth birthday.)

C’mon in and I’ll tell you why I’m so excited to have been given the opportunity to be both an Evangelist and Bard for the amazing band of better world scouts at InspireHUB, and the superheroes they serve …

Women in Poverty:  Change the Story.

Women in Poverty: Change the Story.

Test your assumptions …

Do you believe that single mothers on welfare are irresponsible deadbeats who set a bad example for their children because they are too lazy to get out and earn a living?

If so, you just wrote off Joanne Rowling, better known as the creator of Harry Potter. Coming through the death of her mother, domestic abuse, divorce and abject poverty, Jo rose from being on social assistance to become a multimillionaire in less than five years. She’s now a generous philanthropist and one of the most influential women in Britain, with TIME magazine naming her as a runner-up for its 2007 Person of the Year, noting the social, moral, and political inspiration she has given her fans.

The Malady of Otherness

The Malady of Otherness

“It’s impossible not to love someone whose story you have heard.” The beloved children’s TV host Mister Rogers carried that quote in his wallet, to remind him of the importance of listening.

“Storytelling + listening can connect residents of a divided city.”

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