Former Chief Happiness Officer at CreativeMornings, former industrial designer, volunteer at Justice League NYC, We Love You project producer, criminal justice reform activist, hand lettering beginner.
Being foreign in the country I live in and a tourist in my own, following my gut.
Don't ask, don't get.
Maya Angelou for being a multi talented, creative, rule breaking, trail blazer.
I adapt to almost any situation.
Phone numbers, license plate numbers, security code numbers, credit card numbers, numbers.
How to 3D print your name, followed by everything I know about systemic racism which would sadly take a lot more than 5 mins.
Sally’s CreativeMornings activity
Jelani Memory Starting a Company in 27 Easy Steps
Sally Rumble The Commitment Curve to Justice
Jon Setzen Founder, CreativeMornings/Los Angeles
Jacqui Lewis Revolutionary Love
DeBraun Thomas Death | Change | Power of the People
Ryan Hunley The Moment.
Drea d'Nur Finding Your Genius
Steven Pargett Redefine What it Means to be Human
Aaron Fortner Vibrant Communities
Paola Mendoza Artists... We Need You
Artists... we need you. Because with you our world is possible.
I did the only thing I could do—I got to work.
What makes a person's heart open? And what makes a person's heart close? Today, this country is suffering from a mass contraction of the heart. And I firmly believe that it is artists, it is the creative community, that can reopen the heart of America.
My questions while I study the heart is what makes a heart beat with joy? What makes a heart break with sadness? Since the election I've been asking myself the question, what is the heart of this nation?
I am an artist, and I study the human heart, so I always had hope.
Vicki Saunders Live performance by Aviva Jaye
Marcia Chatelain Creativity, Art and the History of (in)equality
Leon Ford Survivor and Storyteller
Kristy Martino The Swords of Storytelling and Survival
Michael Ventura Take Chances to Embrace Serendipity