Peter is privileged to lead The Pollination Project’s development initiatives to enable TPP to grow in daily support of social change agents spreading compassion in their communities and in the world for the benefit of all. Peter brings to TPP unique perspective gained by over 30 years of experience in [...]
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Desire Johnson-Forte is an Oakland native and community stakeholder for the interest of young adults. She attained her B.A in English from Mills College (Creative Writing) and minor in Ethnic Studies. Between her full-time work and passion oriented consulting: she uses shared narrative to transform the possibilities society & culture [...]
Adereni Abiodun HelpMum Nigeria
The main thing this grant did for us besides fund items and materials which help us in our work, is to give us experience on how to apply to a grant, deal with the expectations of receiving grant funding, and be responsible with things like budget amendments and report writing. [...]
Birju Pandya focuses on the nexus of finance, systems evolution and inner transformation. He has been involved in the Mobius ecosystem since 2014. Birju has years of experience working in the investment world, towards creative uses of capital and designing for emergence. He also has spent years developing mindfulness-related approaches [...]
Tara is a Bay Area, California native who has spent her life rooted in service and mission driven work. This brought her to the Peace Corps where she spent 31 months in Uganda as a NGO Program Specialist. During her time in The Pearl of Africa she directed a national [...]
Ajay was born in Surrey, England, to a working-class immigrant family. Growing up in a diverse and disparate environment he enjoyed a childhood which immersed him in a variety of cultures. From early on in his life Ajay felt a great need for inner transformation. While in pursuit of this [...]
Chris McGilvery, TPP Global Kindness Lead & Founder of Give More Hugs talks about how kindness is a viable strategy for organizational outcomes. Read over your peer grantees comments, questions, and presenters answers here.
During a highly stressful week while LA apartment shopping and managing a full schedule, I called to notify the retreat staff I would no longer be able to participate in their most generous offer. “I am so sorry but I just don’t have the luxury of taking time off” [...]
An interview with Charles Orgbon, III on his successful transition out of the project he started. Read over your peer grantees comments, questions, and presenters answers here.