Announcing the Salesforce.org Changemaker Correspondents
We believe in a better future – one where everyone has a roof over their head, food in their belly, opportunity within reach, and a healthy planet to call home. It’s a big dream, but the thing is, it’s possible.
At Salesforce.org, we’re fortunate to be part of an ecosystem of organizations striving to make this future real. Behind each of them are individual people using the drive in their heart and the tools in their hand to create this change. To celebrate these people and their tireless commitment to better, we’re excited to announce the first cohort of Salesforce.org Changemaker Correspondents!
We’ve tasked four influential storytellers with bringing these stories to life. They’ll spend time on site at nonprofits and universities around the world to discover the heroes and heroines behind the scenes of social change. We’ll learn what keeps them up at night and gets them out of bed in the morning, what they are both scared of and hopeful for the future. We’ll understand how they view and use technology as a tool for change.
Meet the Correspondents
Haifa is a travel vlogger and dreamer with a passion for building cross-cultural relationships. Born and raised in Dubai, she is a self-described citizen of “Humanistan” who will focus on global education as a force for connection. She’ll join Universitat Oberta de Catalunia and discover a new approach to education where marginalized populations have equal access.
Amelia, from South Carolina, leads from the heart as a digital influencer in travel and social impact. She has a unique perspective on education with two kids in or on the way to college. In partnership with Georgetown University, Amelia will look at how colleges are adapting to evolving student needs while preparing them to become changemakers dedicated to solving the world’s greatest problems.
Daniella, documentary photographer and founder of Women Photograph, will shine her lens on the opportunity gap in the United States. She’ll share images from her time with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America and their effort to open the door to opportunity through mentorship.
Debra Barraud is a photographer and blogger who founded Humans of Amsterdam, a photo initiative that tells the stories of the many faces that fill the streets of Amsterdam. Debra will use her unique perspective to show how War Child Holland works to improve the resilience and wellbeing of children living with violence and armed conflict.
In the coming months, stay tuned for behind-the-scenes footage, correspondent profiles, and more as they dive into their stories. From climate change to the opportunity gap, illustration to video, we’ll learn about some of the most pressing challenges facing our time through art, imagery, and the written word. We’ll see the world through the eyes of those fighting these challenges every day. This is storytelling unlike any Salesforce.org has ever done before and we can’t wait to share it with you!
To meet the correspondents and the organizations they’ll be visiting, head over to:
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