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A Title That Must Not Be Lost in Translation

By on May 23, 2016

What do you call a refugee woman whose child has special needs?  The answer cannot afford to be lost in translation.

It should be an obvious answer.  But it got lost in translation (literally) when I visited last month with a group of people who had fled the Syrian city…

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Funeral Potatoes

By on May 11, 2016

Today I attended a funeral.  I was reminded that sometimes the best thing to wipe away tears is not a tissue, but a creamy, cheesy casserole dish of goodness.

There are moments when food becomes more than just something to eat.  Food can be something that speaks volumes about a…

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Under the Quilting Frames

By on May 8, 2016

My mom is a quilter. Growing up I would play with my trucks and toys under a big quilting frame as a group of mothers stitched and shared stories. This community of moms talked about their hopes and dreams and the issues that mattered to their families like schools,…

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Some Stories Weren’t Made for Children: The Real-life Unfairy Tales of Syrian Children Refugees

By on May 5, 2016

 

Today I am on my way to New York for a special kind of convening, the convening has moms in its title, Moms +SocialGood, but it is really about something we all can relate to: childhood. I will be presenting a powerful video series that was brought to my…

Aaron Sherinian
Washington, DC

I am a Communicator, Dad and Global PR guy who is inspired by the fascinating people in my life. I love the challenges that a new world of communications means for those of us who work across borders and time zones to try and create powerful conversations that will make the world a better place.

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