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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…


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Amazing

By on March 29, 2016

Each of us has a list of words that we think are overrated.  Sharing these lists with people in my life always makes me laugh, and inevitably teaches me something about them and their approach to life and communications.

I worked for a beloved boss who would strike out the…


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Around the Globe – Round the Clock: 24 Time Zones of People to Watch Who Want to Change the World

By on March 19, 2016

This post first appeared on the UN Foundation Blog on March 17, 2016.
Fortunately for our planet, many people are filled with optimism. “I am going to change the world” is a phrase I often hear from advocates on every issue. It is a great sentiment, and one I wholeheartedly support. But…

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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