I get excited about doing things collaboratively, knowing that having more perspectives, more experiences, and more divergent viewpoints at the table gets us to the most innovative solutions.
With a new advisory released in May, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy is sounding the alarm about an issue that requires urgent, broad-based action: loneliness and social isolation.
The week before Passover, I learned about the passing of Margot Stern Strom. It struck me how much of Margot’s life and teachings echoed the traditions of Passover, asking us to remember our shared history, pass down the knowledge to the next generation, and learn in community so we gain compassion and empathy for all others who are persecuted.
The apathy toward civic engagement isn’t unique, and while I used to be shocked when my classmates or friends felt so unequivocally that politics wasn’t “for them,” I’m now only sad, not surprised.
Our narrative change strategy is born out of a deep desire to foster a culture of empathy, trust, connectedness, and collaboration for every person living in the United States: one where belonging is core to our shared values and responsibility.