Entries by amunalaima


Editor’s Note: The below post is part of our Alumni for Impact series, which features alumni who are making a difference in the social sector, specifically in K-12 education, impact investing, nonprofit supportive services and social entrepreneurship.  In this post, Randy Haykin (MBA 1988), explains how his organization, The Gratitude Network, is working to “scale-up” social […]

I’m grateful for the love and support of my family over the years and for the chance to gather together on Thanksgiving in gratitude for our good fortune. Sadly, only my dear Aunt Phoebe Ellsworth, my Mom’s sister and my beloved “fairy” Godmother, is the last surviving member of her generation, so I’d like to […]

I am grateful for being honored with holding my best friend’s hand as she passed peacefully from this world. And I’m grateful for all the memories we were able to create while we waited for that moment to arrive. And I’m grateful for having met such a stunning, gorgeous, girly spirit of a friend so […]

I am grateful for all the people who have supported my husband and I through his Parkinson’s journey. He was diagnosed in 2008 and our kids, family, friends — and the organizations PAN, Parkinson’s Foundation, Michael J Fox Foundation — have all held us up when times got rough. I am eternally grateful for Dr. […]

I am grateful for the business opportunities that have come my way – even at age 73! This allow me to still have a meaningful sense of professional identity, which in turn sustains my interest in continuing to “give back” where, how, and when I can.

Day 6 – 13 (Nov 14-21) I am grateful that the Opisoftcare deal and related job opportunity for me is still a candidate for funding by two investor groups. Negotiations have been going on for this since May; it’s a Cliffanger, with serious valuation issues and structuring complications. It also appears to be a deal […]

I’m thankful for the faith I learned and the Biblical world view I received from my family and church… So glad I grew up in a country that has freedom of religion! – Matt Ziebart Portland, OR United States

I am grateful to the Gratitude Network for your support of our work for Children — TOOLBOX by Dovetail Learning — building Resilience, Self-Mastery, and Empathy for self and others. You are making it possible for us to scale our work to children everywhere. With deepest appreciation, ~ Chuck Fisher, Executive Director Sebastopol, California United […]