Author Archives: Sarah Kess

WhoIsShe? SheGives Director of Programming and Operations Meghan Hargraves

What is Bread & Ginger and how did it come about? Bread & Ginger started because I have always had a lot to say about food, and I needed to spare my friends and family the pain of listening to … Continue reading

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Where Is She Now? Following Up With Former SheGives Fellow Amy Barrett

  Q: Where are you working now?  A: I’m working at the Boston University School of Dental Medicine. I started in December after finishing my Master’s degree in Communication Research at BU. Q: What sort of projects and responsibilities do … Continue reading

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SheShinesOn…Janson Wu, GLBTQ Legal Advocates and Defenders

Describe your job in one sentence.  I lead an organization that has been at the forefront of LGBT legal rights for almost four decades. What did you do before working at GLBTQ Legal Advocates and Defenders? I worked at an … Continue reading

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WhoIsShe? SheGives Member Tamsen Webster

We know that Laura Gassner Otting brought you into SheGives. What do you like best about Laura? Laura’s fearless. That’s what I love most about her. She sees something she likes or wants or thinks needs to happen, and she … Continue reading

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WhoIsShe? SheGives Member Janet Wu

Who brought you into SheGives? What do you like best about her? I’m lucky to be personal friends with many SheGives members including Mira Genser and Ellie Chu. It was “Love at first meeting” with Kirstan. I admire how she channeled … Continue reading

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SheGives in the Boston Globe

SheGives founder and president Kirstan Barnett was recently featured in the Boston Globe as part of a women’s philanthropy leadership summit. Kirstan met with other heads of women’s philanthropy groups around Boston; the organizations–including SheGives–are collectively donating $1 million to nonprofits … Continue reading

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