Welcome to the Process Hacker News, your weekly roundup of useful news and updates from Process Hackers who have been guests on Hack the Process with M. David Green. This week we’ve got multi-potentialite experts, resettling refugees, supportive designers, and more. Enjoy!
Congratulations to Sasha Ariel Alston who won a $2500 grant from Flock DC to fund her upcoming STEM Queen Academy, a program for middle-school girls of color to help them explore and learn more about STEM!
Support Rich Mironov in a Fundraiser for Refugee Resettlement in San Francisco on August 21. The free event features a presentation by Mindy Berkowitz, Executive Director of Jewish Family Services of Silicon Valley.
Help save a life by joining Indy Hall’s Blood Drive on August 27 at National Mechanics Restaurant and Bar in Philadelphia. Alex Hillman is the founder of Indy Hall, and he also recently published an essay suggesting a few ways to fund your coworking space without relying on investors.
Designers Who Blog is a new Facebook group which aims to help designers exchange feedback and support each other. It was created by Andi Galpern.
You would think that a person with multiple passions would have a tough time being an expert on something, but listen to this episode of Jumpstart Your Joy with host Paula Jenkins to find out about owning your expertise as a multi-potentialite.
The Commonwealth Club of San Francisco is hosting a presentation by Jonathan Haidt, who was recommended by Jennifer Riel. Jonathan will speak about his upcoming book, The Coddling of the American Mind, on how colleges are failing kids.
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