Linda M. Kaufman

Linda M. Kaufman

The first homeless person I ever met was at a shelter, where I was volunteering. I drove back to seminary, realizing that the women there were much more like me than different. For the next 20 years, I devoted myself to homeless services, but I saw no reductions in...
Young Lee Hertig

Young Lee Hertig

As Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has said, the most segregated hour in America is 11:00 on Sunday mornings. In 1981, as a first year Asian American seminarian, I was faced with a Eurocentric curriculum that excluded non-white perspectives. That launched my campaign to...
Kathleen Marie Chromicz

Kathleen Marie Chromicz

Nearly 25 years ago, teaching school in Southern California, my principal said she was going to Zimbabwe to start a school – and that I should join her. Two years later, when my sons were 12 and 16, she called to invite me to teach in the new middle school. I...
Paul Tasner

Paul Tasner

I have always worked for others. Some employers have been small start-ups, others large multinationals. But I had never done anything entrepreneurial, until I founded PulpWorks in 2011. My last position was as Senior Director of Operations at a mid-sized consumer...