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The Woman Behind: Djali Brown-Cepeda, founder of Nuevayorkinos

"Too often POC stories (and the stories of all marginalized peoples in general) are regulated by or told from the point of view of someone on the outside."

Art Made Between Opposite Sides by Tanya Aguiñiga, 2017_Photograph by Gina Clyne, Courtesy of AMBOS Project

Meet Suzy Delvalle: The Woman Turning Artists' Visions Into Realities as President & Executive Director of Creative Capital in New York City

As President and Creative Director at Creative Capital, a nonprofit support organization for artists, Suzy helps foster creativity from start to finish, providing artists with the support they need throughout their process while encouraging them to create the most groundbreaking and honest work they're capable of. We sit down with Suzy to discuss her trajectory into this truly rewarding career and the importance of community for those working in artistic fields.


The Millennial Misconception

We explore the various ways Baby Boomers and Gen Xers can approach their Millennial counterparts to collaborate, learn and ultimately support one another.


A Conversation with Sally Rumble, Creative Activist + Community Builder

Sally talked to us about serving as Chief Happiness Officer at CreativeMornings, why she's now pursuing social justice work full-time, and following her heart as a time management technique.


Giving Back On Giving Tuesday (And All Season Long)

We spoke with the co-founder of Seattle nonprofit, Aurora Commons, about the wisest ways to volunteer our time and other resources + how to truly engage with our local community during the holiday season.