My journey and 2018/2019 recap
Below are my favorite stories and photographs that I’ve taken during the year. These are kind and passionate people seeking to make a difference in the world.
January 19, 2019 Entry.
End the cycle of violence with kindness. If you know anyone who is suicidal, hurt, lost, depressed, or homeless who needs a job. My contact info is on here.
February 14, 2019 Entry.
Friends at Startupgrind Global, It was a pleasure to be a part of the event and to have worked with you all on photos. It was pure chaos, but in a good way. It all worked out beautifully. Your speakers, sponsors, attendees, and staff were all wonderful. Community is the answer. Startupgrind.com
I am launching my .org in July. More info will be available.
Kindfuture.org — Foundation and Startup Lab for nurturing cause based entities. 2020 Emphasis: The Arts, Education, Mental Health and Community.
After years of working in technology as business strategist, chief storyteller and senior photographer for many wonderful organizations, I am now embarking on new journey towards preserving culture in society, human potential, and the future of planet earth.
Thank you kindly for visiting.
MAMA HOPE | mamahope.org
Their mission is to help communities achieve lasting, self-directed prosperity by challenging a broken aid system — one that perpetuates poverty and disempowerment. They do this by directly supporting projects in education, health, women’s empowerment, agriculture and beyond — that are 100% community-led. | San Francisco Team
SFJAZZ | SFJAZZ.ORG
Founded by Randall Kline in 1983 under the name Jazz in the City, SFJAZZ has become the world’s leading cultural institution devoted to jazz and related forms of music, presenting over 300 performances each year at the new SFJAZZ Center and throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.
In addition to presenting the SFJAZZ annual season, the San Francisco Jazz Festival and SFJAZZ Summer Sessions, SFJAZZ supports a vibrant local music scene with Hotplate events and their free summer concerts at Stanford Shopping Center and Levi’s Plaza, and nurtures aspiring musicians with diverse education programs and performing ensembles.
In picture | Imani Cezanne, Community Outreach /
Brandon Harrell, Program Manager
Founders Embassy is the world’s first accelerator designed for international and immigrant entrepreneurs committed to making a positive impact on the world.
Founders Embassy focuses on elevating, inspiring, and educating international and immigrant founders by offering them unprecedented access to Silicon Valley through its immersive acceleration programs, impactful events, and thought leadership — all without any exchange of equity. Founders Embassy is designed to be a “home away from home” for global entrepreneurs whether they are visiting founders from another country or immigrant founders living in the U.S.
Zero 1 | zero1.org
ZERO1 is a Silicon Valley hybrid arts organization. They connect creative explorers in art, science, and technology to provoke and explore new ideas that build engaged and vibrant communities. (via Impact Hub SF)
Shamsher Virk, Program Director | Maya Holm, Communications Manager
Rand.org | Rand.org
The RAND Corporation is a research organization that develops solutions to public policy challenges to help make communities throughout the world safer and more secure, healthier and more prosperous. RAND is nonprofit, nonpartisan, and committed to the public interest. (San Francisco Team)
“The Wizards of Armageddon sets up shop in the Silicon Valley”
Lava Mae San Francisco| Homeless Mobile Showers | Lavamae.org
A photo series with CEO and Founder, Doniece Sandoval
Oakland ImpactHub | Official Photo Assets
with interim CEO, David Jackson and senior community team
IMPACT HUB FOUNDERS DINNER AND AWARDS NIGHT
California founders and local community gathering in Oakland
Impact Hub San Francisco / SF Public Press / Tippingpoint.org
Homelessness Conference. A gathering of bright minds in solving a crisis.
Art Heals with Harrison Love (SFMOMA Fort Mason Gallery Artist)
an exploration of ballet and mental health.
Andy René Tran