Award-winning TATV programs are aired throughout the Washington D.C. metropolitan area cable televisions. The production facilities are provided by Fairfax Public Access (FPA) in Fairfax, Virginia. TATV’s dedicated and enthusiastic volunteer staff has been producing TV shows since 2005. TATV has been carrying out its mission of delivering educational, engaging, and entertaining programs on art, culture, lifestyles, music, dance, health, wellbeing, science, and technology. For more information please contact: email@example.com
Strategic organization focused on CVE (countering violent extremism). Mosaic of Peace maintains strong regional connections in government and the private sectors of key nations in the Middle East, Europe, and North America, coupled with the global diversity and breadth of professional expertise. MoP areas of expertise include international relations, diplomacy; foreign market analysis; conflict resolution; civil society capacity building and advocacy; tactical communications; strategic program development, delivery and advisory in areas of youth development and workforce training.
Junior Chamber International (JCI) is a membership-based nonprofit organization of young active citizens ages 18 to 40 in over 120 countries who are dedicated to creating sustainable impact in their communities. Our purpose is to provide development opportunities that empower young people to create positive change. Our members identify the problems in their communities and take action to provide sustainable solutions to these problems. In this regard, we are conscious that it takes a partnership between the various sectors of society to ensure sustainable development in every community around the world.
For more than 20 years, Mind & Media has helped our clients figure out what their story is, who needs to hear it, and how to tell it for maximum impact. Whether you need to recruit, train, retain, market, re-brand, promote, or manage change, we can help you find the story.
The Education Global Access Program (E-Gap) is a US-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Since its founding in 2013, E-Gap’s programs have touched the lives of over 5,000 people across 3 continents. Our mission is to develop programs and materials that sustainably enhance the impact of teachers serving vulnerable populations in conflict zones and other at risk-areas.
Designed for people who typically work from home, we offer an alternative to your home office in the casual setting of a neighborhood coffee shop. Enjoy an assortment of food and beverages provided by Boccato, brought to you as you work, and conveniently purchased through your running tab. We call it coworking because we provide a unique environment that encourages community, networking and creativity all under one roof
Engineers for a Sustainable World (ESW) is a non-profit network committed to building a better world. Established in 2002, ESW is comprised of students, university faculty, and professionals who are dedicated to building a more sustainable world for current and future generations. This involves not only direct projects on campuses, in communities, and internationally, but also educating our communities and ourselves about sustainability as a broad topic.
Shifting Patterns facilitates social change by working alongside networks that increase civic engagement and hasten the transition to a sustainable economy to take collaborative action.
Leaders in Energy is an educational, professional networking, and advisory services organization which focuses on energy, environmental, and sustainability topics. We are building a community of leaders to enable solutions leading to a sustainable energy system, economy and world. Our on-line discussions and events feature topics such as: clean energy; renewable, fossil, nuclear, and energy storage technology; energy and water issues; green infrastructure, biodiversity; community and corporate responsibility, project implementation, etc. Key building blocks of the organization involve utilizing systems thinking and interdisciplinary collaboration, recognizing the important role of talent and leadership across all generations, and helping to connect members on green job and business opportunities. The Leaders group has 2100+ members around the world in its LinkedIn group and 1400+ individuals on its mailing list in the Washington DC area. More information is available at: http://www.lercpa.org
AYVF is the Middle East trailblazer in delivering strategic training for K-12 & Uni level to support key GCC growth sectors. An idea factory, extra-curricular education launch pad and consultancy, AYVF is MENA’s first social enterprise for youth focused on hands-on STEM using Space as the bait to stimulate workforce development for diversified regional economies and has served over 205,000 youth ages 6-26 comprised of 102 nationalities since 2007.”
People helping each other build a community where public conversation is an open and thoughtful interchange and where diverse points of view and talents are harnessed for a better future.
We Are Family Foundation® (WAFF) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the vision of a global family by creating and supporting programs that inspire and educate the next generation about respect, understanding and appreciation of cultural diversity – while striving to solve some of our biggest global problems at the same time. Founded by Grammy Award winning musician, Nile Rodgers, WAFF is focused on empowering young people globally through its youth mentoring program, Three Dot Dash and TEDxTeen, an annual conference that gives extraordinary teens a platform to share their work, tell their stories and inspire others via their TEDxTeen Talks
http://NCDD.org is the hub for an amazing community of thousands of innovators in dialogue, deliberation and public engagement
We teach students, educators, and parents simple, daily mindfulness practices that build awareness and concentration, Social Emotional Learning, compassion, and creativity.
Our mission is to make society smarter and to empower people to learn and to renew themselves continuously. Kennisland develops solutions to the questions that arise during the transition to a knowledge-driven society, and is part of the vanguard of that process. We learn how this must be done by developing interventions, both on a commissioned basis and on our own initiative. We share the knowledge accumulated in doing so with as many people as possible, because knowledge only gains value when it is shared.