When I was a kid, there was a haunted house in my grandma’s village. One of those houses where we, as adventurous kids, would challenge each other to go in and take a peek. No one ever made it past the front door, which was always open. At least, that’s how I remember it. My … Continue reading witches are good, a cultural diversity day story from a 12 year old, and how I got my intentional listening skills
Hi, I’m Aleli. I’m the Chief Operations and Sustainability Officer at Amara and PCF.
Today is the third Thursday of May, which means it's Global Accessibility Awareness Day. A celebration that holds a personal significance in my life.
The world needs neurodiversity just as much as an ecosystem needs biodiversity in order to flourish. And if we can make learning more accessible to more people, they might not be as afraid to speak up to ask for help, share an idea, or to change the world.