November 2015 Newsletter

Upcoming Events & Workshops

Transformative Storytelling for Non-Profit Volunteer Administrators
Thursday, November 5, New York University Kimmel Center
Develop skills to tell the story of your volunteer program. Learn how to tell stories with your data. After completing this workshop, you will be better able to tell your volunteer story to a range of audiences, including prospective volunteers, funders, organizational leadership, and the public at large. Learn more and register here.

Awesome Foundation presents #AwesomeTalks
Thursday, November 19, Orbital Space
Make more awesome happen in New York City. We're convening at Orbital (155 Rivington Street) for a night of fun, ideas and excitement. Come one, come all, bring a guest, and hang loose. Beverages and food will be provided. RSVP.

GIVNYC 2015, presented by Givkwik
Tuesday, December 1, Impact Hub NYC
GIVNYC 2015 is a live participatory philanthropy event taking place in New York City on Giving Tuesday (December 1). Learn more.

SAVE THE DATE: A Celebration of Makers
Monday, December 11, 5-9 pm, NY Designs
Join us in celebrating the creativity of makers in our neighborhood (Long Island City, Queens), from the arts, design and tech to film and TV to food and fashion. More details coming soon.

Transformative Storytelling Class
Monday, December 14, 7-9 pm, Centre for Social Innovation NYC
Join Foossa’s Lee-Sean Huang in uncovering the narrative structures and strategies used by social change practitioners and entrepreneurs for building community and inspiring action. Register today and use code Huang25 to get 25% off. 

Recent Media & Publications

Ethos Magazine Interview: Lucy Chesters talks to Lee-Sean Huang about our work with Wisdom Hackers, UX for Good, and the Kigali Genocide Memorial

Rising Minds at Soho House: Video of Lee-Sean's presentation about our design collaboration with UX for Good and the Kigali Genocide Memorial 

6 Essential Skills for Design and Social Innovation: What you need to succeed at Foossa or in a related career path

Designer as Method Actor and Translator: Design as "becoming" and act of radical empathy