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About Priyanka Jaisinghani

Caught at the intersection of social innovation and entrepreneurship, Priyanka is working on the front lines with mission-driven organizations. She has previously worked alongside the Centre for Social Innovation, Ashoka, charity:water and American Red Cross. She currently works with Audicus and is collaborating on her writing column on the Millennial perspective with Conscious Magazine. She holds a BA in Psychology, Arabic and Public Relations.
Latest Posts | By Priyanka Jaisinghani
Breaking the Stigma of Mental Health. The Journey to #CureStigma
6 days ago

Breaking the Stigma of Mental Health. The Journey to #CureStigma

1 in 5 Americans deal with mental health issues, and almost all have faced stigma from friends, peers, and strangers. Stigma promotes an environment of shame, fear, and silence. Stigma …
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The Power of Community: Supporting Each Other to Combat Loneliness and Isolation
2 weeks ago

The Power of Community: Supporting Each Other to Combat Loneliness and Isolation

Across the globe, headlines focused on the COVID-19 pandemic dominate news headlines and have shown how difficult this situation has been for many of us. These next few weeks will …
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The 2019 Social Good Summit—3 Big Ideas to Take Us Forward 
8 months ago

The 2019 Social Good Summit—3 Big Ideas to Take Us Forward 

“Our impact is unimaginably amplified when we work together.” —Asha Curran, CEO of Giving Tuesday  

The 2019 Social Good Summit (presented by 92Y, Mashable, the United Nations Foundation, and the …
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Ushering in Young Leaders to Advance the Global Goals
2 years ago

Ushering in Young Leaders to Advance the Global Goals

What started as a worldwide search amongst the millions of young people who are contributing to the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, amassed to the first class …
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Standing With Refugees: A Global Conversation About A Global Crisis
2 years ago

Standing With Refugees: A Global Conversation About A Global Crisis

“Refugees are people like anyone else, like you and me. They led ordinary lives before becoming displaced, and their biggest dream is to be able to live normally again. On …
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2030 Now: Bringing Youth to the Conversation
3 years ago

2030 Now: Bringing Youth to the Conversation

“What type of world do you want to live in by the year 2030?”

September brought forth multiple events from the Social Good Summit, the Clinton Global Initiative to the …
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How Virtual Reality is the Power of Immersive Storytelling
3 years ago

How Virtual Reality is the Power of Immersive Storytelling

The line curled around the room and zigzagged several rounds outside. With curiosity getting the best of me, I wasn’t about to miss out on a chance to test out …
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8 Social Good Apps That Will Empower Your Day
3 years ago

8 Social Good Apps That Will Empower Your Day

Technology is accelerating the rate of which we’re redefining the way we interact with each other. Within a couple of years, we’re going to be flying man home to the moon, …
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Changing The Way We Visualize The Syrian Refugee Crisis
4 years ago

Changing The Way We Visualize The Syrian Refugee Crisis

There are over 4 million refugees (and counting) who have left ‪Syria since the beginning of the war. For many of us, the only context we get to understand the …
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Women in Front: New Technology Unites Women Leaders To Solve Issues Together
4 years ago

Women in Front: New Technology Unites Women Leaders To Solve Issues Together

The intersection of technology and social good is a powerful combination. Over the past few years, technology has been a catalyst used to widen influence and understanding by easily connecting …
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Tackling Gender Barriers to Access Education
5 years ago

Tackling Gender Barriers to Access Education

The Clinton Global Initiative is an annual gathering of leaders that build partnerships between businesses, NGOs, governments and individuals to make commitments to transform and advance communities. This year, Clinton …
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