Host Adam Klein takes us to a distinguished panel at the Carter Center to learn more about a leading, yet preventable, cause of blindness. Special thanks to Emily Staub, Associate Director and Press Liaison to Health Programs at The Carter Center for her coordination and permission to broadcast this episode.
-IN THIS EPISODE- The African Sky Podcast is pleased to share this panel discussion regarding trachoma entitled “Seeing a Vibrant Future”, held on October 18, 2018 as part of the Conversations at The Carter Center series. Special thanks to Emily Staub, Associate Director, Press liaison to Health Programs at The Carter Center for her coordination and permissionContinue reading Episode 7: Carter Center Panel on Trachoma
Jump into 2020 with this exciting new African Sky Podcast! Host Adam Klein dives deep into the world of Malian music with noted writer, guitarist, producer, and journalist Banning Eyre! Start your 2020 with this brilliant review of the remarkable music of Mali, and then tell is what you think of the African Sky PodcastContinue reading Our First 2020 African Sky Podcast… featuring Banning Eyre!
By Jenny Cordle. One of Hadi Toure’s goals is to give back to her home country of Mali. As African Sky’s Environmental Health Program Director, she is committed to providing opportunities for Malian girls to succeed in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Hadi previously worked at STEMusso as a project manager and has continuedContinue reading DIANA Project Inspires Malian Girls Through Environmental Engineering
African Sky’s Executive Director, Scott Lacy, was recently featured in a Forbes interview with Glenn Llopis (Forbes Leadership Strategy Contributor and President/CEO of Glenn Llopis Leadership Group). Click the post headline to check out the interview about diversity, inclusion, and The Age of Personalization: Without Inclusion, Humankind Is Becoming Less Resilient [external link].
By Nicoletta Richardson. Malian-born environmental engineer Hadi Touré had only been a member of African Sky for a few months when she began to formulate the idea for a project designed to educate youth in Mali about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). As the Health Program Director for African Sky, she decided to facilitateContinue reading A.S. Environmental Health Director encourages girls to pursue science path
By Nicoletta Richardson. In 2004, African Sky was born out of love for and the desire to spread awareness of the people and cultures of Mali. Since then, African Sky has developed a wide array of unique collaborations with individuals and groups who share a passion for Mali. Over a year ago whenContinue reading Kini Fe: Connecting Returned Peace Corps Volunteers with Their Host Families
By Amy Freels. African Sky held an event at the Mucky Duck Brewery in May to benefit women in Mali in regard to literacy opportunities. Attendees learned how their support of literacy programs will not only empower women in rural villages, it will also strengthen entire families and communities. The event raised enough fundsContinue reading Passport to Literacy Event Provides Education for Dozens of Women in Mali