Sharing the things I learned, the books I read, the people who inspired me, and the thoughts that might take a chance for a better future.

Taken on February 14, 1990, by the Voyager 1 space probe. Showed a tiny dot called Earth, within deep space, from a record distance of about 6 billion kilometers (3.7 billion miles). That’s here. That’s Home. That’s us. Read more

In the laboratories, fields, and minds of women and girls in science, we find the architects of tomorrow, building a world where curiosity for knowledge knows no gender.

How your brain holds the key to unlocking your potential and achieving goals, even when facing tasks you’d rather avoid.

This was a humbling experience, as I had the opportunity to meet my mentor’s mentor.

Learning about the work on discovering novel antibiotics from microbial dark matter was a profound experience for me.

Community workers on the value of local people’s power and service.

A giant in the world of public health, who reclaimed the new possibilities, of what it means to be human, of what the world could be.

Book Recommendations

I always enjoy reading others’ book lists, here are some of the books that might be added up on my digital bookshelves.

As a scientist reveals the surprising benefits of a good night’s sleep, you’ll never think of your bed in the same way.

This book challenges perceptions with concrete data, unveiling the truth about our world’s progress and inviting a more hopeful perspective.

The final book from Stephen Hawking addresses some of our universe’s most fundamental questions from a uniquely humanist perspective.

This is a book I read, re-read, and plan to un-read.

“We live on an island surrounded by a sea of ignorance. As our island of knowledge grows, so does the shore of our ignorance.”

John Archibald Wheeler

Theoretical Physicist