September 5, 2013
I have been lucky enough to work with Project Explorer in Montreal, Zambia and London. I first came in contact with the amazing Jenny Buccos and Project Explorer in high school when I wrote a piece for Jenny's incredible Good Global Citizen Campaign. It was then that I was fortunate enough to learn about such an incredible organization. I watched many of their videos and fell in love with their work. A few years later I was fortunate enough to become a part of the Project Explorer team. My first experience in Montreal was life changing. I saw first hand just how hard these women work to create the most amazing content for children with such limited funds. One of the things that amazes me the most is the tireless effort Project Explorer puts into making very complicated subject matter accessible for children in every single video. It is so wonderful to see the impact that Project Explorer has all ver the world. In Zambia, I remember just how excited the local people were to interact with us and share their culture. Project Explorer is truly breaking boundaries and creating a global community. I am so proud to work along side such strong, intelligent, dedicated, and talented women. I am the luckiest person to be able to continue to travel with them. Like millions of children all over the planet, my eyes have been opened to a world beyond my backyard. Project Explorer has changed millions of lives including my own.
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