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  • Omaat .org

    This would have been so cool to go to. Maybe next year? =)

  • Julenne Esquinca

    I feel really happy to be part of the GOOD community, I can't recall how I found GOOD but I am thankful for that. GOOD has helped me to understand that there are lots and lots of valuable people out there and that a person should work for whatever feels more passionate for. I am happy that you guys did this program, and I hope in a nearby future to be part of it.
    Best wishes, Julenne

    • Alessandra Rizzotti

      Thanks for sharing Julenne. I'd love to include that in our members' great comments! We love to hear from you guys about GOOD!

      • Julenne Esquinca

        Thank you Alessandra keep on the GOOD work.

        • Alessandra Rizzotti

          YOU keep on doing your amazing work. It was so inspiring to see you present at all the Fellow events. I love how universal all your programs were, and that they could be duplicated in so many countries!

  • paula lombardo

    INSPIRING! I would love to organize or take part in one of these! I am, in fact, both beginning a PhD program Sustainability Education and moving to Sardinia, Italy for the opportunity to be a part of something that honors global citizenship and, without sounding to cliche, could make a difference in the world today. Keep up the GOOD work! :-)

  • Lou Pizante

    This is a keen and heartening distillation in what was a thought provoking and inspiring week. What can we do now to make the fellowship and the important lessons you identified a launching pad to accelerate greater progress?!

  • Carolyn Sams

    Thanks for letting me a part of this extraordinary week! I loved the potluck dinner that we had on Thursday night, so props to #9. I feel encouraged that the ideas we talk about week in and week out finally became reality. So awesome!

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    It was inspiring to meet all these fellows. What I learned from them: Projects that do good can be replicated around the world, so we should all be sharing what we think makes progress.