Doing good in the community

It's been a tense and intense week since Election Day, and many people have been inspired to raise their voices and take action to support the causes they believe in. There are many ways to get involved in the community, as a volunteer, a donor, or professionally. As a reminder of how many people devote their lives to bettering their communities in all kinds of ways, I wanted to highlight some of the women we've talked to who work to make the world a kinder, fairer, better place. 

Fran Watson, Amy Wallner, and Kelly Suzanne Saulsberry all work to make the communities better places, through advocacy for the LGBT community; providing fresh, high quality produce for the food insecure; and ensuring fair treatment of citizens by city government.

Breanna DiGiammarino, Shae Smith, and Emily Graslie use the power of the internet to support impact-driven endeavors, help people organize their own community service projects, and educate people about science.