August 2018

A Global Consultant Finds Her Purpose While Caregiving

by Rajiv Mehta.

Caring Conversation — Catherine Lelong Catherine Lelong is a brand and marketing strategy consultant involved with a handful of Bay Area-based nonprofits. She is a founding member of the Latino Giving Circle San Francisco, at the Latino Community Foundation; chairs the board at the What If? Foundation; and is a board member of the Family…

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An Anthropologist Learns About Community Leadership From Her Pet Carer

by Rajiv Mehta.

Caring Conversation — Dawn Nafus Dawn Nafus is an anthropologist with Intel. She is also on the advisory board of Atlas of Caregiving, was deeply involved in the Pilot Study, and participated in parts of the Mapping Santa Barbara project. Dawn has published two books, as co-author of Self-Tracking, and as editor of Quantified: Biosensing…

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A Health & Technology Pioneer Learns That Joy, Even In Illness, Doesn’t Have an Age Limit

by Rajiv Mehta.

Caring Conversation — Susannah Fox Susannah Fox advises companies and nonprofits on how to navigate the intersection of health and technology. She recently served as the Chief Technology Officer of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Susannah is on the advisory board of Atlas of Caregiving. Rajiv: What is your caregiving experience, right…

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A Life-Long Educator Cares For His Mom, And Learns From His Grandson

by Rajiv Mehta.

Caring Conversation — Phil Alvarado Phil Alvarado is the former Superintendent of the Santa Maria Bonita School District (a Kindergarten–8th grade school district in Santa Maria, CA). He is also a trustee of the Santa Barbara Foundation, which has funded Atlas of Caregiving’s work in the region. Rajiv: What is your caregiving experience, right now…

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