Here’s to thriving social impact careers!

This article is about building a thriving environment for social impact careers in social impact organisations.

Social impact organisations, problem-solving ecosystems — working at a small or large scale — must function internally accordingly to what they preach externally. Breaking down the systemic barriers standing between people and opportunity is definitely a noble mission to pursue, but when not practiced in-house, It becomes no longer noble but dangerous.

Here is an attempt to create a coherent work environment for the change makers investing their time in your social impact organisations.


One month in Boston!

One month is probably not a long enough period of time to have accurate experience insights to share. Yet, here I go!

1. I made it here!

I never thought that I will one day be part of MIT D-Lab’s team in Cambridge, Boston, and here I am. I have the opportunity to be here through Atlas Corps, to be part of this team of smart and friendly individuals, to be immersed in the design for development experience to alleviate poverty in the world, and luckily enough, and to be part of a project taking place in Morocco, my home country!