For years I’ve considered writing a book to help parents raising global citizens and...Read More
What soundtrack do women hear their whole lives? We can give our girls a way to fight for themselves when they are young by teaching them to be warrior princessesRead More
Why is my family fundraising for Exile International (they restore child soldiers) this during the...Read More
by Elisa | Mar 11, 2019 | Anthropology Psychology Sociology, Art of Advocacy, Children-in-Need, Community, Family & Relationships, Hard Conversations, Seeking Justice, Sex Trafficking, United States | 0 |
Today I did something scary. Actually, this is the second time in a couple weeks this has...Read More
Road trips are both a regular and vibrant part of my life. Although I would often prefer to travel...Read More
At Average Advocate we talk about finding our best role to change the world on global social...Read More
If you have kids—and if you are reading this you probably do—empowering them to not just survive...Read More
Recently I shared a story about the very real subject of talking about sex with your kids. And not...Read More
What I’m I About?
Like you might be, I’m a busy parent, a leader of some, and I even burnt-out while doing world changing things (surprise!). I re-calibrated. I’ve brushed-off, grown a little, and now use my experiences (both the good and bad) to continue empowering you to make a difference–but while also guiding you be more fully alive. Sound good? > Let’s do this!