Flower at the site of 9/11 Memorial
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20 Years After 9/11: Still Finding Purpose in the Spirit of Service

The reality is that service isn’t something we turn on and off. It’s a way of life, a commitment, and a drive to be there, for and with one another. Yes, we live in divisive times, and the weight of this world can often feel impossible to bear — some much more than others. But if we start where we are, good can always take hold.
Rally of people in Washington DC with American Flags. The Capital Building is in the distance
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A Time Like No Other…Or Is It?

“As security fears gripped its capital and a global calamity continued to claim the lives of hundreds of thousands of its citizens, the United States prepared for a presidential inauguration unlike any in its history.” That sentence…
CEO of Mission Partners, Carrie Fox signing the WeTheChange declaration

Living Our Core Values

By: Carrie Fox, Mission Partners CEO As a purpose-driven B CorporationTM, our values are the heart and soul of our company. They drive our growth and inform our hiring processes.  But it’s easy for those words to become empty promises…
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Out of Office

Carrie Fox “Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, including you.” Anne Lamott   --- If you know me even a bit, this next line won’t surprise you. I work a lot. It’s not a bad…

The Women We Admire Most

By Carrie Fox   "We all move forward when we recognize how resilient and striking the women around us are." Rupi Kaur Every day, I enter a workplace surrounded by women I admire; women who press for progress on issues that matter…
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The Trouble With Like-Mindedness

By Carrie Fox   I used to think that one of the key pillars to success was to surround myself with like-minded people. Surely, those who thought similarly to me and who had taken similar education or career paths would be my best…
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Finding Harmony Through Tragedy

By Carrie Fox Fifty years ago, on December 24, 1967, Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his Christmas Sermon on Peace and Nonviolence from Ebenezer Baptist Church at Atlanta, Georgia. As I reflect on the tragic events of this week, there no…