Nashville, Tenn. November 16, 2023 – Blood:Water, an international nonprofit partnering with African-led organizations to end health disparities, has added Scarlett Rockhold as communications manager. Rockhold will lead Blood:Water’s communications and messaging strategies across its stakeholders and help…
Blood:Water, an international nonprofit partnering with African-led organizations to end health disparities, has added three new members to its team.
Ann Kungu has been added as the Africa Partnerships portfolio manager and Agevi Michael is now an Organizational Strengthening (OS) coordinator in the Nairobi, Kenya office. Lizette Sandoval has been added to the U.S.-based team as a digital engagement coordinator.
We are immensely grateful for all of our interns and were so glad that Raegan was able to stay on through spring 2023! Plus we brought on a new intern for Fall 2022-Spring 2023, Morgan Chupp! While she…
Here is a reflection from our Fall 2021-Spring 2022 Interns, Jake and Ryan on their all too fast time with us at Blood:Water. We’re so grateful for all of our interns!
We recently said a bittersweet ‘goodbye’ to our 2021 fall – 2022 spring interns, Jacob and Ryan, and ‘hello’ to two fresh new faces! We are excited to tell you that Lauren and Raegan will be joining us for the summer, and we can’t wait for you to get to know them. Read on to learn more about the newest members of our team!
In October we had a wonderful staff retreat, where we got to reconnect as a team for the first time in a while. Here’s what we did to define our values as an organization and how we can each live them out in everything we do.
This year, we will have Michael Agevi working from our Kenya office with our Africa Partnerships department. Read on to learn about him and why he chose to join us for this internship!
If you’ve had the chance to read our newsletter last October, you saw our announcement that we had reached the stupendous milestone of raising $40 million since the beginning of our organization. Seventeen years ago, a Grammy Award-winning band had the audacious goal to help end two of the world’s greatest health crises. Joined by an incredibly passionate recent college graduate, they set out to do this by raising support all across the country, one person and one dollar at a time.
In reflecting on the end of the year, I remarked to our team this week that what excites me the most about year-end giving is not hitting a budget goal or tracking the number of gifts that…