Carrie Lee Ferguson

I’ve just returned from the Institute for Global Education Diplomacy held in Washington, D.C. March 5th-8th.  I met the most remarkable individuals who are creating positive impacts both locally and globally,...

I was recently involved in an endeavor with a group of highly intelligent and professional people, and yet the modus operandi was this: kill off the people with whom you don’t...

In a December report, UNICEF labeled 2014 as one of the worst years for children on the record.  Between war, violence and the spread of disease, Executive Director of UNICEF, Anthony...

I live three blocks from the Atlantic Ocean in North Florida.  Suppose one day some people decided that we were no longer allowed on the sand, unable to swim in the...

Congress is ready to give a foreign mining company 2,400 acres of forest in Arizona that is cherished ancestral homeland to the Apache natives, land where for centuries the Apache have...

I used to be a real lover of rules.  But my life offered me experiences to grow out of being a rule follower, and I think that’s because the world is...

My transition into 2014 spirals back to activism and to considering what creative action in the world looks like. I’ve written about creative activism before, about letting our hearts lead and...

Ok so it’s been awhile.  I’ve been busy writing about public education and working hard with a team of people to open the doors of Seaside Community Charter School in August....

  Did I mention that while I was away in New York considering how being digitally connected might serve our heart-to-heart connection, my daughter was at home making me a book...

This article first appeared on Go Girl, a magazine with a fresh new take on the global perspective. It came at the end of my first day at the Social Good...