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Sally Kassab

Communications Officer, Skoll Foundation

Biography

Sally has been on the communications team at the Skoll Foundation for five years. Previously, she was a journalist for 15 years, including roles as editor-in-chief of a magazine, a news reporter at one of the largest newspapers in the U.S.A., and author of a 500-page travel guidebook. She also taught a 300-level media writing class at a large university and appeared as an expert on two morning talk shows.

Recent Articles

Sally Kassab - Skoll Foundation, August 17, 2015
Adam Mordecai is editor-at-large at Upworthy. When he’s not trying to get millions of page views (300 million to date) on issues like racial justice, climate change and economic inequality,…
Sally Kassab - Skoll Foundation, July 28, 2015
Ehren Reed, the Skoll Foundation’s Director of Evaluation, was recently asked what matters when he is looking at the measurements social entrepreneurial organizations use. “Organizations have the power to achieve…
Sally Kassab - Skoll Foundation, July 12, 2015
[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nbJKeCiVfA[/embed] The United Nations just released its 2015 Millennium Development Goals report, so we thought it was a good time to share the thoughts of five experts who joined the United Nations’…
Sally Kassab - Skoll Foundation, June 30, 2015
Jenny Bowen thought her work was almost done. After 17 years of running OneSky (formerly known as Half the Sky), she had helped transform China’s child welfare institutions, and she could “see…
Sally Kassab - Skoll Foundation, May 21, 2015
Cecilia Flores-Oebanda and some of her children were jailed for four years for fighting against the Marcos regime of the Philippines. (Former President Ferdinand Marcos was removed from power in 1986). Her…
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