Three great books for your nightstand (or beach tote). ow.ly/lil2K What's on your reading list this spring/summer?
#GivingTuesday was November 27-read all about this amazing day in Morra’s piece in the Harvard Business Review: #GivingTuesday had its share of cynics. They objected mostly to two things: First, as a social media marketing campaign, it risked being a PR stunt that did very little for increasing charitable donations or actions. Second, that staging [...]
November 27 is the first ever #GivingTuesday, a campaign to create a national day of giving at the start of the annual holiday season. We’ve been so honored to work on #GivingTuesday with the founding team from the 92St Y and the United Nations Foundation. So many of you have written about the amazing things you’re doing to celebrate this [...]
On October 9, 2012, 15-year-old Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan was shot in the head by the Taliban. It was a failed attempt to silence her — and her leading voice for girls’ education and the right of all children to go to school. The Malala Fund has been established on behalf of Malala and her family, working [...]
This post by Morra originally appeared in the Harvard Business Review. You can read the whole thing here. If the Republican Party learned one thing this election cycle, it’s that women with opinions are a force to be reckoned with. But do brands understand that? Women dominate nearly every major social media network. Weekly, 67.5 million women are [...]
Investor, entrepreneur and tech sector leader Joanne Wilson profiled Morra’s winding career path. You can read the full profile on her blog, Gotham Gal: Morra reached out to me as a fan from Boston. I want to turn the tables, I am a fan of Morra from NYC. Morras career has been a total dot [...]
We all want to change the world for the better. But how do we make this happen? What or who do we invest in to make these things happen? Girls. When we invest in girls – their education in particular. Because when 10% more girls go to school, a nation’s GDP increases 3% on average [...]