Sustainability, Storytelling and Rock Climbing: Staff Picks

Our Staff Picks this week include a rock climber who raises money for sufferers of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, an aspiring forest ranger, a filmmaker and a student studying sustainability who loves to travel.

Heading off our post is the visual storyteller and Hawaii-native Quincy Woo. Quincy tackles thought-provoking ideas in his art to both challenge and move his audience. A photographer and filmmaker, Quincy embeds his Vimeo onto his page to showcase his work.


Sydney Banks is a student at Northeastern University specializing in social entrepreneurship, marketing and sustainability. Sydney worked for a small social enterprise as a project manager on the ground in Cape Town, South Africa. Lover of the ocean and traveling, Sydney also enjoys practicing mindfulness.


Steven Price Brown is a journalist and photographer who rock climbs. Steven founded the adventure team The Green Sentinels that helps raise money for the sufferers of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Be sure to check out Steven’s Backstory which highlights his experience as an Expedition Leader of Savage Wilderness.

HeatherCallawayOur final Staff Pick this week is Heather Callaway. Heather is an environmental science major who aspires to be forest ranger. Heather is passionate about exploring sustainable practices and increasing public awareness for environmental issues.


Anna Lizaur is a Marketing Manager with about.me. She graduated from the University of Virginia. Anna is fluent in Spanish and can count to 100 in Chinese.

One response to Sustainability, Storytelling and Rock Climbing: Staff Picks

  1. Suunil S Wagh

    All these 3 things are beautiful and innovative things done by the beautiful people Talent is God Gifted

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