Christine helps Transition Projects by working in the Clothing Room, sorting and organizing the donations. Cart by cart, hanger by hanger, she looks to see which donations will be offered for their participants, stored, or repurposed to another agency. “Often I am running back and forth to get just the right thing. Sometimes I will engage with a person who just needs to tell their story or their worries,” she says.
Illustrator Nicole Medina collaborated with us on our September sock subscription box, and we couldn’t be more amped. This first-gen Latinx and Philadelphia native has created for some huge names, including The Washington Post, Target, Bitch Media, and others, so we are hollering from the rooftops for everyone and their mother to get a hold of her exclusive socks!
Nina Sorochynskyj puts her best friends to work! This Certified Professional Dog Trainer has taught her own pets to search, rescue, and detect everything from bodies to bedbugs. When she’s not training other people’s dogs, she’s with her pack walking trails, herding chickens, helping police, or just relaxing in nature.
Meghan McCloskey created Craft + Boogie out of pure necessity. Since then, her side-hustle-turned-full-business has formed partnerships with multiple foster care resources, children’s hospitals, under-resourced elementary schools, and other organizations that provide emergency assistance and education.
Sign language interpreter and advocate Andrew Tolman founded Fingers Crossed Interpreting to create accessibility for deaf and hard of hearing individuals in a wide swath of community programs. We are thrilled to feature them as our Human of the Month!