Nisha Kumar Kulkarni 17 posts
Nisha Kumar Kulkarni is a writer and content coach based in New York City. She’s passionate about helping female business owners and creatives become stronger storytellers and advocates of the work they’re doing in the world.

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Making Change Happen | 5 Marketing Lessons for Your Social-Impact Career

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In his Seth Godin describes marketing In his 2018 book This Is Marketing, Seth Godin describes marketing as “The act of making change happen.” Unless “marketing” is part of your job description, you likely don’t identify as a marketer. However, Godin suggests thinking of marketing not as advertising, but as a force to make the world […]

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Should You Join a Women-Only Coworking Space?

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Have you heard of The Wing? It’s a quickly expanding women-focused coworking space and social club with locations in New York City, Washington DC, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, soon to be setting up shop in London, Paris, and Toronto. And The Wing is just one example of women-only coworking spaces popping up across the […]

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How You Can Help End Human Trafficking

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The U.S. State Department estimates that 600,000 to 800,000 people are trafficked across international borders every year, with women and girls making up 71% of that number. In honor of National Human Trafficking Awareness Day on January 11, 2019, read on to learn about the human trafficking crisis, organizations working to end the practice, and […]

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Lessons from the Be Social Change Virtual Career Summit

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In October of this year, Be Social Change, a New York City-based organization offering resources and programming for social-impact professionals, hosted their four-day Virtual Social Impact Career Summit. Featuring a variety of voices from across sectors, CEO Marcos Salazar interviewed 44 professionals (including Alexis Perrotta, editor for Idealist Careers), on challenges and opportunities in the […]

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