Author Archives: Usha Devi Venkatachalam

Redesigned Website Launches…The Dust (Almost) Settles…

As we continue to work on perfecting the site, we pause for a moment, throw our caps in the air, toast ourselves, and celebrate the launch of our new site. Continue reading

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How Many Women CEOs Are There in Fortune 1000 Companies?

Take a guess at the number and post it as a comment. Continue reading

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Pardon the Dust, We Are Reorganizing…

We have been reorganizing our office and getting a few long overdue upgrades to the network infrastructure. Continue reading

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Charting the Rise and Fall of PlayPump

Story of how a seemingly good concept, new technology, good intentions, and plenty of financial support could not provide clean drinking water to rural communities in Africa. Continue reading

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Urgent Evoke: Online Learning as an Adventure Game

While the game itself may have been successful, the content and message buried in the game leaves so much to be desired. Continue reading

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To Fast Company. With Love, Respect, and Disappointment.

Cultural and social norms of what is acceptable and cool are set by small actions such as these… Continue reading

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