10 Questions for Kayla, Millennial

Name: Kayla Brown Age: 23 Location: Boston, MA 1. What book has most impacted who you are today? My favorite story growing up, hands down, was Hansel and Gretel.  Withstanding any and all conclusions concerning my questionable character that may have been drawn from this confession, I maintain that you can’t beat candy and cannibalism […]

The Interview: Tom O’Keefe, A Millennial Teacher

Tom O’Keefe graduated from Villanova University with a major in Communication and a minor in Business. As a member of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, Tom teaches a weekly writing class for high school sophomores, helps with junior college counseling and tutors algebra. He shares his thoughts on the role of technology in the classroom, his […]

The Interview: Alex Cattoni “Personal development junkie. Marketing diva. Thrill-seeker.”

Much has been thought, written and said about the ideal Gen Y lifestyle on this blog. Most of us dream it but Alex Cattoni is among the lucky few that lives it. She’s “living the dream” as a Senior Marketer in MindValley (an awesome company featured in TNGG’s Work Posts). Two years ago, she packed […]

The Interview: Elliott Bisnow and Brett Leve, Summit Series Entrepreneurs

Described as “a mutual aid society for young entrepreneurs,” Summit Series brings together young entrepreneurs, innovators, and influencers with the aim of effecting positive social change. Its young and inspiring founders, Elliott Bisnow and Brett Leve, ages twenty-four and twenty-five, answer the questions of the also young and inspiring TNGG staff. How does someone so […]

Interview with Jason Stewart: Volunteer of our Generation

Jason Stewart is a college senior and current president of Circle K International (CKI). It is the world’s largest collegiate service organization with more than 12,000 members in 17 nations. Each year Circle K members perform more than 1 million hours of service on their campuses and in their communities every year. As the international […]

The Interview: Lucy Setian, environmental blogger

Lucy Setian just won the overall impact award on TH!NK ABOUT IT: Climate Change, a 3 month blogging competition with a focus on the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen (COP15) in December 2009 and organized by the European Journalism Centre. She blogs on everything green from eco-sex to Bulgarian green initiatives to interactive plant fights. […]

The Interview: Marnie Florin, Peace Corps Volunteer in The Gambia

Marnie Florin is one of the thousands Millennials involved with volunteering programs abroad. She graduated from Emory University with a degree in history and now she is a Peace Corps Volunteer in The Gambia, West Africa. We enjoyed the power of Internet to ask Marnie several questions about her volunteering experience, cultural differences and how […]

The Interview: Heather Huhman, Gen Y Expert & Founder of Come Recommended

Full disclosure: I work with Heather as the external relations director of GoodieRecruit. Heather Huhman is your typical over-achieving, type A, never sleeps, always connected, fully loaded, energizer bunny. At twenty-seven years old she still falls into the category of Gen Y, but her resume reads more like someone twenty years her senior. Huhman is already […]