SA+P Alumni in the Media: Week of June 26, 2017

In Lebanon, DUSP alumna Zeina Saab's NGO helps young people develop their talent

Congratulations to Zeina Saab MCP '09, recently interview in Le Figaro about "The Nawaya Project," her new organization whose mission is to reveal the talents of marginalized young Lebanese so that they can integrate the world of work. Read the article in Le Figaro (in French) or see this English translation via Google Translate

In a world of squares, Jonathan Borrow makes the case for triangles

FastCo Design profiles MIT Media Lab alumnus Jonathan Bobrow SM '16 who has created paper building blocks based on equilateral triangles that enable kids and adults alike to build intricately woven, organic-looking structures. The "troxes" are the first project from his startup, Move38.

New website connects refugee aid workers and people who want to donate

DUSP alumna Natasha Friedus MCP '01 is the CEO of NeedsList, a new enterprise for helping refugees in Europe and the U.S. The website allows vetted refugees aid organizations to post pressing needs, which visitors to the site can help address. Read more at Generocity.