Thursday, May 6, 2010

Profiling Modern Activism: Apolis + Rod Arnold of charity: water.

Back in March, I teamed up with my buddy Shea Parton from Apolis Activism and a small team to produce a few profiles on modern activism in action. The first was Michael Daube of Citta International. The second, and just up on the Apolis website, focuses on Rod Arnold, Chief Operating Officer at charity:water whose prime objective is bringing safe drinking water to developing nations. From the Apolis site, "At Apolis, we recognize that authentic results come from daily partnerships. Each season, we feature a modern activist whose work represents our vision to empower people and communities. This spring, we acknowledge Rod Arnold at charity: water for partnering with us to create the Restore Haiti Initiative and this is the story of how it all began."
It was an honor to be apart of Apolis's continuing recognition of good people doing good things. Scroll down for the profile video and click HERE to have a look at the day in the life of a modern activist.

APOLIS ACTIVISM PROFILES: ROD ARNOLD from Dave Christenson on Vimeo.

1 comment:

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