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From the Archive




From the Archive

Steven Wells

For this post, I decided to reach into my archive of past writings. As a board trustee of the Microsoft Alumni Network, I've previously written articles about two amazing alumni who have started non-profits with inspiring results. The first is Literacy Bridge, which helps fight illiteracy and improve health outcomes around the world. The second is Pongo Teen Writing, which teaches poetry to help troubled youth who have been incarcerated. I hope the creative and remarkable work of these two individuals will inspire you as much as they have me.

Cliff Schmidt and Literacy Bridge - Full article here

Most mornings at 5:30, when he’s not travelling to Africa, you’ll find Microsoft alumnus Cliff Schmidt working in the Seattle office of Literacy Bridge, the nonprofit organization he founded 10 years ago. By 8 a.m., he’s back home and walking his daughter to the bus stop for her trip to kindergarten.

Richard Gold and Pongo Teen Writing - Full article here

It was San Francisco in 1976. Microsoft alum Richard Gold was pursuing a Master’s degree in Fine Arts. The summer of love would soon give way to news of Patricia Hearst, Harvey Milk and Mayor George Moscone. At least the Grateful Dead had resumed touring. But current events didn’t ignite Richard’s passion, volunteer work at a clinic with special-needs kids did.