• The Inukshuk Blog
    A blog of updates and inspiration from Imago Dei Fund.

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Holiday Wishes from IDF

Emily Nielsen Jones and Ross Jones | December 13, 2021
December 13, 2021|

Dear partners and friends, holiday greetings from all of us at IDF! We hope this finds you healthy and safe as we turn the page on another year still in the grip of a global Read More

Sustaining Leaders to Make the Impossible, Possible

Britt Yamamoto | November 15, 2021
November 15, 2021|

I am continually inspired by the work of our grantee partners and the impact they achieve in the world. These partners are diverse and work on a range of issues and in a range of Read More

A Warmi in STEM

Leticia Tituana | October 18, 2021
October 18, 2021|

In July 2021, IDF grantee partner Girl Rising launched the Future Rising Fellowship program. The project seeks to support young activists working at the intersection of environmental justice and gender equity. This is the story Read More

Pain and Privilege of Leadership: Reflections of A Global South Change Make...

Marie-Rose Romain Murphy | September 14, 2021
September 14, 2021|

I once read an article about MacArthur Fellows that highlighted their transnational and cross-sectoral life experiences. It affirmed my belief that our world’s increasingly complex problems are often solved by leaders who can transcend geographical Read More

What About Asking the Girls?

Margaret Butler and Anika Dorothy Jenne (AMPLIFY Girls) | June 14, 2021
June 14, 2021|

Photo courtesy of Komera It's been well over a year since COVID-19 emerged as a global pandemic and yet it will be some time before we grasp the full impact of the pandemic on girls’ Read More

Funding the Power of Women and Girls of Color

Lisa R. Jackson | May 19, 2021
May 19, 2021|

In honor of Mother’s Day that we recently celebrated here in the USA, I want to reflect on the power of women and girls of color. At the Imago Dei Fund we care deeply about Read More

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