Echoing Green defines work as the overlap between how you self-identify and how you spend your time. How would you describe your “work”?
As the co-founder and executive director of Man Up, I worked with dynamic colleagues to mobilize Man Up’s 200 youth ambassadors in 50 countries to identify and realize innovative approaches to stopping violence against women and girls in their communities. Every community is different, so every project is different. For instance, a team of three ambassadors in Paraguay has developed a graphic novel and accompanying curriculum on domestic- and dating-violence, which, thanks to funding from the Paraguay and Spanish governments, is now being used in every school in Paraguay.