vesna jaksic lowe

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2018 13/Mar

I recently had the opportunity to serve as a mentor at Women’s Foreign Policy Group’s annual mentoring event at New York University. This was my fourth time serving as a mentor and it was great to connect with so many young women looking to get into foreign policy, international relations, communications and advocacy. More than […]

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2018 16/Jan

I loved interviewing social entrepreneurs for this story for Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy. They are all great examples of combining business with social good.

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2017 19/Nov

I wrote a feature story about millennials and philanthropy for Carnegie Reporter, the print publication of Carnegie Corporation of New York. The piece discusses how this tech-savvy generation is influencing the philanthropic field. The online version includes links to some great giving tools, such as Goodworld, which lets you donate using a hashtag. Check it out, […]

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2017 14/Nov

Thank you so much to The New School for doing this Q&A with me as part of the graduate school in International Affairs’ alumni spotlights. I loved my time there, and appreciate the values the institution stands for. 

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2017 7/Nov

Fifty years ago today, President Johnson signed into law the landmark Public Broadcasting Act, which later led to the creation of PBS and NPR. Here is a story around the anniversary I wrote for the website of the Carnegie Corporation of New York, which established a commission half a century ago that led to the […]

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2017 24/Oct

As the one-year anniversary of the presidential election approaches, this article I published in the New York Daily News about the First Lady remains very relevant today.

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