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Launching the BAIL Blog!

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Since BAIL was launched in March 2013, we have grown to more than 1,700 members, posted thousands of jobs, thrown some fantastic happy hours and hosted more focused events on topics from impact investing to transparency & accountability.

Hopefully through all of this we’ve helped you, the internationally-minded in the Bay Area, feel more engaged and connected with the dynamic international development sector here.

Taking this to the next level, and building our conversations with many BAIL members, we’re excited to announce the launch of the BAIL blog!

This blog will feature topics that touch on the impact that individuals and organizations based in the Bay Area are having on international affairs writ large — everything from human rights and climate change to technology, trade, impact investing and global economic development. All posts must include some sort of link back to the Bay Area.

Our goal is to feature weekly posts written by the BAIL community, providing a platform for sharing why the Bay Area is, and should be, a hub for international development and dialogue. Stay tuned for the first post tomorrow.

If you’d like to write a post please email your proposed topic or draft to Prairie.

We’d also love to hear what you’d like covered, feel free to add your ideas in the comments or shoot us an email with your suggestions.

Work globally, chat locally!

Brenna, Michael and Prairie

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One Comment Post a comment
  1. Wonderful idea! Looking forward to reading the blog 🙂

    June 23, 2014

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