This past year has certainly brought us some unique challenges, but it’s also introduced us to some wonderful new members who have quickly become big parts of our community here at Nebula. Take some time to get to know one of them on the blog today!
Nebula members The Education Equity Center of St. Louis recently kicked off their 2021 Anti-Racist Educators for Systems Change fellowship program + we wanted to highlight the 10 fellows chosen to participate in the program as well as the amazing team at Education Equity Center!
David Gorden, writer, artist, and founder of 4Sight Studio and Publishing “Kwame Hightower is the main character of my graphic novel series. In the first book, he’s just a 12-year-old kid from St. Louis living in London, England, and he hates it there. We make it even worse for
Karl Stiefvater and Lisa Donahue, co-founders Snow Day Karl: “I’ve always been a programmer, but I’ve been sort of envious of artists because they make beautiful things. So, I pretend to be an artist and maybe sometimes I cross that line with my work. I always create some sort
Roy Jefferson, Founder of My 180 Youth Program, Inc. “One thing that sets My 180 and other youth programs apart is that we do respond. A lot of individuals say, ‘Hey, I’m looking for some services. I make phone calls and I never get a response. I send emails
Sarah Swatosh, Partner at Sedey Harper Westhoff PC and Owner at Law Office of Sarah N. Swatosh What’s something you wish you would have known when you were younger that you know now? “I would have come out as gay sooner. I wish I would have had the courage and foresight to
Humans of St. Louis generously let Nebula take over their Instagram + Facebook accounts recently to share the stories of a few of our amazing members. We’re so excited to be able to tell the stories of just a few of the incredible people that call Nebula home.
German A. Gonzalez-Herrera, Gonzalez Herrera Law Firm, LLC “One of my first clients was gay, and he was seeking asylum. He had been speaking with me and other immigration attorneys for months, but he was not saying he was persecuted for being gay. He was telling another story that
Cbabi Bayoc, Visual Artist and Illustrator “I created a mural at Fairway Elementary in the Rockwood School District. It was in a space that was going to become the multicultural reading room. So I used a storybook theme and the idea was to remake some characters so all the kids
Zach Dyer, Senior Producer with Just Human Productions. “I was at the University of Texas at Austin doing Latin American studies. I thought I wanted to be an anthropologist or sociologist or something like that. But I got to school and was like, ‘Oh, I don’t think I can