A Braid mentor has written a beautiful new children’s book to help explain the emotions of foster care.
In the midst of tragedy, the work of Braid provides a spark of hope.
Creating a connection can be slow and steady work, but also the most rewarding.
True insights often require a change in perspective.
Learning to be more present in the “distracted age.”
Toxic conditions of California’s worst wildfire are a reminder of the effects of trauma on the youth we care for.
Team facilitators work hard on the sidelines to set our mentor teams up for success.
A good mentor helps a young person read the map of their own potential.
In a startup, as in life, every year is an opportunity to reflect on where we’ve come from and recalibrate what we hope for.