Our Team

 

ALEXANDRIA NOEL BUTLER
Founder
Monday Memo Columnist

i-TG4kpLV-LAlexandria Noel Butler, affectionately known as Lexi B, is St. Louis, Missouri raised and San Francisco Bay Area remixed.  After graduating from Stanford University in 2011, she began working in the Silicon Valley.  While working, Lexi B developed a passion for the young professional experience and developed a new college grad program for her engineering department.   To receive daily updates about Lexi’s adventures, follow her on twitter and instagram.
Photo: Kanoa Utler, Make-Up: Elba Navarro

 

 

 

KAI LARSON
Change Editor & Writer

Kai LARSON 2After completing a BA in Social and Cultural Psychology from Stanford University, Kai moved to Paris, France and earned a bilingual, dual-school MA in International Affairs, Conflict Resolution and Civil Society Development from the American University of Paris and La Sorbonne Paris I – Panthéon. She is currently the Development Operations Coordinator for Europe, MENA, & East Asia for Human Rights Watch. At the core of all of Kai‘s academic and professional choices is her fascination with humanity and how people communicate and cooperate to make the world a better place. 

 

 

 

 

MEGAN OGAR
Your Truth Columnist

photo (8)Originally from St. Louis, Megan is a Midwestern girl at heart with a love for good burgers, good beer and friendly people. A self described tumbleweed, she loves to experience new places whenever possible. She earned a degree in magazine journalism before completing her Master of Public Affairs at the University of Missouri.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CASEY WESTON
(Partly) Professional Passport Columnist – Travel

Casey Weston

 

Casey currently resides in Marseille, France. Although he constantly gets distracted by sunsets over the Mediterranean, he is ostensibly in France to foster improvements in international migration policy. His passion for migration stems from the belief that mobility offers people the opportunity to challenge perspectives–both their own and others’–and to bring the world’s disparate communities just a little bit closer together.