Larry Kotlikoff, who ran for President of the United States in 2012, is now running again as a write-in candidate for this year’s election. His political positions were profiled in Money magazine in May. Full details on his platforms can be found on his website: kotlikoff2016.com. Read the full feature article here: http://time.com/money/4340809/larry-kotlikoff-economist-social-security-president/.
David Baiada was featured in the Philadelphia Business Journal‘s May 13 edition on its “40 under 40” feature – 40 business leaders under the age of 40 who are living the dream. Read the full story here: http://www.bizjournals.com/philadelphia/news/2016/03/25/philadelphia-business-journal-announces-the-40.html.
Rosie Reilly is a volunteer at Roughwood Seed Collection, a nonprofit heirloom seed farm in Devon, PA. Her passion for the economic and nutritional benefits of eating locally motivates her to find time to help care for the thousands of rare seeds at the Roughwood garden. “Roughwood is a seed collection of over 4,000 varieties of heirloom kitchen plants that has been cultivated by William Weaver. What William and his garden manager, Owen Taylor, are doing is growing these rare seeds to provide the larger community with species of plants and food that have been wiped out from GMOs (genetically modified organisms) and pressures of commercial farming,” said Rosie. As a volunteer, Rosie helps with the intensive labor that is needed to maintain the collection. To read more about volunteering or donating to the Roughwood Seed Collection, visit http://www.roughwoodseeds.org.