Mother’s Day 2016 in: 242 DAY 08 HR 02 MIN 32 SEC
WEEK OF AUG 13 Milestones
Kathleen Chromicz
1 Plan and launch a collaborative Computer Coding Club 2 Start creating the Villages Innovate website 3 Write + disseminate a media release about the Computer Coding Club 4 Write + disseminate a media release about the collaboration with Adjacent To One
Villages Innovate

A Light in a Dark Tunnel...

By Kathleen Chromicz

It is a joy that cannot be hidden as all can see the happy faces of the Childrens� Garden Star-Tech group as we undertake our weekly computer lesson at the International School of Kenya, Nairobi.... Read More
Hey... We Are Programming Already!
4/24/2015 at 10:53 AM
The excitement from Children�s Garden students in Nairobi, Kenya, spread as they succeeded in creating a maze game with Scratch from MIT. The beauty is the surprise that they express in their own abilities to create interactive content on the computer. Our journey into Computational Thinking gets deeper! ... Read More
Technology Club Launches!    |   2/26/2015 at 12:00 AM
Innovation is open to all. Using technology as a tool to innovate, including building new ways to learn and to invent as entrepreneurs was a wish expressed by Oliver, a student at Children's Garden Home in Nairobi, Kenya. ... Read More
Stimulating Empowerment    |   12/23/2014 at 12:00 AM
If we allow, it happens. A moment of brilliance flashes and infinite possibilities explode into consciousness. Immersed in swirls of vision and potential, sparking deeper insights, I embrace all I can grasp. ... Read More

Meet the Moms

& Their Projects
Kathleen Chromicz

Villages Innovate Kathleen is a teacher committed to Service Learning concerning global issues. She is a mother to two grown men who she regularly video conferences with just so they can keep up with her.

Adjacent To One

Digital Commuter Strategy Our big idea is to use digital technology to improve and streamline the end-to-end experience of New York City's public transportation system. We're on the hunt for a mom who is as passionate as we are about innovation in public transportation. 

Past Moms

Science Matters, Ameeta Mukherjee

Ameeta is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, and worked as an engineer and scientist in Silicon Valley for over 15 years. She lives in California with her husband and two young boys.